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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 13, 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: UF00079909:00017
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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'ol. 3. 3STo. 5. TITUSVILLE, FILA., FRIDA Y. M ROS: : 13, 1896. Price, 5c.



Kcnil<< Thl.s Column Carefully. -Mr. W. W. Ballard, of }Mims gave -Mr. Henry T. Titus has returned to.own. Till: BAHAMAS OOVKKXOK.Ho ::

our office a pleasant. call last 4'rlday.Mr. I -- if"
TUB EAOI.K CLOTHING STOHK In the -1\r..E.( L. Itriuly returned from Visits tlui HUNt Coast.
I ADVOCATE: brick building, Titusvllle, \ E. Porcher, of Courtenay,
paid Titusvllle a visit on Wednesday. West Palm Boach yesterday. luul the
are the leading clothiers on the Kast: An ADVOOATK representative

Const of Florida. Watch their ads on Wednesday was quite a wet and 3. E. COON, Jouson, Is selling\ ; groceries tloiisure of mooting Sir Wm. F. 11 ay lies-

this and other pages, and do not fail itormy day, but yesterday turned out and dry goods at rock-bottom prices, Smith, K.C.M.G., tho aiTablogovernor of

to give them a trial. bright/ bracing and sunshiny. I -Mr. and Mrs. W. II. McFarland aroixpectod tho 11111111I111I1110.1"",, and his aUI-tlt-cnmp (\

BEST line of -Tax Assessor E. W. Unit expects to back liero from Biscayno Bay; 7iM I't. J. D. McLachlan) nt Hotel Royal .f
cl1ndlesGunther'skol'tat return to Sharpen to-morrow( whore ho o-day; or tomorrow.Mr. l'olnl'ilnltho llrst of the week. Gov.
the .
Corner Drug Store.VKV.it will keop the tux books open> until the J. B. Terry, of Southold: 1, X. Y., \layiies-JSmlth wasi accompanied by Lixly
1st of May. arrived In town this week for tlio purxise \laynes-.Sinlth; an.1111'11'1: \HayneH-Sniltl,
bh\nkil100. each; $1.00 per 100, at of looking after his grove and other tho wholo party bl'llIlotho\ guests f>f Mr.I. .
-1\11'. Chas Young, of Eau:; Gallio, returned
the ADVOCATE office.VIIKV .
homo Wednesday, after a successful >roperty, \ 1\(. Flakier: who not only placed
special train at their disposal for it tilr to
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trip to tho West Coast with his
) Arcluloiu'on Bl'own11 hold
11. F. \
\ you want article of liti
a piirf Rye jrnphophono. Augustine, but appeared to doing)
Gin Rum Wine llvlno service at Kan I Gallit on Sunday:
Whiskey or any thing ilit utmost to entertain hlsdistlngulHliiittuoHlH
In tho drink line, send your roi to '-Rov. W. C. Burties, wlfo and little l1'xt. tho l.ltli; hint., at U>::i<) 1\. m. itud; Iu every possible WII)'. 'l'1'"ItOV.'

J. D. CKAIIII, Cocoa, Fla.IP laughter, after spending n few week :):IJI:) 1'. m. 'inor Informed our representative that

it !Siinlbel Islnnil< you want a pair of good-wearing/ ; to Melbourne on Wednesday.Mr. In honor of I lit In Miss Juiinnottu Wllsoii's ind spoko In high terms of tlio klndnesHind

Indies': Oxford shoes! try those nt W. L. Thomas' of Valdosta\ Ga., 8th bht.hdiiy, this (Friday. ) afternoon, cointes.v shown hlmsolf niul party
Julius Kline's, atl.r>0.Gonrgo haM been la town a few days this wuuk, from throo to five o'clock.Mrs. "y Mr.( )Klagler.Governor \ .

