Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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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 10, 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: UF00075918:00010
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Preceded by: Indian River advocate
Succeeded by: East Coast advocate and Indian River chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS" -BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as- F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, -There will be a grand minstrel entcrtalnnrnt -Did you ever stop to think that AMONG THE HOTELS.
11t | sortment at Screven's Drug Store Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles at the Opera house, Titusvllle April U one of the bout months In Florida -

t in Tltl1svl1le.. and Sundries In the State. Write him on Friday next, the 17th Inst. ? It Is really delightful month. WIIKRR to stop. Soe list of hotels .oa

Id Topics of General Interest.letr for prices on new 90 models. -Mr. II. M. Flagler passed through Judge J. D. Van Deman, of Delaware our 7th and 8th pages

- -Note change of Cameron's seed ad. Titusville early Tuesday morning, en 0., was a passenger on Saturday's Tho ADVOCATK Is now on file at all
and General Gossip In connection on fifth page -Miss Carrie China, a popular young route to St. Augustine and Macon, Ga. southbound train, en route to Rock- tho best hotels In Now York city.
LakeVorth., Indian lady from Aims, now occupies position ledge, on a visit to his friend, Mr. Bat-
lob Bl,o yne Bay Attorney A.J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, In the store of Julius Kline. -Dr. F. II. Houghton and wife paid a ml.
and Halifax: Rivers Key Welt tenliold. The judge has property In- Note change of Hotel Couolly on
| was in town the first of the week.
mans visit to Daytona yesterday. They ex-
Ind all other Important Point along; the -Mr. A. Barrelle has joined his wifeat pact to leave for Palm Bench, In the teiestson Indian River. page 7. The proprietor now runs a free
of Florida. Brief mention of -There was a mooting of Brevard the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Chas.K. 'bus for guests
ut Coast School louse-boat Denton, tomorrow (Saturday). -Mr. and Mrs Chas. F. ..faethlng, of
,&at nWKitln Events from Various Parts Board the first of the week when Kenyon, just west of town. Now York, after a cruise of couple of The New Rock led go hotel, Rockledge
About People You Knowd the payment of bills and other matters Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold calleJthere
If World I weeks In their houseboat full to when
t the [ attended -W. R. Knox has just completed a Gabriel's on Indian River was overflowing wo
were to.
Know Picked divine services at St. church
People You Don't fine cement sidewalk in front of >E. L. hose Mario( left for home yester on Sunday last.
I | Our Society Editor and a1 large staff -Canaveral Clubhouse will close Titusville, on Sunday next, at 11 a. m. day. Wo hope to see Mr. and Mrs.
01t p by soon Brady & Bro.'s stole at this place.On .
and Communion at.the Have boon to Do not
7:30 lIoly you
! t 111 If Correspondent scattered along the for the season. Quite a number of ".111. Nnethlng hero next winter.
fall to visit Hotel Ormond or Hotel Co-
will be found the ad. morning service.
wet.toc!. ut Coast of Florida. sportsmen have visited the above cozy page eight
well -Mr. and M,Wymnn, of Brooklyn quina ere returning homo.
of E. II. Jacksonville's
the this winter. few
quarters on peninsular -Miss Budlong after spending
a i it .' known specialist for the eyes. lIe is no weeks at the Now Rock- N. Y., have Just returned home after Hotel Indian Rlvor, Rockledge, had
ADVOCATE pleasantly
-t< THE -General Daniel Butterfield of Fifth very making an extensive\ tour of the East
to the East Coast having
stranger,: hotel passed through about 1-10 guests on Sunday last, and
edge: Uockledge,
In advance. Avenue New York in writing the AD- Coast of Florida. This lady and gentleman
or!! $1.50 per annum ed this section on several occasions., ritiiHvllle, yesterday, on route to the Manager S. Proskey was going around
11.00 six months, VOCATE, says: "I see you make some wore rather loath to leate our
$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. clever and Interesting items in your -Miss Maggie Ramseyof Hackensack, holly[ )) Inn, Daytona. ninny land for the frozen north. Mr. with shako a for pleasant all. suiilo and hearty

newsy pink paper, which you will please N. J., who is well and favorably known Manager S. Proskey of Hotel Indian Wyman is one of tho partners of Wyman
ten cents
Reading notice ads. are send to me at my New York address. In Titusville, has been sojourning at Hotel liver( Kockledge at present has his Bros., manufacturers of a celebrated Take note of Hotel Geneva. ad.. on our

line on this page. Windsor, Jacksonville, for a coupleof three brothers with him, and a right ginger: ale; therefore, through pressureof 7th page of this issue. The Geneva Is a ,,
Please write us whenever you fail to -The attention of vegetable growers weeks, but says she will soon come jovial trio they are. There Is David business he hRto return. Some very, comfortable hotel, and the pro- "a! j

;eive the ADVOCATE. throughout Florida is drawn to the ad. down to Titusville.Mr. i'rottkey, from Paterson, N. J.; A. S. day we may have tho pleasure of sampling prletor Is bidding for n share of public
of T. Randall & commission
D. Co.
''Ronald of Lotus merchants fourth E. L. Bradbury, of Webbs Mills, Proskey, Brooklyn, N. Y., and last, but this good article, which Is said tobo jmtronago. .,
-Mr. T. Grotjan Chicago: on our page.
s in town on Wednesday. They are anxious to secure a share of N. Y., came up to town from Miami last not least, Col. W. S.::: Proskey, of Ocala. very fine.FOUND. Mr. Goo. C. Howe proprietor of

; ( your patronage.Mr. Friday, and his many friends were pleasrd -Mr. C. N. Welshans, one of Jack- Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine; the
-County Commissioner Wm. II. to see him here again. lie has also sonville's well-known merchants, is fur- DEAD IN HIS ROOM. Holly Inn, Daytona; and Hibiscus, Palm

- arpe returned home yesterday after- Wm. K. Vanderbilt and party I, been on a tilp to Cocoa, Rockledge and nishing lime, plaster, etc., to Mr. W. N. Beach has boon enjoying himself on

00. of New York, passed through Titusville other down-dver points.Mr. .. Emery, who Is erecting a threestorylock -. Lake Worth this week

-Judge Jno. S. Cochran, owner ofe on four Saturday cars en night route in to a Hotel special Royal train Poin-of William McCabe,a prominent resident at the corner of Monroe and Malu Tho death of Mr., Fred M. Tuulson, When going north or sout\i\ do not

Dnmrnit orange: grove, has left ciana Palm, Beach. A letter to the ADVOCATE of Toronto, Canada, who holds the streets; and also to Mr. J. E. Johnson which occurred last Saturday night, the Tail to stop oft at Rocklodgo-ono of
fidgeport for Martin's Ferry, O. from LakA Worth there responsible position of managing director on Riverside avenue, Jack80nvllle. Both 4th Inst., at Mrs. Gould s boardinghouse the beauty spots of Indian lUver. There

-Messrs. L. W. Andrews and Ed- were nine, in the party. says of the North American AssuranceCo. these buildings are being built of brick. was a sad surprise After to his friends strollSaturday are throe good, up-to-date hotels at
and taking a
,R attended the ., was a pleasant caller at this officeon and Mrs. Charles M. Johnson Itocklodgo.
Cocoa Mr.
lund Simmons, of -Mrs. Stagg, in her private yacht Monday. Mr. McCabe has largoproperty evening he retired about 9
knee at the opera house, Titusville, on Tarpon, is again on Biscayne Hay. We interests along the East Coast. of DIytoolwho have been on a honeymoon o'clock, seemingly as well as usual, but The Rocklodgo hotels-Indian River,
londay night.Mr. had the pleasure of meeting this lady a trip to New Orleans and other. not being present at the breakfast table Plaza and Now Rocklodgo-have boon
Read the ad. of Benedict, Pollak & places, passed through TliiiHvllle, Wednesday Goldsmith excellent tourist business this
Mr. Maurice doing an
J. C. ,Norwood, of Ocala, a couple of seasons or so ago, and she Sunday morning
lIar Co. the well-known and reliable whole- en route to lIav n". Mrs. John- him when week and visitors pleased
well-known resident of Titusville, bears the reputation of having caughtmore went to his room to awake to are
rmer rived in town Tuesday, en route to his tarpon than any other lady in sale clothing house of Jacksonville, .on son was formerly known as MHH! Fannie Ills horror, he found him lying In a poolof with this pretty spot on Indian River.
throughout M. Hammond, and Is one of Duytona'aaweetcst
:Store keepers
Florida. page eight. blood on the floor, cold in death. Dr.
rOODd ace at City Point. Hotel Indian River, Rockledge, gavea
the state of Florida should read their ad. singers. Wilson was summoned at onco and after
''e n 10)) -Messrs. E. L. Brady and Frank -Any subscriber who wants to buy a and send or take them an order. Theyare -Among the down-rlver people In examination, arrived at the conclun very enjoyable dance on number Saturday of
last when
made to St. Augustine on round-trip ticket, meals and berth included live business men. night ,quite a
a trip deceased who
uren town this week were MCKHTH.- W. II. ion that tho was a consumptive the fantastic"
"tripped light
uesday upon business matters in which over the Clyde Line would do Professor L. C. Demaree, a former Shitrpe, John N. Waller, K. N. Andrews had burstod a blood-vosset, til guests after 11 o'clock. Thoso dances are
the editor of the ADVOCATE
eyare much interested.Sir well to write also resident of Titusville who has been occupying A. F. GlbbH, 'John 11. Sams, J. II. D. while coughing and had bled to death quite popular and Manager Proskoy has

Gilbert Carter and Miss Carter, Titusville Fla.ticket, for price.over the We Mal-- a position as principal of_the :Smith: A. L. Hatch, E. Simmons. L. W. without being able to ralso an alarm. ,. received much, pi'also for Inauguratingthem.

ter a delightful visit to Palm Beach, as have a round-trip between Brunswick and New Macon District High School, at Clarence, Andrews, Mrs S. II. Peck Mrs. F. F. The deceased came to Tltusvllle about .
e guests of Mr. Henry M. Flagler, lory Line Mo., writes us that he has resigned owing Taylor, Mrs. E. 1' Porcher Mrs. A. A. six weeks ago from Brooklyn N. Y.,
) Ip, ave returned to Nassau.Mr. York, for sale. : to the illness of his wife's father and Taylor, A. J. Lewis and others. and accepted a position with the South In consequence of tho unprecedented
-Mr. Louis L. Happ, of the Congress mother,and has returned to his home In ern Express Company, with which cor- tourist travel to Palm Beach this winter
collector of the -Mr. Wm. II. McFarland has been on been Identified. the Is reliably Infotmocl that
Geo. W. Allen Co. Brooklyn, N. Y., passed poration ho has long ADVOCATE
s rt of Key West, passed through ,Titus. through Brewing here,, Tuesday, en route to his Kentucky.Mrs. a trip to City Point, Cocoa, Rockledgo lIe was just In the prime of life, being Mr Henry M. Flaglor will add ICO( bed-
1is tot. Chas. A. Menltt and the Misses and other points for the purpose of Intenlewlng his and bathrooms to Hotel Royal
lie the first of the week, en route place at Micco. lIe was accompanied by thirty-four years old the day of rooms 70
I Augustine and Jacksonville.Mr. his daughter Miss Matilda Stella and Emma Men itt, of St. Augustine orange growers In connectionwith death. A wife and four little boys inBrooklyn Polnolnna, and 50 bedrooms and 20 bath.rooms
charming Win. Von, Dreele. Mr. who had been on a trip to Palm his scheme for protecting orange and sister In Paris, arc loft to to the Inn. lie will also build on *
J. D. Crabb has purchased the Ilapp, and Mr. at Beach and Miami, stopped over, here a trees from the ill-effects of the sudden mourn his untimely domlso. to Hotel -nddlng bedrooms and
will April
irniture and residence of Mr. R. B. Happ and family spend short time the end of last week, and gave cold snaps that have visited Florida of His genial disposition and gentlemanly bathrooms, which are much needed at

- olmes Cocoa, and his family will re Micco. the ADVOCATE a pleasant call. They re- late. Ho has met with much success. bearing won for him ninny friends since this homelike and popular hostelry at a

de in it instead of at Titusville.Will -Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bradley, promi- port a very enjoyable time. Mr. E. Bradbury, of Elmira, N. Y., Ills residence hero. The remains were Ormond. This will be good news to
residents of Potomac, Md., and subscribers joined| Mr. McFarland at Couoa.Capt. tourists who have failedto
our correspondents please write nent Mrs. Wm. L: :Mitchell and little embalmed by Undertaker Frazier, encased the numerous
ames of places and persons distinctly ? to the ADVOCATE, are again at daughter- Miss Nellie of New York E. M. Goodall and Mr. L. B. In a beautiful\ casket and expressed !got accommodations, at these. hotels

|t Is utterly impossible to decipher some Hotel Indian River, Rockledge for tbeseaso'n. who have been spending a week or so at 3oolall, of the launch Nemo; and Messrs to his bereaved/ wife in Urooklyn. this winter.

ames that are sent into this office. Mr. Bradley Is an expert fisher-good Hotel Plaza, Rocktodge will meet Mr N. II. Fogg and A. E. Garnsey who have .....- The following rates arc announced at

-Mr. J. O. Walton has returned from man, and of has trout been and milking other some fish. See Mitchell at this place to-day, and leave been on a cruise as far as Miami, and To He Married. tho Plant System Hotels In Flol'idlfor
catches Ormond and Magnolia Springs. Mr. from there by steamer to Havana, were Hotel
is trip to Jacksonville, Savannah and third for tho present season: Tampa Bay ,
,'11lOn Washington! D. C. He expects to takeis Rockledgo items on page. Mitchell has been enjoying a fishing and In Titusville the first, of the week, en Mr. Thomas N. Decker and Miss Daisy Tampa A. E. Dick, manager; open December -

wife and boy to Rockledge to-mor- -Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Smith and their hunting trip on Indian River for a couple route home. Capt. Goodall has had/ his 1).Skill\ of this place, will bo married at Oth to April; *.i per day and upward
ow. daughter, Mrs. Allen A. Ainslie after of weeks, on board the house-boat Rose launch pulled out on Nelson's ways, the Episcopal church, Tltusvllle, on from January 1st; special rates to
spending the winter at their orange Marie. where she will .remain until her owner 14th Inst. parties sta)lng two weeks or longer. Hotel -
the at
-Mrs. F. F. Taylor and Mrs. S. II. at Rockledge, have left for their returns from Sanford::: Me., next season.' Tuesday evening eight Bellevlow, llollenlr, W. A Barrou
grove -Colonel Wm. P. Rice and his niece o'clock. Archdeacon B. F. Brown will
feck of and Mrs. E. P. the
Rockledge; of respective northern homes where Miss Alice Weldon Wassenbacb of -Senator Matt. S. Quay .left Harrisburg tie thenuplal knot. Both MI8s Skill and manager; open January 18th to April;
and Albert A. Taylor understandthat
Mrs. week
ADVOCATE follows the for St. Lucie Wednesday. knownIn M.BO por day and upward; $21: per
on 1)eckerarewelland
D. C. were Pa. Mr. favorably
Washington, among ,
Cocoa: were pleasant visitors to town on Manhattan Grove Is one of the fin- and upward. Seminole! Hotel, WinterPark
pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE office His departure and the announcement this town, and we take pleasure In
Vonday. est orange groves in Rockledge. and other Quay O. L. Frisbee, manager: January
last Saturday They bad been visitingall made by Senator Grady congratulating them In advance.
:,Ing I -Dr. and Mrs. Samuel Talmago, of -Prof, and Mrs. Chas B. Cory son the resorts; along the East Coast, and I tes that Senatorial/ deadlock will con- -- 18th to April: $3.M per day and upward -

Brooklyn, N. Y.; have been enjoying and nurse who have been making Palm also made a lilp to .Havana. Miss Was- tinue until Apill Mth, Is construed to Knit Count fJulf Club. ; $21: per week and. upward. Ooala

the heir first visit to Indian River, with Beach their headquarters all\ the winter, senbach Is a very bright.young lady, and mean that the contest on the senator-. !House, Ocala, Phil F. Brown manager daV;
blch they were much pleased. They passed through Titusville last Saturday, makes an excellent companion for her ship will be fought to a finish. There Is receipt open all the I year 'round; $:,1.50 por
pere at Rockledge the first of the week. route to Jacksonville and other points, uncle. no change In the senatorial situation up We acknowledge of tho follow. and upward. lintel Kluslmmco, II. DlefFenbuch -
en home to Boston, where they to date, but we have an Idea that Sena- Inglnvltl\tlon: "Members of tho Florida lesson; open December to April;
-Mrs. D.P. Merwin, of Milford, Conn., on their way arrive the end of next month. -Two of Atlanta's prominent citizens tor Quay will "get there." East Coast Golf Club, at homo, Sat rates $2:. to $3 per day; $8 per week and
fas been visiting her son at Eden expect to Prof. Mr and Mrs. J. D. Turner, passed urday tho 4th of March at four o'clock, upward according to room. PortTampa,
fhcfe he has a pineapple plantation.he Among his accomplishments, golf through Titusville Tuesday last, on their -Mrs. John M. Wiley, little son, John, Club House St. Augustine.( Owing to S. M. Hannah, superintendent; open all

. r f.., was accompanied by her daughter, Cory has become quite an expert way south. After visiting Palm Beach of Buffalo, N. Y., and Mrs. Ogle, of Indianapolis being at Rocklodgo, the editor of tho year round; European plan.

|nd both returned to Rockledge on Mon- player.Mr. and Miami, they will proceed to Havana. left, Monday, for the Itoyal ADVOCATE was unable to attend; but wo

dY. C. F. Fairbanks, writing us from Mr. Turner Is president of one of the Poinciana, after a pleasant vUlt at Hotel understand the social tea given by tho "

-Sir Roderick Cameron and Miss Chicago says: "I Would be pleased to largest cotton mills In the south-the Indian River, Rockledge. The above above club was grand success, and Tho "Advocate.

