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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: March 6, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
 Notes
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: UF00079909:00016
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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-,...The ADVOCATE still has tobacco Read This" Column Carefully -Mr. J. G. Hast wont to Daytona on Llttlo 111111Hnth Woodward will A .0"111 Looking Craft.'I'I ti

'/: ../ seed to give away. Wednesday: to meet some friends from jive "Jumbo Paitv" to hor lends, in
the north. linear of her 8th blithdav! on Saturday
-MaJ. II. J. TIffin, of Cmirtrnay, has J3T" Advertisements on this (first) Tho lino steam yacht Charlotte
been a guest of Hotel Royal Puinciana page[ are ten cents per lino per week, and Time was a mooting of the Kant: .. afternoon from three to live o'clock. owned by :Mr. Walter It. 1>l\tton. of Long

this week. are continued from week to week unless Count snrgeoiiH at Uocklcdgo f Wednesdayevening. :"' Mr. A, O. Uussell accompanied\ byMr. Branch, N. V., anlved bore, Sunday }

-Civil Engineer (L T. :Spencer of St. otherwise ordered. Reading notices on 1: W. W. Knssoll, passed through lifiotlio n itfteiiiooii en route to Lake Worth and I
Augustine, paused through here Monday, any page; but the first, are five cents per -:Mr. Glen Strohm retunedwit. llr.I end of lust week, ou their way to 1tiscnt, Ism 1 haY. )[1'11. Pattoii anil Mr. j ,
en route to Miami.Mr. line each insertion E. L. Brady, from West PRim hunch, Sebastian. Mr: Russell recently iiur- lien 1'iillinaii were also on 1111111'<1. This

r l rp -; Will S. Thomas the Citizen yesterday. chased a tract of 112,000: acres of l.xnd yacht N. excellently fitted up and Is a wi
The School Iloind had, their uximl near /Sobaotlan.Dr. lilm-looklng craft. The hull and cabin toIsle
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correspondent at lllscayne Bay hall been TILE': KAOI.K: CLOTHING STonE In the built of Tho
p spending 11 day or .HO. In Jacksonvillethis : ADVOCATE brick building, Tltnsvlllo, monthly mooting his i week, paying bills .' Henry M. 1
week are the loading clothiers on the East: Mid attending lo other. matteis.Mr. liy his wile nod 1 niece, bravo IlI'llvt'tl I at inoi'nlni after replenishing/ stores.

-:Miss Carrie M. Parish a popular ('out of Florida.: Watcli their ads on J. 0 Walton, after spending today lotel I Oimond.\ They have Inum .stopping Mr. and III IS. fatten and I Mr Pullman .
young! lady of Valdosta, Ga., arrived this and other pages, and do not fail: or two at Hoi-kludge:: and, :Slu'nn. returned | at the Royal Poliicliina for sometime took drive\ I through Tltuaville stud tho

town Friday afternoon last, on a visit to to give them a tilal. to town yesterday nfternoon. pant.Mr. surrounding country dining their short

The ADVOCATE'Printing Office, Miss Leila Anthony.Mr. -Mr. and' :Mrs. H. B. Plant and party, Francis C. Reed, wife and stay hero.Jtockleage.. !'
BEST lino of candles-Gunther's-kept friends of Mr. and 1 Mrs. J. W.Underbill 1 i
who have Heiicii daughter
Titusville, Fla. David Sears, of Boston, who has the Corner boon on n trip} to Palm '
at '
been spending some time at Canaveral Drug Store. loft for other parts of tho state on from Now York spent from lltahon!< Gray in Tltllfl\1I1e.!

club-house, left for other parts on Monday Wednesday.' Tuesday, until Wednesday in town. Mr. _. '1
AN elegant line of straw goods: all novelties lined Is a prominent attorney. They loft '"
LOCAL NEWS just received at the Eagle Cloth -Dr. G. S. Worley, bt. Augustine's for Pulm Beach ou Wodnnsday afternoon. The Right Rev. W. Crane Gray D. D. '
-Dr. W. S. Graham, after spending ing Store, Titusville. won known and popular tiiirgoon( was In arrived in town on Saturday lost, an.1held
ltd Topics of General Interest.You about a fortnight between West Palm attendance at the mooting of surgeons service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal
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Beach and Mi am a, returned to Tltuaville at Rnokledge on Wednesday.Mr. Lake Worth Church to bo ConMa- chinch tho Sunday morning following.A .

on Saturday< last.Mrs. DEED blanks lOo. each; $'1.00 per 100' at Charles Magruder, well known crnttiil. lingo congregation greeted his presence -
find some Interest- the ADVOCATE office. this ooouMton and
can always on was gleatlydoased
on Indian River died at his father's residence -
,
Josie Wager and Miss Eva .
inside his discourse both In
with able
; reading matter on our pages. 1[ ,
Clapper spent from Saturday until Mon- BOYS' nil wool Imported cheviot; blue, at Rocklodgo ou Sunday morning The Episcopal church of llotliesoda- the brief. outline he gave of the inlsslon-
The sound that cheers the merchant day at Uocklodgo, and returned well black or brown suit at the Eagle last, much to the regret of Ills numerous by-tlio-Suu, J.IkeVol.th, will be oonso- iry work which Is going on In Southern:

In Advertising the Jingle of with the dollars a will supplied\ with oianges.Mr. Clothing! : Store, Titusville, Fla. friends.Mr.. orated on Wednesday, tho 18th Inst. Florida and his sormnn. The Bishop l

An they drop' Into his. till. Goo M. Robbins left here Friday John Myers was around town Bishop W. Crane Gray and Bishop E. G. !' line established. n missionary station
this week with a happy smilo on his Wood will bo present. Rev. J. N. M Mi- the Somlnolo Indians In the
last Oil.imlo the following )
made trip down for returning among
-Mr. S. D.-Oeiger a WHEN you want a article of Rye
pure !
of the above tine oh arch.
o liver this week. afternoon. He went to OrlandoIn Whiskey Gin, Rum, Wine or anything countenance, caused by, tho nppeitranco) f"rliis rector ] vOl'lthl.IO"which; Is alieady doing", much
regard to the case of Brown and Oliver \- In the drink line, send your cash to of a ten-pound boy at his residence on to bring this\ once gild race of people' ton

-Mrs. Brady, Senr., paid a short visit vs. C. M. Minis.Mr. J. D. CitAiiH, Cocoa, Fla. Sunday:\ }last. A Steamer for Indian Klvur. higher state of clvlll/ation: and Godliness. \ .,
Minis on Tuesday.Dr. After the soriium, tho ApoHtollo\ ,
-The launch Tomoka took a partycomposed
W.' M. Brown returned from a'ito of Confirmation was conferred Oilthe
I- B. R. Wilson attended tIle moet- Miami Saturday/ last. Mrs. Brown NEW assortment of spring yacht raps of Mr. and Mrs. Currier, Mi". Tho steamer Myth recently bought l hy following persons : 1111'II.J K. Ken-
g; of East Coast surgeons at Rockledgoi and family who stopped with Mrs. L. C. and outing goods just received at the Smith, Mrs lint. 11. /Smith, Miss Ida the W. B. Scott Milling I C..., of the Ht. yon Mrs. II. C. Budge Mrs. (I. II.
i Wednesday.Mr. Oliver at West Palm Beach during his Eagle Clothing Store kBABUKII Smith, Miss Holbrook, Mrs. J. D. Price; Augustine *: South Ileach Hallway and Forte, Miss Daisy: Skill, and Messrs. J. .
Messrs. Taunt E. W. Holbrook and W.
absence, returned with him. BildgoCo., loft St. Augustine, 1IU1l1hyI1ftel'nllon. A and Louts Cole. Bishop
Orlando ,
R. II. Taylor, 'of was Holbrook tilt Tomoka river Monday. llappersetUt'
.town yesterday, en route to PalmIch -Mr. and Mrs. Jaudon Browne, who SHOP. George Jones has open- started, m from Hotel Ormond. Iu charge/ of Capt. Dan Allen, Gray \left Titusville on Sunday nfter
and Miami. have been spending several months In ed a hair dressing establishment at They pilot, for .In pi tor, The boat will beoperated noon for Conitenay, where ho held) ser

the north;\ and west, arrived at Hotel the Indian, River Hotel TltusvllIea -With roforonco to our notice of giving on Indian Rlvor. vice, and on Monthly started! homewards,
-Auditor W. II. Chambers, ol the Ormond on Monday. From there they where he will be glad to tobacco seed away, wo bog ttt state to Orlando. While In town tho Bishop,
agler Railway who has been ill in St. will go to Palm Boach.Mr. < and new customers that it is only for tlioso living along the Tho Shipment of INiittiipplcH. was the guest of Mr, and Mrs. T T.
ugustine is now better. week wet'
East Coast of Florida. This Wet ill 1)10.
-Mr.. G. C. Elwes after an enjoyable -". Frank Dtiren, after spending/( have had applloailons" from Richmond, The choir In St. (liibilol's church was
sit of over a week to his father In Or- several days on Biscayne Bay, returnedto MONEY. We want money to loan on first Va. ; Jamaica Plain, Mass. ; Tampa, Fla.; Capt.[ T. E. Richards, tlio well known a strong one on Sunday, and tho muslo
real estate Ten
lido returned home on Monday town on Saturday last well pleased mortgages. per cent Atlanta, Ga. ; and other places outside of grower, of Eden, WAS In town rendered was generally, admitted,, to hove
with his trip. He expects to open a free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden this state. Monday and 'Tuesday: and) gave our office! been very good. Tlitmu who took 1'llI'twOI'e
-The grocery firm of R. R. Pylcs Jc green grocery business at Miami shortly. & Sanders, Titusville and West Palm a pleasant call. The captain says tlio : Mrs It. W. Rhodes, tho Misses ,.
is located in the store on Wash- Beach, Florida. -Mr. Frank E. Heath a prominent call "the .
i. now -The usual concertwas people cannot him pineapple Albino anil All 110 Kgger, "n.IlI'KMI'M.v.n.
Sunday evening
/ citizen of New York aritved In town
jton avenue recently] vacated by Julius Sunday evening the Or- king"! any longer, for his ion, William Waddell, F. A. Morgan, C. II. Walton
lino. given / ". stock of clothing in South Friday last, and left fur tho Duminitt now has nearly j fifty acres planted In and P. G. Walton. Mrs Roswell I'olo-
mond Hotel parlors, which were well Florida
to be sUughterod. Get our Grove noxt day lIe returned hero on pines, and he expects to ship; about fouror acted the efficient organist as
been minI as
-Capt. J. II, Smith, who has filled. Mr and Mrs. Edward HodA'ovel'y
Tuesday and left for Samo the sanio
tending to his fish business at Fort kindly 'assisted the orchestra by prices at once and save money. Eagle afternoon Mr., Heath Is expcctm) five thousand. crates of pineapples tho usual, and Messrs.( I"V.. Craven and It.
Store Titusville Fla.
ierce for come time past lias gone to singing several songs. Clothing hack here to-day anti will join Messrs. coming summer, F. Hall as cornotUts.

:acksonvllle. Mrs. S. F. Gibbs of Melbourne ar- Robbins, Graham, Chllltngwortli Mo-
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of
straw hats latest
-Mr. II. Julius Smith after visit of rived in town from. DeLand on Monday A blocks ORAM and display shapes-now open-at the Kinley and Featherly In a trip to Miami. The Guests of Mr, Plngler. IIOCKLKDGU.Orungo .

ivoral weeks to his winter home at on her way home. She was accompanIed Eagle Clothing Store. Mail orders -Miss Capehart, daughter the well- -
ockledge: has returned to Pompton by her charming young daughter receive prompt attention. known Congressman James Among the distinguished visitors to
likes, N. J. Miss Miller, who has been attending of Point Pluasaut, West Capohartl Palm Beach this woek al'eSIr/ Win. F. Tree. Still In Hearing

Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold school at the Stetson University through Tltusvillo, Saturday lust on her Haynes-Smlth. K. C. M. G., Governor- and In Illoom.
'vice at Cocoa on Sunday next, the 8th -We are peased'to note that a slight THIS Is what Mr. Finder, of Blscayne way to Orlando to visit friends fur a General of the Bahamas; Lady Haynos-
Bay says : "Your material Is satisfactory Tho orange trend Across the river fronkRookludge ,
ist., at 10:80 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.; and wave of prosperity seems to be passing and I well few days. /She informed An ADVOCATK ::Smith and Miss Haynos-Mmlth accompanied are looking beautiful with
am pleased. My ,
J. G. MoLachlaii of
she Lake by Captain
representative that had been to ,
t Rockledge at 3:30:: p. m. over the country. Ten new subscribers carpenters say It Is first class." Send their great bunches of golden fruit
Worth and Blsoayne Bay with her parents the British array private secretary to
to the ADVOCATE this week. We are
-Mr. S. N. Gladwin having resigned to learn the columns of "the pink us your orders and you will say the since she ]left Hharpus, and had had the governor who arrived by steamer hanging from the branches and all who
i I. position as alderman of Tltuaville, glad same. G. F. Faddlson, lumber and quite a pleasant' Congressman Northumberland from Nassau Monday visit these groves come away highly tier!
of the East Coast" read withso trip.
is place has been filled by Capt. T. W. paper much interest. are. building material Eau Gallic Fla. Capehart recently killed two deer with morning. The party will remain for a lighted", with tho unexpected sight. A

und. one shot, while hunting on Merrltts week the guests of Mr. Flaglor, who has great many of the orange trees are In
-Mrs. B. L. Wills\ and son BenJ.; also WE Island. also had as guests for a couple of days bloom throwing a delicious fragrance of
Messrs. Jas. P. Armstrong and n. J. are offering bargains In clothing.All .
blossom around. It Is
Buckner left here for orange a great
Miss Sue Tuesday reduced Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Plant.
Williams of Cincinnati who recently Plant City where they have gone to join prices 25 to 30 per cent. -Mrs. A. V. Wlnans, who resides at surprise to northern visitors who had
ads a trip to Nassau have returned tolie I Dr. Wills, who is now located at that on clothing, In order to make room tho Valencia the greater pint of the year. an idea that all the orange trees on Indian -

Palm Beach; Inn. I place. We are sorry to lose this family for spring Titusville goods. Fla.The Eagle Clothing has always been thoroughly Identified Hand Corccrt, Honflro and Oyster River had been killed by last winter's

-Capt. and Mrs. II. E. Sewall, of but hope to see them return to Titusville Store with St. Augustine. She Is the daughter freeze. A vUlt to Ri-ckludgo will soon

ewall's Point have been spending a on some future occasion. of Colonel Hanson who was one of Hake. dispel.that_ er erroneousimpression.! !!
uple of days at Palm Beach this week SCOTT'S CARBO-DIOKBTIVK: COMPOUND Is the most brave and, efficient officers of -- Is, undoubtedly a nnely-
taking the Inn their headquarters. -Tax: Collector E. W. Hall and his the most remarkable remedy for the the army during the Indian wars In this The much-talkod-of temporary band located and favored spot and Is being
daughter, Miss Sallle, arrived In town on various Ills of the flesh, that science state friend and companion of Goner stand for Craven's Indian River Band well patronized by tourists., The three
-Mr. H. A. Hodges, Satsuma's well Monday. Mr. Hall has opened Brevard has produced. For further particularssee ala Marcy' Worth,-llardee and Harnoy. has at lost been erected, on The Plaza:. hotels are at present doing nice business
nown lumber merchant Btoypellover county's tax books at the.Court-house, ad. on tlth page. Ills home was on Charlotte street, just opposite the AltvooATK building; and( and everybody who visits Roukledgo are>>
n Titusville from Monday Titusville and they will remain open un- beyond the Court House where Mis. while It I Is not a very fine ono, It will answer more than pleased with It. Mr. II. 1C.liemls :.
n his way to Palm Beach. til the end of this month. He is being Winans was born. Colonel Hanson the purpose for a whllo. It Is 18ft. manager of the New Rockledge

-The Indian River and Lake Worth ably assisted In his work by his bright -Mr..A. T. Feaster paid Melbourne a owned large sugar plantation near the ( being raised four feet above the hotel Inform us that his business has
'Inoapple Growers' Association heldheir young daughter, whose many friends visit on Wednesday. city; the ruins of the sugar: mill arc still ground, and has been fitted with electric been better this year than at any previous

meeting at the Royal Polnciana gladly welcome her to town. -Mr. Chas.] T. Vcrbeke owner of standing and Are known ns the C'hlmnles. lights: and scats for the use. of tho bilnds- "season; whllo Hotel Indian River and

lotel, Palm Beach, on Wednesday.Mr. -Mr. Adhem.ir Brady who has beenin Hotel Du Nil and cottages at Sarno Is Mrs. Wloanx owns large pineapple men. Hotel I'lttzn:: arc doing'" better than they
Atlanta nearly a year returned to Ti- in town today.Ladles fields on Indian River near 1.,1011.;, and Is Mr, Fred F. Taylor of Rorkledge\ ; whoIs expected considering the number of resorts -
J. M. Lee, from whom Mr. 1>1. tusvillo on Monday. On Tuesday be left devoted to Florida especially St. Augus I always to the fore In making Improvements that are scattered along the East. .
Dwyer purchased Hotel Indian River, for West Palm Beach where he will occupy wanting samples of dres'sgooda tlno.TlltlorSt.AuJIIMtlne'lI, offers to doimto #11X1\ toward the Const.
ccompanled by his wife and little girl, the position of bookkeeper for the should write to J. W. Estes St. : well known expense of erecting a good and ornamental The fishing at Hock IodICe Is said to be
society
ave been stopping at Rockledgo this the best this season. Mr. and Mrs. A.
firm of Brady Strohm. Mr. Brady Is Augustine.Mrs. I The St. Augustine New, says. : band stunin Titusvlllu the
eek. I well known in this section; where he has W. B. Waddell and little girl ''Editor Charles. II. Walton of the lv.DIMI plans of which ho has had drawn at his B. Hopper) of Patterson, N. J., are leadIng -
-Mr. Geo. M. Robbins of this place friends. We wish him success own expen,,". saltwater fishing, an average catch
many every spent a day or so at Sanford the first of HIVKR ADVOCATK, :Mr and Mrs
nd Mr. James Paine of St. Lucie, left In his new field of labor. the week visiting friends. I J. O. Walton, of the manic place: and Mr. Now as Mr. Taylor Is good enough to being from 7/ilbs./ to ;2iXilbs. of sea trout
Tallahassee make the above offer let us suggest thatIt and channel bliss; whllo Mr. and Mrs.
or attend ,
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on Monday to a
State Republican convention. Over 300 -Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Hall. of Detroit -The house-boat Rochester and the : Willis W. Russell, of Cincinnati were. would be an act of philanthropy for Chas.. lirlsson hold tho record for fresh
this
Last
visitors to
who are domiciled at the Ponce de sloop Yankee Doodle recent city season the lots the water fishing each catching from :23 to
lelegates left; Jacksonville for Tallahaa-I are to-day lyingoff I Mr. Charles H. Walton was. the owners of surrounding ,
a frequent
see on Monday night 250 of Leon for the month pf March have a Titusville, ready to be chartered.To band stand, to donate them to the town U > block bass.Rockledge .
visitor this during the but
to city seaman,
large circle of acquaintances In St. Augustine and visitor
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of Titusville for the use of our residents a charming spot
legroes. of
since then has become solo
them several Yale classmates. proprietor
among to to the East Coast should certainly
Brown *
and visitors. Mayor seems
-Mrs. M. E. Salter. Mrs. S. H. Thorn- His married daughter, Mrs. the People of Tltuavllle. the ADVOCATK, which fact has considerably : have the welfare of the town at heart sped. few day there.
w and Miss May; P. Thomas of New Scott, of New York and Miss Hall two limited his. time for plttiwuru' In and probably he will come forward In a

York, have been spending the week at bright, vivacious young women, are of When you need anything fa the way ofgent. the gay re.nrt.- The trouble In not that magqanlmous spirit and I "set the ball,
I'alm Beach. Mrs. Salter is the mother the party who while at Palm Beach, .' furnishing goods, }ladles and chil- our time. Is more limited than heretofore rolling" by being the first to donate a To Taxpayer of Tltunvllle.
of Mr. J. C. Salter that popular and were guests of the Inn and speak In dren's wearing apparel shoes,dry goods, IJro. Varty but places. of amusementare lot for a town park -
affable young man who holds the responsible highest praise of Mr. Fred Sterry, the notions eto., give Julius Kline a call In getting no numerous slung this coast On Monday evening at seven o'clock, The tax. hook of the Town of Titus-
position of secretary to Mr. H. :\1. popular manager.-Tatler. his fine big store on Washington-avenue. that we cannot accept all the short.invitations We the band will give; some fine selectionsof yule will be open for the payment of '
too
we get-the season being theassessments
lagler. in He will save Mr. Kllae has music the stand kind of I taxes on Tuesday, FebruarJ'&th'
-Engineer H. L. Denny was townon you money. It on new -a
like St. Augustine and hope to e"el'1t.hlng
I Is
pay mode and)
also fine line of hand. Mail will also be are
-Quite a number of our down-river Monday and Informed us.he was on a Jewelry on visit dedication concert. There a
ere long. the
another of
readiness. for the collection same
l>eoplep, id Tttusvllle a vh.it this week, a trip down Indian River for the purposeof orders promptly.attended to. big bonfire and oyster bake. This will
among them being-T. E. Richards, of repairing all kinds of launch and Mr. J. G, But, of Samo, and hl. be followed by Ice-cream, cake oyster L. T. Coonur Collector:

Won: ; J. j. White Rockledge; W. H.sharpe. other marine engines. He Is also goingon Palm Cottage KockledfrBv faithful attendant, F. W. Fatae, while and coffee a* well a* plenty of muslo by +
traveling northward by carriage, with the band In the House. Admission .
Sharpes; R. D. Hoke Jensen; to Lake Worth and Blscayne Bay Opera
John Houston Eau Gallic; Jno. II. and and will run his launch between Miami the endeavor to recover from au extended free. "
M. S. Sams, and W. R. Sanders, Coo rte and Lemon City. Engineer Denny Is Boarding $1.30: per day. Special rates siege of Insomnia ,will Introduce the Everybody: fn town and country I cordially Where to Get the "Advocate.

