Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: March 3, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
notis - AKR0021
lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00009
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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ei at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles Men's Alpine and Stiff Hats, In nil still giving a big cut on ladles Oxford i

, Titusville.The and Sundries in the State. Write him colors, new and nobby shapes, at mod Ties. Get their prices before purchas- *
WitEiiK to See list of hotels
General stop. on
d Topics of for prices on new 1)0) models. erate prices. i lag
fit our 7th and 8th pages
ADVOCATE office has been Inun- THE EAGLR'CI.oT111NO: STonE.
and General 1etr GOlilp In connection dated with callers ,this week. -Quite a large crowd of tourists are The ADVOCATE Is now' on file at all
-East Coast items for the ADVOCATE the best hotels In Now York city.
th Biscayne Bay Lake Worth Indian -Attorney Geo. M. Robbins paid mould arrive at this office not later than -Mr. P. A. McMillan, of Banyan, wasa In town to-day.

nana and Halifax Rivers Key Went Jacksonville a visit the first of the week. Wednesdays, to insure Insertion.Mr. caller at this office on Tuesday. -Capt. E. E. Vail, of Sham: arrived Airs. M. Vance, tho popular proprleI i
other Important Points along thewt tress of Hotel Coquina Ormond Is meetIng -
d all hero jcsterday.Mr. I ,
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of -Mr. P. A. McMillan, of Banyan, has' J. O. Walton left hero, Wednesday Sheriff Jos. P. Brown Is continuallyon with considerable success at her

lertitlng Events from Various Parta been in town a day or so this week. I on a trip to St. Augustine, Jacksonville .the move, looking after evil doers. I T. G. Ronald, of Lotus, paid usa hotel this season; and! for some time i

sat. the World; About People You Knowd -Mrs. Griscom and daughters, and Savannah and Washington, D. C. -Mr. C. F. Fairbanks, of Chicago, has pleasant yesterday. past this cozy house has been well filled. t

wit, People Ton Don't Know-Picked Mr. and Mrs. Wister and daughter, of -Mr. Otis Cureton, the popular young been commissioned Commissioner of Several articles aro crowded! out of

out by Our Society Editor and a large staff Philadelphia, left Miami for an excur- express messenger running between Ti- Deeds for Florida by Governor Bloxham. this. Issue for want of space. management Hotel Plaza of, Mr.Rockledpo S. H.: Peck under, has the

I I* Correspondent scattered along theAt sion to Havana this week. .usville\ and Tavaies, was succeeded yes President Quintan, of the Morgan Messrs. Harry Sargcant and M. O. been having a splendid run of tourists

I Coast of Florida. -Mr. J. B. McKeown, of Chagrin: terday by Mr. Sanders.Mr. Iron Works repeats his usual winter excursion Markham, of Jacksonville, spent from this week. Ills house Is well spoken of,

elo! Falls, 0., who is spending the winter at James Paine, of St. Lucie, Is to Florida this month, and makesa Saturnay until Monday In town, on a and many of his. Hotel Aillngton guests >
rtres THE ADVOCATE, New Smyrna, has made some big recordsin spending a. few days in town with his I visit to the Royal Palm, at Miami. visit to lends.i have paid Hotel Plaza visit this winter. i

$1.50 per annum, In advance. bird killing and fishing this season. sister and nephews, and gave our office a Judge M. S. Jones and Judge I). L. -Mr. Chas. A. Merritt, manager of
Asa S. Loom clerk the
t. Mr. room at
six months, .
$1.00 countries. -Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives and little pleasant call on Wednesday.Sir Gaulden left here Monday for Jackson the F. E. C. Bullet Service, St. Augustine Alcazar, St.: Augustine, will next sum t
to foreign
$2.00 per an. daughter, of Philadelphia, left here, Gilbert Carter and Miss Carter, vllle. Judge Jones will also go to KIs- was In town short while :yoster- mer have similar position at tho Orient

f- Reading notice ads. are ten cents Friday last, for Rockledge, where they of Nassau, have been spending a coupleof simmee to open the spring term of court lay, and gave us a pleasant call. al Hotel, Manhattan Beach, Coney Island

line on this page. went on a visit to Ex-Senator G. S. days In St. Augustine this week, as next Monday. : -Miss Anna Eagan, of Jacksonville, Mr. Loomis has spent his summers In m

Capt. R. A. Ilardee, of Sebastian, Hardee. the guests of Mr. H. M. Flagler.Mr. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold I..s In town as the guest of Miss Jackie recent yours at the Grand Hotel, Mackl-

e up to town on Monday. -We acknowledge receipt of some Melville Day, of New York, now divine service at All Saints church, Rice, of this place. This Is Miss Eagan's nao Island, Mich., where ho will fro much

Oranges and grapefruit have been orange blossoms from the orange groveof at the Royal Poinciana, elicits many Waveland-Jensen on Sunday morningnext first visit to Tttusvllle with which she missed by a largo circle of friends..
Mr. T. : of Ankona whose remarks his erect at 11 o'clock; Eden at 7:30: p. m.; II much please!
peed from Ankona in large quantities McCarty, complimentary by posItion It has been rumored that Mr. Loon !! ,-
trees were uninjured by the late cold and fino riding on his bicycle.Mr. Fort Pierce, Monday evening at 7:30,
late. o'clock. I -Mrs. Allen A. Alnslie, of Now York, Cllloy, who Is this winter manager of the
Mrs. J. D. Crabb and family return- weather. G. Loutrel Lucas, who'lIome who has been spending) the winter at Hotel Hibiscus, Palm Bench, will not return *

town Monday, after a couple of -Capt. Charles Hall, of New York, time ago was editor and publisher of one General Daniel Butterfield and wife, tockledge with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. to tho Maplowood Cottage; Uethle-
ys' visit to Cocoa. who is spending the season at the Inn, of the brightest; monthly magazines In (if Fifth Avenue, New York, who have II. J. Smith, will soon return home. hem, N. II, next summer, and that he
and Palm Beach, is notonly an expert angler, thtUnited States-Outdoors and Inn- been enjoying the hospitalities ,of the Mrs. Alnslle's husband was recently one hAS leaned tho Aaniiam House, Holder.
Cot. W. S. Proskey, Indian Manager River but a crack bicyclist. Since he has been Is now at Eden, looking after his pineapple .loyal Palm, Miami, for some time past, of the managers of Hotel Majestic, New noun, N. H. and will upon i Il In Juno. Mr.
I Proskey, of tbe Hotel at Palm Beach he has ridden over 1,000 plantation.Read left there on Monday for their palatial Cllley Informs the ADVOCATE that thereIs
5 kledge, paid Titusville a visit yester- miles on his bicycle.Mr. home In Gotham, where the ADVOCATE York.Dr. no truth In tho statement.
y. "Washington's Birthday;" "A follows F. H. Hough'on has had a now

who Roe, who came up with Presi Few Words from Havana;" "Treatment mast, gaff and lug ball fitted up on his Hotel Itoyal Poinclana Palm Beach,
-Mr. W. T. Avera, of this place, dent Fowler on his special excursion of the Hair;" "A Special Road Law for -Mr. W. T. Ashton, Miss Walford louse-boat Dontos,so that she can sail looks quito liixuilous anli bright, with
his sailboat
been down the river in from Miami to Palm Beach, brought his Jrevard County;" "Mr. Flagler; and and Miss Wright, of Cheshire, England, before the wind without the aid of his Its groat rotunda covered with beautiful
r about a month, returned on : bathing suit fora swim, and created a Nassau," district news and other articles were In town from Monday until Tiled- naphtha launch. Capt. Peter Nelson, of green carpet, and growing palms
inday. day. They Informed us they take; a trip this has made a neat job of It. la
sensation by his fine swimming and diving on our inside pages. place, Interspersed throughout. The Casino
Capt. A. J. Canova is kept quite and his splendid. licure.Mr4 ,' somewhere every winter, and this time The Dentos will soon leave for Lake beautifully decorated with evergreens,
" the <> -Mr. Orville Hall representingWatts' they had been to Cuba and various place",
at Palm Beach, looking after Worth. varl-co'ored Incandescent electrlo
isy and A. 0. of Cin- Official Railway Guide Atlanta, palms,
Mrs. Russell In Florida. Before returning home they
connected with Hotel Royal which the British
boats Hags etc.
I lamps ,
(any among
d cinnati to whom referred in last la. caller at this office yesterday.
and Australia.
uiociana.Mr. we our was will visit California! Fishing at Palm lloach. and the United States Hags hold the
a issue, passed through here Saturday last, lie had just returned from a trip down -
and Mrs. E. C. B. Tyndall and en route to Sebastian, where Mr. Russell the East Coast, and stopped over at the -Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger, of Mr. and Mrs. S. ROMS Campbell, E. N. most prominent position, opposite the
short visit to Titus main entrance whore they gracefully
mlly, of Waveland, visited Titusville inspected his property. On Monday Indian River hotel. acksonvlllo, paid llugglns and C. McCauley. Jr. guests ,
colored In
route to NaRsm: and hang over a shield formed of *
ville Tuesday en
p their sailboat Sunday, on their returnom they left for Palm Beach. at the Palm Beach Inn, enjoyed some
from Pack ton Hall number
Writing us ing Havana., Mrs. Ironmonger expects to last candescent lights. Quite A largo
Luke Worth
Daytona. -Mr. Joseph Mlddleby, jr., a large; England, Mr. George Levettsays: "I enclose spend a week or two here next month, very good fishing hauled on In attended the dance on Saturday night
-Messrs. E. L. Brady and Wm. M. manufacturer, of Boston, Mass., who check for four dollars to cover<<( sub when she will bring her children along to week. The party and 658 poundsof lust, and the dresses worn by many of
rown, of this place, left on Sunday last spends his winters at City Point, came' scription to the ADVOCATE for two years. get a healthful whiff of Indian River's sheepshead on Thursday Friday the ladles were most exquisite. We noticed
and Mrs.
I 3r Miami to look after their interests up to Titusville in his launch on Saturday -,!. Your very breezy pink paper is much breezes. afternoons Mr. Campbell of the en however, that )pink was a prevail
II t that point. last and paid the ADVOCATE officea sought after by my friends in England joy| the reputation of being two Ing and fashionable color. GovernorSir
and wife will "fishermen" In the state.
M. S. Quay skilled
dull." -Senator most those
call.Representative. when they are feeling Gilbert Carter was among on
I t -Mr. Chas. Davies, general agent ofie pleasant soon arrive at their winter home at St. They are well-known In St. Augustine the floor enjoying a. waltz.
I. R. & B. B. I. N. Co., at this place, Henry L. Parker, -Col. William Barbonr, of New York, Lucie. At present Mrs. L. M. Davidsonand and Rocktedtrn.. where they have many ,

.r t>ok a trip to Palm Beach on Saturday, accompanied by Circuit Judge M. S. accompanied by his friends, Mr. John Miss Cora Quay, Senator and Mrs. Friends: who will be pleased to learn of Andrew Robertson, proprietor of the

turning on Tuesday.Mrs. Jones, were pleasant callers at this officea sprague, of New York; and Mr. J. W.' Quay's daughters, of Washington,. DC., their big fish catch on Lake Worth.A St. Andrew hotel Hroadway and Seven

Wm. L. Mitchell and daughter, few days ago. Mr. Parker had been Smyth, of Newark, N. J., have been on and Miss Pride Quay and Miss CatherIne ty- cound street, has started on a tour

iss Nettle Mitchell of New York haveen spending a few days in town as the a visit of several days to l\lrs'T. E. Bar- Quay, of Pittsburg, Pa., are at pres Broken Arm Caused icy a Cow. around the world, leaving the hotel _In_
week ,or sot guest of the judge, and returned homeon bour, Walden cottage, her beautiful ent sojourning at this elegant home on ,-- charge of the manager, AI r. Charles .
spending an enjoyable
hotel Plaza Rockledge. I Sunday. home at Eau: Gallic They expressed Indian River. On Sunday afternoon last just northof Davis, formerly assistant-manager of
themselves delighted with this pretty Hotel Royal Polnciana, Palm Beach, lintel Poinrlana Palm Beach. Mr.
subscriber who wants to buy a -Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Mitclennan of Royal ,
-Attorney A. J, Lewis, after a pleas- -Any meals and berth included spot on Indian River, and we have no still at Mrs. Herbert B. Turner, wife of n. lead Robertson will visit Egypt, India, Austialla -
nt..vlslt of a week or so with his daugh-; round-tilp ticket, would do doubt but Mrs Harbour's son and friends. Cleveland, 0., are sojourning Beach ing New York railroad lawyer, who Is Japan, China and all the European
er, Mrs. F. B. Everett, at West Palm well to, write over the the Clyde editor Line of the, ADVO- will again visit Eau Gallic next winter.Mr. Hotel where Royal they Poinciana have many, friends. Mr., very prominent In philanthropic work In 'countries., returning to thlA country Into

each, returned home on Monday. CATE. Titusville, Fla., for pi'Ice. We al- Cyrus Curtis, of the Curtis Publishing Maclennan built part of the East Coast Englewood, was frightened by a cow, In October When ho reaches San Francisco
and In her rush to out of its she he will be met by
and get way on his return,
the Mallory Co. Philadelphia owners ,
-President Fowler, with his charming so have a round-trip ticket over Hallway, and Informed an ADVOCATE
ife and children, made a special excur- Line, between Brunswick and New publishers of the Ladies' Home Journal, representative that hn has felt quite an Fell and broke her arm near the shoulder. his mother and aunt, who will accompany

on in his private car from Miami to the York, for sale. has been enjoying a couple of weeks at Interest In the East Coast ever since he An ADVOCATE reporter was quickly of the Injury on him on a trip through the Yellow

''oinciana, at Palm Beach, for the day llQtel Royal Polncana, Palm Beach, was on Indian River. He is a. very enthusiastic the spot to learn particulars stone l'ark.Hotelltoyal.
-Rev. J. T. Huntington, of Hartford, which he Is much delighted. He ; and Dr. Frecmont Smith: who attended
luncheon with and Is.hard to
jnd on Monday.We golf player, Palm Beach
Conn., and his son, Dr. Uarwood HuntIngton iM accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. John the above lady after her unfortunate Poinciana, ,
understand that the Rev. W. C. of New York, who have been Gubbet and Miss M. Wilson, of the same beat. accident, said that nothing: serious is In Its glory, and has been full to overflowing *

limes for the past five years rector of spending some time at St. Augustine, city. The Home Journal Is a credit to -Mrs. L. C. Schuyler, of Brooklyn, N. was expected to result from the brokenarm ( with tourists for some weeks

oly Trinity church, Melbourne, has re Daytona, and at their place at Lyratta, Mr. Curtis, and it is always welcome Y., who formerly owned the famous and that she would soon be all past There were about 800 In the hotel
gned. If this is true, it will be much arrived in town last Friday, and started visitor to the ADVOCATE office. Dummlt orange grove, says: "The ADVOCATE right Rnd ready to. return north. Blcy last. The able and courteous
t'gretted by his numerous friends along next day accompanied by the ADVOCATE followed me faithfully in all my clew and vows should not be allowed on manager, Mr. Fred Slurry, Is always on
lie East Coast. editor, for the Royal Poluclana hotel, Lieut, and Mrs. Hugh L. Wlllough- ravels through Europe, and brought I that lake front walk, as they aro danger hand, ready to greet his guests with a
Palm Beach. by and Miss Wllloughby, of Newport, me much news of the country ([Indian. ous to pedestrians who take a promt hearty handshake l and extend to them a
-Mr. J. B. Terry and daughter, of It. I., after spending some time on Biscayne River) which I am so fond of. I hope. nude along It, cordial welcome, In which ho Is ably sec
outhold, N. Y., arrived here on Satur- -Dr. Freemont Smith, formerly house 'Bay, left for Hotel Royal Polnci good health and prosperity will follow I ondod by his chief clerk, the genial andwellknown
ay, to spend a few days. Mr. Terryisits physician of Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine ana last week, where they have been so- as the newsy pink paper followed Mr. Fred C. King, for some
you OF COL.
Titusville every winter, and has a but now of Hotel Royal Poinciana, journing ever since. The Lieutenant is me." Mrs. Schuyler has many friends DEATH years chief clerk at thou Grand Union
irge circle of friends along Indian River. Palm Beach, is much pleased with his the author of a book entitled "Acrossthe on Indian River who will again bo gladto hotel, Saratoga, N. Y. Mr. Sterry makes
"e acknowledge a pleasant call. new residence, built for him. by. Mr. !!. Everglades," to which we referredin see her here.Mr. The many friends of Col. Aaron A, an ideal host;; and his courteous and obliging
-Dade sheriff R. I. M. Flagler. He is kept quite busy attending former issues of the ADVOOATK. It I.a Is Degrauw, of :Jamacla, N. Y., will bo i' start makes the guests of tho Royal
county's popular lastriday's to the little ailments which interesting work, and faithfully and Mrs. If..1. Smith and son, pained to know that he died in 8t./ Polnciana feel as If they were at "a home
billlngworth, was a passenger West on Palm many of the hotel guests are subject to. portrays what the author saw on his trip of Rockledge, came up to town In their Augustine Loot Thursday. Ho had boon from home." The office staff Is as follows
train to
en route must miss this genial launch on Wednesday, and gave our spending the winter at his FloildaMiome clerk
each from Jacksonville and St. Augus- St. Augustine across the Everglades In the winter of : Mr. Fred! C. King, chief ,
'tie, where he had been spending a few physician. 1890-07, when an ADVOCATE representative ,. office a pleasant call. Mrs. Smith says at El: Dora, In Volusla county. He had who will occupy a slralllar position at
met him at Cocoanut Grove she has the finest orange grove In Rock been suffering$ with kidney trouble, but the United States hotel tho coming sum
ays. For Sale, 1..1,11. as the late cold weather did notInjure his friends did!not Suppose his case was mer; Frank E. Allen, assistant room
'E ARE SELLING A VICI KID MEN'S Among the pleasant callers at our i It In the; ; least The trees look so, serious. The Colonel was widely clerk; Mr. Lester H. Gale, front clerk,
hand-sewed shoe In tan and black col- office last Friday morning were Messrs. healthy and green, and all the leaven are known In the United Status, and had a who will go to Llthla Springs, Ga., next
ore at 3.00: a great wearer. A good Kentucky mare; also light Fred Aldridae and C. Washington Colyer, on as ....ellnK blossoms. On their trip to host of f lends.. lie had been a winter summer; Mr. WS. Conover, night clerk,
THE EAGLE CLOTHINO STORE. load wagon and h.unesH-IlIlDdsome two ADVOCATE': subscribers from Dr'ink Tltusvlllo Mr. and Mrs. Umlth were accompanied visitor to Floilda for over ton years, and will return to New York after the sea

turnout at a bargain. lyn, N. Y., and MCSHIS. Fred Aldrldge, by Colonel B. A. Lee and Ad- was universally admired and respected. son Is over; Mr. J. M. Hempstead, mall

Steamer For Sale. POWELL, Jr. and S. Cox, of the same city, who jutant W. R. Bennett, of Elizabeth, N. Deceased was remarkable for his Integrity clerk, will go to Deer Park, Md.; Mr.
\, Cocoa, Fla. had been on a lengthened cruise in the J., who were en route to Tampa.! business seeaclty, and executive G. Hopkins, cashier, formerly of the
sloop-yacht Brooklyn-hunting and fish- ability, and bail a fortune such as very Waldorf Astoria will to the Grand!
The light draft stem-wheel steamer, of the Washington Professor Chas. B. Cory and wife go
We report
regret a
'inaveial, built in 1801 by the Merrill- Wanted, Ing. Birthday celebration, at Nevlnt' were met on tbe Incoming train, at few His men lire acquire.was blessed with the love of a Union hotel, Saratoga$ the coming sum
tevens Co. .f Jacksonville. Beach ADVOCATE< mer; also Mr. George Smith,
Rlverview hotel which they brought Palm by an representative cultured and refined wife, who has many
She is 51 feet long and 15-ft. beam, About 1,000 Address Bu'dsand here, arrived too late for our last Issue, on Monday last. They had been acquaintances on the East Coast of FlorIda cashier
nd draws about inches has two stock. with price, Fort Lauderdale on a .
14 far
; graft but: It: will be found on our 3rd page of down as as who will learn with deep regret of
'''sh-pressure condensing engines, 0x21.jer W. L.Valdosta THOMAS Ga., tll .I Issue: ies.rs. Aldridge and Colyer hunting trip and returned with the the loss of her noble husband, and unite The "Advocate"The
boiler and in first- of the chase and a big Seminole
engines were put were prominently Identified with this affair spoils with the ADVOCATE In tendering her -
lass condition by her builders last year. and fired off the remainder of their Indian, who had accompanied them on their warmest sympathies In this hourof INDIAN RIVKII ADVOCATE Is on

'To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard initusvllle. Wanted (firecrackers, Roman candles'eto., while i their expedition Into the Everglades.Prof. grief and sorrow and Irreparable loss. sale at the following news-stands, at fire
Address, lying off the Titusville wharf In the I Cory was the Inaugurator of Canaveral -
ROBBIXS & GRAHAM, Brooklyn which was gaily decorated Club, where he has had many cents per copy :
t. f, Titusville, Fla. A hustler, to sell an article for which affording there with hunting from stem to stern. They seasons of excellent sport. For Sale 1'ltunllle-Jo'retJ I" Screven.S.

good profit, a specialty demand. No returned to Merritt on Friday -Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Naethlng and Jacksonville-Windsor hotel.St. .
and Increasing feet of R. R. Iron weighs
For Sale-Xe\y Furniture, samples is a steady required. Good situation for Mr. W. L. Mitchell, of New York, were VJ'jlb.About to 2,000 the foot. Price 'Jets;per foot Augustine-Hotel Alcazar.

those meaning business THE "MOTHER'S FlU ESD" SHIRTwaist pleasant callers at this office! on Wednesday. duck. Ormond-Hotel Ormond.
At second-hand prices, In any quantl- right party. .Messrs. Naetblng and Mitchell have*. at Courtenay Rockledge Hotel Indian River.
the best and
;lee. need apply. Address, for boys, Is most Call or write, EDWARD STIUXO
"}(MAKCFACTPKiit durable. \V> have them in new It11'land been enjoying a cruise on cozy Cocoa, Fla. New Rockledge hotel.
WM. R. CAMPBELL, Cleveland, O. houle-boat-Hose Marie-hunting and Palm Beach-Royal >olnclana.II .
Bellevue," 6.10 pattern.THE EAGLE CLOTHINO STOB fishing; and on Sunday night Mrs. The Inn.
Melbourne, Fla. Naethlng-who Is a very bright and en Tae Statement for February 18W. Miami-Hotel Royal Palm
Naphtha Launch for 8ale. tertainlng lady-Joined them at Titus Nl\allau-lto'al Victoria hotel.