'ameron his daughter arrived at Palm be placed on your list of subscribers. I Exposition Cotton Mills, Atlanta, Ga. ladles passed through TItusvlllo yes'er- those who attended, were much pleased -
:leach the, first of:;the week, on a visit to expect, in the near future, to become In. On thelr.arrlval at Miami, they will be day, en route to Ormond accompanied with the manner! |'n which they were regaled. ,The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE Is on
connected with an improvement joined by a party of prominent mill by their father and mother. Mrs. Ogle sale at the following news-stands, at five
heir friend, Sir: Gilbert Carter, governor timitelv ,______ _______
'' the Bahamas the contemplated for the Indian River coun- owner, and proceed to Havana, on business Is a very fine singer, and always charms cents per copy tTituvllloFred
been guest
who has
section visit combined.Mr. those who have the pleasure of hearing S. Chaffee.
a and
when I yoifr pleasure Have
''f Mr, II, M. Flagler for some time past. try, and pay We Them.t
have of those sweet J. B. Screven.
whom we expect to her slog some songs
with a party of Fort
and Mrs. F. II. Tetley, Windsor hotel.
associated with us in a development Intl., U making a tour of the -Dr. it E. Smith of Jacksonville, Braids all the -
ill Wayne
Laces Embroideries Hotel Alcazar.
} Steamer For Sale. will endeavor to give the ADVO has been i St. Augustine-
scheme of Sandford on a tripto
"' sunny south. Those pleasant people formerly latest up-to-dare goods on the market. Ormond-Hotel) Ormond.
CATE a call. who met by an ADVOCATE representative Cartersvllle, Ga., where his father, of
The light draft stern-wheel steamer, were Ten pieces of Percale at the low price Uockledge-Hotel Indian River.
passed through here last Charles Henry Smith, otherwise known have them In this week.GABDNEK hotel.
uaveral, built in 1801!) by the Merrill- his 9 cents; new; New Rockledgo
(evens Wanted, Tuesday, on their way to Rockledge: as "Bill Arp, has been celebrating : & WALKEB. Palm Beach-Royal Polnciana.
Co., of Jacksonville.She Beach Miami and Havana. Mr. wedding Mr. Smith Is a well-))
Palm >
,s, is 51 feet and l.-ft. beam, I known The Inn.
long Buds charmed with southern "writer and the ADVOCATE
Tangerine and Mrs. Telley are our TY
Qd About 1,000 Dancy Miami Hotel Royal Palm.
draws about 14 Inches; has two hundred IIICKVAItl ( Ult Kit 8 -
back that several
take Informed
stock. Address with price climate and would like to : Is hotel. .
i Victoria
''iRh-pressure 6x24.far and graft Nassau-Royal
condensing engines, W. L. THOMAS, home with them a few hundred of the people were present at his jubilee. Ur. STATEMENT
, boiler and engines were put in first- Valdosta, Oat palms they saw growing wild here. Mrs Smith has many friends In New Smyrna -
'lass March lit, 1800.
condition by her builders last year. Telley says she had to pay five dollars and Daytona, which places he used to For Sale,
)J To be seen at Peter Nelson's yard In he left for Jacksonville. Ilalancecaibon hand Feb.,.t.IftOO.,,, $ 280 M
in her state.aiowtskeeter visit
for ere
i'usville. Address Wanted, I Amount received in Iebruary,1541...,,.-It l" A good ,Kontuck mare; also light

RODDINS & GRAIIAM, Judge John G. Long of Washington Total. .....,............ .. .... .......1731 63 road wagon and harness-handsome
1 t. f. ,Tltusvllle Fla. sell article affording ,. 1'IoHClulto,1'Iuskeetel', D. C., who has been paying a visit to his Lena warran'ft paid In February 18UO turnout at a bargain.
I A hustler, to an two wards, the Misses Stlckney, guests and delivered to County Commlavton;
good profit a specialty for which thereis of Hotel Indian River, Kockledgu, for ert snd Scbool board.. .............. 162904Halance POWELL Cocoa, Fla

nts.w For Sale-New Furniture, a steady and Increasing demand.situation for No some time past, came up to Titusville, cub on band Mar, lit,18IW! ..,|-103 "4ABOVft .. ,
samples Only Good busl- Time Is here; avoid the rUlbVe! have Tuesday, on a short business trip. The -

At second-hand prices, In any quantl- right party. U ose meaning all kinds of canopies and all kinds of judge is an old resident of Florida, hav HAL ARCS I* HELD AS FOLLOW For Sale,
nIb Iea ness need apply. Address material for keeping them out. ing come here over thirty ;years ago, and Deposited In Ilrevard County state Bank -
''MANUFACruEES" In the when It bad a* per Caihler'a Certlttcate, less Certtncaie feet of R. K. Iron weighs
WM. R. CAMPBELL, Cleveland, 0. GARDNER & WALKEU. knew Titusville days No.SMnolIn.. ........... ... ...' ..$102 48 About 2,000 ;
be foot
"Bellevue," g.10 T only a couple of houses. Atone time Cub In safe and shown to County Com- 5-Mlb. to the foot. Price acts per

Melbourne, Fla. SAe was state's attorney. Judge Long came mteeloneni.n.! ... .......nn.y, '000 at Courtenay dock.

.'IJ. Naphtha Launch for Sale.Twentyone hero being to National attend to Congressional some business Commit-matters, Total..,.. .......,........t...... ,.....-,t03 4851LC1cs Call)) or write, EDWABD SmiNO Cocoa, Fla.

Macon Dining Rooms. An orange grove In South Brevard. teeman for Florida and left for Hotel rDJU/iirOL-
-- 1 long Gas Power and I. have tirst-class lands for orange, :
- feet ; Alcazar, St. Augustine. same evening,
When fall Go's engine. In good condition. grape-fruit and lemon culture In town. Misses Stlckney preceded him LOWil Kmpty Fish Itarrelit for Sale.
visiting Macon, Ga., do not Engine 34-48 and southward at reasonable where the County Revenue-Heneral rend. ........f 00 03 -
call at Isaac's popular dining rooms, Will sell at a bargain. ship on Tuesday. We bad the pleasure of .. (tout and HrldneKund ..... 00 W WALTER .A MOOBE,
here you can obtain all the delicacies Address II. S., prices. Write for Information. meeting the Judge Kockledge on Monday .' llulldluit Kund... ........to. .... ... e 4 M .Address, C.
m i 1 the season at very reasonable prices. Jm ADVOCATE, Tltusvllle. C. T.Ankona MCCARTY Fla., and he gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant to" Vine KeeUIng and frUonen Forfeiture Yund.,8150 Fund........ !2 22 8 George St., Charleston, S.
call while In town. Kinking Fund I Not .... M
.. Hpftcltl Fund ] Acme Fund...., in Titusville Laundry.
Itockledge, Indian River, Fine Lunches. tkhool; Fund .. ............... ... S3 -
... Sloop for Sale. It la All Gone-
Has tb-t;;; attractive and Total.........u........, ...,..n..,..110848 Mrs Geo. Cock, of Titusville, Is now
one of chop steak or any. -- to do laundry work of every
t-stocked Coast of If you need a good Edna length 32-ft: beam ll ft. That beautiful shade of Plqaa but "" prepared
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stores on the East line, do not fall, Sloop monthly statement similar to All work guaranteed.
the eating I shall publlih a description.
; ID i dda. YOU can find everything you thing else Augustine, to go to the Head room la cabin. For particulars,, have other shades transit Walt' 'till this each monib. Leave washing at O. F. Daren',
till'JDe. |eed there. Fitting out cruising parties when la St. Booms address, M. B. BUBNS, you see them. JOHN. HEWSV, your ADVOCATE o41ce.Ipt .
speclalty. Cathedral Place Lunch& Oyster ,,I Canaveral, Fla. GAUDSKB: 4 \V,Ulun.: County Treasurer corner store, opposite :



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THREE OF THE DESK. Bilx thousand dollars I NOTICE kARI,

tl'7' e Thorn Comes ForthWith Find a second acre 'In all the south -. % :

i A Polk Coniilr rin..ppl. Grower' Chose..t that will equal that yield If you can f The first edition of "The Empire of 1VI.AR. BROS.
1arl.eMa-Q.e.e' Abtwfca, CT.< *.... ,
Ir Point Forward. .
Many statements have been ,
These oro III* (:'bTri.. ..rHo. publishedof the South" having been exhausted, a Wholesale Dealers In

b .' Pro e.ble Plants. Florida pine grower concerning their second edition will be ready for distribution ,

The thorn point of disease enormous yield of Abbaka and Smooth by or about March 10, 1800. GROCERIES. FRUIT AND PRODUCE...

1';'t, is an ache .or pain But the Mr. V. P. Slmmoond,1n a former article Cayenne. Of the Abbaka we have nearly 'It U a handsome volume of about 200 .

i ::1 blood is the feeder of the OD pineapple culture, !In the Bartow, a thousand plant, and for our three pages descriptive of the south and its 131 and 133 EMt Bay Street and e and 8 Newnan Street,

Courier Informant, says leading varieties for the future we eject beautifully illustrated,
resources, Juo] :.eonvillo:
11I[ 'II whole body. Purify with I ate pineapples when but a boy, and Ripley Queen., Abbaka and Smooth and regarded by critics as the most com* F1.or1t1.A

h !9tI; Hood's Sarsaparilla. It"teens is fifty," years still pineapple ago since culture I reached Is but my Cayenne. plete prodnctlon of Its kind that has ever ONE OF' THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE Clll'We .

; been published.
Kidneys liver and stomach will at
In Infancy. It Is probable that morewill No flight to Ugliness to this work --
wishing secure
once respond ? No thorn in this point. headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
be learned of the business in the are Cow
The woman whole I in face, form will enclose to the undersigned 25 pN
BlOOd Poisoning"Tb \ urgeon Bald lovely please guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We
when be took out the brass hell received In next ten years than has been known 1 In and temper will always have' friends, cents per copy, which amount approximates your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased Raat t
whatever but one who would be attractive
all the past, so knowledge one must
II Hill two weeks before Remittances
wound at San Juan the cost of, delivery.
keep her health. If she Is weak, sickly MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville
I pi.83T
'v.Vtffi that It would have poisoned me If It bad has of the growing of this incomparable otherw *
be made In or se.
and all run down, she will be nervous may stamps We only Sell to Dealers.
.. not was been Hood's for Sarsaparilla my pure blood.that made I told It him pure.It" fruit should be modestly told, for such a and irritable. If she has constipation or Address all communications on this

OEOROR P. COOPER, Co. 0, 25th U. 8. Inf., one Is but a learner himself. kidney trouble, her Impure blood will subject to W. A. Turk, Gen'l Pass. Agt., -::::::

L Washington Barracks, Washington, D. C. When living far away among tho hills cause pimples, blotches, skin eruptions
D. C. :SL-a- &
Sonnthern Ry, Washington, OB: ..S. ; CO.DEALERS
I It! Rh'eumatlsm -" 1>1 y elf and a friend of New England I first sampled a Red and a wretched complexion Electric .
1 1\\ of rheu Bitters Is the best medicine the worldto '
both suffered from severe attacks in IN -
._ r cured both. Spanish pineapple, In my boyhood enthusiasm
matism. Hood's Sarsaparilla regulate stomachs, liver and kidneysand MAY.
We would not be without It." WM. II. I said, "Golly, I'd like to, live to purity the blood. It gives strong MARCH, APRIL, PJ.n.evvin.es: : And: Liquors:
LESTER 05 Leonard St., Fall River Mass. ,
nerves bright smooth
where they grow. eyes,
I' ; 8a44ai1L Well, we have thirteen! varieties of skin rich complexion. It, will'make a Thewe. Are the Months in Which i 417, A: 410V.. Bay St.,
;lldi good-looking; charming woman of a rundown '
under cultivation twelve of'which n..ta JACKSONVILLE, '.
pines FLA.
!} invalid. Only 50o at F. S. Chaf- to Purify Your Blood.
.. r we have, from time to time, sampledupon I fee's drug store. I when blood is I- ...rt.-. ,
This Is the season your
I"i,, ,, our table, thinking to discard thoseof loaded with impurities, accumulated ". ...art Aguinaldo May Itecour
IHood'*Pill cure ll..r lili/ the non IrriUtlnn and t+1M r+
i I I only c.tlnrtla to Ukg with llood'i Nsnap.rlfiw the least merit, after having given At the bottom of half of the married during the winter months from close rAM" His reason with Dewey'sandOtli1Judicious

them a test; and, strange to say, we have trouble in the world Is a nagging wife, confinement, rich food and other causes. doctoring. Dewey's \Ice

ik "voted our ticket straight; none are to and at the bottom of the other half is an These impurities must be driven from t r-4. is reducing the swelling of bli
breed serious
be rejected. Kven the small hard-core d indulgent husband. your disease system and or cause they may untold suffering. head, just aa our high grade and
pure Rye Whiskey .
1 red ( hate that name-Is HOod's is the greatest 'and to
repo Spanish-( to Sarsaparilla 1' duce cold, cough
your ; grip
be retained among the rest. NINETY PER CENT, of the people have best blood purifying medicine it l is possi- gar when used properly. There, e per li
kind of humor In the blood and
some ble to obtain. It is what the millions
GOOD Mr. Simmons then enumerates the varieties this diseases. ,, nothing like our fine Blum's pan"r"
Hood's Sarsaparilla will and
causes many take In the spring. It purify for
he has growing, and describes the cures these diseases by expelling eniich your blood, create an appetite, A Rye colds Whiskey preventing chilli
grip or pneumonia and
t ,
t K three'''which he considers best follows the humorHood' .* tone and give the
as : up your system, you r is the kind of weather to use it,
sound robust health.
Ripley Queen; finest' In size, productiveness ,
Pills and the
are non-irritating
t \\ and flavor of all the "Queen" only pills,to take with Hood's SaruapaHlla D um'lI Pure Kye VYhUney, 7 years' old, delivered to any part of the State

TO varieties; among the earliest bearers of There are two places In a newspaper express prepaid, for $3.20.,

ALLWHo the season, much of the ripeningbefore where a man doesn't care to have his .
When two meu quarrel one of them Is I
column and
the market Is name appear-the'obltuary
I sufficiently suppliedfor
1 ADVERT1E wrong; when two women quarrel bothof the police court record.Btsmarck's 0 uTIPS."
S a drop in price. We have elected to .
them al'e.Mrl
.,. 4
grow heavily of this variety. '
IN Tt1E The word tip means different thing
\ Abbaka-an extremely popularvarletyIn F. E. Smith View Ga. writes:
: l Iron Nerve in different places. In a barber chair
all parts of Florida. Plant grows to a Have used Dr. M. A. Simmons Liver t ot
t"t'1 INDIAN Medicine for years with' better results Was the result of his splendid health. restaurant it is "a gratuity" given for
prodigious and under
a high
con than I received from any other medicine Indomitable will and tremendous energy j extra good service. Another kind of.

1 dition of cultivation, fruit very firm, for dyspepsia and loss of appetite. It is are not found where stomach, liver, kid- .. t tip is a "straight tip." That's a bit of

large and Immensely productive, plantsseldom milder and does its work better than neys and bowels are out of order. If you .
friendly advice and that's what
tt missing to fruit, and fruit uniformly Black Draught and Zeilln's I used. want these qualities and the success we are
they bring, use Dr King's New Life giving you when we tell you to try oar
l large; the sunken makes t ta it
; eyes ,, GOLD is of no value when health 'is Pills. They develop every power of ,beer. If you are in the business, ellltj; I
l very firm shipper; flavor among the brain and body. Only 2:io> at F. S. Chaf-
In danger. WhaVs of more value ? if you are not, drink it. It is made from
best, also productive in plants. I counted fee's drug store. I
Pratt's to date tablets will break :
FEASTER'S up- upa the purest materials, ,and we guarantee
BONDSMEN. on one of B. M. Hampton's abbaka's, cold In one day, and for constipationand + m( it to be perfectly I
biliousness and all malarial troubles girl an pure.
i' at Frostproof, this season forty-six well The idea that
It has equal. mall for 25c.:> ,
no By prepaid .
t formed new plant. .Ya.NL '''.
with her he always -
in love
Editor Advocntf : Pratt Medicine Co., Station B, Chicago, when a man is

1 I notice Jby the proceedings of the last Smooth Cayenne thornless variety, 111. Send fur sample. talks about her to his dog. Address, '

from the Hawaiian Islands, both plantand .
I *.E Commissioners' meeting that a 'petitionhad fruit very large; plant hardy, both ; G. MULLER & CO.,

been presented, signed by A large
under sheds and grown'open at Midland, t Jacksonville, Fla.
number of Brevard citizens, praying the
we did not lose a 'plant from the new Agts for Acme Brewing Co.,,
Board to release the bondsmen of Ex- "Hurry Up and Dig the Nicaragua
year's cold snap of this year, grown sideb ,Acme Brewing Co., Macon, Ga. ,
Treasurer Feaster, and that the petition Canal," ....
} side with Red Spanish and Abbaka,
was laid over until next meeting. What
while we met with small losses from Johp Bull says to Uncle Sam, "I will
the Commissioners should have done
1 each of the other varieties. help you all I can." Any one that wants to Magnolia Grocery.
was to have laid It over Indefinitely.. 1 The root of the Smooth Cayenne build stores, houses, cottages or fences we ...

,I do not know what the reasons given were goes will aid by Ceiling them lumber, shingles,
for asking theettOn'of the Board In the deeper, hence its superior !strength' In resisting laths, clap-boards, flooring, brick and lime Wholesale and Retail Dealer in i

( both cold and drought. Out of by quoting, them prices that will enable

matter, possibly those given In the Star, nearly five hundred plants of this' In- them to do it at a figure that no one, can STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES. _
shortly after the embezzlement trial, viz: make such a close estimate on In this _
comparable variety we have not
a single '
That Inasmuch had found 1 town.
as a jury not
weakly, sickly plant, and never bad. Butterine, 14<:ts. per pound.
t.' guilty embezzlement, ergo. From experience I class It as the most Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you
Feast or's bondsmen should not be hold St. Augustine, Fla.
y liable for his shortage-It would be hardy variety of pineapples grown In 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

"vicarious punishment." Florida, and without exception In weightof Telephone No. 2M.Photo .

I have not,heaid It denied ,by' fruit the greatest fielder per acre,
while for rich, melting deliciousness of ,
l ri yet but that Foaster was short ,
something 1830.
fruit I think it has ESTABLISHED
t no superior. I do
like $11,000; ho owes it to say the Supply 0.
not praise it because of plants to sell for
h I least, to tho'cc.unty; It has been demanded .
we are In the market to buy and not to Bond Lumber Co.
and tbo money has not been paid I
sell of,this superlative! plant. For the ,
( over, therein his bond forfeited. ,
c' l next two years we will set of Smooth AGENTS EASTMAN KODAK CO
bond is, not that tho' treasurer shall not Manufacturers of and Dealer? In ,
Cayenne plants,'all we raise and all
r iR i embezzle, but that he shall faithfullyperform we
the can buy, LUMBER LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING only house in Florida devotipg its time to the
of his\ office and duly ,, ,
It Is said that Mr.,Russell, of Orlando, KODAKS.The{ +
> pay over money coming into his handsas
f tredfeurer. At least that is the sold in a single year from one acre of Mouldings, Turning\ and scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange MI'ECIALTY-Developlng and Printing.

t 1 usual Smooth Cayennes, and Vegetable Craves. We solicit correspondence.Saw .
form and substance
official bonds
but it Is said to make the bondsmen In'fruit $1,500, 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. ,

will be to enforce "vicarious punish pay, and In plants 4,500. DeLand, and Tltu vlle. 51 King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
ment" Well, the writer knows something Total $ ,OOO. --
f obout "vlcailous punishment," i if H. A. HODGES. EASY RIDING _
col being called ... .
upon to pay another's debtis 1 -.
such, but my kicking against payingon is All the time and speed when you

the grounds of "vicarious punish always a baby.Without it,. ...Cypress and Yellow Pine LU lber... want,It is a great feature of

.'J 1 ment" would be l.lughed at. The quos wedlock is field a ROUGH AND"DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates. The ,
I summer
tion could '
very properly bo asked'what that never Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in Keating Bicycle..

did you put your name on the paper for / -z: blooms, a any part of Florida, would do well to write for prict-s. The saw mills are locatedat

t, j if It wasn't to guarantee the performance flower that Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W. Ry; Lumber delivered to any Here are some Keating/ points for your consideration:

of tho contract? But further than the I \ night never buds without a ,, part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla. The Frame makes

,1 ethical reasoning of it, by what authors star without, a sermon a benediction itSTRONG..

ty can the Commissioners release the a We the BOYDELL BROS. The Construction makes it
bondsmen? Even if IOU out of every 100 1 an prayer Amen without .. DURABLE.The .