"ay; A. L. Hatch, City Point; R. A. said to be a first-class hand at repairing by the week or month.. Excellent!: cois-. latest and beat talking maelitno. -the Invited to be-" present. -. J.B. Screven
the ADVOCATE Ine. F.SBJTD WslaauLNaG' Graphopbone-along his route. lieexpects Titusville Dr. ,
Uardee, Sebastian: John Henry Mel engines of all kinds so : : 'I. .
Mrs. Emma Eaton.
bourne Beach; E. W. Hall and :Miss Sallie readers would do well to look out for his : to arrive in bt. Augastfa I la Decker
FOB SALE a bargain-on* Bros.
hisheadqunrter. square West Palm Beach Anthony
bone n week where be will make
Hall, Sharpes; J. F. Wooten, Cocoa: .Arrival. : to J. D. Crabb Cocoa for pare ,for some time at Sir tot Brothers piano. Address, "U led.NMI Palm Beach, Royal Polnclana,

Parties wishing mechanical work old N. C. Corn Whiskey t3.23.per gal. George street. A sample machine en hill" Carpenter St., Brunswick, .t .. Palm Beach Inn,
America' FavoritealeFeigemspan's wit] dp well by calling on Dr. Dodson, N. K. mm same price. exhibition here attracted much attention. Oa. Ormond, Hotel Ormond.'

West Palm Beach; and trying his ones' 1I.I.I far ahead of the old time The INDIAN RIVEB: ADVOCATB will be o

Newark (X. J.) India celled plate They are way ahead of Four Yean Old.Feigenspn'i pbsaogr.ph, and the price Is so low a. Orange Wine for Bale oa sal. at the above newsagent stand
aJe.. anything yet out-stick to any kind of a ttr be within the reach of anyone la every Friday Saturday morning price
month. M. D. L. DODSOJT. ordinary circumstance. Mr. Bat hMi to -. two and flve-fallon demijohns Sot, per copy.
Newark (N. J.) India .i and. many friend during kin)Nay oafedlaa toa-faloa keg and barrels; also In two-
Wanted. pale ale la bottle and shall be to doses and -.dozen case -
Bhlpman Engine For Sale Mule River, w. glad pint quart
welcome him her.again Price M.OO, "'SO and $3.8O hi tfeml- Send to the ADVOCATK .office and

With boiler burning cod oil; two- A medium-sized or small mule not Remember I.. John; $1.79, Ink***j '1.00la barrel; get free Information respecting the new
hors engine. Can be seen withY over ten years of age and souBd. Please Fine Watches t o per two dews pints, .N on. doseD waterworks system for house, farms..
Pk J. K. Herbert Daytona; price $75. state price. When writing address Anthony ,Bros. carry a full line of: qnartv. lo casesvAddrev eto. No overhead tank used. This I issaid
Apply' to H. J. Turin, THOS. DArmnr, Jewelry, musical merchandise and opt i 'Clocks-.and jewelry repaired by An' Tax*. D.. rriBi: *. to be a fine Invention. Circular
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I I ': g INDIANA;RIVER J ADVOCATE, MARCH. 6. 1896. '
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: M adjacent Work the East Coast Line ANTEDSeveral: trustworthy gentlemen -
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"HOCIKTIKS.' ETC. Canon, and the agricultural country or ladles to travel In Florida for L,

\1,', :. la much more limited. The Indian Below Fort Laudenlale. established, reliable house. Salary $780 l I

River country is not one fourth as and expenses. Steady position. En-
:r and
Free great In extent a& the Arkansas ValleyIn The extension of the Florida East close reference and self-addressed,
i
f ,/ i Accepted Masons ((1 Colorado) anti her possibility for the Coast Railway from Fort Lauderdale to stamped Company, envelope.third tloor,The Omaha Dominion Building .

.: future is not half BO promising. Her Miami is being finished as rapidly as Chicago, 111.Genuine.

productions are limited! to the luxuriesof possible, and In all probability the line .

I life-oranges, lemons, pineapples, oysters will be turned over to the company this

: Indian TltUHVlll find fish; ours are not limited. We month, when trains will run all the way Bargains

". River Fla. furnish the necessaries of life-meat I through from Jacksonville. The convicts '"
No. DO /
.. Lodge, 'I '
I 4 and cereals; luxuries the shape of the who are employed as laborers,, IN HEAL ESTATE.No. :

Hello Its tnnotlnitH the second and fourth Friday most luscious fruits; Iron and the baser occupy camps alongside the trac'fo i 4 Jr

I of oonh. month at the Court house'1'Itun- metals In abundance,'WIt1I"coal right at visit these camps In interesting. The C

l villa, at 8:00: p. m. our door for fuel; and last and most precious convicts are chained securely inside the : 1. Twelve acres of hammock
j a Il. 11. Wilson, Worshipful Master about300 feet -
. A. T. Feaster, Senior Warden. gold and silver with which to purclitiHo camps at night, with!. the exception of a land front at on Sharpen Indian lover postofflce, and; runs back to -r r F,

: loo. W. Scobie, Junior WaiUen. all the blowings of \life. few'"trustiea," who linger; In the immediate county road; has upon It a house of six /

Joseph Mendel, Secretary: "The' climate of eastern Florida, while vicinity. These men seem to be rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000; -

t J. M. Dixon, treasurer. somewhat warmer, is not so congenialas perfectly happy. They appear to have barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. has a
l ; It. F. Hall, Senior Deacon. trees in tine
of 600 largo bearing: ,
:. A. Cleveland, Senior Steward. ours. Then'wily with this great con- forgotten the dark deeds for which they grove condition before/ the freeze, and will soon

!' r Ohas. II. Walton Junior Steward. trast in our favor in the Indian River are undergoing punishment, and their! recover and bear good/: ciop. Remainder

I I" .;" ; c nun try" booming while the Arkansas singing can be heard for a long distance of land cleared, and Is of best quality for ,

I / 1.:, KNIGHTS OF 1'YTHIAB. valley is having no more than a steady Fort Lauderdale, the present terminus vegetable farm. Thin property was held h ;I

':," floinlnola I.rnlge No. 'M. hcilda ltd mentln n at growth ? Simply because they have one of the road is nearly 330: miles south of firm at $0.000 one year cash: will sell today de-
and $2,200: }
I ; the Court house l. the trot four Tburadayeven- for $3,800; $1,000
j.. I !' InK <>f each month, at 8 o'clock p.m. thing in much greater abundance than Jacksonville, the distance from Palm may remain on mortgage. This Is a a

s ; I). IL..l'RI'fCIIARI', J. T. RKYMOLDH, we have-enterprite. They advertite. Bench being 42 miles. The trains that most desirable place for a home, good

"..,... '. C. C. K. of R. & S. The railroads and the land owners, the arrived at Fort Lauderdale last week location, close to postofiice, school, SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES
!
church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood.The
} merchant and the farmer all lend their carried a large number of passengers; ,
I ;< INDIAN RIVER OUARD8. bare land alone Is almost worth the
"" : \r.; aid to make their country better known. among; them being many new settler price !asked. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville ahd New York
; Drill at the Armory, over county jail every
I I ,1 .' I'uettiluy evening In the month at 8 o'clock. Every package of fruit that leaves that and several. tourists. The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i

;, :. A.T. VKAHTKU" ,Captain.. has Indian River brand it. Lauderdale No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof *
I, section the on The passengers at Fort "Comanche" (new) "Algonquin "IroquoIs Mokes( "Seminole."
artesian well large -
"
I eight; rooms, portion ,
; ,,,'.",\\r#;. _-n-----____ Every little village has its system of board the steamer Delia for Biscayne, cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel property NorthBound.Steamers .

I, A'."..),,1 I." CHimCHKS.: advertising, and Its circulars: flood the which curries them the remainder of the at Sarno, near Eau Oallle. The land

i, r1 ,< 'I country. Every newspaper Is full of way to Discayne Bay by water, and'they alone is worth more than price we quote, From JACKSONVILLE FLA.,are( a\polnte,1\ to nail according), Sunday to tbe, Tuesdays tide. and Thnndm,
EPISCOPAL 2250. The owner refused $5,000)a year From CHARLESTON( 8. C., Mondays, Wednesdays and !
CHURCH.
'place for sale, and they are sold. In reach their objective points the same t
I ago. lie must sell without delay, and For hour of Hailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers
, Jtrvloen the 1st and 3rd Sunday in each this point of advertising Is where they afternoon. The trip Is by no mean has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,250
montb II and 7:30 cbo
at a. ra. : "p. in. Sunday> < South-Bound.
'", very Sunday! at :4341:: p. in. Evening prayer at have an advantage over us. An examination !. montononous. The winding New River, cash, balance may remain on mortgage. "
, 8 p. in. on WedneHduyH. Litany nurvluo. every Steamer are appointed to sail from Pier 20, Eattt River. New \'orlll,11t 3 p. m.. as folio...-
Friday at 10 a. of all the papers published In with the tropical 'foliage overhanging No. 3. One hundred and thirty-six For CHARLESTON, 8. C.. Mondays, Wednesday and Frlilan

m.UBV.. B. F. DIIOWM, Rector. Fremont county will not reveal two full the water, affords many attractions to and 85-100 acres of land..at New Itiver. For JACKBOllVILLE.I'LA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesday and FrldarClyde's ) ,

t columns of real estate advertisements. the traveler, while Cypress and Snake Three-quarters of a mile water front.
follows Lots 3 4 and
METHODIST: CHURCH.Rorvloen This Is the the ADVOCATE Is romantic Description as : ,
reason why : creeks extremely
are 8 of section 13, township 50, south of St Johns Rive Line.
fll'i' f at Tltimvllle every flrat second and a prosperous paper fast building up the range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the _
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third ttiiblmtli at It a. m. and 7 n. in.)
auhool at 10 o'clock a,m.every Su nday f EpworthLeague the Indian River country, while the Arkansas Concern. whole tract or less than $7.50 per acre; (DE BART LINE)
at 3 p. in. every Sunday. j Prayer meeting To Those Whom It May or we will take $10 per acre in forty
!Id 7 o'clix-k every Thurnduy night. The public area valley papers are no more than tracts. We believe a purchasercan Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate Landings on
{ + cordially Invited to attend our service local acre the St. Johns River.
newspapers. Since the commencement of the'new sell this land and double his
M.
F. C. FADS, I'antor.
I I 4t the ADVOCATE has sent out statements money as soon as steamers beginto The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers

I, 1 1 1'REHBYTKIUAN: CHURCH. IIOCKLKDOI3. year, to many subscribers and others December.run through We own the this canal land next our "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'lc De Bayy"

Service! every Sabbath. at 11 a. m.am17.30p.m. who are indebted to this firm. We trust selves, but need money to develop other Leave Jacksonville,Dally except Saturday at 3:30: p.m. Returning Leave Sanford Dally, except
Sunday. arlinul at 9:41: a. in., CI..... (Jarl nero The last week has been one of the Sunday a. m., Enterprise V:.30 a. in.
s o Bunt Prayer mmtlng on Wednesday evening that those who have not settled their enterprises, hence offer It at a price
at 7 130. The imbllo Invited severest known this season on the East which will Insure sale. this '
i : are cordially to attend accounts to the end of 1805 will do so early Buy SOUTH BOUNU SCHEDULE, NORTH liOn!>,
ervlc
k our* up land and double Read down Road .
Coast the wind from the money.
your up
I ocean sweeping -
I H. M. QOODKLL, Piwtor. as soon as possible, as we wish to close Leave 830 p. m. ..................... ...Jal'kHonvllle............. .... ........ Arrive :I.3I1a.m.
litj across the narrow strip of land between to that time and commence No.4. The north three-fourths of ::4B )I.m. .....................:\.....Palatka............ ................ Leave .
books p.
JHUTIST' CHURCH. It and the Indian and Halifax our up southeast quarter of section 7, and of .". 3.1111 a. m. ........... ............... A t..r.................. ........... .: N'I?:: : :
ll, 1806 anew. Singly, the amounts may lot 4 of section 8, In township 38, south 4:111: a. m. .........................8t. Francie.........,... .............. II '301'm'
Preaching every second and, fourth Sundays, rivers and coming Inland with a sharp 'J30 a. m. ..... ................... Here.ford..............,........... II 12.00 not
, tnnrnlnir and evening. ITayer Meetings every appear small, but In the aggregate they of range 41 east, containing/ 150> acres. II ,:IHI a. m...... .... ................]flue 84rings............... ....... .. 11.30 a. .
: Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday, Frosty brcnth that has chilled the tour- foot considerably. We cannot very This tract has a large frontage on the Arrive.. S36 a. m. .... ........... ...........f\anforrt .................. ..... ...?. :: e, a. :.
S HchiHil. every Hunilny at 9:40: a. m. AIM jireauh- sis from St. Augustine,,: to Biscayne Bay. up St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad 1I'2B a. Dl, .... .... .. .... ........ ....Enterllrlee.. ............ ...... .... 03ne.m.
I 1.FI, flrnt at Lnr> Hncoml bills If those who
I tug Sunday ranie| Monday, well meet our monthly
I Uak Ilill. All aro oordinilyfnvitedtoattend. And yet the trains are coming south Indebted to us do not pay promptly. crossing. Price $15 per acre. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St", Jacksonville.

+ B. A, QKIOKII, 1'antor. loaded with tourists, it may be escapingfrom are No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township

r t j! blizzards at the west and snow and Please remember this. 37,-south range 41 east, containing 77 J. A.LEBLIR,Supt.' JNO.L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M.IKONMONOBB,JB., Fla.Puss.All.

I t, CATHOLIC CHURCH.i' Ice at the north. The long expected Your attention Is particularly called acres. This tract has a quarter of a JACKSONVILLE FLA.

i'' ", Services at 10 a, tn. every Sunday In new visitors be to the name-and-date slip pasted upon mile front on the St. Lucie River at THEO., H. Eoolcn T. M., A.J COLIC, General Passenger Agent M. H.CL\'DE,A.T.31.
rush of winter to
Church seems Station. I'rlce. B BOWLING
building North 'rltll vllle. tlilldren'H or wrapper every week. One Stuart. per acre. GREEN NEW YORK.
oatecblHiu at 8 p. m. starting In, much to the delight of the your paper WM. 1>. CLYDE & CO., General Agent,
,. I UEV. J. F. O'llovtE. Rector. glance at It will\ tell you whether you No, 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, B (
Bowling hreenNew
York.
managers of the big hotels that have ,'? 8o. Delaware A,.,Philadelphia,
'i' ''I are Indebted to us or not. fronting on Biscayne Bay, at wanton
; I had a hard pull during the early part' of All those to whom this firm is Indebjed Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut

; : he; winter. I I. sending in their Grove. Price $ ,OOO. This price may --.----- .'---.- ,- ..-- --... ,. .
i by -
ii1 : will oblige -- -- -
Beyond Description high but if will to
Rocklodge used to be the greatest resort seem you try buy any
at for prompt payment,
statements once land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in good
down the Indian. River, and it was Southern ee
Intense Suffering With Muscular as I am'anxious to clear off any debt location, you will get your eyes opened
j : feared. that the opening of the Palm to Asked in that section. This -sa
i Rheumatism. connected with the ADVOCATE oilce, and as prices :
"I hereby certify that for seven years Iwaa loach hotels would prove disastrous to free from debts. tract is the only desirable parcel we :
Ij'1 t troubled with knee. I used her future prosperity. Hut such Is not commence the new year have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
i 4 I r my prescriptions CHAS. II. WALTON, The price asked, $5,000< will, yield us a -. Railway.
i .J.. ( and the case, as she now has throe fine hotels
i -c Proprietor.Before fair profit, and we are satisfied that
I "It. liniments but all that are doing a good business Manager nothing similar. can be had at. a much

t": to no purpoHO. Pock, of the ,Plaza hotel, wears a higher price. This tract will no doubtbe ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

+ Thetroublekept cheerful smile, and seems satisfied. that anything else for the sold within a few weeks.

i t.E 44 growing worse his season will close well. blood take you Simmons try Liver Regulator. It No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

1 It'r! .f' and the Joints It ought to, from the fact that nowhere In the best blood medicine because it Is close to the depot and post office at Mal- COMPARTMENT CARS DINING
, began to enlarge. the best liver remedy. If your liver la abar. Large house with upper and lower CARS,
(rlj'l In Florida there be found
: can
; My knee became a active and at work the blood will, be the veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In THOROUGHFARE COACHES. VESTIBULED TRAINS.
J almost stiff and more quiet, lovely, winter resort, with a best. Simmons Liver Regulator Is the fair repair/ beautiful river front, lawn

.(i 'I M, ; pained me so Ii broad, peaceful river, the mighty ocean best spring medicine. "I tell my friendsIf etc.) Most all the land Is cleared; 100 QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS NAMED.

1.[ +. i could not rest with its shining beach and rolling waves. they want to enjoy health and happiness large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples. ...

/ t 1 day and night. I Elegant winter residences and pretty they ought to take Simmons Liver This will make a nice home for anybody. NOKTH AND EAST NORTH AND WEST.
\ Mrs. R. W. Smith, 'McIntosh Good Price
r'Ll ,/ i had to use Regulator. neighborhood.! only 125000.
line the river bank to Cocoa
cottages! Bluff! Ala.
vtiOj CrutchesSir. No. 8. We otTer tract known as "As- NO. atShort: No. 36 No. IS
the nearest business town and itself
lnwall containing about 100 In V. .. Cln'tland :No.7
> acres
Ll [ ,
I. S, Kara tommtlo Bt *lme and of- quite a winter resort, with good shell retirement section 14, township 27 south, range 37 All Train. Dally LIDe Kant All Train Dally Florid
j j AI atromebmghNeb, tea it would seem ''LI Ilupg Chang, who Is living In Limited Mall. ru.Ltd. Eapra'
I roads and walks through groves of broad east. Beautiful, large front on peninsular -
as if I would have to have my leg amputated imbed oak and in Peking, Is rapidly failing In at mouth of Banana River. One .V.J aoboBTlJle. -
stately palmettoes. F. O. A P. 1} 00 am 6 ISO .
L. W! Ml
pm .TaolwonvlIlB
J I as the pain became almost unendurable health. of most prominent points and prettiest IT. v rat V.O. .P. ... 1W 8 14 "" F. O. A P. IX
pm
I' While tile the mainland pm ''f tt, Honthern .. .. 9
I suffered beyond description. Finally orange groves on coves on the river. Splendid site for -fsnaAh.f.O.AP... S ft)* pm U ao pm pfc ii m
v. umbl..eoutheru.... T 54 Ii. Bo\1thom ....
800
blasted the ?
freeze ?
few
hearing of Hood's I were by a winter residences. Very deep water At. pm am Atlanta, "
( I Sarsaparilla Quwlott*.flout h.rn.." 10 (0 am II ill am .. .....' fY
I concluded to try it. After I had taken trees escaped, one of which, In front of close to shore. The best bargain ever rtoqldonthern. 141 am IlfO pm II Chattanooga," am !28 an
i I one bottle I felt much better and after offered. Price $3,250.00, or about $17.50 IMmor. Pann.B.R.. 1116 am 11 20 pm C nnatlqjka:::::: 85 pm1U J..1!!.
((1 L t.&klng..vllral bottle can say I am well, the Plaza hotel, hangs full of red ripe pOMAR &: THOMAS, $' per acre. Was held at $10,000 two years ...w ila4 Tark.PennTB.B.lphl Pe""p.RR.. 8 1 SO 86 pm IS"" .. o p1 i>*( ( i; h M pm :H. '
H.oese0tr
; ranges. But over the river, on Merritt'sIsland pm 1.LT. 8 10 pm _
I Knee Has Been -
My Cured
ago. '
1 the visitor are treated to the 1(.. ld .. Jacksonville, Plant 8. .......... reThrough
t !" i and that I can walk and go around well NOTK::-The above descriptions will th. "JLmmd of th. Bhy. Dall,.. ( Bou &eJ'1i........ ..........
one of I 63 old sight of bearing groves, from Which they enable customers to locate the Ar. =. .. .......... I aN' .
as m Plumbers.
I any my age. years Tinners and several '. a ............ a .
pm" r'' .
Atlanta
fg . .. .. .. 1.ambtm
1" j .' I and work my farm and my ability to dow can pick the golden fruit This Is a properties very closely by examiningone ........... w pm -" .+
\ I attribute tk. : ;;Ioutl.na.! } ............. 4 00 am Ar.AT. .." ........ 10 pa
to
benoflclal affects ofHood's good advertisement for Florida, and also of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com- 8IttanooaQ: '
I. .. .............. $41 am .. a.t. .. .. ... .; 1 am
Sanaparllla. I advise all who are shows that on the East Coast as well as any's railroad maps, but we will be r. ..t I.. ............ .. 100 ..
ruting ..
pm ...
Southern' ...
,4 I afflicted with rheumatism in any form to Galvanized Iron Gutteringand pleased to send special map on a large .. .............. 9 48 II am, II'1irii ...
pm ...
I .
take Hood's Sarsaparilla." EZRA BBM- on the West Coast, there are protected II II .. ....... 810 'I v dyrl cs >;C all. III .
smart Stromsburgn, Nebraska. scale, on application, to parties who Ar.C1DaInII.aQ, Q. a. 0.. ."....". ..... T 18 pm am .....St.LouwlJ&iro8h... ... ... u.. 00 aim. :,.........
I places where orange culture can be mean business and intend to buy, If they .. I:. .. .;. .. ... ..:." .. .....