looking after liU oranuo' grove, which ho W. K. llootli of Atlanta, aunt I llaynrs-Sinlth tall stately Is it mill rlghNovlal ofTry
gi'iilloman-
!JAUntu: SIIOI'. Jones has opened says Is getting along fahly well. of Mrs. E, [,. \lliady, arrived In town pleasing\ manners,-and m','me.1 l 10hn

a hair dressing establishment at --Mr. G. R. W. Armes is ono of thololly yesterday, on a week's visit to Mr. and I making irlends all round ; no alnworn <.
the ludi.iu Klver Hotel, Tltnsvillo\ ind Mrs. Brady.Mr. !
sojourners at the Royal Volnclaua, Ludy Ilaynes-Sniitli: and her churning
he will be to his old
whore glad: suo (L'nlin Heae h. Mr. Armes shortly! expects Fred Weiulon, of tho Columbus daughter. They wero much pleased'\

and now clistomlI'H.Mml'&Y' to mako sea trip to Biscayne Bay Buggy: Co.* Columbus,. (),, left hero with what; they saw along tho Kast: Const

amI Fort Myers.Messrs rosterduy for Imlliuiola, where ho cxeets of Florida.Just\ .

We want money to loan on llrstre.nl Rol>Mus& Graham left hero > to stop about throo wooks.Mr ut tbls" tlmo it, may interest our
estate Tell cent eailern by giving them condensed.<1 tlesilullon -
The ADVOCATE Printing Office, -The debri of the Into lire, which free of all/ expenses mortgages.to lender. Uanlden pur Saturday last for Miami, to attend tj \ and Mm. J. G. Duncan, of of tho territory over which :Sir
I their various Interests In that section.Mr. \ .
such to townspeople Mount Vernon, Vt., and I their friend,
Tltusville, Fla. was an eyesore our & Sanders, Titusvillo and West Palm William rules. Tho Bahamas unbrace*
and visitors, has been removed-thanks Beach Florida. \ Robbins Is expected, homo to-day, Miss Ingraliani, of Knglewood Conn., chain of islands nbout Ol>0( nilltm In
to our Town Council. but Dr. Graham will stay some time left hero for the Piilm Beach Inn, Palm ongth, extending nearly from tho southeast
two weeks.Mr. .
Zeke Renaker who has been longer-probably Doach, yesterday, Cuba tho const of "'11'1.
-lII1'. ruler of corner of to
NEWS Tins Is what Mr.[ PI ..Biscay
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upending about a month at Lemon City, Bay : "Y l1r material satisfactory \( J. W. Underbill has bOl'l1l'atch- -Mr, Richard iliidwln, who has )boon, ()la. They aro owned. by great Britain.
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[.ud Topics of General Interest. looking after his business Interests, returned nays, and I am well pleased. My\ ing; quite number, of fish from tho attending the !Stnto Agricultural) Collogovt L'huro aro about iXD, ) ) Islets and. rocks,
to town on Saturday last. carpenters say It is llrst class." Send steamboat whin'f this" week. On Monday Lake City, for some tlmo past, returned hut only twenty aro Inhabited tlio prluIpul -
orders and will tho afternoon he caught a channel biisn that to town on Tuesday' to receive (! being Providence Island, upon)
General J. II. Wilson U. S. A. of us you say
your
227":: If you receive a sample copy ofIlio Wilmington: Del., passed through liere, same G. F. Paddison lumber and weighed nearly :IM pounds. Mrs, Under nodical 1 intention for his lineo, which which. Is I luit cleanly-kept capital Nassau
ADVOCATE, It Is an Intimation that Monday, on his way to Hotel Royal building material, Eau Gallio, Fla.SCOTT'S : bill is also making big catches.Mr. ias mado him a cripple' for tho present.Vo which at tho tlmo of tho civil war
t would give us pleasure to add your Polnclana where he said he expected to John Henry of Molbourno \ hopo to Ixmr' of u speedy euro. Tlio In this country. was a noted remlo.vonsor

