Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00015
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
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 -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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 - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00015
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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1. .:tfJ. ISTo. 3. TITUSVILLE, FLA., B"RIDA: FEB., 38, 1890: Price, 5c.


-The ADVOCATE still has tobacco Rend Tills Column CnreCully. -Mr. R. F. Hull pall Fort Pierce a i I'I'i:! -Capt. E. M. Goonall't yacht Nemo TRIO FLKMlNCi tilt ANT.

seed ti>give'awAY.Dr. visit> on WelhluKtiaJ"o. I was haulod up on Nelson's ways Woduos-

W. S. Graham Is exported borne 'UK EAOI.K CLOTIIINO STORE In the -Miss Aline Kttfrer took tea with her" !,day to have her rUIt.ot'lIt1on! to. i
Till Fine holy .f Land Will
o-moriow from his BiHcayno Bay trip. ADVOCATE brick building, Tltnsville friends out at Latia-ange. yentvrday -Mr. Ed. Hartonstwln, of New York,
are the leading clothiers on> the East Soon be the :Market.
-Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady; after Const of Florida. Watch thttir ads on -Mr. and Mt... E. 1*. Porcher, of After upending/ several months on Indian on

spending over a woek at Went Palm thin and. other pages, and *> not fall Courtenay, were" ]pleasant, visitors to River, loft for St. Augustine yonterduy.Mr. Otir Sebastian oorroHpondcnt writing

n leach, returned to town,on Wednesday. to give them a trial, town on Wednesday.Mr. \ and Mis. D. A. Blodgott and ADVOCATE:, yesterday, l'uspeeting' tho

Commodora F. D. Hutches and wife Clinton Hiiinvt Hcrsoy, a prominent litttlo Miss Union,, who have boon on a above big body of Und, says:- i

: have: left Lake Worth for Coconnut JEST line of candles-Guntltor'a-kept resident of M. Paul I, panned through few weeks' vlnlt to liockludgo und. Palm ult would be us well to remind all q
Grove, Biscayne Hay.9hl.'l'o the Anvo- at the Corner Drug Store. ""J'lhlllvllleVe.IJloltllay, en route to. the Bench, returned to Daytona: a few days readers of I tho pink puporof that )East

I t CATE follothom.' -_&_-- loyal! Pulnvlaaiv, Palm lloucli, whc.'iu l 1.uexpects njro. JoiiHt) that that. I iiUmoiul-Hliiipoil' : meet of

to spend several wcuks.1111' -Liuly CI"'elllHOIII'" of IUvlt'rlaul; land known na till Fleming irant, t that
-Mrs. Cl.trcnce B. Knott of St. An- ..osr.KY A RKNAKKII Titusville, have
Ml'"KI'R. .1. C. Armstrong\ and II. J, Will- 111'1'01"11[ blank ou thu FUnld.v\ Cant: fount
tho In 1'V.. Sclumimmkcr nn.lllnn ofNew
fnstinp, accompanied ice little son, linont lOot cigar town.JOYH ,
York arrived at liockledgu on Ilmall, of Cincinnati, wore among the hallway map, and which lien U>twueu
returned homo Saturday last, after I a few --- the UiiHHoll truck C'lnclmmtux Farmsa11ti
who left for NiutHau on Tmw- -- :
weeks' visit to Palm Bench and Ormond. Wednesday, to spend Home time. Theyare passengers
ADVOCATE Printing Office all wool Imported cheviot; blue, ( which, pitlntM at the continence oftilt
flie prcjiilnont and 1 well known manufacturing
-The ADVOCATK: returiiR thanks to Muck or brown milt at the Eagle day.fr. Sebum link and Indian Rivers, tJlII-
Titusville, Fla. many of St. Auguntine's bust people for Clothing Store, Tltunvllle, Fin.BAnnsu chemists. G. Cary-Elwen' left hunt, Ion- bracing about 20,1(XH> acres will soon boilaced i

courtesies exteudud to representative -Mr. and Mrs. Francis Luliej of New day, for Ovhiudo, Tampa and utter on the market making another

If you receive a sample copy of the few days he spent in that charmingcity SHOP. George Jones has opened York, have been enjoying n trip along places, on a pleasure trip. In a letter to now entorpiUo for Brevard county bo-
DVOOATE,' it Is an intimation that of palatial hotels this week. a hair dressing establishment\ at the East: Coast, but are now luoatod at the AIIVOCATK:, he reports ho Is. Imvluga sides the t'kuelniuttus Farms sohwiuo, to

ulll give us pleasure to add your 'I the Indian River Hotel, Titusville. MI. P. J. Kevins'' Hnely-locAtotl hotel at delightful time attract settlers to Submit" and boom

to our fast-increasing list of sub- -Mr. Geo D. Bain who has been where he wilt be glad! to see his old( Merritt, where they will he well taken -.-Mr. and Mrs. C. J. H.itoh and Mr. our fnst-KTOwing town. There are no
orn. It does not cost you three spending the winter on his pineapple and new customers. care of by the genial host and hostess. and Mrs B. M. Flake, of Boston, who nitre bountiful tt"N" nt any point on the
week (postage Included) when plantation at Jensen, line returned hometo I have been visiting tho Gulf Coast stop- 1 Cast C'iut t, for winter residences and
i per Miss Davidson of
i by the year.and it can be sent to St. John, N. B., to brave the rigors of SKND to Losley & Renaker Titusville ona's- prominent May and one Day- pal! over at Titusville from Weilutmday loteU, than thou of tho Fleming Grant,
popular young/
[in any part of the United States or that northern clime. for a gallon: of their famous "Belle ladles, was among the panty on board until yesterday, on their way tu> Palm that overlook the two rivers, there being!

Ida without extra expense. Among the prominent arrivals at Nelson." $11.00 peral.IIONEY. the steamer /Spartan, that made tho tip; high; klutls, twenty foot or more above '
Bench.Mr. the walerLne\ with natural terraces as
in advance. Hotel Ormond we may mention Ex-Gov. from Daytona to Jupiter. She Informedus Julius Kline who ,
annum, ,
per even and sloping: as If made. by A 1-
<< men
1.00 six months, E. O. Stanard and Mrs. and Miss] Stan- \ We want money to loan on first she had had a fine outing,and was do- bought out much of the stock of the ready there are with beautiful

-'2:00( ) per an. to foreign countries. ard, of Missouri, who have been warmly real estate mort a e". Tea per rent lighted with what kite saw. II. C. Uudge Dry Goods Co. has gone J1U'tltln" surrounding cottages them, erected hero,
greeted by their many lends.! They free of all to lender. Ganlden
expenses into the store lately vacated by Mr.Rudge \ ,
Mr. John Monks and his bright and that are frost-proof
;Jr., orange groves ,
to the East Coast.
are no strangers
& Sanders Titusville and West Palm
It Is flue store and Mr. Kline
and charming sister, of New York, a the trees in which are now bending under -
OCAL NEWS -Mrs. R. F. Hall and little daughter; Beach, Florida. passed through Titusville Wednesday, Is quite pleased with It.: the weight of the ripened, golden

after spending several weeks with her on> their way to the Royal Polnclana.tt. -Mr*. Avera, of Smlthsvtlltt, Ga., who ult-bearing butter than even before
Topic of General Interest. parents In DeLand, returned to Titus THE AVKHA GROCEUY Co. will conduct and Miss Monks are extremely pleasant has boon on a couple of mow 11m' visit to ho late froeso.
ville on Monday, much to the joy of her their business on the closemargincash and cultivated people, and haveraveled Mr. and Mrs. 'Y. T. Avera, at this place, "The title to the Fleming Grant has
husband, who now wears a happy-look- basis as heretofore. good deal through the New left for home yesterday. Mrs. W. T. been In dispute for many years, which
Ity and General doulp In connection ing smile. and Old Worlds. Avera and little child accompanied her, act has militated against its development -

|h BlMayne Bay, Lake Worth,Indian, -Send to the ADVOCATE office and Till!: largest stock of clothing in South -The many Ormond friends of Mr. and will remain In Georgia about six or up to date, but Messrs. Drake,
nana and Halifax Rivers, Key West free information respecting the new Florida to be slaughtered. Get our and B. of Boston eight weeks. Dailey and Told" l, and Mrs. A. B.) Hudnon
get Mrs. W. Currier, glady -
I all other Important Point alone the prices at once and save money. Eagle and. her daughter, Miss Alice, allof
waterworks for houses farms
system welcome them to Hotel Ormoml for -Mr. J. G. Bast came from Sarno York
a i Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Clothing Store, Titusville Faa; up New the owners of this vast
etc. No overhead tanks used. Tilts Is another dell bt.-
season. They are very Wednesday, having drove all tho way. territory arrived at Sebastian about two
Various Part ,
erecting Events from said to be a fine invention. Circularssent ful acquisitions to the East Coast and, Its He Is on his way to St. Augustine and weeks and settled matters with the

the World You 1 About Don't People Know You-Picked KnowPeople to any part of the south, free. Tins Is what Mr. Pinder, of Biscayne to be hoped they will remain until the other places, and Intend making. the contestants ago satisfactorily, strengthening

Iby Our Society Editor and large staff -Miss Margaret Goetz, an artist In Bay, says : "Your material satisfactory lose of the season Mr. Carrier has an trip In his buggy. Mr. blast will probably their title beyond further dispute, and
in and I am well pleased. My orange grove north of Ormond.Mr. continue his journey today or to
Correspondent Mattered along thet song recital, was met by our reporter they vtlll proceed ut once In the improve
Coast of Florida. St. Augustine on Monday. She informed carpenters say it is first class." Send W. J. Jarvis, general freight morrow. We acknowledge a pleasantcall irnt and development of the property
us that she was on her way to Or- ua your orders, and you will say the agent of the Fla. East Coast Line, returned from Mr. Bast. by which It will become one of the leading -
mond Rockledge and Palm same. G. F. Paddlson, lumber and his places of attraction to visitors next
Daytona, to St. Augustine, from trip to -Mrs. Will McCormick. .entertained .
JOB PRINTING at this office. Beach, to give recitals. She was accom- building material, Eau Gallic, Fla. Biscayne Bay on Saturday last. Mr. Miss Fannie Tuttle, of Miami, this week. e Hon. Mrs. Hudson and Mia Alice returned -

by Mrs. H. Hall. Jarvis gave us some particulars of the llss Tuttle went to Coooanut Grove for to St. Augustine last Saturday, .

GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN -Mr. Howell Titus came up from WE are offering bargains In clothing. loss of the steamer Shelter Island, that bo purpose of attending tho yacht-club whore they will remain guests of the

ST. It la a Good Advertising Me- West Palm Beach on Saturday last, returning AH prices reduced to 30 per cent. was to run between Key Went and Miami, hop on Saturday. Among the others Alcazar for about two weeks The gentlemen '
for those who want to increaser the following Monday. Mr. J. on clothing, in order to make room which will be found in another column. from Miami who wore at the ball were: have remained at Sebastian: for tho

business. Tome Reynolds, of this place has gone for spring goods. The Eagle Clothing -General Daniel D. Wylie and W. J. larry Tuttle, F. 8. Morse, and the purpose. of shooting and flslilng-the
around here abounding In
|Archbishop Corrigan was a passenn Into partnership with him, and the firm Store, Titusville, Fla. lazlewood, of New York, returned homewards Thompson brothers.-Citizen. country and I Its waters prolific with flair" game,

the northbound train, Monday. name is Titus & Reynolds. They will Saturday last, after spending -Sir William C. Van Horn presidentof
conduct a regular law business. .several weeks hunting and fishing on the Canadian Pacific Railway, who
|You can always find some Interest- -Monsignor Nugent of Liverpool, -Mr, O. H. Voss left for Enterprisethis Indian River and Mosquito Lagoon./ has been spending some time at Hotel Hotel Alcazar, Ht. Auguatliie.
Treading matter on our Inside pages. England passed through, here Mondayon morning, to look after his place. The general told an ADVOCATE repreentatlve loyal Polnclana, loft on Monday[ for his -

[Mr.; Fred F. Taylor, of Rockledge, his way, to New Orleans and San lie expects to be gone a day,or so. that they had had some good home In Montreal Canada, accompanied' While In conversation with the jovial,,

1 a pleasant visitor to town SaturdayMr. Francisco. He Is a very talented and port on their cruise. by his bright! and charming wife. Sir manager of the above hotel-Mr. Jos.
-Mrs. A. Becker and Mr. J. W. Bal- William and. wife made many friends P. Groaves-th* first of the week, he In-
and had been
philanthropic gentleman, -Dr. Wm. G. Vermllye of Brooklyn
lantine, of Sharpes, were pleasant visitors while at Palm Beach. ormed an ADVOOATK representative.
J. Whitcomb Cotton, of Chicago, pending several weeks at Palm Beach to town yesterday., N.' Y., passed through Titusville that his hotel was doing remarkablywell
I been enjoying himself hunting in the lie told an ADVOCATE representative Wednesday, on his way to Mlcco. Onaslng -Dr, and Mrs. B. L. Willa are aboutto week
l Biscayne section. that he had enjoyed his visit very much. -Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bell, of Hotel > Daytona one of the train men leave Titusville for Rood, much to the and that up to the end of last
Aragon, Atlanta, have been spending a In flf the doors -upon examining the registers: -Hupt.
his hand caught one of their friends. We
got; regret presume
-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master Knott found that 1,000 More guests had
and little
[Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager few days at Hotel Ormond.
of the It. Dr.
car, badly lacerating this I Is too healthy .a place to support -
Claude Walton left here for St. Augustine the end
I at the Alcazar to
spent a day or two at Palm Beach registered up
returned Messrs. Coffin Spencer and Thorpe, Vermllye was promptly on !hand, and attended three medical men so Dr. Will
I first of the week. last Saturday, and home of last week, than had registered at Hotel I
on Wednesday. They report having officials of the J., T. & K. W. Railway, to the Injuries, so that the man has gone to Plant City. We hope, how Cordova during the same period last

(Three men with two performing spent an enjoyable time In the Ancient were In town a short while this week. was able to continue his duties. ever, to see them here again at some fu- year; and, taking all the Flagler1: hotels

s> was one of the attractions which City, attending the various amusementsto -Lots of those fake stories about the Among the many prominent peoplean ture house date.la Titusville.Dr.\ Wills has rented his together, there Wall a shortage only of
sod our people the first of the week. be found there. They are thinkingof butchery of Cubans by General Weyler1 ADVOOATK representative met at the bout twenty guests up to last week, as

|When you fall to read th* Inside renting a house In St. Augustine for Forces in Cuba should be "taken with a Alcazar St. Augustine, the first of the Messrs. Chas T, Verbeke, proprietorof compared with the name nntnber of weeks

>s of this paper, you certainly miss akt the season. grain of salt. week were Mrs. A. B. Hudson and her Hotel Du Nil, Sarno; and Eugene last season. From this statement It
deal of Interesting reading matter. Messrs. Wm. M. Brown and 8. N. charming daughter Miss. Alice R. Hudson Jandall. one of Boston's popular young would seem that the East Coast must be
-Gen'l.] Pass. Agent Joseph Richardson well known and highly refined residents men who has been stopping at the abovehotel getting full share of the tourist travel
[Mr. R. N. Andrews, of Cocoa will Gladwin left for Miami on Monday. As and wife passed through: Titnsvllle of, New Roschelle, a suburb of \ for some months past, were pleasant to Florida this winter. '
k candidate for the office of Clerk of soon as Mr. Brown reached West Palm Tuesday, on their way to Palm Beach, I New York City. They had been spending callers at the ADVOCATE office yesterday I Mr. Asa Loom, the courteous presl-

(Circuit Court at the next. Democratic Beach he telegraphed for Mrs. Brown Mr., Miami, and probably Nassau. some time at Palm Beach) and will afternoon. Mr. Randall came up dent of the register( at Hotel Alcazar
started Tuesday.
and she on
nary election.Mr. : Gladwin did not go as far as Miami, having -From Jordan to Jerusalem, next probably remain a week or two longer In to Titusville to bur a buggy, as he ail has been associated with some of the
|- J. J. Flannery, of Clifton, was completed his business arrangementsat Sabbath evening at the Presbyterian tit. Augustine. Mrs. Hudson is largely remain nt Sarno tho summer. Ho finest hotels In the Uulted States: and
town Wednesday, and gave our office Palm Beach with Mr. J. E. Ingra church-the last lecture on the Holy Interested In the Fleming Grant on the so want to buy a Florida pony. be 1 Is always ready to greet his many

easant call-paying his subscription ham. Land at present. Good singing. Sebastian River, which' will shortly be -Mr. and Mrs. W. Wilson and MU. rlonds with A heartiness peculiarly his
for settlement. It Is fine For two seasons Mr. Loumls was
Ihe ADVOCATE at the time. opened own.
same .. -Mr. Chas. Watson, jr., a prominent -Rowing Is now being Indulged in toa body of land, and has a large frontageon Wilson left on Monday's tialn for St. connected with Hotel Cordova, hence ho
and Jacksonville whole.
The houseboat Rochester returned young business man 'of Philadelphia, great extent by Titusvlllo's young Sebastian River. A railway will Augustine they line a vory extensive acquaintance among
Titusville\ on Saturday last, leaving and Mr. Wm. Baldy, of Dauville, Pa., people during these beautiful moonlight shortly run noir this. land, anti our read will upend a" few days en route to their aurlsU and other. -
Monday following with a party of are paying Indian River a visit of it few nights on Indian River. ers must look out for further developments home In Chicago.: 'l'hIl1 have boonspending Mr. Arthur Mnrnh. another popular

r fora, cruise down Indian River. weeks. They are bent on sport, and as -The schooner Veteran, Capt. O. A. la that neighborhood.A making about Tltimvlllu two months their on InillitnClver bURd1I1al.ter. number of thin Aloazar staff, who,*!III

Mr. D. S. Hutchinson of Tardville they are supplied with all the necessaries Illscock returned from his second tripto known as "The First Lord of this TreulIl\-
and much
negro was given a horsewhipping wero very pleased "
and fishing tackle has been connected, with several biglotels ,
J., recently owner of Indian RiverI as /guns Mattacombe Key, or Lower Biscayne by several of his race on Sunday last, In with their.IIAY. Probably, they will I'y, and
I, Titusville has been him. they expect to have a good time. The where she carried lumber from I during the past eight years,
enjoying Bay, the pine wood on the outskirts of our visit the sunny toutli again. next winter.Uored .
in St. Augustine for some weeks above gentlemen are at Fort Pierce at Paddlson's yard, at Eau Gallle. The I town. It saems that the culprit bad fur the two previous seasons_ _he occupied
present. contractor was so much pleased with the responsible position of casniur at
; heeD drinking heavily on Saturday night,
Cow. hotel Cordova. During the exposition
the material and the shingles In particular by tt
Miss Markham of Atlanta's -Numbers of our northern subscribers and In going home mistook another
one lie held a similar position at the Hotel
at St. Augustine winter that be ordered a schooner load of house In the colored settlement for bin --
fining ladies has been stop every "n.II". told Anvo- .
stop- Atlantl\ an
J with young Mrs. J. E., Ingraham, St. and we wish to draw their attention to those 0x20:.! shingles to go to Key West. own and crawled Into the first loaf to On Tuesday evening, while Mrs. U. CAn Aragon: representative; that he bad a prottv-

Justine. Our representative was In- to the fact that The Surprise Store- land, which was already occupied\ bra lerndon, of Mini, was milking a cow, time of It In that hotel. )Ir. Marsh ,
ned that this is Miss Markham' close to the new bridge-keeps on handa Peaceful Slumber member of the opposite "IIX. Strangeto ''it turned and gored i her In the stomach busy he likes Florida, an.II' gives hlnvV>' .

nd visit to St. Augustine.Supt. big stock of all kinds of articles suitable say, however, neither of the couple very severely lit. James, of Tltnsvltle, says much pleasure to Florida visit every
for ladles and gentlemen. When In After bottle of Felgenspan's Newark were alive to the situation until next wan on the spot to attend to the sufferer pay
A. M. Taylor of the Casino this store call. J. when this Intruder '"made and she Is said tube winter.
St. Augustine, give a (N. J.) India pale ale.ICemember. morning M quickly a* posnlbU, "
Swimming Pool St. Augustine, wast W. Estes Is the proprietor ;racks" for other parts We presume getting along nicely.

busily engaged on Saturday night Willis W. Russell, whose the "fire water" bad too much control -Mr. )'. K. Gruber, who has been,
We acknowledge courtesies shown -Major t fur him to'wake
over this son for the
weeks acting as bookkeeper grocery:
the few In TltiiNVlllti.
headquarters during past IJlltllOp Gray
ADVOCATE: while Its representative while the dusky maiden was, reveling
firm of Brady Strohm, of Wed Palm
from Satur .
In the Ancient Cltie the first of the has been at Sebastian, spent Anthony Bros carry a fuU line of In the bllsafuhublivion of dreamland, Reach for some time past, ha bought

k. day until Monday; In the two of his friendsarrived jewelry, inimical merchandise and opti- probably fancying she wall already the The Right Rev. W.'Crane Gray, D. D., out the, hardware business of Miu. Glen,
While In St. Augustine cal goods at West Palm Beach.A the herald of the and administer the
heights above- happy will preach Apostolic that la/ormed.
Mr. Will 8. Thomas, the Citizen from Cincinnati-Messrs. Jas. P. I Urobm at place, we are
respondent at Palm Beach, ha been and H. J. William Theyare II I throng of colored people who.pect togo rite of Confirmation In St. Gabriel's Mr. Adhemar Brady brother 4 Mr.. Y..
Armstrong in a cloud In a little while. The negro church on Sunday next, Mob. 1. Services ocoasloned
''gned to another section-Blscayner a right jovial couple, and were on Pony Wanted.; U Brady, will fill the vacancy t
; and Mrs.' Ruby Moore, a very their to Palm Beach and Nassau. -' was fnlly alive to the situation when b< at 11 a. ro. and 730: p. m., with by the retirement of Mr. Gtuber from,
way was dealt with. mentioned above, and celebration of the Holy Communion at ftlrobm' and I I.. ex-
nted In Brady employ >
yonng lady ha taken the Palm Is large stockholder : ">
Mr. Armstrong a Wanted a Florida: 14 hands, hi. colored brethren that this service. .
ch field recently vacated by Mr. United States Printing Co. Both pony hope the morning peeled la town on Monday Mat.. U Isqnlte .
the about six old. Host be good driving lesson for him In the future.
years will
a ha |I.Tltu vUle
ornas. prove a while since was ,
Mrs. Moore will stop at Palm gentlem"'wlll stop off at various place
as well as saddle. State. lowest friend will ...ltJ.. "b.
fen during the tourist season. She is along the East Coast '00 their return. price for cash. FOB SALE-a bargain-on* square Decker and his many **
"right and lively lady, and the ADVO- from New Providence. E. S.iRAXDALL.; O. E. COON, Jensen, Is selling groceries Brother piano.' Address, "Gled glad to see> him again.,,