:: Hood's Sarsaparilla carried on without the fear of disaster Tanks a Specialty. r\ can find such a bargain. they want. p. m.,Short':10 p.tr 3T"Through.e Events PuUmaD fov Brtua8w1ollr Bleeper..r"'UonvtUe, 6:2811: m.. f to::211 CIncinnati L m.. 10:110.'Ita.Aai. 1n evtna: 110 m.,,S

from freeze
I a severe BOBBINS ABRAHAM Co. For full
information
t yy Estimates given on work, and apply to any Agent of this great Railway

Is the Only Solicited. TltusTlllo, Fla. System, or: its connections.
; Correspondence
Tobacco Seed to be Given AwayWe
W. A.TTTRI, W.K. GREEN
J.
K. GULP
.1 True Blood Purifier POMAR & THOMAS -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine GeII. Pan AgsaG.n.. Smpsr7atendmt Tra1Iio S, H. HABDWIOL
,
.
Manager. ...... QeD. Pua. Art.
Washington, D.
a
I still have on hand some tobacco Florida. To. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $lb WMhhi ton, D. 0. WaohIactoD.o. o. Atl.nte.0
!t 1 ft Prominently in the public eye today.Hood's ritusvllle. Tltuavllle, Fla. W: D. ALLEN:
seed to give away to any of our subscribers ,
.,I'i! 1 .....UU..III ,...-.- 1'I0rida Pa.een..r A....
who will call the ADVOCATE
'' PillsFLORIDA -.".....118 .... at ---- 213 Wrt 8&7 Street J'ACESONVILLll
.. W..I.I'J' yd 18M. ,J'Lf
office send
or a stamped-addressd envelope
t't, ,: _
to pay postage upon same. }t I.I A Boon to Florida I \

: VS. COLORADO. of finest quality-Vuelt Abajo and :==

Sumatra seed. State which kind of seed WE

,J A Few .Compliments; for the you require. -

"Advocate." We also have pamphlet. on tobacco Water Works (for Your Homes DELIVERA i :t;

culture to give away to any caller at this ,
i The last inane of that bright and well-

edited paper, Canon City Record, published office.Applicants will please state acreage to Etc under your own Control Piano or Organ

i In Colorado, says: be planted In tobacco, so that we may ,

"One of the very brightest weekly paper know how much seed to send them. \.T YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD

i that we have recently welcomed to to after a trlallu your owo STATION, with com plate outfit, subject
house.
our exchange list is the INDIAN KIVEH Hovr'n This? YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO h our moghly terms are uUefied eo Our price I are as low as No any house In the tTnlted until States you aDd are
reasonable
ADVOCATE, edited and published by Its t anyone can purchase and for fDltrument.
pay an
owner, Charles II. Walton, at Titus.yule, for_ We any offer cwee one of hundred catarrh that dollars cannot reward be THE REST.: The The Celebrated Renowned CONOVER. ',i

Fla. It in a slx-colum quarto. cured by Hall' Catarrh Cure. The Beautiful FISCHER 1PIANOS' .

"Some years ago It was. the wrlter'lprhUege I, F. J. CHENEY A Co., Toledo, O. Used with open and driven wells, And SCHUBERT.ij

'1 to be acquainted with the We, the undersigned, have known F, springs and lakes. A few minutes workat KINGSBURY.ORGANS. .
J. for the last 16 and be- calionStare Aeollon
Cheney years, Farrand &
.. country about Titusvllle and along the lIe'18 him perfectly honorable In all busies an air pump deliver the water allover r Votey CHICAGO COTTAGE

Indian River. It Is, undoubtedly, a very transaction and financially able to
house with No cost
a wonderful country; and although we carry out any obligation made by. their your pressure. ? and small Instruments, Music and Books Write will save yea
money us we
,. have not the slightest-acquaintance with firm. to operate. No windmill or overhead

any of the ADVOCATE force, we do know Vest & Faux, wholesale druggists, Toledo tank. Simple and durable. r THo' .A. 'B.
<< O. Campbell ,
1 that'next to the 'mild climate nothing Walding. KInnan & Martin, wholesale Write or apply for' particular to the BUCHCtVS t Oo.,

6, { ha done more towards bufding'up the druggist, Toledo, O. ADVOCATE,-or toDuring tmaaade guts.Water. W.rk* JACKSONVILLE ... ,
Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally r J1LORID
Indian River country and eastern coastof Per e _
I Florida than the INDIAN' RIVER AD acting directly upon the blood and mucous Puslow & Co. dthrrKDi 1 '
surface of the the system. Price 7' : -
Parslow Co. <
VOCATE. bottle. Sold all ; During, i! ,: Send
So. by druggists.'estlmoniaU
the
per > .. PrinS-
.It.LOWI"
TAMPA, FLA. A. H. t] ADVOCATE
"TltusvlUe la less than half a large as free. .V..... PUU ; <;;' your Job







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ftnat I professional.. RoBB WALTER Cards.s. GKAILA.M. Tobacco-Culture Florida East: Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West


BOBBINS A; GRAHAM, BONAVKXTURE, FLA.,.Fob. 26, '00.

Editor dduucgteSelect! TilE 4
: FOUMKRLY

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, a spot of light; loom for seedod. ;
Jacksonville, St Augustine and Indian River Railway. Coast Hotels
> Before the land is broken burn
if ice: IIouus :From 10 to 12 a. m., a
and 2 to 4 p. m. "i. Rood hot brush heap. This kills all Tliuo Table lu Effect Ff>b. lAlli. 1HIMU ,
| weed and grass.seeds, and also furnishes

|O.TITUSVILLE Knx,108. Erevan Co., Florlclt.: a beat goodly: supply of ashen,, which Is the South Bound.8TATIOX9. North Bound.81ATIOXS. :- OWNED JY THE PLANT SYSTEli.i.

fertilizer that can be used for the
ill practice in all oourte-atate and fed plant. The ground should be broken No.Z3 No. :So. loio \o. .'o. : .. .
31. 35 37 7* 111. ';0.3: 11II
Special facilities for examining: and and thoroughly raked also rendered .
perfect- ; I' -- -
Jacksonville... 8 lli.011(1 a :1001': | a44pp Lv I'lui llwu-h lnn'ln"25a 700dh :.
land title moist before planting. Sow seed in Ar St. Augustine 810 a 11 oo a a 1111' I 45 p Lv nO IIoII.ohll'h..1I1, :e., 7I0/ a u, .
drills[ four Inches apart; cover very Lv Bt Aiiitimtlne 915 a 11 in a< . . .. ... Lv W l-alm Beach It)..>.a 1111 a In ;
& KEHTNAKD hallow do not allow the to by Hasting" . .... '. .....1144 a Klvtxra. . .. .... 1:13alll: .....
/rLLEI ; ground L"toa"tr..latk..IIIlOa( 12:. ..... ..,.... .Lv W. Jiiiiltvr .. .. .. ... 1M.In .
get dry nor flood the ground until the .' .Lv Holm Sound... .. ,
II ne a III ,
Ar Palatkavl'alHtka::::7.7. in \I> a92A 1'12110 .- :::::::: :
ArvOHITECTS.: : plants are ready to transplant. The Lv AlalaLvStuan. tl :7 m .
ecd-bed should also be shaded until the a 11 3ft p ::.:.:: ::.:: ::: 848 : to.: .... :::: 4
f business will have Ae Mateo I20: 1 1A t p . .. LrJensen.. . 811I1 a III. .
East Coast prompt plants are several days old. When the Lv San .Matuo .. 830 a J *L* .. Lv Kilen ....:. ; .., 1111II q III ..
Itentlon.I plants are old enough to transplant prepare r.v Ormonl.i :::::::: iTiTTII I"IIIP-: ::: .. ... Lv Fort 1.luree.... : ::: 11311. In' Stem 4J
rows 18 inches upitrt. For fine tobACCO Lv laytons.' ... .... 20 a 1 42 p f 1I. . ... . .. Lv Sf l.ualn..9.0. 0 a 1n J
I TAMPA FLOIUDA.flNOU ) l.v l"ort (>ruiie. ... .. 11121' .. .. . !.v : a in
do not fertilize too highly; transplant I.v New Snn rua.. .. 1144 a 2 HI |I' .. ?. .. ..MollHiuriie. ., .. 14ep I 1189 q III ..... .
10 to 14 inches apart. When the >vl>Hk Hill .... .. 2S7 p ......1.. .. l.vBunm .... ,., .... 11114.; ,III, ......
plAnt starts to run It should be LvTltu..lI1e..12l4p) ; 3 111 p ? ... . .. ..Lv Kim Uallle.' .. 1 1/Il1.1I4.1"/ : ,ii .._.. .
S. JOKES up I.vl'ltvl'ulnt. .. .350 p .. ... . rlhwklotlgehtlu, 231.12:10! : ,p In.. ... .... \
/ topped except when seed 1 U wanted. Its f.v Coooii.. .... .... ..... 85 p .... ..... .. Lv 'won, ..... . ... 12.u I' III .. ..
necessary: to break ott the suckers ev- 1.v RocklQilin.. htl 12p 412 I' ... ?. .. ...../Lv ( Ity Point .. 121.1: I' In.. .. .... ..
ATTORNEYATLAW.ITUSVILrE. uy ten d.iyw.: When large yellow Lv Kan spotsappear Sumo, ..... ... .454 |> ...... .. .. Lv Oak 1I11t... .... ., .. .. ,11 I' In., ..... .
BREVARD CO., FLA | on the leaves tliu tobacco ready I.v Mollinurae. ... 202 p'R 501 p .. .... ..... .. I.v ,Nuw nm)'nre.. 4 1 Op :.1:411: I' Iii
fur curing Lv -tllllllHl Illll ... .... .11..21'| ? e:. .. ... .I.vl..rttlm"jro.> .. 2411'; . .-
Judge of Brevard J. II. PARKER, I.v St I.ucle ,'. .. 631 p .. .... .... .... l.v liitona, . 4 271' :..I1:1/: I' 11\ . .
County County. I.v .'ort1.hn..o. ... .... 110&:1": .. .... .. .. LvOrmoiid.. ... .. :M'I'' 31 11' I\a .... .
---- .-- Lv Eden .. ........ 7121' ....... .. ....I.vE'.tl..kll... .. 11/11'1'/ 4 ::101.1 ..1... ill
Lv.Ienxmt.... .... .... .... 717 p .. .... .. ...... .ArHnn- /M..te ,-;::: "7 nap "7011 p u .. -
L. OACLDKN J. T. SANDKIW I.v Stuart ...... 1 211..p .. .... .. ...... Lv San Mateo. .... :S lip 3 1I1t1 m .. .;..I.: .
.EHEARSED JULtET IN A CEMETERY. LvAllila .. .. . 7 ::1111' .. .... .. ....... -- h
Notary. INII"h.. ."nll .. .. .... M INI p ... .. .. Arl'alatkaeIHI. ., I' -4 /51"it'.., Tampa Hay Hotel Tampa Florida
LDEtf &; SANDEHS.ATTORNEYSATLA, Anderson's Sarrlflct-s and Hard Work t.v W. .Jiiiiltur .... 8 ll: p .... .. .... LvPulnrka,.,. _,. ..!I rl.4 01111 tom, ; ,
Mary LvRiviera .. .. .. ..4' p .. ...... .I.vll..tI"r",. .. 441\1'111 ,
For a> Stage;; : Carver.Returning ; iv W 1-iilm Bench. on i> (111I'1' ...... .. .,... Ar St. \'III.tI..e. 1131111: 11:111": 111'' ... ... . The Seminole Hotel Winter Park] Fla.
W. to Louisville from Ke\v I.v Koynl' l'olun'iut R in p RlKkp .. .... ..,. Lv St. AiitfiiKllno. 11:10 P III 111(1.,113" aArPbn ,
Will practice In all the Courts of the State "Bench Inn 111111' itnoy .. .... ..... ArJneksenvllle..1. 840pin'! .. II I ilia I.IIII': :!

[ Florida and the United States Courts. York city, study learned wall from begun Mr.on Vanden-a new Trains: and 37 between Juc |P.O. Box 238. TITUSVILLK FLA. iluu.' I had ilallv.' JacksourdadaUv. "

Honey to Loan. 18 bolt [who gave her a few lessons in elo- Tmlllll23 .and 35 ilully except Sunday. Trains 32, 311 "..iI14 dully xrnpt Suniluy. __ _.__ h. H' ____, __. _ _
cntioa and acting] to turn my den into Bunitav.Train 3.t. south of St. Aun|; tlno, dally except Sunday.Train TS, ""lItI) of St. AiiKimtlne, dolly except

a stage. Imagining one of the walls the Train; SI oonslst of Pullman Palace Cars only.TrahkXi. Train M consists of llillman Palace Can only.

rOYVELL TITUS, nnditorinm, it needed bat a step farther NASSAU LIMITEU, between Ja ksonviUe Train 74. NASSAU LIMITED, between Palm The Florida Central & peninsular RailroadShort
and lalm Boaoh. Beach and St. Augustine
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. to; crowd the house with an enthusiastic

public, and a small audience. was never PALM BEACH AND PORT LAUDERDALE. A. W. BRANCH
I Practice In State and Federal courts. Land
'seen in that theater. Chairs were made Line between Florida and nil Northern Point
No. t STATIONS NoH NORTH BOUNDTtaa .
ollOlt for Board
|tles. a .p ,. .Attorney of anda I
the different characters
and Solicitor. to; represent Lv Palm Reach Inn ...... fir Mp i
unty Com I'&on.n.! County abandon to ? STATIONS. No 2 No No Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.\
bustof- Slytakeepeare-the 1111110.. Royal Polnolana .......... Lv :JBp
I. O. BOX 84., TITUSTILLE FLA. mind the finest Jof all though oaorInnately t96a .1., West Palm.......'h... ......... S I5p Ar New Smyrna i :ii.ii1tiii I .
my 740a..Lantana. ,....... ......... ... OOBftMp .. r..akeHe UtnnaSHa 1 top Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington Baltimore -
not a* authentic. the Strat-' 742aT56a .. Uypoluxo. ...... ............ :: Orange(' 11 : lt ::::::
ford-was placed at a proper height and ? Lluten... ............... .... liMp.. U. City Junn a8aa10010|> .. Philadelphia. New York, Boston and the East
Freeman Hall Silas B. Wright.. Rioa Boca Raton .. ............ 6901 .
Attorney-nt-Law DeLand Fla converted into the "leading Juvenile. 8 III a ., Hlllsboro. ,,....,...........:: 821D I/OVTHBOUND.' Everett Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville Cincinnati
Clifford Claude Colonna were the 8rr: a..l'rograasn.. ......... ..... 'o soap *'
[ALL & WRIGHT, 8.a Ar Fort Lau..rdllole.........? .. S.p 8TATION& Nol No.1 No. NoL" and Chicago. '

parts aatflgued to it, but as Romeo I New IiIn.na rr- --ii\\ii ::::::. Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock, Kansas City, St

INSURANCE AGENTS Imagined it looked least stony. Sis Lake H.leD '123n' 8431& ...,, ..?.. Louis, Chicago Sioux City. *

months of solitary work was now be- Lv 0.\18 City. Ii toI" Ill1'ia ..,... ., ..... Pensaoola Mobile New Orleans Mexico Californiaand
Tltusville\ Florida. of which I Ar O. City .Iuno. Ii RIp a15a. .. ..... River Junction Texas ,
gun. Dancing and music the Pacific Coast, effective Feb. 2:1, 18U4I.New .
Representing the' "Old Hartford" was passionately. fond were renouncedand Trains 23 and 74, Nassau. Limited, make uo stops excepting those Indicated by time flirure

Iverpool & London & Globe and all the my girlhood friends and companions Tl ese Time Table shnws the time. at which trains may be expected to arrive and depart. from New York Llmlt..1 No, 811I. leave at Angus.thie -
the set er il stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated la not guaranteed nor doe. \Jlln: a. 11I.1 I L41..v. J..okllmvtllo II oea
loading companies. Are prepared to The exaggeration of youthled m.. dally with ThrollKh .'"IIIII"n Sleepers for
given up. the Co up) my hold Itself resionslble for any delay or any consequences. arising thernforra.
rite lines up to $:.!oOJO,) in any part of to believe that complete concentration RouteAsheville Everett, ttikvannah. (Columbia Washington llnl-
me J. R. IROTT. JOSEPH RICHARDSON tlmore, riillndelphln. New York, llostun and, all
revard county. on the one subject alone would ire-. ....Id..nt. Oen'l I'auencor Ar nt. Eastern: HiliiU. An Jacksonville SiiOi.in.t. : .

lead to raoeesa. The labor was particularly Augustine Ti4fl I', 111.N..w .

DISOA1."NIt: BAY DADE COUNTY. I did in the York Mali.nd KxproH No.IIR. Inn ISJuukMinvllls
hard working as TO 8 :lift a. m. dally.. (onnnmitlon leave i
T w. EWAN; dark having no one to consult and no Ht. AiiKiiitlne T a. and for same northern point.

| U. S. COMMISSIONER. experience to guide me. I longed for The Tropical Trunk Line (:i INCIINNA'rI Fernandlnaltrun.wlokanJDarien. t

Notary Public State at Large help which never came except from Only Line Through the Heaiitlrnl Hill
mother who was as ignorant as I of Cniiniry: of Middle Florid, I'rnniwoU.
my ___ E.eambla H. ..ave JII"k..nvllle 11:41a.. m. J
Lands Selected made.
; Conveyances the rules of dramatic art. Still we Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. .... fur Ijiku (ity .ive\ flak MaillMin, 1tollth'8I1n.1'1Io1l..lu.,0'lltver ,
Correspondence solicited. Address: worked on incessantly I producing effects Junction, I'Hnimrolu, Mobile, vNew
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove Orleans, and the southwest Mexico Call-
Office Ewan's Landing. she criticising them to the beat of JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver. f"rnla.,1, the Paclno' t'oast. Carries Hleepera.Arrive .

her ability. *Jncksonvtlla' 7 1'141.. in.

Often in the middle of the night I ROUTH NItta : j
Time Table In Effect ,
Jan 8. 90 Hot
1nnve.Jwksnnvllle1)45a.m.totStark.lfawthorn
GEORGE W. ALLEN, would awaken her to show some new No. I ,'t6'No. 21. No.23 NO. 311. No. 124.: Springs Silver S .ringkala, lainimvMe. Cedar-