Macon sing Rooms. Sloop for Sale. ville. They have all gone on another Tax statement for the month of Feb

Twenty-ooe long: Gas Power and trip down Indian River and Mrs. Naethlng ruary.. WM. for the taxes assessed and

When visiting Macon, Ga., do not fail Engine Co's. engine.- In good condition. Sloop Edna, length, 32-ft; beam, 11-ft. says she will probably visit Palm levied f for the year 1608, /Sec. 33, Chap. Empty Fish Barrels for Sale.

o call at Isaac's popular dining rooms, Will sell at a bargain. Head room In cabin. For particulars, Beach ere returning to New York. 4115, Laws of Florida: .-

here you can obtain all the delicacies I Address II. S., address, M. B. Ruitxs, 751.5 Collected Y.t to be Collected! Address, WALTBH A. Moons,

pf the season at very reasonable prices. 1m. ADVOCATE, Titusvllle.Fine Canaveral, Fla. Safe J General fund, 405.17.; $11359.4:1: &: 8 George. St., Charleston, S. C,

School fund, 420.48. 111)57.32;

Kockledge, Indian River, Lunches. Wanted, a Local Agent An orange South Brevard. F.RoaU and fund F. fund, 255.8U.85.30.; 2391.47 7174.3H Tltuavllle Laundry.
lands for
first-class orange
Has and -- I have Polls, 61.00. 1189.00 Mrs. Geo. Cock, of Titusville, I... now
i one of the most attractive steak At shipping point on the Indian grapefruit and lemon culture in town .
of If need a good chop, or any -- to do laundry work of every
you prepared
jest-stocked stores the East Coast southward at reasonable
do not fail River to represent ft first-class. Plttsburi ship 34-48 and
line ,
thing else In the eating Total collected 11223.84 All work guaranteed.
florida. You find everything you full Information.C. .
can Write for
heed there. Fitting out cruising parties when In St. Augustine, to go to the commission house. Box; 240, prices. T. MCCARTY-( Total yet to be collected, $34011.00. Leave your washing at .O. F. Duren'
Cathedral Place Lunch &: Oyster ADVOCATE office.If ,
specialty. Miami, Fla. Ankona, Kla. A. A. STEWART, Clerk corner store, opposite
am. N IUTcnr Propr close to the postoffico. \


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I person interested, the road, shall be ordered repairing and constructing the public MR. t:FLAGLER AND NASSAU. MARY

1 "N Like theMaster's opened by the Board of County roads and bridges In said road district Baas.Wholesat
. ; Commissioners as surveyed. and shall be used for no other' purpose Governor Sir Gilbert Carter, of the .

irll' I Sec. 8. Whenever the survey for any whatever.Sec 17. The fund from the Bahamas, In his recent speech at the Dealers In t
? ; l Eye. new road is made.through or over any Arising
,f land and objection is made, thereto by levy of the special tax shall be expendedas opening of the Bahamas Legislature, PRODUCE. .

;, I You master of owner or owners of such land, the Board herein before provided for the ex. said: "The year 1898 witnessed the satisfactory GROCERIES, FRUIT AND
1Li are your of County Commissioners may proceedto penditure of the general road, tax. l conclusion of the negotiationswith
health and Jo not condemn the itght-of.way for such Sec. 18. The width of all public roads
!1\ if you road, according to the method providedIn shall be fixed by County Commissioners, Mr. Flagler regarding the hotel 131 and 133 East Ray Street and 6 and Newnan Street,

I t attend to duty, the blame is sections 1514 to section 1MH inclusiveof and the contractors of roads shall have scheme. This had been long looked for. sTLL0 .'V'1.11

i-,1; the Revised Statutes of Florida; provided authority to appropriate any wood or ward to, and after many ups and downs, Floricg 4
j easily located. If your blood however, that when any damagesare other material most convenient and adjacent It was Sir
t I delays and disappointments, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE :
: 'I l is out of order Hood's Sarsaparilla passing assessed through by any reason particular of any point survey of : thereto of same, for; Provided the building, that$ no and wanton repairing -- Gilbert Carter's good fortune to superin- Clll[ ,

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.,1' will purify it any property, the Board of County Com or unnecessary trespass shall be committed : tend the consummation of a scheme --
l > missioners snail have authority to order upon the private property.of any which will undoubtedly benefit us financially We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow Pen,I
,; It is the specific remedy for troubles the changed or revoked if the citizen. guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We wash I
/ of the blood, kidrwys, bowels or liver. damages survey so assessed are greater than Sec. 19. That It shall be the duty of -If It do not do so morally, the your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. |

::1 Kidneys My kidneys troubled me, the utility of the said road to the public. the Board of County Commissioners of blame will lie with our own temptable MARX BROTHERS', Jacksonville.
I :1i; and on advice took Hood's Sarsaparilla said have and the scheme completed will, Fla.
which relief better appetite. Sec.: 0.; The County Commissioners county, to keep public people. The as J52T We only Sell to Dealers.
.. 't My Bleep gave Is prompt refrenhlnC.( It curerl my wife shall have power to agree with and make roads posted by erecting mile and signposts $ as Ills Excellency says, 'add an Important -

also." MICHAEL DoYLE, 3473 Denny Street, compensation to the owner of any, land of good and durable material, with factor to its somewhat limited re- ..;::
+ Plttsburjc, Pa.Scrofulous. taken for a public road without condemnation the number of miles from place to place, >
I is Humor-was In terrible proceedings.Sec. and at all cross and branch roads, proper sources'-resources: which are likely to C =:: : AS3 L"'t.7 sc COat
condition from the Itching and burning of 10. The County Commissionersof Instructions as to the tel minus of become still more limited when the
I 1 tt scrofulous humor. drew worse under said County of Brevard shall, at the said roads. They shall have full power great sponge beds of Cuba, and the rich DEALERS IN -
treatment of several doctors. Took Hood's annual meeting in each and and authority to have the public roads
every year
of that island and of Porto Rico, Fine: Wines :
lands :
Saraaparllla and Hood's Pills. These cured Liquorsl
for levying taxes, levy a road tax of and bridges kept in proper ,
'. me thoroughly." J. J. LITTLE, Fulton, N. Y. of the Philippinesare .
and the fibre industry
throe mills on all the real and personal throughout the said county. 417 *: 410 TV. Bay St.,
+ SaJUa property in said county'subject to tax- :8ec.: 20. That whenever the Board of developed by Amerlca capltal."
: f' d rU a'lit ation, which road tax shall be In lieu of County Commissioners are mentioned in JACKSONVILLE, -. FLA,

the tax directed to bo levied under the this act, a majority of said Board are, 1 G
.' ., General Road Law. Said road tax shall hereby authorized to transact any and Prepare for Spring.Don't s a y
"", be assessed and collected as other taxes all business pertaining to this act. overtake be- During. the Coming Year,
let this season you .
}YI Ilood'i Yule cur llrerjllit!: non-!! atlnl( and and thus derived That all laws and of
: are collected, the revenue Sec. 21. parts attended to the important Y 1800,
uathartla'to lake with Hoods 8 reaparlila.i fore
>nljr you
t shall be the laws in conflict with this be and the
r, paid over to county act, duty of purifying your blood with
treasurer and shall be a separate fund to same are hereby repealed.Sec. Hood's Sarsaparilla. By taking: this Will be enjoyed when Beauty

be used for making, working, altering, 22. That this act shall go Into medicine now you may save sickness passes the cheering bumper of
repairing and constructing the public effect I immediately upon Its passage and that will mean time and money as wellas good old Wines, Whiskies and I
roads and bridges In said county, and approval by the governor.A suffering later on. Hood's Sarsa- Brandies
.. paying the compensation of the superin- parilla will give you rich, red blood, or warming Rum punch,
tendent of roads and bridges, and shall and a z when made from our velvety, pure
Narrow Escape. good appetite; good digestion;
be used for no other purpose whatever. sound, healthy body It is the greatest "'' and high grade Lewis 18GG Whis-
Sec. 11. A special tax, not. to exceed Thankful words written by Mrs. Ada apd best spring medicine because it
seven mills, may be levied upon the tax- E. Hart, of Groton, S. D. "Was taken Is the One True Blood Purifier. Its key.'I i11 the bumper fair
''MN able property in any Road District for with a bad cold, which settled on my unequalled record of marvelous cures Every drop we sprinkle
the of providing good roads in set in and terminated O'er the brow or care
f' 1t purposes lungs'cough; finally has won for It the confidence of the Smooths "
14 away a wrinkle.
said district under the following circumstances in consumption. Four: doctors gave whole people.A .
: me up, saying I could live but a short
ERpRIJ Sec. 12. Any committee of two or time.' 1 gave myself up to my Saviour, ::::::::

1f1, CN1RAVEA more persons desiring the levy of such I. determined if I could not stay with my sluggish liver causes drowsiness,
special tax may circulate a petition' to friends on earth, I would meet my absent lethargy and a feeling of apathy. Dr. ll ,41 "TIDPS."
wo be signed only by registered voters re- ones above. My husband was ad- H. A. Simmons Liver Medicine arouses a
siding in and owning land In said district vised to get Dr. King's New Discoveryfor the liver, and cheerful energy succeeds The word tip means different thing

}pst which petition shall be addressedto consumption, coughs and colds. I sluggishness. Fr in different places. In a barber chair
' I', 6 the Board of County Commissioners, gave it a trial took In all eight bottles.It f t or
t A shall state that the signers desire the has cured me, and thank God, I am j,. d restaurant It is "a gratuity" given for

I. cIRGU 1 1 i levying of a special tax for good roads, saved and now a well and healthy wo A snake does not climb a tree by coil- !, a ( extra good service. Another kind of a
and shall designate the number of mills man." Trial bottles free at F. S. 'Chaf- ing around It, but by holding on with tip is a "straight tip." That's a bit of
rr tax, not exceeding seven, that the pe fee's drug store. Regular size 50o and
; : the points of its scales. A snake could friendly and that's what we are
titioners desire shall be levied. $1. Guaranteed or price refunded.
Sec. 13. The petition shall be presented not climb a glass pillar. giving you when we tell you to try onr

IE4C1ogy to the Board of County Commissioners beer. If you are In the business, sell it;
I of value when health is
GOLD Is no,
at a regular meeting of the Board, if are not, drink it. It is made from
in What's of value ? Do until to-morrow'tbe you
BoLDb each danger. more NOT PUT OFF
5TDa and signature to it shall be accom-
panied .by the affidavit of one of! the Pratt's up-to.date tablets will break upa duty that ought to be done to-day. If /o the purest materials, and we guarantee l l1t
1. committee that each and name or cold In one day; and for constipationand your blood is impure and you feel weak it to bo perfectly pure.
mark affixed thereto was every the act and biliousness and all malarial troubles, and weary, take Hood's Sarsaparilla at r ,
I. '1 deed of the* person purporting to sign It has no equal. 'By mail prepaid for 25c.; once. ."11II.e., ,._ II
Medicine Co. Station B Hood's Pills all liver ills. Mailed t
Chicago, cure
the and that there
A SPECIAL ROAD LAW FOR same, was no fraud,
bribery or deception in procuring such 111. Send for sample. for 250 by C. I. Hood & Co., LowellMass. Address> ,

t' BREVARD COUNTY. signatures or marks, which affidavit G..MULLER & CO.,

shall be made only upon the persona Jacksonville
An Act entitled an Act to keep in re- knowledge of the affiant. # Fla.
pair all public roads and bridges and to Sec. 14. Said petition, with the signatures Agts for Acme Brewing Co.,
open new, roads, and to condemn the or marks thereto attached, shall "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga.

right-of-way for same In the county of: be published full at the expense of: Canal," ,
,Bievard, Statu of Florida, and giving to the committee presenting it, in a news-
f said county certain rights and privileged paper published In the county, for the John Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I will\ ,
authorizing the levy of a special road period of one week before the Board help you all I can." Any one that wants to i Magnolia Grocery....
y tax in each Commissioners' District, and meets to hear the petition, and proof of; build stores, houses, cottages-or fences we
the method which said such publication by affidavit of the them lumber
ti providing by pub- will aid by selling shingles, Wholesale and Retail Dealer in I
11 tax shall be levied and expended. lisher shall be filed with the Board. laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime
,, Be it enacted by the Legislature of the Sec. 15. Upon the presentation to the by quoting them prices that will\ enable
.i' State of Florida: Board of County Commissioners of the them to do it at a figure that no one can STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Sec. 1. That each County Commis said petition, with proof of its due publication make such a close estimate on in this _

} sioners1 District in the county of Ore- they shall proceed to examinethe towti. Butterine, 14cts.. pound.
vard, Is hereby made a road district. same, and If it shall be found by BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO.
1 The county surveyor shall be the genera comparison with the registration list of Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

1, 1 superintendent of the roads and bridges the district at the date of its presenta St. Augustine, Fla. 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE; FLA. Ml
IE throughout the county whose compensation tlon, 'and with the county tax list, to '
I- shall be fixed by the Board of: contain a majority of the registered vo Telephone No. 25:5.Phpto: .

tta County Commissioners.. ters In said district owning land therein,
4 y !Sec. 2. ,All the public roads and after erasing from said petition\ the
bridges in mild county of Brevard shall names of any persons, whom they aha I ESTABLISHED 1830.
d be under the supervision of the Bonn! be satisfied by due proof made before Supply Co.

'of County Commissioners thereof, win them, were Induced to sign the same by LJm. .
IA' shall, at their regular/ meeting in the fraud, bribery or deception, the Board of Bond bar Co. ,
month of July, in each and every year, County Commissioners shall declare the 1KoDAKs4
} advertise in some newspaper published proposal to levy the special tax men- V>AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK CO
j { in said county, until their next regular tioned In said petition carried. Manufacturers of and Dealers in ,
'1 meeting\ in the month of August, for bids Sec. 10. At the next annual meeting:
for the working altering and keeping in of tho Board of Commissioners for levy- LUMBER LATH SHINGLES, FLOORING SIDING CEILING! The only house in Florida devoting Its time to the
repair all public roads and bridges, and ing taxes, they shall levy the special tax i : AMATEUR.OUR '
opening new roads and building provided for in said petition .the '
now upon : and Scroll Also Veneered and Sawed SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.
Mouldings, Turning ; Orangeand
taxable of
said the
o bridges in county for the period of property district, which
Crates. We solicit
1 one year. shall bo assessed and collected as other Vegetable correspondence.
r Soc. 3. All contracts relating to road taxes are collected and -the revenue thus Saw, Planing and Shingle: Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at Give us a Trial. No trouble to answer questions.

and bridge work shall be let out by the derived shall be paid over to the County DeLand and Titusville. 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
Board of County Commissioners In' said Treasurer, and shall be a separate fundto
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county, to the lowest bona tide bidders, be used for making, working, altering -
1, but the Board shall have the right to reject
t p any and all bids. Such contracts ... RIDING __;
shall contain specifications as to the lo Ily MANUFACTURER OF
.; cation class nature and amount of workto All the time and speed when you
be performed under them, which specifications ...Cypress and Yellow Pine Lumber... want it is a great feature of
E shall be prepared by the County -
I the ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. The
a Surveyorunder supervision of :
as the Board of County Commissioners. 1 iC'v When death Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or 'oranges or building in Bicycle...
"ii Sec. 4. Each contractor (shall give a & has laid its any part of Florida, would do well to write! for prices. The'saw mills are locatedat
t( sufficient bond in double the amount of +V cold and revi Buffalo Bluff near Palatka) on the J.. T. K. W, Ry. Lumber delivered to tiny ,.. Here are some Keating points for your consideration:
such contract or bid when accepted, with (' lentless hand part of the East Coast. Address: II. -A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. The Frame makes
t two or more good; and sufficient sureties, upon a kind ItSTRONG.
t'djl' or with one Guarantee Company authorized / loving i .
= 1 to do business this state, to faithfully husband, the'' The Construction makes it
wife cannot be We the BROS. PAINTS.
't Carry BOYDELL
perform all the requirements oft blamed for ask DURABLE.The .
salts: contract. The bond shall be made ing herself if all

payable to the County of Brovard, and her years of de. Have sold out all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh Bearings give it
v. bo approved by the Board of County votion and work SPEED.
P Commissioners of said county. and helpfulnesswere
tR Sec 5. It shall be the duty of saidsuperintendent worth the Supply ofLumber The Double' Roller Chain
.f while, when it
,f II of roads and bridges in comes so soon to this tragic end. MAKES IT FLY

,, said county to personally examine and If men would only take the most com Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
t : inspect all public roads and bridges, mon sense precautions against the. en. Hardware and Paints
whenever the Board pf County Commissioners croachments ill-health\ there would be It has No Equal. 6<-
of said county shall require fewer houses of mourning: and fewer Send for Catalogue.
4 such examination to be made, and the women left alone almost helpless before

superintendent shall make his report to the liver battle and stomach of life It are half twin over.machines A man's that Or anything in the line of Building Material EATING: WHEEL COMPANY,

said Commissioners at their next regular work together, either to make
or unmake.
meeting. The Board of County Com- If they work wrong, they deplete and or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or Middletown, Conn.IIO1VI'ESEEKERS .
it .1 missioners of said county are hereby poison bit blood. Impure and itupover- -
authorized to further delop'tho dutiesof ished blood mean sickness and death. If Plumbing do not fail to write -
said superintendent. they work right, they purify and enrich ,
4( !Sec. 0. All public roads and bridges the blood. A man whose blood is rich and I