II: wishes her every; success. -Parties wishing mechanical work Sarno, Fla. and dry goods at rock-bottom prices. hill," 400 Carpenter St., Brunswick,

At the Restaurant will do 'well by calling on Dr. Dodson Ua. Bishop Joore. of St. Augustine. accompanied

West Palm Beach; and trying his unexcelled Down They Come. Losr.r' A RESAEER: have In stock the by the Ke".. ,JL C. Clayton'
platet. They are way ahead of old W. H. McBrayer1886 good Orange Wine for Bale Superior, of New Orleans MlstUm. ; andWilliam
eigenspan' Newark (N. J.) India anything yet out-stick to any kind of a resident of TUnsvlll U familiar Tyrrell, of .lamps, passed i

e ale In bottles.Bhlpman ... mouth. M. D. L. DODSOS. with fact that we are the leading Tan AVEHA GROCEBT Co. sell the In one, two and five-gallon demijohns, through TUnsvlll Monday, on their way I

exponent her of the Idea of good qualIty best to be had. Best hams ......Iloa kegs and barrels; also In two to West Palm Beach to examle th*
Mule Wanted. sad low prices la boots and shoe. groceries don pint and ondos quart ease*. new Roman Catholic eanroh that I* being
Engine For Bale Imedia..sed Bat the Mason baa. arrived-that In- 11 cnU. Price 3.00, 'a.84 and '2.W In demijohns built. The genial ........ Informed an

Vlth' boiler, burning- coal oil tea A or mall mule, not between season-wbelt all trastn.... ; 91.73, In kepi' 'l.5Oln barrels; ADVOOATK repreatattv. that they wr

power engine. Can be seen; with ore tea year of age and sound. Please require a boost. w. want to break onsatsa Fine Watches f& per two aU, M one dozen also going to Key Vt by way of Miami. ..4Ir.
When writing, address record. >> during the next week aDd quarts In ease. bat owing to ill.*. KM of the steamer ,x '1'f'i"
KJAHerC Daytona TO- j
state price.
Y B.'J. TWnr: : price- THOS. DArrMur' will tak* sweeping reduction on nan y Clock and Jewelry repaired by Ac Addr.., THOS. DArrKHiv: Shelter Island, \bf would hav. to go ./;

Comrtenar, Fla. Courtenay, Fla." grade of foot wear. JULIUS' YLIU.e thony Broa., West Palm Be ob. ". Courtenay, Fla. via Tamp, p


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] ;':: XN CIK1EIKS,IKTC.\ McGuIre, 'LeSeuer'Caulden and George To Those Whom It May Concern.; WANTEI: >:-Several trustworthy gentlemen
I ...., Scoble-who In 'their, turn! recited, averse or ladies to travel Florida for
co'mmencemont established\ reliable house Salary$780
I .., in connection '..with various trees, Since'the of 'the new Enclose
and position.
Free and expenses. Steady
i i ; viz., the oak, willow'elra-plne; hemlock, year, the ADVOCATE has sent out statement reference and self-addressed,

I Si etc., to'which the children, suitably responded to many subscribers others stamped envelope. The Dominion
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i ,S jil. -: Accepted j ;. Masons In chorus. A very pretty song, who are Indebted to this firm. We trust Company, third floor, Omaha BuildIng -

I J ; by Miss Ida K. Baton' little tots, was the that those who have not settled their Chicago, 111.Genuine.

: next feature on the programme, and was account up to the end of 1805 will do so

I .'. Indian River Tltnsville Fla. loudly applauded. :Jllss Jeannette Wilson as soon as possible, as we wish to clone Bargains

I,' 'r Lodge, ti'' No. 00 and Master Carl-Schuylor then favoredthe our books up to that time and commence

1 audience with recitations, which 1800 anew. Singly, the amounts may
Ij :
j j' l ., holds 1M meetlnirn: tho oiwinil and fourth Friday were delivered In a very cute way. Fol- appear small, but In the aggregate they JTN HEAL KSTATI3.;
., .>f each innntli, at the Court hwime, TltuHTllle -' t a f
\ ( lowing this came a 'bouquet recitationby foot up consldero.. ly. We cannot very -
at-8:.uo p| in.1J rh
I'i' i l. Wilson, Worshipful Master. the Misses: Iola Davis, Aline Brady, well.meet our monthly bills If those who No; 1. Twelve acres of hammock

i t ,i\. A. T. Feaster, senior Warden Daisy Brady, Maggie ,Gruber, Zandie are. Indebted to us do not. pay promptly. ladd at Sharpen postofficeJ'; about 300 feet ti cFF
f (, eo. "VV. Scoblu, Junior Warden, /Stewart, Florence Vanlandlngham and Please remember this. front on Indian runs back to
'. :i. } JoHeph Mendel, Secietary. Ella McGuire'who'repreeent9d'respeo- Your attention is particularly calledto county road; has upon it a house of six : ._ ,v
of house $1,000
i. J. M. Dixon, treasurer. rooms, almost new; cost ; l
;i' 0, It. F Hull\, Senior Deacon. tl rely the arbetaa,'rose,, violet, lily, JCHB- the name-and-dato slip panted upon barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a *

} 'J,I A. Cleveland, Senior !Steward. amine and wild daisy, each girl being your paper or'wrapper every week. 'One grove of BOO' large bearing: trees, in fine 0ta
I .Cha.; .ill. Walton, Junior (steward. adorned with the-flowersshereprcaented glange at it will tell you whether youal'o condition before the freeze, and will .soon
indebted us or not. recover and bear !goad crop. Remainder'
I and rccltinga few lines In connectionwith All those to whom this firm' is Indebted of land cleared, and Is of best quality 1 for.
KNIGHTS OIC PYTHIAS.Som4n the same, followed by a verse In will "oblige; by Rending in their vegetable farm. This property was held:

I + ..lel.. I tile Cflurt house, the first four Thursday as I am anxious to clear off any debt for $8,800; tl, 00 cash and $4,20(1may () ,
Inx of each month,allilo'clock t p. m. get-Me-Nbt, recitation, was very nicely
connected with ADVOCATE office and is
remain on mortgage. a I
Miss Grace Skill. Mr. S. II.
by commence the new free from debts. desirable for home good
', C. C. K. of R. & B.IBIHAN year most place' a .
I : '1 Ray then kept the audience In a good CHAS II..WALTOX, location, close to poHtoi&ce, school\ ,
RIVES GUAItDB.I humor for a few minutes with Artemus (Propiietor. church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood. SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME LOW RATES
The bare land alone is almost worth the
Wai,'d's London iLecture which seemedto
1 Culxlne and Service :No Transfer between Jscksonvllleand
( t Drill at; the Armory over county Jail every price asked. FlneHt New*?"
Tuewlay _ntnic 'la the month, at o'oliwk. be much .enjoyed and -caused lot of A very stylish waist is made.of spotted The Fleet Is composed> of the following, Handsome New Steel Steanmere."Comanche" .
',,IP'' I A.T.: FBAHTKU!: ,Captain. laughter. taffeta' and lace Insertion. The entire No.2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof "

: f. -.-- ---- This concluded the first part of the yoke portion, collar and cuffs are of lace. eight rooms, artesian well, large: portion (new), "AIgonqnln"Iroqnolsl', "Cherokee, "Sem!
i 4 ; ; The silk ita shirred over the lace after the cleared etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat North-Bound.
'' s. Indoor exercises, and to music the child Sarno, near Eau Oallle. The land .
i ren marched out to the<< school grounds, fashion 'C.f the old time corselet. The alone is worth more.than price we quote, Steamers are: appointed to all according to the tide
I From JACKSONVILLE! KLA.tailing( at Charleston), Sundays, TueKilaj, and
,. f EZISCUPAL'CIIURCIL' i where six trees were planted and dedI- sleeves are very full and gathered into 2250. The ow ner refused f3.000 year From CHARLESTON, 8. C., Mondays 'Weilnemlins and The.
I I 1. itrvte the bt and Aril Sundays In each 'cated. The first tree was dedicated by epaulets made of ruffles. ago. lie must sell without delay, and For hour of sailing Bee"Clyde Line"Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily pj,
I.. month,at II a m. and.l.XU p. m. Sunday lohool has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,250>
I .i ."8I'J' I.....y at a-.no p. n. Evening ,ra little Willie May Gould to Mr. Fred cash balance remain South-Bound.
on mortgage.No.
Welln08.... '.. service every may
(I, t ttl" p I'rida'a.c.p. HU oa.*, m. ) .Litany Froebel, one of the foremost promotersof How's This T Steamers are appointed to tail from Her 21), East River, New York,at 3 p. m., u
i .
hundred and .
: V.IB.' IF. DROWN, Rector. 3. One thirtysixand ForCHARLKHTON.S.': \ C., Mondays, Wednesday, amlT,
''I kindergarten; the second Miss 83-100 acres of land at New River For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling, Charleston), MonUaya, Wednesdays) and,,, FnClyde's
Ida K. Bate. the well-known and com We offer one hundred dollars rewardfor Three-quarters of a mile water front.

k I MXTIIOIDIOT(CHURCH.Hervteeii petent kindergarten teacher In this any ewes of catarrh that -cannot be Description as follows : Lots 8, 4 and

,, I.. at TltiiftvlDe _oryllr.t, second and school cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure.F. 8 of section 18, township DO' south of St. Johns River Line.DE .
by Howard McGuIre the third
1 ; J. CHKNKY & Co. Toledo, O.
0" third rtabhn li at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m.j Sunilnyarnoal range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
i ; ', '. at 1* oluclc a.lil.-tv ry Sunday| Kpwnrtn by Frances Bartley and Clara Eaton to We, the undersigned, have known F. whole tract, or less than 7.60 per aCI'ej; ( BARY LINE)
I ,I.1', .,. 7.'erokevery feex.eat.ap.o.every: Thursday... 80 Dlflht.day j The I'rayer publlo.meeting ereeswateerteeetedtoattendeureervtoeed the lion. A. II. Stevens, of Georgia.the; lieve J. Cheney him perfectly for the last honorable 10 years in,.all and busi-be- or we will take $10 believe per acre. In forty Jacksonville\ Falatka. Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate Lentill;,
fourth acre tracts. We a purchasercan
: to Gov. .Henry L. Mitchell of
f.it' r F. M.'C. FADS, Pastor.REUYTZRIAN"ClIURGH. ness transactions and financially able.to sell this lapd and double his the St. Johns River.
!: Florida, by Dick and Mamie Ray; the out obligation made by their'
carry any money as soon as steamers beginto The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers
? : : : fifth to II. W. Longfellow by Frank firm. run through the canal next
I, Fentiws'Davis West & Traux wholesale druggists, To- "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k De Ban
el., ller'w'keael'8C'IJflabhatll at ill a. m.and T JO p.m. Webber and and the sixthto December. We own this land our
'6 { ftaadajr, Robiral at 91'1 a. m,., Ch..... Gardner, County Supt :.J. II. Sams,. by Reca Iedo(0. selves, but need money to develop other Leave Jacksonville. Dally except Saturday at 3:30: p.m. Returning Leave Sanford Dally'i n
j Marvin wholesale Hunday, It a. m., Enterprise u::30 a. m.
1 & Prayer mnelinif on W clnemlay evening Walding, Klnnan <& enterprises' hence offer "it at a price
", : at :... The Iwhrtoerecorllally, Invited to at- McGuIre and Fronle Cleveland. Toledo O.BaU' .
druggists, which will Insure early sale. Buy this
{j' I Mad war aervaotiit.. MOUND. NORTH fllf
I. (H. OOODKLL, Paetor. Possession was-then again taken of the Catarrh Cure is taken Internally, land and double your money. SOrt\ down. .SCHEDULE.: I head....

.f ..1.1.t j school room, and >Prof. J. R. Anthony acting directly upon the blood .nd mucous Leave a.'IO p. m. ..................... .... JlU'k ..nvUle......................... Arrive 3.J1
; : I surfaces of the thesystem.. Price No. 4. The north three-fourths of .. 8.411 p. m. ...'.............. ..........I'alatka.... ........... .. ...... Leave UII,
t"j, EAZT1 CHOiCIl.:\ introduced the Rev. B. F. Brown, whoIn 75o. bottle. Sold by all dnaggists. southeast quarter of section 7, and of II 3.00 a. m. ........... .....:......... A.tor.................: .::........ .. 311,
[ t Pre oelltDIC evary second and fourth Sunday, a few commendatory remarks as to per lot 4 of section 8, in township 88, south\ II 4.311 a. m.........................8t. Francis........... ............... IJI
.; I, mnraiHK and *we...... Prayer Meeting every Testimonials free. II 5.311 a. m. ...................... Uert'llor ...... ..................... Ito(
1 ./ Weilm ....,. omening at 1::111 o'clock. Sunday the origin'of the.connection of Arbor of range 41 east, containing 150 acres. II coo a. m. .................. .......Bhte Spring....................."... u
This tract has a large frontage on the Arrive 8.an ....... ... ....... ... .. Iis
r BabiMl every BamUy at 8>4fl a. m. AlHOpreaohInit .. a. m Sanford! .... ..... ........... a
with schools and the reading
I :'i t ant ... feat LaOlr.. .; Heoonil Similar, Day public The most costly tomb in existence is St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad 8m a. m. :..........:..... .......:.Enterprise..4. BaGen'I
'f Oak Hill. All y ,Tirvlted to attend. of a very Interesting paper on the sub crossing. Price $li acre.
that which erected to the per Passenger and TIcket Office, 204 W. Bay St. JacksonJ.
) 1 B. A. OicioBit, Pastor.CATUOUC ject, kept the attention of the audience was memory .
1.Ii.. t tl, : of Mohammed. The diamonds and No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, townshfp
!i' for a while. A song.by tbe'whole of the rubles used In the decoration sue worth 37, south range 41 east. containing 77 A.LE LIE,Supt. Jso.L.HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt. F. IRONMONGER, JR.,Fit.Pae
t 'CHURCH.flerriem children concluded the exercises for the acres. This tract has a quarter of a JACKSONVILLE, FLA.'

1 i' i\.' at 10 a, in. every Sunday, In new day, which those who attended enjoyed 10000000.() mile front on the St. Lucie River at THKO. O. EOOEB, T. ]M., A. J COI.B, General I'asneiiRer Agent 111.Ii.CUDE,!.T
I.. Chunk baUiUuR, JS.rtli Xltiwvllle.: Children'sateelUira Stuart Station. Price 435 per acre. B BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.
I at 8 p. 111.I very much
t .
I a_.S. 1'. CTJJoYLE. we!. P. Cl/YDK CO.. General. AgenU,
t Rector.- The work' of the .pupils throughout Take Simmons Liver Regulator now. No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, B
Bowling Green New York.
the of the M 8o. Delaware Av.,Phllwlcl
for spring
Its the remedy
;1 just
i -- -- --- the afternoon reflects great credit on fronting: on Biscayne Bay, at Kwanton
year to 'wake up !the liver and-cleanse Heights one mile south of Cocoanut .
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Prof and Mrs. and Miss -
j I Anthony Dates, the whole system of' the accumulated Grove. Price $3,000.( This price may --- ----- .. .... .
and the people of Titusvllle are fortunate waste of the winter. "My wife combat- seem high, but If you will try to buy any -- -- --

:' ,I In having the care and Instruction of ted more malaria In Alabama In 1801 land fronting" : on Biseayne Bay, In good :M

their children In such good hands. Prof.Anthony with Simmons Liver Regulator than all location, you will get your eyes openedas Southern
the doctors the neighborhood. We'vehad to prices asked in that section.! This .
; :H ,, Informed .us that 180 was the a siege of malaria in our own family tract .III the only desirable parcel we :

.; !I : average number of .pupils In'the school, I and it helped us.. "-W. Bryant, Dallas, have left fronting on Biscayne Bay S

". which Is very good when we consider Texas The price asked $ ,OOO<> will yield us a Railway)

i the present population.of Titusvllle, and fair profit, and we are satisfied that
I nothing similar can be had at a much
I 'I above the average for corresponding higher price. This tract will no doubtbe ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE
( 1'1'1'1'f months of that & THOMAS E '
)//1. .. e previous years.Out pOMAR sold within a few weeks.

number very few of the children have THROUGH PULLMAN
!u' No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres DRAWING ROOM CARS,
: \ It 1 been absent on account thickness( the close to the depot and post office at :Mal- COMPARTMENT
sanitary conditions of the school beingIn Tinners and Plumbers. abar. Large) house with upper and lower CARS, DINING CARS,

\, ;;: .11.11I excellent order ,The professor's veranda, Costing 100000. 7 rooms; in THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAIN
I fair repair, beautiful rlvor front. lawn,
I I I" r... methods of teaching, as far as *we could etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS'NAMED.

: I. ,I :11'' : Urban AUam. MyermWlodom learn, are very good, and depth of Galvanized Iron Guttering large seedling trees, 7,000()()( pineapples.
: I thought and breadth of learning are This will make a nice home for anybody. NORTH AND EAST :NORTH AND WEST.
I I of his traits is shown Good neighborhood. Price only$1250.00.No. > .
t very evidently as
,t: ,klI f Scrofula [From Birth by the way in which the scholars have and Tanks a.. Specialty. r\ 8. We offer tract known as "As- N... 8:1: rte: a. .. No..13
plnwall," containing about 100) acres, In Short 11. _. Cla'tland 5'
I under his tuition. Prof An-
progressed Estimates on work and All Train..0.117. LIDO
given ,
rar-: section 14, township south, 87 Fast All Train. Dally.Lr. 'Ill
j1 Other Medicines Utterly ''Failed thony Is most ably. assisted by .ihls wife Correspondence Solicited. east.. Beautiful, large front, on range peninsular Limited -Mall. Fla.Lt<1,,

\{ But Hood'. SarsaparUla Cured. In this the work.Invitation of .Miss Bates POMAR & THOMAS of roost, at prominent mouth of points Banana and River. One I.,.. akeouvtue... F.Q. .P. .. am a 5o pm .. JaokaonYiUe, F. a A P. II
} At we prettiestcoves vente. d. pb..i iii pill Everett, Southern ... 10*
"Some time since isiiee pm .
our boy then lour on the river. 'Splendid site for F: a h. O. : pm -- moo
I :years old WM in the hands of the-family Inspected her kindergarten room upstairs Florida. winter residences. bta.ll rtth.rD.... S P1II \) f" )lacqq l Southern.
f.g+ showed :Titusvllle, Very deep water ,"I:s.H f1ltfi.... 1a AlII 8 8)0 Atlanta .TN"
,l .i I doctor for treatment for scrofula. Be and a cursory glance us close to shore. The best bargain ever '- South! IbII Chattanoop.It'.,,.. $, 46 am
lit, i bad been afflicted with this trouble from that everything was kept la a neat. .and offered.' Price $3,250.00, or about $17.50 .. timq..Pnn.B.R..; li o/6t aim 1i t pm It CIn"1nnatt' a.a: 88 pm .

i :II. birth and wa had been unable to give.aim orderly way, the objects calculated ;to JAS. Y. BOFILL & CO. per acl'e.Val held at $10,000( ( ( two years .w 'lpl erk LP.na.R,1t P..B.B.. .. 1 t 10 118 i pm>III 8 io am am.. emph1e aaa city.c.x... 1.1) l IQWpm 110) pm ..

ii I. J I L / Only Temporary Relld.t give the little one. an Insight, In clear. Ago. .... s Lv... JaokeonvUle,Plant B.. t=
..... ..
I I. We decided to give hhu+ Hood's Bamrprille and progressive manner, Into the iwdinients Fruit and Produce NOTK:-The above descriptions will the "head or the Sky" D.Ur. ..np. Bonthern.. .,... =.
enable customers, to locate the several 8 ............ Ar anon ".. ....... ,
: : I and are tied t* say a bottles -erf of the various branches of learning JI1: Atlanta. .. .1 41
properties very closely by examiningone ..
,:J. ., U od'. entirely cured him. Oar oldest In a school, being abundant. The Commission Merchants of the J., St.:; A. & I. R. R'y com- H H bt.j um.ra...:.......;.. ao am CIn.tt.Dooga" ...J. "
.............. ... 15'lr.
daughter has Seen, taking Hood's Sarssparllla decorated with If. .. o....'. .
room was prettily fancywork railroad but
pany's maps, we will be .............. 1110 .
I .. ...
'I for rheumatism with good<< rcwdta.Wf done by her pupil., and plants and' P. O. Fez' 1OS9. .-- pleased to send special maps on a large .. .... .. ... pm pm.... Bo1 I17BCrlo.e a.a.t.. .....\
'i have used from lot to last sonae 'le :Miss Bate scale, on application to.parties who =:I ......:..:::.. $ II) t. LoWe,Cairo hlh u.. I ......
i l }t I p ,worth of the medleia and have received flowers were profuse. keep. REFERENCES t-Hauelien A Lang, M.Louie, mean business and Intend to buy, if they .0..1... 16 aID ....... ... .. .. .... .... .... ....
her scholars' observing oil the ,('01'11..A Co., Chicago 111.; CIUan Short trains IMft
organs MoISmith Everett for m.1
l'' i the equivalent f several hundred dollars *\ of Ixralalanai N. O. Co-operative) can find such a bargain. they want p. m.,':IOp. m. Through 1"aJ1..1Ieepar" BnanrtoIn..rao: ., f:211: a. m.o:80'o.! : P'"
alert by encouraging them In the collection Banking AM'U John W. Lumaden, New York -WTiHetouinclnnmtlvtaAaoevlu. *
,j worth of dotaxto< tretteuent and food BOBBINS A GRAHAM
City J. C. Smith A Co., St. Louis Ma.; R. LPetenon : Co., For CuU.1nCormatlonapp.ti,
of the different things of nature, i to Agent this Rail*
I'' r Ft. Oalne. Ga.1 K. M.Glazier Mana. any of, great
,I :Hood'ssCures awl. showed us quite a nice assortmentof tea,Fla.| Fruit and Produos Trade UeDerally.; Titusvllle. FJ..... System, cr.,its connections.,
We........ hells which had been obtained In Cwnmerulal Agenolea.Mew W. A. TUBE,' W H. 'B:1W: : '
health to boot. speak too 1. X. CULl EABDWICI
.. ;
:N. aver 8tr t S H.
: ,
Pojrdraa .. ,
this On the whole w. think Miss -Tbe Walton Rapid GoD. Per. Meat, 0...
,. highly' of Rood's BanaparHU ae a blood way. Calking Machine, IhaJ\ll adent, Trams Manager, Plea
Lass. QeD
t' partner. It U *11 that Is elmiraed tot. tu' Bates is to be congratulated on the New Orleans La. No. oDe $5; No. two, $10.; No. three, $15 Washington, D. a 'Wa.bintton J). 0.. .Wublllewa, D. Co' Atls.W. llll>

I C. ]!I. MTXM, Windom, TsnassHood's I. thorough manner In which she conduct tLlberel Advances made Consignment. Tltusville'.' ..,. Fl*. C D. ALLEY;

... ----ar wi.I the work under her charge, and having norlda Paaeencer A ent,'' .
112 Weet
.. Bay Street,
I I j been teaching In the kindergarten department '. F.bra.y 3il. 1806. ,, FLA.