Lime to our fast-Increasing list of sub- spend a week or two. CAnno-DiOKimvK!: COMTOCNO Is Beach, says ho U not certain n.* to trouble Is said\ totio hereditary.Mr. blockade runners. The entire itrons
I.. 4-JOO<<1<<1 miles and the populations
[uribers. It dues not coat three siiiai'o| ,
you of
the most remarkable remedy, for the whether ho will\ obtain, the position and Mrs. It. D. KnlTiier, of
In of useful about r 0liO() of which about -
Included when -We are receipt a very > onmpiarer
cents week (postage! ) tax but he will bo glad: ,
per various Ills of the llesh that science county assessor, I/'harloston W. Vu., who luivo been enjoying
of Truck : descent. Tho chief
'Insect Enemies of
Liken by the year, and It can be sent to pamphlet on further of the vote and assistance of hiM friends.He the of tho Kant aro European
has produced. For particularssee sights
Garden Prof. O. Cluto many ndiistileH nt\ far tlioAoVOOATIC -
United States and Crops, from ; present-as as
of the or
ion In any part Oth is going to mako a strong light Joasl left lime for Fountain
panada without extra director of the 'IodtlAgl'lcultul'Il Station ad. on lago.1r. yesterday, ciin IOIIl'U-IHO (Ishlng and fruit
expense. Lake City. -Will Knox has left New Smyrnn for JIollhtllthl) home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter cultivation,I ; but tho cultivation of tho

$1.50 per annum, la advance. .- [ J. W. Un.lol'hll1left hero yesterday West Jupiter, where wo fire told ho has Uoodo, South 1IIell>ulIl'no. While InritiiHvlllo (hint producing sisal homp, from which
$1.00 Btx months, -Mr. and Mrs. Ashley, cousins of Mr. for Enterprise to loqk after his been al'poll'1te.llltation agent of the Florida they woro guests of tho Dock lagging und other things, are nmdo Isapidly
*2.00 per an. to foreign, countl'les.rar II. M. Flagler, are among the prominent East Coast Railway.: Will I* a steady, er House, of which they spoke very l'I Increasing/ bounty of one cent
people now stopping at Hotel lioyal: orange grove.Mr. highly.
hard-working( young man, and we are Ier pound on exportation of not less
JOB PRINTING at this office Poinciana for the lieD lion. Mr. Ashley Is and Mrs. F. T. Budge: and twochlldl'on pleased to learn of his promotion. -Capt, J. D. McLachlan\ who Is. on hail llvo\ tons being ottered by tlio govM'limont. -
becoming quite an expert bicyclist.Miss and Mrs. II. C. Budge
and Mr. IMnoanploH aro largely export"id
-Mr. and Mrs. Frank C. Boll of Hotel tho stall of Hlr William F. llaynes-Smltli, "
C. M. Parish, who Is visiting left here, Wednesday, for Miami whel'e1I1r. of tho Bahamas, Informed anADVOOATK to tho UllltCt'illtOK/ ; also omngec.
have boen governor
GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" AN Miss Leila Anthony of this place, paid ]F. T. llu.lge111 open a hardwarestore. Arapon.; Atllmta. spending a representative that his visit Sir A mlll'oMo'Ihea/ must, bo given llio
lDVT. It Is Good Advertising Me- will be assisted in tho couple of weeks or so on the Eust Coast.
a He manngoment -
Mr. and )[rs. Geo. Hall, of Sliarpes, a have been the sights of to; the EiMt Const was n most delightful credit for working up tlui sisal hemp lulus
tlium for those who want to Incl'el1lletheir Hall of the business by his brother, They enjoying but It will not bo long Sir
ero
week. Mrs.
of the
visit the first Palm leach this weok making Hotel ono, and that the appearance of things In try;
[ business. was a schoolmate of Miss Parish in Valdosta Mr. II. C. Budge. headquarters.rapt. fenoral was fur buyond bis expectations.I'lio William F.) Hnynus-SmllU: will\ bo adding. ,

poclety aDel General Goiislp In connection Ga. Miss Parish loft for Fort "Your people could not lind better UOYI\ll'olncll1nl\ kind mil n lIe1' In which ho had been to tho Industries! of tlio llalmma Islands\ ,

with BUcayno Buy, Lake Worth Indian, Pierce this morning, on a short..vislt.In man for county judge than Minor S. Ernost Goodall) who has Loon .reateil by Mr, Fluglur would not suona and, thereby Improving\ the lot of tholooplo.