her :::--:711I::: : 110 oop .s90u: .v.IAC point. Indeed I owe more to con- ........ ........ l138p 859a ..,...,.. ,Orange 1'lIork. .... .. .... 71C1am! m\o\. . ..... Knoxville Orlando. LmiiHM'luw, Dade City, Ilant Apmika City .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW; stant and loving interest and encouragement .... ... 849p II 011 a ., ..,...... ..,.. .1'.rla. .......... .. 'OMallt 231 I' .... .. .. and Tunipu Arrive Jack.onvllle24rp.m., :
to To ........ II 32a I1ll1p 9211a ,", .. ....Mnll.'noUa......... ...... 844111010 t13plD 483pnt1138a
I
than can ever hope repay. .. 9113110. ....Or08n Uove .... ...
.. 0231' III.rlng. 830111001 2"II.m 480pnt1001p FIiirhnltsl.:; : :
Key West, Florida. get the hollow tones of Juliet's voice in ........ .. .. 9/11I110/ .,. .. .... .I'o.twlclt. ..... ...... ll1a1ll 140pm MAGNIFICENT SCENEKY.THUOUGII ,OnitlnmUl leave. Jnrksonvllle7iHlti. -
realize heroina'ifeelings ........ Itma: 103111' II1ma.: .... .... ....Iatka........ .... ... 1IlfIam: IlIlpm: 410pUt1114p : in. Hullil' Vestibule Train.,. Timea
Will practice In the United States the tomb and better my .. .... .. .. f04tut..., ....Srauma.t ..... .. 411Clam IJswpm: ?........ SLEEPERS little over :25 hours to (Cliiniiinatl vi Mamm,
on awakening in her "nest of) ., ........ ll111p 1100 ... .. .., .Pomomna. .. ... ........ 4441110111 1J(7pmIi ....... Atlnllt".l'b..U..nttllltlIo i'onnuuts, for Nehvilleleulavlla anti
and State Courts. Ojun05JOHN and unnatural sleep ..... ... .. .. 41a II IOn' ..... .CrelleelltCltyJtlnetlun. ... ..... 423atn 1.1311"10: .... ., ., ('bleuppo and all points north
.
death contagion .. ,.... 119112Ma: 118.'Ia.. .............Me"lIIe.... .... .... ... 4111I110111 llll1p: ," 81111.01 Jacksonville\ to Cincinnati. Wont Arrive JiMiKsonvUle, 8Aoa.: u)
I frequently walked to Cave Bill Louis ........ ........120141110 1.111I1": .. .,.. ...DeLeoll IiII'rlnKs... .... ... 8 H sin 1147 a rat ..... .. Holly Springs .onto. Ht. T. ntls, Kansas City,
ville'sbeantifnl cemetery there to speak ........ .. .. 1.1..1110: 121:11' ... ......... IHenwo'HI ......... .... 8I0anu 1141. .. .. Leave Jacksonville 0:60: p. m. (,Chla"g l.....ve .lucknonville 7IX: > p. in. via i
ASPINWALL ?.. IMp 12010 Il1l11p .... ...... ..ilereetord... ..., ...... o8arn 1I11O.m 14111.m Mutton, Atlanta, lllrninghun, Holly Springs, ,
her lines through the grilled door of a .. ...... tOllp..124/1pArl' ..DeLand .,........ ( I.v .. .... Memphl., Springfield Kansas City, St. Louis t'lilimgo. Shun City. Through Hlneimrs without, J(
vault. Had a thorough schooling in the ........ .: .. .. "" ( Ar. .... .. 1147ain 455pint224p. to Kansas City and Bt. Lout/ and only one change to Chicago and Sioux' City. Arrive :
........ ....e..t22Mp .... ..... .....Enterprl.. ........ ...... ... tsanamt2mpin: Jacksonville change B:30: a. mk40P.MrLocalforTallahaueeanti, \
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. art been possible, instead of these ran- ........ t44 p... ... t 4p: ....O.n... ........ .. .. ... .... 801111001 14.'pm : lnarnredlaa1adnts. Arrive Jarksonvllle; ;) p.m.
dom and unguided efforts, my work ........ 340p ....... 8401.. r.. ... ..... ...Mlm.... ... .. .. .... .... .... 8411a.n 1.I441pm: SifR P. M-Vor'ampa and Intermediate "" ''' Arrive Jauksunvlllen.5)aiu.(
........ 8451 .. 341\p ..... ... .. ... ... : ..... 8a11am 1.IlIIIpm: For MaeonAtlanatwoTreln.Uatly. I.eeaveJaokmnville rfii) .. nt. and T ;(11I I..m.
would have been halved and its results .......13110 P ....... 1311I11', Ar ........TIr1ISVlLLE........ Lv.. ., .113010111 tlfinpmt :. : Pullman all Night Trains.
EAU OALLIE FLORIDA. doubled.-Mary Anderson De Navarro ........ 323p .j...... 31131' ..... ........... .......1.............. .. .. ...... ;, ,. 7'III.101l4Iam' Sleepers on
........ snip .. ...... 887p ... .... ...... .Mor..nto................ ? ... ,... 8011.m 1113am: ar Bend for Beat Indexed Township Map of Florida... to .
in Ladies' Home JournaL ....... tll p .. tllp .:...........Mt. Dora........ ..... ...... ..... 11411.111 11011001
........ .20 .142OpAr..Tavares) .......... ..LY.. .. .. aauamtlenoan, N. S. PENNINQTON, A. O. MAcDONELL,
77 W. CRAVEN, ........ 938pr.918s: 115pAr......... .. ............. 1055am l'lftpm
.. BMW h* Flew* ." ..... 3111 P 818 a 1000p .... .,...Altarnonte S. rings.......,.. 1111 a m 1018 a 111 Imp In Traffic Manager General, Passenger Ag't. .
DENTIST, The man with his coat collar turnedup ........ 132 a ...Wlntert .rk............. 100"am 10011..0 1IIII:1pm:
his ........ .asp 445a 2SOp.........,...Orlando..... ....... 12/1Oam/ OM.m 1.1""I.n.: -. -.---- -" -..
TITUSVILLK and his bat polled down over ........ tOIl P 429a 80'1p .... ..........Xl..mmee.......... .... 1204. 9211am 12 "J> 111
FLORIDA. eyes who was slouching along in the .I.,.... 740 P10.\ a lOOp Ar..Dartow ...........r.v IlOOpm.7..m ;. m o :a: S :33 :3L: TT HX/cC cSc CO.URALKKS
... tie 44) 116 P III 40p Ar..1'una 0orda.... ...i.v .. T 011110 In .
Office east side Hutchinson avenue near shadow of the buildings, suddenly beckoned ,.t. .'eelTpee0oae8mpAr. ........ ..... Taml.a. .,.. ..... ... .1." 95Sim 7dlam 1010amI
to the man on the other' side of the :I;... .;. 932p 520a ShOp..Tam: Bay Hotel... .... .. 115pin/ SWipin! 1000110 IN -
Indian River Hotel. ...... 11M. 8l1Op Ar. ........ ron Tampa...., ..... .' 30 P m SlOsm ".
IItreet. .... ....MinindThur. 9311p Ly..PORTamp......... .Ar ...... ...ThIlI'1l.. and Fun.. pjn.e Z7Vi.n.ell! ''an.CI. Liduore: "
"Here's a graft Bill". he said when ?...... Tue. Friday. 8 OI'p Ar....,. .,...,K..,. We.t........., .Lv 9:1f) P 01 We". a..t.. ,
crossed ... .... Wed.ndMat. 60aAr.R.r.na. ... LY .12:1f) I'm Wed.anAltht.
F, H. HOUGHTON, the other bad over.
DR. SOT 800 811 W. Hay St..
"Wot is? asked Bill gruffly. I Dally t Daily except Sunday.
"This here house replied the first JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
DENTIST '- Train 23,leaving Jacksonville dally at adO: a. m., arrives at Hawthorne at 11:40: Gainesville ,
speaker. "It's just like flndin thingsall 12:85.Ocila I :OO Leesburg a:25. Brooksvllle: on p. m. .
for Some bloomin idiot Trains 23 and 7H carry through Pullman Buffet Sleeping cars between. New York and Tampa. Ilye and Bourbon Whlskle.from '1.15 .;
fixed 'ou. .
) Vestibule anil to fa.1l41l8r) gallon.Brandies
Trains! and 125: -Through nhalr cars between Jat'k.onrllrandTamps.
Atlantic Block, Daytona Fla.ALEX'ST. has gone away an left his latchkey in T..lnl.21 aO'l3'4. through t'ulhnau.ksupteg. oar. between Jacksonville and Tampa from SI.75 to f.1.75 per gallim.rjr "
We make a HI"o'lIolt1| l of North earn.het IH.
the door. W. COFFIN O.n.ACKF.nLV. Mountain, Hew Corn Wblskey three. "
CLAIR-A UAMS & Bill took a long look at the house and General Biiiwrlntendent. Ueneral Passenger. Agent. ,..lOr. old '2.00 per xallon. '
SON
then shook his head. .fug.-1 gal.' 25cM, :2 giU., 30cts 1 3Kill./ ., PURE

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, "You kin have it," be said.: "I "don't STEA ISIIipiiNEFlorida :---- 1IOt.1. :.I'IIKal.)., 'H 30 Iral.. 1.:1111: )""101..

want nutbin to do with the game. MALLORY '1.11I'.

JACKSONVILLE AND TAVAUES, FLA. "Wot'a tbe matter?" 1'artlm living In Dry Towns will ilo

Will continue to practice in the courtsof "The feller wot lives here ain't to be New York well them to Ml order|>er oent.from on.UK all, 55order.we..cnn .ave WHISKEY;

the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All trusted.' He's a low down mean trickycuss. Crr"Alwayasndmoney with onl..rs.WH I

business befdre the United States and Ha ain't got no feelins at all. to"n'ye Philadelphia and Boston. not own| new ('1111""* nnlins I
State Circuit Courts will receive the nultalilu jHitkiMinrllle. rrr..remw. I ii. given
know him Sailing from Fernandlnn, ..I..., and llrnns'wlefc 0.. No Moods. sent t!. I)). 1>. to l>ry Towns.
Alex St.
personal attention of Mr.
I "No. bnt I was here onct before an

Clair-Abrams. I I'm on to his game. He left the key just PAN8KNGKK! 8KHVICK. -- -- -..

like that before an I thought it was Steamer train lunves Jacksonville (Union Ixtpot. ), "ALL i
RAIL" jr. C. & f, R. K.? on Ttinr.day only, .:/OO p. in. Arrive
John B Stetson dead easy. I went up an tried to turn llnmswlulc 10 p, in. PuiuiDiigers going at once on board

University, it, an thought I was bean electrocuted steamer. FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
Through car without transfer Jacksonville to Brunswlrk.
sure. i
DeLand, Florida. "Was he watchin for yon?" PKOPO8EI! BAILINGI ,

"W tebin nuthinl He's one of tbdse! Lv.-New York Pier 21 E. R., 330d.: ro, Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswlrk. ,

For both Sexes. College Normal School he sticks Friday Feb.28 ".. ................... COLORADO .. .... ...". .. ... Friday, Mar.rrlday. West Palm Beach, Florida. ,.1 l
Academy Art School and Conservatory 01 here electrical guys an just Mar. A.... ...............RIO flRANU!!:. .... ...... . . ...Frllayll.r.IIFrl.layMar. / -
Music. An Institution of lint rank. Faculty of the key in there to catch suckers, torn 13. ............. .......... .COLORADO. ...... ...... ... ... '" .Friday, Mar. :2' +- ".. -... ,.'J Jcd
teachers. Seven elegant buildings, to bed.I FridayMar.2n..RIOSRANDM.. ,, ... .. .... FridayM.r.27
heated by steam, lighted by electricity. Hot a million volt battery on an goes Friday Mar.111.... ....... ...... ... ... ..COLORAIM) .,...... .. .. Friday A r. I O ea ,
and cold water baths. Thoroughly equipped wouldn't touch that key if it would let steamers trains, rat railroad to
For j.n..rallnfom..Uon. a et< ni>ply to any agent. or I .
gymnasium. Department of Physical Culture at me Into the Bank of England."-Chicago H.U.RAt'MONDAgent, Fernandtna, ..-1... f' tAI4. J'A VIKJ4.! Agent. 1I'.lf1 W. Bay Ht.Jacksonville. ==
with Military Drill for young men. Library H. It. RAYMOND" Oeneral Southern "Ia.C. .
8,000 Volume Reading room, with all leading Poet ____ H. MALWRY,General Agent, Her 20, 11:. "r"t.llnln.w..k.: ) N. Y. O
Periodicals and dally and weekly papers.
Thoroughly equipped chemical and physical
ooratorl.... Separate building for Music and the English army a soldier i Ia> -- 1
Art Schools, with artists of established reputation In dJQ :
In charge second term open. December drummed to church Just as he is to drill: "11II: :: I

27, 11494. Send for catalogue giving; full Information ; = ,
these parade.WANTEDSeveral) rloaa1teY ,
to or : + c< Sd '
JOHN F. FORBES President. t

: trustworthy gentlemen .-.. CI > c:=
or ladles to travel In Florida fur a Ire .;g .
Have you seen it ? Seen what ? Why 7110 = '
established reliable house Salary $ rr' ":
the I! = en ct:
Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If 'and Steady position. Enclose r.&' :;;;i
expenses.
you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to reference and self-addressed t ., ::1 ;; == .
have one on hand. It is a great labor The Dominion 4o =.!! CI == :
stamped envelope. .101'. .. 01 .. C":>> ran
aver, and Is patented In the United third floor, Omaha Building CI --

States, Great Britain, Canada etc. A Company 111.ROYALTANSY. E= erre. =-= -S ,
few of the state rights will be sold at' a Chicago JiO; h I: : _
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal- 9 .I go .J ao.Y.IGHT/, :
-'I.w Tr., ..u s.d h..db.ek wrla.a ..
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ton, Tltusville Fla.WAItDrSeveral. ., .. us.I'. : 1 :
= -.oil;:
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PILLS ;; CIQ P! myaSll..t.. &teSffittffit bro.akt .. Boats hauled out and Repairod at the lowest
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trustworthy gentlemen 5rompt attention given to order
flgurecf.

established or ladle,reliable to travel honse.in 8&lar1,180 Florida for ..rltvxaAIL&.._-- o a 5'18i a1l ic.. E..timato given on all kinds. of boats. j
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and .a = a ....... Agents d
expense Steady position. Enclose sasM :: .. -.....;- --1,. I
reference and self-addressed, flP..EIIY.: I-M.+"' Jr"- __ .. 10 ........ .. _1 elC.M.ri WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast'of Florida:
d ca.-: ,
stamped Tbe Dominion .Se a A : 4..t MA)r. -
envelope. ..f -:1 y S 0 .........a....... ."" .rk aw...
Company, third floor, Omaha. Building : iftm. ii ROSE.
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-+ mm RIYER ADVOCATE. +} UKMOqitATIC. COMMITTEE parallel with the said line to point ofbeginning A Jupiter Weather Report
containing fifteen acres, more eR
\ MEETING.A < or less; also commencing on the section The following l tea comparative civic

... line dividing sections 8 and 441 ment of temperature and rainfall
t 'AWSBKI.Y: JOURNAL DBVOTB1KWO T[ D.Y 17 east; ? fur t th,
OrMBHT Or THE INDIAN BKVBB, LAKE Democratic committee neeting was I yards east from the southwest corner of week ending Tuesday, March 3, ItJ1J6.

} WORTH AND: IIIHOAVMB BAC-SKOTIOI: *. held at the Courthouse; Ttousville a ; the southwest quarter of Section:! 8, runt -1800- -1893-!!
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seven o'clock p. m., Monday.On ning thence north 63 yards thence east
.: motion. Minor S. Jones was elected to Indian Kiver; thence south along the DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. nix
banks of said river to the above 2(1( 72 M:. 7cI FRIDAY.
PUBLISHED EVERY a member of the committee in the room mentioned
of II. B. Archibald, resigned.On section line, being opposite the s7rr 27 72 61 7J:
It ., motion Alluor S. Jones was elected place of starting; thence west along] said IL- % 28 78 OH:. 70 g

l .j Office: Washington Avenue TitusvilleIndian I secretary of the committee, to succeed section line to place of beginning containing 2IJ! 72 03 -!
r. II. J). Archibald, resigaed. 5 acres more or less, all being In 1 75 I 56 75; 8j
!< River. Florida. On motion, it wax ordered that the Sec. e), Township 24, south of Range 31' 2 70 60 80 61
delegates to the state and 'Contfreattlonal east, and 1 the same not being a maternal 3. 73 67 ((14 49
CHAS. H. WALTON, E.Bt,,,,&; l-roprlotor. conventions be chosen by a county convention oyster bed. Total rainfall for the week: O.doinchej.:

t i .. -.---.------- e --- of delegate, to be elected by The report of lion. M. S. Jones county Departure from normal rainfall for tie
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:. district meeting; and the working committee judge, for licenses issued during the week: minus 0.17 laclien. Depnrtum
i : ST. JEROME states that he saw was authorized and Instructed to month of 'February having been.jexain- from normal rainfall since January ]
Scotchmen In the Roman armies In call such county -convention at such time Ined by the board was approved 1>y tIle plus 0.35: : Inches. '

Gaul who ate human, flesh'regu and place as shall .fey them be thought Board.\ J. W. CRONK, Observer,
proper and timely: the ratio of representatives On petition of W. W.Ballard et al for
It lady, esteeming it ItS a great dell. to be one delegate to every a change of the present neighborhoodroad Remember Knox the painter .

racy ten votes, or fractional part thereof over from W. N. Ilendry's store at Minis IT IS A GRAVE MISTAKE when you need any lirst-,claa 71.tuaville 9
i __ five, cast for the Democratic candidate to the F. E. C. Railroad at MimI to a work done.
''1 '' TUB ADVOCATE has been so for Congress in the ]lost congressional public road, the Board appointed L. K.
election; and that every newly-establish] Meyers, F. Strahan and J. A. Carter to suffering dyspepsia
; ; ':" rushed with news this week that ed! precinct shall have one vote. Under mal'k. view and layout the same, and TO BUY YOUR SPRING DRESS GOODS IF you are Scott's and

. n + .ta\'. d. we have been compelled to leave this. rule It was determined that the various report to the Board tho first Monday la nervous prostration try F. S. Caibo-
Compound
districts .hall have April.On. Digestive ClialTeel
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and voting
nut several editorials communications respectively Fla. have It for
;\ the of W. L. Keefer et al fora Co., Tltusville sale;
''t following number of delegates, petition ,
although -we publish an bottle.
fcl.OO)
per
to-wlt: county road to commence at or near Without first Sending to

r all-home-print 8-page paper.A LaGrange, No. 1,. . .3 delegates.TIMisvllle the shell bluff on Indian River In section
:2.!, . ,8 27, thence westward about distance of
COMPACT producing only one City Point 3, .2 three miles, and crossing the railroad at New % Smyrna % Livery
I Coooa and )l : Luana station, tbe Board appointed C.
form of one part of bicycle the Uockledge" 4, If 1 ".'3. -Park, John flames and U. B. Howard to

Jointless rim' covers two acres of Eau Gallle ft, ..... ... ,4 view, mark and lay out the same, and to The Surprise! Store .
I i ground within its works at Birmingham Melbourne 0, .2 make their report to the Board on the t4+.: Stable #4-*
T England.DCHIMO Malabar 7, ... ...1 first Monday In April 18D. ,
Sebastian, 8, ._.. .2 t' The report of A. A. Stewart, clerk of
i.I I Fort Pierce," 0, ., . .1 the county court, for witness fees in O. DOHN, Proprietor.
,. : :the visit of an ADVOCATE Eden, ..10.1 county court for the spring term having -
representative to theJIotel Alcazar Fort Drum, 11, .......... .1 been examined and found correct, was St. Augustine Florida
Narrows 12, . ...2 ," approved by the Board. All Trains.
.dl'" St. Augustine, (last week many Georgians, 18, .'. .....1 On motion it Is ordered that W. Cove Hacks Meet
men.of travel were >cnet. In con- Merritt! 14, ,. ., ,8 ." be placed on the pauper list for one
J' ve.eat ton with a gentleman from Ilaulover. 15, ...-.... .1 ." month at $5 per month.A FOR of the Passengers and baggage transferred to
:
1 I"?j' Hoetoo, to* said that before the Canaveral,, 10, . .1 ", permit was granted to John M. Jonesto Samples many all parts of the city, and Coronado
: Spruce Bluff"17.1 carry a Winchester repeating rifle, Beach. Call on me before peifeetiug
i Isthmus of Suez was ,pierced by the Ankona, 18,1. No. DflOOOl: calibre 38. arrangements.NEW .

I.... canal], there were -scarcely any Mlcco 19, ... . .1 In the matter of the assessment of the
I sharks in the Mediterranean the Tropic aa20.s.1:! learners of the Indian River SteamboatCo. *. New and Stylish Goods SMYRNA FLORIDA.

1 ;I, passage threugh the Straits of The following resolution was then ., it is decided thai the Board cannot
passed: reduce the assessment by direct.order NATIONALHomeSeekers =
I!" Gibraltar not being.to: their liking. .
r Whereas the co ralttee deem that a because they are positively prohibitedfrom .
: \t ", Now, Ja+Jwevela they come In, by way late primary for tbe selection of candidates so doing by law (see sec. 22, chap. :SHOWN THERE. : ;,

J 1I I :; .: of the ellillal< and in -such numbers for the various county offices is desirable 4.122.: :! Laws of Florida), but this Board ,
; '' U;t that 1 111 more than one watering-I and expedient: It Is therefore admits that the assessment! for 1805 Isexhorbltant
'I'" I ordered that this committee meet on and that 25,000 would have REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE,
; I ; plaee on 'the .Medifrenranean, and Monday, the and day-of August ,next at been a fair and proper valuation of said ,

Jr; also on the Adriatic the sign has I seven clock p. m., for the purpose 01ftJllnlr steamers.On .
w, +! been erected, '.Beware of Sharks." : the dav and date for m the--- _hnlHIncr__,.e_.. motion a permit' is granted to C. It is the Largest as well as the mostTODA.TE.
of such primary election.A i. K. Maddox to plant oysters on his riparian Exchanging Property for Property a

!I .' ballot was then taken on the ques- rights on the following described UI STORE Specialty. Send Description of what l lyon
;i T-AJ.&DI.G: to I'rofessor Thomas, tion of the recor.mendationdortheap lands : Lot 1, section 17 township 24, in the State....... have and what want.
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t' of London, >the other ,day he told pointment of a supervisor of registration range 36. containing 45 acres, less fill feet, you
vice A. Cleveland] resigned and T. J. the same not being maternal bed. MALABAR Indian River FLORIDA.
an ADVOCATE some And Order Sent
lid reporter gruesome an or a Request for .
I : ,them the following Cockshutt was endorsed; whereuponthe On motion, It Is ordered that the clerkof Samples, receives -
jl'j tales among secretary was Instructed transmit the record all established roads C. C. CARROLL
Board
t ] : J'.rof.1Paul Czormark ofIt this endorsement to the goveinor. In tbe In a separate book, and
Gras, succeeded in photographing On motion, the ,committee then ad index tbe same In a proper manner; and ,Prompt Attention the day received. Real Estate Agent.

1 i' a living ekull without its flesh integument journed. It is further ordered that he be allowed
It.' Iuwu S. JOKES, secretary. the legal fees for the same. ,
1 by -means of Professor On petition of A. L. Hatch and others tor aD.1cd.; -.A. :IVIan.:

'I(, r Rontgen'e X ray. An editor of theTngblatt for a change of public' road as now exIsts In every section at once to sell staple
', I I observe the IIKEVAUD; COUJfTY! between City Point and W. F. :TW:
1 eager to process COM- SITES:: goods to dealer; no peddling; experience
f'' t' ', i'' ,'offered! to ,line his ,-ekull photographed ML9SION11tM. Dixon's north line, said change to be located I unnecessary; best side line. 75.00) a
.. along the west bank of Indian
month. Salary and expenses or large
i t'f but when ,he saw the River, beginning at C. K. Maddox's line of the commission made. Address, with 2 cent
Proprietor
} T' result he aibeolutely refused to have The Board met pursuant to adjournment and to meander along the bank of sl driver Surprise Store, stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap

4'i the picture reproduced or even Monday last, when the following toV F Dlxou's north line; the and Manufacturing Company Cincinnati -

t.! I shown to ally 'one, except men !of members were present: Wm. U. Board appointed: N. M. Fish, J. P. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Ohio. .
,. /Sharpe chairman; J. Mendel J. Houston Brown and A. N. Mathers to mark view
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; $ : 't science. His sleep, is said to have H. D. Uoke; A. A. Stewart, clerk I and lay out the same, and report to the ---- -- ------ - --
1'11..1'! : 'i been very much 'disturbed since he and J. E. Bowman sheriff. The following ., I Board on the first Monday April 18IW. Wm. Gore . . 5 00 JAMES PRITCHAKD
I \ saw his own -"death's. head:?' business was transmuted, to wit: '' On motion it was ordered that the W II Sharpe, road work. . 12 00 President M. ; W. B. BAKNETT, VIce-President;
I .. BROWN
tax 40" . 100 00 Cashier.
The minutes of last meeting were read collector be Instructed allow the r (
/) : and confirmed.The following named widows the amount of J Houston .;; .. .' 187 INDIANRIV
)?i I', True scope -of' 'the bicycle is so matter of the road asked 'to their exemptions of taxes as entitled by K It Uoke . 61 40 STATE BANK
constantly extending that it ]is difficult bo established from Uardeevllle. to Dr. law:> Mrs. Dora Oelsuer J. Q. Stewart, Hall *' Wl'lghtlnsurance. : 37 50
It'' Holme] Mount place was ilald .over for M. E. Stevens, D. K. McCrory C JI Walton, printing . . ft 00 ,
Ill' : to say just where the adaptation the present. In the matter of the petition of C. D. H W It Drew Co, legal cap. 14 SO) (Incorporated. under the Laws of the State of Florida.
1 ,I of this novel agency! 4o the It appearing to the satisfaction of the Provost and others for a new voting district F T Budge, material for Jail. . 13 20 )
1'if, facilitation of business. ,will end. Board that a loa-lcul error was made In in the Banyan community, it was J E Bowman, feed'g state prls'rs 8 70 Authorized capital $100,000Paid
fit 4','I ; It is not a long while .since the the assessment of Id. U. Hod sOJ1'1I valuation ordered that the prayer of the petitionbe J C Anderson 8 70
ago of part of tho southwest quarter granted, and that a new voting district A A Stewart, clerk circuit court. 1981J up capital $25,000
1\\iI iI : Kast Coast eould boast of but few described In deed book II, page 201, section be and the same is hereby established E Bowman, sheriff. . . 8170 Average deposits $300,000
I bicycles but a Daytona lady Informed 21, township 27, range in, assessed within the boundaries following, The Board then adjourned to the first et
us the other day that .there aG0.:r but appealing on the books as to-wit: Begin at the point where the Monday in April 1800.

ift were nearly 500 bicycles in her assessed at $300, the collector hereby north line of lot 1, section (ft h, township Transacts a General Banking
i'' town alone. The which Instructed to collect an an asuosanent o( 20( south of range 37 east intersects Indian -Mr. A. P. Painter one of the bustling
bicycle, at sun River. thence run east along said stall of the Line
I' Clyde called at
t ('I ..one time was regarded as a toy anda ; motion, It was ordered that the line to the Atlantic ocean, thence run this office during the week In the Inter- Business
has I'I'n of the commissioners south along the Atlantic ocean to tho
: plaything, undergone nvojlutiqn appointed eats of his company. He has been all
t at once remarkable and .curuprising. view and lay out the change In south )line of section 11 and 12, township along the line as far as Fort Lauderdale, kA Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
the pubilo road between Saegor's north 27, range,: 37 east thence west along Indian doing good work for the above steam
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( As a factor.:, not only in line and Jensen be rejected, because it River to point of beginning and it ship company.
f I
I, the businessand eocUl world, .!but does not.couforiu to tho petition tiled in is further ordered that Banyan be the' DIRECTORS tJAe.