1ti'i i of the Titusvllle school for* A Boon to Florida, /,

4 } i ARBOR DAY AT THBTITUSI some year past, our people appreciateher --

,' 1 I VILLE PUBLIC SCHOOL. successful effort. WE DELIVER'
,: It I I. to be regretted that the school -
t -
t 1 On Friday afternoon last a Member of will, In att probability, have to be closed Water Works for Your Homes :1; *

1' : our town people assembled. at tn.ehool- at the expiration of about a month, as ,

'. i house to witness the exercises aad after that time sufficient funds will not A
plantIng Etc. under own : Piano
f'I W, of trees by the pupils, In cornmenwratloa be available to pay the salaries of the your Control or Org

'1 I of Arbor Day. The school rooass teacher from the appropriation made

', .. I, were tastefully] decorated with flower, for this purpose. to approval AT YOUR after NEAREST. trial In RAILROAD STATION,' with complete outfit, yob.

\ evergreens, etc., for the occasion, and YOU FURIISH ,THE WATER; WE DO thoroughly satisfied. Our your prices own houle. No money reqnlred' until JteI
are as low ..
;, the pnugrarame, which was very lntreattng Tobacco Seed to be Given AwayWe rti our terms.are 10 reasonable anyone any house In the United
can purchase
r. I :, was carried through"'without' a THE REST.. The Celebrated CONOVER. and pay for all Instrument

i break, showing that much pains bad still have on hand some tobacco The Renowned FISCHER. \It

\ been take by the teachers to prepare''' seed to giveaway, to any of our sub Used with open and driven well., The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I PIANOS.

t j the children for this event orlber ,who'will call at the ADVOCATE springs and lakes. A few minutes work i And KINGSBURY."ocauon .

y The exereUea opened with a scripture office 'or send a stamped-addressd envelope Aeollon, Farrand
at an air' pump delivers! the water all l ORGANS. Votey, CHICAGO COTTA
reading; and prayer by', the Rev II, M. to pay postage upon same. It Is e
11 over your house with pressure No cost
Goodell, following which' the national of flues quality-Ynelta Absjo and 11 Braaa and small] Instruments, Music .
k i song America WM 'sung with much enthusiasm Sumatra"seed.' State which kind of seed to operate. No windmill or overhead money. and Books. Write us; we will ea't

+ I I i I' by all present. Emlle! Anthony' yon require.. tank. Simple and durable. The A. :0:

J, -one of the scholars-In s short speech We also have pamphlets on tobacco Writ or apply for particulars to the BUCHCR'8. t to Campbell Co.,

well delivered for one of his yean, en- culture to give away' to any caller at this ......, Water WartoVSUUB. JACKSONVILLE.
nmerated or _, .;. FLORID
the Incidents
,,r many: Interesting office: Fee elver --.uc'
In connection.with Arbor Day, and '1'''' Applicant will please state acreage to DaRIng", Pmlow 'a Co., '.. 4mrF.s.loPunrya.... i --c- .

I t /oliowedby; wren boys:.John Lindsay: be planted In tobacco so that we may Dttrlnr. Pmlow,dC..r"TAMPA i .: Send :

\o e ,Johla Graham? Mose .MeUger, Daniel know bow much seed to send them. i .,V'. "' ',FLA. A..H.>ya.pa..NSLOWM. ...,, s., the "ADVOCATE JOur Job Prin'


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!<. RoBI uIA. WALTxaS.ORAHAR.BINS DicFujriAK SPRINGS Feb. 24, '00.)(

Editor Advocate:

ATTORNEYS-AT-LA\V, Corn being a crop that almost every Jacksonville St. Augustine and Indian River Railway. Coast Hotels ,

HOUBS:-From' 10 to 12 a. m., farmer, north and south, grows year Time Table In Effect Feb. IBth. 1H06. ,

s and 2 to 4 p. m after year, It would seem to be quite unnecessary SYSTEM.Tninpa
Florida. to have to to
U8VILLB, Brevard Co., anything say as South Bound. North Bound.

ibi, 108. the most successful mode of making a No. NN.... Nu' N-N\; ; t, No.STATIONS. .
practice in all the courts-state and fed crop of It. But as practical experienceand 23 \ 81. 811 3T S"'ATION8. I 74 7"No.. yeL.JscksonvUle :I
asap Lrl'Im Iteaoh Inni02M1n lee an :=. :::: :
and perfect- ... BOi IOBoi taop
fin HI;tea for examining some experiment a long to
al go way
t'oillol"a 108 *
00 748 Ly Royal 10 lI"a a m.
1110 11 a 3101' I'
II 11th h Loan. hefp making better in future to Ar St. AUKuetlne.. 1115a a 1110 a... .. ... .... LV W 'aim l'-'acbIO.NI.. TI5 a 18 ..... w+ .
Money to crops Lv8tAuKueUne.. .. 9415 1144 a...... ... LRly/era. .. .... 1041a T23 a m ...... ".,..
the individual concerned, I trust a few LY Lv IoiuIt: tlnltA Pal.tka 1000 a I ...... .... .. LY'W. Ju pIend... 11 III" Till 5 .. ... .,.

LL1R & KENNARD, remarks on the subject will be deemed A Palatka.?. .... I 20a iUII a :::::: ::::::: Lt y Allda Hobe ...... ..,.?. 11211&1187a BM 81'1. a a m m......... .. ... .... I : .

of notice. _LY'I'alatka:: :::::; _1123 a 11811 P Lv8tuart..I1 84:1: a nr.. ... ... .... _
worthy Msteo .... 1201' -I iIi .... ..\LvJoneen..1I1111a 811\1 a m ...... .....
ARCHITECTS. All the statistics we come across as to Lv8sn. I\lateo ... 890 5 ..8811a... ,. ., LY' Eden .... .. .... 118115 811I18\ ,.... ...... .

gt Coast business will have prompt corn production per acre and other matters Lv Lv (lavtone.)rm..n.I...... ........ iITl 1190 a a 14tp IIII':!: ....... ....... .. ..1.vMtLuI'lo..l.v..ortl'io1'\.I". .. 1:1:11I1': nip: 9:10 11311: a a m Ill.. .,,.,. ,. ,... ... o e s

based Northern : ...... ... .. batotl..n..lcrJ"lttJ7. : a III. .... ....
Itlon. are nearly all on the LT'nrt .112I1a IIIlp:
trl\nlt 1110 ...... ... M..lb..urae. .... .44:1': 11J: {' a ii.LyOsk ..... .... "
[ FLOUIDA.OK States statistics, but now all that is beIng I.v New Hili.Bmyrna.. .. ..... 1144 1:904'. I'a IIS71'P ...... ... ,,.Lv& ".. ... ,...... 111I1': 11:11I: a m ..... ..... ,yell, I 1, qle
MPA, ... Ean; Uallie. ... l Sap II U a III...... ., 1
318 .... ...,
but Tltll..vllle. .. 1294: P I' III
changed, as the South Is slowly / ...... ..... ltocklotelge htlo :I IrJI' 1:1: ::1(1 pm.; ,.. ......,
Lv ('Ity l'olnt. ." I 00 P 3/1(1 I' .. .. .. Lv ('..C"" ..... .... 4111' 1244: I' m .. ........
surely forging ahead In her production Lv'ncna.. .... .... 10 P 888! I' .. .
.. .... .....
[ S. JOKES, 412 .. ..... LvC'ltyl'olnt :l1I:IIJMII': m .
of this crop, and In a year or two willoutstrip Lv I.v :10:.nit(, Oahe.bile.... 120 111II P P 451 I'I' ...... .. .. ... ..Y'.rlt."vllle.. .... 31111' I2'J p InI.vItarno. ... ...... ..
.. ..
.... .
and ..... ...11171' 41141' ....... Lvoak11111 aNp, 11\111.m.. .
the north, east west com .. .... led'a
ATTOKNEYATLAW.JSVILLE 1IIolhollrne. .. .. 201 P 801 I' .. .... .... .. LvNew Mmyrna. 4alp' :IIll\ I' m. .
.... ...
bined. of into 547 ...... ...... .I.vl..rtOralIKQ.. 41111.11-1.; ai .
The} days Importing corn l.v 4uhaulan. ,..... :.lp I' '
FLA ... ........ ..Lv1)aytons.. ... .... 42i" 11/1:11./ : .
BREVAUD l.vl'1tLurle.' .. 81111' 8811' "
south forever.I LyOrm."I.. .... .. : 3na ml..I. .. ....
the are !gone Pierce.... 9On 84 P ...... lUI' I'
l.vl'ort Iv'don . 2eip" p 111u ........ ..? Lv Exet 1'ulutka,.. 511"1' 4311: 1 o ......-'..
ounty Judge of Brevard County. have never been able to get a good LvJvnscn: :. :;::::: 841 p 7IT : ::::: ....... AtSxn f t ",: 'foal\ -T06 P" ui.:-:" -
crop of corn from new land as It wants Lv Stuart .. 8113 I' T\II\! PI.. .... .... ... Lv San Mateo .... 31"1' 31111' DI ,. ...... .
,..... 131' ...... .... .. \ Hotel Tampa Florida
the humus so essential to this crop; and I.VAlirla.. noho !''I""I, ". till 3p I' 11(1\1 p ..... .... "A. -1-1 ftt k a..,....... 8151 016aimv ...... Bay ,
GAI1LDBf. J. T. SANDEUU, .... Lr 1'nlctka._ .!_2111' ,4 0111' m _.... ,
.... 4 'n S13 I' .... .. : '
Ly w.
J find the older the land Is, the better, Jupltabter I' .... 1.v) .... 8 44.l' m1 Park I la.
I :Notary. Lv Riviera . 4 IIi 1 l' RIII I' .. .... llUIttnlt"" ? fl'JI'! The Seminole Hotel Winter
SANDERS provided It Ins nut been allowed to lie Lv W l'aho nem'h IIOtI I' 8/14'/ I' ...... .. ..... ArMt. AOJuMtllle. 6:101'1: IIeII': III ..... ,
IAULDEIT & I.v Uo 'all'lIIIC'na. 111111' 11(1\1 I' ..... .... Lv lit. AIIJOMtllll 11:11): I' m. T Met It 90 aArPhu
out for any time. Corn does well to fol- 11t..1'I1 Inn 11111 I' 008. I' ... .. .. .. .... .Ia'kelnvllle.- .. ....I 11..0 I' 111 12D: : I I' The Inn Port 'fnn1IuOICH all the ).car. .

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, low corn; in fact: I believe that It Is an Trains 31 no'l between J..etlHollvlllu a"lliIt. Trains 11 I had 1 78 1t..oU, 8t. UKo.llnll mid ,

111 ur I practice cIa. and I In the all United the Courts Statue Courts.of the State advantage/ to follow itself regularly, aH AllltllKtlno. 2l!:I.hLII\"n.13II.hllly nxropt Snndnv JarkMlnvlll"'fr..lo.1. : 3"dally.Train. nnil.T-i ,belly e1to."t. I'1nnII.y.' i

l>. Box, 235. TITUSVILLE, FLA. the old corn roots decomposing in the Train :31. south of tU. AnKIIMthl", dally except Trot TB. south or !'It.' AIII1UMtlO".: .h.lly "xorltSnndnv.

Money to Loan. 18 soil year after year keep the soil In a 1'1'.1'137. eoneiets' of I'lIl1m''I'l\lnoo' Care IlIIly. Sunday.Train: :35 cnn.lstt of I'ollllll\n Pahtno, Care only. & Railroad

perfect state of liyMeal condition to Tr..III2I.. : NASSAU 1.I\In.: .. I"tweell Jurk Train N. NAStA17 I.UUrt. between 1'.111I, The florida (Central peninsular
M"vlllt, and Palm" Bolwh, lleach and St Augustlna ,
OWELJ TITUS, respond( 1 readily to judicious fertilizing,

us thesa roots with the natural growthof Branch. PolntH. :,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. A, & W. Short L.IIIO Itctwceii 1"orl.ll11(1) nil Northern
crab-gnum that gl'\'WS1Iq rank ou our

tlce In State and Federal sorts Land southern soil. Is one of the best sources SOUTH BOUND. NOKTlIlKOUM' Only laM Milos between Savannah and JaoIcRonvllle.\ "I
a specialty. Attorney for Board of that could wish. When STATIONS. No 3 No.l No. No I 8 '' I Sl No]No 4 Nil Washington Baltimore ''}
lity Commissioners, and County Solicitor. of nitrates we ; I I -- : : Everett Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia, 1
Is plowed under\ and If at : 11 110.T. .... "fl.CltyJanu IlM1iht, 2psry ,"
this rv--New-liI"yrna"
ROE N. TITUSVILLE, FLA. crab-grass to Lake Helen 1'J aftI' 8:111: ."... .. .... to or..n". ,,, ('It)' 10 (neat Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
the time of plowing about four hundred LvOrange'try 12"11I0.a.' \ \ . 'I'. ? "I..k..1181<," \ Ohio: I....1'\1''I\ 'I 111

pounds of kainit per acre ID added, we Ar_ O.'ltyJlIuc. 1:11\411.91": "" .. ...... N..wMmyrllll .3U".. I 1M Everett, Silicon Atlanta, ChrtUanoogu, Niuihvlllo: LoiiUvlllo Cincinnati,

Freeman Hall, Silas H. Wright a soil that will produce a good crop TI ese TlutaTablel shows the tinea at which trains. may be exp..cto,1, t. arrive and unhurt from and Chicago.Kvorott .
ttorney-at-Law, DeLaml Fla /get attended to. the sat U1 etatlnns! but tllllir arrival or ,,1"IIILrtllre at the tines etILtelllK not guarantonll.. our does ; IJIrmlnulmm, Holly Springs Memphis, Little Hock, Kansas City St.
of anything, If properly the Co .ot my held itself re"I."elh" for any delay or any onll"1"81)' arising t..fnrm.- iI
f ALL & WRIGHT, Adding the katnlt to the the soil in this J. R. A i1tOTT JOSEY,1 InIIAlnF10, Louis, Chicago, Sioux City Mobile New Orleans Texas Mexico Californiaand
gie-Pre.ldent. U.'I 1''VJrer Alft'nt. Klver Junction, VonHaoolu, '
INSURANCE AGENTS way at the time of plowing and keepingthe -- the Pacific Const. Effective Fob. 1O tHOO.

sweetness In It, which would be apt York Limited and New York FeatNei
itusvllleFlorida. plowing under so much vegetation ..... .... Jaokmmvlllu. llilHi\ a. in.. soul II:MI
sour with TliroiiKh 1'iilliimn Hliw|>..r* for
keprcsentlng the "Old Hartford, Is the very best way of improving The Tropical Trunk Line Router flatly, $Rv,allllnh, Coluinbla, W..hh.lrt..n.II"I.. 9
k erpool & London & Globe, and all the t l'lill" .. / New York IUMIOII. snub all ,
[,ding companies. Are prepared to It.Corn. polnu. trrlvesJacksunvllle Ufla.m.'

|ite lines up to $:lOOUO In any part of being a heavy feeder, requires anilBUWp.Compartment;. m.o fan between ",. AiiKimtlne\ and e

yard county. potash In abundance, and that Is one Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. T New York.. Dining oar to mid I from Wanning-.

reason I have for applying so much ton.

BAT DADK COUNTY If I use the JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver. T"ro-::
HCA.YNE kainit at the first plowing. OIN OINN 1tTI Only I.lno the llmMitlful II HIClouiiirr

W. EWAN, common grade of fertilizer on the mar- SOUTH NOII'Pll: of Middle Klorlila< 1.,1..II.4A a..andw41a I".,
Jacksonville :
0 00o Leave
Table In Effect KMtambl Be
U. S. COMMISSIONER. ket I find It, as a rule, short In potash. No. I N lb: No--31.No.23 Time "'ao. NO.3'.a. N :7R. N... 1:14.: for )Live' Ihik. Mmllnon.. Montli'Mlo. ,
"1I-a ... ...JACKSONVILLK..Ar.sooaln'8a8pme040pmS35p Tel lsitsseee,11Itsrlunatlon, runsatiola, Molille,
better tU80. 8'00" a
Notary Public State at Large. Why It is that they don't give us a .. .. ..... .. ...... ....Orange I..rk....... .. .... 121lam :l3II1.R1\. "... Now Orluiinn' snub the southwest Mexico, Cali
I Lands Selected Conveyances made. percent of potash, I cannot understand .. ..... .. S411p 5M's.., ........ ... .. ,lhorlan........ ... 70Aam ::1311'18 ....;. .. f..rlll".I1.1 the 1'anlHn (',_t. Carries. Bliwpers.
; 4. .. .. ..... ..... 844la1O 4113pm Asheville Arrives Jacksonville 71510, ) a, in..
........ 1182a lilliI'
prreapondence solicited. Address: because every one who has stud- . ....6rreiMagn ....... 611\am\ : 41101' n. -
.... 11811 11231'
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, that potash Is the ......... a 100..1' 9335. .... .J1n..twh'k. ..... ... ... 111I7a. 2131'\\.. ...... Leaves .la. ksonvllle M a. m. for Htarke,TlnwHot .
Office Ewan's Landing. Ied the matter knows ........ ..142na 10Mp ....... ..I.alatka.... .... .... .. 1130am : 410pmIi Springs thorne Hllvr HiirlnKi (>nala. ,
deficiency In the soil of the south. .. ...... ... .. .. 04p 10 ., .. .. ....,.,. K.'um.. ...... ... .. ... 408am : ...... .... Key WIMwootl! I...e.hiirK: Txvaro.llleAINauiaa\ '.
... .. ..... .. 11 21p 11 Ol. ,. .. .. ... I'nmuna... .. .. ... ... 4 40) am 1//7pm: .. .. ', IjuiiNHihue, Dale" (' riant City,
It Is a common saying that the corn ... .... .. . 11 41 a 11 ilia .... .to.CreMeent Seville .. .... 423atn: 12Mpin. ..... .... K noxvilleOe111lue' Arrive Jauk. onvllle :sty.: .in.Clnrlnnatl .
EORGE W. ALLEN.ATTORNEYATLAW., It ... 112p1204aua'Sa.. ...... .... .... .... .... tOliam 1:11111.R1: 31Bpnl1240a and
crop must be made before planting ...........' ........ : 12\1111', .... ...DeLeon III.rlnge... .... ... S21.m 1147am ...... . -T.lmltsil\ Leave Tnck.
meaning thereby that the land must get ........ 1:1..11: a 12131': : ... ......... HlenwOtNI .............. Illam II 41cm ? SCENEKY. and. ....Florida Bolhl VestlbuleTraln.\ Tliu
..... 44opili :
.. .... 'I ISO p l'lOa 12 lipIlereeford.r..... ... 8Ullam II au: ain Clnnliinatl via 1 Maoon.
the most of Its working before the seedIs .... 110111' ......I .,. "..., ... .... ...... ( I 011 a III ...1201'11I, ... a Atlanta little. over, CliattanooKa.: :211 hour to ConneuU for Nnslivllle.Ixnilsvlllo .
This Is no doubt ........ 130 P .. ...... 12 101' Lv f 47 a m 2 M p. THROUGH SLEEPERS" C'hli'aiio and all mints north anil
ley West, ,- Florida. put In the ground. .... .. ,:I I11I1'\ ......Enterprise. ;........ 8 311 a III 1900: 10 : ( '
but after-cultivation Is as. ... ..... t22M 240.2 p. 4'.1t' ,.,.,...,.....lIMteen.. ....,.... ...ALv..I. ROlalll: tc'ill840p west. Arrive JanKsonvllle 5705.1,1.:
| Will practice in the United States partly true, ... ... .. .......341Ip. .. ... .,.......Mlm.... ... ... ... eoialnUelpurasap. : Jooksonvllle to Cincinnati. -
Important as any. After my land Is ....... ... .. ... 84111'...... ..... .LaOrsnge......, ..... 8311 a III 1:13111.11I: Holly BprlnR Itonte. 8$. Louis Kansas City.
nd State Courts OjunOS/ checks about ..... .. t 850 ....... 13lipAr. ..........T1TtTSVL1E. ......... 880a..tIl3Clpm: Leave Jacksonville.: p. m hl""KO. I. ave "c'kmnvuls 7:00: p. m. vl,.
well plowed, I lay it off in ... ... ..t823p........ 81131) ... ......... .Panla............... ........ .. Them 1141.m851p. Maoou, Atlanta lllrinlnRnam. Holly III.rlnp.Milmpbll. .
and a half feet each way. I put ........ ..., 8117p... .... ...... .Rorrento.............. .. ? ....... 8011a1O 1t13a. Kama. City Bt. fouls. ('bliisgn' BloiiKrhan City. ThniiiKli. : .Hlneiwrii without
three ..... tl1 I'......... 411p .. .. ... ........Mt.I>ora........ ..... .. .. ?. ... ,. lI"'am' IbOlanl 8 sruesCity anil ttt. Lou ., and only one fihange. to Chicago snit Sioux City, ArrlvsJacksonville
R. B. L. WILLS, In my seed with a hand planter, and just ?.. 8410p....,. ...t42opAr..Tavaree.... ...... ..Lv.... .. .. .53(1( a... tlO 110 a III .{te to .
$Mitt) a.m.f"4.
the I ....... 11811 p' 15a IlalAr. ....... ....lIaafo..I..Lv. V 2oam IIIM.m IMpara Tallahassee and lntermeitlat pnlnt/i. Arrive Jacksonville 3:::43 n. m.
ground apply M.-I..llor
It is coming through ... .. 1018 I 0:1: ) P. Jacksonville\ !! a.m.
as 318 a I rIp..Altamnnt. 8prlogJI. 110 II In ala p In326p l' Iuisn uleejien. Arrive
... l5
.. Intermediate\ 1".lntlt. i
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON the balance of my fertilizer say ........ .. I' 33'.1.120\1.. .. ,. .......WlnterPark............. 10'.1.10'. 10011.. 1Vllal'm 7i:'O P.Macon M.-ForTempC, Atlanta, two. Train Dally, I .iave Jaukmmvllle t:fM: a. .... and 7:iUO p. lit.1'1I1l.ao .
........ salt 448& 180p ................Orl.ndo.. ... ,... .. d. UMam: IIlIIIam U4lpm: For all Train. .
about four hundred pounds per acre of ...... 408p P 4204a 807p ..... .. .......Kleelmmee.. ......... .. IIMam: 928am: 1915: !1/m HleejMir on Night
fITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. fertilizer rich In phosphoric acid, say .... .....5740p WI O& 5 ....... ..... ..Banow .......... ..Ly ..9uopw'T4oam, a 9Nam 7ubatn.617pe6OOac6MpAr tr Bend for Dee Indexed Township Hap of Florida to