0 'f of the tax payers petitioned for it tho '
Commissioners have no legal or vested was a husband never Have sold out all our OLD STOCK and received a Fresh i Bearings give It
worthy of the name who did not aspire SPEED.
rights to act as a Board of pardon; their to be the father and the grandfather of '

1 duty Is to enforce the contract, which on healthy capable children to hand down Supply ofLumberJ The Double Roller Chain

tho part of the tax his name and the fortune accumulated by a MAKES IT' FLY
payers they acceptedas the sweat of his brow, from generation to
r t a guarantee for faithful performance generation. There never was a wife fit to Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track

To say that they will exhonorate tho bear that noble title, who did not wish to Hardware and Paints
wear womanhood's moat glorious crown, It has No Equal. G-
; beadsmen, would be equivalent to put the sceptre of motherhood. Thousandsof Send for Catalogue. '

their wedded couples, otherwise happy, fall
tlng hands
In the tax
payers' pock short of wedlock's greatest happiness because Or anything in the line of Building Material KEATING WHEEL COMPANY
ets and 1, nolens, volens, make them foot they are childless In the majority ,

the bill. Can they do it? We throe pr House Furnishing goods Tinning Middletown, Conn.
A' .it ignorance or neglect, suffers from weak-
as a matter of law. As a matter of -
and disease
nets of the distinctly
organs -
t -: right, there Is but one side to it, and we feminine. For women who suffer in this Plumbing, do not fail to write \ .
way there is one great medicine that does
hardly think the
Commissioners will have hot fall to accomplish its, purpose. It is HOME SEEKERS

the temerity to say to the tux payers, Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It acts EDWARD STXLXXTC m.:. ...... ,
r 4 "we forgive the bondsmen, who are le- directly on the delicate organ concernedand .
makes ,
strong healthy, vigorous,
gaily and'morally bound, but you must virile{ ,and elastic It inflammation, "THE BRICK STORE,"

+iit 'pay the freight,' it is no vicarious heal ulceration, soothes pain and tones OOOCXfiL Xn.Cl1.aD. Who are
Seeking Home in
punishment the shattered nerves. It fits for wifehoodand : FLAa a the South should send to the undersigned for a

.11 to you motherhood It Quickens and vitalizes copy of the
ft TAX PAYER. the distinctly feminine organism. It ban
ishea the maladies of the expectant months SAW AND FLANINO. MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD
'I 1 and make baby's introduction to the world pHUtka, fl.. ,
I E Bay St., Foot of Catherine.
II Florid Chautnuqua.. easy andalmost painless It insure the Florida East Coast
I little uew-comer'* health and nourishment Homeseete
'j -- in plenty. It i II the best supportive tonic WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
for ,
nursing mother
On account
of the Florida Cbautau- ,
Mr*. Jennie Perks of Marshall Spokane Co. -
1 qua at DeFunluk Springs, the J, T. & K. W ,h., writes: "I am glad to tell of the goodresults Manufacturers of -
1 t, W Railroad will sell of your great medicine,-Dr. Herce's We have lands for Fruit and fOl<
until Growing
dally ,
March Favorite PreKriptlon. I was benefited by your Trucking, Tobacco Growing,
28th:! Inclusive with final limit I medicine in confinement. It gives me strength. Lumber Winter and Summer Homes.
to ,
April Cypress and Lath. Climate the
1 have no tired feeling and my baby .U the Shingles healthiest In the United States.Apply .
15th, 1800, at the rate of one-fourth fare ten picture of"health. I feel better than I Gave to to.

to Palatka or Jacksonville plus followingrates In years case of constipation Dr, Pierce's A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, aiding, mouldings, shingles!
from those points: viz: Jacksonville Pleasant Pellet should be used JAS E. INGRAHAM
a* an lath and, pickets always on band, thus assuring prompt shipments. Land Commissioner,
$12.13: ; Palatka, $13.40. Iron-clad adjunct to the "Favorite Prescription, .
they' extremely simple, perfectly natural mouldings all patterns a specialty. : FLORIDA EAST
I continuous! passage ticket to be used. and iLsurt: prompt and permanent relict ,, '. t' ,
I When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. ," (, ,
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.. Professional Cards. Courtenay. Rockledge. .FOIt ,
) 3.2,0.
't --= .
iBfS :GRAHAM [Too late for l last Issue JJ ] Miss Bennett, of New Y"lk. I III Mill.<>. Scut III SIC liv fcipit-HK: ; iioatofllce order or New York Exchange: we will
A: Joiunlng nt the New' UocWJtMlgevlivie etui b/ CHARGES 1'REPAll E
R. Harper spent last Saturday' In you' Express! | ,
aloe ban n host of friend""
Mr. T. P. Lovell of the firm of J. I' ;

CI Horns:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old Running Sores is Mrs Thou. Daffern, we are glad to say, Lovell Arms Co,, Boston, IH nt III.telln- Of Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
1 convaltsclng. time
and 2 to 4 p. m.TrtTsmtK dies River with his daughters for a few"

in, Breyard Co., Florida. F. P. Harper and S. B. Symmes spent weeks.

\ Boli!"*. Itching, ScratchingEczema Monday at the county seat. Mr. A. C. Brigham$ who Is at Hotel) Calhoun Pure Rye Whiskey

an, illprwtlt* In *U the conrts-sttt and fed Richard> J. LnRochfl transacted business Indian River, wan I'lIc'f'"fI1110' limiting ,

- iel lal l facilities for examining and perfect In Titusvllle last Tuesday. 10 pound front on an 8 ounce rod, one WIMhI|> In PLAIN rAtKAflK3.! murk to Indicate content (which will avoid all com- J
titles.I. day last week. ment. Wheny'ouget lt and teat It. If U la not MtlftfArtorv, return U at OUR KXI'KNHK:- : and
Pea l land Bishop Gray preached to..a large congregation your f J 20 will lit c-Wrfiilly I't'fuIJIle" Thin whiskey U as KO<110 Rood In the market. i'
' here last Sunday evening. Among the pleasant quests of the New We are close at hand and ran give you IJUICKKR 1)tI.n'uthin; : distant bOlI"PII.(1 have
"lIIt Rockledge hotel are L. A. Dudlnrig of been lolnit tinnlne In this city ami at the name iunit>or over IA YKAKrt, and I an to our UKft1OXSIHlClTY -
D. L. DODSON, Young beans, which were planted AM- REPUTATION for honest tlnallng,we refer you to any merchant here or to
''I I. since the Chicago III., and wife. Mr. Budlong Is tbe editor of this i and fine.
freeze are up looking
Pla. ,
DENTIST.- -- a large pickle manufacturer SOLOMON .t: LEVI,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Mlot and J. E. '
Blood Poison R. S. Griffith, of Providence R. I., andJ. I 10-J8:! .G WO: ) First Avenue,
FLORIDA. Field of attended here
Inrlianola church
V. B. Prince Brooklyn N. Y. who ,
last P. O. Box: No. 3.1. BIRMINGHAM ALA. <
Sunday evening.
Office at residence. are stopping at the New Rockledge. hotel, _

) Fi'odueina the fonawing sytnptomut ram n Ir1It'rr" recently caught 14 trout, weighing 9I| .' v NOTICE I-We pay Express Charge to all point reached by "SOtmiKRV EXI'RF.1'OM.! ,
't Prices to suit the times. II.Ie.BereThroatNwol,, Pnetgle..ud( ,leer.en Gland.of the,-t\:\ Roseland. pounds.E. PANS:- ," bus to points on line of other Express rontiwnlp we prepay only to point where "
; or the Jolubt, Rheurnatl.u In., Southern Express Company iranifer to said other Ktprei Company '
one rain., etc.Ulcers. e C. Spofferd and W. J. Morgan, of

.S, L. GAULDEN, [Too lato for last issue] Tarrytown N. Y., are guests at Hotel .
Scrofula Indian River, where they expect to remain

a ATTORNEY AT-LAW, W. W. Bissell, of Now Rochelle, N. 'Y., for some time fishing and bird You can Save Money \
has arrived
'LA.er for the seoson. hooting. .
Inn In all the Courts of the Sore
State Running
I Florida practice,and the United States Courts. EyesAre Mrs. L. C. Moore spent Sunday In Mrs. Louise Levey and Mrs E. A. _'_n ._ .. .. .. __ __ i
\ Melbourne, returning Monday evening.Mrs. Cowan two society ladles of Boston are .
.o.Box,238. TITU8VILLB FLA. eared bj
at Hotel Indian River for the remainderof
Money to Loan. is BOTANIC BLOOD BALM D. Cain has been spending several 1Sond to -
OtU'' (B. B. B.Tlie days with Mr. and Mrs. Herndon at the season. They are delighted with By' : : :Isg

Met Great Blood Reined I Ml ceo. Rockledge.

f .h GOLDSMITH, Ca: : S. :0. PeOvOS': T!
1ATTORNEYATLAW W. L. Keefer, of Wabasso was hero Mrs. P. II. McLaughlin, of Brooklyn .,
audIre. Botanic Blood Balm (n. B. B) Is a powerful N. Y., wife of Inspector McLaughlin of I
blood ,and Tuesday and Wednesday, doing piano
remedy yet can be taken with per-
feet safety by old and young. On account ot Its : tuning.A New York police, and the lion. J. II. LOTUS
= r=aor rn a
eta, great strength It cures when all else falls. Other Brown of Coblesklll N. Y., are also ,
rel II remedies may act as a mild tonic or cover new few small orange: trees split the guests of the Now Rockledge.
Itusville, Florida. skin over rotton flech, lint It. B. H. driven all bark since the freeze but the large trees FOR QUOTATIONS ON i
Pure111I" nent.poison out ano hence the cures are perma were unhurt and growers think the com Dr. D. T. Brigham and brother, of I

One to three bottles of B. B. B. will cure the ing crop will not be cut short by the Boston are at Hotel) Indian River for a''

t. J. WEBB, worst kind of pimples on the face. cold. There will be no crop of guavas, couple of weeks. The doctor is one of Crate Material-
One to three" bottled Seeds Fertilizers &
of It. II. It.will clear the lemons Boston's finest dentists but was obliged
system of bolls and carbuncles. limes or pineapples. :
to come south for his health.
tate A ATTORNEY -LAW, Two to three bottles of It. B.: B.will cure the "' .
worst kind of humor In the mouth and stomach. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Chapman of (
Life Was Saved.Mr. .
the Three to six bottles of B. B. B. will the
In cure
|Will practice Courts of the
worst case of erysipelas or eczema. Providence, It. I., who were the first to Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.
'rcuit. Taxes paid for non-residents One to three bottles will cure all humor In J. E. Lilly a prominent citizen o) arrive at Hotel Indian River, will remain .

fed rents and accounts collected. the eyes Hannibal, Mo., lately had a wonderful until the house closes. They have a big 52T" If you noel a Stove ,write for'prices.and .
Two bottles are warranted to cure running of deliverance from a frightful death. In
the ears and blotches circle of friends at Rockledge.
the hair. !
ptusville, Florida. Four to eight bottles among are warranted to cure telling of it he says: "I was taken with I

iogaIrOI corrupt and runnlr.g u'eers. typhoid fever, that ran into pneumonia.My Many who listented to Deacon Wil effected a remarkable cure It Is Choice .
One or two battles of It. It. B. will cure scaly lungs became hardened. I was so liamson's complimentary poem on "The hoped that since Mr Chllds' return the
0. FRIES, C. E. eruption of the skin weak I couldn't even sit up In bed. Wife" at Hotel Indian River Sunday WlnosLiquors
for Two or three bottles of B. 11. B. are warrantedto plans will mature. es t
cure the worst cane of ringworm. Nothing helped me. I expected soon to evening, have been speculating as to and Cigars
dt COUNTY SURVEYOR. Two to five bottles of II. B la. are warrantedto die of consumption, when I heard of Dr. where the confirmed old bachelor got The beautiful largo, bearing orange( i

t of cure the must desperate rheumatism. King's New Discovery. One bottle gave his Information.Last trees In the Plaza grove passed through Guaranteed Pure.
Three to six bottles of B. II.
B. are warrantedto .
areour I Lam legally surveyed and sub-divided. cure eczema. great relief. I continued to use It, and Saturday evening: (he second hopof the recent freeze with only the loss of Sold at reduced
Five to eight bottles of B. B. B. will cure tbe now am well and strong. I can't say the leaves Manager Peck will soon
apping neatly done. Estimates for the season was enjoyed by the guestsof prices
worst Cane of scrofula. too much in its praise." This marvelous again be presenting his lady guests with
Two Hotel Indian River and'resldents of
to six bottles will cure cataarh.
I lltj; 1 kinds of engineering works. Dieted medicine is the surest and quickest Rookledge and Cocoa. There the enchanting orange blossoms, for ImportedTokay
was a
BLOOD POISON ; which our locality Is so noted. 'Wln,
rom cure in the world for all throat and lung number and the
lines a specialty. goodly: present evening
IlUtI. For this monster of a disease In any form! trouble. Regular sizes 50o and $1. Trial passed brilliantly.The Chief Clerk Chas A. Creighton and from Italy
contracted inherited,let,2d 3d
or or stages
Brevard Co. FLORIDA. producing bottles free at F. S. Chaffeo's drug store; Miss Garvin chief cashier of Hotel Indian .
throat'Bkln ,
piusriLLE ulcersplmples, sores In mouth or
hotel John B.
Plaza leaves the twice
hot, hair falls out, etc.,II. H. B. cures the every bottle guaranteed. yacht River! are kept hustling these daysat Togni,
disease and drives the poison from the system each day for the bearing orange groveson this popular hostelry Miss Garvln lea
never to return. We have o 'er 2rti testimonials Merrills Island. FMMU, the crowds Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay St.,
FORGE W. ALLEN, of cures by B. H. B.of Blood I'oison. No one sister to 0. Garvln Gllmalne, of the Everett -
can deny this written signed testimony. One Sebastian. taking advantage! of these trips It la Jacksonville and.came from Boston JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
man wrote us, "God bless you for so grand a plain to see how dear a spot the orange the offered
to accept position by Wholesale and Itetalt......
remedy. holds In the of winter visitors.,
ATTORNEY AT-LAW regard our
CANCER; BLEEDING, EATING SORES. Mr. and Mrs. A. O. Russell from Cincinnati Proprietor Proskey. .

I. |ej West Florida. 0. have been pleasant visitors Mrs. Young, wife of one' of the proprietors Mrs. Edwin Rice of Beacon street,
Cancer of lip face, ear or neck or brelUlt.external of the Moxie Nerve Food, has The Largest and Most Com
,'0., \Will practice in the United States or internal\ (cancer bleeding, eating. In town this week. Boston, Is at Hotel Indian River, with
d State sores are all cured by B.B.It., the most power. been stopping at' the New Kockiedgo her son for the se\son. She Is a great plete Establishment, South.
9jun05 ful blood purifier made. The Immense rain fall ,of late has been this week. She has been cruising on lady In social circles In Boston and was
- SEND FOR FREE TRI'L BOTTLE.All the fine naphtha. launch Gertrude par- GEO. S. HACKER & SONMANUFACTURERS /
of the sacred
the cause of delay among many of the one of the prime movers
druggists fell B.B. B. In large bottles at ticulam of which were given In last
)ALPII E. SMITH, ]I. D. fl per bottle. Describe your symptoms and farmers with their crops. week's ADVOCATE concert given at lIntel Indian River on
C Free medial advice will be given. All correspondence t.iundaye\'enlng. She was highly congratulated
is sacredly confidential. The candy pulling at the residence of J. G. Bennett and W. M, Strobrldire ,by all for its success. i
PHYSICIAN Address plainly BLOOD BALM CO., 146
AND SURGEON. Mitchell street, Atlanta, Georgia, and sample Mr J. A. Hudson was very much en frequently go out on, C. C. Jerome'iyacht Among the well-known amateur fish,.

[Specialist in Genital Urinary an ''Rectal bottle mail. of B. B. B. will bo sent you by retifrn joyed by the many Invited guests. the Phenol fishing and frequently ermen at Hotel Indian River, Is Henry I
make catches of channel basm
Diseases. Mr. J. R. Newlan ,his a high grade Mr. Strobildge large; recently caught one Bradley, of Potomac, Md., who while
lishlng a few days caught the
Located at Placide Hotel,' racing bicycle, so I suppose he will be weighing 20> pounds. lowing trout: One ago(U-lba.' one 1I- fOI-1; .