\1 j .also in the domain of .good ,road said matter, and it Is further; ordered voting place of said district which will Master's Sale.In of .PRITOHAKD.'W.B.BAIu ETT(President.
i Building throughout the states. the that said report be referred back to saidcommissioners be numbered 20. And It Is also ordered 1- the National(Vice-president Hank of Jacksonville National gunk), J.H.IXiHKEE of
for that the clerk do record the boundaries .
!' correction Jacksonville), W. B. GRAHAM and W. M
.bicycle has already attained ,pro. In the absence of the chairman It. D. of said district as the law requires., and Circuit Court in and for Brevard Raows.V .
;, 3: >ottiona which challenges alien Hoke was elected temporary/huirman. that a copy of this order be published in County, Florida: CORRESPONDENTS.
.\\1,1 i Lion and respect, while future prospect The report of the county treasurer for the Cocoa and Rockledge News once a -IN CHANCERY. National Seaboard Bank National Hank of New York 20 and

I :il' are still expanding. tho month of February on the fine and week for the period of four weeks. Timothy Murphy,et.a)., '1"I".rUSVILLE of Jacksonville.
bll. forfeiture fund, having been examinedand The following bills were audited and 9v FLA.
found correct. wan aouroved. bv the, ordered paid:: The Indian River Steamboat }
e. --- Company et,at.UNDRR .
f '*AfCKAR: FACTORY NEEDED : Board. JU Titus pro attorney... t .f 63 83 and virtue of final decree
by a
On motion J. Mend: l and J. Houston F B Wright deputy sheriff. . it 00J .... .. In tile above entitled cause made, FLORIDA EAST '
a IN TITUSVILLE. ,were appointed a committee to destroy: E Bowman, feeding prisoners :34 80 wherein Timothy Murphy and others art COAST RAILWAY
< the warrants as per schedule tur.ne4.over, >. janitor. . .. ,. 0 00 Company complalnanu and and others the Indian River. Steamboat
by the treasurer. The committee, hav- U t' sheriff.. . . .' 2300 Judge of the above styled are defendants court and, by dated the
'd Toibring any town to a etste,4f leg discharged their duty asked to be U feeding co. dogs. 4 00 February, glut, IsUO and under. the supplemental Land
-,1, -aolid .prosperity factories aril .a ed.. discharged which was accordingly done. 40 U jailor . . .3000 and Order of aid. I court. dated Februaryeth: ItUK), Department.If .

,ed, and the establishment of a fac-. On motion, It .is ordered that. permit a. aa'' bailiff oo. court.. .. 3: 73: oil whereby tbe following was appointed dincrlbed Special property Master) I, as to you wish to purchase land for
be granted to O. M. Doyle to plant 40 Special Master. Stock ranch General .
oysters shelling around aforesaid will on the 6th day Farming, Fruit GrowIng
S tory.of, kind employing several on his riparian rights on the south Clark's office. . JI 00 01.4.1'111. A U 1H9U, the same being the First Trucking or a Business
I1 bands, means the inbri iging of part of lot 0, section 1, township 21: J Houston, county com. . 13 20 day Monday within In said the month legs hours of Apriland of sale, sell a legal for sales-cash and or Residence lot, anywhere between St. Augustine
I ... money.and the'circulation of that rani 0 30, the same not being a mater'aai B L Wills, med. prisoners . 12 60 to the Ugliest bidder. therefor at the wharf of Miami, call on or address the undersigned.

i money among the merchant of the bed. K B Wright, deputy sheriff... ., .. 10 00 the Jacksonville' Tampa and Key West Railway 13t _
( at In Special
i said terms
lirevard
On motion It was ordered that T James Florida TltuovUlel to actualsettlel's.
a K Cockroft .
It town. James Pritcfaard wbo permit autopsy on 20 (00 County 10..lng described
Capt. .
be granted to Ballantlna Jk Daugber- B R Wilson, 20 (1)) property of
t+ I ia always ready to advance the interests ty to plant oysters on their riparian A Frosclter undertaker.. . 1O 00 d..f.ndant. ,the. the ,dies lover" awamboat the JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner

ft''. of the town offers the use, rights on the following described lands J Myers Inquest jury. . 4 60 Man.1'rouiiiuny" the, to-wlt steamboat The steamboat"St. Augustine"St..,"Beb.the... ,

1i} of two-story building' 30rbu1.ft. on part of all that part of all that land CWCrabb .. 460 steamboat. "Proirress," the. steamboat "8. V. -. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL.%.
.fr4e'of\ in Sec. /ft and 0, Towshlp 2-1. South of W U Harris 4 fiO. White" and the steamboat .CI....," all now" ly-
t' charge for one year, to anyone ';, ttange 2H. East commencing at Light J T Price . . 4 60 lag"lor at I da Titusvllle, InnliuUiig. In with the said each county steamboat of Brevard Its -:::
i Iltl' who will establish a cigar factory Wood path on shore of Indian River at A Preacher . . 4 60 pective fixtures. furniture boats and tackle res.;
;, I in TitusTUle. This would high water mark 12 chains and :2 links KB English .' .. .. ... 460 and also all the personal. property| of the. laid ASPHALT 1

3 t I give an8ne.rgetie manufacturer a couth of a branch known Barnes ns- narnn O F Paddlson. cement for Jail 3 OO) ) OtflRA Indian fnpnlt.lirA River_ ____n Hteamlxwt an.l.n.r"d.l.n.l._n _'_____unn Company_on_ ,_!Including_:.nnIl......_a....'_i.n.1aim its x ROOF PAINTSS
Branch where said ruchdl.Vlidea F S Chaffee, med. for prisoners. 5 20 the following. described." real.MUM I
j and extensive
good start an business the hinds of W. H. and I The southerly ftfty feet of Lot
Sharps R State bank. Interest .. ... 1242: : thirty and ill
' eould be ,built estate.of W. nf Lot thirty-one in Block B, In the town Ground Pure
A. Simmons of
up providedthe The distance Electric Light company. . 8 Oi); liar: Mallle, In the. Bald. County of .in : .
i material produced<< was good, given in ,the above 12 chains and :links A A Stewart, accountant. . 15 00 MurliU, commencing at a point on the reyartl vest, Oil Rod flTlri ; Agents Wanted.
''t + and the necessary push was given Is the distance meandering along the J I> Lindsay, cars of pauper.. 4 60 I nn bank of the Indian RJTer. ..low water mark. and Brown ttUU i
lIIndred and eve highest J
shore feet south of the
at present high water mark and J D Lindsay, board for pauper.. 1900 IInil'of south write for Samples,
to the business. Lot number one section thirty-throe,
running ten; degrees south of east divid J )Mendel county com . . (0 t 40 township tweaty-fonr range thirty.Ix east; Grade 'i i
It Is more than probable that a lag Section line 3 and 0, thence In a Loaley AKenaker, alcohol, inquest 1 60 thence. running west thirty feet; thence north Black. I Prices

I i considerable acreage will be plant. course of sold II.. 430( yards thence J Mendel 4 copies minutes .. A 00 south thirty along feet;the thence bank of east said thirty river feet to the; thence Asphaltum., j ; .
ii ed to tobacco in this county this south one acre; then 10 degrees north qf A A Stewart, clerk circuit court. 12: 15 of he innlg. place i Catalogue. Etc.FOR'
east to hlgb water mark on tbe rivershore A A Stewart, clerk bd. co. com.. 00 00 Antl also all the rights of wharfage and interest : : '
year and if the cultivation and thence meandering the shore In a A Cleveland, regis officer . 1041 divers. ,in wharves wharves on by the lease Indian-hold or agreement. In E-AtN't't: : TG-
production of the weed proves to northerly direction to the first place of Robbins Graham acct. flitmberg 677.1 counties of Brevard and Dade,Hirer and a*In. New the TIN IRON and SHINGLE
be as successful as tbe promoters commenoemeat, containing eight acre., R D Hoke, county commissioner 24 60 Smyrna.. ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad -
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more or less; the same. not being a F T Budge cub All of the foregoing salea will be made sub. ,
of the paid to 5 00
industry and pauper,
hope believe ]eut to confirmation by tile above styled. court. Buildings
a at convenient maternal oyster bed. J F Hell, inquest on Jensen. . 4 U Each siioceraful pnrchasar shall deposit twenty Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
factory some point
A On motion. It was ordered that a permit W II Sharpe county com . '9 00 nve per rent of his bid with the Master at the ,
l will be necessary.Let be granted to A. K. Mathers to plant Wm Anderson pauper. . . 600 Mine ce.tmnte of the therefor.sale taking the Master's receipt and Iron Work of
The balance
.. I the first factory be 'au vee s- oysters on bis riparian rights on the following \- Mary Flitch . ... 000 ful ; offer the owner possible described lands: Commencing Chy. Padgett .. . 1000 >*ns ea lon to be retained by the emit until Papers Tarred Felts 2
inducement every at a point S3 yards north of the southwest Sarah Bean . . 1000 sale purchase Is, price Is fully paid. la the event. the Roofing and all kinds of and a-ply Asphalt ReadY
to remain if be not oonflnued the will
be .
oaM
corner of the east half of tbjs south.t Cbr. Jacobson property resold -
., 1 nettles with us ; help'the enter. -. quarter on land lot No. :3, thence M Hayden ..... ... ..i 1000,400 aye per after cent due deposit.advertisement returned,without and Ute easts twenty.or: Roo l S-w.ppli.ee '

prise in every way In ,our power ....Iag north 84 yards, thence ruaalng LKufslla 'a .. ... 400 expensea luter., to the party depositing aaasa with. ..0. ,
and others :will follow. .c. a'fst .sst to Indian River; theses south along J Lewis .. . i a 00 The Armitage
WUAIAM
1 the banks of 'said river".until opposite tic Cornell .. H. BARER Manuf'g.Co.
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.' 5 00 Manufacturers :
le R.
premier H. 01 ,
qui coute. Ucet&w Master.
: quo pas the Mine starting point pence Asphaltum Coal
west TnnaGore Tar
. 500 Ofia
Complainant Solicitor ........, 3200 to 3300 etc.,
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Awarded away to any settler along the East Coast Pennsylvania. He will drive as far an "

Honor*-World'* Fair. who between will St.send Augustine a stamped-addressed and Key West envelope ,- Jacksonville places on, making the way.short stays at various G. G. SPRINGER' }

'DR : and state how many acre they '
: will plant in tobacco. The Look out for the boat race next Sat '
pink paper i M o s I
still has sufficient seed on hand< several thousand acres of land. Really Editor Odin of the :Melbourne Times, I .
such energy on the part of the owner was a visitor to our town last Saturday.Mr. /: .
of the ADVOCATE: should be appreciated.
Jli AIl\mllls giving exhibitions with I ICE AND
his Htcieoptican about town, preparatory ;

Jensen. like euteitaiuments.tci visiting neighboring IOAUS for REGULATOR- _


The Messrs. Sheldon, of Boston, who
Bishop Gray conducted services at have been visiting the West Const, after Distilled Water '
the school-house last week. nlnng| stay at Sarno, ace now at the ;
tANNGWVDfR Hotel San )('U'I.'OIt./ .
Dr. Johnson : Aiigutitlue.Mr.
Canada last Monday and ,daughter having spent left for a .\. A. Ford still continues to increase -I THE BESTSPRING' Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
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mouth in our town. iris tiahtiig/ business, he having, re- MEDICINEis .
Our town ni.xitu'il at Eau Gallia when the oilier FACTORIES......
was well represented at
the firms Hud Sebastian/: still continues on LIVER REGULATOR. Don't
meeting of the Pineapple GI'owerll'Assoclotlon here. SIMMONS Cocoa and West Palm Beach.]
at Lake. Worth Wednes Forget to take It. Now Is the time you .
>T PERFECT MADE. Mr. and Mrs. Goo. Braddock amid Mr.; need It most to wake up your Liver. A .-- ----- -- .-- -- ----.---. .-. --
pa Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret day.Mr. Wm..Braddock, of Sebastian, have taken sluggish Liver brings on Malaria Fever
nia.Alum or any other adulterant. left for. and their Mrs.home Bain in and Canada family after have up their residence with the family: of I. and Ague Rheumatism, and many other J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.
EARS THE STANDARD. amonth's :Mr. Lourcey. The Messrs. Braddock 'lls which shatter the constitution and 1\\
sojourn heie. will
They stop Don't the word
are fishing with Mr. Lourcey.Miss wreck health. forget J
at Ashevllle, N. C., on their way. REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER DEALERS IN -

Mr. J. W. Ballantlne, who is spending Mary Gilbert met with a painful REGULATOR you want. The word REG- 'i
the winter at here accident one day last week, turning her ULATOR distinguishes It from all other
Miami. his lo Lake Sharpes Worth, stopped to look after his on ankle and falling while stepping off tl e emedles. And, besides this, SIMMONS
pineapple way plantation at, this place.It stoop of her mother's residence. At last LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the "!' BRICK I :::: :
accounts she recovered.
is made to the was quite Liver, keeps It properly at work,that your I,1.
addition being
is to be regretted that Miss Merrill
Nearly $(S5/ have been subscribed toward system may be kept In good condition. ,
ml. our bright and popular school teacher, I building a cupola and erecting a FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS ;
nd rush of storekeepers will Is soon to leave us, for she will return to i bell on the Baptist church, on condition ;.IVER REGULATOR. it is the best blood Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
place. her home in Xoahvllle, Tenn. Our best that the church shall be used for services urlfier and corrector. Try It and note )
wishes accompany her. of other denominations. Jie difference. Look for the RED Ln AOKNTS YOU : Will always give very lowest price* ,.M
number of men are being em- ,
streets. Mr. B. C. Smith has Issued l Invitationsto I every package. You wont find It on ROME BRICK CO., Rome, On. I\l1ell'rll1l\1)t\ shipment
our a dance at the Al Fresco( next Friday i Rev. II. M. Prince preached at the my other medicine, and there Is no other COLLINS mUCK CO., Atlanta" Ga. Give nn your' orders and we guar-
r Denny will shortly arrive at evening. The dining room will be con- Baptist church last Sunday, morning Jver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER TilE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antes satisfaction.
d run his launch to Lemont verted into a spacious dancing hall, and and evening, to an appreciative congre society goers will be out in full force. gation. Parson love will preach next :Je sure you get it. OFFICE: W REHOUSE:
Sunday. tit Co.,Philadelphia,Pa, 138 East Street. McConlhe Block.
Coast Publishing Companyy The affair promises to be the most J. IX. Zeilin Bay

commence the erection of a "swell" event of the season. Captain Munn and Captain Tombes -- -- Telephone tttU. Telephone II"'. .

ling, in which will be located, played their favorite nines last Saturday I and Mrs. Woodruff, Miss\ | Maud Woodruff JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

Monitor on the Eau Gallie base ball /grounds. Salem, OHo; Mr.\ and Mrs. E.V.. --
Expert Typewriter ltepnlrlng. There seems to be a difference of opinion Silver, Salem, Ohio; !S. Crane, Gooigo .
_laml bas made arrangements among the captains as to which team Crime, Toronto, Can.; Mrs. S. J. Sllcher,
odate about 600 workmen that Work won. A Fertilizer for FrU ft.L.-i
guaranteed. Typewriter -
mployed on Mr. Flagler's new supplies Miss Helen Irvine, New York; :Mrs.
; moderate pi-Ices. Typewriters Messrs. Alnswoilh and Yves of Grand ..
al Palm, to be open next Jan. Amelia E. Valentine, St. Paul, Minn. .
bought, sold and exchanged. We are Rapids, Mich., have purchased the house ... .
lla D. Tuttle Is kept busy looker sole Southern dealers Densmore, "The and grounds of Mr. A. A. Ford, and will A party from Melbourne visited lintel .. ......... .. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer!"
land interests at tbls point. world's greatest Typewriter." Agents erect cottages and bring their familiesto du Nil last Saturday\ and' spent a very !
and cultivatedis wanted. GEO. M. FOLOEII & BKOH. enjoyable afturnoon. The party consisted -
her bright live here '.4
ny winters.
a great help to Mrs. Tuttle. Main\ office, DeLand, Fla. '. of the following persons: Mrs.: E. :IPrioe2 .oo Par: Ton.: .. ,
Atlanta, Ga. Have you Been the plat of the G. B. K. Glazier, Mr. W. B. Westcott, Montgomery "
GUARANTEED ANALYSIS .
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Snell addition to Eau Gallie It has Aia. Mrs. It. W Goode and the
Wa---- been laid out and surveyed by 1Ir.V.. R. Misses Ooodo, ;,.of Melbourne; Mrs Carrie Moisture.... . . . ... ... . .8 to 10 Per Cent. 1 I

Malabar. Roesch, and building lots In good loca- Arnold. Montgomery, Ala.; Mrs. ClaraD. Amtuoula. .t . . . . .. .. ., .41!,, to 6"I "

lergettc party to handle Denshe tions on good high ground overlooking \Iac\ean\ the authoress, Atlanta; Master PhoHphorlo .Acid . .. .. . . .t. .5 to 0) "

' world's greatest Type- Indian River, are to be had "dirt cheap." Richard Browder, Montgomery, Ala. Potash (Actual). . .... . . .0 to 8; '. '

Money in It for right party. Mr. Scott visited Tillman this week. Hotel Granada Is full to overflowing! Mr. W. K. Tombes has added a clothIng Made excUmlvoly from Height, ; Cotton Seoul Moat, Mltrato of Soda, Illood, :Bono
ild typewriters of all makes; Mr. Washburn was in Melbourne Sun- and guests continue to come and go. branch to hU establishment, having Dissolved 1'lionphato, Fine (bound Tobacco items, mind bulphato of I'utiiith. I
il as new. Satisfaction guar- day. This la the most prosperous season this become agents for the house of Wana- D3T"/ Wilte for .illroutloni for using and further particulars; also ask for ,
GEO. M. FOLOER & BROB., house has experienced, and It is only an- maker & Brown, I'bl1al"llhllRnd\ Is copy of "Econumloal Purtlllxliw for Fruit." Wo carry, a largo stock of all Kortlll I ,
Ice, DeLand Fla.ta Mr. C. C. Carroll painting his real other evidence of the Increasing: popularity prepared to receive orders for now spilug zer Material Cotton: Seed l Meal Tobacco Dimt, Potash, etc. Write for prices before I
Ga. estate office.Strawberries. of our town. Few come and' go suits of the latest and nobbiest styles, at buying We Meek tIle growers'' trade direct .
are ripe; 'now Is the who fail to come again.Vhnt's prices that will nstonlsh the natives.
I WILSON & TOOMER
time for the strawberry festivals. ---- '
coanut Grove. I \ the matter with those shell

Our New York friends, who went to roads? If there Is not money enough on Fort Pierce. Thf; 'Fertilizer House of Florida

Tampa last week, have returned.Mr. hand to pay for shelling the entire width. Jacksonville. Fla.
lore Falls has been enjoying a of the streets, then shell ft drive-way
his yacht Gypsy. John Chlocey, of Tillman, visited eight or ten feet wide. Only make an Mr A. Bell him returned from his hip _.. . -.
friends in Malabar Sunday.Mr. effort to do something In the directionof in the country, much bonolltted by tho

11 csBor soon Nelson arrive Cowles here. of llobe C. C. Carroll spent Saturday in good roads. change. Fred'k. S. Morse '

Melbourne attending to business. Unless countermanded, tho scheduleof The truck growers are shipping vegotuhlun : .x- .x- .
acock will shortly build a pierf ,
the steamer has been
Courtenay by truln.
On last Mr. Damon every
Sunday George
his hotel, fo.r.the use of boats,
changed to enable her to lay over at Eau
gave a dinner party to some of his gen-
Quite a number of our pineapple
s or fl'elght.ooner grow-
Gallie Instead of at Cocoa.. This change
Biscayne was not lost as tlemen friends. will necessitate the removal of four fam- era left to .attend the meeting of theasHocliUlon REAZi:: ESTATE: ..,. ....