OFFICE::Hutchlnson Avenue, near a and eight percent of potash ............ ....tie. 44)p IIll1pl..4OpAr..Punta. \ ........ .... Hotel RMem 'TOOs .m tol0am N. S. PENNINGTON A. O. MACDONELL,
he Indian River hotel. ten .. 8. ,,,1120 a 8 top ..........Tam a Hay IISpat 880pm 1000aIn
and two to three percent of nitrogen. ...... .. P 856& 8 1101' Ar. ........ 'ort Tampa. ..., ,.... T ao p lit 610am .. ... .. Trafflo Manager. General Passenger Ag't
fertilizer I harrow well Into the .... ... Mon and Thun II '.... ........Port''."' '"""'".,.. ......... Tbu.wed..sndHet.. an.. RUD. .

OLIN ASPIN WALL, This oil making It the first cultivation''the ................ Tueadl Wed and: ..rid RaG.a). 8 3ecpAr.KeW..I.y alit Ar. .. .. .....Mavens .. .. ..... ,Ly 11:180"08111'01: m Wed. and'Mat. -

J crop, goto. This, with the kainit alreadyin Dally t Daily except Sunday.Tnln23leavIngJsekeonvllledaily. Oa: : S. ::e"JC: s& 0 0 .

REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. the soil, makes It somewhat high In at II,30 a. m., arrive* at Hawthorne'at It :40, Gainesville DEALERS 1M -
among Leeaburg t:Z. BrnokvUle. 6:00 p. m.
sow Ocala I :30
but I always peas 12M,
potash Pullman Buffet Sleeping! cam between. New York and Pt Tampa uorar;
23 and 71 through ta.nd Lic:
Train carry Winer
the corn at the last plowing, and they Train 124: and 12ft: -Through Vestibule. and ohalr car between. Jaoknonvllle. and Tampa. Fine: : : .
EAU GALLIE FLORIDA. and throughTullman sleeplnc oar between Jacksonville, and Tampa.
whatever potash is left, and In this Train 21 8'J. ..
get W. B. COFFIN Q. D. ACKKHLT 807.809* all W. Hay .., ... '
way I get two good crops with the one General Superintendent. General 1'assenKer A(KOnG., ,

IT7 Wt CRAVEN, fertilizing.The JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.

general rule among the southernfarmers Kye and lloiirbon Whiskies from $1.78
the MALLORY STEAMSHIP toftUMiiMriralloii.llrandles+
land for corn
bed the
Is, to Iron. II.TIS to f3.TII per gallon.
TITUSVILLE! FLORIDA. same as for cotton, and plant the seed In make a Specialty of North Caro
back to the Florida, New York, rWe .. IMw ('"n. Whiskey three
flee east side Hutchinson avenue, near the water furrow, bedding year old, 'JJX) .pea gallon.

Indian River Hotel. plant as it grows. This makes the land Philadelphia. and Boston,, '.ingt-1 t
and in heavy rains exposes Ontl.K..gtlS.
into ridges, ', '''' ,'' galling from Femin.llna, Hi.., maul" Brunswick fl.. gal, at7 fagailf,2ll\ I bhl.
the rootlets of the corn to the scalding .1.1\0.

DR. F H. HOUGHTON, that are sure to follow. My experience J AHIIENOEU BERVICK.! r&rtl.4 Jlvlnil In Dry Town will do
nuns shallow and Steamer train leaves. Jacksonville Union Mulct), "ALLItAIL well to order. t?OMI us, ae we t.u save WHISKE/
goes to prove that ," 11'. C. 1'. R. K., on Tliiirs.lay. only I 0M:/ p, in. Arrive them M per cent nil all Orders.IFAlways .
DENTIST. -, level cultivation l Is best. This and plenty lirun.wlok 10 p. m. Passengers going .at omie/ on board lend money With orders.We .
eteamer. will not "Ioon new auooimt enleeSsuitable
of potash has never yet failed to( giveme Through car without transfer. JackHonvllle to, Ilriinswliik: Jacksonville. \ rnfiiruwn' Is glean
Fla. C. O. It. to Pry ",.wn..
I Atlantic Block, Daytona, a good corn crop. If, our southern PROPOSED RAILINflH i Nu hoods sent

farmers would only recognize the fact Lv. New York, Pier 21 E. R.t 3 J0.d. m, (Standard Time.) t Lv.Brunswick:. .. .---.- -- '.
CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON dollar they spent on Jan. 31.('OtAEAIN> ', Feb. 1 --- -
ALEX ST. that for every FrMay,, Feb. 7.It II) JKANDK/ .., ..... ......Krlilay.. Feli, 14Frlday.Fob.14
potash they would get five, at least, Friday ... ......... ..,.../. ...Fri.lar, Ya1M.:1
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, well Friday, Feb. til\ .,.,...Rl'MIO(11tANllE.!: .. .. ........... ........YrldsyYxbM' : BOAT WORKS
back In Increased yield as as Friday, Feb. 2M ... .(COUKAIO. .. .. ....Frl.lay. Mar. 4 FLORIDA row rile r
JACKSONVILLE: AND TAVARES FLA. they would bo more apt to considerthe For general Information,steamer, train, rate*, eta.. apply to any rntlroad agent or to .
H. H. ttAYMO.VU, AJC8ut.n.a"laa.. Fla. CHAW. IA VIKrf, Agent, :XM W. Hay Ht.Jauknonvllle,.
Will continue to practice In the courts matter In a favorable light.. My ex- H. H. itAYMOND. General Southern Agent, Bninawii-b, Oa. .
lot the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All perlej e has always been to that tune, C. H. MALLORV, General Agent, Pier 20, K.: River and i JII: llroa.lway N. Y. West Palm Beach Florida.
business before the United States and ,
far If --'
and sometimes more. --------------
at least N
State Circuit Courts will receive consider that corn without t. ,.:'.d, ::.::. end
personal attention of Mr. Alex St.. they would only .. '-' e;

Clalr Ablams. potash will weigh but from 60 to 54 o n 801tHItIAtI lhaetl0a11 ga A"r::: S V '

.. pounds per measured bushel, whereas a Agency /'

with potash It will weigh 56 to 60 pound. d jQo OFd /
John B. Stetson University .
At least that has been my experience of ., .S- tCldCIS ,

DeLahd, Florida. the matter; any one can easily test It 0 I g0 ,
himself and he will find It Is so :: -
for tit k .= : 1
For both Hexes. College, Normal School every time.
Academy. Art School and Conservatory of C. K. McQoARRiE.WASTED a tS... e. ::
-'IIiKID. An Institution, of Unit rank. Faculty of I ( r u T ADC.Aa >-
twenty teacher. Seven' elegant buildings.heated "" ii tf DUIOM fTBk1TlFor
by steam, lighted by elm-triclty. Hot :-Several trustworthy gentlemen ::I ao.alOllTi PCS bG1
and cold water Datb Thoroughly emilppe.l or ladle to travel In Florida/ for: / < i V1C.i: ::JI< E farnnuMoa)aa4 free Handbook write 1-- '. : :
KymnaHnm. Department of Physical Culture reliable boos Salary$780 .. ) M i w
with Military Drill for young men. Library ofO.MIO established, S .i n ldUx1arCOfp.15' .. '
periodical volume" and Reading dally room and, with weekly all leading papers.Thoroughly and expense reference Steady and oelf-addreMed position. Enclose ..- ff d'I 7 ; :'by j e talMawi>aottee ctv brlila m Ae.5,0.5M
equipped chemical and phy.lealaboratorle. The Dominion CO.
( .. Separate building for Miuio and tamped envelope. O- ,#CttttttftCeft a.'lim
Art School., with artiste of mubllshod reputation Company third floor, Omaha Build'Ing O. M :z- L L L LB L L BA eg*
in charge Second term openii December. Chicago, ilL : .:I = --.. -.......-8tt7'' -..... _>
:n.I Hand for catalogue, giving full 101...- J """' .... -.. ,. all........... So. r r.wI ..,
1II1atlon, to .. _14''W wltlbsi 14 *Mlptr.l a e :s.Doats .
k _
JOHN r. FORBES, President.Have EA 'sa..eielarl.0wa1ll.wYarkCW.roJoB .
[ : -
Q r5n+ lowestfigures.
at the
:3 hauled out and Repaired
you Men it ? Seen what Why ROYALTAMST..PILLSpn Prompt attention given to orders.

the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. It ....." : T t .aaralu. a on all kinds of boatie*., ",

you own a Mil or row boat, doa't fail to .. ...: :,:, lIn I __ --r PRINTING and Executed Estimates given ,.-U at. 'h
have one on hand It U great labor '. .A, ,.d..... ---rY-= Neatly Promptly -Agent for the Celebrated "

aver, and '..patented. IVthV United .- .* ; Y..r ..-= WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast Of:Florida.A. 'I
State Great' Britain Canada, etc. A' a w. .... eilwa.a= ..... see :
:: .. .. ,
.... ?'
few of the state right will be mold at a'. ... -",..---..... rt the "Advocate Office. ROSE.
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton ..

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.w4. I8DIW RIVER ADVOCATE. 4- result Is that all kind of laud are In demand other profitable crop, and the great Jupiter Weather- Ut'llort
and near the town bring almost r
interest which is shown
now being The following;? is a
In other towns potweeiting comparative ,
city piioeji.natural which have In the culture 'of tobacco will no ment of temperature and rainfall ,*

' ;,, A WaCKLV OrMBNT JOURNAL Or THE DEVOTED INDIAN RIVER TO' TUB, LAKE DBVEt many pertrinbetitly opposed advantages the, building of doubt add another ; and, let us week ending/ Tuesday, Feb. 2,': lflell3Dli I '

: J WOK'f II AND 1UHCAYNB II AY SECTIONS. permanent, roads' and which even at thin hope, a paying crop to an already .' -' -I Ids
late day have only one or two short stone long list. 7"a' DATE. MAX. MIN.
roads. running into the town, real estate 19 (14 41 v 7\Xl\ >
1 1. that I It The following fruits are grownin ( :
the market
PUBLISHED EVERY FIUDA.Y.I in the same drug on 20 ,, 71 40 ;
ha" been for yoais, and houses cannot Brevard county : Orange, lemon, I .4 21 fl IS, 62 6:1.till.
'. ---- lie sold for anything like the money lime citron shaddock :
I grape-fruit, / 22:! ((12 44 (U7 I

i t, OlHc.,: Washington Avenue, Titusville which their of Burlington building cose.county The foimwly wheelwrights pineapple, custard-apple, grapes, 2J: (W H( o* :
t Florida.I peach, strawberries, banana 24 71 60 (l0
Indian River, built fuui-horse wagons to carry fifty guava
J 25 71 60
five-eighths bushel basket Now tinny loquat, pawpaw,' mango, etc. The ft

t d CHAS H. WALTON Editor "rroprl ur.MKM11KU me kept busy building two-horse wagons home-seeker will find that he can Total rainfallforthewock: 0, i
I 11 .. carrying from ninety to one hundredand live more cheaply in Brevard Departure from normal rainfall ''urcl:
week: minus 0.49 Inches. DCD' '
b' twenty-five baskets of the same size.
I [ : OP One former of Camden county U quoted county than in many others, and from normal rainfall since Jinn!".
: ',', TIE! FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, by Sir., Speed:{ an, saying that' lie now with hut small exertion can raise plus 0.1$ Jnchep.,

,. ". brings back from the city twice as much nearly everything he wants for ...\V. CUOMC, Obscnei,

',( ''I' AFFILIATED WITH THE manure every year for f 1(10( less money. himself and stock, and enjoy a
I 1 with a wagon weighing: 1,000( pounds great many luxuries, for which he IT IS A GRAVE MISTAKE ttmville, when you need any Ih-sW' ,
took two and. half tons of produce to would elsewhere have to pay a high work done.
market and brought bock the same price or do without.

.'I I Twelve,, months,. ..'1.00 1.110 weight of manure. Now,one man with Pretty towns and settlementsline DRESS GOODS IF you are Buffeting; from dyspepsia
' I Six two horses, with a weighing 2,300 TO YOUR SPRING
't' Three ..110I pounds, carries four wagon tunn) .forth and back, both the east and west shoresof BUY Digestive nervous prostration Compound, try F.SCOtt'BlI S. (; |
I 'I' !single! ) copy .6atrlctly ami makes two trips In the same time the river, the principal towns, Co., Tltusvtlle, Fla., have It for
: ::1 advance. that be formerly made one In.' Who, besides Titusville, (the countyseat $1.00 per bottle. Il

: after this. showing, can doubt the ) being Cocoa, Eau Gallic, i Without first Sending to
money-making potentiality of good
? -1 I
t .! .rheahoverateelaolorlethepayment. of poet- roods P Keeping them In repair, too, is Melbourne and Fort Pierce, the

." ftice. aubeoriptone van commence any time wonderfully cheap. The lesson of latter being one of the chief cen- New | Smyrna x Lire r rI

dung the year. Moorestown, w taught by Mr. Speed, tres of the fishing industry along
1 should be taken to heart by all, but especially the river. The climate of Brevard
4: UlIft"Aalll".l1I'Ie fitrulvtH.. must be marie per- those whose stubborn and unreasonable The Surprise Store *I Stable
" I a.naftyattlleeftks1rttrywrltng.. prejudice against! the Initial. dues not differ materially from that -*$}:# :#;\. +.

, expense l I. hurting' the possible prosperity of any other part of South Florida, ,

I \ of the country to the extent of with the exception that our summers
all oommnnfontlons to O. L. DOHN
A l4r M Proprietor
hundreds of millions of dollars yearly. cooler
are somewhat by reason

t ', ,a INIMAN! RIVER ADVOCATE We do not mean to say ,that of a delightfully cool, fresh St. Florida ,

t W'' TrrusviLLB, FLORIDA. Brevard county can afford such breeze from the southeast, which Augustine, Hacks Meet All Trains

;,I' i 1' ----- good roads as New Jersey, but we prevails through all the summer ,

Check,eto.,'mny be made payable to certainly think our people should months, and which, rising about Passengers and baggage: transfer

''I 4 II. Vailrofl,pablleber and proprietor = support the County Commissionersin !ll) a. m., continues from the Atlantic FOR Samples of the many4New all parts of the city, and Corou

Ir ] any good work they may do in ocean all day and is usually ; Beach. Call. on me before perfect.:

t I: ." Tnx: habit of letting things drift support of good roads for the followed by a light' land breeze at AI. .. s arrangements.NEW

l :.. U at their 'own sweet will, and take county. night.Transportation facilities in Bre and({ Mylisn Goods SMYRNA, FLORID\

1. ; i their (IIwa course, Is a very seduc
vard afforded 'by the Florida NATIONAL --
'. live habit, and one that grows upon BREVARD COUNTY'S PROS-
;1\\ us the' more it is indulged. We I East Coast Railway, which runs

;+''t'';'I" have seen men who should bav PECTS. the entire length,of,the county anda SHOWN THERE.It Home-Seekers

tit( made their mark in their various branch of the' J., T. & K. W. REAL ESTATE EXCHA1
from Titusville toJacksonvilJ.e
t ; lose into, system, running
I professions patronage, get In mar favored state every coun-
and ,becamemoral and also to Sanford, .
difficulties, finally ea.n
j. ty offer advantages to the prospective -
. I ; : wredifl i, by the fatal practice : settler in the sunny south ; at which place it connects with the is the Largest as well as the most
i Plant System. The building of a Exchanging Property for Property
off till
i'l of! perpetually patting
second to none in this is

k I tomorrow what should be done today Brevard county, which embraces railway.Titusville is also to in 'Canaveral contemplationfrom on UP-TO-DATE STORE in the State....... you Specialty.have, and Send what Description you want. of whl
for then
j't, 4 I and simply because about ,3,000 square miles of territory -
the Atlantic coast where there is a
ftl!" 'to-morrow never 'came." It is MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDC.
a and which the
through runs fine natural.harbor, which is destined And an Order Sent or a Request for Samples receives -
". well -If not for
; even we are pressed far-famed Indian River, with its C. CARROLL
if in time, to become a pointof ,
Ii \ ;1 to keep everything superb scenery and unrivalled attractions

p i notch' Promptitude dn every, for the ;:sportsman and considerable also have importance.We some other. good Prompt Attention the day received. Real Estate Agent
transaction ) of
t : 'i engenders feeling tourist.
.. !L1.r, ( confidence the of an employer things In store for Brevard county "
part has
; Brevttrd county a populationof the for ,settle- 'V'an.'ted..A.: MaD
s'' and adds to our .reputation -notably opening
about 3,500 educational facilities
; ment of the Fleming Grant, near In every section at once to sell staff
r, I as men of reliability and trust are afforded by 40 schools, and Sebastian and the draining and :T- w. STS' goods to dealers; no peddling; ex per it

r' worthiness. \, churches of every denominationare unnecessary; best side line. t"30< ,
improvement of an immense bodyof
month. Salary and expenses or late\
found town and settlement
every 112,000 acres of land near the commission made. Address, with Ctl
; 'I OSTRICH FARMING ON INDIAN or within reach. The Proprietor of the Surprise Store
: I easy same place. The proprietor of the stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton
I'' assessed valuation of the county is and Manufacturing Company, Cine
: RIVER.I ADVOCATE: -has been in communication
tl + over 25,000, the rate of taxation ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. nati, Ohio.
1\1,\I{, _____ with Mr.: Russell and note ,
I being '12 mills.'rltueville .
I'' } that the work for reclaiming the -
1 ::1 .If ostrich farming on 'the East -
the is
; Coast -ehoUl d prove n suooesa, and) county seat, a Russell tract of muck land, knownas a look around and see how you can Im-I JAMES PKITCHABD, President; W.: B. BARNETT, VIce-Presldent;
1I II'I"'' it1, picturesque, live town, situated at the Cincinnatus Farms, will com prove my somewhat dishevelled appear \4. M. BROWN, Cashier
we see no particular reason why I
the is If the Miami fever has not
i northern end of the county, ance-that ,
; should not, credit ,must be1 mence as soon as the 10 miles of Remember I
great afflicted too sorely.
, you
Jt IIi! 1' given to Air II. J.. Tlllln, who is: court containing hotrae a etc.strongly-built It has an excel jail, railroad from Sebastian to their have stood by you in the past and fuhy INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

i J I'I the,first in the field to make the i lent electric solid banking I centre is completed, the survey for Intend to( do so In the future, when we ]
light plant, which has been finished. The development hare recovered a little more from the
i "; I attempt; and it should, moreover, institution, an ice factory, a freeze of last winter and the fire of this. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Floiida.)
"U be a very profitable undertaking, fibre in order of this vast country will You said you would clean up the lots
II III as the value of. the ,feathers ranges factory running the two do more for the prosperity of Bre- which are now covered with the remains Authorized capital, $1 ooom