I. AUGUST FLOWER. ready for the track the let of May. Lookout lbs. four 2 ibs. eaclq 4-lbs l
IACKSOSVILLE, FLORIDA. David Proskey of Paterson N. J., Is one 3}- ; : ; one ;

Jo.la. Cocoa boys. vUltluff; his brother S. Proskey, proprietor one 31-lbs. ; one 81.lbs.; one Jj-lbs.;; one I I

"It is a surprising fact," says Pre>f. of Hotel Indian River Mr. Proakey 1 j-Ibs.
left hero
Ilouton, "that in my travels in all partsof The sloop Dora on Tuesdaylast Is a collector of rare coins and has a fortune Judge John G. Long, of Washington

|R. C. H. PEETE the world for the last ten. years, I for Rockledge. She is the finest in them alone. Ho Is a well-known a well known and prominent politician

- have met more people having used party boat on the river and will be at the crack shot and fisherman and has has arrived at Hotel Indian River to remain -

EYE, EAR NOSE and THROAT. Green's August Flower than any other above city for two months, In charge of brought in much game, and also fish. a few days with bin wards the

remedy for dyspepsia deranged liver charming Misses Stlckney, who expectto
R. G. Hardee and OF
Capt. crew. L. Barth and Alice D.
Misses Battle
and and for constipation. I find this
5C8 Cherry) Street stomach spend some time at popular re-
tourists and salesmen or for started' to the Stlckney, two very popular young Indies Stlck
for persons Quite a largo party sort. The Judge and the Misses Doors Sash Blinds
Ga. office positions, where head- at Hotel Indian River are leaving with ,
,filling beach in the naptha launch Taloolabut ney will also visit Havana ere returning
aches audtenel'al bad feelings from ire friends for a trip up the Indian Riverand
/ to Washington.
regular habits exist that Green's August not having an anchor they were un- on to Jacksonville on the private Moulding & Building Material

)t McL- DANCY, D. D. r.. Flower is a grand remedy. It does not able to land. However, they had a very yacht lola. Miss Uarth's mother Is An extremely line sacred concert wan
injure the system by frequent use, and pleasant spin over our magnificent bay with her at this delightful resort.D. given last Sunday evening at Hotel Indian Office .ttAVawrooms 1 King opposite

! Graduate of Philadelphia College of is excellent" for sour bottles stomachs free and at F.indi S. eveiyono enjoying the trip very much. M. Chide and wife and Mr L. D.Childs Lorenzo River.Blackstone Solos: wero and recital rendered Ion by*by Mrs.W Cannon Struct.Charleston: I
gestion. Sample
Burgeon, class 1872. Perfect operations /Chaffee's drug store Tituaville Fla., or of Rochester, N. Y., have returned P. Williamson of Washington and Mr. S. C.
to the Plaza for the remainder of ,
Biroraised. Hazeltine Block corner Day J. P. Cooper's drug store, Cocoa, Fla. Go to the ant, thou sluggards-con- the Mr. D. M. Childs Is the Munson. Sacred: and patriotic songs
season. were sung with a great deal of enthusiasm
pad Laura St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.irginia Sold by dealers in all civilized countries. elder her ways and keep away from gentleman who purchased the Paine by the guests and the evening was Sash Weights, Cord and

your "uncle1'1 property In North Rockledgo two years most pleasantly and delightfully spent.
ago with the Intention of building for Hardware
HOW WE TOOK SEBASTAPOL. When a man says that nobody cares Dr. W.,H. Hughlettaflne 100-room sanitarium D. L. Merrill and /, T. Merrill, with

- whether he lives or dies, he Isn't advertising Dr. Hughlett having broughtMr. their wives are booked at Hotel Indian Window and Fancy GlassA
Homes River On lust they wero successful
Itev. S. I>. Paine Delivers Ills Famous Lect himself very well. : Childs through a severe sickness
In returning from an all-day's SPECIALTY.

ure at West Palm Beach. 'fishing trip will; a very handsome stringof

"How We Took Sebastapol" Is the t fish, which delighted the guests of
the hotel. D. L. .Merrill president of BO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
You learn all about Virginia Lands, subject of a lecture delivered by Rev. S. Endorsed Governor. ,'
bythe the Union Steam Pump ( <)., of Battle
its resources, products, mode of cultivation D. Paine in the Congregational churchat Creek Mich.) and Is a right jovial gentle.

prices etc., by reading the West Palm Beach, on Tuesday evening Witt Yi,. i"ia'i magistratt recommends Pt-ru-na National CatarrhRtmtdy
Virginia Farmer. Send lOcts. the :28th.! ult., to a large and appreciative and Ntrvt Tonk.'EPRESENTATIVE. F. J, Slmmonds with hs) handsome .

for 3 months subscription to the audience. It was thrilling description and accomplished wife are back at
the Plaza It being the third ye"rIth
Farmer Co., Emporia, Va. of a personal experience as a MENare Landlord Peck Mr. hlmmond U ono of

[ soldier in the JJiitlsh Royal Aitillery in the most Interesting as well as successful TRADE MARKS

the siege hud capture of that famous D are slow to speak for publication. This la because fishermen who visits Rockledge./ Saturday : OxeIGNICDPYRIONTs Ac.

: Russian Black sea stronghold, in defenseof their Influence Is so great. The endorsement he landed and brought back to Anions lending ikctrh and description mfqnlnklr
the Plaza a 131 pound tea trout, the iwnarliln our opinion free whether all
Russians perished and of Governor, Senators and Congressmen
which 200,000 !Intention li probably pnlenlabltt.
hero this
had been
M largest that caught strictly ninndentliil. Handbook on I'aleuU
1u1t merit. Public words of praise from
.; armies of England guarantees
in which siege the season lent free UMe.t a u nef for unuringyatenta.
Sardinia and Russia such prominent officials must be batted on ,positive Haunts taaan charts & & (;00 rooelfttfteiitl
France, Turkey | notice, without lu
t D.Ndl Alex. Kinglake lost nearly knowledge. The recognition which the catarrh re'meily INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS
according to rl\an.
1832. Pe-ru-ua Is constantly receiving by men of national Scientific Jlln

a million of soldiers and workmen. fame !. very gratifying. Among recent letters from In Effect Tuesday, Feb. 14, 181H, A ande mslr Illnetrated weekly lyirtieit ('I,.

;6.i Among! other incidents were the battles persons of eminence Is the following from Governor KOUTIf l>"iy>I>. dilation sari four of..any.on&ha.olenttfld,1. Bold jlUr"al'J'.rml brail\ newerieelerii.,13 a

COTTON of the Alma Inkennan the charge Atkinson of West Virginia. The governor cayifCHABUESTOX
Leave Tlttiivllle Sundayanil I
t dally except aWashiNew York
SOFT SEINE TWINES. of the six hundred immortalized by West/Va., March D, 188(1( Arrive lUMiklwliie WaliiiMilay. dally... ...except........Sunday ....-. 4:00p.m.: Vraoob fm 026 p HU : I

Tennyson in his famous poem; the work Thi Pc-ru-na diedkinr Co., Columbus;O. ami WeclncKlay.. ... .... 6:.'lop.m.Leave .

A PERFECT STURGEON TWIN .. of Florence Nightingale among the sick GENTLEMEN:-"I can recommend your pre anil Tltunvllle Wednesday ..,.except........Sunday........ 4UOpm. COTTON AND

CABLE CORDS AND MACRAME.E. and wounded of the Crimea and other scription I'e-ru-na as a tonic. Its reputation Arrive Jensen! daily except Mondayand
Tlmmilajr '''' .., .. ..... .. 180 a.m.
EMORY ... ..... Incidents of thrilling Interest. as a cure for catarrh is excellent It having Leave Tltuivllle Monday Tuesday and
JOHNSON, o* s 0.11I. Mr. Paine Is the only participant who been used by a number of people known tome Friday .... .......... .. .......... 4flOp.in.
MOODUS CONN. results." Arrive faint Reach following day ..... 2:30: p.m. LINEN NETTING.
I with too beat
has ever lectured in this country upon very I'
Very truly, VOBTH uouxr
For services rendered In
the subject. GOT O.W. ATKINSON. Leave Palm Beach Honda, Wednesday '
this famous siege the lecturer wears two and Thursday..... .'.......... .. 9.;00 a.m.
him by Queen Victoria and S Catarrh U the national disease. Not Arrive. Tltuivllle following day .IIJO: ,
medals given Leave Jensen,dally, except 'Thursdayand
the Sultan of Turkey. an American family U free from it.- Saturday, .,,.... ...,>..., .. E;W p.m.
iFERRYS The search for relief and cure ia con Arrive Tltuivllle dally,except Sunday
The church was tastily decorated by and Monday,',........ .UUO: p.m.
and American .. stant. Experiments of all kinds are Leave RntkledKe. ",except Sundayand FISHING TACKLE,
the blending of English continually made without result for Wednesday .. .... 900 am.

SEEDS flags and the lecturer was frequently good. Ignorance of the causes and Arrive Tltuivllle and Wednesday dally" except. ...Sunday ..13 uWp.m, Superior quality Linen GUI Netting

applauded by his, audience. '\ nature catan is universal. Catarrb II. GAILLAaDM'gr.. T, T. nternc, Agt.: made from Knox's Scotch: thread.

weN famoue jtn ago-thrlr fame] Mrs. W. Saunders of Mangonla, re- ; ia elusive persistent, penetrating. It Ht.Augustine ria. Palm peach, Via.CllA .
(row* every ytwr-a* Ik* wlnujHi *.lMVHcn, Uen. Agt., Samples and estimates cheerfully furnUlied. -
the to IM, ralwU on-n a!h,a)'.| cited the "Song of the Camp" by Bay _ may exist in any organ of .the body. TitujviiT ,ru. Corks, Leads Lines eto.
best for sale br iMxtl g
i dealer, everywhere. Jive anu ard Taylor, In a very thrilling manner For this national malady there exists J. F. JOHNSON A CO.,
pur paper and alwave worth It. much applause. Mr. Will 1 the national scientific remedy Pe-ru-na Volcanic Eruptions
IIIa'on' ibem. Hun elicited
having that Manufacturers
no risk buy Fnrr'a1.9etle.d Laurie." The v v / which for forty years has been doing a ,
"Annie = Are grand but akin eruptions rob life
Saunders sang MD.
Annual lr" s work. 121 South St., BALTIMORE,
0. ".FIK.fYAO: ; financial and literary grand of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Kalvr, cures
......... MWh. lecture was a great the Con O. W. ATKUSOVU Pe-ru-na is the unflinching foe of them; also oM, running and fever sores,

success. The proceed went to We.l VUflala. catarrh and overcomes it wherever it ulcers, bolls, felons corns, warts, cuts, Palmetto Drug Store,. Day tona. x

gregational church.To mar exist It is tbe prescription of Dr. Jlartman, President of the Surgical bruises, burns, scalds,' chapped hand, -

== Hotel, Columbus, 0., who fires personal attention without charge, to a chilblains. Best pile cure on earth. Drugs medicines, chemicals,fine toilet

restore the clear skin the brighteye voluminous correspondence on the subject of eatarrhal diseases. Dr. JIart- Drives out pain and ached. Only 25o a soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and
Constipation of the bowels may be and wand: health, use ... ..UI'e-ru.na. box. Cure guaranteed. Sold !by F. S. fancy toilet articles In great variety
alert gait taxrh mailed All
easily: the man's books oa e oa application. druggists
{ cured by a few doses of Dr. )I, A. /M. A. Simmons Liver Medicine. Chaffee, druggist. M. UUSTOX, propr
IUQNIUI i Lifer Medicine. Dr .

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I + IHDIAH< BIYER ADVOCATE 1-11 General Miles relative to unfit, bee uge/ ; and to add to the beauty of the Roseland. .

;' f11;1 ? supplies,The Is proceeding with la Its simple inquiry the scenery sand, was bar the thousands Directly opposite of birds our on Indian River Real EstateTITUSVILLE Agen

M investigation -
location seemed to "be the line
Messrs. Duke and Bissell -
and covering as it doe between
l or TBB INDIAN RITE, LA KB specific, the fresh, wine-colored watersof
'ij in Melbourne.
I VOLTA AND B1MATMB BAT IROTiONS.i an inquiry based upon the Mile the St. Lurle river and the briny wa FLA.
i I", allegations Thus, the direct Issue ters of the ocean, which made a moot, The Misses Hudson and Cason, of Sebastian I ,

, fit PUBLISHED SVJCBY FRIDAY. I is being made between the Major beautiful contrast. which a cluster of I spent Tuesday Roseland.
waving palm trees, shut off the Miss McAdams was down from YOU would do well It you have property to ell and want It advertised
t General of the the May I
army on one rays of the bright sun, seat were arranged several the ; free of cost to you, and put in the bands of live men, to write layu,
I Melbourne days
: OMABLM H. WAtTOM, Editor A Proprietor band and the Subsistence Department and tables spread, with tropical pending this at once i
I lit guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Moore. Agency for Blank Contract, and put your property before the public 1
'1' ''i and the beef contractors on fruit and nice thing too numerous to 3T- Many sales will probably be made this winter bjr this Agency. \ivt
I fl! Dl.contfnu nce of adrU. must be mad per the other. This investigation recognizes mention; also nearby the Commodore The launch Spartan was here Tuesday yours. 7Botl
tl, tonally at this office or by writing.Address had most generously arranged Iron bars with a large party from Melbourne,
i r k.I and satisfies the universal for roasting oyster and frying 11 lib. Wo who visited the Frost Proof and other PINEAPPLE LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $Io.00.

public demand for an Independentand are compelled to say that tlner-flavored groves. They were entertained by Mr. ORANGE and VEGETABLELAND8i $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.
l all communications to lit river front
,, Beautiful
A and better roasted could be ; one mile north
searching investigation of a oyster not and Mrs. L. C. Moore. off
: INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATES found. The day spent at Sewalis Point Gallic; first-class oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, 1000. ;
TiTtmvitLB, FLORmA.I scandal which was too gently bandied will long be remembered, by those present -I, Mrs. Roy, of Chicago, has purchased ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay *1 ,
1 t. IhU
I by the late war commission" and all .Were delighted with the the Mallory place. She was pleased with year and $2,000 next. Price, $7,000. | ,
I is of courtesies extended the Commodore the tropical scenery here and expressed HAMMOCK LANDS near Titusville, from $.5 to $25 per acre.
I \,1, Check etc., rosy be made payable to CRABLMft. ;There today no question national by
s and and his wife. surprise at the little damage done by the One hundred and sixty acre, lake front, 2| miles west of Titusville
WALTOJC,publisher proprietor which fills the good f
policy public She the of Mr.: and *
i. .' ./ freeze. was guest pineapple, vegetables and oranges. Price, $650.00.Grain
I mind as does this question of the Mrs. L. C. Moore while here.
j s .V. 8. Department of Agriculture treatment of the soldiers in the
Fla. Fort Pierce. I :r A ::E] :6. :60-c-es
W 4 Weather Bureau-Jupiter, field. Generall\flle'8 now has the Remember that the INDIAN RIVER ,

,I opportunity to justify his startling ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat
u The following is a comparative slate impeachment of contractors and The weather again seems like the short notice. Send them an order
1 ment of temperature and rainfall for the commissary officers, if be can., lie north pole was getting rather near us. and be convinced that It is the place to Hay Feed Flour Grits Meal and
_. week ending Tuesday, Mar. 7, 1899. have job printing done. ,
1800IfAX. -1808- has said that the evidence in his Mrs. Andrews, of Eden, is on a visit to

..' DATE. -. MIL MAX. 'MIN. possession is sufficient to convince Mr. C. P. Platts for a few days. Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arming

I ..t, l' 82 61 07 47 him of ,the truth of his grave Capt. A. J. Lewis returned from Titusvllle Notice. Fm
2 79 f>9 73 63 charges against responsible men. Monday afternoon, after a few -

r I 4 3 80 79 68 70 74 73: 00 62 Now he has a clear track ; let him day' visit on business. In Circuit Court. Brevard. County, all (he time.

Rev. Lane held services the Methodist Florida: IN C ANCJtRY.
make out his case. We have always
5 81 05 68 4P Mineral Ash kills all kinds of
church last Agent for Gray insects; Harmless to
6 73 63 '72 00 believed he spoke advisedly evening, to large congregations.Mr. Sunday morning. and John J.VS.Flannerr beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotation man m
7 61 41 70 61 and with reason ; and if the rotton- Frank B. Everett and RoBill to Foreclose Lowest! cash prices. '
;i. ""R Total rainfall for the week: 0.74 Inches ness he complains of did exist, he Anthony, accompanied by his'two alnaI..Everetthlswife: Mortgage.
and Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE
Marian E. Russell'
Departure from normal rainfall for the daughters, Lillian and Eihel, left, for FLA.
will render the inesti Alfred Russell her husband
a country
week: plus 0.10 inches. Departure : Wilkesbarre, Perm., Sunday morning, IIT =
from normal rainfall since January 1, mable service by exposing the guilty after a few weeks' pleasant visit here. appearing by the affidavit of A. J. Lewis,
who have trifled with for the In this cause CHAS. N. WELSHANS
plus 3.11 Inches. creatures Archdeacon Brown held attorney complainant
t' Episcopal that the defendant Marian E. Russell and;( ,
'+ +i! :J. W. CRONE, Observer. the lives of our soldiers through services in Mrs. J. Tyler's parlor Monday Alfred Russell, her husband are non-residents
cupidity or carelessness. night to a large congregation. Tues- of the State of Florida, and are both over the
I gross age of twenty-one years and that there ,is no
day morning he administered holy com person in the State of Florida service of a subpoena I
1, l1 THE fifty-fifth congress adjourn munion to a few communicants. upon whom would bind the said defendants CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTER
'" VACCINATION :Marian E. Runnel I and Alfred Russell her ,
I itfl ed Saturday, the 4th Inst.without. REQUIRED. Archdeacon Brown, on Monday after- husband and that the said Marian E. Russell ,)
day. noon, at the residence of Mrs. J. 13.Merriwether and Alfred Russell resides the city of Chicago .
In the State of Illinois so aid affiant Is ** HAIR AND LATH. ##
christened her little
a. Anent the prevalence of smallpox girl; informed and believes.It .
r also Mrs. J. T. Lane's two little babies. Is, therefore ordered that the defendant
THE administration argumentthat various parts of Florida, Dr. Mrs. W. T.' Harbin was also baptised. Marian K.Russell and Alfred Russell her bus-
a, all credit belongs to the repu'b- Joseph Y. Porter, State,Health officer Quite a few friends were present. pUlnanl's band, be required bill of complaint to appear on and the answer com- State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

lican party and all hlnrte to the ; has issued a circular, calling Mrs. Frank Tyler handed over to the 'THIRD DAY OF APRIL, A. D. 1899, Old .'Phone 8. ,, )jut 13 Hogan Street,]
,, democratic party, regardless of the attention of school officers and bishop when he was here a few flays ago, or said bill will be taken as confessed, and the JACKSONVILLE '
the either is neither the rule the sum of hundred and complainant be allowed to proceed ex-pane FLORIDA.
of one
acts new public generally, to 55, thirty with said cause. It is further ordered that this
I nor convincing; simply ridiculous State Board of Healthy which readsas dollars, to be .used in the constructionof order be published once each week for four con .
the Episcopal church, which she had secutlve weeks in the INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,
follows : herself. a newspaper published at Titusville Brevard
collected Mrs. Tyler is an untiring County, Florida. A FAMILY JAUNT
f farmers of Brevard of all institutions church worker and deserves
THE countyare "Superintendents ; great Witness, the Honorable Minor 8: Joner, des. i oo a
to be congratulated upon theM of learning, and all School praise for her zeal. Judge of said court.a* well as the seal of saiu In one of our canopy top phaetons or surreys
court at the court house at Titusville,Fla., this
> spirit of activity they are displaying Boards and principals of schools in March 4th,A D 1899. g without can be weariness.enjoyed for. You any length of time

*iil in their efforts to recover the this state, in incorporated cities SMOKE the famous Gladiola Cigar; all [Seal.] A. A. STEWART, solid comfort in one than in can any get other more TJ.