on her trip from Jacksonville The debate at the literary club Satur- ilies from the latter town to this. It \1M at Palm Beach. \ .
She has arrived safe day night was hotly discussed on both understood that a protest has been sent The Rev. Mr. Householder has boon
I ne, Bay. sides, but the affirmative got the de In against the chango of schedule.Mr. conducting"a protracted meeting duringthe ass.&zvrs' :a: : a.d.o Oo., FLO ..=:aa:; '
cision. Ladles caa always talk.
dore F. D. Hughes. and his Hurray Lourcey and Mr. A. M. past week
wife are down here in theirt Miss Emily Bernelle and Messrs. W. Sample, who left some throe months Mr. Drown returned from Orlando, AGENT FOR LANDS OF .
Jupiter. By the way, they M. Ely and Walter Hazelhurst, of Mel since with their fish boats and. fishermenfor monday. night.
admirers of the pink paper. bourne spent last Thursday night and Sebastian, have returned with their Florida East Coast Railway Company
Friday visiting at the Carroll house. fishing fleet, and resumed their business Mr. Hatchett has been Ur.for a few Florida East Count Canal .t Transportation Company,
k paper is always read with In- at this place. Unusually large ship- days, on a visit to his
The Christian Endeavor held Florida Atlantic Coast Land .
society Boston & Company.STEYlS /
this did section, and his many plant regret here their regular meeting Sunday evening, ments of fish are being made,abundant and the Private' yachts are coming and :;olng .._-.._.- -...... .. .-. -. .. ... ... -
on not move Miss Jennie White leader. The topio fishermen expect to reap nn almost constantly now.
ng he did not go where he was harvest this spring. .
at Miami. was "Loyalty to Christ." Mr. R. A. Wo are having tome delightful weather -
Conklin gave a good talk on the lesson. The friends and acquaintances of the at present; quite contrast to our BROS. & CO .c.-T '
ve had some pleasant dances blossoms with late Mr. Andrew St. Clair write In extending California frloiuUi "
are us again
y, In which several visitors took Orange ; their condolences to his bereaved ,
we noticed in passing Mr. E. B. Arnold'sfine Why not continue the sidewalks, and
o) note by the papers that the widow and children at his sudden but
grove that the perfume was strongenough let us have a !good road to the depot.
the; ADVOCATE secured the first not altogether unexpected demise. The a.tSTEVENS POTTERY GA:
to reminds us of old times-bo-
lIe masquerade ball lately given deceased will long be remembered for ; : ,
ille, .t.>re the freeze. his genial good nature, and his sterling

6n ThUHtlay night); t last about 40 of upright qualities. He was a native of Roseland. -- MANUFACTURERS OF -

his friends from Malabar and neighborIng Canada, and in his GOth year. -

s bet all ,kinds the of ADVOCATE job printing, Titus-Give towns gave Mr. C. W. Bolton a surprise The teamer Conrtenay, which had. The railroad\ company )has treated the Well Curbing and Floe Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all

o of your work.] birthday party. The surprise of was been running several days with one bro- freight house to a new coat of paint, but and flower Pots Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Prepared Fire Clay and
they had no hint a party Shapes ; ,
.... complete; ken shaft broke down completely last we see no sign o( n new draw, bridge. ,
until enjoyed the crowd themselves was upon until them.about Everyone 11- week, and Is laid up at tho Eau Gallie The "Frost Proof Grove" Is still shipping Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
Palm B ach. wharf. Her ceasing to run makes trans-
& o'clock, when the ladles served an elegant portation of beans, etc., from Tropic, oranges: marked fancy bright, and By Save your money by buying close at Home, and from clover
I to which all did justice. wo notice that mme are billed to hotels .. .. metro._. .
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supper -
Merrltts _. .. -- --
Banyan and other places on .. ..... ------ '- -- -- --
well to hOI.thel'npolntll. -
Then the amusements went oh until to the south of us.as as
Major Tiffin did not bring Island, very Inconvenient, and shippers
sorry
and .
hes to Palm Beach, where they 2 a. m., when all said good night from those places hope that no time will Edward Sudlow
seen by the tourists. many happy returns of the day. be lost In repairing and continuing the Both Mr. Drake and Mr. Todd have m4:} .
boat'on schedule. faith In the orange Industry, having procured -
wl Mrs. Bancroft C. Davis andis [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any trees from Mr. G. .I. Hardee, whoIs .'
are again at the Inn having Right Rev. Bishop Gray addressed a CHAPMAN A SUDLOW)
need.] now busy planting them on their respective (LATE ,
job printing you the occasion of his
from a trip to Biscayne Bay. large congregation on places.
annual visit to this parish, his discourse South Jacksonville Florida.
DVOCATE Is quite'a society pat being both entertaining and Instructive.It Rats are quite numerous In this locality ,
may judge from the way it Is Sebastian. Is to be hoped that on the next visit this season. Our postmaster's tomato MANUFACTURER OF -- .
he many.visitors to Palm Beach. of the bishop he may find erected a handsome plants which were just Coming Into -

ames B. Clow one of our prom- There's not a heath however rude, Episcopal church with a resident bearing were almost ruined by their depredations -
lateiir fishermen, is again at But bath some little flower' minister and regular service. It la understood FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and'

ach again, after a trip to Bis- To brighten up its solitude that an effort will soon be made Mr. A. O. Russell and son Willis, the ,
y. And scent the evening hour. to Interest churchmen In the matter and of Clnclnnatus Farms, accompanied -
proprietors
. Gordon Brown, of Hobe Sound There's not a heart however cast awaken this community.Interest i I. ecclesiastical affairsIn Mr. S. Kitchen, spent a dayIn Vegetables and Dealer in Emery Kind of Raw Material, .
the fltil
and
Rowland trying
ome visitor this week. Between down, viewing
sorrow
grief or
By
fter his pineapples and study- But bath some memory of the past Hotel du Nil, Sarno, continues to ing In our waters. We heard that nine Cotton Seed Meal Etc Also
line fish the result of lens than a two II
was .
the
we understand that Is what prelim To love and'Oalll its own. maintain Its rightful place among ,
coming here earlier In the first hotels In Florida. A large party hours' trip. Dame Rumor says that The a-ood. All :Round: :Elran.d..
that Mr. G. with the
We are pleased to report down on the steamer Spartan Tuesday Roseland may be connected
J. Hardee has nearly recovered his usual came of last week, under the managementof Clnclnnatus Farm by a railroad. We Ammonia. t... .... . .4 to R per cent J Fur 28.00 Per. To.
red terry, manager of the Inn, health after his rent illness. )fr. L. A. Burgess, of Rlpon WIs. hope this rumor will materialize. Available Pluw. Acid.... .. ,II to H per cent \
a young man, is a hustler. Thee ( to 7 cent) f. o. b. Jacksonville.
visit to his was cleared and the Potash K 't 0..8 per
to add to the pleasure of his Capt. R. A. Hardee paid a The large-dinlng room The following persons arrived at
1 to arrange a shooting ground, friends at Ilardeevllle thin week. Mrs. the piano brought In, the beautiful room Erclldoune 'Inn during the past week: Highest Commercial Value given In the State Ilulletlo. See taut addition.

i\pS, awnings, etc. This is a Hardee Is making quite a prolonged stay being handsomely decorated! and lightedon J. II. Brenyel, Jacksonville, Fla. ; Chan. ...
colored and delightful .. "'" -- --
the right direction. there. all sides by lights, a C. Illbbard, F. B. and W. Lawton, New -- ---- -- -- -
evening was spent, dancing being York; Mrs. U. Hughes. Malabar; Mrs :
tide on the Florida Museum, re- The sloop Arrow, Capt.for Stanley the lower Kit- Indulged In till a late hour. This M. E. 'Gammons, East Bridgewater, DUREN & FEASTER......
chang, left on Monday had been making a tour of the East Thomas Mrs. E. P.
ubllshed In the bright-reading party Conn; Mrs. E. C.
river to bring back a cargo of oysters. Coast and were on their return from Mrs. W. L. Branch & VEGETABLES. Florida and
TE, was read with'much Interest; acted. first mate.A Branch Melbourne; GROCERIES FRUITS :
residents of this section Prof. Mr. Fritz Light points south. They expressed: themselvesas arker.J. D.; Ueo. N. Phillips, Mel, ,
ke Mr. Flagler-Is doing a great junior sociable was held,Wednesday especially pleased at their entertain- bourne. Crockery, Glass and Tinware. "
l' the Eaat Coast, and we were evening at Mrs. G. H. Edward's house. ment at this hotel preferring It to all Western Meats of All Kinds. your patronage Solicited. '"
ote that the pink paper was the The juveniles enjoyed the entertainment others they had visited. The party con .
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ubhsh the fact. Immensely, especially the cake and Ice lsted of the following ladles and gentlemen : The Advantage of Advertising.Mr. TITUSVILLE. FLORIDA.Pineapple .

I cream. i : Messrs. W. W.Kerns,Morris, HU.; .. ,, ... .. .... .. -. .- .- .
from Rockledge haven -
people -
Ills. J. A.
II. Fleming, Bloomington ;
here this week. Most, of Messrs. A. O. Russell W. W. Russell Henry, jr. Joliet Ills.; L. A. Burgess, Eugene Randall, of Same, put an
ne from the Nutmeg State. In and 11. II. Todd left here early Mondaymorning Rlpon Wis.; Misses. Bertha Bedortha, ad. In the ADVOCATK for a buggy weekor Planters 1 1I :
y were Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. M.Mr for the Clnclnnatus farm lands Oberlln, O.; Florence M. Wicker May so ago, and received so many ans"erethat
and Mrs. A. G. Weed, their ten mile southwest of Sebastian. This Southern, Xew York; Minnie L. Parks, he was not long In securing what
I daughter, Miss Lilly Weed, Is Mr. O. A. Russell's first visit to bit! Davidson Day- he wanted.: Last Friday morning be
May
Ky. ,
;
Idwln, Mrs., II. O. Havemeyer, Immense tract of rich muck land and tona Cyntblana, Fla.; Mrs. W. B. Bedortha, Ober- Inserted another ad. In the pink paper, TAKE:::: :: 1 TCTICE:: :: 1 I .
wen, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen U. we hope that his inspection of It will lie, 0.; Mr. and Mrs. 1[. Schneider, Xew matlaff that be wished to buy A pony. :. '
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mid Mr. and Mrs.Marcus Rhodes. soon result In the commencement of the York; Mr. and Mrs. W. R.Denlnon, New Within three\ hours after we publishedthe the have control of a Cbolce 1.0of, -- .

extensive improvements contemplated. London, Ct. Mrs. 8. II. Oeve, Dayton, ADVOCATE he had purchased
;
tlce that the ADVOCATE Is still Mr. Randall started from Titus-
pony. SuckersFOR
Ashto Traverse *
Airs. Smooth
Fla. Mlonetta # Cayenne # Pineapple
od work for the East Coatt It City; Mich. Late Hotel da vide Patwday' with his pony and car- .. ..

ler.., who certainly word deserves for Mr. n.It. Eau Gallie. Nil. Sarno: H. G arrh'a'llilt '! ; rlage advertlsiaf, e* route In the home.pink paper Nothing when like you SALE by the 100, ],000.10,000 or 50,000. 8peetaprlces: on Urge.0....., .
Tho B. )Morton Jacksonville; B. W. flnt-class Md ta food order.
I them to be true to name, plant
o booming Brevard county want geed _lilts.Ad'ertl. guarantee '
np Guenther Washington; Henry X. Cutler Those contemplating planting can save money by eattag on or eorrsspoodlg:.
O. Russell Isjsd, the Fleming of'town officers The election Albany N. Y.: J. B. Ross, eke "
trfeh farming, and the culture,. ADVOCATB U with me before purchasing.
place HarchlOtb. Ross and maid, St. Paul Mich.; you Fla.
GEO. H. WEIGHT Orlando
o. For the t month the AD- Mail ,
been CI"IDC.pashas tobacco seed :3Cr. J. O. Bart DM left for hU bonne In Reynolds, Woodbury N. r.; Mr. want to lacrosse your business. .



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r 'I'; i ,ROARED LIKE A LION HER LIFE ,TRULY 'SAVED. ALEX NEAR'SCTAYLOR NKAB. ERNEST TAYLOR. SCOTT'S' Successfj

I>r. Miles' Heart) Cure Does It. ", ,
1 : : 1 A COASTER CAPTAIN'S STORY OF'I A Mm.Chas La Point well-known residentof (SnccmiMMTS;; to John McAllister.) CARBO-DIGESTIYE
Denver praises this wonderful remedy.
REMARKABLE WHALE.It Her testimony should convince all aa to the Artesian Well Contractors 8 **s.f. fruits'
be
worth of the New heart Cure and ICeatora- ,
tlve Norrlne. Her letter dated BepUllth, and all kinds of ye
; Didn't "Blow," but ltd Roar WM Borne 18M.reads. as follows! EAU GALLIE FLA. COMPOUND know that the geta
largest
PERSONAL GOSSIP.
I.. thine Awful-It WM Kljehty; Feat Ir yie]

I Length and lad n Queer Looking n..adl' HODGES & GODFREY Miss! Agnes F. Watson! of Pitt: :,bnr" Positively the one Remedy for the best liberal quality are produ,
I
/ Tried to Swamp the Schooner. has been admitted to the bar after a Treatment of use of Ii '

I, }i I i "No," said Captain J. A. Grossman Manufacturers of rigid examination. the NERVOUS EXHAUSTION containing at least 10,%

f I of South Portland "we didn't encoon, Dun Andrews of West Rockport Me.,

I ter the sea serpent but we had a strange! Yellow Pine Lumber cuts and toted! out hop poles, Just for Simple and Aggravated forms of Actual Potas

experience with a whale and I don't fun and he is 96 years old. DYSPEPSIA, ANDPALPl'rATION. |

i believe anybody; ever had the like be. King Massala/ of Vivi Kongo, died OF THE HEART.
Without
t. notion DRESSED, the oil
liberal
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t fore., I've been at sea, man and boy r recently. He leaves a eon, who is an use

since :1< was 9 years old, and I never Haw Orange Box JI..adtt. office boy at one of the trading post ash on: sandy soils, it is jj
the like of the whale we encountered. 1 / .{ Fruit A Vegetable Crate established by Stanley. Does your food sour lifter eating f Are sible to fruits
? Do grow ]
excited
never saw a whale before that didii'l Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron you easily confused and berries'v.egetables
o Dennis Scott 107 died
'J' J i ) 1 .... through bill ulla II blow but the one we met didn't, but it you/.tlt/ up quality
k building on the East! Count would do well to Shielduville] Minn. He had no refreshed and with a bad taste In the
I 1' gave a roar that was awful" write fur price'. The Sawmill situated on the gray hair and Ions than a year ago rode command the best I
t' "It souuded like the hone In Central u- J.,T. & K. W. Ry.,9 miles south of Falatka. mouth l' prices.
I horseback to and from town teu miles] Is there a dull cloudy sensation attended Our pamphlets ... not sdmnuiiw cW.1
t t' pork New York" said Miss Houston Satsuma nights,Putnam co.,FlaW dlsnureoable feelings] in the lug .pecialferllll..n. but an pr.ci| |251.
Henrik Ibsen when he by
I i who was one of the purty that hud the appears at pub log latest reo..rch.e on the.nhject. \ .
F f lie functions is fa'rly] covered with stars head and eyes? Ire really helpful 10 farmen i-'g.
. I ; strange encounter. i JMae. Are you irritable I ] and restless the ..kin,. 1
1 I "It certainly was more like the roiu H. GLEASON & GO crosses collurfl pendants and other decorations Does your heart thump and cause/ you GERMAN BALI WORK|[!
of all kinds and from all Nawau.
'I \ 113 St, ..
of n lion thaii anything else] I can think to gasp for breath after climbing a flight
I ,of," said Captain CrosHuinu. ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. sources.M. of Utah y
't I The Fchoouer Grace Webster, Captain LA Poipr.' Humboldt St. Berthelot, the new French minister Does it distress you to lie on the left ;The Largest and Most
"Typhoid fever left me with heart trouble hag fame from his side !f
a entirely
t Cromnun/ was on her from New apart
way of the moat serious nature. Nothing the TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS: EX- dimnessof ,
I York to Portland with 414 tons of coal. doctors gave had any e 'ect. I had severe political efforts./ In chemical] knowledge Have you Impaired memory plete Establishment Soil
I pains In the heart and unable to lie AND PERFECTED. vision depression of mind and gloomyforebodlnj.ts
't' :besides the captain and Mrs. Crux was on AMINED he racks among the first of his contem- ,
crew
my left side for' more than three minutes soS ?
man, her daughter and Miss Houston i 1hadamotheringepelisinwhich time. My b.art.eem..d miss beats, and poraries. These symptoms ,mean that you are GEO. S, HACKERManufacturers&

)I were ou board. I every breath would be my last. seemed We accl i ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE- The late Marquis of Waterford was, suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

The schooner was about ten miles off dentlj saw aa advertisement of SURVEYS OBTAINED. on account of his lameness, allowed to Exhaustion.

d Wood ialand and*making good headway Dr. Wiles' New Heart Cureand address l the bouse of lords seated. He There ts no other remedy extant that I

I 1 M I I I!,t under foil null, the mate, Merrill Croasr Restorative Nervine, and purchased a Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon was nevertheless, quite a forcible and has done BO much for this class of troubles -: I
bottle pf each. After taking the remedies Entries Corrected and Perfected.
man at the wheel,,when there was a a convincing speaker. asScott's
I week I could be lifted In a chair and alt up Claims adjusted before the Depart (
sudden oommotlou ahead, and the greatil" .a hour and .n.short time I waa. able to The retiring lord mayor of London, Carbo-Digestive tl
f t head shot into the air' and do llgbtbou.ework. shall be evertoyou grateful ment at Washington.
up was on a' for your wonderful medicines. Truly Correspondence solicited. Sir Joseph ,Benals was not granted a
t i level with the deck. they saved my life vote of thank by the common counciL '""-'- Compound. .
.r. One of the crew first' lighted the -WI..llwt MKB.. OHAB. LA POINT. EAU CALLIE. FLA.' That body intimated that Sir Joseph had ,
oer.Is sold si
I ) I strange creature and* called Captain gnDr. oa a.Daat not been retiring enough.' If your case has resisted tbe'usual

: : -.; Crosiman and in a moment all on UdroggbeiietlitFaa. pSqbbottle.forts"I.} Pineapple<< Orange and Lemon W. Basel! Wilson, president of ,the method*o4 treatment we are particularly

board but the man at the wheel were ::. us-, -Iad. 'Land For Sale, Cheap. Belvidieie railroads, a part of the Pennsylvania anxlou't0!!have you give. 'this Compound,
t Ij, looking at the strange light They raw trial.
Dr.Miles' Heart'Care" ; system? ia probably oldest
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and
before tbajn an enormous head one for sale 80 of pineapple : We guarantee relief In every case .
I have acres railway" president h> the world In activeservice. ; refund shouldour ] < ,. t ifl : mass of great tranche which miles below will cheerfully; your money
through : land on St.,Lucie river a few He ia 88 years old. the most
,foil"I .the wicked, 1 {nl.e'18ll.QI. the creature Eden 40 of which being northeast remedy fail to produce ;' of
A of section It' )t. not; l generally known that the ratifying-nesults..
F gleamed. They eipeoted the whale of northeast quarter I
It vas Way T+dl. quarter
remember that the appellation
..Ir, such wonld"blon"Dot] It did not then 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Prince of Wales' I. a member of the English Patent!Pleas Medicine< does not apply to' Doors, Sash. B1.D
'Iti, r er after. Once a narrow thread of what the other 40 la the northeast quarterof i bar. Be wa admitted some 30 !
!' of section 3 and is said to have SCOTT'S> CARBO-DIGESTIVE
southeast quarter years ago passed a
looked: like steam shot ,np, but not ,a COMPOUND.It and
Moulding Building tat
41 east.
88 south of bighly creditable examination.,
. i township range ,
Ji \ of
,i drop water, was lent into the air.' Ask
The above land can be bought for $10 Is a prescription put up by a ]leading/
looked The most interesting student! in the
the
they at it dared
creature Office and
,I k who has made stomach and Warerooms, King, Op
tf ] physician
It Is suitable for pineapple, ,
,. I savagely and then drew clone to the per acre. University- of Kansas is Martin Van
up troubles a specialty for
nervous years.
II side of the schooner, giving them ample orange, lemon or lime growing. Bnren Stevens who ia 70 ;years old. He I We court investigation and earnestlyurge Cannon Street,

time to observe the head, and all agreethat Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for expects to be graduated in the spring all physicians to write us for the

.I,rll"' I it was very broad ; that it ,tapered cash. This land will soon be worth $50 after which he will take up the profas formula] of Scott's Carbo-Dlgestlve Com Charleston, S. C.|

1':1: almost to per acre. lion of law., pound which we will mall on applica-
a point, and that it was not Apply] to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE that
ti very thick through the thickest part. office; or to Robbins & Graham, Titus I Miss Clara Barton of the Red Cross lion, they may satisfy anel'themselves excellent of Sash Weights CorHardware.

j : I 'The creature was .about 70 to 80 feet to vllle etf society held a position in the patent office Its virtues.harmlesscharacter ,

I '. \ length and had a very broad tail very up to the outbreak of the war. Then

f different from that of an ordinary Schlaparelll, the astronomer who first she went to the front as a nurse and was SCOTTS: CA1RBO-DIGESTIVE .

t I I whale. In foot, at the time there were discovered the so called "canals"] of appointed to the hospital service by I COMPOUNDIs
I three or four whales] in light, and they General Benjamin F. Butler., the most remarkable remedy that
telescope Window and CIA
1J'!I': had no difficulty] ; in noting the points of Mars, did so with a much smaller All through his wandering in Liver science has produced. It has succeeded Fancy

ri'' difference between them and the stran than those In use In many other pool the African chief Khama has always where all other medicines have failed. SPECIALTY.

'1l' ,ger. observatories at that time. And yet he ridden on the diokey of vehicles Sold by druggists everywhere, $1.00

t The great creature went down headfirst i 15 Is a very near sighted man. and all, attempts to get him inside the per America bottle. Sent of to any. address in
on receipt price.Don't
I '
? : and then made series of attempts I carriage have been unavailing, his answer forget that we cheerfully refund
I to strike the side of the schooner with have tried always being the same-"I'm the
I Do not despair because you your money if results are not satisfac-
: I l 'Itiii. tail It did not eurrprfl and swam many medicines and have failed to receive king and the king goes ant. tory. Order direct If your druggist does 'In
I' I 'Mound them roaring loudly, in evident benefit. Remember that Hood not have it.Address .
"Which ia his head and which ia bis .
I 11 Then it went down and others fall '
anger. tinder Sarsaparilla cures when all / all orders to
:: I ; : the schooner. tail? to do good whatever. Tb. Apology WM Accepted.