''I from few dollars t. 4200 luid r $250 RIVER weekly ADVOCATE newspapers and, Florida INDIAN vard county and the developmentof left by the fire, and thus remove an ugly Eiic-\.c..' Paid up capital, $25,001(
I'i'j' h Star scar from my features-but are you
:i: ;i! I per pound. It is estimated that to all homo-print 8-page papers, which Sebastian than anything that doing it? Do not deseit a friend! In Average deposits, $300,001(

t'!, : reed eighty birds COO; acres'ef grass give the news of the East Coast has as yet been projected. In six need; it will cost you but little either in I .

utA,I Are required or 7} acres to the north Ormond in Volusia months from now, it is believed, time or money to tidy me up a bit. I

C : bird, and if the grass is poor, as it in South, county this section will be the busiest acknowledge; gratefully, that you, or Transacts a General Bankiii 1
I. to Dade. Bothof
., Miami have
rather given
predecessors me
this' aide of your
b r. :is in this state, tbe amount of these newspapers have their point Biscayne Bay, tiret-closs roads, and some of your citizens Business

/ nourishment must be supplemented offloes in solid brick buildings. Its and in two years the drainage of do me the kindness to beautify my
b j with shrubs and little the Cinoinaatus: Farm will have with pretty garden .
i a corn: now shell appearance well-kept
tine brick business
I, and then. roads .been completed and extensive farming and neat residences. Besides the Largest and Odest! Bank on the Bin
bionics. and handsome I.
private res burnt district there blots which
} are
will Jnave been commenced.
i tl The ostrich is the
!I Jargeet'bird' InI' dances, coupled with Its proximityto could! be easily,wiped out. One of the
Ii' existence, being from six to .eight These are said to be the only worst' is the vacant behind the DIRECTORS!
the river and fine fishing and spice TAB.1>R rrOHABD,TV.!!.BARBETTXltUuf ( '
i f feet in height, a full-grown; male facilities make it of muck lands of any extent northof bank, which Is partly surrounded by a a i the National Bank of Jacksonville),J B
I' from 200 JOO hunting one Lake Worth. They are the dilapidated fence and is overgrown; with JURK Ell: (Vlee-Pr Md nt National Bank
I weighing to pounds. the attractive towns of the state. rank and weeds ; .5i Jaokeonvllle), W. 8. GRAHAM and W,r
I unsightly grass ; you
The is beat soils for the cultivationof : JUJWN.
I 1'1 general plumage a :glossy Tbe ,outlook 'Cor: the orange, pineapple might easily clean this up. Then again,
I rice and tobacco besides CORRE8PONDRNT8.
blaek in the adult the female sugar,
: male north
and vegetable growers (these there are those shanties of Lovley.t t ''i.6 ,r-rt r ia.ae Seaboard National Bank of New York sI
,,,1l and young,having dark-grey, with being three of the chief industries being'plendidly adapted for : Renaker's saloon, which are apparently National Bank of Jacksonville. .
few white feathers the truck farming. letting; places for all the colored 1"I"rUSVILLE
) a. ; (long FLA.
of Urevaj-d county), is very bright.Many folks'In town' Could not these be torn ,
It is for the
: feathers of the tall prospective
J'\r.\,1 plume are groves ,were practically unhurt down or removed P They only increasethedangerof
; white, with occasional black marks.g the freeze and settler to gain any correct idea fire and,are of very little
:by a large
g l I r f k The ostrich Is a voracious feeder, number <.f oranges have been of tbe beauties and possibilities see, and are certainly very far from FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /
within' his by merely readinga ornamental.
I \ and has been known t swallowpieces grasp
from them
of iron bricks ,old shipped ( especially short sketch,such as the above. When you get through with these
,I from jtfenritts ,Island and the ,
more Important Improvements you
hoes, etc. .it in capable ,of withstanding If be is bent -'>o settling In Floridalet /' Land
r ; neighborhood ,of Canaveral ; and might tuna your attention to furnishing DepariD1.ent.
.' a great amount of ,thirst. of those ,chat those him come and see for himself me with a few nice avenues of shade

p1 11 Should Mr. Tiffin's espe.rlm.e-.at< were damaged, ': what the country Is like, and we trees, which will not only add vastly to If you wish to puicbase land for Stock ranch '
thatle been cared for General Fruit GroI
: properly Farming,
but will also be a great
will be content to let Brevard stand my appearaace
\ successful his lead will
I prove no will ,be in bav In the when lug I Trucking, or a Business
soon bearing again, to your eyes summer, or Residence lot !
on Its merits well anywhere between St. August
doubt be followed by hosts of oilirs own knowingthat white shell
ing made the glare from the must at
aoi extraordinarily: rapid
1\I and in ,a few years ostrich growth dIe And though it may be equalled bya times be unbearable. and Miami, call on or address the undeisigned.B3T .
a large
year few other localities, it can be excelled Hoping that will not think me -
: k! farming may be added to the resources number .f Rabe fro t-oblUen trees obtrusive in presenting you case to Special terms to actual settlers.
I : of South Florida. by none. my your
have considerable bloom.
put """ut honorable ,
I We cannot do better than close JAS. E.
I The pineapple crop next season I remain, Commissioner

It if.I! ; ''THE WORTH OF GOOD ROADS will almost, if mot quite, reach its. meats this slight Brevard outline county of the offers Induce.to In. Your TITV8VILL1C.town, \ ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

usual dimeM ioa and a vastly increased
tending settler, than with an ex -
j ; acreage It being,,planted in
cerpt from a description of the Expert Typewriter ICepnlrlng.
that succulent aDd
J,+tH It has been said that New Jersey for fruit. much-sought- county by the Hon. II.;S. Williams, ASPHALT \ ROOF PAINTS

'fllt'' lias gained more in the way of ad.mortising The Indian Hirer oranges are as of Rockledge, published some years Work guaranteed. Typewriter supplies l *,
ago, who says.: "It unrivalled ; moderate prices. Typewriters;
from the invested far
1 money superior to any others grown water facilities, its peculiar' and bought, sold and exchanged./ We are Ground In Pure
1 ; in good roads than from any other In the slate as the ordinary Flor. sole Southern dealers Densmore "The r I

t investment ever made by that ida Mange is to the Imported article romantic scenery, its superb ,flshinsr. world's neatest Typewriter.. Agents Oil, Red Brown\ and Agents Wanted.

t state. lava. the Keystone.. and they always command a hunting and its vachtinar.. its unexcelled wanted. Qco.: M. FOLOKH A: BROS., and highest i _! I Write f or Samplesrurade
fruits, delightful ell Main Meet, DeLand, Fla.
'The truth of this has been conclusively fancy price In the northern mark.
mate and its clean bill of health Atlanta Ga. I Prices
1// Black.IIM I ,
John Gilmer Speed in
peeved by a ets. The hamnoek: lands of Bre | '.
'' instructive all combine to make it the Meccaof Asphaltum. !
most and convincing article yard are uaexeelled for the raiaiog ;! catalogue, Etc
1 I' \ In a receat issue of Llpplncatfs M ga> the tourist, whether he comes [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any
'' ; sine. )II'. Speed selected Mooretown, of oranges and vegetables; indeed, for health or for pleasure." And job printing you need.] FOR:: : 'A11 T'T21: :
X. J. miles from this they are so fertile that
seven an
i! inprate his contention. He the ADVOCATE would add, the home- Advertise fa the ADVOCATK If. you IRON 'and nTand
I. city to informs can be brought 'into bearing' SHINGLE ROOFS
f,' : us at the outset that for years and will bring in a desirable sum seeker can find no more desirable want to Increase your bosiaess. Factory, Railroad
real estate la the vicinity had been a place to make his home thin in -The ADVOCATE: don't east yon three Buildings

drug on .the Market; that, in fact, the before the use of any fertilizer f is: Brevard county, on the banks of cents per week, postage included, when Freight Cars, Bridges Fences and
l of of land for whtehCi ,
difficulty necessary. taken the
by year,
ding be: famous and well known Indian Iron Work
there it almost of
+. was Impoaible *- Besides the orange, pineapple every Kind.
$iv ,.
i I to settle up estates. Now we arc and Industries -send stamped-addressed envelope to
Informed that; radiating from ),(oor.. vegetable the fish the ADVOCATE and get seine tobacco Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2 and Read
town are tweatjr-foar miles of exoelleat oyster and turtle business makesno seed free. State number of aetrra you Roofing and aU kinds ofRooflag 3-ply Asphalt

tone roads. In 1888 the township Issued small addition to 'the resources DO SOT DESERT ME. will plant in tobaeeo. ::

road bonds to the amount. of 40,000.. of the county; and, fruits of'almost TaT Soott's Carfco-DlgesUve Compound : Supplies ,,
and with this money and by means 01
the state aid law of 1801. within the past every kind, especially the To Ify Jro Mayor and Town Council for nervous exhaustion dyspepsia and The Armitage
banana and be palpitation\ of the heart. For sale by Manuf'g Co.
half doses these tweaty-fonr miles guava grownto ,
years Mr. Mayor and o."tle.eaWb.D 8. Xuafactaren 01
F. Chaffee Co., Titusville, 1'2& Aapbalt1J.
; ,
ft road have been atrcadamlaed..Tbe: perfection. Sugar cane is an Tar, Oils
have ete.
t you a little pare time,please take 1.00 per bottle. 3..oo to 3300 llllamsbul'Jr Ave.. ,

Richmond Va.

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INDIAN, fclVK'R, ADVOCATE. ;, FEBRUARY .28, 18S,) J. 5


eat Honors Awarded-World's Fair. for Mems.once. Cochran: and Will Arnold went family.Mr. Vandeman, of Columbus, Ohio, IK G. G. SPRINGER '

'D R to Melbourne, Saturday!:, to see the boat visiting Indian, River again; this winter; .. ,
rtftctjtt at present he Is stopping at tile Rocky

s We have had no cold to hurt anything Point House. SIMMO S Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of -- .. ;

here, and last weuk'a freeze passed us Miss Aleph Minis, of Mima, who spent I

several days last: week with the MissesS.uukrH tt

3ICE by.A hotel U badly needed here, and the of ImlUnol.i, was in our vicin-

Messrs Arnold offer to give a fine lot of ity on Sunday.Mrs. ICE I AND !

ground to anyone who will come and E. W. Hall returned from n
put np hotel this year.Merars. week's visit at Sebastian: last unlay. ____

CREAM W. P. Snider, Carliart and She was accompanied, home by her sUUr, REGULATORTHE t '

P. Snider left for Tampa on Monday MIM. R. A. Hardee.Uemcniber Distilled Water
will ----- -- J'
They take in the Bights there niiil

BAKING then return to 1Ilalal>lIl'. [tl the ADVOCATE:, Tltusvllle -

The to1l.,110tl'owel's'. / association has does all kinds, of job printing Vivo BEST Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers .
us ti share) of woik. ,
accepted I be+ services of PI'uf.loUlI, of your ] SPRING MEDICINEis

POWDER the state experimental station, to come FACTORIES......
,and give lectures {'n tobacco raising this Roseland.Mr. LIVER REGULATOR. Don't
season. SIMMONS Cocoa and A cst Palm licaoli.J. .
MADE. forget to take I ite Now is the time you
MOST If you need any tobacco seed, send a Is need It most to wake up your Liver. A __ ___ ______ __. .n ___ _
Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret stanipoil-iuldresscil envelope to the AD- G. .1. llardce: out again, and Is sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever

Hmmonia, Alum or any other adulterant VOCATE oltice, Titnsville, stating how shipping bell us. and Ague, Rheumatism, and many other
S. Smith Jr. & Co.
|40 YEARS THE STANDARD. many acres you will plant, and you will Our Inn Is now In somewhat better Ills which shatter the constitution and 4i
receive seed by return of mail, frve. condition to receive guests than ]last wreck health. Don't forget the word I ,
week, help having arrived from the DEALERS INBRICK-
Miss Jennie White schoolmistress ,
our popular north REGULATOR you want. The word REG-
Sebastian. has returned from Jacksonville ULATOR distinguishes It from all other
where she spent last week attend- Mr. L. C. Moore, proprietor of Ercll- remedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS

ing the teachers' association. Monday doune Inn, started Tuesday morning for LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the ,, ,' ,.- I ::: .
ADVOCATE seems to be getting she gathered her Hock about her andopened Fort Pierce, with the launch Tartar, Liver, keeps It properly at work, that your \ ;'"
I interesting every week. school acain.' carrying) Dr. E. E. lioeman and party, of system may be kept In good! condition.
Cleveland, 0., with him. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS rt
Benedict Vegetables are looking fine. Mr.
LeFila, representing ,,
ck & Co., Jacksonville, was in town Damon has large, full-grown squashes, One of the firm of John Clark, Sons LIVER REGULATOR. It Is the best blood Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
and corrector. Try It note ,
while tomatoes purifier
'eek. are nearly ready to ship & Co., of Jacksonville,got off the train,
the RED Z '
and strawberries look fine. Mr. Ed. on his way to Lake Worth, Monday the difference. Look for AUKXTB rout : Will always give very lowest price
\\e and let live. Live people read Arnold has on.every package. You wont find It on
a tine crop of Irish potatoes night, and seemed quite pleased with the and
ROME BRICK CO., Rome, On. I prompt shipments.
If don't read it other and there Is no other
DVOCATE. medicine
nearly ready to ship and Mr. W. Arnold of the any
appearance orange groves in this like SIMMONS LIVER COLLINS: ItlllCK CO., Atlanta, Oa. Give ii* your orders and. we guarantee -
ought to. Liver remedy
any, you soon commence to ship tomatoes. vicinity.
REGULATOR-the Klngof Liver Remedies. TIlE CAROLINA BROWN !STONE: CO. satisfaction.

rogressive euchre party was giver The literary society had a very fine Duck shooting has been extremely Be sure you get It. OFFICE: W REHOUSE:
at the residence of Mr.,
Clity evening, program last Saturday night and six on the Sebastian liver this
poor season, J.U. Zellin A Co..Philadelphia,Pa. 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
Wilson. new members were enrolled. The de- but the fishing has been excellent 1 and ;

A. M. Sample left the first of the bate for next meeting is : "Resolved 10 pound black bass, or trout, as theyare Telephone,",.. Telephone 11113.

for Jacksonville, to attend to some that intemperance is more destructive to called here being quite common young brothers.. In another part of thin JACKSONVILLE, FLOUIDA.

rtant business. nation than war," the ladies to take catches, either by trolling or using bait. "City of Brotherly Love" there la a charity h, ._ __ ___ _
affirmative and the gentleman the nega,:: hospital, where many of the poor anti
I. A. O. Russell and party will ar- tive. We look forward to a lively skirmish Mr. J. Waterbury, of New Rochollo, i unfortunate are taken and cared for.Every '
Friday, to inspect the Cincinnati of words. N. Y., left for home Monday night. Mr. Saturday morning! the younger A Fertilizer for Fruit. .
M. Daley, also of New Rochelle Is still c.--
pa, after which they will continue of the two brothers personally attends
stopping with Mr. Drake. These
gentlemen -
I Nassau. to the purchase of a box of oranges,

neeting will shortly take place for "Wanted. River are Laud interested.&; Improvement In the company!Sebastian:! which use of he the lias afflicted sent to the ones hospital there.for the He' .... .... .. .....?' "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer "
of "Welfare -
urpose organizing a and, we understand the company intendsto _
mi ttoe I ," to look after the interests Live, energetic party to handle Dcns- make some improvements in this vicinity knows the best; wants the oranges; for
himself and nothing less will suit him :JrJ.oe 28.0o :Jer Ton.
mprovement of Sebastian. more, "The world's greatest Type in the near future. j1 ..
writer." in It for to send to the poor Invalids; BO each
ance was given Monday evening In We rebuild Money typewriters of right all makes party. week he bays box of Indian River or- QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :........

pew railroad depot, in order to dediit. work good as new. !Satisfaction: guar-; Fort Pierce. nngos-when they are to be had-and Moisture. . . . .. . ,.. .8 to lit Per Cent:

All the young people were out,, anteed. GEO. M. FOLOEU & Duos, has. it delivered at the hospital. Ammonia. . . , .. .A ja to (II" "

hey enjoyed themselves thoroughly, Main office, DeLand, Fla. It is a small thing for a prosperous riioaphorlo Acid . .... .. ,n to (II" "
The hotels here are well filled. man to do, but it is a thoughtful, tender
mps are quite plentiful in town. Atlanta, Ga.Coronado. fairly net when done by an active, energetic Potash (Actual), . . ... """ ? ,II(I to !4" "
loticed two of them at the
Tax Assessor Wooton was In town businesn man in the midst of his cares Made exclusively from flight Cotton Sued Meal, Nitrate of IIotlBlotul, hone
accommodations andwere
i House accommodated for with a,goodaxe. Beach. last week for a few days. and diiticn. I doubt if any of your golden Dissolved Phosphate' Kino Irouml Tobacco :Stems and Sulphate of 1'otanli.

Messrs. Duren & Feaster have startedA globes of sunshine carry more com- i1T 1 Wilto for ilirttutlons for lifting and further particular, ; nlno auk for I
p wholesale beef market here. fort or richer blessings than those sent copy of "Kiionomloiil; Feitlllzlnu for Fruit." We curry 1hll'g... .tuck of nil !Krrtlli<
AS Alice P. Hudson will erect, this Miss Rose Nobb, of Lake Helen, Is weekly by one of her busiest young men zer Material' Cotton (Send M mer, a handsome cottage on her visiting the young ladles at the hotel. Quite a number of vegetables. have to one of Philadelphia's, ninny hospltalx.CLAKA. buying. Wo seek the growers trade direst

ruin, overlooking the Sebastian The craze for nautilus shells is bring- been shlppetllately. Ei.i.m. WILSON & TOOMER
jr, to be ready for occupancy as herr ing people to the beach from Daytonaand Rev. S. F. Gove hold services here last
home early next fall. Sunday to largo congregations.Mr. The Fertilizer House of Florida
New Smyrna. Some very fine specimens A Curd of Tliunk.i., ,

Wm. Braddock gave quite a nicee have been found by New Smyrna John Saunders was up from Eden, Jacksonville, Fla.Fred' .
: to his friends last Monday night,, visitors recently.The Saturday, on a visit to his parents. Mr. Ed. Hartensteln, of New York,

h was well attended. Dancing was roses and vines transplanted in Grace desires -tlnough the medium of the ADVOCATE _ ___ _h .__ __ ._'_
till Refreshments Miss Bowman, of Jacksonville, .
12 o'clock.
up the rear of the hotel a month are all -to return thanks to the many
ago arrived Saturday on a visit to her aunt,
served during the evening, and all friends In Tltusvllle and along Indian .
growing beautifully. No indications of Mrs. J. S. Bell ,
a good time.theway frost have bcjen; seen on the beach, and River, who has been the means of making k. S. Morsex t

our merchants are re- the guests of tIle hotel enjoy delicious The pink paper is giving; : awny tobacco his stay of several mouths on the -x- ,

ng new goods, almost dally. Theyt strawberries! grown by Mr. Conway In seed. !Send: stamped-addressed envelopefor East Coast one of pleasure. His visit
expect to do a big business in the this "village; by the sea." Every kindof some. here was on account of a severe Illness,

future. Have you noticed those fresh vegetables needed Is also doing Wednesday( was tho most perfect daywe from which he has considerably recovered. eE: .AI.1 ESTATE:: : : .

windows of S. Kitching's? If not,, splendidly.Mr. have had this year, reminding\ us Mr. llurtensteln is not anxious to ,

and look at them. T. E. Sharp. of Grand Rapids, very forcibly that summer Is coming. face the severe weather In New York just
yet, HO ho has decided to spend a few ruaMX: z>ctdo Oc:>>., FLC>zI.JX: : : >.A.
who to tho beach three months "
he sloop Everglade will leave FridayIng ( came ago; Bishop Gray held service here, Wed- weeks In St. Augustine and Jacksonville ".Ur
for Fort Pierce, with the fol- so badly crippled that it was feared he nesday morning/ quite a number attend- on his way homo
ng party on board: Mrs. Jaa. .\.,. would never again have the use of his ing. At the conclusion of the service, AGENT FOR LANDS OF --
es and daughter, Mrs. !S.: Kitching, arms, left this week to resume work for Miss Lily Bell was confirmed.Mr. .
E. L. Foster and daughters, Mist the New York Mutual Life Ins. Co.- YOUR ATTENTION IS Florida East Const Railway Company,
A. Bell has his
visit to
he than he has been for gone on a the natno-and-dateallp
ie Hardesty; Robt. Roberts, and Hiss( stronger, says, Florida East Coast Canal A TronNpoitatlon
son Frank at Five-mile Creek. This is car:: } weekly upon the ADvocATE or Company,
:rude Hardesty. The sloop will be twenty years. the first time Mr. Boll hall boon out '
wrapper. If your sulmcrlptlonhas Boston & Florida Atlantic. Coast Land Company.STEYEfS .
d and commanded by Mr. Howardson. Miss Kuch and Mrs. Coffin, of Washington since his sickness, and! we trust the expired, please remit.