+ losses done by the late freeze. The and towns of over 2,000 Inhabi- dealers. ". ... 22-5t marlO-31< Clerk Circuit Court. hide on. the market. for the horseman

farmers are the backbone of acorn* tants, are forbidden to admit as a ; j, that loves speed, a runabout or as light at

ki ,; munity, and when they show a determination pupil'any.child or person who can ,b can be constructed, well-made and strong,
he will find here bed-rock .
to succeed, in the face not produce satisfactory evidenceof ,1899 Wall Papers 1899 N prices.P.

i of misfortune, it encourages every having been successfully vacci E. McMURRAY & BAKER,

1 one else to greater efforts. nated." Main & Church Sts.,
Manufacturers Agent Samples Now Ready
Dr.Porter urges the immediate JACKSONVILLE, FL!,
THE name of Hon. Robert McNa- enforcement 'of this section, and

I mee, the brilliant young represents recommends that the clause read. Kangpur Carpet. Ajute Carpet in matting ._..ata.... .... w .- .- State. Agents for Sterling Bicycles
T ( tive from Lake county, is being lng"incorpnrated cities and towns

urged as speaker of the House of ofover 2.000 inhabitants," be dis: patterns. Moth proof and cheap.

: Representatives. He is a man of regarded In order that the rule may' The

re fine executive ability, and his be more general l in 'its operation, FURNITURE STORE, Belvedere. Opposite Postoffice,
and that school both I .,
thorough knowledge of parliamentary every public TITUSVILLE, FLA
P t :law qualifies him to fill the and private, Irrespective of size or '

position with ,honor to the. state location at once make vaccination Imported and Domestic
and 'creditto'hitnself.I a'prerequisite to'attendance, upon ESTABLISHED 1&>2.nr ,
Oldest Fruit and Produce Commission House in Chicago. -ia WINES
# 1 t r---r-- the part of teachers and scholars.It LIQUORS and CIGARS.Wine

is hardly to dwell .,
TilE popular house cat must go necessary up- ,

; g along with the beautiful littlet on advantages of vaccinationas T.D. RANDALL & C01
nary bird to preserve the health of a protective measure against 2 cts.Rooms Steaks for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 20::! p. m
i smallpox. Some figures submitted chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon.
? future generations. A Boston doe

j. tor h,as sounded q. note of warning show that while the per cent of coMMissic: : H. W. METCALF, i
and says a great many of the feline deaths from the disease before vac Jacksonville, Fla.CHESEBRO .

tribe are afflicted with consump. cinatlon have been very large, onlya Early Vegetables Melons Fruits and Soutiiern Produce

,,'' h tion and that they spread it broad few died afterwards. ,

cast. He has traced more thun a Pl.n.capp1cs: a Speo1.a1'ty. *1 BROTHERSWHOLESALE a!:

+ one case of tuberculosis to the pet Tibbals.Mrs. Give as reference: The Merphants' National Bank of Chicago; Southern Express -

4 cat of the family, and now another Co.; Florida shippers on application. Also state remittances made in New
'f 'f doctor is warning the people York Exchange, or express money orders on which there In no exchange. _

9 against J. II. LeTuurnau, of Ednn, was a
; consumptive
'' Must we',get along without canary pets if afternoon.A.pleasant caller. \ In our town last Monday C JOMMISSON: : FISH DEALERS

we wish to avoid the dreaded disease \ ,

.t 55 ? C. Fisher and E. II. Walker, of the THE l\IfAPES Season 1898-99. '
firm of A. O. Fisher A Co., commission
dealers of Boston, were pleasant callers .No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market. New York.
; They have been the Standard
x IT is announced from Tallahassee in this place on Tuesday. ,This is one of
1 alt' that the Florida Railroad Commission the oldest as well as most reliable firmsin Fertilizers I for ;2O :-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Red
1i, 1' and Southern Express Boston. years In Florida. Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.

Company have agreed what Much to the regret of their many MA'NURES v Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished if desired.
I Friends here, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallijher .
1 is +4
I j; termed "commodity rates, which I of Cairo 111., was culled home last '
r means a reduction from 15 to 30 Saturday, on account of mi-unusual rush CLAREXCE D. MILLElt. MILLER LONOBOTHAM./
per cent on former rates for locale of business. They were the guests' of Established 1841.
Mr.V.. II. Harris and wire while bore
shipments of fruits and

;i1 j that is on shipments vegetables within the: John Waller, of Ankona, our prominent My Fertilizers Are as good fts Mapos. S.. B. MILLER & CO.
state. The Railroad Commission county commissioner, paid this
place a visit\ lust Tuesday, inspecting
has no jurisdiction over rates to our roads Mr. Waller is proving him They 'all qUOte MapeS ,As the Standard of Exc llen'ce. ,

'g points outside of the state All self to be the right mau In the right The the wnOLESALE-
'i business going out of the state place; as he Is a strong advocate of good MapeS put money In the pockets of the growers. COMMISSION

northward and westward is interstate roads, and is always ready to do all lu Vegetables FISH DEALERS,
Strawberries and other Fruit
his power to improve our roads. Orange: Trees. ,
f traffic and there is no legal No. 7 Fulton Fish Market, New Y.oik.

!j power to regulate rates on such Last Thursday morning Capt. boo. E. Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
'. Andrews took on board his elegant Special attention given to the Sale
; shipments the Pompano
,! as express companies launch Lady: May, 1\1\ r, and Mrs. .Chas. What Want Spanish
yOU Are Results Results
i Results. I have been Mackerel', Blue Fish
do not come under the juris A. Willard and Miss Franklin, of Muncie, etc. ,
1 diction of the Interstate Commerce Ind.; Mrs. Geo. ,E. Andrews, Miss Susie the. Mapes Agent; in Florida over Twenty Years. REFERENCES-Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealerin
y Commission. Summers) and Capt J. U. Andrews, and the United States.
Stt 14'' / sailed for Palm Beach, returning Sun I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods tb Thousands of nr- Stencils furnished on application.
day.' They report a most delightful and Consumers all overthe State. Of all these thousands not one single consumer
TUB good roads movement interesting trip. has found fault with the Quality of these Goods.

throughout the country is not abat On Wednesday morning last the ele- The HAMMOND PACKING CO.
best The
::1 ing. In Tennessee the Industrial gant launch, Buckeye, weighed anchor, yields. best keeping qualities.The (Formerly The G. II. Hammond
fl i j League at its recent meeting pro with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris,owners, most reliable in drouths. OUR Co.)
t and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gallagher and SPECIALTIES :
i } nounced strongly for good roads Mr. and Mrs. J. '1', Waters on board, Always the best prices in all the markets.
;'Jttf A special committee on that subJect sailed for Sew ails Point, where they !"Coin! Special"! hams and breakfast bacon
tt ..1) In its report showed, among interesting were invited to spend the day, as the "Coin Special" canned
Commodore' Read the following. It covers all these J points : meats.
guests Sewall and wife.
't't'I's' ( etitute a taxof facts, that 25 per bad cent roads con. On arrival at the dock the genial Commodore "OBAKGB PARK FLA., August 27th, 1808. "Calumet" hams and breakfast bacon.

: the market value of all the agricultural upon the blue suggested fish./ So that no time they was should lost try In "MR. J, R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: "Calumet" leaf lard.

il! ,; products of the United taking the Commodore and wife on "Dear Sir;-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market,many Homemade pure lard.
,' board and getting trole lines out and in years with Indifferent success. You have often tried to induce me to use "Peerless"
States that land valuea ,
\' ; have increased lees than one hour the box was full of Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they compound lard, sausages
1' in oountry districts where elegant bluefish The ladles and gentlemen cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to and all Packing House Products. Florida Branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
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macadamized highways have been had cut fingers by pulling In the me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, 'and my stuff -
i : built as much as >$10) an acre, and large, gamy fish. It was real sport to has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortunate
see three and four on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait
t-:1': that has large bluefish being: WILLIAM
experience determined CLARKE Plumber
l.'j 1 that pulled In at the sametime, jumping and lag for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my Sanitary ,
state aid being necessary to skipping In every direction. Then they neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen
I the building of a perfect system of Parted for the dock again: on arrival cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them atfrom five to Fine Gas
''! i highways, the burden of building here, the party was directeI to a most ten cents, and I am lure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I Fixtures, Plumber and Gas.Fitter Roofing, Sbeet
had splendid! success also with Irish ,
., roads should fall beautiful tile oQ the extreme point, potatoes.
Ii s upon the agricultural classes.THE exclusively. which U about forty'feet abo. the waer "Very Truly Yours, J, L. MOORE. Iron work, pumps and drain pipe bath tats water closets
directly opposite the Inlet and over. a-' Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and teatlmonlal. ,
looping both the Indian and St Lucia that. will Interest you. A full stock always on band. and-wasb stands.
hew commission 'chosen to livers, and also a full view of the en. Copper icssels of all descriptions re-tinned.
trance of / .. JT. :3EL. TYSHnKT
Jupiter Narrow, the Gilbert' .A.&oxxt, ;
investigate the charges made by Bar club-house, Inlet, the house of ref .. :.. J'ac1E..son.'V'U1c I 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St.,
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gowned women graced the festlvltea with '<

their pre ence. Delightful refreshmentgrandstand
were on the spacious
i while the guests enjoyed the Dilation VXZIFERTILIZERSXXY

OVAL they were also given an excellent: view of

the exciting contests' going on over the
links. 1,

r0i' V Ruthyen has returned from

Powder New York and WlUblnKt.on, where she i SPECIAL PRICES :
eking was called on business. Miss Ruthven mTC
and Miss Swearlngen will again occupy
the Anderson cottage for the balanco of : ) -

Made from pure the season. : .

of tartar. The guests of the Florida House en- FI F .
Joyed a progressive; euchre party recently ..Pineapple .1. ;
was given by Mr. and
feguarcb the food Mrs. Skiles. The prizes were uniqueand r.l
handsome. Mrs. E. A.Johnson won .4.11 u9LXoxLZi.c3. JPortillHxor: : ,
alum. first ladies' prize, while Mr. J. A. Pea- H Price $26.00. 63T Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to ; I.LJ r
against body carried the honors with the gentle .
_I men. Mrs. Worrall won the ladles' consolation GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money.
prize, and Mr. Fred Vilvests .
are the greatest the gentlemen's Delight got Molnttire............................................,..................... ...... S to 10 STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, :
hcshltthe present: day.nru "booby" prize. Ammonia ........ ..,........... .... ................... a to 6
a to fully)) refreshing punch was served to [8 Equal to Sulphate of AmmoNa.u...................................... 20 toss BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, :
the guests during the evening. Available rhnnphorto Arid ................................................... etc 6 rt!
1l mill****l "00..a1w'-' Equal to Hon ''bOfll'b.teof Um.................?..........." "."...... 11 to 13PotaMiKl DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA '{
0. ...... ..............................:.:...........'. B to S "
-- Sy As Equal tosulpLaeotlrotiah......'.......... .,.. ............................... atoto>> SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS: 1j
-- an advertising medium, no j MagnesiaLimeSoda, etc..........................................1.... ....... M to 80 8 r
paper on the East Coast can beat the 8 TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES: !l
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., C3T-: Write for Special Pamphlet.
Miami. and be convinced of the pink paper' COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHEs!

worth. / :P-" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low : 0 ;

real estate dealer H prices. '
E. Waddell, our : t
jg been doing; a big; business of late. Jensen. :
We are pleased to see his ad. in the ADICATE. Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for r

Onr merchants claim to have an Increased H Pamphlet. I.LJ
sold to :Mrs.
i. Waddell recently demand for grits, and we are inclined -
p. Hatchett lot 14, block IK!. to think the mullet are beginningto LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. 4
|is is located on the best street,in Mia take in the situation and keep to deep III

water. When it comes down to hard

The "shoit line" to and from Havana pan, this Is a very cheap place to live if Tac3rsorvvllle: E loxidst.Stewart : I
popular with the traveling public. The one Is willing to take advantage of all)) ,

lamer Lincoln has arrived Jn port, the natural resources at command.C. .. f

hnglng 102! Hrst-class passengers from F. Wolf and F. Wills have
recently who with her husband Mr. Chas M. ;
I and McMillan. Fancy Pineapple Slips and Sucker :
Lvana. bought horses, and as soon as we can Melbourne. Johnson started for havana 1Ve,lues-, .
|fishing smack recently came Intort get an addition to our present homeo- Messrs. Scott and LnFiles, representing for Halo.Abbnkas .
with over $2,000 worth of Spanish pathic slice of shell road, others will do Jacksonville houses, was In Banyanlast day.The -
likewise. the road week. QUODE & OOODE.-fRcal Estate and Loans. Fountain City Minstrels (home
board. Another came in Everyone appreciates h
eke rei on Agent for .Etna, London and Liven ") n tQlobe talent) occupied the opera house stage Egyptian and Golden Queen
pth 1,500 pounds bottom fish on board, along the front of river, now-even those Joe Smith Is spending some time In and Imperial Fire Inuranr. Special on Monday night, giving a highly acceptable Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and UeU
pilch were sold to' the East Coast Fish who once thought it would desecratethe Titusville this week, and Mrs. Smith attention paid to the Interest of non reildenta. performance to delightful audience Spanish. Apply toMADDOCK
mpany. The same parties brought; in sacredness of our homes. Verily, and Maudle are visiting in Eau Gallic. A MATT-HAMS,
free huge turtles, which were slaugh- we live and learn. "Palm Beach Pinery,"
red 1 and sold in the city. will The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the The concert at the house West Palm Beach Fin.
The V. I. S. give a bal masque on the '. given opera ,
Ililliard died of whooping cough on I Bazaar, Mr*.Chan J. F. (Campbell Co., Millinery -
(Recently Messrs. Miller and Castello the night of the 17th inst. They have morning of the 3rd. The little one was Notions, Dry Goods, Ladles' ready on Wednesday evening:, under the' auspices
launch for day's always been favored with most liberal The made and woven Underwear,Ferris' Renowned of tho I'almettoolub, for the bom
artered a a sport burled at Cocoa the 4th inst.
on Corsets,etc.,embroidery' and colored silks,
and that their hall Is fit of the colored kindergarten and library
flsb. In the patronage, now
tnong the kln evening they bereaved parents have the sympathy souvenir spoons,Stationery,eto.
turned, bringing forty monster fish. complete, and affords ample room, a the whole community.The brought out a most unusual array of
(monlt them was a thirty-seven-pound good floor and all that is require to artistic talent: Mr, Chandler McDonald, TRY BUG DEATH \
Ingfish, tbe largest caught this season. make a dance all that could be wishedfor fields are once more green: with HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA.,. soprano; Mrs. Murran, contralto; Miss
Corn pumpkins, squash, overlooking Indian River j; homelike kooommodatlon Howell violinist eto. The music
jour of the largest were on exhibition inle they look for an unusually large at growing crops. and (rood board. Rate IIM per was '
tendance. Admission gentlemen will\ white beans and everything in the vegetable week, according to extremely beautiful.
rotunda of the Royal Palm in the day or$6.00 to '7.00pe r :
lening.J be 25 cents; ladies free. Refreshments line is being grown for home use. location of room. Special rates to Hirer ON GROWING
will be served. This could be done every year and would people CJlAS.T.Mc RU>E. On Saturday night we had Rip Van
J Every day large parties from the va- reduce the expense of living, but it takesa l'rollfletor.nr Winkle at the opera house, the loading\ VEGETATION.
luus hotels are made up, and long and Our pineapple fields that are uncovered disaster to awaken us to the resourcesat part being finely taken by }fr. SamuelW

(iccessful fishing excursions are Indulg- look very brown and rustic, but hand. Subset II>tons! for the ADVOCATE, Qlenn, who, by the way, was the first .
i in. A few nights since there was a there are a great many green ones where the pink paper of the East Coast, will be actor to appear In this role Mr. Glenn An Insecticide and
tat display of fish In the rotunda oflie the fields are thick. Under sheds, the Bovine. received at the Melbourne Postofflce. seventy-one and played Rip four years et IgAJ- ;,t
Royal Palm. Among them were damage is not noticed. It looks now as before Mr. Jefferson tried his hand at It. a. I'IRnt.Food.

hug and bonefUh, mackerel and other if the business is going to be reduced, so .The troup gave a nnUtlnee ou Monday

rletles. The waters of Biscayne bay far as acreage is concerned, and that a A norther struck Bovine on Tuesday.The Editor'W. C. Barnes made a visit to afternoon. e.i, ..WMn.L Combined.
e becoming famous, and fishermen and more thorough and intensive system of. Miami last week returning home Sun
school house is nearly completed.
cultivation under sheds will be Inaugurated
from all sections of the
here the which means more and better L. A. Peek of Melbourne, made a day.A Wanted,
Kobe are gathering to enjoy professional on wind
left here does blow
Tuesday Ik
to apply not
bori. fruit per acre, consequently, better .call here Monday.J. jolly part Easy ,
: prices. Capt. Bennett houseboat, Rochester, For the summer months, situation as off, and rain will not wash It off. Prevents
The steamer Miami arrived from Nas- T. Snell moved his family from for a trip south.W. caretaker of hotel or private property. blight. .Non-poisonous) and will
this first- to his home here, Understands lawns flowers shrubs etc. not injure anything Insect life .
jau week, bringing fifty-two Banyan .-R. Campbell.took a jolly party for except ;
passengers. Among them was R. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Sam Stewart and Allen Livingston a trip to Melbourne Beach In his yacht. Address, R. B., nn excellent plant food, and will Increase
J.Parsons, superintendent the Flori- job printing you need.] visited friends at Pineda one night last All report a nice time. Menttt, Fla. growth of crop. Send for circulars and
a East Coast Steamship Lines and sec- testimonials from those who have used
Id vice-psesldent of the Florida East week. Mr. and Mrs.' Stewart, of Chicago, It. Try It-It will do all we claim.
toast Railway. Mr. Parsons reports Malabar. Everyone here is planning togo; on the brother to Dr. Chas. Stewart, left here J3T We would esteem the favor if our DAN FORTH CHEMICAL Co.,
J vely times in Nassau. Manager Bemis big cow hunt, which Is to start next Monday, after a pleasant visit with his readers, when writing or calling upon Or Leomlnster, Masa.R. .

s making a great success of the Royal cold weather are week brother and family. our advertisers to purchase merchandise, J. Martlnny Gen'l Agt.Jncksonvillo
of the recent
[ictoria. Not only is he popular with Signs etc., would mention the ADVOCATE.: Fin.
Is visiting of
rapidly disappearing. H.T. Harris,. pf Osteen, Mrs. M. C. McDonald, Plymouth
lie traveling public, but he is the most friends here this week, and we hope to church, Chicago, III." and her mother,
opular man on the island among the Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Minor were visit- have him again as a esident here. Mrs. Emma A. Chandler, loft hero last -
''sidents. The English admire his en- ing In Malabar, Sunday. Tuesday for Daytona, but we hope to

Irgy and tact. Mrs. W. W. Wixen will leave for her GeJrgiana. meet them again. Insecticides and Powder Guns.
will be
week. She
Boston home this Mr.: and Mrs. O. W. Bonterentertained
I -Plcaslmention the ADVOCATE when missed in Malabar. the social club and other friends last

riling advertisers. Carroll were in The weather was pretty cool Tuesday, Tuesday evening: in their pretty new
Ned Miller\ and Albert '
About Road the following\ from Mr. Brown, so well)) known on the East Coast :
Melbourne, Saturday. but no damage done up to that time home on the bluff. thirty were
present. Dainty refreshments were "IlYi-oLUxo, Fr.A., Nov. 18, 181)8.)
Mrs. W. W. Vixen and Miss Mamie Miss Kate Clark)) was quite sick Tuesday served, and a most enjoyable eveningwas 'MR.. C. R. TVSE.V, '
Palm Beach. school children had a holiday.
Starck visited Melbourne, Thursday. so the spent.Mr. "J ACKIIOYVn.u:, Fl.A !