'II':: : : Captain Grossman, who bad watched "Why, punch it, and see which end any "There is a good story on The Examiner CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. GO
,,1! I' barks "-Phil May's Winter AnnuaL Hood's Tills the best family cathartic Poor
: I for this movement gave orders to be are said J. Ross Jackson the ex-
Harmless]
' / ready to lower the boat, fearing that the and liver medicine. : newspaper man to some friends in the Topeka, Kas.

whale might come up under them and If Turner Came Back. reliable, Bure.Matthew Palace yesterday "and although ,I'm Or For Sale
break them in two. It wan very fortu If the shade of Turner could return out of the business I can't overlook its by

VII nate that they. were not forced to lower to earth and "revisit the glimpses of I Arnold was once generally merit on that account. It appears thata Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusvillo Health

b their boat as it proved later to be leaking the moon" probably it would be highly berated in England for referring to Lord druggist named Putnam was killed in

and would not have carried half gratified[ to find how much he is appreciated Salisbury as a man who delighted "to Willows recently by; a man named Se-

I i their number safely to land. just now. I do nut know whether provoke shocks and collisions." Events iorn. The telegraphed report came to In Circuit Court Brevard 'means so much motet

For more than an hour the whale con- or not a ghost can have a sense of hu seem to indicate that Mr. Arnold knew The Call and also to The Chronicle.The .
a tl i a; County.
tinned ita remarkable acrobatic performance mor but if it an. Turner's doubtless his man. next morning when Managing Editor you imagine-serious a

; standing on ita, bead I with Its would enjoy the discussion going ou in Hamilton of The Examiner waa Susan ------ I fatal, diseases result fa'trifling
tail in the air moat of the time. the London to the the record of the he Hitching,
waving papers as proprietyof Milton M. Woodward, the new treasurer looking over day, VBS.De I ailments net c
+ It seemed bent on hitting the schooner buying his old house in Chelsea-thescene of the commonwealth of Mississippi lisoovered. that his paper bad been'scooped' Chas. O.N.liyhe. } In Chancery. '

and ft took the,best of good seamanshipto of, the vulgar orgies' of his later on that particular item. Ha Mary Don play
state official in : oath has been
prevent an encounter. ;rears-and. marking it am a memorial to Is the youngest thereupon sent for Mr., Corey, the coast WHEREAS. the,attorney*for made the before complain me-, greatest gilt t-healthi .
At last the whale seemed to get tired his ganins.. The old fellow would the country. He Is only; 21 years old. editor of the paper., ant that the defendants, Chas.; O. and

I of what had been fun at first and it chuckle over that!' but if he should visit Senator Hansbrough, of North Dakota, 'Mr. Corey' he said with a dignified Ida Mary to-wltl N. Bljrtba In Savannah,liMe without Georgia the State; that of they Flow-areeach .- Myoisnfeoatelsora,*

headed for, the westward., the National gallery, and tee the present who introduced the bill to prevent the look on his face 'have we a correspondent over 31 years of age, sad. that there .U n- andgvaenlha
Grossman ia of the condition of his "Dido Building' in WlUowaP'It person In the State of'l'lorlda.. sentlee of subpoena Browns M a, '
Captain opinion
k" use of the American flag for advertising upon wnom would bind said defendants. hsw Mends i.
i that this strange whale must have been 3arrhag and "The Sun Rising a San Yea' Now,therefore you Chas. O. Blythe and Mary w'1begpe.tae'
used to be a reporter on a N.
I l mistaken for a sea serpent many times. Mist," which he considered his masterpieces purposes, Did he BOnd in a report of that appear Blythe to,oussplaluant's am each of you bill hereby at the Clerk's required office to

( Been but a abort distance off the head and left to the nation on condition Francisco paper murder?' of this Court In Tltu8VIII.J Florida,on the First DI. ,oengthrrN
f aide .. No.' Monday In April A D 18W), being the 6th day of Iron nedlcint.wlilBrawa'slnxl-
would look more like that of a great that they should be hung by the month,and
of 11 ,children to plead to said bin In due course. ,
serpent than of a whale. side with the two great "Claudes," he Senator Sherman one 'Fire him.' otherwise said bill will be taken as confessed ters. Ater*
1 The creature while making its long would and little cause for hilarity. begin with Is said to be ,37' times an How? B7 mall?' and It Is the further cause ordered to proceed ex-parte. Ua earn
order-id that this notice be K '
'iI aud repeated attempts to hit the schooner What would he say to the state of his uncle, and granduncle to 63 children.J. 'No. By telegraph.] We can't dispose lished once each week for four successive weeks pub Bitters very comes first tar-

i continued its roaring when above ([chromate of lead) skies, when 'corn- W. Warbnrton the new British of a man like that too quickly. A in delay the as IHDIAJC may be.RIVER ADVOCATE, with as little betA CM4tttt, ad<*l L t'\

water. It would] scrape against the side pared with the unimpaired limpidity of consul general at San Francisco, Is an correspondent who doesn't know that a l>one ami, ;; ; the Clerk's office at lesssnt to fu
I' I pf the schooner and then would draw the skies! of the Frenchman who though murder hall been committed in hia town TltusYllle. this 28th day of}lebruary D WJO.
off, seem to be calculating] the distance, dead about a century before'! Turner was [ilshmanby birth and la about 60 years Isn't fit for the position. Bounce him.' [Seal.J; A. A, STEWART It Cures

I and theu strike. The schooner was kept born, he queerly fancied to regard, as old. "Mr. Corey went to his record book mar- pr3. Clerk/ Circuit Court.

I off at the right moment, and the creature bis rival? It he should stray into the All pain banished by I>r. Milan*rain r 111.. of correspondents and presently. returnedto ( Dy.pep.... Kidney and 1 1:1:
I missed the vessel every time. Itt special "Turner room" he would find the managing editor. Master's Sale. Neuralgia Troubles,

wan an odd experience and for a time things much worse. Many of his pictured recently 'Mr. Hamilton there are certain 'Constipation Bad Blood

there waa something closely resembling there are' In a truly] deplorable con Gottl, one appointed circumstances In this man's favor that'- UNDER: and by virtue of a decree of fot'... > Malaria Nervous i iWomen's an
a panic, the women being badly fright dition.-Art Amateur.In cardinals] (Is the SOD of n Genoese long- 'There are no circumstances that .. and sale Issued out. of the circuit

t. ened. shoreman and was brought up In pow would justify; such an exhibition of In. n.whereinfth: e Brevard In.lian: River: t Lian in a* liVestSSnt': .:::": Get only the genuine complaints-hss crautt IB'lines

Miss Houston said that the eight of the Place of Strong Drink. erty and self sncilllce oompetency. Bounce him I say I' company I. Is complainant and "St. Cyr on the wrapper. All others ..re.Utut. *

that great mans standing almost upright Two writers in La Revue d'Hygieue 'But Mr. Hamilton this case haa court defendant house door I will"offer T1"11"'for""sale'on In Monday front ,oJthS April '.will send... On receipt of Beautiful two SC.et.mp, W.!...
set of Ten
in midoceau was something not to be recommend that druukarda anxious to The Proper Time no parallel., That man baa a good excuse 5 highest>, IHUH during and the legal heart of ..Ie. to the Fair Vi.wa and book-free.

forgotten. Captain Crossmuu ia uncertain conquer their habit be encouraged to for overlooking the importance of described beet binder f the for eaVh defendant, the following,, BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE
to-wit
whether the 'whale is a natural drink nonalcoholic preparations that When most benefit ls> to be derived the story.' the His' lease h.fldJ\Merest\ upon the lot attns end of:
City Wharf
k Y fighter or whether it alcoholic wine One 'Well what was his excuse?' inquired In Tltusville.. described as folows -
was frightened suggest or liquors. from a good medicine Is early in the : Commencing wber the north line of .
Iii, when it came up out of the water, and such preparation consists of white sugar year. This Is the season when the tired the editor becoming nervous. of the ..... In Tltu.vllle\ Intersect e...t IIn.

r as a result of It. confusion made the repeated brown sugar, bulled barley., hops body, weakened organs and nervous sys- 'Well,' answered Corey, scratching northerly bulk.hoad along the or the east City. end Wbarl...f the rum bulkhead tben"" Right in Sight
r : attempts to sink the schooner.One coriander need, extract of violet elder tern: yearn for a building-up medicine his chin a moment 'he was the man sixty frat. thence run west ,.

I of the crew hit it with a bolt and flowers vinegar and water in the proportion like Hood's Sarsaparilla. Many wait for : who got killed. ', 1'1"street' "*"*,> anglea one hundred to Stain'feet street, .thence. VniTiSuth at Sure SavlngSho
I many times Captain Cro maD said ha of 2 pounds of the first to an the open spring and. In fact delay giving "Mr. Hamilton lapsed into silence north ""'" ot Main street, thence sixty nm foot east to one the Wall General!

could have hit it with a board from the equal part of the second half aa much attention long that to a long their siege physical of alcknoss condition la In so and went on reading tome) proofs. "-San to ittndred point: : of feet'hegImdng.' along' the aurth Together line wIth of' Main the street toga and aend Buyers you our Quid, *JMnd

1. deck. He did not venture to do anything of the third, 465 grains troy of the evitable.] To rid the system of the impurities Francisco CallA heave on said" lot. wareD..L. 15 cent in stawt '

to further arouse ita anger and let it go fourth, an equal amount of the fifth accumulated] during the winter ..GACLDEN< pi"part poIItap exptcaalt
!
in peace." -Portland (Me. ) Pre 887.K" grains troy.of the sixth. IJi pints season, to purify the blood and to invigorate ssar8prfc: Special )lute... Ireepa 0.JcI1en. ,
of the seventh and a trifle under 11 the whole system there Is nothing vagabond was originally] only a If*a Dictionary of Honest''

paalng From EzparUae. gallons of the eighth. These are all put equal to Hood's<< Saranparllla.! DorA putIt traveler or person who went from place Pull of important inform**!

Little Nan of four summers considering into a suitable cask with a square hole off, but take Hood's Sarsaparilla now. to place with or without a definite ob- WEAl MEt MADE VIGOROUS matter where you buy. led d *

it her' duty. to entertain a lady at the bung. 4" to inches on a side 1&[ will do you good. Head the the testimonial joeL ,rso. niuatrationa tell of* 1
articles
In behalf of Hood's and right
published
who ia waiting for mamma enters into the Ingredients being thoroughly; mixed Sarsaparilla all from reliable] grateful post only between tn.kec5g j jMONTGOMERY
in the cask with a paddle before the
conversation. .
I. Get
It.
tell the
people. They story. iI
Nan-Have yon any little girls water, ia added and the sugar being ChillsAND WARD 3

The Caller-Yea,1 have two. put in first of all After eight days of Several I 111-116 Ave..
WASTED trustworthy gentlemen Mlcbicus
: :- .
ia strained into 'o.Y. S M't.' .
mixture I
the
Nan-U do you ever have to whip infusion or ladles to travel In Florida for 'J .twI1. "-. '
'emT boW_ and strongly corked. Four days established,reliable house. Salary] 9780 Ybat PEFFEI'S IEI"IOIDJd !

The Caller-I'm afraid I have to thereafter it I. ready; for use. and expenses. Steady. position. Enclose FeverCured _- .. ..u. BJ4!
drinker all this .... ..... --!--. ? *M}J*"* nmnl....,.. .
t .,i ometimes. To the moderate mugs reference and self-addressed, .: ..per ... ,.. _Old I Iro.u.r.
.J7Q.
I Nan-What do yon whip 'em with? ... nothing very agreeable but the stamped envelope. The Dominion a.:...ee M' ,
,
The Caller (amused)-Oh. whenthey've mixture ia said to look like white wine Company; third floor Omaha liulld- to Stay Cured N e _.en, "al"'Y.-. _. _-_II.._.w.5rrtseretb. ..:
much like champagne. The lug Chicago IlL ., %_ _
and taste InMalt
been very' naughty I take my late .. }enol-.mptlun
roo'l;: I. .a_I.... $
all pper. man that baa sworn off drinks. with ByWintersmlth's .abell"... on
It
l Nan (most feelingly aa mamma enters relish and no harm follows. The costa Walton's. Rapid Calking Machine C.1n..rEEf"M o.rN4 W In:.vest alr.u .' .X::=-roe Ikj

)-Y-yo-you ought to take a hair of the ,mixture i* less than 3 5.00, 910.00 of the and principal 915.00: each.boat-builders In aa. Chill Tonic. C::.=- .: w:: ._..tulE '
brush. My. quart. by many Y t re. eM N W T[
mamma doea. and It hum In the North. See pamphlets and testimonials ( a I I

.i; awfully.-Pittstmrg Bulletiu.i : ", Ir: Sold by all Druggists Sold by F. S. Chaffee Co. tattretria I

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 6, 1896. 7

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EJOTELS.. THE FLORIDA PALMETTO HOTEL ,..

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Daytona, <

: East Coast Hotel System The Loading Hotel. Beautifully ultu.ed. -

i. It Is home-like. Table excellent ;i
Modern convenience! New sanitary ,
I,lumblng. Prompt and polite Hervlce.opular .
3E TO HOLD AN ARMY. C. B. KNOTT, ,General Superintendent. latcH. Under management: of j

LEON DESPLAND
> Hen.& >. Dlecee' Tlte>t tIn Il gt,ettigttl,ikt ,' ah'le, a ,,, Alcazar, Formerly of the Fountain City Hotel

the World. ST. AUOUSTINE.JOH. 101101111 '\\I:! to '\\1);). N NLQR
j now possesses not only the r. U luic.WhH, Manager.!
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Reel but the biggest theater infj Open November first to May Hint.

ftremendous Until] recently Auditorium Chicago thene '!! Casino *1.00: and upward per day "' NADD. GRF BATHING THE V:+19 R:!N3

| said to have had tbe largest! r *
>
ST. A un U TINE.
[erected solely for theatrical A. M. T.YI.III&, bupeilnteiutont. i I"> j1l'JMP !
-tuit qf>y Et I\rl'fl court with,the !Simuilug Tool, MRY ,
theater, goes one better than Russian and Turkish IJittha. % rny
can city. The only building HOTEL I 0PP..ht4 rYTRMA.fLA ,
ROYAL POINCIANA, Ponce De Leon
i in which theatrical displays: ,' 20 MILES CF BEACH F03APUURQUND!!
with ST. AUOU8T1NK.!
given to be compared PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. lPlMehd
is Olympia. As (llI.UK.IUIUCAY.: Mtmageia. t
ese theater Festnr. I\t t'oronadut_ tlodt-
was not built ex- OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January) to April
structure
5.00 and upward per day rate rates solid comfort, no ostentation q
the
,
-or theatrical'purposes. good hell ug! good cooking.
|tbe Empress theater will hold HUSKY ,V. MKKKILL, Manager Cordova
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ST. AUOUSTINE.
aa Iron and biiok building Rooms only. Open during February and March. Now Open for the SvHiu.n.

J above everything'' at Eurl'a The Ormond, Fort Pierce Hotel #
bpt the great wheel almost aaJrafulgar ORMOND-O -TIIE.nAI.IFAX. ,
and nearly aale
square AMI>KIWOV A THICK Managing
span of the roof is only beat- Open December to Apill. Noav Indian River Inlet ,

I erection of the kingdom'that, $4.00 and upward. per day h
|e, being the span of St. PanIon. Poinciana Expressly finished nnda furnished for .
The roof span of the Em- Royal .
Moiloin convpnionccs.FIHIIINtl
home comfoits.
ater is 820 feet while the PALM IIKACII.
)m ground to lantern Is no 1 It. W. MKUUILI., Manager. AND Ht'NTINiJ: ITnuiirimmird.
117 feet or more than halft Open January to April. ",, Onl of the monument and onlyt $5.00 and upward per day. tho btivtc. '

shorter than the Duke of Palm Beach Inn Jui.iim TYI,KII, I rropilotois nail l .

Iowa in Carlton House ter- i' I r7 1,Finn STKHUV, Manager. .. FRANK M. TYI.BK I| Managers. .

Open December to May., Formerly of Now Haven, Ct.
ia one of the iar- .
i auditorium $4.00 and upward par day.
hill country BO, too, ia the im r
ge. In designing this latter Palm Beach Casino 1101! FOR BISCAYNE BAY!1TIlE
Imre Kiralfy has adopted Jo:. N. WATSON, Superintendent.
arkable and carious devices. Salt Water Swimming Tool,
Surf Bathing, GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT
Ire be moved about
stage can Fishing from Ocean Pier. HomcHoekor When you get
1 in sections in
there and put up _.. .. __ there Stop at ---. .
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be -
Uechanioal that it ------------
can -
way THE HOTEL ORMOND, : -- : I
(assume any form called for byfenciea OnUOND-ON-TIIE-I1 u t.i FAX, :

Lia great of the stage scene.of tbe Empress Accommodation for 300|guests. Rates, *5 Open per day from and December upwards.until April 25th. Hotel Indian River. *! *\ The Lemon* "* Nl City*"* JJlim Hotel r I

here Is room for at least 6,000 ANDERSON & PKICE Managen.Leland's -
vithont undue crushing, and at At Lemon City, the terminus of tILl
000 performers in addition to Hack Lino, on lllscnyno 11,ly. Airy

rkmen-carpenters, shifters -x- The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. I'ooms.reasonable comfortable buds, good table, yterms
[ men eto.-are on it in one ,
Hotel and l hunting tho
the production. When to this Windsor yyp" Good Uniting / ,
loighboi'hood.
;
hge Is added another 70 feet in ,
thich' end I>. lo[. ('OXN'OI.I.l'I'op..
kr at will can be some made Idea to may appear be obis The Leading Hotel of Jacksonville: Florida Will Open Jan. 15th.It Lomon City, Dado Co., Flu. C J

to the hugeness of the place. -7 FlL1 .-
vide for this immense number FLORIDA.
ST AUGUSTINE
,
mere there are scores of dress- '
aa at the rear of the stage. To is situated In a Park of beautiful (lowers, Tropical plants and tiuos, niul --

Im great stage and the auditorIr !- ; fronting on the Famous Indian River. The Hotel supplied with all modem COLUMBIA HOTEL

30 arc lamps are used, while r r#akLev conveniences; passenger elevator, team heat uk-otilo lights, etc., and the tnbU ,
..
1 lights help to produce the beau- will be kept up equal to that of any hotel In Floilda. A line orchestra! bait boot ;
j>lor effects now seen in everyal Centrally Located on St. George
n engaged for the season.
display. In addition to these i r Street.OveilooVlngOld :.

1 lights over 8,000 incandescent .. .
FOrt' Mnilon( and Parfc,
I are in use all over the building.the : el; d't I rz RATES.$3.00} f H 3.5O and $4.OO. per day, according I and a full view of the Ocean and
curtain
of
in the
iDly way a
|
the
breakers burn plazzaH.
rolling
s 1 theater has the biggest in the to location of room. Special raton by the

It Is a rich and elaborate piece r wook. -

etio work 85 feet high and 260g. : W. M TEAHEN Proprietor.,
A curtain of this size would ,
lore than half of the frontage of -

ional gallery and much of the HOTEL BELLE VUE -x- Gas, Electric DvllH. and poifcct systemof
I that large building. Sanitary Newerago.
112,000 dresses are worn during

Auction of "India" many of the Mot: : bO"l.1rn.e: F: "lorid: .
tiers wearing three, four and five WARREN F. LELAND Proprietor. # HOTEL x COQUINA x4.ORMONDBYTHE.SEA
ieee. The number of spanglesna -- .-- --- ----.;;;. Overlooking the Famous." Indian llivor,, .
into millions and tbe sequins r
Indian dresses are almost with- -

mber. Nearly as many wigs as ..-2JI H T: L DU :N""ILO t> 4-
I are used. Of the number of dan- :,

lioes which are wornont during .AN3 ..A.G&JS.sAD.M'O : .
\\h'a performance it would be hare FLORIDA.SURF .
bat 29,000 :EI.l.vocr: Floric1LI.: :
an accurate report, ] Irad.ian:
Ibe near the mark. Indian River and on the main :line| of the' ':
he scenery, the curtain and there Located the Eau' Htgh-olneeaccommodatlonforguerte Oallla River. overlooking the ; perlect rtrnlnaite, pork and shell BATHING AND DRIVING Ars' 4
and 8all. .
Florl ,boots fur rowing': ...
moved steam for no: orrtdlmrTdrtvfng and lawn tennis court hooting range '
i by power oycllng. In -
track /: batho,eto. 1'oHt, telegraph nil xinm* oflji-o
build some Itabllng for home. hot and 001< sulphur In- Specialties at Ormond. "l
j effort alone could up Ing. dtHtanee of the Atlantic ocean, whore MId bathing may
the hotel which III within easy with. every' \iHWHlhle convenlen. ,'
oottnte"
From ViirnlnhBd ( ;
| stage pictures produced. dullOllln. Rate.. .e.e0toa10perday.. k, Addre.et C. T. VJU: liE K K. N""*''."* JOT": For Circular, address' ,
,'U W and'111.00 per we
oint of view this theuter proba- containing 5 aDd rOUlII !!tluno Flurhl".