; and Mrs. Smith, of Va., are stay- change will do him good.

lite an'interesting "stag party" as- ing with Dr. Bishop and family In one of J.OSS ov Tin: SIIKLTKH IS-
led at the cottage of Dar T, 8.ke the Currier cottages. They are quite a
last Tuesday, where they were pleasant acquisition to the beach, Miss Dfatinguisheal Visitors to New LAND. :

led with a delightful dinner, which Kuch being a very fine singer. The Klvcr. ,

layed Mr. Drake's ability as an en- whole party were present at the vesper The Kcj West Steamship Reported -
services at the hotel on Sunday evening, -
liner. Those present were: E. M.
ey, New York; Mr. Todd, New Ro- and afterwards stayed for an evening of A party from the Polnclana composing a Total Wreck. ,; -? -....r ..r .STEVENS POTTERY, GA
le, N. Y.; W. W.,Russell, Cincinnati;; song, which was much enjoyed- by the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Ciiincglo, Mr. Dispatches from Key West, Saturday,
anus Kitching and O. J. Uardee: crowd resent, and Mrs.\ Henry E. Phlpps, Prof and some particulars about the Ions of MANUFACTURERS OF -
Mm; C. B. Cory, Mr.\ and Mrs. Crane, Cave -
tstlan. TIle sea Is always Interesting to a con- the Key Went and Miami Steamship Co.'s
Helen Mist Amy Plilppa,
cildoune Inn, a delightful and unl- templative mind. Its very movement vastness of awes the Miss Miss Cory, Plilppu Dr. Henry, M. Field, Mix steamer Shelter In Island the Citizen., In addition, Captain to Well Curbing and Fine Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all

lio hotel this], has week just where been tourists opened can to the en- one wares,and, even the in constant a calm demand attention.A train Mabol for Dwight Fort: Lauderdale, and Miss; 0'Tuesday Nell, took morning the- those Mitchell published reported that about two hours Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

a rest, different than In otherof few days ago, during the high wind!- and the day in that locality, after leaving Miami on Thursday after- 1
any spent struck reef Sand Terracotta Stove and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
the only outcome we had here of the excessively noon the steamer on a near pipe ,
Florida launch and ,
; the view from Its ve- going up New River In a returning -
blizzard which Hound Point. The commander
swept Lower
aha, overlooking Sebastian Bay and .the severe whole of the northeastern / by train in the afternoon. A on a full head of steam By Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clever men.
over Immediately put
an River, is the finest on the Eastt second composed of )rr. and Mrs.
covered the sea party, in all endeavor tu __ ._ _. .
and tourists can have orangesre states-the white caps Scudder Mr. and 'Mrs. Cook, Mr. and and started the pumps __ _.__ n ---
from ita groves, the same as be- to the limit of vision, the surf was a 1u. Sehoonmaker, and Col. Schoon- reach Key West. The pumps kept the
the boiling, seething turmoil of fury, and the ship free until off the American /Shoals: ,
freeze. The station for the maker made the same trip on the same
1 Is waves as they came in seemed to threaten when they became choked and It rapidly Edward SudlowLATE
called Roseland, adjacent to day. This begins: plc-nlo parties to New +-
istian. to sweep everything; before them; but River and"Stranaban's Camp"-Citizen. filled, sinking in five fathoms of water. *
the power that long ago said, "Hitherto The wrecking tugs Clyde and Child.
he yawl boat, Etta May, left here shalt thou come, but no further, and went to the assistance of the Shelter
nesday morning, for Daytona. Ond here shall thy proud waves be stayed," te Jiiimcii Fortune. Island, and Saturday the Cbllds returned ( CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.)
were the following party: Menin held all in abeyance, and the wash was to Key West and reported the steamer a
II. Holden, of Swomacott; Fred R. spent by merely a few feet further wash total loss.. She schooners Race and Mc- South Jacksonville, Florida.

e, Dorchester; Henry P. ];Kritredge., up the beach than usual. To-day, along The Boston Herald. In a recent Untie, I Kay saved part of the furnishing
ncy; J. w. Bradlee, Milton; Jas. V. the shore, a blaze of dazzling whiteness says : "James E. Wetmore, of West- I The Shelter Island arrived In Biscayne -- MANUFACTURER OF -

nor, Boston; A. J. Towns, Randolph, meets the eye, and on much of the surface field, Mass., has received news from his Bay at 11 a. m. Saturday: week, and departed -
Dr. A. G. Dayen, of Quinoy. This the sea shines In the sunlight like cousin, Jesse L. Wetmore, of Oakland, at 3 p. m. for Key West on her FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
uitea jolly party, and they are salt molten silver; and in the distance the CaL> that they are heirs to a large: for- maiden voyage between! Miami and that .
on a fine yacht, commanded by Capt. blue of the sea prevails, and almost tune which now lies in the Bank. of Holland city, In connection with the Florida East
PI. Pellet, owner. The captain Is asfd blends with the blue of the horizon. On at Amsterdam. Coast Railway. The steamer was boarded Material
by his brother, Mr. Oscar Pellet, the sand about a dozen bathers are waiting "Mr. Wet more's grand-father, who at Cocoanut Grove by Archer liar- Vegetables and Dealer in Every Kind of Raw ,

Prat mate. In their picturesque costumes, preparatory died nearly 60 years ago In Yarmouth, man, the president of the new line, and ,
L to take their surfbath.Faustina. N. S., married Miss Anna Van Scott, of several other gentlemen: who were greatly Cotton Seed Meal Etc Also
Long Island, whose parents were natives pleased with it. ,
Malabar. and residents of Amsterdam, and who at The boat was 170 feet long, 31 feet TJ:1e Good .4.11' Round: :Elra.1d.
their death, left a large fortune which beam, 10 feet depth of hull, and bad :
for almost 100 years has been drawing sleeping accommodations for 200:! flrst- Ammonia; .... ... ,4 to A per cent t For JfJUfl.OO l Per Ton,
Mrs. Interest, until at the present time it class passengers. It was licensed to Available Fho. Acid.... ,fI to It per cent S
r.view and Harris and Malabar.daughter, of 'Mr. Geo. Hall returned from Sebastian amounts to $80,000,000.!: carry 700 people. The boat was supplied Potash K & 0..6 to 7 per cent ) f. o. b. Jacksonville.

,spent Sunday on Wednesday.Mr. "Mr. Wetmore and his cousin have in with walking-beam engines that gave It; In the State Bulletin. See last UUtlon.
hool Supt J. H. Sams was visiting ,ont their possession papers tracing the his a speed of sixteen knots. In appearance Highest Commercial Value given
Malabar school, Monday. : Lee Faber took quite a party of the family for nearly :200! years, It resembled somewhat the steamer City
hunt. tory ; __ __. ._ -- --- -- ---- -- --
an -
Tuesday on
u u
he :Misses Forest In and believe that they will have no trouble of Jacksonville. The Shelter Island was
| were shopping
bourne Messrs. Tom Robinson and John in proving their helmhip. A com- Insured for $0U,0<)0.
on Saturday. Waller,visited Rockledge on Tuesday. mission of four men Is said to be on Its Mr. Harmon was among the passengers:
Iss Henrietta Starck and Miss Laura. and Miss N. P. way here to Investigate the kinship of who sailed from Cocoanut Grove for Key JOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE.
Mra.' W. H. Sharpe .
mpson were visiting at Oak Lodge any claimants to the fortune. West. He had advertised an excursion
friends at Cocoa
week. Ellison were calling on Our townsman, Mr. T. T. Wetmore, Is on the new steamer from Key West to

bout boo crates of beans have been on Tuesday. a cousin of Jesse and James Wetmore, Biscayne: Bay, and the excursionists were -T- r -- .-
fed Mr. John Wailer and his mother are and his father's name was Daniel Van to have arrived In time to be present at
from this vicinity lately, aver- spending the week with Mrs. Chas. L. I Cott Wetmore. the grand regatta of the Cocoanut Grove .
g per crate.r. I 1 Planters !
Nichols. Yacht C1'b.DUREN!; Pineapple
Phillips, of Melbourae, wasting
and Mrs. Geo. Hall
friends at Malabar Heights last Mrs:R. A. Hardee A KINDLY: DEED.PHILADELPHIA. i
"rdaj and were calling on friends In Hsrdeevllle on '

Sunday.r. Tuesday.Mr. & FEASTER...... TAKE: : : o't'Joe:: :: 11 I :
Frank Conkling and his sister PA.,
and Miss
'e Lillian, were visiting I. Malabar Con.Brown and Mrs..pent..venl Joe Brown days last weekat Pea''. 24, 1890.Editor -1Dea1.r. Ie I have control of a Choice Lot of -
May and Sunday., AdvocateiPerhaps
r. seed. Mrs. Parry, after s-peaxtiag Kockledge visiting birthday relative WM.celebrated many of the readers of the flit Groceries, FrIlls and Vegetables. Smooth Cayenne # Pineapple ,Suckers

"later here,left last week for Wsfta, Washington's childrenall popular ADVOCATE win be Interested to .
they top a. white en route sensepelid bar by: a school pio-nlo.enjoyed The the day. know just what Is done with at least; ODe FLORIDA od WESTERN MEATSof FOR SALE by the 100,1,000,10,000 or 60,000. Special prices on large<< order

the summer."M seemed to have box each week of the luscious Indian all Kinds; Crockery, lOlass and I guarantee them to be true to name, first-class plants and In good order.
and children of River oranges sent to Philadelphia. Here by calling on or, correspondingwith
Kitty Staick, of Malabar, won K... Frank' Booye In the bn.tness .. Those contemplating planting can save money .
Is down
and In this city there Tinware. '
down ,
Prize in the ladloe row-boat race at Tltosville, came me before purchasing.
bourne until Monday. White here section-a wholesale house, doing a GEO. U. WRIGHT Orlando, Fla.
law Saturday. Hurrah lor stay.dover .
and conducted two TITU8V1LLE -
business by
and thriving ,
barn J She hM downed M elbonrae they were tU guest of Ot.. Holmes


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it ,, L.,. ;' '6 i INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEBfttUHY. 1896. -

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Suffered Eighteen Years. SCOTT'SCARBODIGESTIVE

+ ',,," A Clamp of Tree Upon Which Appean4 NEAR & TAYLOR, \-' ... Oranges
'I the Maine of Many Soldier Pain Departed and Bleep Cam
) ,Successors to John McAllister.) : $
:"; "I don't quite understand, end I never ,

I, ; : could," said an obHel'Ter.uwha.. whose Mrs. Julia husband A. Brown has charge of Corlng-ton.of the electric Teno., Artesian Well Contractors, : are heavy feeders of pot,

''I t, : !{ prompts people to write their names in light plant at that place, has been a greatsufferer. ;COMPODND. Potash exerts a marked

r I" public] places. Trees have always been Her ailment and speedy' cure) EAU CALLIE. FLA. h ini
', favorite objnots which to boat WORTH PRINTING.The ence on quality and
upon carve are described by herself, a* follows I qui
I 1 9 names, and the smooth bark of the For 18 years I suffered from nervousnessand tity of the fruit. Florida
1 f beech offers a field moat inviting to the Indirection.. I tried every remedy recommended HODGES & GODFREY Editor of the future Tell a.Pathetic Positively the one Remedy for so
by family and friends, but I Story. being largely deficient in
l' : I knife of the currer. I aw onoe a bunch no relief at all. Two yean ago tale the Treatment of p(
"It's sad tale sad ,
a a
t of beech tree which thousands oft CllrnsDr three local very ash a heavy application
upon ., HtUrreetM&i y and Sherod. they' Manufacturers of said the editor of the future reflectivelyas NERVOUS EXHAUSTION of
i I' names bad been cut. This was in Virginia : she cocked her feet on her desk fertilizer containing not
e up form of
''I" clone by the left bank of the Simple and Aggravated
Yellow Pine Lumber
and looked at the city editor over her than 12% 0fActual
:/.. .. James river. A ravine, made back from glasses. "There's a chance for one ot DYSPEPSIA, AND
l : the river and at the head of this ra..inej
I ::11I ROUGH X>BBS8EI: > the girls to everlastingly throw herself PALPITATION OF THE- HEART.
j there was Around the
\( ( a spring. spring in writing it Potash
t1, i was this clomp of beech tree. Orange Itox Heade, up. -
"Bow did it? asked
run across
"The namN :carved on these trees Bruit.. Vegetable Crate/ you Does your food sour after eating f Are '
the city editor. should be made. The
i 'J i""' t were those of soldiers who had been encamped Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron you easily confused and excited Da
"I didn't it it walked
t tbrnneh bill of lading. Anyone o a 1'11n8C1'088 ; Just In the morning tired and un- in the state
o' thereabout In the time of the ; : well you get up groves will
t' .. Ing building on the Kant Coast would do to into the oflUx. You see, I used to know with bad taste In the
r" I civil war and who had come to this write for price*. The Bawmill In situated on the the woman in the old days, and *o she refreshed, and a testimony these facts.
II !' I : spring for water. It w.IIII 1879 that 1 J.,T.& K.W.Ky., j mile south of falatka. mouth
bunted me She came in here about dull cloudy sensation attended OU mpht.l.
up. la there a p* are not dvrtlittiir
'J saw them so that they; must have been Satsuma IIlghts, Putnam co.,Fla. half an hour ago to ask for the loan of a by disagreeable feeling In the tag.JHKI.I r nlU>er*, but*r.practical|tlm.U.i wet, .T
there then at least 14 ;year They bud lag luwt rnaarcha: .on the lubjacl of rend,,.
dollar for the sake of old and she PAre
times head and eyes .r*really: helpful to farmer. They art tmi.
probably; been there longer. About a Irritable anril restless V Ihe ukln' .
was so changed in that I I you
1'1' third of the names were still legible W H, GLEASON &: GO, was fairly startled and appearance asked what had Does your heart thuwup and cause you I % GERMAN KALI Nassau.WORKS, '

j \, ( -' I I Many of them were the names of men happened to her. to gasp for breath after.limbing a flight 113 51",1.ft Y

I (:f Pennsylvania regiment Tboue that \ ATTOKNE 18 IN LAND CASES. The editor of the future paused and nt ..hh'JI'. --

bad become illegible were mainly those! hook her bead sadly. Does it distress you to Be on the left The Largest and Most Car
J( that had been carved on smaller trees. Hn*. JCLIA A. BROWN. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EX- side PHave .
"Ah it was a pitiful story of a wayward impaired memory, dimnessof ptete: Establishment
'11 "There was one big tree that had upon informed me that I had become rtrotxrtcol. you South),,
man's heartlessness! she said. mind and
of gloomy
} It, I should think, COO names. Theytnchclod and that there was little hope for me. I AMINED AND PERFECTED. vision, depression
i then decided to try "This wreck of a once bright and prosperous forebodings P
it for 20 feet from the GEO. S. HACKER &
I I I up Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine woman had met a demure, blue These symptoms mean that yon aresuffering SO SOII
(, ground. It seemed an if some of those ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE- u-ad Nervous
eyed youth and had loved him as only a from( Dyspepsia
t, I was then unable
to Ret to sleep until
have been
the.highest must cut
: unjoutf well on toward daylight, and during all SURVEYS OBTAINED. strong woman can love. But it is unnecessary Exhaustion.
I I ', : by men who swung down from( the first thin. time I bad a deep heavy pain In my i to go into all the details. The There Is no'oUler remedy extant that
branch, and one could Imagine that left aide / Wall mart, mtorrabu, indeed, but Defective Homestead and Pre-Eraptlon ',' has done so much for this class of troubles
after taklnir one-half bottle of the Ntrvin courtship was short and. full of happiness
'i \ ,I men stood on one miothrr'H shoulders] toI' 1 ("oullsl."p all night lust. a. well as. lever Entries Corrected and Perfected. for her. She dreamed of taking this asScott's II al alrl
did. The Aervtne In Claims adjusted before the Department
reach above the names already curved the only remedy that
I gave me any relief whatever, I am IIOWwell at Washington. beautiful young creature to her arms Carbo-Digestive rl rlJIannfacturers
f 10 I liy men standing on the ground or that and strong, and I thank pod everyday solicited. and acquiring the right to protect him I
I ; perhaps there was led up beside the of mu lift I for Dr', M0e( Nerv'", ." Correspondence u
from the
rebuffs and the hardships of a Comprad
.. tree horse whose back the MRS JULIA A. BROWN.Dr. ,
t I. a upon carver EAU CALLIE, FLA. cruel world. Then came the awakening.
t' etood. Miles' Nervine Is sold on apoehiveuaranteethat ) '
", & the flrt bottle will benefit. They were married, but, ah, how different If your case has resisted the usual
i "These names may have been carved, It All will dl'ugglets be sent sell, it at al.II bottles forts, or Pineapple, Orange and Lemon was the life that they led from the method of treatment we are particularly

fi,; every one of them, simply on a pastime, by the Dr. Mlle prepaid Medical on Co.receipt. Elkhart of,price Ind. Land For Sale, Cheap. one that the strong earnest woman had anxious to( have you give this Compound

if and yet it seemed somehow though R..tore. I Her husband a trial.
Dr. Miles' Nervlne --,- pictured really cared
' this was a case in which the carving ...nMldl I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland nothing for her and married her only] to We guarantee. relief In every case should and

, I / might have been done in something on St. Lucie river, a few miles below insure himself a good home. He proved will cheerfully refund your money the {
1/1 more than a merely idle spirit."-New Eden, 40 of which being northeast : to be a frivolous butterfly of fashion our remedy results.fall to produce of
York Snu.i TURF TOPICS. of northeast quarter of section gratifying
I quarter I who had no thoughts above dancing and Please remember that the appellation
j I 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Doors Sash Hind
" : MRS. PEARY WAS FRIGHTENED. Larable 3:12: %, will not-In all probability the other 40 la the northeast quarterof afternoon teas. Yet the poor woman Patent Medicine does not apply to ,

i be raced next season. southeast quarter of section 3, fairly worshiped him, and the worked SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE

., ,''j'' It W... When She Wen Hunting Wai ran The racing season of 1895 in England township 38, south of range 41 cant. herself almost to death to buy him pretty COMPOUND. Moulding and Building Material,

, ; I With Her Htuband.Mm. Ian been the beat in the history of the The above land can be bought for $10 clothes and jewelry. She took almost It Is a prescription put up by a leading

:. 1 1F : Peary, wife of the famous arctic turf. per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, a lover's pride in her beautiful husband physician who has made stomach and Office and Warerooms, King, Oppw

,I'P "" explorer, declares she has bad more range: lemon or lime growing.Will and seemed unable to deny him anything nervous troubles a specialty for years Cannon Street
I.. V. Barkness Walnut Hill 'farm ,
, "j1 I( ': than enough of the polar regions, and is be sold in lots 'of 40 acres, for that be wanted. But she couldn't We court Investigation and earnestly
, ;. determined that her husband shall never Lexington, owns the dam and the fall cash This land will soon be worth $50 keep it up-she wasn't rich enough,< urge all physicians to write us for the 'Charleston
Jll brother of Bumps, 9:09: > and nall- formula of Scott's Carbo-Dlgestive Compound '- S. C.
I repeat big travel In those frigid lands. per acre. ,
I When asked what experience stand outmost The dam of Requital the Futurity Apply to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE The editor of the future sighed and which we will mail themselves on appliea-of r

I prominently in oonneotlon with winner of 1890, ha a fine weanling oolt office; or to Bobbins A Graham, Titus- blew a whiff of smoke from her cigar. its ion,harmless that they character may satisfy and excellent Sash Weights CordHardware. ;

, +' I I the unusual life while exploring.'''Mrs. by Bi Highness, the Futurity' winnerof ville *tf "Finally," she said at last, "it ended virtues. ,

1' Peary; without a moment's hesitation, 1891. a. such stories always end. He wanted

, ft'ft'I j aid : "Our hunting the walrus. Ills The report regarding Bndd Doble'r It Is singular,' and yet a fact, that the more money to waste on' his clothes and SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE COMPOUND ,

, 1 the only occasion in my life wben I was future now include the rumors that he virtues we are most loath to believe she had none) to give There were' reproaches -

f .: I II 110 frightened that I would have wel- will train for the Russian royal stud, or others those are Incapable ,, tears and be left her-ran IS the most remarkable remedy that Window and Fancy Gla
possessed by are we
' I for for J. Malcolm away with a wealthy girl who had been science has produced. It has succeeded
)i : .Comed! death as a relief. We were out in Lucky.Baldwin, or
I of ourselves where all other medicines have failed.
1 }t' "a boat with Dr. Cook Mat, and some Forbes attracted by; bis beauty and had promised A SPECIALTY.

l rl I I native Mr. Peary bud broken his leg, Marcus' Daly has lost by death his It Is a habit with some people, when him a life of ease and" luxury' per Sold bottle.by druggists Sent to everywhere any ,address, $1.00 in.

" but was steering the boat his leg, in stallion, Hyder All by imported Learn they v Ish their own virtues to look the "And she-the wife- asked the city America on receipt of price. .

;,//1 aplint, stretched out before him. We ngton-Lady Duke. Spokane, the Ken whitest, always to use the faults of editor. Don't forget that we cheerfully u refundyour

, I::1'1' j saw the walrus coming toward us, and lucky Derby winner, was .the beet hors "She lost heart replied the editor money if results are not satlsfao-
others background.
::1 ; ; when the natives said, '$boot at them,' he ever sired. ] as a of the future, "and drifted from bad to tory. Order direct If your druggist does In

r, I! 1' t w. took oq'Then rifles and did sea worse. She felt she had nothing left to not have It.Addresl .
I : followed scene too terrible W. O. France has'sold bin Elmwood Ninety per cent. of all the people needto live for and began drinking to drown all orders to
farm, near Lexington: to W. R. Hughes take of Hood's Sanmparllla .
her Of
a course that had
sorrows. course a bad
j'}/4 the for words.bides of The these bullets animals had only, enough entered to of that city for f34,000 and does not at this season to prevent that run-down effect-on ber business, and in a little CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. GO

I I'', now own a horse or an acre in the bluegrass condition of the system which invites while she failed. Since then she has Poor
i 4 t infuriate them, and they; came forward disease
enraged and with but one determination country. been a mere vagabond"a tramp, drift. Topeka, Kas.