Misses Phebe Kindrick and Mamie: The many friends of W. D. Owen will and Mrs. W. T. Wells, Miss Gladys "Dear SirI have linen using the Laurel Green I got from V011 this season
Dr.\ II:C. Hood has returned to Bal- Starck were guests; of Mrs. Wixen on :' be grieved to learn of his very' serious Wells, Messrs. Standford and 1'roHoottWells on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal It, There Is not worm
imino to be absent a few day on busi- Saturday evening. illness. Dr. Chambers is giving him his Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Bylngton, to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster I is not required. It la

e.s Malabar has a new postmaster, C. C. careful attention. little Miss Bylngton and maid left hero acting well on tomatoes and
The demand for accommodations for i Carroll having resigned In favor of Rev The many friends of P. C. Halmlln will! last week for a visit to Palm Bench, \ to nut (Chas It. Tyson, Jafknouvllle] ) for immplilctH and

isitors at Palm Beach this year hasassed C. L. Ilowell who is now in charge.An be glad to know that he Is now slowly Miami and Nassau, and expect to return quotations. ,
all previous limit. recovering from his long and serious illness here to spend the remainder of the sea ,.. -
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Easter programme lit being prepared which has lasted for about seven
Socially, things have been rather quiet for Malabar Sunday school; alsoan weeks. Ho moved> from this place to son.A Uallio's
Inons; the cottagers lately, as many of entertainment for the close of the Miami last summer. number of Eau prominent M. WXSOXZER: .(
|he ladies are busy working for the fair. public school. The two programmesmean people drove down last Monday evening ,
for those having to attend the concert given by Mrs. Mc-
double duty
J. F. Zimmerman, a prominent theatre Malabar meets all require Stuart. Donald and our home talent for the MANUFACTURER OF -
Jwner of Philadelphia, Is at the Inn for parts, but as succcbs for both. benefit of the Methodist parsonage fund.
>short stay. He is accompanied by his ments, we predict It proved a perfect success. Mrs. Mc- Umbrellas Parasols.Repairing

ifs Many orange trees here are while Mr. Leo a rancher! from near Okecno- Donald has won tho hearts of the Melbourne and .

Gordon Brown, of Hobo Sound, is hero with bloom, and it is thought exceed that that the of bee, visited his brother, our teacher last people, and wo trust to see her
I'tr' a few days and If the peopleave crop this year will far week. here again next season at our chautau-
young The new crops of Scotch could not be and Done. All work Guaranteed.
the season just past. qua. Her songs Recovering Neatly
| anything to say about it, he will Mnch lumber for covering has already
py for the remainder of the season. thriving: been shipped here. Mr. John Taylor rendered by a native of the land of oats Branch: 311 W, Bay at. 20/ Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
; i and barley with a clearer !Scotch accent.
W. J, has taken a contract to abed fifteen acres ---- -_. --- -- '. -
Allen .of London, is spending did before the fieeze. Her voice I Is sweet high and clear. Earl

hew'interhere| is planning to buy or for Eat\\ell and McGInnis. Adams, Robert Brush, John Nlr.hOlson,1 Mllllts, Pearl or Cat-tall, 2c.:; per lb. by mall; 15o. express or
I'Wd' a winter home either here. or atrest liy the way, we find the pines less Injured Joseph Conkllog tendered their parts of SEEDS I freight., Gorman, best for hay, 2.10 per bushel. Kafllr Corn
t Palm Beach. Rio. than was at (list supposed Many music tine, and Mrs. L. D. Lockwood, as I white and red, also Jerusalem corn, 20cts. per Ib. by mall; 10ct

William Foster, of Des Moines, and are alroady In bloom and there old will fields bo a usual, was splendid In her pa it. Ib by express or freight. Sorghum, early orange, :'JOcts per Ib. by mail
Andrew Rodel, of Bridgeport, Conn., crop of small apples on most Last Tuesday morning the steamer
/ of the man! that was favoiable. lOcts Ib. express or freight.
young continues
lch caught a large hammerhead shark The body if weather took a.large party to Roseland.
j been Spartan
Lucie river, has bushel Chufas $3.50 bushel.
the St Peanuts Spanish tl.&O
iu per
drowned per
itly while fishing from the pier. Some of our people are planning; to try When the party arrived at Roseland Mr,
found. I Moore met them and es Seed Corn In variety *
The number of visitors entertained ate gardening next winter-just to help out. and Mrs. L. C.
l two hotels here far this is 30 Mr. and Mrs. Miller, of Youngstown, There are many places on our river sorted them through their beautiful Cow Peas, market prices /
|I'er cent larger than so last which year was 0., are spending a few months with adapted to farming and, citrus fruits do frost-proof orange (grove, which Is now Write for price list. :
lonsidcred their son. well everywhere. Even the blossoms in full bloom, and one of the prettiest
the ,
year was no "fake;" It bit were not Injured. sights to be seen In the south. After L. CAMERON. Seedsman,
Stuyvesant Fish of New York, who, That last freeze the had viewed the grove eaten
pines under cover were Int from Chloopee, Mass., who party 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.1H70. .
fitn his wife, are guests at the Inn, Is a us hard; some Mr ripe fruit picked from the trees Mr
bother of ex-Speaker Hamilton Fish, of hurt. proved to be the boss fisherman with Moore escorted them back to ErclJt\oune --
p York Assembly and uncle of Our road to Jensen has been staked, hook and line, has left.for a home.short trip The In Inn, where music and songs, were rendered -- Established '

!lamilton Fish, Jr., the young sergeant and we hope the County Commissionerswill the state before returning Philadelphia by Mrs. Campbell, Mr. and Mn.
McFarlands from
.no was killed In the fighting at San- accept same as we surely need a two Mr. near Moore and Miss Robertson, after which
ago last summer. road. still remain. dainty refreshments were served. Then CHAS. R.: TYSEIT
Henry r The usual large audience greeted; Rev, the steamer whistle blew to call the ,
Marquand and Seth H.
his last appointment. back for their return home. They
'en are two Yorkers Lane at Perhaps party
well-known New Banyan.Miss .
''noaretoarrve, at Palm] Beach thiseek ) it was all Imagination, but your scribe came away laden with fruit and orange (Successor to The J. R. Tysen Co., Established 1878)) ,
saw a shade of care and anxiety on faces blossoms, all voting Eicildouno a grand .
for the remainder of the season visiting her sister usually\ hopeful. Our people have pluck spot to visit; and returning a vote of You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on
"aniuand ir1, a leading, and Mr. Mil- Stella Harper is
l and but the blighting of thanks to Mrs. Moses for charming
Is a well-known commission mer- Mrs Jlilliard. hopes perseverance, and thoughts of another year of manner of entertaining. Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and
badnt. place of business Is on Sundayin ,
on ,
whose Ed. Provost was In Banyan economy, the giving up the trip north, ,
a neat turnout. the getting of a new boat, or the term at
Scott and Ragan are off on a school and many other like good things Daytona. Feed of all Kinds. :_.
Messrs. the Banana river. must leave Its impress for awhile, at -
St. -
Augustine. trapping expedition up least. the benefit of POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone,. Gravel, Cracked
left last week for Nassau, The Rainbow supper for
R. C. Creech Hotel. Mr. Leonard Lee, from Kenosha, WIs., the public library and reading room, on Done, etc., etc.

,nUnlKer Taylor of the Casino, has ar. to work on tbe Flagler and E. visited his old time friend, Mr. O, O. Tuesday evening, was quite a success. WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour. whole winter 'wheat Flour Breakfast Cerb,
*ed for a number of attractions dur- Warner, J. A. Booth, Poppleton, over Sabbath. Mr. Lee has .
and Bacon
Capt. Grits Meal
Buckwheat etc.
residence of Mr. ,
8 March. of Brantley, were down our way been a great traveler for many year and Fire broke out In
Mr Warren week.R. those who were so fortunate as to spend D. I). Roger, on North Beach street FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalolt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco
diss! ttn and Mr8' hugh Willoughbyand( Brantly. is often seen an hour with him bad a treat. Last Sunday Wednesday morning, but was soon sup. Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc

re-rued B. Stewart, of purchase. was bit seventy-ninth birth-day, lethe pressed. INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour
from Grove, his new
a to Cocoanut driving
trip and has
passing, no such
seems scarce sixty of furs and floe overcoats -
ami The possessors of Carbon Caustic Soda eto.
and located Sulphur Bl-sulpblde ,
palm Beach and are have ,
and family that be 18 an old man. We
t Milliard thought as two for display
the B..7, had an hour or .
Alcaur, lerrlll MATERIALS. Brick Lime Cement Platter Fire Brick, Fire Slab.,
to Tropic to take charge of the are learning that the way to keep young Tuesday morning but old Sol loon made BUILDING ,

';rte first:tea given by the Country property while the latter is north. Is to follow his example-keep the heart them quit their foolishness.Mr. Hair, Shingles, Lath, eto. .

at their grounds recently! was arronounced and F.\\..LaRoche drove young, take a lively interest In current I MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS. ORDERS. Will furnish you with
D. J. at home and abroad and avoid Ethan Deuell)) Vulllaume gave a .. .
events '
success in every respect. dowSTfroJ to his sister freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA
tlmehwithuMesent on Tuesday evening ,
weather was just suited for the gala some all bad habits. party
and spent
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I I Tampa
la small and of little value except for '

M t;1 ittl"t,: 1 II preserves, la deciduous, and BO hardy C TIME TABLE NO. IT, IN EFFECT JAN IT, 1899.: Key West R'y

that It can be grown without protectionso

it; !! tI t,! : Potash far north as Philadelphia. A number SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH

; of these trees had been planted In the .5 I Daffy 0 No 85 Dally o STATIONS. Ne 78 Deily o 74 )0 Receiver

.I t4'J department grounds, and, In spite of a+ tV >rsn Dauy_ Itta Dail_y eu :

I.u ,1: or It must be cold, bad borne fruit, which, however, /OOp flop 9IOa ...., 7 NOnTH _
ENOUCH Imm t 10805 405Ar.,., ..r.. rit.Augnstlne... ....,.Lv 0.32.
j\ j.. was so small and bitter' as to be good ...... 10865 146s ............ Aagnatine.".. .., tr 6 ..,,. o. 38 So. i8. ,'0. III
(In fertilizers, .,.,. 1110. .Bastin .. .AI' 7 30 am a, 7
Ar S. ...Lv 6 ... .. iii
J '. only for preserving. It occurred to him ; ... 8 112am ... .. ...
e I'
,: otherwise failure will surely I to cross the Japanese variety with the .n.,.. ..., tO15 905aIV.saes r...........,n............Palatka n .,.Are 715aaT.,.1 ,+Y ..,. .. ...... '. ...... ....,.. 714PIll.:......

t.. result. See that It is there. different kinds that flourish in the southto u.... u... 5Y ...........an atea..r.... ., r 4 ,.,,. I ... 1189am 813am Slip 215p'e4ilpm.: ..
t06 iosaLv..,, ,....San Mateo ....Ar 816 815 ... aOOam 8..lpm. ..'.
i> Our books tell all about get the hardy quality. The practical ...a, ii' r..mn.iPa at uuu..r.,. y 31 .. ; :: :.. ....;... 128V... Iic.. PIll..i..
I BBD I92p 1040. ,.............Ormuad .,. ..I...... 4 01 585 .,.. ... ... ... .... ...r....... '...... ..." ',
r::1f I t., work of hybridizing them commenced, M ..... 15p1050 5 ...,,.,,,, Daytona............. 8 526 ... 854am / .. "
; fertilizers They are sent .,.. 10 ....... ..Port .. :
and the mature buds of the trl-follate 7p IS. Orange. .., .. SIT 615;.. ... SS9am'1240q 450pm11 a
.. Li 601) ,,,,,. 1 Il u. New Smyrna .......... 81 458 .,.. .:::::: ... 2f6am ........ I
; fret to all farmers applying and of the other kinds were selected 8161) .. Hill ............. .. ... ... .. ..... .... .... ..41I1PDlIOIt.... 1
: ii'L/5 :::::: 164p .iloep ........n.Tttu.ville. ........... 404 ,.... ::;::: ... 222am "" ?
'Jar, them. when they were ready to open. The ... .... .. .,. .... : Lit Potai..,..... ... .......;.. 1140&121Y.p! 3M pm 18i
j l tips of the corolla were carefully pried ..... 611p 1141p ....,...... [ .,.,,.. ... 48.. SSIp..... } Ar.......... 416PIll. .....''
na Ia. ...... 145p12Mp ...........Rockledpge............ .815p..... :::::: : ... 210am.: .J22Up...... .
1 CARMAN KAU WORKS. apart until the stamens were exposed. In ...... ...... 427p i sop ......... ....Eau Galtle..C... 12 Y ..... ..:: ... .......... ........ 345pm ICp
4F anthers ...... ...... seep 188p .............Melbonu............. 12 :::: :: LT ........ ....... 320plII .......
13 Nuita St.,Ntw Yak these flowers the or male element ...:.. ..... ........., ...ltoeelsnd............ 114. .,.... .. .. ... .......... .J30plll.. ..
attached to the filaments ...... ...... 520D....... ... ,...0..Sebeattan".. ........ 1l ...:.. .. ... ... ... .. 937a. ::::::..
: are by ...... 616p I ............ 8t. Laois ............ 1047i....,. I t 920& .......... '
I' very slender threads, which are easily .. ...... Stop. $06p "'............ sort Pteroe......... : .. fOam lag 820plII h81' ''
j' ...... ...... esap ...... ............... .n............... 101 :::::: .. 1201pm 1042& 2111pIII .
f broken, and the simplest method of removing ...... ...... .. 8Jllpm 10148 J2IOrlll :::: ;:
.! the stamens was'to pull them off ....... .loop ...,. ...... ........ nsef .............. 967 ...... 615pm 907a 1120.01..."..
l h ...... 0 .786p.. ........... Bob. Sound........... 9 ... ... .. I2ISpm II20a J033PIO....".
with fine-pointed forceps. This processIs ...... T 7 West Jupiter ....... 91 it .'. .737pmt'10aip.. ..J I Bola.1000alll. .... ....
I Ar..WeetPalmBeack.. ... N 885aUYli "
i ...... Jam I25p : : .
'lOOp 30a
teirned emasculation, and during It I. 1461). 6051) Lr. ....,,..Palm Ba ch Ina".Are 110Ss fip( 200pm 1 .... 1020am : :::::

great care, had to be exercised not to loss 86a t6Op Slop ......... Royal Poinciana ,;. 81 11 Slop 100pm I1'i.... Thur.Sant! : q
THE NEW ORANGE. 118& 9001) 5t0p .. .. West Palm Beach...,. Ar 8 10 60op : .. ..,.Wed.&t Wed.'at&MOI..
open the stamens and accidentally poll- ...... 10005 929p ,,,,,f.,....,, Boynton..Lv 787 ,,.,,. 584p ASloa!
# nate the flower. ...... 101 11871' ..,... ........... .....Delray. ......... .7 n ...... Step
Effort to Make the Fruit Hardy and ... .. 1(02a .017p .. ..........Fort Lauderdale........ I. 6 444p .
After emasculating the flower a bag of 11l7a 1068p. .... ......,..,.Lemon City. ........ 6 & 408p : 1 i3fl p. m, Ocala 2:10 p. m., LeeaS
one-8klnned. .ii is 11465 11 00p 'I .... Miami. ..Lv S ll 4
paper was passed over the twig bearing Cars between Cincinnati
I' Man is seeking to improve nature's BETWEEN NEW SMYIINA AND ORANGE CITY for accommodation of and TaD!
the flower and tied around the stem in passen 8
work upon tile orange: and it is likely No. a No I STATIONS.

that he will be able to do It. If such a way as to effectually exclude all '"fiiP "i i L"......... ... .........New Smyrna: .. ...................... r .
success insects and foreign; pollen. In a few 406p SITS ...........................LakeHelea................. .........LT \ Tuesdays Wednesday andmim
1, crowns experiments now In progress the .17p 168a ........................ Orange CitT. .......................... ; arrive Titusville WedneiZ
..4 days; when the pistils had time to mature 4 IoWaAr.......... .. .. ...OrangeCit Junction... ................ : "iji
: will become hardy fruit able to
orange a the Backs were removed and the All tratne between New mYrDa and Orange City Junction Icily except G. D. ACKERLT.
(i ; ;l grow and bear even as far north as Canada General I'aBsencer AncJ
pistils pollinated by rubbing the stamens
with skin that will off West Havana and
a. peel as Key
over them. Then the sacks were ,

t easily as a tangerine's; and, perhaps, replaced and allowed to remain until KET WEST. The steamship "City of Key Went" of the Florida Est oos
devoid of the seeds that now threaten Company 115,14 Miami for Key West on Mondays Wedaei lays and Fridays Peninsular
fecundation took place and all danger train from Jackll..n'rllle'bont 11.'00 p. m., arriving at Key West next day noon. : Ratt a
1 the perils appendicitis says the Washington from the action of Leave Key West :3:80: p. m. standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and !
Pont foreign pollen was ,rlriac Miami next morning In time to connect with north bound train. .
j over. The seeds of the fruit resultingwere
k, 1)) 1 Such a recreation of this luscious fruit HAVANA. The Steamship "Lincoln" of the Florida East Coast
taken and properly labeled, after leaves Miami for Havana on ttnndays and Wednesdays after arrival of train Jan. 10, 1899.
-for that itt what it would amount to- which they were planted in l, the greenhouse yule, about 11:MO p. m., arriving at Havana at 8:00p. m. Mondays and Thursdays.
would deserve to rank with he where In less than two have Lar Havana Tuesdays and Fridays at 10:30: a. m. (standard time),
greatest years Wednesdays and Saturdays in time to connect with north bound train.
marvels of the end of the century. It frown and thrived in temperate temper- NASSAU. Service for the winter Mason begins January; 11100.) .tog g .
and ature. In many cases the perfect crossIng follows : !:: : : '; '; p: :h a:\ II! ,;
1. would revolutionize expand the orange ;rIl 1;; :; ::
of the varieties can 'be observed by 'C N A cN 4Q !
4 "t growing: Industry almost beyond examining the leaves. The trifoliate d _! _
t the limit of the Imagination and remove has leaf that Is small and Tuesdays and Fridays January to Feb Wednesdays and Saturdays; 2254p 2
: : a pear-shaped, roury 4. to February"rondaYI. 2201' 10 311a to 3rq
r' all clauger from! the frosts and freezes while the ordinary orange leaf Is longer ) Wednesdays and Fridays February Tuesdays, Thursdays and ) lOOp 900a ...... 925p SMa I
: ...... 818a ......
831p 80ta II
and The that
larger. hybrid wholly 6 to March 81. ruary 7 to Aprill.'ruelda.1 .
that now from to either blight : ... 130a.. 7308
year year 700p T
unites the two has a leaf that is larger; and Fridays. April 4 to Wednesdays and Saturdays 8a 8110a ...... 84. p 630s74:
hti in large degree or entirely destroy the than the trl-follate, but has the latter's April 88. Aoril 29. 9111a 5 4/1a./ .... 1 oop .... ....
t trees and their fruit (in the states where. chief character.If -Sieamerl depart from Miami and. Nassau at 4:00 p. m. of days advertised, 922a 545a ... 44jp ..., .....
AMtlaation next morning 914& 1I00001145a 4 ...... .....
1 they are grown. the seedlings: that are grafted on the Oon&ectloni made at Nassau with Ward Line Steamers to and. from 'i36a 5005 83na ........
southern trees develop a fruit that cans OUnfnegos, Cuba, on certain dates. 6 ta 3 Otis! 3 lOa ... .....
The freeze in the southern states In not be killed in blossom or maturity by : ..... .. ...... 40p....., ...
1894-05\ destroyed tree These TIm.Table show the times at which trains and boats may be expected : 1140al247a .. / .... .
!i every orange the winters in that section the scientistswill depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departure :: :! ... ... 6001) :.::.. ... .." .
m causing a loss upon the crop expected of feel that they have been sufficiently Stated Is not guaranteed nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any .. .... 20111' ...... .. .... .
J f: t Ls,* and repaid for all their efforts. ,Orange growIng olseqnenoes arising therefrom.For 3"al020p ...... ........."...
nearly $5,000,000, a damage to the \ copy of local time card call at 228 West Bay Street, Jacksonville or 238& 82p:! ...... .817a." ..
Industry In general that baa been computed then would not be attended by the J, P. BECKWITH, Traffic Manager J. D. HAHNEB, 124a '1201'....... 7011a. .... .
r great risks that now encompass it. In $t. Augustine.SAFETY J206a 80ip ....... lll10a ..,...1., ?
? at the extraordinary figure of 75- addition, if a hardy orange can be produced ,. ; .....,1200n...... 200a .,,,,