Itnnann aoel Halifax. : Ulvorn Key Went another column will be found. an Jones," said .a gentleman who called at spending several wooks cruising on Indian > forgotten. \ Iu this Issua of tho Anvot'ATN:
this week tuid River In Ms lino yacht Xemo, left vo publish mi .advt. from the govuruor,
thKnxt the ADVOCATE olllco we
mill all other Important 1'olntn along ;
ad. from Sir William F. Haynes-Smith, President F, H. Goodyear of lluf
with him for have tor HoabroeBe:! on Tuesday, whore ho lias whit Is anxious to got a thoroughpruutl{ -
of Flnrliln. Itrlcf mention 01 I certainly agreed we
Coaat
K. C. M. G., governor of the Bahama f"lo. N. Y., who bus been spending sisv-
found Judge Jones honest and boen visiting liln father and mother, who (ml! man/ as Instructor of ngriuulturu./
Partiof
IntnrontliiR Kvent from Varlou Islands who is anxious to appoint ah always oral weeks I at the Koyal I'olnclana loft
all his dealings.Mr. rccouUy purchased the \Volxeley prop' The BahaiintM; oxociillve! Is 1 in tho hands
the World I About People You Know instructor in agriculture for the above straightforward for homo Monday, In his pilvato carSlnnemalionlnjf. '
erty. From HI'\hl'eo1.o he will leave for of tlio governor and a council!I of ujnonombers
and People You Don't Know Fluked Islands. D. S. Hutchinson, of Trenton his homo In !San ford, Mo. Tho Nemormnlii Ills. wife and children ; and thero 1..lIn electlvo hunsoif
up by Our Society'.;Editor an.lallulCe..aft State-Comptroller L. B. Wombwoll N. J., who has been in :st. Augustine a trip of :.2ilt! ( miles In 88:1: hours, wero with him\ llo Informed an AKVOCATK assembly of :'M mumbers. Nassau IsHiiUI
of Correspondent mattered along tlte passed through here, Monday, on the since January, arrived In Titusvillo, burning( ):) gallons' of naphtha. She reporter that his stay at Pulm to bo UOO miles! from Key WttHt amilavnna
Kant Coast of t'lorldn.. way to his home in Tallahassee'after a Wednesday, to spend\ a few days with will bo hauled out on Nelson's ways Beach was n must enjoyable ono, and and (MO miles from Kingston,
trip south to inspect the camps of the his old friends. .From here he will go until!\ next winter hat; his daughter's health had groullympro'vod. Jamaica.
convicts engaged the construction of to Lake Worth. Mr. Hutchinson was I \ Mr. (ioud.voar( who Is president (Sir Haynos-Smith vacateil the govitrnorshlpof -
[WHERE to stop. See list of hotels on the Florida East Coast Ry. extension. formerly the owner of the Indian River -Hon. Dwight Tuttle, Wm. Woodward of tlio Buffalo' .Niisquehanim/ R'y, tho Leeward Islands for ilia llammas -
our 7th page. hotel property in TltusvlUe.Mr. and Isaac Brown, throo prominent will vngugo a mil 1,0 of rooms early Iu the Koveruorshlp; but us tha salary
-You" can' always find some Interest- Simon Hamberg, who has been con residents, of New Haven, Conn., arrived season next ,('ur. He npoko In veryaltering of the laltor place U loss than that of tho
fined in Orlando jail: during the past two Ed. Hartensteln after spending last for the
inside / In town Saturday purpose ( terms of Manager Merrill und tho d. 'no' qultaindorstaml
matter on our AOVOOATK: )
| reading pages.Mr. former
ing
months, on a charge of setting lire to a couple of weeks In St. Augustine, has of. .looking after their property. Mr. ils. One hotel.Oonc. the
1
F. A. Lesley left for Lemon City his store in December last, was released gone to Jacksonville, where ho expects Tuttle has had live men at work In his why, present: Kovwrnorwho ,.11)
| on Monday. from jail on Friday: last( on a $2,000 to remain a fortnight. From there he orange grove this week, attending to the to Jluy the J ron. -roars' colonial'Is well-trim oxpoi'loiico.olllcer I\ntl.lx or over as aliitUh
bond. He arrived in town the same day. will sivll for New York, In company with trees. All the above gentlemen; left hero, nhoulil, thonljova
-Mr. Chan. K. Kenyon paid a visit to governor accept;
York B. B.
the members of tho New
their home.
| Daytona and other points this week, -Mr. Will Lee JeiTcrs who has been Club all of whom are friends of Mr.Hartensteln. Wednesday told,us on that there way was Ice In Mr.Brown the. Mr. A. O. JtuHllfJlI. of Cincinnati, ()., olllce/ when ho wan. really on tit led
working in the interests of Hotel Windsor who recently l'urdIRllotll1lJIIO: ( acres of to a better one. Ho entered tho Horvlcoif
"'7Ed. Stiling, of Cocoa; Is said to have New Haven river this week, and I that It
several bo- IImllnenr lias boon Giilanii In
Jacksonville, spent day< NifbiMtlan, spending IlillUli\ sollcltor-gunoral/
| the largest: stock of hardware on hand hind the tiesk: of the Royal Poinciana -Mr. James Rollly, a well known and was very cold iu bis lI ato. Wo acknowledge 1\ few iluys wltli his son, Willis at I lie 11411: .*>, and In nlno years bconmu attor
[ on the East Coast.Contractor this week, owing to the illnohs of one of prominent contractor, of Now Haven, a. pleasant call from the abovu gontlemen. Itoyul Polnclnmi. They. left for, Orlando, luy-gcneral which otllco bo holil.uiitllIHXH. .