13'1' t heretofore established, according to law, be pure unhealthy., and whose Headache liver is active, biliousness cannot well, in EDWARD: STILIWG ....... ..... .. ..!. .. .
In the of Brevard ,
County are hereby declared digestion and costiveness which men generally .
k, lv public and under the jurisdiction disregard, are Nature' warnings "THE BRICK STORE,"
1 of the County Commissioners thereof. that the twin mechanism atomach and
Sec 7. That, hereafter when any liver, is working against, instead of for COCOA, DQo.ci.in.xx River, FLA.. Who are Seeking a Home in the South should send to the undersigned for a
I said him Dr. Pierce' Golden Medical Discovery
new road Is required in county, a copy oftheFlorida
i I U the best medicine to use under these
}; petition, with the route specified, signed circumstances..
by twelve It creates appetite corrects SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD
or more persons, or
all disorders
of the digestion, invigorate
+ 3 1 land owners, along the line of the proposed the liver and fills the arteries with 1'Hlntka. Fla. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine
road shall be presented to the rich, red, healthy blood. A* an InvlgoraU East Coast Homeseete e eWe
Board of County Commissioners of said ing, restorative tonic, it I is far superior to WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
county, who shall examine the same, all the malt extract It is the great blood-
t and If found necessary, for the benefit of maker and flesh-builder. It doe not build ,
the public, the said Board of County sickly, flabby fat a* cod liver oil doe, but Manufacturers of i
4 the firm muscular tissue of health.
Commissioners shall appoint a commit "For the tit nine> years," write William have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for
r:' tee of three disinterested persons, (the Miller, H q.. of 651 Mulberry t treet. Reading.r Winter and Summer
I I' County Surveyor of laid county may be "wIth* hue been very poor in health. I suffered > Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. Climate the healthiest In tbs. United States.
a running ore leg. I tried ,
one of said committee who shall many
survey klud. of different medicine, and doctor with- Apply
the route and report the to the out relief. Then
lame 1 nard three bottles of'Golden toJAS.
County Commissioners of said county at Medical Dbcoveryi and can say that I am en A large stock of Dry Cypress fooling, ceiling, Biding, mouldings, shingles, E.
the next regular meeting of said Board tirely M the cured.next 101"I can" now" do a*good a day'work lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments;- Cypress INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

after their appointment, at which time, Unfailable-Dr. Pier<<'. Pleasant Pellets moulding of all patterns specialty.. < I FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y

t,' f if no objection I U made thereto by any for.constipation and blliouinew. When at home, write us for prices; when np our way, come and, see us. ,





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WALTMHB.QBAHAII.BlifS Boils The ()c"a"loII, Appropriately Ol..bf ted .tt Major Mrflnlrp, the Great RnnlUh
It I, ROBMJtS. SwnrdnmanVonmlrtt, Srm to UK li.v KxprpM, postofllce order or New York Exchange, we will
& GRAHAM, lie lllvrrTlcw lintel.The wild )'."i by Kxii| '''!M, CIIARUES 1'KEPAID, T
f HAVANA, Cm, Feb. :20,1808. 1\\
J exercises and celebration of the FOUR FULL QUARTS

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, anniversary of George Wahlngton, at Editor Adrocate :

IIO\1ns-From 10 to 12 a., m., Old Running Sores the Rlverview Hotel in Merrill, on the Dear Sir:-It Is impossible to say: when Of the Celebrated Seven-Year-OM
ICE and 2 to 4 p. m.TIT11sV1LLE I will be In Tilusville, but mippono li
22nd nit., was" a brlllliant\ affair. An approprIate
Brevard Co. Florida. will bo dining the summer. lam sorry Calhoun
j had Pure
and elaborate Whiskey
Itching program to say I had: an accident, In which, Rye
In.)lot, 108.1fUlpractice ScralchingEczema been and its splendid
In all the courts- t and fed previously arranged, 1 through the falling of the theatre curtain

1 rendition and the eclat of the occasion while was performing my lightning We "hip in PLAIN VACKAOKS, no ,mark to ImtlcaM content (which will avoid all com-
iJL.j| facilities for examining'and perfect- the drill. Inflicted a sevcte wound on : mlnt.Wltl'n ,.oultet It a ml tt'Kt It, If U I* not uMisfaotory, return It at OUR! 'KXI'KNSK: \ and
enjoyed by
- ijund titles. was thoroughly my rlchl knee, and I am still unable to :, )rour$.1,20 will l>e cluxirfnll y rcfumltvl. ThU WhUkejr I* an H'xxl tilt any t 11 00(rood* In tbe market.
guests. We are COM! at hand al\l cn Itlve yon QUICKEn DKUVKKY!: than IIMant hoii'M.V. harxwn .
pel form any hard work.If doing bnalnomt In thUoltr and at 'hll !lADle itanit for over 15 YK\It!'!. and all to our ItKft
'UjiUI L. DODSON, The hotel building and grounds were the AnvocATR has published anything liiNSIIULlTY' AM KEfUTATIUN for honmt, dealing, we refer you to any merchant here, or to

L D. > gaily decorated with bunting: and the relating to the acceptance of my the editor of this iwrr.' ,
challenge by Mr Sam Perkins of your SOLOMON A LEVI,
DENTIST.- flying of flags of different nationalities\ ,
town, or any officer of the United States 10-28? A HCtO: First Avenue, '.
In respect and veneration to the memory I would thank to send
FLOBIDA. army or navy, you BIRMINGHAM ALA. ,
JljoJJplson P. O. Box No. 33. ,
of Washington, brough"patrlotlo sentiments me a copy of the pink paper. __________ ,
Office at residence. I to the hearts of those present. A There is a great chance hero for a flr i- ,"OTI-We pay ESfl't'll8 CharRf to all point reache.l by "BOUTHF.nX EXPRESS (COM
to suit the times. ".Ir,Sort!Throat.Mwolltlnu of othrr Kxprmui roni|<,anlf*., we preimy only to points where
Prices tlnn., PUltulf'. aDd (;I'f'u nf the "kin. number of pleasing addresses were Southern Kxprvs*Coroi>any, trannfen to Mid other KxpreM Company* .f
. I would be glAd to j
speculator join
"'''fne""" of the Jolnt_. Itbeum.U.w. a ,
BODe .--n. etcUlcers. appropriate to the day and oc- In the deal. Yours truly, I

GA.ULDEN casslon. Mr. Jeremiah Quald, the venerable .T. A. MCGUIRE.Rock'iedge. t

3, L. Scrofula, father of Mrs.: T. F. Nevlns, who You can Save Money !

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Is nearing the century mark, but still .

I ffill practice In all'the Conrts of the State Running Sore Eyes bale and hearty, with an active and fertile --
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b Florida,and the United States Courts. brain, was conceded to be the orator The guests of the New Rockledgo -

(p.O.Box,233. TTTtrSVILLE, FLA. Are cued by of the day. His speech was replete with turned out in full force Tuesday evenIng "to -
Money to Loan. lg BOTANIC BLOOD BALM (B. B. B.Tfo beautiful thoughts and enthused his of lost week to the Indian Rlvei :By Sond-bas: ;

hotel ball, and all enjoyed Mr. Proskey'shospitality.
Great Blood Remedy. bearers with patriotism. '
oa: : s:0. .
, GOLDSMITH, One of the most exciting events of the ,
tl Thr.bove named diseases are all due todUeaaed the of the Carter Miss Budlong, of Providence, R. I., Is
011d \ germ floating around In the blood. These day, was yacht race spending the winter here with her

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, perms point or make least their resistance.l appearance Lotions on the body and salves at the and Merrltt yacht clubs. The Egret, grand-mother. Miss B. took the first LOTUS, FLOnXDA,

may help temporarily,but to effect a cure the owned by Mr. Frank Nevlns, was winner prize at the New Rockledge heart party,

Ire II. frtusville, Florida.J. poison why 11.must M. H.-liotanlc be !got cut Ulood of the Balm-cures.biood! ,and that is and was awarded the handsome, prize, last FI'lday evening. FOR QUOTATIONS ON jj

H. D. literally drives the poison iwhich pro a silver cup. The Frog, of the Carter Mr. and Mrs. Chas. IT. Louis, of New i:
is- duces blood diseases) out of the blood, bones Materiali
and club came out second best. York, gncHts of the New Hock ledge, Crate
WEBB body, leaving the flesh as pnre as anew Seeds Fertilizers &
born babe's, and leaves no bad after effects. It Other features of the day's went out fishing Wednesday of last
Is this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to week, and caught a channel boss that .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, stay cured. program were, rifle shooting, mid-air weighed 7-lb8.. and 8 ounces. Mr. Stro- ,

Scrofulous Poison of the Blood. kite flying, match game of quoits, pro bridge, 'of Cincinnati, caught one' the
Goods nnd Notions.J3T .
in the Courts of the 7th Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry
j Will practice
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures all Scrofulous euchre etc. The prizes in same day that weighed 2:>-lbs. II. C.
fircuit. Taxes paid for non-residents gressive ,
- and other poisonous conditions of the
ind rents and accounts collected.fitasville blooa.In either BOX or at any age of life,no matter the euchre game were awarded to Misses Eyer, the Rockledge taxidermist, is I' you need a Stove write for price". ,
of how long standing how previously nils- mounting Mr. Strobridgo's tlsh. .
Florida. treated, how obstinate, how neglected, or how Couse, Kerrigan: and McLaughlin, and

acquired. Messrs. Hutchison, Cox: and Frank Choice .
Sores, Bolls, Tumors. Kevins. Delicious refreshments were Banyan.Messrs. Daytona.In .
Botanic Blood Balm B. B.B. all Sores,
191or Ci; ( )cures -
0. FRIES, E. Ulcerations Eruptions, Holla Tumors and other served, and the festivities continued
external evidences of blood taint. until late hour in' the eve Eugene and 0. Stewart were the yacht race, on Friday the MIschief and Cigars.
for a
, COUNTY SURVEY. If Your Blood Has a Taint of of beautiful and In Banyan last week. took the tint prize and the Vlr Guaranteed Pure.
a ning by the singing pa- the second.
01 Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. Specific Poisoning tiiotioalrs; the dancing of the Virginia Messrs. Biles, Martin and Ledbotter flnla Sold at reduced
You should lose no time In having It out. Our eave this week for North Carolina. The steam yacht, Gertrude, of Boston, price
IreJar Japping neatly done. Estimates for wonderful Botanic Blood Balm ((B. ji. B.) will do Reel to soul-inspiring music, and was Is anchored In the channel just above I
this for you speedily thoroughly and finally.So brought to a close about 11 o'clock with Ray Otwell has accepted a position as the south brld e. Imported
ill I kinds of engineering works. Dismted long as the virus remains, it will keep bur captain of a private yacht on Lake Tokay Wine, !
IIi rowing into tissue, nerve and muscle, even into an oration by Mr. C. W. Colyer, followed W ortb. Our town is full of visitors' and all! from Italy.
lines a specialty. the bones, and you 'never know when or how h.. .n.. frrnnd.. nvrotfif.hnlc disnlav., BUDerinri sorts of amusements are being providedfor .
om violently it will break forth. You may not think : J'J' -iuf.j -- B. J. Illlllard gave a dance at Gilbert
much of a sore on the face,a pimply skin or an them. Apart from the constant !
Aldrldge. B.
tended Togni
tee Brevard Co. FLORIDA. by'Mr. jail last. It John
'ITCSVILLE, ulcerating'throat but either one of them may be on Monday night was largc- stream of parties, receptions, etc, the ,
the of far Internal con of thanks was tendered to the ly attended andhugely enjoyed:
outcrop more dangerous! vote
ditions. opera house Is in full swing. On Mondity Metropolitan Saloon, 12-1: East Bay 8_, ,j
Should anyone be afflicted with any stage of adics for their delghtful entertainment, School closed on the 20th, and Miss evening of this week the waiters of
'EORQE W. ALLEN, Blood I'oison, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings,'! and to Mr. Aldiidge for the decorations Nettle Jones, our popular teacher, the Rldgewood tried their hands at a JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Wliole I

r Skin Rheumatism Diseases, ,old Kidney Ulcers Troubles and Sores., Eczema Tumors, Cu- and tire-works, and also to the kind hos eft for home In Waycroas, Ga, on the cake-walk; Tuesday Mr. Gilbert Walden, r l and lletall...... J JI

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, tarrh, Mercurial Poison, Tetter, Scaldhead 22nd. dialect humorist, gave a reading .for the i
broken down constitutions\ or any other disease tess. benefit of the public school library; on I
ey West, Florida. caused by impure blood B. B.B.-Botanic Blood Quite a number of guests from the The want of telegraphic communication \Vednoiulay and Thursday the Peters Tho Largest and Most Complete "
Halm-will cure you after every other known was badly needed here. While we -
' Will practice in the United States remeiK has failed. Can be taken with perfect New Rockledge and Hotel Indian River, expected: a low temperature no one expected and Green Comedy Co.; Friday, fancy Establishment South. )

0., Jnd State Courts. 9jun05 safety.after effects.It leaves B. B.no R.harmful Is the only results quick nor and per bad iiockludge, were present and participated It to drop so low. Had we been dress party; Saturday, dancing school. GEO. S. HACKER & S.ON. :

manent Blood Purifier on earth. One bottle will\ in the celebration. Among the ladles advised as those on the west side we ;
- test It in any case. DrUl/'ltlstsle1\\ B. B. at (1 could have saved than
things wo STEAMERS.
more RIVER
ALP II E. SMITH, M. D. per large bottle or send direct to us and we will present were: Mrs. T. F. Nevins, Mrs. INDIAN
ship to any point, all charges prepaid, six large and daughter, Miss did. .:...--
L bottles on receipt of $5. Remember, B. n.J. [lugh McLaugblin ;

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.fpecialist does Book not FREE.BLOOD contain. mineral or vegetable poison. Leana McLaughlin, Mrs. Benj. McCor- Waveland. In Effect TutMlitjr, Feb. 14, 1801)

mtck, Mrs. Edward Worn and Miss MOUTH UOUXD.

in Genital, Urinary an Rectal BALM CO At1 utaGa... Worn Mrs. J. W. Erregger, Miss Hen Leave Tlttmvllle. daily, except Sunday ,

Diseases. Miss Keys nnd Dr. C. II. Howland has been paying a and Wednesday. ........ ............ 4:00p.m.: .
derson, Miss Kerrigan, Arrive Kooktmlee, dally, except Run-
Located at Placide Hotel, Miss Hutchings. visit to friends here, and looking. after. day and 'Votlllolllla).. ..., ..... .. 0:30pan.
his pineapple plantation. Leave Tltusvllle.\ dally, except, Sunday
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. FItEK! OF CHARGE. The following are the various committees and Wetlnol.\ay\ ............."..... .:OOp m.
I service
, The dedication of All ,Salntl
Arrive Jcnneu daily, except Monday
IJa. from cold settled to whom are largely due the credit church on Sunday, Feb.! ,10, -waa largely and Thlll'lu\ay\ .. .., ..,...II.. 10:00: a.m. i
Any adult suffering a of the day's celebratisn: : Leave Tltusvllle Monday, Tuomlay and 1
irf on the breast, bronchitis, throat or lung for the success attended, and everyone was impressed Krlday II .. ...... ..':.. ...t.. 4:00p.m.Arrive : .
r\R. (J. PEETE, troubles of any nature, who will call at Committee of Arrangements-Fred Aldvldge with the completeness and line appear Palm Reaou' following! day ,,.., ;ai30p.ni.NORTII ....... ... -
Tltusville\ J. W. Er ance of the now cdltlco.\ The sermon by : -- -
Chaffee's store ,
Fred S. drug Benj. HOUND.
EVE, EAR, NOSE and THROAT.5G8 J. P. Cooper's drugstore, Cocoa, Fla., Bishop Gray was impressive and the
or WodnoH-
Leave 1'alin lieach Mondaj,
will be presented with sample bottle of regger. and Illumination singing and music excellent.We day aDlI'rhllr".lay II... .. ,.. ....., .. 0.00: a.m. MANUFACTURERS OF
Cherry Street, Boschee's German Syrup, free of char e. Committee on Fire Works expected to see more long faces Arrive Tltusvllla following tiny ....li M p.m.

Macon Ga.WM. Only one bottle given to one person, and -Fred Aldrldge, Jr., Hanjld Cox, after the freeze, but our people came Leave and Jensen Saturday, dally, .,..except". ....Thursday...... .. .. SiOOp.m, Doors Sash, Blinds,
; none to children without order from Edward Worn.Committee through with much less damage than Arrive TltiMvllle\ ,dullyexcept Sunday
paren ts. on Decorl\tlons-Wm. Hen was expected, and are gathering vegetables and Monday, ,..II....., ." Sunday, ... ....111:30: 1).111. Moulding & Building Material

McL. DANCY D. D. 'L. No throat or lung remedy ever had derson Dr. J. Morrissey, Jeremiah right along, although the greater andVo.lnelI"Rmiklttilice! dally,) ..,except.,..."........, 8:00: a.in,
l such a sale as Boschee's German Syrup part were cut down. It pays best to cul- Arrive THunvllle dally, except 8ulII Office A Warrrooms. King, opposite
in all parts of the civilized world. Twenty Quaid. t''vae the lands least liable to frost, If I day and 'VetlIl08da1..,,.... .,......12:30: p.m. Cannon Street.Charleston .

Graduate of Philadelphia College of years ago millions of bottles were Judges-Messrs. Hugh McLaughlin, they do cost a little more per acre to II OAILLAUD, M'Kr'l T. T. BKHR:, Art., .
Be. Augustine, f 11'. Palm lleucli, Fin.CllA S. C.
be Burgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations given away, and your druggists will tell is Thomas Nevins and Thomas Kerrigan. 1 start with. *. UA.VIKH, (Jell. Agt", ,
its success was marvelous. Tltusvllle, FU.
)I'omlsed. Ilazeltine Block Bay you The next celebration of note at this
corner really the only throat and lung remedy Sash Cord and
pnd Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. generally endorsed by physicians. One popular hotel, will be the anniversary of Malabar. three weeks' of Dr.H. Weights,
A two or course
75 cent bottle will cure or prove Its value. St. Patrick on the 17th Inst. will
Liver Medicine so Hardware
Sold by dealers iu civilized countries. A. Simmons ,
Gallie and regulate the excretory functions that
Ned Miller visited Eau
Patent-medicine men fill their almanacs Rockledge recently they will operate without any aid what Window and Fancy Glass

- Homes TREATMENT OF HAIR. with ancient jokes to show their ever, *
Virginia skill In prolonging life. Mrs. W. W. Wlxen was the guest of I A SPECIALTY.
Mrs. Starck Sunday.T. .
When In Poor Condition It May Be Greatly Watts' OfUclnl Kullway Guide.

Beautified. M. Ilowell made his usual visit in DO YEARS*

You learn all about Virginia Lands, Baldness seldom. occurs among people EFENDINGTHE Malabar Sunday evening.J. The current number of Watts' Olllcial EXPERIENCE

its resources, products, mode of cultivation who have thick hair and skins, says the C. Carroll. II. Clohecy Friday called evening.at the home of C. Railway Guide, published at Atlanta, is

prices, etc., by reading the Gentlewoman. It is the distinguishing one of the most complete) numbers of
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. characteristic of thin, scanty hair and NATION. Albert Carroll was the guest of J. II. this. valuable publlca lon. It contains I
Tillnian Sunday.
Clohecy at on
for 3 months subscription to the thin skin. So long as the hair cells are CatarrA t's our roun1" 208 pages and a handsome, uptodatemap

Farmer Co., Emporia, Va., the hair that Is in poor condition 'stnt1f' La grippe, Mrs. R. A. Conkllng is attending the of the Southern: states, making It an
alive ._.._. ,*._,. 4.IS\.1., IkldlU.. .C1Y1/1...... Chautaiuiua In Melbourne this week. ... TRADE MARKS
-- bo benefited greatly by proper : iUUK uun' attractive Issue. While It Is an Indispensable Oman
may When the hair cells are dead, other diseases of )ir. Washburn has decided to quit cultivating and thorough guide for railway "'m' COPYRIGHT Ac.
ment. the mucous membrane beans and devote hIs time to his ) Anyone landing .ike/trh and description niquloklr '
of, making hair grow and hotel information, there are many uncrultr our opinion free whuther anrtiTtmlinn
there is no way hold .. '
illJ take orange grove. III prob blr paten"'bl. (onmiunlriwtliiiMntlatlroonadentUl.
other Itomti of reference and Interest to I I alld book OIl"lenle,
again. 'V of our people 1 Miss Kindilck spent Saturday and 1 .ent f.... UlilMl viiMior. fur Mwunntf i>*.t.nu.
Dander is merely dried scales of the and fatal results Sdnday In Melbourne, attending the the' tourist and traveler. It Is on sale at l'.t riU natUt taken, without tbrouuB&lb.rg Munn., la the.A (;u. rc lTtifteiat

skin of the head and only exists where \ follow with East Coast Chautauqua.J. 25;) cents, or will bo forwarded on receipt

1832. W .j lIllttJl the scalp is dirty or unhealthy. A-" alarming fre- II. Clohecy departed on Monday of price, pOHtage prepaid. Scientific flincricnii.
soft fine and S All of unknown of the far hunrttomelf I1laitrt.t 4 WMklr, I, rinwt rtr.
1. When the hair is thin, quency. evening for regions A '1'nriin, 13 t
I otBtillBi) Journ*
1JiD1fu out easily, it should be brushed JaS these troublesij south. May good fortune attend him. Spain's OreutUHt Need.Mr. Dilution, fOllr of nwlllh nf l.U. BolU b7 t.ll' "..*(l..ler..