ds the palm for hugeness and -_- __ SEISER & PINING Managers
!
i managing it.-London Tit-Bits. -- ,

ne i Produced by JEleetrtalty. '.' ORMOND- THE SEA

i the report of experiments mode The Plaza Hotel. ,

I Siemens and liable laboratory One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Poatofflce, Churches
Un it appears that good results and Schools. HOTEL CARLETON
obtained In producing ozone :
bmmeroial scale by means of the Bates : $2.501 to$3.00 Per Day Terms by the Week or Month.
|electrio discharge. Aa the use of Florida. Jacksonville Florida.
ions product is likely to be large- Rockled12e; Flnt-ratfl Laundry In Connection with the Hotel. Terms Reasonable

ted to in the near future aa a .. -
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of disinfecting and, sterilising: ON SNI IBN B..a.'" ..uIB.. ----------

i water, the announcement that a DUB' L. HOTEL MELBOURNE Under New Management *
|and economical apparatus for It.tlon ,
i baa been constructed la bail- -

b i delight by the sanitary. autbori14 JSI"Q .........C> .E ELBOURKE Indian filler FLORIDA.Open I all the Tear. --
mediooa in general The ma- gCREYEN HOUSE.. ,

|now working in the laboratory veto ..... Open all the year round. Good Fishlog Coolest and molt pleasantly located
yields a certain amount of Large Airy Booms, Fine View of Indian River; Hunting and Yachting. Rate, hotel for refitted the summer and elegantly month fiirnlihed.Thoroughly
I .
every boor, and its designers sayjit
Every Modern Convenience. $2.50 and upward Elevator. All modem Improvement
can be depended upon 'at all Pro. *, Mna. C. J. HBCTOII.: ..
B. DUB Proprietrei aa.8O to 3.ftO: ) day
Recently they bare experiment, Sailing, rowing, Fishing, Hunting, Speclal RATKS by:-the week, and to Commercial per
supplying compressed oaone to Riding and Driving.
Men.
I they call She,, '.'technical,trade' INDIANOLA HOUSE. Only hotel that the electric: car pass
ve succeeded admirably by using H. PEaKProprietor.. SAVANNAH, GA. to and from depot.
S.
Mure of nine atmc.pher'If' we
CRAPO &. LeVENE,
I Judge from the frequent allusions Located,

U remarkable product .. they ap- O. H. VOSS. Centrally, Congress and Bull .....IndlaneLi Is OB Merritts Island.,.... Proprietors.
[in the Tariona adentiflo journals ,
>of oaane aa preventive and en : 1ZIVER 230TEL1: Four Miles lorth of Rockledft.L.AROE : .
IAN: Rates Al
> agent in medical practice daily IN': :- -- Hotel Fresco.... '
in favor. Ionia B 1Iblic.
D8; -Sfe 8
$ .50 to $8.OO. y room, all looking Oil

T1TUSVILLE,, Indian' River Good home tabltt.l l
A ....,.. Daataa.ir'PutneeWhit '\ ..,....". '
Indian River. ,; A iMiiT ......* Job >r. fare soft drinking water. Sailing, row lEISER, IDdian River, FLORIDA.
look .a
are : '
you 3 I rail tcroM my old friend Jim Bid- log, fishing and hunting. Will m egaeita
p glum overt i Fla. die of the Diddle of Philadelphia yesterday at train at Cocoa, and transfer
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MOT Partner-..Got a note from mythat : ,and we fell a-taWDlaboat John; [JOHN L. JENSEN, Proprietor.:
if I them to and from Houe free of charge.
the pug ia lost Now .
lot + O--: H, VOSS, Wanaroaker. Bald Jim; J A good many .
sympathize for her a whole ,. clerk In a store in Cheatam t
year ago I wa Rates: $1.6O per day,
ill aay I am a cold blooded brute ..1. w- MANAOaar .. month.
1 4 *'*"reet' at a alary of $78 a $8.00 week. NEW HOUSE;Best Accommodation
I do aympathiaa she will suspecthired : ODe 'day a draywa* driven up to the per ,

t some one to steal the dogjnat Ii 'Open All The, Year; door, and the driver, coming into the Address : on the Ea*$ Coat. Hot and Cold Bath;,
un with her for a 1_
condoling order for two bolt .
atore. handed me an
|Cincinnati Knquirer.; of cloth. It WM signed 'John W n- :. O. W. SCHUYLER, flrtt-cUu table. ,In. centre of the .

Only a few minute' maker.' Johnwa atratglingbeginii r, Indlanola, Fla. close.
tradition the L -r i 1 I Famous Pineapple Region<< ; to the
to oriental
ling walk from Railway station then.nd the botue decided that it did
of Noah, the ark builder. ia in *and Steamboat land- not know him well enough to sell him -What do yon need Lathe "'a1.of Inlet. Flih and oysters In abnntlaac."f .

I town of'NakhtohevaB. near lap.OD the cloth on time *o I was instructed toBend envelope, note and letter head, bill- >
t I of Mount Ararat It ia said toIcbe the 'bank* of thefarfamed word that we ooald not deliver the head, lUtemenU, tag, card, eta Terms : $3.OO Per' Dayand Jj:
i In the.wall of an abandoned ? r ladlan River. good without the money."-New York We ball be glad to have a share of you.
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The At'era Grocery Co. pant: who] Is In N.The "York. Highest of all,in Leavening :Power.-Latest-USG ;'t Report
Montank is owned by the Morn THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM 1 C
tauk Htonmlxint the
a Have reduced prices on all groceriesCall Company, ownerof
the Shelter Island. The SI on tauk is .
on them. much larger than the Shelter Island.Mr. 8aking.U '

I Harman! Intended originally to secure Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
I.. t' Consult James IMott, this steamer but for divers reasons

the shelter Island: was selected. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.
Oilando Nursery, for orango, lemon The Mont auk: Is at present at Sag Powder ,
I and drape:; fruit tree, grape vines anc Harbor, N. Y., where the Shelter Island .
was lying. The steamer was built at
Marshal Jflcl roses.
JAM KB MUTT, Wilmington, Del In 1M)1.) for her pres- BSOUJTEILY PORE We have 'forsale a large list of carefu
ent owner. It is aside-wheel steamer
'l Orlando, Fla.
M -----, --- selected Indian River Properties.
10.1 feet long 31 feet beam, 0 feet, 0 '

Incnes deep, and gross tonnage, 570.04. ,Sale of Valuable Property.The visitors, but will be made to -look PS Lands''' of the Florida Coast
Sale
New Bakery lu TitUHvlllc-Near- The steamer Is well known about New clean and neat as the Pl.ua, In which Agents for of I.

ly Opposite the "Advocate"Iluildlag. York harbor. The furnishings are very -' I I the foregoing two gentlemen have taken *, Canal and Transportation Co.
handsome. handsome property ,of the late so. commendable an interest.
Mr. Samuel) Barton, of New York, ban I C.A1'V.AL L.A.i."TDS.Florida :: : .
\ [just been sold by his widow, through ,

I have opened a new bakery In Titus- Palm Beach Pier. her agent, Mr. Albert Itobert. This Send 'Your Orders Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Cos
i Tille and to sell first property consists of a strip of land extending Lands Dlsston Indian River Loan and Investment> CoI'
am now ,
prepared from the lake the west to the To & Renaker Titusville\ when Comma o's. Priced Lands
i clans cakes of all kinds, rye and whitebread. Capt. R. G. ROHM, the contractor for on Losley Low
't Don't fail to give me a trial, as the above pier, has had some hard workto ocean on the east, Intersected by a beau- you need anything in the liquor line.
tiful avenue either side of which Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected riepevtit
all orders will be promptly,attended to, push things:; ahead, owing to the on
rough lIea-. During a heavy southeaster stands a handsome cottage the larger
I. and you will bll pleased. Notice.In Titusville. Florida.!
bias DKIHNKH.: : the derrick, barge, and lighters ,broke occupied by Mr. and Mrs Samuel Barton,
loose from their moorings at the pier. built three years ago. The smaller was
They went to pieces on the beach be- the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. V. Barton, the Circuit Court, in and for Brevard ,
For Charter tween Palm Beach and Lake Worth In- I since their marriage, three years ago, County, Florida :
,. lot. All of the tackle aboard and a number but built some six or eight years ago, Aaron A. IMiGrauw. ) Fred S. Ghaffee & ft"TUSVIILE.FU
The sloop yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt. of chains' were lost. when the Barton family first went to VS. } Hill to Foreclose
Lake Woith. Samuel Barton died a few ;James Mitchell. ) Mortgage. .
Goo. Cook the day week or month.
by months ago, and the family Is disposing appearing liy the affidavit of I).L.Mnulden.
This yacht is fitted up with the bent of Robbery of Diamonds/ at Palm of all the U IT <,rney for the complainant, nlml In Bale,
property. gentlemen FRED S. CHAFFEE
, accommodation for ladies. Capt. Cook / cause,that the ilefumlunt\ \ ,.lamelll\lItchell.mea _i .
is a reliable man and. well acquaintedwith Ileac identified themselves largely with every mm-re lilent of the State of Florida and ID Pharmacist .
Registered'
, and move connected with the Improvement ,I over the line of twenty-one yearn, and that the
all the fishing hunting groundson and advancement of the entire said defendant realties at Marl Demtur county,
,of the liver.Adtht'HH. Proprietor; erl'lII, of the Royal }'ol n- munity, and art much missed. Mr.com-Van State of Oenricla, and that there Is no parson In A Complete Assortment of .
the State of Florida service of a subpoena upon
, AIT. GKO. COOK, clana, haM offered a reward of $50; for Barton, who has been a subscriber the I I whom won lei bind the (defend lit, tames
: :' F. & A. !I. Titusvllle, Fla. the apprehension of the thief or thieves ADVOCATE for some years, now resides. Mitchell; It id, therefore nrilonxl that the d..- -.* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sun rJ i!
, femhint.taneiMitchellbere'ulred' to appear
who recently stole 4,0110 worth of diamonds at Colorado Springs, Colorado, on account find answer comph.lnant'a' salil Dill of complainton
Must 1>e Sold, and other jewelry from the above of his health which Is very deli the tlth day of April 18IHI or said bill betaken Care and
hotel at Palm Beach the property of cate. Mr. and Mis. Edward Gray Pen- BK oonfemiuil, and complainant, be allowed -a8 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Promptitude E Earr g.

Over J-mlle Indian Riverfront atPara- Mrs. Zamp, of New York. Among the dleton. of Washington city, now guests to It proceed Is further ex parts ordered with that bin thin said oaiiHe.order be published We give prompt and careful! attention to all mall orders.,
jewelry stolen were four diamond rings, of the Royal Poinciana, are the purchasers once each week for four consecutive
disc Point, on Ilobe Sound, four miles several rings with diamond, sapphire of the Barton weeks In the INDIAN KIVKR ADVOCATE nowsi .
; ,above Jupiter; all high banks, beautiful and ruby settings, three diamond: shirt property.! ( >Rier.published at Titiwville, Brevaru county, =We want your trade. Grce us a M
district FloridaWltnens/ *
villa sites, In the hoaitof pineapple -
studs, a gold necktie clasp with the the Honorable John D. Broome,
f l">0i acres. Will be sold tn strips word "Frank" cuff but- A. A. Stewart,
engraved, gold Judge of said as
. TUB AVERA OKOCBBT Co. sell the
. : with liver front; or the whole to anyone tons, gold collar)) buttons, and several Clerk thereof, :.Inbal.r: of Bald court at the Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery,Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfuse
best groceries to be had. Best hams house this the 6th day of Shoulder etc. etc. etc.
wishing a safe Investment. other articles of value.Another. court at Tltunville Toilet articles, Brushes, Braces ,
12* cents. March, 1890.
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For further information, address i -
Seal A. A. STEWART.
, : L. II. West Glam Palm, photographer Beach, Fla.j'r ,. Hotel. D.Oatilden[ ] Clerk Clrcnlt Court. THE' INDIAN RIVER DRUG CO.
THE TOWN OF TITUSVILLE. Sol.for Compl't. 'marO-apr3 _

: .. Dame Rumor tells tIle ADVOCATE j
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; ii Ii' YACHTS. FOR SALE. that our people need not be surprised to For some time past the ADVOCATE has Ooooei, F1or1da.:

learn that M r. Flagler may build another gently twitted our City Fathers for the HOUSE BOAT ROCHESTER THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
.I ; Sloop For Sale. hotel-this time at Nassau.' This route dilatory way In which some things In ,
Is getting quite popular already, notwithstanding town have been attended to. "Honor to
ii i For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; the fact that the Palm Beach whom honor is due," however is a good :Zl.ool3C.loca.so, Fla.
f1I tonnigo, 18 :.!7-100j; In first-class condi pier is not yet finished. Next season, motto; so our reporter has been making Under the same management. Thoroughly first-class Drug Stores, Full
I tion. New sails; hood-room In cabin. when the pier Is complete and passengers some inquires as to what the present of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Novelties, Stationery, Perfumery, etc.
1 Best party or trade\ boat of her size on I can depart or embark without discomfort members of the Town Council. have done HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
the river. Price, W5.00.! Apply to there will\ be a big rush of visit since they took office.
E. C. B. Tymlall, Waveland, or Capt. ore to Nassau. In that case another We find that they have boon curtailing HUYLER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES..",
im, Feter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she hotel would bo badly needed, for the expenses wherever possible. The stieets Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to
: may be seen *tf Royal Victoria could not entertain all have been thoroughly cleaned and put THE TOURIST TRADE: :

1 who arrive nt Nassau, a town with which In order; the scavenger cart has been Fur Charter by the Day Week or Month. And solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully byRegistered
most visitors discontinued until the
summer season
For Hale. are highly pleased. ; Accommodation equal to a hotel.
.. this and and other economies on the part The Rochester is fitted with a motor and Pharmaci:'
of the Town Council have reduced the expenses arr-:: Send mail orders to Cocoa no accounts run at Rocklodge.
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< sail and is safe and steady. She is
.i* The Sloop Yacht Flora, 35-ft.: long, Express Hates. very .
of the town just$1,170.:) One$300\
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I 14-ft. beam, :2-ft.. draught: In first-class bonds 61-ft. long, by 15-ft. wide; lining room
, \ bond of the town Improvement
12x14 ft. Can accommodate ten
I, 'it ] condition accommodation, antf tilled.* for but x, one with year.room Cabin forward BANYAN, FLA., March 3, 1800. has hands been of the retired trustees, and to funds retire are another In the Rates very reasonable. Further persons.particulars E. L. ::ee.::: ..:C ,

j for 2, also water closet. Is fully Editor Advocate on application toCAPT.
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'' 44 'i,., In found full commission and furnished to 1,sail except with six bedding.horns Dear Sir:-Can you tell us what the bond on old the Ice let factory of April.The and. also the have Gib- A.Eau BENNETT Gallic, Fla.JEWELERS, Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertili

his Express company means by such a slidIng son houses Washington avenue ,
. I' notice. Owner having regained schedule of rates from here to Savannah been considered as nuisances to the I call the Attention of the People of Indian River Stock ofSt'nplc
.. health, has no further liKe for her. ris toimy
I have been notified
different town and the
Gap 1 The rate on shipments ) owners
H : Inquire of James. PHichanl or Capt. runabout as follows: 55, 00,80 to) Improve them, or they will be condemned Ac: ITfinoy Groceries, 3J"r
Voter Xelson Tltus\llla Fla. where
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I, whl1e and removed.
and 08 cents per crate for beans,
j yacht can be ,"pen.'I' have been at work this week And Food ProductsOf
I' the regular rate to New York, via Ocean Men
' Steamship Co., is (Oil cents per crate. cleaning up the refuse' from the late fire, All Kinds. Also My Stock of

.t"" ; Fine Schr. Yacht for SRle.I Yet wo are compelled to patronize the and wo understand Mayor Brown, with ESTA BUSHEd "1868.JACKSONVILLE Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
I __ Express company on account of the the aid of Capt. IMtchard\ will soon put ,
i J Schooner!' 61 foot over all, 14ft. beam, freight being so slow. It takes Just one men at work on the lot east of the bank, tNOI2i1' Ground Food and Wheat.
.. I 22 Inch draught with sailing' ballast;; I week to Savannah by freight, and throe so that It will no.longer be an eyesore to I am the only house on Indian RIver dealing exclusively;: In the above flu
two at.\tt. >-I'OOItlIl; main oivbln, 1:2x14: and days to Chicago by express. ----------- -----.----- Goods. I buy close, and vrlll sell close. I Invite your correspondence and wi
II I I Oft. Sin. hell << room for crew and galley. Fine W, J. UAOAN. OPEN.:: : : ( / m. L. :EJ RgDTLUMBER
!J I comfortable yacht for cruising on Indian --- -------- -

I, River, Lake \Worth or lllscayne liay. I. About Orange Groves.In .
Will sell cheap for cash.
Farther particulars by writing to New Rockledge Hotel. !
C. If. W., a'recent delightful drive throughthe
' ADVOCATK office, country within the radius of three
Titusville Fit,. miles of Titusville, we noticed that a
I number of the orange groves In that .ON INDIAN RIVER .. .. ... '. And House MatnSash
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Excursion r" vicinity were In quite nice shape, while ...... ...... & Building
I others were practically killed to the

J'' To Roselawn Ostrich Farm, Courte- ground putt of 181)5 during) and the had freeze been abandoned In the early to ookJ.eClge. Florida.: Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Nail!' i

nay, Indian River, 14'11MOIlNINO\. : take people what who coarse were not they disheartened pleased. Those sufficiently H. E. BEMIS, M'gr Mohonk Lake N. Y. B Ul.Id ers' HardwaresIn fact, a complete stock of everything reqll'

Leave 0(0a.: tn. to leave their groves to fate have n building a house. Estimates furnillhed,

ii I Returning from Oouitonay.' ..11 ::00( gone to work and done their best with Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian Riper and lake i
Arriving back at Rookledgo. 12:1)0) n. the shattered remains, and the result Is A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help.
AFTKUNOOX : that the trees so cared for have put on VST" Octagon Crates
Tomato
Leave Rockledge. . 3:03: [ p. m. a line growth again: and In a couple of Orange'grove In full bearing owned by the hotel! Hunting and fishing unsur Warehouses carriers at, Pineapple Titusville Crates.Eau Gallle and Jens**
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Returning from Courtenay. 5:00: () "- years or so will be laden as heavily with moderate.
i Arriving back at Rocklodge 0:00: the luscious golden fruit as before the passed. Prices G. F. PADD1SON

Fare, there and return, Including sight freeze If they are not beset with any fur- J3T", Send for Illustrated circulars. H. P. SHARES, .- EAU GALLIE, FLORID*
of ostriches, 73c.; by the naphtha launch ther set-back between that date and now, Proprietor New Haven Conn.
Pathllmlcr. which hope the owners are looking forward

f'f'c I CAPP. J. KllGlI: several of our townspeople, we are gladto
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;;.;;; say, are included 1 In the fortunate list. eOerr.: MIMS I: :Tr-, e Is

White City.Mr r / /
-' lenth of Jmljjo Cocliraii.We I Dealer In- 1
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John P, Oloson returned from St. ---. 1
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Augustine on Monday night.Mr. are sorry to learn of the sudden

C. T. McCarty, agricultural manager death of Judge H. II. Cochran, of Toledo, I -

of St. Lucie River colony, l attended Ohio, at 11 o'clock p. m., Feb. 22. He The Indian/ River Is very attractive! at this point; aplendid/ fishing etc. The land to *
elder brother of Mr. J. S. Cochran: adapted m Plneal')1les anti
tho Pineapple Growers' Association Is an Herman other Fruits,and la altuate. Rt Ankona just north of the eels
Orove.un
of Dummitt Grove. The deceased was a The J. St &1 I. R R'y rune' through the tat
meeting at Palm Bench this week. 'CD c::> urp ael. For parttuutara\ ,.Idreas tbll property making shipping
owner
man of prominence and ability, and will = -
be greatly missed at Toledo. ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New U ."""fcCDKAUCB
TILE AVER GnocBitv Co. will conduct -
lie was an officer on the staff of Gen. -
their business on the closemargincash .
Negley during the war; was an able law-
basis, as,heretofore.To with distinction on the
yer, serving E W1 .E
bench; had built two railroads and Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Bits, Curry-Combs, etc., etc. Prompt attention givento STZLINGCocoa
Cigar Manufacturers. served as president of these and; one all mail orders. Repairing of Harness and Guns our Specialty. Your patronage -
other, and at the time of his death was a solicited. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. 1lor1cla,

Capt. Jas. Prltchard\ of this place, Informs member and secretary of the Chamberof
the AI>VOCATB that ho will give Commerce of Toledo, and wan also -- IN__....

the use of a two-story building, 30x50/ president of the Miami .t; Erie Deep

,. free tart for a cigar one factory year to In anyone Titusvlllo.who ThisIs will having Water Canal for its association object the, a widening corporation and THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART, Wood and Meti

of the Miami anti Erie canal

sight an opportunity of by cigar maker that should In Florida.not be lost deepening the from Lake the at Ohio Toledo river, Ohio, at ,Cincinnati not only, for to. Made for Sandy Soil, Having... 3-inch Tread. # '* Coffins and Castattention.

traffic, but for military l\rpoaelln-conveying
Sale of the Indian River Steam heavy armored war vessels to the

boat Co'a. Boats, Etc. lake, In ease of war with foreign power der the Zino and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood ea keu. This department II
*. lie will be greatly missed by his management of an experienced Funeral u.11II
brother here, as they had formerly been most Improved methods of emballnlng. Director and Embalmer
AU PI'
t age will be found a legal law partners, and served In the army to orders bl mall or wKDWARD. receive
advertisement calling for the sale of the gether. STILING, Ta
Indian River Steamboat. Co'*, steamers, Cocoa Indian River
fixtures, furniture, etc., on the first =-
Monday In April. Also a parcel oC land For Sale
t at Eau Gallle, and the rlghU of wharf- Protect Yourselves Fir

i age and interest In wharves on' Indian One second hand top buggy and harness from
River, by lease! or agreement. ; In good running order.

J. D. CRABS -

Between Miami and Key Welt. Cocoa, Fla. Roofing of all Kinds
| Steel, Iron:>> Metal shingles, .
FOB SAL BY Ready Rock
etc.; Steel Brick
... The steamer Kontauk will probably For Sale, Stamped Steel Ceilings paper Iron Sidlug;.Corral

take the place of the lost. steamer Shelter EDWARD STILING...... .." ". ..' ...... Building etc.
IsUnd. The negotiations; that have been 'Ten head-good stock cattle: 4 two- THE oms
Binding for the steamer are reported to yei\told heifers, 3 cow and 4 .teera,1price em mAL ROOFI"G a COnUGITJIG'co.
* The Lumber -Hardware and Paint Dealer. .
nare been closed at New York recently f 0 O<, Mul sell at once.Address JDOXE
by Archer Harman, the president of the C., TWICHELL, It I Bsto.fl Jtne
.$" Miami and Key' West Steamboat Com La Grange, Pia. COCOA, Indian River FLORIDA. President 4 General Manager. JIWS.an, 1&


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