()OOOOO. It will be five years yet before I that will live In the north and yet / 1126p 84/ip ....... .. ......

orange growing is on a paying basis, and I have the sweetness and juiciness of the n 111101' .". ...
southern fruit, then the work of nature 4371' 355p..3: 40a... .......
ton to fifteen years before the orange will have been the 2'6p .... ......
v4''' wholly improved by : 1200u .....,... ...
1" as large as it was at the time oft
)' the crop disastrous weather. hand and intelligence\ of man. 1 .. ... .... .......

: ...... .. ?.. ...... j sn
that time the agricultural de- : ...." .. ?.. ...... eggs l ij
has been Notice. \1. r..... .... ...... '
; { partment experimenting In the ...... ...... ...,.. 610p16tt
ht cross-fertilization of oranges in the hopeof : ." .. ..... ...... _
E. Is hereby given that it Is' my Inten- y// I,
producing one or more varieties that NOTICE apply together with other citizens t 8.1pnl
: Brunswick 7:45,11.20 a III and :
1 will resist the attacks of frost and that Florida of Hrevaru County to the next Legislaturef b'I": a. m., with through leener., ir I
> to Introduce and pass a bill enacting : I
Arrives Jacksonville from New Or
.r will possess the other qualities not found I a. law to provide regulate and prohibit the running v 4
at large of hogs, within the following terItory .
) in the fruit of to-day. in Hrevard County, Florida, as near as ,

# The practical part of the work is being practicable! about within the .following territory i j between, dining St. Augustine and drawing, JackwnvIIe rooms! |

1' conducted in a green house back of the Beginning eight miles north of Tltusville on cars. L
; he went shore of Indian River thence MID west Jacksonville and the ,Clnclnn i|
} department building in the mall, under one and une-half miles thence southerly so aso and Miami. I
t. the constant direction and supervision( of run one and one-halt miles west of Indian : and New York in connection witll
liver, to a point one and one-half miles went of and Tampa. I
f4; II. J. Webber and W. T. Swingle, special the postofllce at Fort I'lerce; thence southwest from "Jacksonville to Atlanta ud
{4 f to the north prong of the St. Lucie River; thence bv:' No.33. These trains also bandit
agents of the division of vegetable ustorly along said river to Indian IlUcr and ) ( ) through sleepers between tboKl
physiology and across said river to the Atlantic Ocean thence
; pathology 1
,1 northerly long I the Atlantic Ocean to a point ,a, .: } ? ( and Cincinnati; No. 30 opens at
Up to the present the experimental opposite the place of beginning thence west- a ( I
eely to the point of beginning on Indian Itlver. YY will still be sold at the city ticket i|
l' processes have been productive of the t : offlce-
IQfub 31mar R. A. HARDEE.
i, results expected, but the most interesting __ Dix Pass. Agt., 202 W Bay Stl
MacDONELL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
: and delicate stages: are yet to come. Notice to Debtors and Creditors. 7 b Qfi1l

t s. In the green house there are at least a
1,000 hybrid growths from the seeds that
portions having claims against: the es
I have been crossed, and next spring many ALL of Catherine Stewart, late of Coquina .- --.. "..... .
in thU county, are hereby required to pie- .
of these will be
taken to the southern lent said claims to within from the
+ ,' me one year
states and grafted on the orange trees uihllcatlon of this notice otherwise this notice COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW !
will ( ( as a bar to such claim All per-
growing there. Then at least three lions ne. owing\ said enlace shall make payment to Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and Railway.

i j years must elapse before the grafted The Fleet 1* composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers I

1 trees will begin to bear the fruit that is eblO-marSl W, Administrator 0. FR1NK: Comanclie" (new), "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee," "

to; be hardy, sweet, loose-skinned, and \ NorthBound.Steamers .
jtorhaps seedless Coquina, Itrevard Co., Florida.
are appointed to sail. according. to the tide. Florida.
The history of the experiments is of From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays
Fish La .
i W. From CHARLESTON, S. C.. Mondays Wednesdays
rare Interest. In 1892! :! Messrs. Webber For hour of sailing see "Clyde Liue" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston WEST.
( .
I And Swingle were in the south studying Notice l is hereby len that I will Introduce SouthBound.Steamers .
+I the diseases, that effect oranges, and a bill In the next legislature of are appointed to sail from Tier 2V, East River, New York,'at 3 p. m., as
'orCHAIlLESTON, S. C., 1Iollday.'edllesdl\ '.
1',1 there the need of a hardior orange than: Florida, enacting a law regulating the 'orJACKSONVlLLKFLA.caningatCharle8ton( ), Mondays Wednesdays) CARS, DINING CARS,
taking of food fish with seines and nets
a;, ; the usual varieties was brought to their in the waters of Urevard county. Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight ) TRAINS.

@i attention. This was emphasized by the HKNIIY L. P uu cu, (Calling at Charleston"STEAMERS", S. C., both ways)

ll8iistious frost of ISH t-li). The growers an27-mar7: ? Representative "
to nail as follows; .
,:' ,, bad: 1 sought to overcome their foe by From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Dr.w1or'RooII
1t'1UUA\:8.: F1UDA Compartment
,' ICond

t. selecting for planting and development Law ew York.

iy eeds from only the hardiest of the trees ,, Clyde's St. Johns River Line. LIHITED."
growing In their fields but Notice Is hereby given that I will\ In- .
even these roduce a bill\ in the next legislature of between Tampa and New fort
succumbed to the attacks acksonvllle,Palatka Sanford. Enterprise Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.
severe of the Florida, enacting: a road law for the -The elegant Iron Sldewlutel Steamer change.

Invading cold county of Itrevard giving to said county "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE. "FJtEDK. De
In the meantime experiments conduct certain rights and privileges authorizing CA1T. W. A. SHAW. Capt.. W.

i ed by Mr. Webber in this city turned time levy of special road tax In each Are appointed to sail as follows Jacksonville and New York
out commissioners' district, and providing; Leave ,Jacksonville 3:30: p m dally except Saturday. Leaves Sanford 9:00 a in, :
unfavorably, through no fault of his own. the process by which such tax will\ .be a in, dally except Sunday Service strictly first class In every respect.

Therefore, It was not until 1807 that he levied and expended, also providing the SOUTH BOUND, BClUWULJi:. and Philadelphia

succeeded In hybridizing the manner of exercising the right\ 'of eminent Read down.
orange In a domain In opening; roads. Lea Ye 8.311 I'. W. ......,..... ..m........Jacksonville..nrn.: ...........n. Arrive Atlanta Chattanooga, Jaofaa.d'
way to Insure the favorable result of 3.41 p. tn. ,.ur.r.rn......l'al.tka..... ................. ..r. Lease
(, planting HENRY L. PARKKU, I. 8.00 a. Ill. ..u.n? ,it ...u.? .. Astor..r................nrr.... "
kI' or grafting. lIe had found, j au27-marl7 Representative. .. 4.311 .. 'n. ......,.......?.........St. tranela.n.n............n. :
4l .. W.. ..... ... ..u... Jleresford.... .... .....r..r....... .. tot
'\ 8.00 a. m. ..,.,.................Blue Springs..t............ Asheville, Through
Arrive 8.30 a. m. .,. ,.n.,......,........ Saniord.n......... ......... ..n .
: JMALLOBY STEAMSIHP LINE. be 824 a. m. .......... ............ ....Euterpriae........ ........;......... .. ." '

1":11(jl GenM Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., ( vU En..ett.

Florida New York
r; Philadelphia and Boston. B Bowling Green New York. ( 204 West Hay 8t..lacks' .) : .P11 M ;
3 C. P,LOVELL, Aut.1'la.! Bunt.. JOHN. L. HOWARD, car reservations .to.
s5 I From UrnnwUkdlroct), to New York. Jacksonville Fla. Foot Hogan St., .
'I T PASSUNGKU SERVICE. TIIEO. O. KGEIt.; T. M., ft Bowling Green, New York.
t I I I: ct VTM. P. CLYDE CO., General AajenU,
J To make connections with steamrrs, leave Jacksonville S Bowline Green NewYork. la 80.! i.laware A"e.. : Street Jacksonville, Y11
11 on Thursdays 8:00: p. m., via Fernandina and "(}o". Safford"Cumberland ,
J ( Route). Arrive Hrunswli-k 200.: Dinner en 8, H. Hi1DV""""i1
't 1 f. route ur via all rail Ie LYfnit Jacksonville 4:40: p. m. (F. C. i Asst. O.a. Falsl t.
A: I'.). via Everett and Southern R'y. Arrive Brunswick 8J5 FOR SALE. Home-Grown C. Allan M.
p. m. l'.. ellger. on arrival, go directly aboard steamer.I'KOrOSKH ... '

.:"1 i': SAILINGS
; I.v. New York, Pier 21 E. R., 3::00p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv Brunswick # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND $

*Tlday Feb. It.",. .. .,..,.. ...,.Friday, Mar. 3
"' Friday, Mar. 3. ORo\N\E. ........Friday 10 Of the following Varieties ;
'I Frlday 1o.'OIARAIN). .... .. .. "
I } .. . .r .Friday, 17
Friday "" ".RIO OKA.NDB.....,,...,,.,?..,........Kl-lday, 24 ibbaia, Porto Rico Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen Ripley Queen
t Friday, 84.COLORADO.:%,,. ..Friday, 31 ,

1"( For general Information steamers, traln'l-raw. etc., apply to any railroad agent or to Cayenne Pernimbuco and Red 1 Spanish.

1IASIL 01LL, B. A.,2W W. Bay St.Jaskeonvllle. Apply to 0. 0, MATTHAMS, Florida '
R. II.RAYMOND, Oeneral
N Southerq Affront, Brunswick Oa. .
Q MALLORY,U.u.ral Agent, tier :20, K. River, sad 5W Broadway, N. Y.. West Palm OFFICE.i .

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I10TELS-Al1..tbe-year-round. ST. AUGUSTINE.
ROCKLEDGE---Plaza Hotel.

DO YOU BAT ORANGES Do you want to M them In all their glory-on>
the ire** In full grove form f Do you want to pick them f Then !go to Rock- ;
ledge on the Indian.Hirer.' The beautiful new Plaza Uotel l III the hoteL Come- f
a ST. AUGUSTINE. and you will be pleased. Fishing, sailing\ :, driving duck hunting, and shootIng .
a+ alligator all make for while there. The table
up you nor-
i a krrf $t 2,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season.
vice, and social evenings at the Plata have become famous. For the best our )
and Cold Water Maths each floor
Elevator Hot
Hydraulic on ;
rates are reasonable. S. II. PECK, Manager. t
also Private Maths added to several suites and heating Arrnl1A'Cemel1tSfe
: a few of the Improvements added this season, making this :y- See Mr. Chrlstlancy, representative, at Windsor Hotel, regarding rooms and
a popular house one of the"most .comfortable and well equipped hotels in tho rates.
$ South. Write for booklet.
f by
W 2. 1'ALMEU; MncDOWELL.. I New Rockledge Hotel

1 h HOTEL HIBISCUS, Palm Beach,IA \

. j t 1 New Hotel, on the samo side of Lake Worth and very near the Royal ON INDIAN RIVER. .1
P p Poinciana. LEON II. CILLEV, Manager. 1 '
HOLLY INN Entertainment: for guests Includes bowling alley, livery rowboats for fishing:,
1 ,. Daytona, and dally excursions on launch to points of Intel'cut. Shell roads. Rates, t.M:
y and fJ:i solicited. II. P. SHAKES
a jy R. per day. Correspondence ,
hP Facing the beautiful Halifax\ River; finest bicycle roads In the State. Propi Ittor.MUKUITT d
4 ERNEST:: L. CASWELL, Manager.
. f (Mrrrltt'M Islnml).
: THE BUCKINGHAM, St. Augustine, ,

P, --- Opposite Alcazar, Ponce de Leon and Casino, and among the date palms. ITevixis' Rivero-lew.
. WM. P. KENNEY, Manager. .

.. Send for booklet GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. On high pine land. Health, comfort and spoit :No bettor Hunting and I
, The St George / Fishing In Florida.

i'" U OTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. Mns. C. D. TYLER, Owner and Mg'r. Open from January 15th, 1800. M. B. MA iiON. I
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 III.ACII. ,
Immerclal, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50> per day and upward f
1m Union deoot, at highest; point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke
Special weekly season
|m trams. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled
Seminole Hotel !
|ny hotel In the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Hates, American plan, j *

*130 to 11.50 per day; European.plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day., THE FLORIDA ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. "
Manager. Capacity 2.V). Rates reduced from $i to $2 and OPEN ALL THE YEAR. .;,
$3 per day. A large, well appointed, admirably located hotel, giving the com WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.. !
forts and service without the cost of the more expensive ones. Elevator '.,
he Holland ATLANTA, (}A. Steam Heat, Hot and Cold Baths, etc. Correspondence or personainvestigation This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
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 2.00: per day ana
Du. T. A. WORRALL, Manager. J. T. SKILES, Prop'r.
l upwards, ; special rates by the week or month.
Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor

Algonquin Hotel.
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress, .. I
A'" '/'Uilll li\IIn11d'.1 x.11\N11 .IH i.\\\I/ WEST PALM BEACH, FLA.
Bates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone 1G29. King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The Palms I .
A first-class hotel situated on beautiful I.ak&Volth ?
Refitted, newly furnished and under \ opposite Uoyall'olnctRnIJtlcchlo I Iteelootrio
new management Centrally located I bells. baths, etc. $:J. $2.b0 and $3, per day. Special:! rates by iw eok.
LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. near all points of Interest. Largo sample The Palms, West Palm Beach, Fla.,
II room for use of traveling men. Overlooking -
Plaza and Monuments. A full
hi S t te Park Hotel t I LITIIIA SPRINGS, GA. 4 view of the ocean and rolling breakers MIAMI. .
e wee wa r MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric
4 AND GROUNDS IN 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. HOTEL MIAMI MIAMI DI..y.oll.y, FLA.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Open all year. C. F. COX, Proprietor.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithlu Spring: and its health- ,
producing bath. Magnificent bath house In connection with hotel and Pleasure grounds extending live hundred foot to river; 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. HICKEY THE ABBEY
Llthia; Proprietor Springs, ,Ga. Near the City Gates.:. 'St. George Street. A. R. THOMPSON, Propr. JOHN S. BOWEN. Manager.

1 Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport.
Hot Sulphur Baths free to guests. Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day.
Special rates by the week or season. Hotel

Best $2.00 per day house In the city. Special rates by the week. r

Dec. 18, 1893.n I Proprietor.
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i The St. James needs no Introduction to visitors of Florida. From a small This hotel is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It Is .centrally located, near --- -- .
, ginning In 1809, the St. James has increased in size and added to Jts appoint- Post-office Bank and Cathedral. MAGNOLIA 8I-1UN 8, FLA.!
q DenU with increasing popularity of the tourists' travel to Florida. \ Rooms, COcts to $1.00 per day; $1.50 to $0.00 per week.V. .

1: The location is unsurpassed, being on the highest ground in Jacksonville, D. SANCHEZ, Manager. AGNOI.IA SPRINGS, FLA., \' J
[cine the St. James Park. Magnolia Springs
..r,, Baggage checked to all points. (St Johns River)., 1
It Its music, as in the. past seasons, will be furnished by Prof. Ed Prouty's Or- PALATKA. Twenty-eight miles south of Jacksonville by the Jacksonville, Tampa Jk Key
jestra, and will be of the high grade. This house, as in the past, is under the West Railway and river steamers Open fires In all rooms. Steam heat.
::1 anagement of J. R. Campbell, and everything will be done for the comfort and Elevator. Pure spring water. No mosquitoes. Woll kept golf course.
" |easure! Of its guests. Address by mail telegraph, Hotel Tennis, Shooting, Fishing. Boating, Drives, Swimming: pool. $.1.00 and $4.o6per
.::1 J. R., CAMPBELL, Jacksonville, Fla.ote'l Graham PALATKA, FLORIDA. day. O. D. SEAVEY, Manager

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J The only Brick Hotel in town.. Electrio, lights and bells} Open the year SOME HELPFUL HINTS. !
II JACKSONVILLE, FLA. round. Servka strictly first-class. ( ', Horn pathic
., Placlde Rates: f2. O per day and up. Special, by the week or month,'and to families. -
. New Management A severe poroxysm of coughing may \
often be arrested by a tablespoonful of
11 ," Proprietress' glycerine In a wineglass of hot milk. Dyspepsia Powders.
-t i. Centrally Located. Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. ____ .
.-- -- Is _
Cocoa now much used In the place
Unexceptionable cuisine. 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations O---- '
for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. of chocolate for Icing cako. The Icing Is
Conducted under the able and efficient management of made by beating the whites of two eggs Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruc-

A GEORGE WILSON & CO.Travelers' HOTEL ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA FLA. and mixing with them nearly a. cup of dons, Beichings, Piles, Itching of
COQUINA, powdered sugar. Add two teaspoonfuls Skin, LIvorJTroubloB; Heart, Palpitation .
of the etc.
Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling. of cocoa, ___ I j
New Or an icing that is equally nice and !
MRS. M. VANCE( Proprietor. Dln>1oNs-A: : powder before inonL
Is made withoutany
he I. Hotel t really pieferied by some
and at bedtime.
II Management. eggs. Boll four tablespoonfuls of I

granulated sugar with the same quantityof -
SYDNEY HAIGH, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. water for a minute, then add a teaspoonful Twenty Powders, M cents.. .