COTTON comes very lightly, if ,at all. It should, how- "''\\ are cannot catarrh,exist and Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Arnold returned! R. P. Olivia, of Barcelona: Spain, Mar y [ ': ::' :: Po J.k
Palm teach Saturday. They were j. m I
the from Weak
SOFT SEINE, TWINES. be loosened and lifted with spends his winters at Alken, S. (
ever, before retiring, and where the menibranca are clean and entertained at the hume of Rev. C. L. nerves had) caused severe pains In the .
each night
A PERFECT STURGEON.TWIN fingers healthy. Ilowell Sunday back of Ills head. On using Electilc
the scalp should be gently massaged or, Davla Fayetterllle, Tenn., I IlIr. blood and COTTON
CABLE CORDS MACRAMC. Mrs.'Lou GlfTord, of Vero, was In our city Bitters, America's greatest
/mo softly with the tips of the fingers. how Dr. Uartman'aTreat all\ soon left him. He
rubbed tells in her letter on Monday, and bought from the Arnold nerve remedy, pain '
- E. EMORY JOHNSON, o*." & ewu ..... One, of the very best applications for ( catarrh remedy, Te-ru-na, cured nursery one hundred orange trees. HeU says this grand medicine is what his '

MOODUS. CONN. hair that is thinning is vjtsellne. It her of la grippe and serious lung com not discouraged by the freeze.Mius country needs.. All America knows that T.1NRN NRTTINfl
dry It cures liver and kidney trouble, purifies JJlllJUli lilJJLFISHING .
and all applications should be applied plication. She says: Florence Harris was the guest of the blood, tones up the stomach,

not on the hair, but on the scalp at the II I was afflicted with a disease commonly 1 Miss Flora McLeod several days last strengthens the ner/es, puts vim, vigor

roots of the hair, and should be rubbed known aa la grippe two yean week, and was the cliarmlng bridesmaid and new life into every muscle, none
doctors said I had conaumption. at the wedding of Miss McLeod and organ of the body. If weak, tired
..... }II into the scalp. ago; the and.Mr. Arnold. She returned to ,Eau need It. Every bottle guar
fwrtiR and
In baying be wash bottle of 1'e-ru-na or you
aI >r."ee.aollt y U ea.r.y.a. Coarse, strong, oily hair may I got one stopped. GalUe'Friday. anteed, only 0c. Sold by )1'. S. Chaffee,
.riiicr," became tb* eoet is generally the second night my cough
.of id oultlTttlon* alway* larirolr wanted(oa icnidt Interior tb* ed weekly, but fortnightly hair I took aeveral bottles, and I will aay On Wednesday, Feb. 15th. E. B. Arnold druggist. TACKLE,
\'Tlglnml coo,of the bf...e.di to often enough. Delicate, thin, dry be dead woman and Miss Flora McLeod were united
!>. badi Th* beat i. al.a,. the that I believe I would a Linen Gill Netting
oftener Ilowell.. After Superior quality
with C.
washed soap In by Rev.
cbiap at. trlflt mor* fur not be Pe-ru-na. marriage
I'ay a should for
been .
: now if it had not feast had been partaken of The BUt. Hchool Fund.Hon. made from Knox's Scotch thread.
in two a sumptuous
I 1 month, or
FERRYS3EEDS I than once a of cold water be Mary M. Prultt, Talpa, Mo., says: by the guest., the happy pair' departed W. N. bheats. State Superintendent Samples and estimates cheerfully furnished.

. months. If application the hair Mtduint Co., Columbus O. on the evening train for Palm Beach. has made the following annual apportlonment'of Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.
made to the roots of the hair, fe-ru-na Dainty packages of the bride's cake were the Interest on the per

IDd alwar* cct yonr lII..a..I'I' should not be wet In tbe process. I'artthe II I had la arlnoe. for three successive distributed to the guests by the bridesmaid manent State school funds, on the basis J. B.: JOHNSON A CO.,

....nb.v..7wbr Fir*..onu Ah,'II-T',. here and there .over the scalp, yeai't;; seemed; to get a tighter hold 5 and many are the fateful dreams of average attendance, at the rate of CO Manufacturers,
Jr be... Biwd. DDuai 'r hair with the tips ol on ine each year. U seemed I was in said to have been conjured by these cents per pupil: Brevard, C385.50: ; Dado 121 South St. BALTIMORE, MD
,.. ,
e&rool.rtKKV'. ."....l'U... and put the water on the Jaws of 4eath. What had helped charms. )lr. and 31 rs.Arnold have the t2ai0; Monroe. $7.3.50:. ; Volusla,
-. the fingers, a toothbrush small(bought me before would not do me any good.I sincere good wishes of a host of friends.Gaust t8.11.50. .. Palmetto Drug store Day toua.

kept for the purpose) or a sponge saw an adrertU ment of 1'e-ru-ua. I -

= at the rooU. procured two bottles and it cured me. U the smallest republic as to King. Malletoa, tbe Samoan monarch Drugs medicines, chemicals fine toilet

Inordinate I have not felt 'aD1 symptom since. era, which U exactly one mile. The lately dead, received a smaller salary soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
To sweeten the breath, brighten the The Mexicans are the roost and You may use this to anyway you population numbers 150. It U situated than any royalty $lW monthly 1 and it fancy toilet articles in great variety,
*let clear the complexion and Insure smokers in the world. Even women usually arrears. M.1 UUSTOX, propr.
natural: bloom of health, use Dr. M. habitual moken. pleue.tt *.. la the Pyrenees. was
A. Simmons Liter Medicine. children .

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t ,, 1 i .1 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 3, 1899.
))4' 10

t 4. IHDIAH< RIVER ADVOCATE 4- Comptroller's report, Is In a healthy can rely on. boundary line that there will be small
1 and satisfactory condition. The We understand that Itrv. Geo. O. gap with In it a just little west persuasion of Jensen may where be Induced a Indian River Real Estate Agency
\ balance on band in tho general Barnes la I to deliver a lecture on ChinaIn to through for our ac-
1 l! AWBBBtY: JOOBHAI DBTOTBD TO THE DayILI the town hall soon. Perhaps after squeeze
fund 1 1899 to
I revenue on January commodation. We will promise not
hearing citizens
same, some our
+ abuse such a favor and pull through two
AND BIMAT B BAT lIECTIOJiI.i was $214,839.55, as against $160 are thinking of going to Cuba will TITUSVILLE FLA.YOU .
Inclined ,
at time. One will do, M we are
t'l 659.98 on January 1, 1898, a gainof witch off and go over or down to "pig- a to be economical; besides
+i PUBLISHED EVERY FBIDAT.CMABLU $54,179.57.In tall" country Instead. small favors are very thankfully received, andlarge

I 1871 the state issued 7 percent The town hall Is quite a credit to -the one In proportion. would do well If yon have property to sell and want it advertised in tk

,; f ci: H. WAITOK, Editor & Proprietor thirty-year bonds to the worked village and especial! to the ladles who paper, free of cost to you, and pnt In the banda of live men, to write at once |

I ', amount of $350,000, and in 1873 no hard and diligently to secureIt Fort Pierce. this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. to
for In just twelve months from the
. be made
F ,. DIMontlnu at thli office of or ulrU.by writing.must pert $925,000 of 6 per cent thirty-yar day of the first meeting of the V. I. S., B3r": Many sales will\ probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why
tonally bonds. Of the 7 per cent bonds, the ball,wa completed and used for the I J. Lane -left for Jensen .last week to
$82.300 were, on January 1, 1898, holding of its annual meeting for the I Ielp.ctlon work. yours.PINEAPPLE
Address All eommanlc ttont to I LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
a < in the fund of officer It is entirely free Waller of Ankona was visiting In
RIVER ADVOCATE, sinking $175,600 were Mr. ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acie.
INDIAN in the school, seminary and agri from debt. It only needs to be paintedand town Saturday. Beautiful tract 120 fu>reR. nnA-miArtpr mile river front* one mile north A'
; FWaroA.i furnished which will be done Ul UQ
'J, \., TlTCiVILLB cultural college funds, and the remaining easily. Is there, any other place on very the I Quite number of tourists are registered Gallia i ;; first class for oranges;pineapples and "vegetables.. Price,,ioou
the Fort Pierce hotel. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Tltusvllle. Will pay $1,(QOQ
F at ()
., Check,etc.,may be made parable to CHABLM $92,100 were held by in- river that can beat this record ? year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. thi"
t : H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor dividuals. During the year 1898 We notice that lion. R. A. Hardee i III Mrs. S. A. Bell and Mrs. Harbin paid HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $25 per acre.
\\l < there were purchased from the individual swing$ to petition the next legislature to Lemon Viw a visit Saturday, returning One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 21 miles west of Tltusvllle, good fa
>i. g. Department of Agriculture holders for the common draw a dead line from somewhere northof Sunday evening.$ pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $550.00.

1 i f y Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. school fund $27,200, and for the Tltusvllle, running west one and one- Mr. Floyd, of Orlando, traveling agent
half miles and south to the St. Lucie for Guckenheiroer, was In' town last
I 'p seminary fund $1,000 of these 7 river, thence east to Indian River,thence week.
The following$ is a comparative slate per cent bonds, leaving $63,900 of north to point of beginning, over which T.A v EJ 3 IB. ZBOTJIE3S:
I went of temperature and rainfall for the the original Issue,now in the handsof hogs are to be forbidden to pass under The tradeboat Merchant, of New ,
week ending$ Tuesday, Feb. 28, 1800. Individuals.The any and all circumstances, good, bad or York, Capt. Michael In command, leftSunday
-1899- -1808- indifferent. For what purpose it Is not :: for up the river.
1 "' BATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIS general revenue fund, stated. From a personal standpoint, we Miss Raulerson arrived last week on a Grain Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal aid
22 83 68 63 40 amounting to $214,8.:"9.55, is the would like to have the petition amended visit to her brother, who h.Improved ,

f 23: 80 67 64 42 only fund from which are paid the HO as to allow,, an occasional razorbackto quite a little lately.A. .
p 21' 72 02 71 55 general of the state wander into our back yard; provided. Cotton Seed Meal New Garden Seed arriving Fresh
i 2.') 72 68 71 M expenses gov- he has acquired the requisite amount of C. Dittmar has generously given
1.1j 26 78 71 72 51 ernment, including the assessment fat to make him a fit subject for the the Episcopalians here a lot in Edgar-
27 80 U9 74 51 and collection of revenue, the interest larder. We have made all necessary arrangements town, and we hope soon to have a church all the time.

I 28 75 01 72 53 on the state debt, and the expenses to secure grits and were depending here.
1 on the thoughtlessness of the Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man
r Total rainfall for the week:2.04 Inches of the legislature and the The young fields of pines are showing or
aforesaid razor-back,. wherewith to beast.' Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock andpoultry. Write for quotation.
the but most of
r Departure from normal rainfall for quite a number of blooms,
made that .
appropriations by body; the but if the dead Lowest cash prices. '
week: plus 1.41 Inches. Departure grease gilts; "cap's" I the old fields are dead, except those
M, from normal rainfall since January 1, for the maintenance of the several line goes into effect, our dreams of hog$ under cover.Archdeacon. Office: ,124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I plus 2.02 Inches. state colleges, the insane asylum, and hominy will be demolished and reduced -
Brown will hold Episcopal -
Observer. the deaf institute to plain grits without any trim- -
a J. W. CBOSK, mute for 7:30 ,
min rs. We trust when the captain sees services next Monday at p. m.
V the Jurors, and witnesses, for pension this pathetic appeal that he will re-con- at the residence of Mrs. J. Tyler. All CHAS. N. WELSHANS
and other expenses authorized sider.thls rash move and BO arrange this are cordially invited. ,
ON OCR second page will be round

M;+ a a copy of a proposed special road by The law.payments authorized to ,be

2 our law readers for Brevard improvements.may criticise county, or so suggest that from made the during general the present revenue month fund i 1899 Wall Papers 1222 CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,

any will exceed the usual during
,4xr that month perhaps receipts about $80-- Manufacturers Agent. Samples Now Ready # '* HAIR AND LATH. i

+; IT seems that the Parisian press 000, which will greatly reduce the ,

has just ascertained that M. Lou- amount in that fund. Rangpur Carpet. Carpet in matting State Agent L. ,& M.: ,Paints and Oils.Old .
Ajute r
bet, who succeeded the late Presi from the
By authority legislature -
dent Faure, ia on the wrong side of* the state in 1889 borrowed patterns. Moth proof and cheap. 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street,

t, the Dreyfus case. $100,000, and again in 1891 $100 JACKSONVILLE!!:, FLORIDA.

i; 000) for general state purposes, for FURNITURE STORE,
(aov.BLOxnAMhasannounced his which notes bearing interest
vM, intention to appoint Mr. Pasco ad semi-annually at the rate of 5 TITUSVILLE, FLA,
interim United States senator. He per cent per annum were given, CO
;' + ;; will hold until his successor is signed by the governor treasurer Illl

elected'by the legislature.IT and comptroller. During the year '
1898, $75,000 of this Indebtednesswas THE MAPES Season 1898f99.They (Formerly The G. n. Hammond Co.)

is not surprising that the hall paid out of the general reve- : have been the Stan OUR SPECIALTIES :
and half method of government at- nue fund, and the notes for that

j tempted in Porto Rico, has caused amount canceled, leaving notes for : dard Fertilizers for 20 "Coin Special" hams and, breakfast bacon

ti lrict n. It would have been eurrtriftino $125,000, which are now held by years InFlorida.H "Coin Special" canned meats.

I if it had nnt. The trnvprn.V. ... state funds. MANURES.
--- :
1 'N went--o--n------should be either military or "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

I. '1 civil. FOR PROTECTION OF CITRUS I ,I I "Calumet" leaf lard.

f.\' \#\, OUR experience in the Philip FRUITS. Homemade pure lard.

: / 'I pines recently has. certainly not -. -, My Fertilizers Are as good\as Mapes. "Peerless" compound lard, sausagesand
I 19 been encouraging to those who say Une or the most immediate bene- -

0 'j our object is to civilize.and christianize fits that will follow the introduc They all quote' MapeS As the Standatd of Excellence. all Packing House Products.

the natives., Our soldiers lion of Mr. McFarland's canvas FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville Fli'
.fi t have killed a whole lot of them, protection for citrus fruits is the The, MapeS put the. money In the pockets of the growers. .

's ; but we havn't heard of any being restoration of grove property and Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. nr- Write us for quotations, and you will be pleased. .
converted{ orange lands to their former status

as security upon which capital can Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
M IT is stated that the proposed be obtained for the development of;
What yOU Want Are Results Results Re8ult8Results.' I have been A FAMILY JAUNT
+ 1' trip of the secretary of war and the country. Prior to the freeze a.,
his party of friends to Cuba and of 1805! many residents( of the the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Years. I II In one of our canopy top phaetons or sur
Porto RICO, will cost this County who had accumulated 4 reys can be enjoyed for any length of time
government some I have SOld
;' Millions of Dollars worth .of their goods to Thousands of without weariness. You can get more
one-fifth of million of dol- little money were loaning it on this solid comfort In one than in any other vehicle
Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con-
lars. This will be another useless class of security, and the remuner- r.,: i, on the market. For the horseman
has found fault with the of these Goods
sumer Quality ;
expenditure of the people's money ative interest rate current here t d that loves speed, a runabout or as light as

"ti: \ by the party in power made a strong inducement for peo- The best yields. The best keeping. qualities.The 4/ -r he can will be constructed find here at,bedrock well-made prices.and strong,

Y ple of thrift and foresight to save most reliable in drouths. '
A MATTER that the next legislature money and loan it out. Northern Y; P. E.; ,McMURRAY & BAKER,
the best prices in all the markets.Read
.'!; should take in hand is the enactment capital was rapidly being replacedwith Always Main & Church 8ts"JACKSONVILLE,

f of a stringent law to pre. home money, and the interest FLA.
',' veht the wanton destruction of our paid,was remaining in the County. the following. It covers all these! points :

forests by fire. The damage to All political economists agree that I "OnA oE PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1898. ...ei .c_. ...m.- ( State Agents for Sterling Bicycles.

our forestry by the present inconsiderate when a country owns its own capital "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla:
method of burning then and rents and interest money "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many
remain home years with indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me' to use
ut into the
woods all
at seasons of the year, go Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they The
cannot be fully estimated. There local circulation, that It is on the cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to Bel 1 vedeI.e. Opposite Postoffice.
ie now a law on the statute books high road to prosperity. Such me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff .
"' :; to prevent the firing of'the woods was the condition to which Brevard has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun-
during certain months in the County was approaching before ate on watermelons. My crop was all largo and choice. Customers were waiting Imported and Domestic
year, for to the and I realized
J4 me every trip city, more than twice the prices my
but it is neither observed nor fully the freeze of 1895. neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at ouce. I got twelve to eighteen
h. enforced, and if it should be, would Mr. McFarland informs us that cunts for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offei ing them at from five to WINES LIpBS < and CIGARS
,l not give the protection desired. he has already secured contractsfor ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I ,,
had splendid also with Irish '
the protection of forty groves success, potatoes.
4 and will visit the "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." I' Wine Rooms
t THE extreme cold weather orange growersat for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 2:10:: p. m-
throughout the City Point., Kockledce: and Mer. 1rr_! Trite to mo for Pamphlets with full- n.irttanlarR... price_' analysts. and fontlmuuials 25cts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon.
iri t. east ,and west Is ritt'e Island within the that will interest you. A full stuck always on hand. ...
next few
causing hundreds of II. W. METCALF
seek ,
people to
; comfort in sunny Florida, and as days. Feeling as we do that the J. ::Et.. TYSEN, Agen, Jacksonville, Fla.

iy usual the East Coast resorts are successful inauguration of his enterprise Jaoksonv-1.1.1o, F1a.

the favorites. All the veslibuled will dissipate the clouds i -

:,i a a l and trains it are is reported crowded that with berths tourists have, that have this County been, threatening to its old and time restore WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber, CHESEBRO BROTHERS *!

been engaged on south. bound prosperity, we advise the orange ....