W'!J" =to t> turn over the boat. They; placed There is a boom being engineered for Hood's Pills are purely vegetable, and Ing from place ,to place and slowly Or For Sale by

( I their long tusks on the gunwale and attempted Nathan Straus'road horse, brother to do not purge pain or gripe. 2Sc. drinking herself to death. Of course it
t" to tip us out. 'I crouched at thej"i' Azote.' Azote, when interviewed about Is I only another case of a promising Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Tltusville) Healthmeans

"'I' the matter at Red Oak, said, "Be isn't; woman wrecked
young by a wayward
i bottom of the skiff, loading the rifles, The lover, women complain, does not
; 'Walt liD it with me. md mercenary; bo-the old, old story,
:; I .a that the men would not have to survive in the husband. But is
: ) I a second The sea was crimson with The fine mare Quia, that; Colonel always sweetheartdoes In fact-but I think it can be dressedup -What do you need in the way of so much more than
'I j"i'I their, blood, and for a few moment 1 Lawrence Kip exhibited: at the New It not equally true that for the Sunday paper so as to make envelopes, note and letter heads, bill- and

,, t( f did not know whether I should 'be> shot York horse show, and which 'won theblue not always survive in the wife a pathetic little story of life in a great leads, statements,'' tags'' cards, etc?' you imagine-serious

,,1 by; the excited' men -or drowned' by>; the ribbon in her ola*, has been sold BACKACJnIaD4 RmrmAmiM.' relieved city.; I wish ;you would have it done by We shall be glad to have a share- of you* fataL?diseas s,,result from

,, ....1ruae*. We killed about 17, and have to James; Gordon :Bennett. None, Flaaten. one of your beat'lirJ*. work. trifling ailments neglected

iii ; some of the tuck.";
!, : bout. it any more.-,All that I I. paat" the New York bone show which sold A stylish hat is of black leghorn. It future was deep in: the details of a bair BIDS WANTED FOR TWO LIGHTERS :Don play with Nature's

t) : Philadelphia Timer For the highest price was Dash, ownedby has a rather wide brim and Is rolled railing[ match that was scheduled for greatest,gift- health.Browns .

i'f'' i! t Joseph; Widener of Philadelphia, and closely up to' the crown at- the back.It the Chicago Athletic club for that even lfyormMt a
f./! Err Own Ooira. ins.-Chicago Post. Brevard Board of County CommlMlonera re- ....
aesght bred
1 t II I '' he i il a strictly; trotting gelding. [ I.1 trimmed with butterfly bows and quest bids for two new lighten size 8Oxl2I'. .onto nd cenenur"tweeted! wen
!, :They; tell story; of an unfortunate so- Luzello, 9:1BX. i I. In foal to her full loops of Iridescent ribbon and has a large .r..... Cblneee Playing Card. decked with 2xS and the bottom with IMxS In. ,nero,
olety woman, who, being terribly pushed It would be lanlu; sides, 2x12: deck and bottom to be put bv. no ..
; II 118. a PPJ"md
I' brother Parole :
cluster of full blown roses exactly over A pack: of Chinese playing cards 1. a on crnnwlM. three bulkheads fore and aft,2111:1.: cant
Irl' for a gown to wear at a great! occasion, pity if the produce developed Into a record to be fastened with galvanized. fastening; two begin .1 oncei*
: \ amid seven gowns for the price of one to breaker, for there could be no discussion the middle of the front. genuine curiosity. They are generally oau of paint, copper paint to be used below the I hiflhemwtn*
i water line, and all lumber used in their
printed in black on thin cardboard the con- ble ..trengCh..111medlClnejwbl
! j ,; Mme. X. Among these gown was one a* to which family was entitledto tmctlon to be of heart pine and dree ed. Them I Iron <*>
l I.. hardly rumpled and which though WANTED:Several, trustworthy gentlemen average width and breadth being about lighters are to be built under the supervision of rs
the credit.-Horseman. ladies to travel In Florida for Commissioner of District No... .
or that of the finger of a human being. In ten A few >*
t I \ very magnificent had evidently been' established,reliable house. Salary f 780 Healed bids will be received by County Com- tin euerte.dl
1II, I worn at most only once. Tills dress ODDS AND ENDS. Enclose some oases ,they are only half an inch mlHsloner John Houston,at Eau flallle, Fla., up comes from
and expenses. Steady position. broad and about 3) inches in length. to Saturday, r..b.29. 1800 Bitters first daM
Mme. X sold as a model' to Mme. Y., very
and self-addressed
The to '
reference right
accept or reject all bide
I any or Is _'I l ""
i I t I who was the society woman's dressmaker The polar currents contain leas salt stamped envelope. The Dominion The length, no odds what the size, Ie vested In the undersigned. UM, *end
and who bad been obdurate than those of the equator. Company, third floor Omaha Build always at ]least six: : time that of the Feb.Bth, 1806. JOHN Eau HOUSTON Gallle, Fla. la "kl-

,"! about making another thing for the poor China is soon to establish a foreign tag, Chicago, Ill. width. Some of the packs have queer

r little woman without cash down. university at Tien-tsln, where meohan- representations! of our "kings," It Cures

.. When this "model" came in, she ical and scientific instruction will be An attractive hat for a young lady Is 'queens" and "knaves" stamped upon Master's Sale.UNDER .
them; in black Others decorated Dyspepsia. Kidney and Uvtf
saw a chance for big return of money, given by foreign professors.The made of plaiting of very fine cloth are -
with the figures of animals, birds andIshes. Neuralgia Troubles,
ao she compromised with her customer only woman called madam by These! plultlngs are just full enough to Those and by virtue of a decree of fore-
and agreed to let her have a model dress, used by mandarins and and sale Issued out of Constipation. Bad Blood
i the Circuit
,,' the Arabians is the Virgin Mary. They make. ruffle around the edge, and there high officials bear only figures of myth for Brevard county, Malaria
just imported for low( figure January Nervous allmefbWomen's
very; refuse that mark of respect even' to Fa- are three of thorn, one above the other. ological creature*.-St. Louis Republic.A 01 A I) 18oo1..ln\ a cause thereinldepenfning
Whereat all the wherein
the poor woman paid Mohammed.It Mary >E. IHerce et. al. are complainants complaints.Get .
I i money; she had received for all bert tima, the daughter of The trimming is of velvet. roses, velvet and F.Cass. Allen Sarah M. Allen S. CfOled"
: Is said that a book on the Virgin loops and wings A.Allen Mary O. Munson aid L. C. Ollv.r are line on only the tb.lrenalnlt All has other* .""*
dresses and out Mme. Y. brought the Belated Peach. defendants, I will tell at pnhllo outcry In front wrapper. '
; written by Pope Leo XIII when be was 01 the court house door at .. On receipt of Iwo 20. *inTr
j model. The poor woman talked herself' The editor of The Basis Tltnsvllle during the will send WorUi'
plucked set of Beautiful
Cardinal Pecoi placed on the Index The Proper Time I"gal' MLS1 "JiT1 on hf fll'llt Monrt In March
was ? y
: being Fair View.
blue in the face but she could not soy ripe peach from a seedling tree upon hi* A D 2nd day of the month to he and book-Iree.
I, Expnrgntorina by Pin IX, and that It highest and bent. bidder for BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE YO
t anything to protect herself without betraying Demises at Mayville; M. Y., on Nov. .. described real and cash the following
Ii'' ,I her dealing with Mme. X so, i* there yet. When moat benefit .la to be derived It was a freestone, of good size and of tract of land twenty-four personal((24)property) rode wide to-wit from A

II ': I poor thing, she danced in her old frock This i I. a great apple year. The from a good medicine, is early In the fine quality. It was the first the tree north River to the westto the Banana River Indian
American is estimated at 10,000.- year. This Is the season when the tired on on the
i after all having swapped all her other crop bad borne and was picked two weeks out; the north line of which to the north
i gown for the privilege.' -Cincinnati 000 barrel, which beats the record by body, weakened organs and nervous system after a snow had fallen more than a of section north 25 township south range 38 east line!I Why not bi
bulldln also
for medicinelike the ofseotlon your
a -up line
yearn 30,
r 8.000.000. Price average $1 a barrel, township M;
.Enquirer. foot in The
depth. had south
'I' Hood's Sarsapartlln. Many wait for snow clung to range 111 east I together with Ml riparian

1 I': .'... and Mortality. which in about one-half lalt1ear'l price the open spring and, in fact, delay Riving the leave and so packed about this rights personal l property Improvement situated. at Also Oenv-Iana the following, Flue own Middlo-man?
New York butter dealer are complaining attention to their physical condition so peach> as to preserve it from the frost II"i lanl. to-wit I A "
A remarkable effect of costume on of dishonest farmers who soak long that a long siege of sickness In that followed. A peach of this quality, .ip""s. nxer car upon. a railroad taittaated upon. Pay bat one profit between mat1

,; mortality shown in a very Instructive their butter tub in water. A spruce evitable. To rid the system of the Im'.. ripening late in the season, would be engercar.ahllanol.on being aid. the road only locomotive anon p..... user and that a small Jua one.

'1 j."' manner by; one of the English registrargeneral' wood tub holding 100 pounds of butter purities accumulated during the winter' a distinct addition to our present list of D. L. One Biff 700 Pace Catalog-ne >.4. *"
\ report. It appear that among season, to purify the blood and to Invigorate -i OAULDEX. Guide prore that,,'. pO8slm
I '' will absorb six pounds of water In a few fruit. It i Is possible, however that this JIU13I-teb28. Special l Master. **pound. 13,000 lllagtraUona.ad d
."; children aged from 1 to 0 yean-there is hours, and the farmer get the price of the whole system, there Is nothing I may be a freak, the product of a belated tells the one-proet price oteve1artieleeleverythingyouuse.
aa equality in the number of deaths by equal to Hood's Samaparilla. Don't putIt W.
butter for the moisture.Qvlte md which '
I good escaped the severe frosts of
\ f. "r .aoalds and burn among boys and girls, off but take Ilood'a Sarsaparilla now. for'ISoenta:that's not for tb'to oOt.
lat Mav. Albion
will, : W. Tonraeo in Basic
Read the the
,;' but from 8 to 10 double the number of ...... ........ It I do you good. testimonial WEAK .MEN MADE VIGOROUS py: part of the portage or M !
1'+ published In behalf of Rood'sSarsaparilla and keep off 14Ien. You caA"E'taMONTBOMERY.WARD
( girls to that of boy die from these
The football player ws experimenting all from reliable, grateful VUck. -
r..' ; canattt, while from 10 to 90 there die with bicycle, and it balked a* bicyole people. They tell the story., a co.

k 109 women and only; 97 men; and front sometime wilL Be wa disentangling ChillsAND TIle a-* olAlltlMf>ea,r

30 upward 71 woman and SJ men chow- himself] from a barbed wire W..urrED-Senral trustworthy gentlemen 111-116 Michigan Ave.,

p.f /,I' .f' Ing the Influence or muslin and flounceIn fence when the stranger,cam along. or ladle to travel In Florida for I

(0' I ;: producing death; notwithstanding "Maoh1ae''.gaTe yon a sort of surprise established,reliable house. Salary$780 IwpW. a era ilwpgf pL

: : q j. the greater caution of the female sex. didn't it!" asked: the stranger. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose Fever '! ; Yto0ladl r 1AA!

"I ahoald say it did" replied th* reference and aelf-addresaed, ;
i ,,S on.-.1a1l' Rersaa, stamped envelope.' The Dominion'' ethers stares.hl.f h r ,... s.nape..oA TAMPS

t.," 'Blooiin-That street Just below i. player.Didn't exactly know, when you Company, third floor, Omaha BuildIng Cured to Stay Cured N'sr.uN M as O.an wer '

;, I, ,,quite thoroughfare, isn't it? ware for a minute I guess,"ventured Chicago, 111. UMW Vi A

t ,,.. Blagain-No{ that' not a thoroughfare the 8trIiDaer. ByWintersmith's I'ed'h.twatq w ia er uiwA Sri 4o I EALS

at all. b.t the crowd like: to nae it That1* rip" returned the player. -Walton's Rapid Calking: Machine, y wL1wr..t. .,,1K
L because there's there that read. .3.00, 910.00, and 915.00 each. la n* Chill Tonic.
sign .
I a "For minute or two I felt rare I wa by many of the principal beat-buliden 1.opv.a.esaalevp.esr -- o

Private way-dancerou ptasage. playing la the rush lIDe.CbIcAflO In the North. See pamphlets and testimonial

I .Boxbury Qaaette. l?- Sold by all Druggist. amisM teas.. iN THE SOU


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Assessor's Notice. -
TAX g30:: :

- ---- -.u.____ ... ___ __u ____ PALMETTO HOTEL ...r. ......
[will beat the following places for ...
purpose of assessing taxes for the East Daytona, Florida.The .
r181MJ: Coast Hotel SystemC. a
Leading .. Beautifully situ
Saturday, January 25
J lover, Monday, .. 27 I ated.Modern It Is. home-like. Table excellent. r
conveniences. New sanitary
Wednesday, 20
[ '
Grange B. KNOTT General I plumbing Prompt and polite service.
lusville, Thursday, :30) Superrntendent.
V Point, Friday, 31 f n Rn s Ilrt ttMnhtti '1 tit Popular rates. Under management of
i (jrltt, Saturday, February 1 ne, Alcazar LEON DESPLAND, 1
brglann, Monday, .'t. :3 Formerly of the Fountain City Hotel, I..
Ii Gallic, Tuesday, 4 ST. AUGUSTINE seaons'f)2 1 to '!\I>.'). ..
p pbournc, Wednesday, 6tt JOH. 1*. (JuKAVKH: Manager. I
fl I.LlIar, Thursday, it 1\\ e Open November lint to May\ Ilrst. -- -- ----- - --
*.I.OO and upward day. .
7 pur
fcco Friday
i( tiBtian, Tuesday, 11 Casino, COB! NADD, RF BATHING THE YEW ROUND
Inraq rBI 1 nu ;. .
hms Thursday 1J:
.. i ST. A tHmSTI E. .
It IMeroe, Friday, 14 A.1T\'I.on, Superintendent .
kona, Monday, 17 :. Swimming Tool, '
Tn ttit
Tuesday, Russian and! Turkish Baths. '
Wednesday, 10 HOTEL ROYAL I. S
fiiee Bluff, Friday, 21 Ponce De 'Leon, (IEW fLA y a

tavernl Drum, Monday; "" 2-1 PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. A UmTSTI (<:. 20 MIES! DF BEACH FDR APLAKl!
Friday, 28
UIt.U.-.If. SlimuAY, Afanagvrs.
Jlilg being of great importance to the OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to.\1)1'\1.\ RM| .9lal KnUiirit At C,>raiw
payers of the county, I trust thoseo $..00 ami upward per day. rates, solid comfort, no ostentation,e
can possibly do so will meet me at HENRY: W. MKUHII.L: Manager. Cordova
good fishing, good cooking.
It time. Please remember the day
rl date. -.---------- .. ST. AUGUSTINE. .
Respectfully, ------------
J. F. WOOTEN, Rooms only. Open during February and March. I
Assessor for Brevard County. The Ormond
OltM ON D-ON'-TIIF..II AI.Il Tax Collector's Notice. ANDKKHON PMICK, Managers. AND -
Open December to April.

Fax Collector E. ,V. Hall, of Sharpes, $-1.00 and upward per day. .....RESTAURANTEUROPEAN ,....
i lias opened his books for the pay- Royal Poinciana .
bnt of taxes for Brevard county, andY PLAN.
will be kept open until the first ofjirch 1 PALM BEACH. "
at the above place. After that H. W. MK a HI LI., Manager. GEO. H. MATTHEWS, Prop'r
[te Collector Hall will remove the tax Open January to April.
ok to Titusvllle, where they will 5.00 and upward J'el'day. 11ALCOM BLOCK.

nain open until Tuesday, March 31st. Palm Beach Inn, DAYTONA, FLORIDA.HO .
With reference to the payment of poll
sees, section 14, chapter. 4,322, of the FUKI STEIHIY; Manager
kws of Florida! says : Open December to May.
IA poll tax of one dollar shall be levied #4.00 and UWal'llller) day. I FOR BISCAYNE BAY !
Ion each male person over the age of Palm Beach Casino
enty-one years, and under the age of
ry-/lve/ years' except such as have lost K.: N. WATHON. Superintendent. THE GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT
pimb In battle, which tax shall be paidto Salt:! Water Swimming Pool, Homosoekors. When you got
| the county school fund, and shall Surf Bathing, there Stop at -- __
collected when taxes on property Fishing from Ocean I>ler.

) collected. It shall be illegal for a TIlE HOTEL ORMOND, _w __ '__ ,_ _ _. _..... The Lemon City Hotel
]lector to give any receipt for taxes on ORMOND-OS-THK-HIIMFAX.
property until his poll tax is paid, J.'IIU'1U' OPEN.: / ,
Accommodation for SOO:guests. Rates, $5 per day and upwards. .
nd the collector shall on the first day
from December until 25th.:
Open April At Lemon City the terminus of triO
I each month make out a statement
Ivlng the names of the parties who ANDERSON! & PRICK, Managers.Lelaiid's Hack Line, on lilscayne Hay. Airy ti
live New Hotel.! rooms, comfortable boils, good table,
paid their poll taxes, and present --- Rockledge term, reI\Honable.
le same sworn to by said collector toe
County Commissioners at their reg- ::t'- Good fishing and hunting In the
lar: meeting, and present the receipt ofbe Windsor Hotel noljoth borhuoc I.D.
treasurer for the .
county same.A ON INDIAN RIVER M. CONNOLLY, Prop.
...... ......
Lemon City, Dade Co., Fin
Good ....... The Leading Hotel of Jacksonville, Florida. I
:Rocl :ledge Florida.I3
| The first printer I ever met; was .
moo Nelson-Jesse Nelson. He liveda ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
Kentucky village and was one offie E. BEMIS l\l'gt', l\Iohonlc'Ln1<:e, N. Y.

wiseacres of the place. He was ex- r .
dingly] eccentric and -a philosopherithal. COLUMBIA HOTEL
Many stories of him are told bylie Aoozy winter residence, homo-like comforts, excellent table, northern help,. ,

old folks in that village to this day. Ol'ange.grove in full bearing owned by the hotel Hunting and fishing nnsnrpassed. Centrally Located on St. George
t ne of them is this: .
Prices moderate.
His wife was a thrifty woman, ande Street.
had several sons, whose clothing she Send for illustrated circulars. H, P. SHARES, Overlooking Old Fort Marion and Turk/
ept in the bust possible order, bat the and a full view of the Ocean nod
they would go with his garments tat- Proprietor New llaviin. Conn. rolling breakers from the piazzas.
Ie80 .
y't -- -- -- -- ..
- -- -
red and torn until common decency -
auld force him to get a new suit. r
One day some one said: "Why is it, Hotel Indian River.x W M TEAHEN, Proprietor.
Kelson] that you go with ragged clothes *
ben wife is such famous mend-
your a
s .. Gas, Electric Hells and perfect system
r? Why don't you get your trousers .. of Sanitary: Sewerage.x : .

"Sir," said be, "a rent may be the The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida.
ildent of a moment, but patched

Breeches look like premeditated poverty, WARREN F. LELAND, Proprietor. \ HOTEL COQUINA *
Qd I won't indorse that sort of thing, ,
--------- -- --
ir. -Chicago Times-Herald. Will Open Jan. 15th. -

A Martyr.Mnggins v- HOTEL I'U: :N"IL 1 -'ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA 4-
-They tell me Bjones l a ,
|ery devoted husband.
Bnggins-Fes, indeed. Why, he aotnIlly ANn' OO-r-r..Aca.&JS: It l Is situated in a Park of beautifuTl flowers, Tropical plants and trees, and i FLORIDA ,

goes to' his own wife's afternoon S.A.n.N'O, X: .c1ii1.zs: : River: : Fioridii.Located : .I fronting on tho Famous Indian Illver. The Hotel in supplied with all modern -

Philadelphia Record.SCREYEN conveniences ; passenger elevator, steam heat, electric] lights, etc., and the table
on the Eau Dallle River overlooking the Indian River and on the main line of the will be kept up equal to that of hotel In Florida SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are
Florida East High-clow accommodation for guests; perfect drainage park and shell ants A tine orchestra line been
track for riding,driving. and cycling,lawn tennis rourt,ibontlng range boats, tat rowing and nail. engaged for the season.RATES. .
Inn,stabling for hone hot and cold sulphur bath,eto. Post telegraph and express offlm, In Specialties at Ormond..
the hotel which I.I wtthln\ easy' distance of the Atlantic ocean, where serf liathlng may be Indnlired .
TIB'S. In. Rates t tllIO: to*:SIlO per day. Furnished cottage,with every pmntlhle oon"enhmct ......... Bty" For Circulars,. address,. .
containing 1 and 7 rooms,fl:1manli: fJ U.60 per week. Address t C. T. PEI.ISEKE Mant'r "- 83.OO r
Hrno, Florida 63.GO ,and $4.00 por day,' according

-. -. _. -- to location of 'ro' m. Special rates by 'the SEISER & VIKING, Managers,


The Plaza
Hotel..r --


SAVANNAH, GA. Roekledge: Florida :>altelb0urna: W1c: ric1LL.: Jacksonville, Florida. e

Overlooking the Famous Indian River.C -
OM" 'INaIAN: RIQ. 7R..w. .
Centrally.: Located, Under New Management. *

Congress and Bull.

ate s :- .......,1.Q ,EN.' t Open all the Year- --
$ .50 :to $8.00.MELBOURNE. ;.. ; Coolest and most pleasantly located

Large Airy Boom, Fine View of Indian River; hotel for the summer month. 'Thor
oughly) refitted and elecaotly furnished.
10TEL ,Every Modern Convenience. Elevator. All modern Improvement

Sailing, rowing, Fishing Hunting, KATK8:-$:3.60 to 3.00: per day.
,. Y/r Special by the week, and to CommercialMen.
and Driving..
IELBOURIE ,Indian Ricer 1 FLORIDA.Open Riding .
; ,
Only hotel that the electric car pass
all the year round. Good Fish-: S. H. PECK,. Proprietor. to and.from depot.
fog, Hunting and Yachting Rates, *
2.50 and upwards. CRAPO& LeVENE.