On the Halifax River, find ono mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of of vanilla. und two teaspoonfuls -
palms and live oak Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot of cocoa, 1.10111mlnuht'. longer and. the Depot:
Electric Lights, Electrio Bells, Baths, Complete. Service. water. First-class in every respect. Icing l In ready for use ,

THE BEST $2.00: PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. W- Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. Here Is a wty for cleaning gloves that SAMUEL EDEN, M, IT..,.

1 Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the :Traveleis.lotel Address: SCOI3IE & LIPPINCOTT. is both successful and cheap. Have BROOKLYN, N. Y;. ;
ready a little new milk In a. saucer and apiece
of,towel or cloth folded three or 1310 IJullhwlck Avenue.
Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. four times' On the cloth spread out tho

Near the Ostrich Farm. glovo smooth. Take a piece of flannel
IN'LIAN': RIVER :HOTEL:: : and dip It In the milk, then rub oil a FREE

On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling (!quantity good soap with the wetted CONSULTATIONwith

joys, tennis court, croquet grounds and other. amusements. Roseland must ben RTITUSVILLE., .flannel and commence to rub downward
to be apprecia eQ. If to Florida this winter call and see us. The p
you come toward the fingers, holding it firmly with our home treatment. Wo are
oro of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Tran. INDIAN RIVER, left hand. Continue this process until physicians, and you get the benefitof

eQt rates, 6.00 to $10.00 per week. Stop on your way north or sou h. FLORIDA. the glove, If white, looks a. dingy yellow, our experience No matter what

S. R. KNOX, Manager. though clean; If colored, until It looks your trouble is, how simple or bow

J. G. BAST, dark and spoiled. Lay them to dry and hopeless, we can do you good, and
the old gloves will soon look nearly new. It we can't we will honestly tell you

U cm OXFORD'JACKS NVILLE, FLA.Opposite St.James Hotel. 4. Manager. They will be soft, glossy, smooth, well 10. Thousands of tired, weary, tick

shaped and elastic. and hopeless people have been entirely -

Convenient rooms comfortable and r I c'I Open all the Year. Bait and water Is an excellent dentrl- and permanently cured by
to all parts of the city,
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleasant I I. I lr. '1 ry uSul floe for the teeth. It not only cleansesthe .
stay Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when In Jack- a4 teeth, but whitens and hardens. the COMPOUND
Only a few minute
i ,?I I// n .. gums. ,
MRS. M. 0. FINLEY, Propr. r walk from Railway stations Always keep the ends of silk\ and cot. OXYGEN t .(t
and steamboat' land. ton In the little notches In the edgei of ..
e I Ings. the spools provided for that If Why not take heart again and Investigate
JACKSONVILLE, FLA. On the bank of the this Is not done, the thread f.urIJose.. thls'great; principle We have-
to h e Andrea House +t r far-famed Indian River.HOCKLEDGE. silk, will be likely to unwind and get In thousand of testimonial Send for ,
No. 318 Newnan St. to a snarl; then when one Is In a hurry book on home treatment wonderful "
she Is apt to lose time and patience get ,
American and European. Rates, $1.00 per day. Rooms, without board, 50c. ting$ a needleful. This seems a small curei to the tick, etc., free. ,
Per day. Special rates to permanent guests. Streetcars passing house con- matter, but It U all these little worries
I fleet with trains and boatll. Ask atop at No. 318! NwDan St. that wear upon the nerves of women.A DRS. STARKEY &.
conductorANo .
owner and Proprietor.Ii FALLEN
little warm glycerine, well rubbed ,
HOTEL, INDIAN RIVER ROCKLEDGE, FLA. Into the scalp with the fingers after the
hair has been shaken out, counteracts 1112 OIrani St., IMilln., Pa.

lotel Ii JACKSONVILLE, FLA. The largest,1;\)leading and best located hotel at this beautiful resort. the tendency to dryness that ls commonto (HIT tab 000
Geneva some heads. After such treat \
Cor. Forsytb and Cedar 75 Rooms at $3.00 per day; 75 Rooms at f 3.50 per day; 75 Rooms at $1.00 per meat there should be persistent brush '
Completed In 1893. Modern Improvements, baths, e to., on every floor. Gas day. Special Weekly Rates. log. This dryness of the scalp U one of Flushed cheeks, 'throbbing temples,
and electric lights: elevator; Artistically I and elegantly fUfOi&bed.flr.t-cIasl The only hotel at Rockledge with steam-heated balls and sleeping rooms. the most prolific sources of dandruff nausea, las.ftudtlost appetite, sallow,
Recognizing; the fact pasSenger that Tourists are looking for low rates for week Electric light plant, elevator and orchestra. Tho perfection of cuisine and and any treatment that secures some bitto complexion pimple, blotches, are warn
aecommodatlone this house Js reasonable prices by the. service. Naphtha launches. PLENTY OF ORANGES. the hair has a tendency to mitigate I Dr.S. Take Dr. M. A: Simmons Liver
Ztonth or season.. makl.DJrOOYe\V rates OD application..11RS. S. PROSKET.I tho other evil M well. Medicine. "' :
Rates ,
per J. C. TERRY, Prop.


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by the society l In,tbo library rooms ;wai. J P '-CAeeOLL' :
March 23, ISOR, J P
i i I IP At the meeting held for tho month of r-

February, 1899, it was moved and seconded in the FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All'ft;
that the anniversary of the first Board of
and Tinware, Your
meeting In the rooms be celebrated this Com patronage Solicit.
23rd Inst,by a reception of the ladles of the FLORIDA
the society to the'citizens of the town, he could ; ,
when there will be light refreshments therefore ---..:;::

of IIl'rvedlree music, etc., and a programme composed did be Issued the .. :se.. .i.C: d<=, :S O.

BENJ. W. JEROME.. card The tables rooms,. are chairs furnished lamps with, besides a piano the, Sharpe as follows; ; Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple &: Fancy Groceries, Fr

bookcases book-talle and shelves. The 2748 for $ ; : : of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Y Meal< (L
State Hcproncntatlve. PEXNSYLVANIV kitchen with table, cooking stove, cups, $:l00, to ; !) : We are the only house on 'Indian River dealing exclusive! n:
nON WORKS CO., for saucers, tumblers, etc. 'The furnishings J. R. ; I We invite your correspondence and solicit your patron' ;
tho Hale of GLOBE HAS ENGINES, gu to make the Avilah a popular place $200; Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO.. Titusville,i
Marino and Stationary. for Christmas tree festivals} card parties, Warrant
;/ etc., not to say anything of the literary. the ( )) --
Soiling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE part It takes in the advancement of the I $150; C. ;
MS MACHINES. Safest Cheapest | country. During the -summer'" months $14; W. / ; JMtotlow -
and Heat. light for private dwellings the literary society spend very pleasant $7.00.
and IILIII" weekly evenings in the rooms when a The I
programme of music, recitations, etc., of the (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
For prices, catalogues: ant estimates, the time
passes away.
address, for paper 1899 to Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Wh1sU

11 BENJ. W. JEROME, ,I lost. Bottled Beers Ales and Stout.

r PROCEEDINGS. Line of Cigars. **. Billiard and Pool Table

The Anhenser-Bnsch Brewing Asso'ion. Land trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention /given to n,

TiiusvittE, FLA., March 6, 1890. of the F. \ accompany your: ,order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusville,pi
Famous St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beet the
The Board of Brevard County Commissioners
r, Hold ht Men. Louie/& Motlow, Titusville, Fla met on the above date pursuantto can
Mr. J. D.Crabb,Cocoa Kla.
By charge, by
By Mr. W.J.Tucker, Fort 1'lerce, Fla. adjournment, when ,the following F. E. C. Z1
: members were present : W. II. Sharpe, I
l'w ...JOSEPH ZAPF.x ... chairman; ,J. Mendel, J. R. Walker, J. This poultry Is a A LESSON IN COOKING
N. Waller, J. Houston; A. A. Stewart, '
clerk; .1. P. Brown, sheriff' A course dinner so as to have it done jj;
Wholesale Beer and Liquors. The following business was transacted, ( I isfactorily, or In baking or roasting, wi,

to-wIt : II' be given the cook, that
,,r', West Bay Street, The minutes of last meeting were read uses one of on
and confirmed. joyable Steel Ranges, such as she never had bt
Petition received from W. II. Harris Monday fore. Flaky pies, light cakes and wet!:
and others about spreading shell On the fairly baked breads, with a small consumptioncoal
public road in the Eden vicinity, which condItion o
'Southern Home was referred to J. N. Waller, Road Commissioner from a delights the housekeeper. Our stoc
/ of District No. 5, for action. ence, 3 of steel ranges,'cooking and heating store;
Bird Food On motion the letter of C. C. Carroll, of ; is worth looking at.
( Mocking: about having performed some work on ;
the county road in the vicinity of Mala- Blue ;
25cts per Ib.5lbs.. bar, was referred to J. Houston, Road C v. .1
Commissioner of District No. 4, for ac
i for $1.00 tion.Petition East '
received from Henry W. Rich- PRITCHARD &. SON
ffl \ Fresh Every Day. ards.and others about spreading shell in ,

Manufactured by the vicinity of Eden on the public road,
was referred to J.N. Waller for action. 'tu.sV'l.11.e: : '1a.ESTABLISHED .
f" HENRY R. THOMASLaVilla The treasurer made his monthly state- CD:: J
ment on the different funds of the coun s:>>
Pharmacy, ty, including the fine and forfeiture fund en- 1875.
k Cor. Adams and Madison Sts., for the month of February, which were : '
L JACKSONVILLE:! FLA. examined and approved. J. R. Walker --..
: aEA. :aO-o-eS
and J. Houston were appointed, a com- ,
mittee to, destroy the warrants turned s_:>>
E. H. ARMSTRONG over by the treasurer as per schedule. GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZER
The committee reporting'' having per- ,
formed their duties, asked to be discharged :=
x;, ...Si>ccialis-t... which was accordingly done. 1r.Cyry Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

The treasurer also had a. certificate attached the best and reliable
most Seeds. A complete stock of Hay
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. to his report showing that the CO- Wheat Grits Meal Cotton
Seed Meal,' both bright an
balances his report called for were on State for '
agents Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
deposit in the Indian River State Bank.
-Guaranteed Analysis Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Grow
j Located at Clarke's Pharmacy, N. E. On motion It is ordered that a warrantbe of Potash Sulphate Potash, Kainit, etc. These fertilizers have t
drawn in favor of J. R. Walker for and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
Cor. Bay and Laura Streets. $23.CO, to buy a ticket for James Dun- THE MOST
can, pauper, to send him to his homein
Tennessee. ::
Only Specialist and exclusive dealer in On motion, bond of C. II. Rooke, for The "Ideal Hat Fastener.
..I Optical Goods permanently located in Notary Public, was examined and ap- THE .
the city the year round. Eyes carefully pioved.
':. .. and scientifically tested, and glasses correctly On motion the road report of CharlesM. will find it a Bool
fitted. Oculists' prescriptions Nelson, W. T. Hayes and J. L. Keene Bicyclists
; carefully filled. AH prices just and was examined and accepted and notices
reasonable., and absolute accuracy guar. ordered be posted according to law. and salable invention out. No hat pins required for hats 01
anteed. On motion, the road report of J. S. .
Office hours: 9:00: a. m. to 4:30: m. Keck, John Somerson and Jaa. Holmeswas to agents.; Quick sales and large profits Send for partic
Northeast Cor. Day and Laura Sta., at examlnated and accepted, and no- U"t Address "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
Clarke's Pharmacy tices ordered to be'printed according to' given: Atlanta, Ga.

y'. law.On
motion, Mrs. Martha White was
For Sale. the list $10 month.
placed on pauper at a
On motion, It is ordered tbat in the
of this Board under of Life Time !
.: lots At choice Daytona vegetable, Fla., and five and ten lands.acre advice, in the case ,of acting petitions from legal ,' a

orange citizens praying for the release .of the
K; Cheap for cash, or will make liberal
bondsmen In the Feaster have
case, we
t{I terms.,22 Address Hogan COUKTLANO,St., Jacksonville BUCKMAM,, Fla. against not the power them. to release the Judgment property will be sold ,at a.."

If: On motion, it Is ordered that the following f I
bills be audited and'ordered to
"Sain Perkins is Dyeing" be paid:
W II Sharpe, Co. Com'r. .. ..$ 900J GENUINE BARGAIN.
Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned, pressed Houston, .. I 1320J
and repaired. Dyeing In all its branches.Old N Waller, II II .. 20 40
clothing made to look equal to new. JR Walker, II II ,. .. 6 00
All orders by mail or express promptly J Mendel, II II .. G 40 Edison of Grove In as fine condition Indian River con
marine : any,
attended to, Prices low. Work good. A St Clair-Abrams, legal advice in, gas
Satisfaction guaranteed. Feaster case, , . . ? 250 00 six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest racking
SAM PKHKINS, Cleaner and Dyer.Titusville A A Foul l, fish warden. . 4000 "
Fla. D Cain, ferryman ;. I 000 FOR 1 midway between Rockledge and Cocoa; Convenient to the
.: 10 years in Sanford, Fla. R A Conkling, COO J ., of both.
J Mendel, copying com proccdings OliO
General Merchandise Store for Tltusvllle electric light ce.. j. 9 00 particulars, apply toWALTER
D L Gaulden, salary co judge. 25 00 GOODYEAR,
Sale or Kent. T J Cockshutt, registration officer 10 41 Dept. A., 3 to 7 W 29th St.,
A A Stewart, accountant ... 15 00 N.1'
New ,
T A Johnson wood clerks office 00 Mosquito York
lias good location, good patronageand ( 2
comfortable tenement also stock of I It State bank, Interest. . . 44 S8 Cloth. ,
, : goods and all fixtures, etc.;, for store and AHadley, Ice... . .,' .. .. 140 bers' 41cts. \ JACKSONVILLE
,t 'post office corn plpto. ADVOCATE, advertisIng. . .. 1 00 $ The
FS Chaffee medicine prisoners 3 40 Clyde
I Address A. J. OLDS
p. M., Pritchard have In visit the nr-
,1' Wave and, Fla. J & Son mdse for jail 1 10
'! E W Hall, com as tax col for ISO! 380 55
Gardner Walkerblankets for jail 900( () In the South
Eggs for Hatching. M Goldsmith, pros atty & con fees 08 33
J P Brown, waiting co com'rs 0 00
White Plymouth Rocks, exclusively, J P Brown, Jailor . . .. 3000 best liquors that money can bay
'If as white as snow, yellow legs and beaks; J I' Brown, feeding: co dog. . 2 00 '
bay eyes; the best winter-layers; the J P Brown, janitor. .. . 5 00 J
:i best for table use; the handsomest fowl. J P Drown, summoning jury for brands constantly on hand.

I Guaranteed true to name, strictly fresh, county court, .. ,'. 3440
and to arrive In best order. R A Dobbltt, work on jail.,,,. 300 SMITH & MUNCH, Proprietors.
Address, II. FBIKDLANOER, Brevard co state bank, interest. 20 80 Bu.1.1 : : : -
Interlachen, Fla.JQF Cocoa & Rockledge News, publishing Sl.d.o: : ==
finance statement . 1000J VI.'trl.: : : : : :
R Walker, defraying exp pauper 23 00
Reading notice ads. this
page B R Wilson, attending prisoners :3 00
aro five cents per line week. c : : : I. ,
per Amt paid,for paupers . . 11000S :
Norton, wood for jail,. . 200 '
THE EAU GALLIE AVILAH. K D Orlffls, road work. ... . 7 00 La.' : i Jewelry Diamonds
T A Johnson, road work 1501)0) Sc : I III ,
W U Sharpe, road work. .. 13 50
1 :At the meeting of the Avilah members G U Hall road work. ., .. 3 OiJ Write Sonienlrs Wedding Rings and Presents
t their ,
rooms on Feb 24th, the follow-
<, R A lonkling: repairing lighter. 5 00
ing report was handed the writer for Fee & Stewart matrl. for lighter. 10 88 'tY

publication! : CL.'aberroad work. ,,,, ., 1500 E & FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIRIE
Report'of chairman of Ean Gallic P Hanson, road work.. ,. BOO Si1VERWA
Library for the year ending Jan. 21, 1800: J Larsen, road work . 2J 60 E. A SPECIALTY,
The Eau Gallie branch of the Indian J N Waller, Inspecting roads. 14 00
River Avilnh was organized Jan. 21, 189S. G F Paddlsoo, matr'l for bridges 0 30 Charges paid one'>ay. R. J. RILES,
The library was formally opened to B Krudsen, road work. .. :2 00 225 W. Bay St. JACKSONVILLE, FU-
the public April U, 18 18. We have now J Houston, Inspecting roads 600 ,
'a In our bookcase 415$ books, 200 of these W 0? Kinnard, road work . 200
are bound volumes, 01 have been bound Hodgson Bros, matr'l'for bridges lit) 30
by the society, and ito paper-boom! ones II Larson, road work. ,. 19 l 60 LOSLEY.
now These books have all been donated C II Rook, road work. . 775G ...
; also It large number of magazines, F Paddlson, bridge material. 43 45 A Select
soml-weekly papers and journals are to J Storm, road work. .. . 187J WATCHMAKER and JEWELER
i be found on the tables. M Ornell, road work.. 7 00M Tracts of ,,
The sum of $1.00 has been received D Hanlson, road work. .. 8 65P
for rental of books during the year. Stein,' road work. . ..It II It 360 West Titusville i Florida.
This seems a small amount, but as sol E E Swlnson, road work. . 14 60 For (CHArrKK'8 DRUG STORE.
many of our citizens are yearly subscribers C C Carroll, road work . 1812M )
to the library we cannot look Goldsmith, conviction foe. ... 6 00 with some of the biggest watch and clock factocles ID
for much to coma Into the treasury from J M Sanders, crlm'l prosecution 2 42 all1 prepared to atte\1d to all kinds of repairing and clean

renting books. The first meeting held A A Stewart, clerk, . . 21 H clocks. ,. jewelry, etc. If you want a, good job done

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