: ; trains for several weeks in advance. growers to give the matter their Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet WHOLESALE _
Let them come. Florida welcomes most careful consideration, for we ,
them with open 'arms and promises are assured that with their cooperation Iron work and drain pipe bath tubs water closets OOMMISSON FISH
them all that the heart can desire. the enterprise will be in pumps DEALERS
\ operation next winter.
The and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned.
THE ADVOCATE is moment that tents have been
indebted to No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market New York.SPECIALTIES .
Mr. Walter Hawkins, the energetic I supplied an orange grower, and it 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St., ,

'i Florida passenger agent of the is known that hereafter he will JACKSONVILLE,. -VT.A. __I :-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead,. Pompano.. Bluefish, Red

! I Ocean Steamship Company, for a raise oranges regardless of the Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

+ handsome little folder, entitled thermometer, his property will havea '-- Stencils promptly supplied. References
If desired.CLARENCE .
1 "A Sketch of Savannah Historical stable and marketable value, that :lVI. IR.SO ir :-

and Topographical." It is one of it can get in no other way.
(Successor to B. Hirsch B. JIILLEK. .
the prettiest and most unique ) KILLER LONOBOTWAai.etabliahed
pieces of work ever reached this Jensen.Lemon WHOLESALE _

office, and is a compendium of in. -

: Ii formation about Savannah, illustrated and lime trees that were in FRUITS AND PRODUCE S. B. MILLER & CO.

j in the most superb manner bloom were unhurt. < ,

Anyone interested in this most attractive Bean picking U not entirely a thing of WHOLESALE
+ southern city, should the past, even If It did get chilly on the -
1 pro.cure 13th, as la evidenced by shipments that
a copy.FLORIDA'S. are going forward.I Fish Oysters and Game. FISH DEALERS,

think your report of the damage No. 7 Fulton Flab Market,,New York.
FINANCES. done by cold in laat issue from different
section la I aa near correct aa it I U possl- 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, OA. Special attention
The financial condition of Flori to get. There seems to be In some of given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
da for the ending the papers a disposition to keep back the REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank nirschbenr: Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.
year December Paper Co., Atlanta, Oa The National Bank
true ; A. Kaiser A Bra Brunswick GaT REFERENCES-Fulton and
condition. State fact Market
plainly National dealer
31 161H shown Guckenblnwr Merman Bank, or Wholesale Fish
as by the State people will appreciate a paper that they 4 Sons, A Kay ton, Eckraan A Vetsburg., Savannah Ga.; A. In the United States. any
t Montgomery, Agent Southern E.pre.s Co., Atlanta, Ga. Mf:: Stencils: furnished on application.to .


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vans, MIIIII| Florence ttenovar who Is m
I now
Tallahassee, and Hampton Genovar
who la engaged In business 'here, will\
CJ join the .FERTILIZERS.' I
family In IIltana In about two
months The of Mr. OenoYar '
and greatly .
family III regretted by their .
many friends I In this city.

Powder manufacturer W. L. Douglass Vf Jlrt, the>ckton'well-known MaM" with shoe : '
faking a SPECIAL
1 till family party PRICES
Including Mrs. Douglass,
'e tonot Mr. and Mra. William Ropt Mr. and Mrs. {01t/
M. A. Rickard
Charles Richmond, all of TOW -
, Made from pure Brockton, arrived here from the south

cream of tartar.eguards ; this where week they, and will registered spend some at.time.the Alcazar, p
-' Members of the New England News- .. yr .eapple $@ s.. ;t

the food paper League will arrive here early In

Eaathli March on a tour of the state. Their ob- .&11 .4.ro'Un.Cl: JPortlllasoxr
ject is p(L1
against alum gather chilly Information pleasure regarding, but they the will south also I H Prlco $25.OO.GUARANTEED S3P; Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to '

that may with assist Florida\ them and In other dealing southern Intelligently -I' ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money. 1 11IoI8tllre.

I for &ak powders are the greatest states in their Journalistic work. .................................... ....,,............. .......... ...... t to 10 STEAMED BONE RAW BONE 1
i to health of the present day. Ammonia. ....... ,......... ............................. .... .,................. 5 to 6 ,
One of the largest crowds of the i H EgmuponOphateorAmmonia............................ ...........u..4trtn2b BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE '
AKiA *. gathered In the season Avallahlel'ho.phoneAMd. .....'.........................:.................... S to 8 II
!,o, fowBtn ea.jjttwvog Casino Saturday t'llIaUn onel'hOflIhat.eof Lime............................................. 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE :
night to enjoy the program of water I>otaMiK2O. .... ................... ............. .....'............'.............. B to 6ftl NITRATE OF SODA, i !t
--- sports and the dancing which followed. al to Sulphate of PotMh..... .......... ... .......................... ... stole SULPHATE OF AMMONIA
The entertainment was the usual Saturday 8 Magnesia; ,Lime Soda, etc., .............................. ...................... I IC3T" 66 to 60 TOBACCO STEMS, B ,it

Miami. night; affair, but the extraordinary (; Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

feats performed by Capt. Enslow's bandof r' COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. tl
endresli young:: men and boys never fails to KIT" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0
PSr Wm. M. Brown and E. L. Bra- draw a crowd. H prices. :-1 p j

,j f Titusvllle, have arrived here.e Hon. Samuel II. Ashbrldge, Mayor-

steamship wharf of the East Coast elect of Philadelphia, accompanied by Please Correspondvith us before being induced to buy from Dealers.: Send for I :
Mrs. Ashbridge, Miss Jennie L. Lock :1
rasbip Lines, was lighted by electric- ,
bii week.e Gustav Bacharach, and Abraham L. hi .Pnmphlot. I.LJ :
English, Mayor Ashbridge's chief clerk
n ADVOCATE Is now on sale at HotelI after a short visit here, left for Palm LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
or. I Palm where its newsy pages maybe Beach, and from there' they go to Ha I I
ION.reef. ,
read by tourists and others. vana. They will return north early In ;1
1. .ere never were so many people inml CTsLClssorrvIlle, Florid. .
I as there are this winter, and all
doing a fair trade.
msloess people are '
vegetable growers; are again at. Rockledge. City Beautiful and back.A. ly called to Rochester, N. Y., by the I Fancy< Pineapple Blips and Stick ;a
log to their farms, which were pretell Melbourne. serious illnesn of her daughter Mrs. I. k
frozen out during the recent The ADVOCATE is on sale at Hotel Indian II. Smith, of Cincinnati, Ohio, who Bennett and son, Clarence, left on en> for Sale. j l
River and New Rockledge. has spent several winters at Hotel Coquina Wednesday's train.
ze. celebrated his 85th birthday on GOODE .t: noODB.-Real Estate and l.nanll.
ie Miami telephone is now connected Waldo Lyon, the trick bicycle rider, Thursday last. The presents were numerous Agent for Attna. London and Liverpool and Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Martin, of Montreal, Abbakns, Egyptian and Golden Queen, 'I

RJ i the pumping station, the golf:: recently gave:: a performance In the Plaza and handsome. The surprise par Globe attention, and paid Imperial to the}'lre'lnllllralll'e.Interests of non Special roldeota. Can., who have boon guests of Mrs. Bennett Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and Red i
ads, both railway terminals and therf diningroom, which was much enjoyedby ty given him by Mrs. Smith, his estimable the past month, loft for West I'ulm Spanish. 'Apply to I r
and is working:: well. the hotel guests. wife, was a very enjoyable feature. Beach on Wednesday' where they will. MADDOCK MATTHAMS' ,
The of the houso Invited) spend the balance of the season. "Palm Roach Pinery \ (
Mrs. D. P. Merwin and WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE the
,nrlailvshiDment of tomatoes fromexpress Miss!! Katie at
over, and all, after much merrymaking Itaxaar, Mr Chan J. & Millinery Went Palm Beach, Fla
: office at this place averagese Merwin of Milford, Conn., are the guestsof \Cfemptwll Co. The steamer Spartan carried an excursion
shared with Notion, flood, Laillvi'
In which :Mr. Smith Dry readymade -
than four hundred boxes. Most ofe Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Merwin, at their and woven Underwear, Ferrl' Renown. party from here and Melbourneto
; come from the Florida Keys. home, on Barton avenue. great joviality, the door of the parlorwas ed Cornet,etc.,embroidery and colored silks, Pelican Island, Tuesday. The excursionists ,
thrown open, and the birthday cake souvenir ipoon,Stationery,etc. returned laden with orange i
11 the Miami hotels are doing a rush- James D. Oston, a prominent bankerof was cut and served with a wing of rare blossoms.
business. The guests; at the Royal Newark, N. J., with a party consistIng vintage which connisseur could criti ,, TRY BUG DEATH '
n number nearly five hundred. The of Mrs. F. B. Colton, Miss Louise cise. As one lady remarked, "It seems HOTEL overlooking RIVERSIDE Indian ,Rlverhmnelike MELItOURNR, FLA.., Col. Wm. Barbour, accompanied by

- ter for yesterday alone covers five Lord and Miss Jessie Lord, are at the more like a wedding feast than a birthday and good: board/. Kate |l-fiO aoooni.modatlon per Messrs. Smythe and:IpraJtuo: came down ,
eg. Plaza for a sojourn of two weeks. celebration." day or >0.flO to 7.00 per week, according: to from New York for a few days' visit to p.I.r I
location of room. Special' rate to lllver Mrs. Barbour at Walden cottage. The ON GROWING i
iaml has some twenty miles of as Messrs. Emerson, Cox, Tugellis and The largest and most successful eventof people.) CIIAS.T. McliRlIiE, thoroughly enjoyed their visit and f
oth macadamized roads as bicyclistsId Woggaman are among the successful the season, thus-far, was a "bal pou- Proprietor.) lad some excellent Uniting and shooting VEGETATION ;
i HI3n I ( wish, and is, in fact, fast develop- fishermen staying a t the Indian River. dro" given in the casino of the Ormondon while here, their only regret being that I
into a southern cosmopolitan me- Despite the heavy norther a few days Wednesday evening. The hall and nr- Subtscifptlons for the ADVOCATE, their visit must necessarily bo so bilef. t- I
olis of rather startling pretensions, ago: ,-they went out and returned with an stage were elaborately decorated with the pink! paper of the East Coast, will bo An Insecticide and
sidering that but three years ago the unusually large stl'lngof trout.II. palms and plants under the supervisionof received at the Melbourne PostofOce. George Houston returned here Monday \ I
of the city was but a wilderness of Mr. Gallegher of the dining-room; staff from Kay West, where he left, thin lu DC Plant Food ;
A. well-known banker ,
the electric 'bulbs covered schooner Olga on dry-duck, undergoing
nilei-8, magnolias, palms and palmet- were I
from Chicago, with his wife and daughter The had
boys of
'. Miami, today, is the most impor- with colored tissue paper to soften the grand games repairs after a. stormy expeilenco on the Combined.
is the Plaza. Mr. Ilangan spendshis i
at base ball last
light. Full evening dress by !gulf const, during which her rlgirlnir ,
was worn ,
t;city of her age on the American with Mr. Peck at Petoskey e. M CrM M- .q
summers the of the hotel of the ladies and rudder were carried The
tinent. guests! many A jolly crowd went to Melbourne away. \
and doubtless from will ADVANTAGES
Mich. now on OF USE
schooner drifted for 48 hours :
/ at thu
powdering their hair in addition. Beach last Monday on picnic, and all report .
spend his winters with him here. Before the dancing a number of Im- a fine time. mercy of the elements, finally being Easy to apply, wind does not blow It
Please mention the ADVOCATE when Mrs. Edwin Rice and son, Edwin B. promptu tableaux were presented, and picked up and towed Into Key West, by olT, and rain will not wash It o IT. Prevents I
ting: advertisers. Rice, are at the Indian River. Mr. Rice two little girls gave a'pretty fancy dance. Mr. C. T. McBride has moved his stock a government vessel. The Olga was blight. Non-poisonous and will 0 i
owns some of the fastest horses on the The dancing which followed to the music of groceries Into his building on the west built hero on Gleanon's ways and was on not Injure anything except Insect life; (
New England race track, and he and his of the hotel orchestra continued till side of Maine street., her way to Brownsville, Texas, when an excellent plant food, and will Increase

Palm Beach. handsome pair are familiar figures on a late hour. Mrs. George Bell came up from Jensen, caught In the gale. growth of crop. Send for circulars and i
Beacon street speedway.R. I last week to attend the Chautauqua. She testimonials from those who have used ,
the of Mrs.I As advertising medium It. Try It-It will dQ all we claim I
was guest O. W. Bunter while an ; no
rof. Chas. B. and wife have L. Griffith of Providence, R. I ,
Cory raved Georgiana. on the East\ Coast can boat the DANKOIITH CHEMICAL Co., :
: from their trip to the everglades. has arrived here. He vies with Mr. Bennett here.Dr. ADVOCATK.paper Give us a trial advt. Or t Lc-omlnstor, Mass.R. ;
as the champion fisherman of the Norton, of the Sanitarium, Merrltt, J. Martlnay, Gen'l Agt. I
undreds of tourists have been and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth.
en- season. He read about the fish catchesin Mrs. Mary Munson is slowly improv came down to the Chautauqua and was I Jacksuuvilhe, Fla. ;
a in the this week.
ng ocean the pink paper, so started for Rock- ing. the guest of Rev. E. W. Butler and wife I

- II. McCauley, a popular guest of the ledge us quickly as possible. Mr. Grif- Mrs Carter, Miss Llllio\ and the two while here. -- .. I
I is around again alter a couple ofs tith swears by the ADVOCATE. little Monday at Mrs. Owens'.
ones spent Our town has been full of strangers :

of sickness. Orange growers here feel greatly encouraged Mr. Johnson, wife and two. children, during the )past week. Many of them Insecticides! and Powder Guns.
he ADVOCATE is now on sale at Hotel over the orange prospect. The I relatives of Mr. Baldwin: left last week were here to attend the East Coast Chau

)al Puiuciam,and the Inn, where tour- trees are shedding their leaves, and anew I for their northern home, after a. very tauqua.

w.me are pleased to get it. growth is coming:: on, which means I I pleasant visit with their friends and The orange: trees at this place are not

are Gilbert Carter, governor of the Batas another bloom and a crop next year. kindred. so badly hurt by the' late cold snap as Road the following from Mr Brown, HO well known on the East Coast :
left hero
ve-1 and Miss Carter, are still here as The few bringing oranges: good that are prices, Manager now Monday last :Mr. Lyman walked up as was at first\ supposed and our people are "Hvi'OMJxo, FLA, Nov 18, 18)8.! : r

nan'at guests of Mr. II. M. Fl.igler. are Peck of the: Plaza having some thirty- : far as Mr. Hughes', and enjoyed a pleas rejoicing over the fact. "MR. C. R. ,TYSEN,

barks L. Kurtz, of the Philadelphia live boxes, which he sells to private parties ant forenoon. The weather was delightful Miss Mary J. Holmes returned last "JACK80NVILLK:, Ff.A :
rig wirer, who has been spending several at $:$: per box; and yet, they say ; and every one was glad to see him Sunday to her home at Sharpen, after "Dear Sir-I have boon using the Laurel Green I got from you this season
ekg here, has returned home. there is no money in oranges. ho able to be out again after Ills severe. spending a week with her Goode fl'i mds' on three acres of Luaus, and never saw anything to equal It. There la not a wormto 1
illness. In Melbourne. bo soon. Put on with a 'nowdor gun. I find! land plaster! Is not required. It U {
he steamer Delia brought down over J. BROWN.1
acting well tomatoes and eggplants.
Saturday quite a number of our people Mr. Thuo. Mlsmcr h'as arrivedsafely In r
ty passengers on Sunday last but all
i 110 go to West Palm Beach,for ac- Ormond Beach. went to Rockledge. Mr, Munson Chicago, and taken unto himself a wife. Writo (o slue (Chart it. TJHCII, JackHonvllIe) for pamphlets and i
.A.I imodution. went over in his sailboat, accompaniedby We wl h. them joy and expect to see quotations.M. .
Mr. Peck and others; Mr. Kingman, them here before long. ._n. __ __ ..-- -- .- ---
[1'8. Governeur Kortright; a proml- Among the Pittsburg people at Hotel with Mrs. Kingman and their friends;
New York society lady, who spends Coquina, are Mr. and Mis. John II. Mr. and 1h s. Bliss, from :Minneapolis, Rev Wm. Stewart and wife, of Sea WISQKER:
winters in the south and summers at Straub and Master Walter S. 8trau who Yent over In their launch. Miss Kate Breeze, wore here last week, visiting ,.(
sport] is in Palm Beach will spend the greater part of March.Mr. Clark J. W. Brunor, A. L. Bruner, wife their son, Dr. C. II. Stewart, and his
daughter and Auntie family; also attending the Chautauqua. MANUFACTURER OF! ;
'aIm Beach was never so crowded and Mrs. E. W. Chapin, Miss Cha- and little
sat present It is useless for so pin and Miss Clara M. Chapin, of Holyoke Hughes," and L. Wagner were all passengers Strangers are delighted with Mel-

fny tourists to come here, for they Mass., are pleasantly located at Hotel on the Courtemiy and return, ex- bourne, and why not? It (fs one of the Umbrellas Parasols.
''not be accommodated, the rush is so Coquina, where they will\ spend several cept Mr. Wagner, who went on to MI- most attractive little towns on the Kant and j
,at. weeks. ami, to accompany his.wife and daughter Coast and has the most hospitable people.
I home. r
l!lev. J. T. Huntington, of Hartford, Mr. nnd Mrs. P. S. Brown, of Matawen, Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done AH work Guaranteed.
"min.: Dr. Harwood Huntington, of New N. Y.; Mrs II. B. Johnson! of Asberry Prof. B. F. Marsh, )principal of Eustls
Lotus. Branch: nil& W. Bay At. :-JO! Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
>''ki' ; and Chas. II. Walton, of Tituse Park N. J., and Mrs. S. A. Taylor, of Seminary, arrived hero last Saturday
I have N. Y. pleasantly located : morning take part In the Chautauqua. -
, been enjoying: the hospitality! En lI"htn\\'n, are -- -- '-- -- -- -- ----
Hotel Uoyal Poinciana,this week. at Hotel Coquina.Miss Stanley.Jones was seen in town Sun- He gave two splendid lectures Saturday
and Monday evenings to a large audience Bermuda Onion Seeds.
a. rank P. Curtlss of New York, presi"t E. E. Tyson, of Maryland; Mrs ..
of the whisky trust and of the Sixth N. S. Thompson and Mrs. A. M. Stites, day.Mr.. and Mrs. Bisbee visited Cocoa last Dr. George W. Holmes and wife, of P
4uue Street Hallway Company, is at of Henderson, Ky., who have been spend Fiiday. Hharpos, were among the visitors to the WHITE AND RED, genuine Tennerlfte stock, $:.:O per lb.

; Inn for a few days stay. He is ac- ing some time at Palm Beach, are pleasantly Chautauqua) and seemed to enjoy It very Texas Rust-proof Oat . . . . . . . . 60o. per bus
'npanled I located at Hotel Coquina for the L. D. Hancock was making calls in much. They there the guests of Mrs. A,
.lug' their by visit his wife much.and they are en- remainder of the season. Lotus Sunday. S.: Fee and Postmaster Ctoode's family. Florida lJ -day Oats ., ... . . . . . .$1.00 per bus.

very Georgia Rye . . . . . . . ... . 1.30 per bus.
was never so jolly as it Is J. N. Chalker, C. Wllburson and E. W. Last Friday evening a crowded house
\\raong Royal Poinciana the prominent. are arrivals Mr. J. Howard at Ho- this The winter.Coquina There is never a gloomy:: Provost transacted business In Cocoa met the sweet singer, Mrs. My rtes Chandler Florida Ryo . .,. . . . .t. . > . t. 2.50 per bus

'gaud wife of Albany, N. Y. Mr. face to be seen in this popular hostelry, last week. McDonald, of Chicago, the well. Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds
amusement on. known and listened with i
"K is president of the Albany County and there Is always some Our farmers are through replantingtheir soprano, un .
'Ings Bank, of the New York State Blind euchre and salamagrindi parties bean crops, and In about six weeks usual pleasure to her sweet voice. Her L. CAMERON Seedsman,
and driving wins the admiration of
tional Bank house full of fun, charming manner
two of the finan.llDstitutions create a beans
largest will\ be again.
,1 in the state outside of parties on the most beautiful beach in we shipping all who bear her sing and have the good t 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA.

w York City, the world are enjoyed every day. Mr and Mrs. Frank Blglow, from fortune to know her. Prof. Earl Ad. .. _.. --
. -- -- --- ---- --- -- -
Maine, arrived In town Monday night ams, won loud praise for his singing and
, I great many tourists have been turn- Mr. C:. W. Hawkins, the genial room and are stopping with C. D. Provost playing, as also did Mr, and Mrs. Pome- K.t bll.lm.l 1H70.
away because there was not a single clerk of the Coquina, conducted a partyof roy of Ankona, and Mrs Hoke of Jensen
ant room in either house. Most of twelve up the Tomoka river to enjoy There were several from Lotus at- and last but not least, Mrs. C. H
"n went to the Royal Palm at Miami. the enchanting scenery, After partaking tended the dance at Gilbert's Hall, last Stewart, for the splendid parts they all CAS1 E. TYSEN
luncheon, \Vedne doAyevenlng. All report a good ,
oplc of a most; sumptuous
dr. wishing to come to Palm Beach :: took In the concert.
r time the served on the veranda of the log cabin, time. .
during the remainder of
Successor to The J. It. Co. Established
meson I resumed their homeward jour ( Tyson 1878))
should the party Misses Black and Coats-
not fail to notify Manager to The Daggett
known Gallie.
is well Eau
!lrr as far ahead as possible ney. Mr. Hawkins sever worth, also Mrs. Thos. Green, spent from You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on
the traveling public, having. spent Wednesday till Friday at Canaveral, last -
al winters in the state. week. Bishop Gray will make a special visit
Grain Rice Meal Cotton Seed Hulls and
St. dedicate John's Hay Straw
. Augustine. Thirty-six players made up the large Two land deals In Lotus last week. church next spring to ,

progressive euchre party recently given S. A. Osteen purchased five acres from
the Ormond. The play lasted two Joe Bryan of Fort Pierce, has been Feed of all Kinds.
)XHcers at H. J. Allen, and M. A. Stewart five .._. ,
of the U. S. A., euchre was played.
Engineer Corps, hours. Slx-hand acres from J. M. Ennis. visiting his old friends and neighbors
been here on an Inspection tour. The first prize for ladies, a fine bandkerthesecoodvasbook here this week. POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat ,and Bone, Gravel, Cracked
rile by Miss Escott D. W. Lawson, of Bowling Green, Ky ,
ght pink paper-AnvocATE-may be by Miss Madison. The spent two days In Lotus last week. Mr. The sloop Princess, cruising on Biscayne Bone, etc., etc.