Proprietress! MBS._C. J.,HXCTOB.IMDIANOLA I O. H. VOSS. Proprietors.
RIVER: : :: eO'IEr.: : ': : :: One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Poatofflce.Churchesand .
:21: ':CI.A.zr: : .. Schools.
HOUSE. Hotel Al Fresco
.. ..
Rates : $JJO to $3.00 Per Day. Terms by the Week or Month. *

Tint-rate In Connection with the Hotel.
Laundry Term. Reasonable.

I-....Indlanoia Is OB Merritts Island.... Indian River, .. _.._ JEXSEX .,Indian Rlier, FLORID ,
r ----- ----- ----

Four Miles Horth" of ROCkIedge. Fla. -/7';',:,.I" -. .::IJIISf: Wow 0peII few 'Ia. -.-............ ... .

LaGE : O/H..VOSS, ."Ift" WH. '! J.,..........Indian River Florida. Fort 'Pierce Hotel JOHN L. JENSEN Proprietor.
Sunny room;all :looking oi rr' .MAAOLRr *
IndIan River. Good home' Ubl e: :. '

[Pure soft drinking water.: Sailing, rowv' Near Indian River Inlet NEW HOUSE; Best Accommodation*

J'ng, flshlag' and hunting. Will meet Open 'All Th ::,Yw1; y'Beulah Cottage.Quiet :East C
U .. rf t Ewa ; t. Hot and Cold Batb
guests at train., at Cocoa, and transfer .M M arry.r EspreMljr finished and furnished for on ;

|them to and from house free of charged ..4 "- *e place among the pineapple home comfort.. Modem convenience flrst-claM table. In centre of the
It as Only'a. few mlnntea1 field few week. ,
M i to spend a Hooting, '
,'.. ...... -
'BCKTDtd .
,Rates :. $1.6Operday. walk from Railway .te.- Pishing and Boating. Have the conductor rilUIMO ,AMD .rp. Famous Pineappla Beirlvn; close to the .
ii ttutntm lions and Steamboat land of train let yon off at Tlbbals, ;Guide fnrolaned. Best table water'lothe '
$8.00 per week. Inp. Flan Station Populartsttalby, .day, State. IJctirs Inlet tFlh and oysters. fa abundance.Terms' .
'.J!f'" .. r\4 On the bank ol."be week or month. 'z'
Address : '\ ; .. oJ vi, TTLKB: f Proprietor* and' '
P. 'far-famed Indian Blrer.. "Open February 1, JSOfl.JAMEM : SSlOO.pe: ; r ;Daye
G.j jW. .SCIIU7LER! t'. ,..,..... J ,_ : '. _.IJ '. ... ANDREWS; Manager; VBAIIK: H. TTLEB, | Manager.
'. Indianola, Fla. :,..- 'NI'AQ. _. ..... ..... .Lock box 70, Eden, fla. Formerly of New Haven, Ct. .-, and 'upwards.. : J '
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,j I ,' 4 !II{ The A\cru Grocery Co. what we are doing ou this side of the Highest of all in Leavening,Power.-"-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

\, water. Homo! people take the trip from THE ROBB1S1GRAHAIPaid CO
Pain Beach to Nassau just for tho sake
have l'cduce.1 pi'Icon on all groceries ,
.I. of but sea-sick.
a sea voyage, many get
: fl. ;t 'Cs.ll on them. "Now let me tell you that a sea voyage Baking
r -a short ono, to bo sure, yet still a Up Capital $26,000.00.
1 i\Ft t' Consult: .In men Mutt, sea voyage-without seasickness and VAI

i -- without letting go of terra firma, Is a LAW LOANS HEAL ESTATE

Orlando Nursery for orange, lemon thing which many people with sensitive PowderABSOE.VYELY ,

,1 ,;. '. and grape) fruit trees, grape vines and liver would look upon as an almost
boon. That Is what
priceless Brighton,
:Marshal I Nlcl rows.
: JAMES MOTT the gieat English resort, Is to have next PVRE We have for sale a large list of carefun,
I Orlando, Fla. seoHou. It will be an elevated railroad, )
4 built upon a. stone foundation, some distance -------- -.==""- -' selected Indian River Properties.

from the shore, facing the beautiful A r--TO of TUitsvllIe.' the Florida
Quick Bicycle Taxpayers
Trip. Lands Coast
t New Bakery hi Titusville-Nearly and historic cliffs of Brighton. It Agents for. Sale of lie,

Opposite! the "Advocate" will extend from the eastern end of the MOHHI-H. N. W. Van. Slcklen and Gen. The tax books of the Town of Titus Canal and Transportation Co.
Brighton Electric Railway to the villageof W. Matthews, jr., two prominent citizens ville will be open for the payment of
Jlu 1 1<1 In?. Kuttlngdetui distance of three of Chicago, who have been stopping at taxes on Tuesday, February -Hli; the CANAL L1 .N7S.Florida .

miles-where it will connect with the Hotel Ormonil for a week or two, made assessments are made, and everything/ is
regular steamer pier. The rails are laid of the Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway Con..,
I have opened a now bakery In Titus- a trip from Ormond to New Smyrna Inlet readiness for the cbllection same. '
vllle, and am now prepared to sell first- on concrete blocks spaced about 3 feet on their tandem,bicycle, this week, L. T. COODKY Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co,
r I class cakes of ,,1kinds\ rye and white apart'and mortised Into the sound rock, In 62 minutes, the distance being 19 Collector. wnd other Low,Priced Lands. .
t bread. Don't fall to give me a trial, as the height of the blocks varying. with miles along the ocean beach.. Selected
all orders will be promptly attended to, the Irregularities of the shore. A shift- Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Properties.
a' Ing sand of very moderate depth covers Seven Artesian Wei Int.
and will bo Titusville. Florida.Bred .
you pleased.MRS.. DEISNER.r the rock In places, but the rails have A Pile-Driver Sunk.
been laid sufficiently high to prevent any Hotel Ormond can now boast of
; trouble from It accumulating on them. Capt. Ross, lost his pile-driver for seven artesian wells. Messrs. Anderson
r )Ifor Charter, The line consists of four rails laid as two awhile during the late heavy winds at & Pi ice, the popular managers, believe
I tracks of 2ft. frjln. in guage: spaced Palm Beach last week. It sank In twelve in the old saying that "Cleanliness Is I S. Chaffee & Co

i The sloop yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt. about 18ft.! outer rail, thus giving\ an feet of water at the end of the ocean next to Godliness," so they have just ,.
. Cook, by the day week or month. effective guage of 18ft. At high tide pier, but he eventually recovered it. completed the seventh well on their I
I .. This yacht is fitted up with the best of the; depth of the water over the rails is The genial Captain Informed an ADVOCATE groundi Water was struck at a depth
.; accommodation for ladles. Capt. CookI 13ft.; The car Is a structure of sixteen representative that he has had of 215 foot. D FRED S. CIIIIFFEE' TITUSVTLLE Fli
i a reliable man and well acquainted wheels 31:Mn. In diameter, carrying the some hard work In connection with the Pharmacist., '
I Registered
with all the fishing and hunting grounds passengers at a height of 24ft. above the building of the Palm Reach pier, owing
;1 on the river. level of the rl\llll.. The four main legs to the rough weather he has continually The J., T. & K. W. Hallway. A Complete Assortment of
I CAI'T. OKO. COOK, are tubes of drawn stool. The tops of to contend with.
I I' Address, the main legs are firmly built Into lattice; In the order changing the upset price
Titusville Fla.
F. A A. M. for the J. T. Jt K. W from PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
J girder work carrying the deck, and the' railway -* # !
i' whole structure is secured by cross ties The Proposed Railway to Key *.HXIO( to .350,000: ;; ), the court states ,

.f f : ': For Sule or Kent. and Is of /great strength, although offering West. that It had not previously consideredthat filled with the Utmost Care and Prom t1tnde.
.., but a mull surface to the force of a large amount of taxes are due by >3 Prescriptions E 9.<-

: All: of block 27, Titusville\ Fla., known the waves. The main deck Is canted Maypr Waddell, of Key West, nays the railroad company. The purchaser raT'" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
1a'' nu the llan on property, lust east of ice out exactly as If for a steam yacht, and that surveys have been completed along/ must pay the $350,0JO: In cold mash or ,
t tfjctoiy.: This is .a very largo block of measures 50ft. long and 22ft.wide. The the Florida keys with the view of constructing receivers' certificates.Mr. trade. Give
i And" all fenced, having upon It a comfortable structure has an enclosed saloon, beauti a railroad line, and that engineers =We want your us a trial,

.(:! house, greenhouse, windmill, fully decorated in tho centre space anda have found such a route Is practic and Mrs. C. II. Stokes and( Mrs.
s ,<{, piping, 1lot of shrubbery, and other promenade deck on the roof of the able. It Is understood that an offer will Reginald Serjeantson, of Hobe bound, Choice Line of Cigars,: Stationery. Wall Paper, School Supplies Pcl'fumen.
1;. improvements.1 1 Price, 1,000.( Will rent saloon. The driving machinery consists be made to President II. M. Flagler/ of have been visiting Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces,.etc., etc., eR:.
subject to sale, at *H.OO per month. of two 30-horse-power electric motors, the Florida East Coast LIDO, to extend Daniel, at Cocoa, this week. ,
1 i *' Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort i, placed! veitlcally immediately over two this road, affording an all rail route between -- ---
Pierce; or to Bobbins A Graham, his of the main legs, one on each side of the New York And the extreme southern -The pastor of the Presbyterian
.. Titusville Fla. with I church; : will\ deliver the last of his lectures THE INDIAN RIVER DRUG GO.'
.ar."j attorneys, car, the shafting communicating point of Florida. on the Holy Land next Sabbath =
.!',"" toothed gearing, which Actuates
Must be Sold. wheels. The current Is conveyed by a evening the describing of the his Jordan Journey Jeru-from Cocoa,. F1ox"f: .a...
: trolley and overhead wire. As the object New Ice Factory for Mllu ll. I fording place to

,i; of this railroad Is air and scenery, a salem. A cordial. invitation Is extended THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
1' : I 'Over( l-inlle Indian River front at Paradise speed of only six or eight miles an hour Mr. Forrest Lake, of Sanford, gave the to all. ,
Hobe Sound, four miles will be maintained. ADVOCATE a pleasant call, Tuesday; on
Point, on The permanent way
n.ook.1cC1.5e ITMa....
i I' !I Above Jupiter; all high banks, beautiful Is already constructed, and has with his way home from West Palm Beach, ,
.ALt. Ii villa site, In the heart of pineapple illsi stood the gales for A year past." where he and Mr. S. N. Gladwin of this HOUSE BOAT ROCHESTER Under the same management. Thoroughly first-class Drug Stores. Full!lit!
i trlct1\01:\ acres. Will be sold In strips place, met and purchased three building of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Novelties.Stationery, Perfumery, etc.

.'' "i'i:1.i 1' with river front, or the whole to anyonewishing The Surprise Store, St. Augus graham lots, 50xl50ft., for an each ice,factory from Mr., which J. E.they In- HAVANA AND KEY WEST' CIGARS. "
safe Investment. .
will shortly erect at Miami. Messrs.
For further Information,
( ,/J1, Lake A; Gladwin have purchased two Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledgo.. We cater especially to .
r L. II. GEE, photographer,
-I; 'I West Palm Beach, Fla. When a (girl wants to purchase a laoqiic, 10-ton Ice machines, and they will ship THE TOURIST TRADES;-
'J I. Of the newspaper ads she keep trmcque them to Miami as soon as the building
And solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by
t' And she ROM to the placewhere
IB receive them.
ready to Mr. Lake Is
I, ,i' .,:::F f'f't" YACHTS FOR SALE. To announo the what) take they a have Rood; for apace her'bacque t well ,known In Sanford, where he has Registered; Pharmacist

Don't fall to read the big ad on 4th page been elected Mayor for. four successive 1I! r"" Send mail orders to Coooa; no accounts run at Rookledge.Groceries .

It, I' .Sloop For' Sale. years.
+ i For Charter by the Day Week or Month.
: Indian River Section Is
j'I" For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; The Rush/ to Miami. Accommodation equal to a hotel. E_ Z_ :ee .
\,J tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condi All night. .- The Rochester is fitted with a motor and ,
r' j I, tion. New sails; head-room In cabin.'I Work has commenced upon the Royal sail, and la very safe. and steady. She is
: Hast party or trade boat of her size on NEW HAVEN, CONN., Feb. 21, '06.) Palm hotel, and everybody at Miami is 61-ft. long, by 15-ft. wide; dining room Grain Bay Garden Seed Fertita?

'I, the river. Price, 9225.00.:! Apply to Editor Advocates said to be on a rush to see who will be 12x14 ft. Can!accommodate ten persons. ,
i : E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland. or Capt. the first to make the "Almighty .ttPeopla Rates very reasonable. Further particulars I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of
i' eterNeIKon, Titusville, Fla., where she From various articles In the ADVOCATEI In and sailboats on application toCAPT.
are arriving wagons
i that the tidal to be / Staple: Ac: J Groceries IVuiAnd !
f may be seen. tf note wave seems while some are able to come by A. BENNETT, imey ,
I' I rushing on to Miami; but It will reboundas rail AS far as Fort Lauderdale, and the Eau Oallle, Fla.JEWELERS Food ProductsOf
r I::11, I I i. For Sale. soon as the railroad is finished. People remainder of the distance by steamer.So All Kinds. Also My Stock of .
living so far south have big
ban been the influx of
anon great new set
'i:'I\ :; Tho Sloop Yacht;; Flora., 85-ft.: long, products railroad fares sent, north.big freights They/ will realize all tlers that the accommodations at Miami Grain, Hay, Bran,. Cotton Seed Meal,,
,I } J4-ft. beam, 2-ft. draught.! In flrst-olaasij are taxed. People are huddled in tents
k that It costs too much to live there for Orwuid.Foad and Wheat.I .
r Cabin and small huts. 'The small
j I : condition, and used but one year. temporary:
j the purpose of raising fruit and vegetables am the only house on Indian. River dealing the above line
Hccummodatlons for 8: with room forward hotel has for some time past been crowded. exclusively:
"j'" for 2 also water closet. Is fully to supply northern markets, if It A larger hotel for the accommodation Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and IOU
t found and furnished, except bedding. must be sent by rail; If by steamer It can of about 400 people is nearly. finished, E Hi i ..Hf u (.> a your patronage. Very truly
J I 3n full commission to sail with six hours be done to much better advantage. Peo- and Miami will be able to care for the JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA. :&I. L.. :SRBgY.LUMBER .
{ ple on Indian River live nearer to the
It, notice. Owner !having regained newcomers more properly.
markets and, therefore, cheaper, and
for her
i health has further use
those settling in the south will beginto
of James 1'rltchard, or Capt.
't'l Inquire .
i realize that fact sooner or later, and
Peter Nelson, Tltusvlllo, Fla., where
': : I li will 'settle farther north, unless perpetual >>"IaT I.A.R.D: : !
be : : -.
t, ; 'I 1 I :: ; yacht can seen. winter frosts visit Indian River. EX SrI"II..I1'VGOoooa ...

; Success to the ADVOCATE and Its owner
:'t I Vine Sour Yacht for Sale. Mr. Walton. Florida: ,
i truly ... ..... ........ .. .. .. = ADd: grouse Muriel
Very yours &
f, .ti BnMng
DEALER ur........
,I, :Schooner, 01 feet over all, 14ft. beam, CHAS. II. ROWLAND, M.,D. ,

."(I ., ,,'4 j'i t,f ., 23 two: Inch state-rooms draught; main with cabin sailing, 12x14 ballast, and: A Jovial Party. Wood and Metallic Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime Cement Nails ail d

I 6ft. Sin: head-room; patent W. C.; separate )I ,. ,

'If room for crew and galley. Fines Tile steamer Spartan, In command of B Ul.Id ers t Hardware e. In fact, a complete stock of everything requllll
& uomfortableacht for cruising on Indian Coffins and Caskets. '!
Capt. W. J. Nesbltt, arrived in Titus In building a"house. Estimates furnished.
r I Itl Lake Worth or Bisoayne Bay. and left for
: ville Wednesday evening
fj&! "eri sell cheap for cash Daytona yesterday morning. She left Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian Rifer ani Lab; WortB5f
further! particulars by writing to Daytona on Wednesday, the 19th Inst.,
II"I C. II. W., on a cruise as far.. Jupiter, from which Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department is un- Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers Pineapple Crates.
I' ADVOCATE office, point the party on board took the train der the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Oallle and Jfenssn.
? I"" Titusville, Fla. for Lake Worth. They told an ADVO most improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive prompt' G. F. PADDISON
CATS: representative that! they had had a attention.' ,
i\'l\' I I Excursion very pleasant trip and stopped at all the Cocoa, Indian River, Fla. EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA-
II -::::;
v ''f'''t points of Interest along Indian River,
[ To Koselawn Ostrich Farm, Courte- either going south or returning. On
Indian River, Fla. Tuesday evening they made Sarno their
nay \
II' I eOa'r E MIMS: ::7'r
MO11N1NOT.cnvo : stopping place over night, and the ladles : _,

j Kocklodgo. (0:00: a. m: poke In high terms of that placeand
'I j Returning from Cuuitenny. 11:00: u tho kind treatment they received Dealer In -
Arriving back at Rockledgo. 12:110AFTKUSOON : n.I from the manager of Hotel On Nil-Mr.
,I Chits. T, Verbeke. Among the party on

'! I.o.wo Kocklodgo .. .:. SOt: (I. m. boaul A. Burgess-which vice-president was In charge of of the Mr.Klpon L. == .....dQ
I ;' Returning from Courtenay, ft:0i: > ;) s:::::
Knitting Works, Kipon, Wis.-we noticed -
ii back at Rockledgo. 0:00: The Indian River
.Arriving Ie
'd'c very attractive a'this '
61 :- point; IIplenllM fl.hlng eto The land Ie .pe
; \ I Fare, there and return, Including sight/ Miss\ May Davidson and Miss Gates, == : C adapted Herman to Urove.Pineapple.The J.and St.other A.b:Fruit t. R.,,t.y and,rune Is situated at Ankona, ju.t north ot the cclebntM*'
of ostriches, 75o.; by the naphtha launch and Mrs. S. II. Oove, of Daytona; Miss un.urpWllled. For part oulara.addretle the owner through, the property,makIng shipping "cU"
l'atl1l1nllor.J Minnie Parks Kv.J Misses
Cynthlano ;
CAPT. J. 11iERNAN..ss : PKKKINS. Mew:Haven
( May Southern and Florence Wlckes, of
_._ -
l >-- -- New York; Misses Isabella Bennett! and ---

Where to Get the "Advocate." Emily Burgess C, boats Klpon, ,Beverley Wis.; \V.Mass.W.; Kerns L. A., Saddles Bridles, Whips, Bits, Curry-Combs, etc.,etc. Prompt attention givento BEAR ZXT MHTD
all mall orders. of Harness Tour
and Uuns
i Morris, 111.; IT. Schneider and wife, New Repairing. our Specialty. patronage .. ......
"JI 'Titusville, r Dr. J. B. Soreven, York; D. L. Fleming.. Bloomington, III.; solicited. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.
.t ; I .. -. Mrs Emma Eaton. Mrs. Bedertha ,and daughter, Oberlin, THAT I NOT OUT OF BUSINESS.
1 West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros. 0.; Mrs. M. Ashton Traverse City, '' IeAi
Palm Beach, Royal Polnclana Mich.; J. A. Benry"Jollet111l.j: W. K. Carrying in Stock a Choice High Grade
i ,. Palm Beach Inn, Denison and wife, New London,."'t. TIm EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

Ormond, .. .. Hotel Ormond. Wines, Whiskies, Brandie;, Cigars Tobacco Etc
The INDIAN UIVKR: ADVOCATE will beon of New Telegraph ,
"4 Organization a Hade
1' Sandy Soil 3-inch Tread.
for Having * *
aale at the above newsagents' stands Mail Order* Filled Promptly
every Friday or Saturday morning, price and Telephone

JSote. per oopy. Company. '.A.1i COCOA. FLORIDA: .
The Key West Ocean Telegraph and Yours at Command.
A HINT TO MB. Telephone Company has just been or

.- ganised with a capital stock of $23,000, J. D. CItAI3Bt ::: .
Novel Scheme to Avoid Sea- with privileges of Increasing it to $:.100- = --
000, for the purpose ,of constructing, --
4 SlckneM. owning and operating ocean and overland -
--- r telegraph and telephone lines from :Protect

2u ADVOOATB subscriber, writing us Key West to Jupiter, in Dade county YISthOg5! from Fire
4 from London England, inter alia, says : running through the counties of :Monroe, y
"I read with tauob Interest the doings Dade, Lee and DeSoto, a distance of .
of that well known benefactor' of the about 1,000 miles; also telegraph! and -
Kost,Coast of Florida-Mr. H.. M. Flag telephone lines In Key West. The president Roofing of all Kinds
ler. Tbe East Coast country must be of the oompanv is William D. Cash steel, Iron, Metal Shingles, 1t
.-reatlY'lmprovect since I visited itiesl : a wealthy and prominent merchant; Ben FOR SALE BY Ready Roo, etc.; Steel Brick and Corrugated
.h > clally ,Dade county-If I. may Judge MoLendoa, secretary and W. B. Curry', Stamped Steel Celliap. Iron Siding; Corrugated

from wbatl read In the ADVOOATB. Mr.FlagUr treasurer. The advent of this company EDWARD STILING, .. ....,.. BplIding Paper, etc
"' Is certainly a wonderful mac will be hailed with delight by the eU m iiisis nn
and a good friend to'the East Coast of.Florida. sens, as the new company will. furnish mAL loomc j CORRUGIIIG
I.do not know whether he sub.t .. the most satisfactory and economical ,*, * The Lumber, ,Hardwire and Paint Dealer. JEROME co..
scribes for your very excellent pink eommuaJeatlon held with the main TVPICIIELL III DeIIRft Stne

'. gaper, but I should ,Usa him to know land and Key West. COCOA. Indian' River. FLORIDA.. President ct Geoeral Manager DlSiS em.i 10.