: at the news stand at Hotel AI- first men's prize, a cane, was gained by Lawson spent the winter here five years Bay, is reported to be on her return WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cereals,

ar.r.. Mr. Smith, and the second by !i. ago, and his friends here were pleasedto trip with all well on board. Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon. ,

James McLeod and daughter of Currier. see him. Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, accompanied FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnit, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

e t Intreal!city.| well known Canadian, are in Ormond beach now presents 'an animated R. C. Creech, of Banyan, was seen on by Archdeacon Brown, visited St. Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.
afternoons. Saturday. Mr. Creech John's church last Friday evening.A. .
streets will
scene on pleasant our INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green Paris Green Blue Stone London Purple Flour
ir,, Harry Nagle of Philadelphia has There is a good deal of driving, but cycling leave for Nassau this week. Ills many S. BoUford has severed his con. ,
t Creed here for the remainder of the Is the chief attraction, and the friend regret to see him leave, but wish nectlon with grocery store Sulphur, Bl-sulphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc.

d fonMrs.. Nagle will make the Mag- wide, bard shore seems alive with the him much. success. and gone; to Washington. ; D. G. Mrs BUILDING MATERIALS Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs,

a her home. tlaablng wheels. Numerous pdartireturn .' Botsford will remain here for some time Hair, Shingles, Lath, etc. '

r r. and Mrs. Frank B. Genovar, Stan- up from Ormond Daytona riders return the favor -, I Send the ADVOCATE an order for anj yet. I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS' ORDERS, Will furnish you with

y d, Leone enovar Genovar and the, Misses have gone Marie to, Erma Ha- and, many taking a spin down to Daytona or job printing yon need.] Mrs Albert Bennett has been sudden freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE,..FLA..

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t. I EVERY who raises fruits, .I very A 'lady much iq prize town recently who has bad a her cat bonnet she Florida East Coast Ry.TIME Jacksonville, Tampa

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_,, f f i, vegetables, berries or ,I attractive decorated plumage.with three She email came Into birds the of 1 TABLE NO.: 17, IN EFFECT JAN. IT, 1898. Key West R'y.

1 ; : grain, knows by experience house a few day. since and removing SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).
I her bonnet, placed it upon !the piano in o 74 o 88 NIOaR o
i.i 'the of having a I N.OO Tt 88 No 01 JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.
importance ?
the front room. An hour or two later y Dally 7 Dat1r STATIONS. lJ8: Da11y JAi117 DIlY Deny
Itx n. aux n Ex nI ,

f : .large percentage of she went for the bat again and found I ClOp 1top 920a 44fl L"............J ackllon nil. ......:::::A;: '"i4. ::::: 2005' ( 8011p i OOS( -.80UTH In Effect Feb. It '00. -NURTIINo. _
in pussy prowling about the room, tail cop lROpl0b 84OaAr......... t.AnlrWltlne..L" 1186 ..1100a l06p boa .209. No. 21. No. 87 No.23 NO. 32. No.
'06p ...... 10815& I .. .... ... ... '16a' 381 \o is .
erect while the bonnet lay in the mid .. ... /: atine..Ar II fillip +- i .
0 .......... .Bastin ........ .. .. ,. ... ... ... lMp 1201, 9208 L".JACK80NVILLE..Ar. ; 30ama 0 5p T 4U'o.
1511.1 I
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&.UL:; ; .. .. Park....... .. .
dIe of .. 943a ..
the of its iCte17&r .... .. Orange 8 1j2am ..
; I room despoiled ornament ...... ...... .......u....Palltk........ H' .L1' '11iP! ...... n... .l1Mp ... ...........P eons. ..... .... ... Npm '
1-1Potash-: and the birds literally torn into _....,. ....,. I04lla p05aLr"... .. ...... .Palatka .,.. ...Ar S 11\p.! .. ... .,.... .,.u i403a 292p17OOa.............Magnolla........... 6t3am 2l5p''S! .''.",
: fragments.-Lawrence A in'er Joan. ...........1I4 ry ......... as ateo..r..v 4 ..... ..... .... 12105 208p lu 1:11\: ....Green l'o v SprfDrs..... II 011 am 211" .: .
a lOI\Ia\ 8 qii Lr,.\.......8In MltfO..... ...... ... .Ar 815 815p .. ... ...... 1031 211tp II 0Ga ....... ..Palauca....... .,.. 600am 12811 845 P .....
I V4 D ..:... ff2i"Jllij!! :: Lv,....... .... t Palatka.-....... ....f "'JMji:::::. :::::. ...., ... ... ........ ..... ..,.......Iatsnma..u... ....,.. liMpID Ia
Julia Col 11 ton Flewellynof Lookport, U ...... 19211 1040a .. .... ...........Ormond.............. .. .0 1 11M ...... ...... 4 ..nun ..n(... ...r.... .... ....fl Pomona............ .. .. .... ..u.... ......< ....h
r. 'in 'Hs fertilizers. If the fertnizer N. Y. baa written drama entitled 11 rip ...... IOIlOa .............Daytona............ 8 4 1125ii. ..,... .,.... 4 ........ ...... ....... 11 lOa! ...CrescentCit Junction.. 854ampl .. .... "
II a new ..... 127p1058. ...........Port OraDr...... ... 887 111 ...... ...... Iona 213a 34e ,1209p ,......... ..8evllle.......... 830am 1240)1 1I000pb&) I.
t H : too low in Potash the "It IB the Law. The plot dealt SOp ,..... II10P 1110. ........... New Smy1'D. .......... 818 'lI8p ...... ...... 1 181lisp. 6055 246 a........ 1228p .....DeLeon Springs..... .. 2 '8a m .......). 4 III pm10p.50p :
., is with the law that Rives to the father ...... ...... .........Oak Hill........... 243 ..... .r.. ....... .. ........ ........ ....... .. ......... .OlenwOOd .......... ... ....... .. ;
,. I" 44. ...... r alp IJoep ............'J'ttDllnlle. ........... 208 404 ..... 1 Ada125P. 307a 19p12Mp...........Bereeford.... ...... 222am 120p'yy". ; "
:.harvest is sure to be small, and the first right to a child and .It closely ... .. ...... .... .............. Cltl Poln/............ 185. ,...., ...... ...... 7:5 a........ 440p 1 21lp Ar ... ..... L" n'..,.... l140a is620x
interwoven with the ... ...... SSip124lp .............. CocoA .-............ 128 881p............. 'J..lZ. ........ 330pI230pLT}.. Da1aad {Ar.......... 1220p 33f/pm .
t .of inferior quality. lion. .1.I Ua ...... StSp 12Mp ............. ............ 115 816 ...... ..... 1_ 317a ... ?;) ......Orange CltyJuno.c..n ,210a ........ .3 416pm..h.708a
...... ...... 'Zip 1 BOP ......... ....Jean Gaille............. 12 2 .... ...... ...... .. ...... .... .... fl30p .....Enterprl .......... ....... pmC.
r forcible argument brought ...... ...... 4eep JtI8p ..............lbou1'De............ 12 25O.. ..... ...... .....t. ....... ....... 316p Ar .....TITUSVILLE..Lv ......n.. .. 320PID
1.1 li Our books tell about the proper fertilizers) ever againstthat ...... ..... Il&p ... ..............Roeeland ............ 114 ..... ...,.. .... ...M ... ... ........)lt.Dora..4...... 937a.a30pm.
I foe all and will tend them unjust J law. ...... ...... 820p........ ......... ....8ebellttan........... 1l ...... ...... ...... .. ... 1....I... ....i..7. 601 .....:..Tavare. :.......... t 920& .........,",.....
1 crops, we gladly ...........8t. Lads ............ 1047 .,,., ....... 1 8 00 a 3 M a Mp Ar........ Sanford........Lv 140 a'm 11205 320 '
.. ,,/frr*torany fanner, I4 .:.:., 6220p SCOp .. ...........Port 1'l.roo........... 10 106 ..... ...... ii'u' .... 452a 54ap 204lp: ..........,.Orlando..... ..... 12DIpm 1042a P ID ''ii'p
Among the society leaden in Washington ..... ...... 648p....... .. ................ Edea............... a .. ...... .. ...... ..I....... '100 a 814p. 4 26p ..........Lakeland..... ..... 916 P 01 10 Ua 1210 2111pm "".
t QERT1AN KALI WORKS this winter will be Senora ,Vicuna ...... ...? 868p..... .. ...............Jen80n .............. .. ,....... ....... 94.a 800p o41Op.! (. ..?.... ...H.rtow.......... ... 615pm ,907, 520am rID .... ..
a ...... 'lOOp ..... ............ 8roar........... H 10121.... ...... ...... 710a 10Mp10MpAr..PuntaGorda..L" 82/Spm/ 620a ."?'
93 Nassau St., Nw York. wife of the Chilean envoy ; the ...... Q'rasp. ............Bobe 8od........... ..* ,. e ....N ......?.! 811a 820p 535p ............Tampa..:......... 737mtioa: 1000.m 1033pm. ..,
Minima Pnnnrafnta_. the Mlnaa HAY_ _M('...8Callsini. ...... Usily 748D :-..... ....... West JnDfter......... .,. .; ly ...... ... ..... .. ... ...... ......Tampa Hay Hotel.... .. ..... ... 807a .. .... ?..
niece of -----------01. ;::::: Ezuh 825P :::: Ar :.::.:...WeatPalmBeacb.;;...... 125a :;;;;: ........ 8Ma 8'50p! 820pAr..PortTampa;......Lv.100pm 73oa'1020sm I.......
Count Cassini of Russia LT ..........Palm Beach bul.........Ar 815.11 .. /
I. 'Tfi' 145p 1000p dlS P .... JJCkjtOOa Mon.Thnr.8at. 900p 9 ClOp LA..Port T.mpa..Ar. 11 00 P ........ Thllr.\un&T! : ;;
''a (MAS A DOCTOR'S DEGREE AN6 IS and many others Miss Cassini is 086a 81Op! 110p ........ Royal Poind.na ....... 11 1100& S lop ..... 1 p Tl1el.Frl.&lIun 3001' 3 OOp Ar..Key. Welt..L" '100pm ..... Wed.8al&M
beautiful. She speaks 'five lan .18a 04lla 9oop 120p ...... Welt Palm Beach..., Ar 8 10 800p ,...., 945p Wed.Sat&Mon 600p 800.. Ar.. ...... Ravana.Lv 1230pm.. .... Wed.8at.tI:
r, ALSO AN ELECTRICIAN. very ...... 100lla1 029p ... ... .............. Boynton.............Lv.. 187 ...... 1184p ...... ......
t4 guages and is an accomplished musician. ...... IOI ..... ...............Delral.... ......... 127 ...... 62Gp ...... ...... ,
1 .. .. 11 Ora .. .......1I'0r. Landerdal....... II ..... 444p ..,... ...... Dally t Daily except Sunday. lYon., Wed.and Fri.
11$7a 987p... ...........LemonCitl.... ..... II ...... ..... Train leaving Jacksonville 11:20.. m. arrive Gainesville 1:35: p. m, Ocala 2:10 p. m., Leak
t'' .. iVrench Title and. American Girl. 110.11 72' .. .. .......Mlaml. ..... ....Lv 8 OOa 8 406p..... .. a:110: p.m.. dally.
t AmMtlou lonnir SinKer. Tfntl-. Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and lira
'z fi BETWEEN NEW SMYRNA'AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of
'IDOB, from Colorado-A Wedding I Union Station, Jack80DvUle, at 9 m. Pll88engen
Dr. M. A. Slmtnons Liver Medicine by e o. B AT1 NS, o. 0. p.

rt r ) tldea-Top Floor Kitchen. expelling from the body the excess of v......... ... .......... ew IDrna......................... 1 INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
bile and acids improves the assimilative /p5pp 087. ............... .......... IakeHelen................ ......,..Lv3020. 454p417p Indian River Steamers leave TltusTllle 4:M p. m., Mondays Tuesdays Wednesdays and TkJ
Alice Mendell Woolger came .... ..... Lucle Kiveiand Intermediate
955. .Orenga City .a to l4. 488p20p1000eAr. days for St. landings; returning, arrive Titusvllle WednaAJ
from Vermont when a child and spent processes, purifies the blood .tones up / .......... Or.ngegtyJnnctlon.,.,.., .r.1,,... lOlOa 460p Thursda I, Fridays and Saturday at 12 noon. ."

i ranch of her life in Michigan, near De and strengthens. All trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction Daily except Sunday, W.General B. COFFIN Superintendent., .G. D.General ACKEUL7 Passenger

i' troit. She was educated under the supervision do
I ; k PV West_ Havana and Nassau,
of her father who was a Notice. Ji 1' -.T pKETWKST.

4 r graduate of Harvard and Universaliat The steamship) "City of Key Went" of the Florida East Ooaat SteamsUf
.Minister as well as a'physician. Company leaver Miami for Key Went on Mondays.Wednesday ml Fridays after arrival! Florida Contra! & Peninsular
NOTICE is hereby given that It is my Inten- train from JftcksonvUla, about 11:00: p. m., arriving at Key West next day noon. : Railri a
114 After she was married Mrs..Woolger apply, together with other citizensof Leave Key WHtIw p. m. itandard time) on Tuesdays Thursday and HaturdaTS, arrirlBf >
rand her husband 'went west, where they Brevard County to the next Legislatureof MIami next morning in tim to connect with north bound train. '
Florida to Introduce and pass a bill enacting I.
took an active interest in the social and a law to provide regulate and prohibit the running HAVANA The SUanmhlp "Linooln" of the Florida East Coast Steamship' Oompamj
religious questions of the day. She relates : at large of hogs, within the following territory l ave. Miami for Havana on Sundays< and,Wednesday after arrival of train from Jaekioa Time Table in Effect Jan. 16, 1800.Nos. .
in Itrevard County, Florida, as near as Tllle about 11HX: p.'m., arriving at Havana at 8:00[\. n.. Mondays and Thursdays.
4 some amusing experiences in circulating practicable about within the following teal. {.aT. Havana Tuesdays and Fridays at i.10:90: a. m. (standard time), arriving MlamaTTcaneidaya
e' petitions for prohibitory tory; t and Saturday in time to connect with north bound train.NASSAU. .
a I Beginning eight miles north of Titusville on Service for the winter season begins January 10, 1509. Proposed Balling M a: ac Z ..:. -c: :

I, one the west and one-half shore of miles Indian thence River thence southerly ran so west as follows: i- ?=.z = :;(/l a NORTHERN POINTS.h e m:;.z 1 M:;J I" 1313a :

to; run one and one-half miles west of Indian FROM MIAMI. FROM; NA $AU.. 'A A "='t1 A 'gym A Av A !
r River, to a point one and one-half miles west of -
' ,, n ;hepostofllceat Fort Pierce; thence southwest Tuesdays and Fridays, January 10 to Wednesdays and Saturdays, January 11 218p Lv Titusville FEC Ar. 64p 2 p
;i 2 OOa 11 OOa 6 35p Lv. St. Augustine Ar 2 top 10 30a
10 3h345a
/ H Ht to the north of the St. Lucie River thence rnary 4. to February 4. .
prong ; 43Op...... Scoa1210p 8 oop Lv..Jack onvfle...Ar 1 ClOp 9COa..... 92.1p' 9ita1g
1 easterly along said river to Indian RUer; thence Mondays, "Wfdneidays and' Fridays. Feb Tuesdays Thursdays and Saturday., February 430a 520p ?.... 842a ..,... 841lp Lv..Yule..Ar ...,.. Bit ...... 831p 806a'1
northerly along Indian River to the point of be 8 to March 81. 7 to 1.Wednesdays :
( ruary 55Op : .... 40p Ar..Femandlna..Lv .. .. OOp 730&
ginning. Tuesdays and Fridays, April 4 to and. Saturdays.. April 5 to 8'1Oa 716p...... l p Ar.... .Everett....:.Ar 10 II8a 4. p 83Osil T
lOfeb 31mar R. A. IIARDEE. April 28. April 29. 74l1a 846p..... .... ArBrenewickLv 9165 06" ..
; 8tamers depart from Miami and Nassau at 4:00 p. m. of days advertised, arriving atAMtination ...... ..... ... Ar..Savannah. ..oL" 922& ?... '. ...".
..... ..... OIla Lv.. ..Savannah..Ar
next 6 ClOp 1114a ...... ....
V. Notice. Connections made morning.at Nassau 'with Ward LIn. Steamers to and-front Santiago and .?... ...' ... 923p aArFalrfaxS. C..Lv 'i36a .....
: ...... ...... \ Denmark, BC Of 668a'
Oenfaegos Cuba, on certain dates. 1045p ? ....
; .....; ...... ...... Of ..Abgulta, Ga. Of .. .1.. ......
In[ the Circuit Court, in. and for Breyard These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats maybe expected arrive and ...... ...... '" .... :: Columbia. $. C. ':: UOa 730a..7.. .... ::::
t ...... .... .. ...... .920a..9. Spartanburg.SC ..... .
I i County,.Florida: depart from the several stations and ports but their arrival or departure at the times .. .
,J stated is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or any ...... ...... .... .. AlhevllleN.C. .... ",...
; -IN CHANCERY. oafeqnenoes arising therefrom.For ...... ..?.. ...... 00a Of Charlotte, N. C. 344a / ......
} Aaron A. PeOrauw, 0 copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street, Jacksonville or address ...... ..?.. .. .... Salisbury N.C. 238a. ... .. ':"
+ t VS. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... / "Greensboro 'C" 124a ...,., ",
Norman R. Johnstone and } Bill to Foreclose J. r. BECKWITH Traffic Manager J. D. BAHNEB, A. O. P. A. I' .... ...... ...... Of Danville,'Vs. 1206a 217p./ ... .,.. ::::
his wife Esther Johnstone f Mortgage. SAugmltIne .,,,......,.. ... ,. Of RIchmond. ?.... ....
-At.. -nl.. ....... ...... .. .... "Lynchburg. Va. J'26p ...... .. ....
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"Charlottesville 8t11p 216p ...i. .. .... ....
/rs appearing by the affidavit of D:Ganlden,
: IT ..?.. ...... ...... 642a 94519051' '' Washington SSop 11111a ...... ....
for the In this
attorney defendants complainant cause .. .... ... ... ....... SOOa1106a112ap Baltimore 43'ip 942a .,.... .? ....
3 that the Norman R. Johnstoneand .
.ijt:3 his wife Esther iohnstone'are nonresidents l- ,, ;.. ? ..;... "...r 1016a 118p 266a" Philadelphia .. 2'61' ...... .... ....
j ...... .... ...-.124:1p 623& 1New York "
353p ...... ...... ....
the age of of the twenty-one State of Florida years and and that are there both is over no \ .. _ij : _. ...... ...... .. .... 830phoop! 3001' "... ..Boston ....." ...... 720a...,.,... ..,,.. ,.,.'
A ;; ; t -?ray person in the whom State would of Florida bind service the said of defend.a subpoena 345a ...... .,.... ..... 800p Lv .Jacksonville Ar .,.... ....... ....... 8M' it
4 upon 8 lOa ...... ...... ......1012I1Ar..Everett..Lv ...... .. .... .... .. T
MRS. ALICE MENDKLL WOOLGER. ants, Norman R. Johnstone and Esther John- 330p .. .... ...... .. .. .. 1120a .. .... Atlanta.... ...... ... ... top 1t.
and the said .1.
that Norman R.
stone Johnstoneand ...... ...... ...... 930a ," .. .. Ilo
840p .Chattanooga' .. .
amendment which lived to be a part of Esther John tone reside at and their address ..... ..... lOp f745a
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She constitution of the state of Kansas Metallo Art Co., No. 103 fltuhop l street, ... 7':1Op: .Clnclnnatl. .. .. ..,... ...... ? i
Anderston, Glasgow: England, so said affiant is ;
and as well enforced as any other law informed and believes. It is therefore ordered yp.gi % 30, 38 and 34 make connection for Brunswickarri vine Brunswick 7:45,11.20 a in and 8:Hpaespectlvely.
..ef the commonwealth. that the defendants Norman R. Johnstone and t .. ; For New Orleans train leaves Jacksonville 9:20 a. m., with through epee*re, C:
his wife Esther Johnstone,be e iving New Orleans 7:40: a. m. Only through sleeper line. Arrives Jacksonville from Sew 0-
I That the city might be a'cleaner place and answer complainant's bill of complaint on 9 leans 6:40 p. m.

for her children to dwell in she went the 'so4 FFa SLEEPING: CAR SERVICE.

6 with,her husband to the polls and helped SIXTH DAY OF MARCH, A D 1899, No,. 31 and 32, New York and Florida Limited running!: between'. Augustine Jackson
1 or said bill will be taken as confessed, and the and New York A solid vestibule train consisting of composite, dining and drawing room]
to vote good men into office. complainant be allowed to proceed ex-part with sleeping compartment drawing room sleeping and observation cars.
While in Topeka Mrs. Woolger was said cause. Nos.35 and 36 Fast Mail Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the CInclu|
It Is further ordered that this order be pub- h yo Sleeper via Asheville. Also through sleeper between New York and Miami.
'l conference secretary, having charge of lisped once each week for eight consecutive Nos.37 and 38 carry through: sleeper between Jacksonville and New York in connection till
z 9's' wE'oklln the INDIAN RIVKII I I 8 and 13 and 7 and H with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and 1
ADVOCATE a news- ... "r NGF r Tampa. t
Kangas aperlubliabedat Titusville, Drevard county, ,; No.30 carries Cincinnati, Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta n
Florida. Chattanooga and Cincinnati. This is brought to Jacksonville by No. 33. These trains also bud'
organizer when the branch included all Witness the Hon. Minor S. Jones Judge of the 8t. Louie(via Louisville) and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between tW
said court as well as the seal of said court at Cities and Jacksonville.
.the westward to the Pacific.
} territory the court house at Tltuaville, this December17th Nos. 29 and 30 handle through sleepers betwt en Jacksonville and Cincinnati: No, 30 opera i
Mrs. Woolger was elected organizer 181)8.dec2398) 9 p m at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers.
A Ofvnr. /1JpKa1Ib! ; checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city tick
+ for the State Kindergarten associationof A, A. STEWART, ogan as well as at the Union depot ticket office.
Kansas and chairman of the legislative [Seal ] Clerk Circuit Court. L. A. SHIFilAN, A. O. P. A. F.C. WRIGHT Dig. Pass. Apt.; 202 W Bay S:

committee, in which capacity she A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.

s several times presented the cause to the Notice to Debtors\ and Creditors. z7

,legislature through the state board of )'

h education. persons having:; claims against the es. 1 r ta.
l During residence in Chicago Mrs. ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina -D--
4 Woolger studied theoretical electricity.attending' in this county are hereby required to present

the lectures of Professor,, nihlicatlon said claims of this to notice me within otherwise one year this from notice the SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !IFinest SouthernRailway

a Thwingof the Northwestern university.: will be pleaded as a bar to such claims All persons .
:Mrs is owing. said estate shall make payment to Cuisine And Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ;
Woolger a graduate of a college me.
The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I
\ .f suggestive therapeutics and medical feblO-marSl W, G. FR1NK l
i electricity and has taken a degree as Administrator. "Comanche" (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquols, "Cherokee, "Semlnole

1 j doctor of suggestive therapeutics. She NorthBound.Steamers .

p' las lived in St. Louis two. 'ears.-8t. Coquina, llrevard Co., Florida are appointed to sail according to the tide Most Excellent'Service Ever Offered Out of Florida.

a Louis Star. From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.
-- Fish Law. From CHARLESTON, S. C., .. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays

rr. The Girl He Left eldnd. ,- For hour of sailing sue "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers \ NORTH EAST, WEST. :

,Oh the girl I left behind me Notice is hereby given that I will .Introduce SouthBound.Steamers .
} When I marciw'y from horn., a bill in the next legislature of are appointed to sail from Pier 2(, East River, New York, at 8 p. m., as follows I .
4. 61 Was the for CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
sweetest teary malden CARS
Florida law ( the THROUGH PULLMAN ,
That e'er bade a lover enacting a regulating For JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondial. Wednesdays and Fridays. DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING

J i, I. And my dreams were brightened roam; by her, in taking the waters of food of fish Ikevard with seines and nets Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.) THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS.

For I dreamed the nicest kind- county. (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
All of home and grub and mother HENRY L. PARKER "STEAMERS" .i
t }l And the girl I left behind. jan27-nmrl7 Representative. are appointed to sail as follows i "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITEp."

From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis'. Wharf Boston, Solid Pullman Vestibuled Limited. Drawing Boca
Yes I did my stint of fighting. F1UUAVS. .ItIDAYS.Clyde's Dining Library, Compartment
And I had! my fever too, Road Law, _?__ and Observation Cars between St. Augustine and ;New York

And despite the blazing climate "WASHINGTON "
t I came out as good as new. Notice is hereby given that I wl1\\ -in- .
When they gave the homeward order troduce the of Through Vestibuled Drawing-Room Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New to*
t a bilUn! next legislature;
I j t All the thought that filled my mind JacksouvUle.I'alatka. Sanford Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.,John's River. via Jacksonville Savannah and Columbia without change.
Florida road law for the
a. 'YYVas the fact Unit I was speeding enacting a -The elegant Iron SlUewhuel bteamers /
i ? Toward the girl I left behind. county of Urevard giving to said county "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.. "FJU:DI{. DeBARY," "UNITED STATES FAST MAIL"
certain rights and privileges, authorizing CAPT. W. A. SHAW. CVllt.'X. W. LUNU,Jr.
I *Oh, you should have seen the welcome the levy of special road tax In each Are appointed to sail as follows PuUmaa Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars between Jack'.on"m. and New Tort

1O That they heaped upon us there! commissioners' district, and providingthe Leave Jacksonville 3:30 p in dally except Saturdays Leaves Sanford 9:00: am, Enterprise 9:30: Embracing
They fed us and they kissed us by which such tax will\ be a m, dally except !Sundays.: Service strictly first class In every respect. Lynchburg, Charlottesville
process (
L ( And And they fondly mussed our hair. levied and expended, (also providing the tlOU'fn 1I0UNU. SCUEDULE UU'I'U' UOUNU.tead Washington Baltimore and Philadelphiaf
I vow It
really dazed I

When I reacted up to find me manner domain of exercising In the right of emi- Leave} 3.30 down I'. 111. ............ ....,..t... Jack onville................... Arrive Read 2.00 up.a. m. LoftisrUl Drawing-Room Sleeping' Cars to Macon. Atlanta Chattanooga, (CUota *
There were fully five and twenty nent openingjoads. .. 8.M p. m. ....................Palatka... ........ .. ........ ... Leave 8.00 p. m. Birmingham Kansas City aad 8,. Louis.
4l t Ot the girl I left behind. HENHV\ L. PARKER, .. 8.00 a. m. ........... .. ...... .. Astor. .. ... \\/.30 p. m.
4; -Cleveland Plain Dealer Jan27-marl7 Representative II '.30 a. 111. .....,.......,..........8t. Francis..n...... 1.00 p. m. Through, Pullman Sleeping Cars to
4 II a. m..., ....... .. ......... Uere.forll........ .r....... 12.00 a; m. the
8.00 a. m..................... ..IJ1ue 81Irlng.' .......... .......... .. 11.00 a. m. Cincinnati via Columbia and Asheville, Through
Arrive 8.110 a. m. ........?... ............8anford.......,...... .,....... .... 9,00 a. m.
; _*!; }MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. 11.26 a. m. ...... .....".. ............Ent.rprlll ................"........ 11.110 a. m. "LAND OF THE SKY."

I +I I Gen'l ,Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. D.mU Daily Limited Trains For Cincinnati via Everett

''R.t Florida. New York, w. H. WARBURTOM, T. P. A., I IRONMONGER, JR., Fla. Pans. Act.. ,
1.d '7 Philadelphia and Boston.. ft UowllnK Green New York. I 204 West Ray St..Jacksonville, Fla. For' detailed information to schedules et4-. applt"
t 0.1'. LOVKLL A sat. Flit 8ui>t.. ,I JOHN. L. HOWARD Superintendent. ag.at.t the SOUTHKAM as rates sleeping car reservations.,
I From Itrniiswlck (direct), to New York. Jacksonville Fla. Foot Hogan St., Jacksonville Fla. or III oos.ectlons.B. : I

I I '""'' :y PASSENGER 8EHTICK.To TIIEQ. G. KOKU, T. M., 5 Bowling Green, New York.
r war P, Cl/VDK CO., General Agents, ,
I I ;. To make connections with steamcm, leave Jacksonville 5 Bowline Green,New York. lit 80. Delaware AT*.. Philadelphia. W. HUNT, Florida Pus Agt: 313 West Bar Street JaduonTillt, D11J. ,
on Thursdays at d;00 p. m., via Fernandina and "Oov. Saftonl"Cumberland
't ( Route). Arrive Uruiuwlok 2:00.: Dinner en Y. GULP. W, A. TURK, '8. H. HAIDY
I II I: route, Or via all rail, IeVI nil JacksonvlSle/ 4W p. m. (V.' C. Tram i Manager 0.5. Art Oen. fas*
J'1'1: r.),.via Everett and Southern It'y. Arrive Brunswick 8:15: FOR SALE. Home-Grown WasalagUui, D. a .P.A.c"b. O. Atlas
\ p. m. 1'asnongort on arrival go directly aboard steamer ... January 17. 1800.

.' Xr,New York, rier 21 E. R., 3::00o, m., Standard Time.) I>.Hrursirlck. *

1 Friday Feb.14., ".STEAMER..r.r........ ......Frida,, Mar. 8
Friday, Mar 3.,.RIO \\ ..I.1'lda'; !2 Of the following Varieties :
I' rriday II 10............... .. COLORADO.,.Friday, IT PItINTINC
; Friday IT...... ...n. .... .... .. ... .. .RIOOItANDE......?...,. ..,".......Krlday, 8tSI Abbaia, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen Ripley Queen, Smooth JOEOF
.. Friday, U...... .......... ... .. .. .. .COLOlt UO.. ...:........,,. ......Friday, It
Cayenne Pernambuco and Red
For ienerallr.torwatlon.steamers.tr.lnlt.ratell. eto. apply to any railroad agent or to Spanish. ALL KINDSPRINTING
I II 1JA81L 01LI", 8. A.,V0 W. stay $t.Jaoksonvlll. Apply to O. C. MATTHAMS Florida Pineapple Co., Executed .t the
'. n. H.; RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga. .
4 i 0. U. MALLORY General l A&ellt.I'lu :M, K.: ,River, and 380! Broadway, N.Y. Wilt Palm Beach, Fla. I ADVOCATE OFFICE.



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HOTELS- l-the-year-round. ST. AUGUSTINE 1.
ROCKLEDGE-Plaza Hotel.

DO YOU EAT ORANGES Do you want to see them \In all their glory-on
the tree In full grove form f Do you want to pick them ? Then go to'Hook
ledge on the Indian River. The beautiful new I'lallUutells the hotel. Come
I ST. AUGUSTINE. and you will be pleased Fishing, sailing, driving, duck hunting, and 'shoot
Ing alligators all make up amusement for you while thel e. The table, service
$12OOO expended on Improvements' and new furnishings, this season and social evenings at the Plaza have become famous. For the best our
Hydraulic Elevator, Hot and CoM Water Ilntlis on each 'floor; rates are re otlable. 8. II. PECK, Manager
also Private llatlis added to several suites and Heating; Arrangements -
are a few of the improvements added this season, making this jSee Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and
popular house one of the most comfortable and well equipped hotels In the rates.
South. Write for booklet


New Rockledge Hotel

Il HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach, ,

A New Hotel, on the same side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal ON INDIAN RIVER. .
Poinciana. LEON II., CILLEY Manager
Entertainment for guests Includes bowling alley, livery rowboats for lulling( ,
HOLLY INN, Daytona, and dally excursions on launch to points of IntciTKt. shell roads Rates' $;Z.iIO
and $:U llor day. Correspondence solicited. II. I'. SHARK*,
: Facing the beautiful Halifax\ River; finest bicycle roads In the State Piopilvtor.)
MKltltlTT (MiTrltf Island).
THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, '

) Opposite Alcazar, Ponce do Leon and Casino, and among the date: palms. Nevins' River view
W)[. P. KENNEY, Munager .

Send for booklet. GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.

On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport No better Hunting! and
I The St i George Fishing In Florida.

ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. C, D. TYLER, Owner and Mg'r. Open from January 15lh, 1800. M. I U. MA1IO.Y.
TEL I _._..
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The Palace Hotel of the South. ---------- ------- ----

[American and European plans. We cordially Invite the patronage of the best Corner of the Plaza and St George Street. In the very center of the city. WEST PALM nl ACII.Seminole 4

Lercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Strictly first-class In every respect Rates: $2.50:> per day and upward
Union de DOt, at highest point In city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke Special weekly and season rates.
b i trains. Every modern improvement known to i science. Cuisine unexcelled Hotel !
oy hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, AmWcTon"pian, ;
9 to $4.0 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Jr., Manager. Capacity 210. Rates reduced from $1 to $2:! and OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

$:3 per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving: ; the comforts WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
and service without the cost of the more expensive ones Klevtttor,
Holland ATLANTA, GA. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths, etc Correspondence or personal This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
ie e investigation may save you much. Open until may the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel
27-29 Auburn Avenue. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $::1.00ler) day and
Du. T. A. WORRALL, Manager. J. T. SKILES, Prop'r.
upwards; special rates by the week or month.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.
|Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. .
Hotel. --
Algonquin "
MBS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, .. .
,ulPi qi hlndyo F O.d "S. ,o... WEST: PALM REACH: FLA.
Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1G29.!) > King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FIA.I I The Palms I t
A first-clans hotel, situated on beautiful Laker
..).e fitted, new,1 y fnrUIBhUU and underf Worth, opposite\' Royal Point-Una. Klcctrlolights,
new management Centrally located electric bells, baths, etc. $2: $:.!.M and $3: per (day Special rates by week.
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA.S near,all points of Interest. Large sample The Palms' West Palm Reach, Fla.
room for use of traveling men. Over
looking Plaza and Monuments. A full
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. view of the ocean and rolling breakers MIAMI.HOTEL .
S Sweetwater't t Park Hotel t I
e MOST BEAUTIFUL I1E80UT HOTEL "' from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric
AND GROUNDS IX THE STATE. bells and a perfect system of sewerage.

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A Rates: $2.00 to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. MIAMI MIAMI, Biscay nay, FLA.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring nmI"Its health- I
producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and Pleasure grounds, extending five hundred feet to Aver\ ; boating and fishing;
under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .eight hundred feet veranda. >
Write for Illustrated Booklet JAMES E. IIICKEY, Proprietor, THE ABBEY THOMPSON JOHN BOWEN
Lithia Springs, Ga. Near the City Gates. St. George Street. A. Propr. S., Manager.

Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. ,
Hoe Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day.

Special rates by the week or season Hotel Connolly I MIAMI, FLORIDA.


Best $2,00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week.O. .

Season 1898-1899. Open 18, 1808. Proprietor.

The St. James This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY It i Is centrally located, near -
needs no introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small
Postoffice, Bank and Cathedral. MAGNOLIA SPRINGS FLA.
inning in 18W( the St.: James has increased in size and added to Its appoint- ,
Rooms COets to 1.00 day $1.50 to $0.00 week.
ts with per ; per
increasing popularity of the touilsts' travel to Florida.
The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground In Jacksonville, ,- V. D. SANCHEZ?:, Manager. Hotel MAGNOLIA SPRINGS, FLA.,
DC the St. James Park. Magnolia Springs
Baggage checked to all points.Its (St. Johns River).

music, as in the past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or I'ALA TICA.Graham Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa A Key
stra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the West Railway and liver stcamem. Open fires in all rooms. Steam hont.
nagement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes.) Well-kept golf course.
:azure of its guests. Address by mail or telegraph, Hotel Tonnls, Shooting, Fishing, Boating, liven, Swimming pool. $3.00 and $4.00
J. R. CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla. PALATKA, PLORIDA.The per day. O, I). SKAVEY:) Manager.

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only Brick Hotel in town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year lt.,ilem|>tlon and THI 8..1....
round. Service strictly first-class. HoiiKcpatliic
Jotel Placlde| JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Rates $2.50; per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. The State Treasurer- has remitted to

New Management. Mus. M. L. BAWlIART, v the following East Count counties re'\
,, Proprietress.OJIMOND. celpts from the sale and redemption of
.' tax sale certificates dining the month of Dyspepsia Powders.
Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel In the city. All conveniences. _. January, 1890, ns follows: Brovaid,
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Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample'Room accom- .37. 1); Dade, $0.00; St. Julius, $$28.-IU; .
modations for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. Volusla, $50.07.A Cures IndigostlonSour Stomach:; Eruc-
Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE .......,-
tlon ; olclllngs, Piles, Itching of
WILSON & CO.Travelers' HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-IlESEA, FLA. Frightful Blunder Skin, Llver/Troubles, Palpitation

Will often cause H horrible burn, scald, 'of the Heart, eto.
Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. cut 0",brulso. Ilucklon's Arnica Salve, -
the best In the world, will kill the pain
Ne'l M. VANOE, Proprietor.MELROSE and promptly heal It. Cures old sores, JlUCC'I'IOX8A: powder' bcfoio mcaU.
he Hotel. fever sores, ulcer, bolls, felons, corns, and at bedtime.
Management. .,- -- all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on ,I
------v----- HALL ORMOND, FLORIDA earth. Only 25o a box. Ctiio guaran -

SYDNEY HAIGII, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. l teed. Sold by F. S. ChafTeo/ druggist.. Twenty Powders, 'l:) cents..

On the Halifax'River, and one mile from the Sea; situated In a grove of -
palms! and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot Berlin has the smallest elephant In Depot:
Electric Lights, Electric Bolls, Baths, Complete Service. water. First-class In every respect.. the world It U only one meter high

THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA :' Facilities\ for driving, boating and fishing., Terms moderate. and weighs eightykilograms. SAMUEL EDEN, M, D'., ,
r Take car at,the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. BROOKLYN, N. T.,
That Throhblnjf Headache
------ 1310 Uu.hwick Avenue.
Y Would quickly leave you, If you used!
Dr. King's, New Life Pills. Thousands,
otel Roseland l JACKSONVILLE, FLA. of sufferers/ have provod 1 their! matchless FREE .
> IN'=IAN' RIVER HOTELf, merit for kick and nervous headaches.
They make pure blood and strong; nerve
On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling and build up your health. Easy to take. CONSULTATION
TITUSVILLE, them. back If not cured.
Roseland must bea Try Money
eys, tennis other amusements.
court, croquet grounds and Sold:: 1 by F. 8.ChalTuo, druggist.( / with our homo treatment. We are
to be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call and see us. The INDIAN RIVER, .. physicians, and you get the benefit
!l 111 of River. Take car at station. Tran-
Jacksonville.\ Located on St. John's
FLORIDA. of our experience. No matter what
;at rates, $6.00 to $10,00 per week. Stop on your way north or south ate ITEMS OF INTEREST. your,trouble is, how simple or how, i

S. R. KNOX, Manager. hopeless, wo can do you good, andif i
J. O. MAST, Nearly all the gold coin In circulation -
we can't we will honestly tell
In the Sandwich Inlands ii of United you
Manager.; so. Thousands of tired, weary, sick
States tnlutago.
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. and hopeless people have been entirely
OTEL OXFORD St. James Hotel. A MiMonrl man filed as an answer to ,
Opposite and cured
r Open nil the Year. bit wife's iDlt'for divorce an agreement permanently by t

comfortable and I both "to disband."
signed by
Convenient commodious rooms rp4 -
I to all parts of the city, COMPOUND
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas Only a few minutes A meteorological department in con
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In tt I ,p walk from Railway stations nection with the federal telegraph serve OXYGENWhy
BOn v\11e.\ and steamboat land- Ice baa just been established in Mexico.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY. Propr. ,, i s ings. Madrid f is the moot elevated city in not take heart again and Investigate

On the banks of the Europe. It is built on a mountain plain this great principle. We have

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. far-famed Indian River.KOCKLEDQK. or plateau 9,200 feet above the level of thousands of testimonials. Send t<)t

fie Andreu House the sea. book on home treatment, wonderful
No. 318 Newnan St cures to the sick, etc., tree
without board, 500. Turk 1':.t With 11'1.g.t.. r
a per American' and European. Rates, $1.00 per day.. Street Rooms cars, passing' house connect Knives and forks are not popular gastronomic DRS. STARKEY & PALLEN
day. Special rates to permanent guests. ijfJTVJ&V"
tool with the Turk The ,
, at No.
with trains and boats ,Ask Mns.conductor D. A. ANDItEU to stop owner and Iroprletor. HOTEL INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE, FLA. thumb and two forefingers do all the '
work have in the cane of soups ar ice 1112 CI rani St., IMillu., Pa.

--- The largest, leading end beat located hotel at this beautiful resort. when the spoon is used as a tiara and Ot|7 feb 800

I 75 Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75 Rooms at f3.60 per day; 75 Rooms at $1.00 per labor Barer.
day Special Weekly Rater M. L. Chauer, Milton, Fla., writes:
The ADVOCATE does neat clean Job Printing The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-heated balls and sleeping rooms. arWe would esteem the favor If pur Have used Dr M. A. Simmons Liver }
Electric light plant elevator and orchestra.' The perfection of cuisine and readers, when writing or calling upon Medicine 26 years; would be lost with
service Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES. our advertisers to purchase merchandise, out it. It not only cures ailments, but
W Prices to Snit the 1 Times. S. PROSKEY. eto., would mention the ADVOCATE. in my.family I is a preventative fif dtaeaaa.


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; 4H I -- .a f Temple" The congregation was large, by Mr. W. IL Harris, who is also a professional S. "W" OAe: ROZz:
4l filling the church. The mhsic was under violinist, and In their usual jolly ROBBINS & GRAHAM ,

f f'f't f'I : the direction of Mr, Bunker; :Mrs. Hoke manner played and sang many of the GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of
was organist$ The sacrament of holy latest and most patriotictongs of the All tyl{

.jl r b.iptlftm was administered by Archdeacon I day, which were highly appreciated"- by ...La"".yore... Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage SolicitedTITUSVILLF
r Brown to the child of Mr. the guests. '
Wills, and after the sermon, I FLORIDA
I between
Many of the pine-apple growers
l I sr the holy communion, of which seventeen Fort Pierce and Jensen are much WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
1,1 1,1t partook. This makes the third I I

Episcopal persons church opened on the lower. the interested orange In trees the between orange culture.the two now places, as UNITED STATES COURTS." =. L. :seAIj: :: : &:, :S O.
I within the of Archdeacon
t t 4 liver B. F. Brown jurisdiction within fifteen named are unhurt by the lath cold almostIn wave, Groceries Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries JJ
!,i BENJ. W. JEROME. I and many of the groves are now f
months. The also found
bishop a new
;, : ... church at West< Palm Beach, erected full bloom, and it Is understood that ABSTRACTS of Title Fnrnlshed And Food Products of all kiAls. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal "r I
I < within the also one at New River. during the coming; season all those who Food and Wheat. We are-the only house on Indian River dealing eiclusWl i
r' State Repiwcntative PENNSYLVANIA : year; have a wind break or who can build one, Invite correspondence and 1
the above line of ods. We your solicit
g your
Steps are now being taken to build one Brevard and Dade patros
IRON(( WORKS CO., for Fort will plant an orange grove on the front for Lands in Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville
h the Sale: of ULOHB OAS ENGINES, at Jupiter and Fort Pierce. At hammock lands, which in many places ,p4Lo.sley
1 t. and Pierce, Mr. DIttmar has most generously Conn ties .
Marine Stationary.: I will not grow pineapples for some unknown .
given a lot 100 feet square} elligibly
the finest
i I cause, but will $grow
; 'r. Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE I located for a church, and at Jupiter and best that have ever been .
oranges; & .Mot1owL.<
Ti OAS MACHINES. Safest, Cheap I Ex-Governor Gleanon gave the archdeacon .
I placed on the markets. a movement We have large
,. ellt and Kent light/ for private dwell- a lot last year, and a church would would be a wise and profitable :

lugs and ftlnrea. have been erected there before this, but one, as our growers very would not be entirely of Lands owned by x (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
for the freeze of that year.
.rht dependant on the one crop (pineapples -
t address For prices, catalogues and estimates, ), but a few years while the orange ourselves and clients. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and WW>dSF

I' 1 KILLED NEAR GEORGIANA.Our trees are growing to maturity and then
i.l and
Ales Stout.
Bottled Beers -------
they would have both a summer and ,
: Rockledge, Fla. winter' which would give employ- Price for unimprovedlands I
GeorgIana correspondent says: ment during crop the winter when there is A First-class ,Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Table
Last A. L. Bruner and his brother
Friday but little be done in the pine culture. $3 to $100 and careful
to Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt attention given: to
': The AnoeDser-Bascn Brewing Asso'ion J. W. Bruner, went over to the II1J.ord.rs .
beach, at Oceanus. An they were starting Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville.I

1 '. I Famous St. Loner Keg and Bottled Deer.I' home they discovered a large alligator Bovine. per acre. ,
I'' near the dock. They got a small -
.. i Hold by 1\lelli.LoRley& Motlow Tltusrllle, Fla. rowboat and chase. After quite an _
f'' By Mr. J. V.Crahb, Cocoa, via.r gave Clady Stewart visited the family of WE have a few Residence, Orange
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort Pierce, Fla. exciting race, J. W. Bruner succeededin last week. J j-
J. Stewart desirable
B. in
killing the monster with two well- Grove and Pineapple Properties -

t ; .4 ...JOSEPH ZAPF... I directed loads of buckshot. They towed I II The school house has been started, locations. Prices Reasonable. A LESSON IN COOKING
\ % I him ashore and loaded him into their' and will be ready for use in a week or so. -
sailboat and brought him home. Mr. i hi A course dinner so as to have it done sit I

h: ': J Wholesale Beer and Liquors. Munson'a team hauled him over. He traded Fred their Houston horses and Sadie'Gene anU Stewart have OFFICES { TITUSVILLE isfactorily, or in baking or roasting:, cj
and MIAMI. Il
measured exactly ten feet, eleven inches. Dlarnond'i be given the cook that uses one of i eaI
V' 1 I 'Ve8tDny Street, Mr. Peck went up with his camera and Fred Houston Craig ( I Steel Ranges, such as she never had |
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+ JACKSONVILLE; FLA. photographed the old saurian as he lay Will Holloway left on Tuesday, for quitea
on the wagon. The brothers were' very stay in the Everglades. fore. Flaky pies, light cakes and wet.}
much elated over the capture. They' baked breads, with a small consumption
i s
Fred Houston
HENRY R. THOMAS had often been hunting together before, dance Mr. Friday and Mrs.night last, when about gave 75 a MILLINERY.rrand coal, delights the housekeeper. Our stoc'J!
but succeeded in
never gettingsuch
: were present. During the evening a of steel ranges, cooking and heating store
: large game. A few years ago, and aboutone persons |
{ ,,,,IA VILLA PHARMACY mile above the same place, A. L. very nice refreshments were served. is worth looking, at.
b Quite a few people from Hunterville, DRESSMAKING.
Bruner killed a large bear, weighing .
Keeps all Kinds of about 000 pounds. Pineda and Eau Gallic were present. .

and Toilet Articles. Several rattlesnakes have been seen C r.
Pare Drags Fancy
K, here the past week. On Saturday Jas
u f; Prices to unit. Southern, Hopis MockIng ON A YACHTING TRIP.Mr. Henderson killed a large one near the .

t Bird Food fresh every day, 25c. lb., willow slough, and on, Sunday Fred I JAS. PRITCHARD & SON,
( 1H' -Ibs. $1. and Mrs. F. N. Young and Mr. F. Houston was digging in a gopher hole I

I I. ; 801 Adams St., cor. Madison, E. Thompson, of Arlington, Mass., arrived after a snake which had gone down, and 1.1'U.e'V1.1.1.e; F'lAr.
In Titusville 'on Saturday last In out.
JACKSONVILLE FLA another and much larger one came
their Gertrude. This
trim-looking yacht
3. The school children celebrated the '
yacht stopped over at several places on
I !'* For Sale her way south from Boston, including 22nd. Quite a programme was rendered ESTABLISHED 1875.
dinner at
which was
: after a picnic
Jacksonville and Daytona; and on her

f ; At Daytona, Fla., five and ten acre out arrival on here Nelson's she was' immediately and thoroughly hauled the school'Gene house Klniard grounds.raced their Mr. Wingateand horses, w-m.. .. ::eO-creS:: & CO.

? lots choice vegetable and orange lands. overhauled. The Gertrude ways has two ten- Maude and Billy; then 'Gene Stewart
Cheap for cash, or will make liberal Hopkins, Clady Stewart A. Wingate, 1 ftr
I horse-power Globe gas engines, and is GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS! R |
1 terms. Address, lighted throughout with acetylene gas.; 'Gene Kiniard and Fred Houston rode a ..- ,
,+ BUCKMAX which 'Gene Stewart
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She I is also supplied with a fine search.
1 22 Hogan St., Jacksonville, Fla. light.; came off victor. In the evening a dance r ,6 East Bay Street,.JACKSONVILLE, ,FLORIDA.

4 Messrs. Young and Thompson are the was given at Eau Mr.Gallie Stewart's.'were Those Mrs. present Geo.- We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hal;
"Sam Perkins\ Dyeing" well-known manufacturers of that celebrated Houston 'Gene Klniard, Mr. and Mrs.A. Mail Orders Solicited. Satisfaction Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright anil
I nerve tonic, "Moxie," of whibh and Stella Guaranteed. dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co. I
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed nearly two million bottles were sold last Wingate and daughter, !
I Pineda Mrs. Stewart Mr. Star Brand F'ertlUzers-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Grant
''i? and repaired. Dyeing all its branches. season. The Gertrude, with her jovial Dukes; from Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Bone.Nitrate Soda Muriate of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kainlt, etc. These fertilizers han ncl
1 Old clothing made to look equal to new. party on board left here Wednesday, for and Mrs. Joe and Hopkins John and children, R. Titusville Fla. superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
All orders by mail or express promptly all points of interest as far sooth as Livingston Hopkins.

x attended to. Prices low. Work good. Miami. We acknowledge a pleasantcall. .
Satisfaction guaranteed. J3T" Reading notice ads. on this page "

SAM PERKINS, Cleaner Titusville and Dyer, Fla., are five,cents per line per week. MRS; DEISNER'S BOARDING ,HOUSE, i The "Ideal Hat Fastener.

k 10 years in Sanford, Fla. ORANGE AND GRAPEFRUIT TITUSVILLE, FLA. : :

r! TREES UNINJURED.ANKONA Wanted, Bicyclists will find ita Boot n,

General Merchandise Store for For the summer months, situation as Board and Room One Dollar Per Day. The most useful and salable. invention oqt. No hat pins required{ for hats 01
i I Sale or Rent.r FLA., Feb. 29, 1800.I caretaker of hotel or private property. ., -
Understands lawns, flowers, shrubs, etc.Address .. bonnets. .f
Editor Indian Rica Advocate Send for
I : no n Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits
Has good location, good patronage People living In South Brevard, between K. it.M enl, tt, Fla. When in need of White and Rye Bread, and circulrrs. Address, "I. H. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
( and comfortable tenement; also stock of I Sebastian and St. LucIe rivers, Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner'sCity ISf Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga
goods and all fixtures, etc., for store and I know that orange and grapefruit trees Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses,
hotels and families supplied.
i post office complete. in that territory were absolutely untouched
Address, A. J.'OLDS, p. u., by the low temperatures of the East Coast Meat Market .
Waveland, Fla. recent cold wave.
I' It Is more for your readers in other THE MOST COMPLETE; Chance> of a Life Time l I!

parts of the state and now residents that O. F. DUREN, Agent.CD the
A CHOP THAT PAYS. I[ state the facts. The cold weather of = Electrical Supply House In

i1 December, 1891! and February, 1893! ;), CD : state.
Il Ginseng is what want to think which aid untold damage to most orange s:>> ao at
will sold
yon .A be arrrl
.THE JOHNSON LAW CO magnificent property
about. You know it /grows wild. We trees In the state, did no damage II
whatever In South Brevard. The cold ty
i % cultivated OlllIc'IIglast year and made : .
ninety pounds per acre. Ginseng is wave of the 13th inst. found orange and ao ELECTRICIANS, '
1 now worth from $.1..">0 to $5.00: ) per grapefruIt,trees In full bloom and full of = .
pound. We have been cultivatingGln- tender growth, and some unpicked fruit. R+ Jacksonville, Florida. GENUINE BARGAIN.About
seng ten years. It is a sure crop; will Neither fruit, bloom or tender growth prdd .
not freeze, requires but little cultivation were hurt.
s''; and will grow on any kind of dry We believe to-day the Industry having: >4 4Ar
the greatest and safest future in South ...-
soil. = contaInIng -
eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River
Bievard la citrus fruit culture. CDS
34 DiniCCTIONS Fon PLANTING AND CULTIVATING Trees here need no artificial protec- = a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest PackingHouse I

OINSENtt ROOT. ion. and there is still nlentv of low Titusville Florida. In Brevard County. I

Prepare the ground in ridges five tiiced land thoroughly adapted< to'tllcse Situated about mid-way between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to. the I I
!, :; feet apart; sow the seed, then cover fruits along the .Uno of the Florida East
If "v; lightly When the plant is a few days Coast Wy. The greater quantity of this -Never fail to read our inside pages. Churches, Stores, etc., of both.
old, clean the ground on both sides of low-priced land is In township 34-40, on You will always find something to interest For further particulars, apply to

.1i .,I the plant, put on a small amount of the west side of Indian River, a few you. WALTER GOODYEAR,

i" fertilizer, draw the earth back to the miles north of St. Lucie. Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 29tWSt., |
plant, keep clean first year. The first Parties wanting Information as to S. f
i 3 year's crop will make from 35: to 40) range culture in South Bievard, can getIt NEAR & TAYLOR New York,
q pounds per acre. Dig with a fork and by addressing the writer. -
; keep in a dry place. The root is ready Very truly yours.
1 jl iE to dig about November 1st. When dry C. T. McCAitrv. Artesian- WellCONTRACTORS When in JACKSONVILLE .
t, I put in sacks for shipping. It should The Clyde,
"I.t dry about fifteen days after digging Visit the
",' .. before sending to market. All commission Tibbals. 11 f I t ,

t : ,_ men and wholesale druggistsare ( It y Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for I The finest SALOON in the South. .
buyers. Y I ; Eau Gallie, Fla, marine gas engine ignition.
B. of
Mr. F Veronee, one our prominent -
brir I am furnishing seed of this valuable
: plant at $:J.OO per pound, sent by- In Fort pineapple Pierce. growers, spent Saturday The best liquors that money can bud|

express; you pay! for it at your express '
olllot. Quite a number Qf our people and Builders'
; Two pounds will plant one acre. their friends who are visiting them from Supply .Company.'U.1.1.d.1.n.g of all the favorite brands constantly on hand. '
I Address all orders to the north, spent Saturday at the Yacht
iaa T. J. CLARK, Club at Gilbert's Dar SMITH & MUERSCII, Proprietors.

s DeLand, Fla. Our sportsmen are spending most of : BrioIt::.. --

their time of late trolling for bluefish in S1.d.o"gVn1.b::. Bria1.:: -

ALL SAINTS CHURCH, WAVE- the river and are bringing in a large \TitriflocaL; : vrxc3L: 37M.ro r1.ob::.. ZI /EWEIED.
number, of very tine fish. WATCHES CLOCKS
LAND-JENSEN, Hilxxxo.: : ,
l 1 .: Mr and Mrs. Morton and little son Ooxxxoxxt.DPlctstor.: : : ;. ,
who have been time hereas
On Sunday Feb. 19th the Rev. spending some : .
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Pea. Diamonds
Wm. Crane Gray, assisted by Archdea body, left Monday for their home In Xjcttlas; ctxxd: jSl"i1: .:n.gglost. .Jewelry ,,
con B. F. Brown, consecrated the ,
church at Waveland Jeuson. This Is new anesvllle, 0., much to the regret of SoT sror" mpo oto.; oto.;
;' beautiful, churchly building, with sitting theIr many, friends here. Write or call and you will be pleased with the prices. NN Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Prese lS

i }i t room for about 100. It i II finished en. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Galigher, of Cairo, 20 Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ion / I '
1 tiroljv celled within, and handsomely 111., who have been on a trip down the E.&rY REPIBl|
Tarnished. The entrance Is by corner coast as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. FINE WATCH and JEWELRY

tower, open roof heavy rafters-stained T, A. Snider, arrived here last Saturdayand $ILYERWAE
l dark The windows are colored with will spend several days as the guests E. WAJDDELL A SPECIALTY,
t rr figures of scriptural characters, nearly of W. II. Harris and wife. ,. Spectacles and Eyeglasses.
1 all I memorials. Taking It all-in-all, It Is Charges paid one'way. R. J. RILES,
ene of the handsomest churches on the lumbus. Miami City and Dade County 223 W Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FIJ.
East Coast. Standing on a high elevation i
I it can be seen from almost direction day, after spending tome time In St. Au
at a considerable distance. fustlne. They will spend several days Real Estate Bureau.
a reflects here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W, II. ANDREW LOS
.I .I The building great credit on Meredith U wholesale ....
Harris. Mr. a heavy -
all who were Interested In Its erection,
working and giving to consummate It. dealer In grain and meats. A Select List of BAY BISCAYNE PROPERTY City Lots Fruit and Vegetable WATCHMAKER JEWELER
Messrs. Gilmore and Male have been appointed On last Monday evening a very jolly ,,
I wardens and Mr. Racey treasure little party gathered at the residence of Tracts of all sizes,for Investments. Phosphate and Orange Grove Lands on
I er. Mr and Mrs. J. Waters. Those presentwere
Sunday, Feb. 10th will be long remembered Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Meredith, of West Coast. ..... Titusville. Florida.CHAFFER'S .
Ii as a "R d Letter Day" by the Columbus, Ga.; Mr. and Mr Fred Gall- For Correspondence, enclose stamp Agent for ( : DRUG STORE.)
::1 people Interested In ,the new church. gher, of Cairo, III.; Will Seoce and moth.er Raving been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories i iD|
& CO.
The bishop preached a most Impressiveand and Mr. and Mrs. W.II. Harris. Mrs. ARMOUR AIRMOTER WINDMILLS. Geneva, Switzerland I am prepared to attend to all kinds and
Instructive consecration sermon from Galllgher, who U a professional pianist Fertilizers, Chicago, 111. Chicago, HI, Ing connected,wIth watches clocks of repairing son I
_1 I' the words "The Lord U In his Holy and vocalist, accompanied with a violin Avenue, over Bank, MIAMI FLORIDA.. end me your work, jewelry' etc. If you want a good job

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