Louis McLaln: passed the clerks. Mr.\ JetTers is well known Conn., accompanied by his charming: I Vow Orleans and Cincinnati on Monday, After nerving tho Diltlsh gOVftl.IDfOnt .
through here, Monday, en route to( St. along/ the East Coast and has many and musical daughter, Miss Kittle passed -It Is certainly a hifrd: matter for anti wbllo away will ]ItllI'chAIIII tlio \Iron all thoso bis !great executive: !
Augustine and Jacksonville. friends. through Titusvllle, Saturday last en managers; of large hotels ilko Hotel For u ten-mllo railroad I from the main I iblllty was rewarded by giving him thoov
route to Hotel Royal Pelnclana; on a Royal I'olocllmand Palm Bouch Inn to lino of the Kast: (Coast Railway to the ; rnornhlp of thfllcewahl IslaniiS. u
"'":Sir. Vf n. Ormes Is now the obliging -Prof. Chas. B. Cory Is still busily visit to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald. pteiiso the varied tastes of the largo centre of tliflr land. They will also'lmy The Bahamas are uxcuodlngly) fortunafon
chief room clerk of Hotel HoyalPolnclana engaged at Palm Beach putting every Informed our reporter that fence In several thousand sucli and
Miss Rellly number of /guests, who gather at these the wire to securing a good governor,
and Is making many friends.Mr. thing in order at his museum. New she was enjoying herself Immensely,at bostehlus. In conversation with many acres of land for K md ualtle.Mr. wo hope tho residents of tlio alwivo I-

and Mrs. Ladd, who have been captures are being added the sole dally, andeverythlng'ls Palm Beach. people from different states of the Union A. O. !IliisSi'll Is, the president of auds will\ appreciate him und tils family,
stopping in town for about couple of done at wholo expense heart -Miss Jennette Paddlson entertained Rn VOCATK: representative discovered the United (State\ I'llntlng" Company 1 ind make their stay at Nassau an enjoy.ablo .
months, left for( St. Augustine on Tues of Prof. Cory, who has and his : a party of her friends last night at tilt! the fact that'a large majority of tlIOIOatopplnA' said to bo tuio of thlt, LirgHiit. printing ono. '
day. In the work of eroctidg compiling a residence of Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddl at the .above hotels spoke In establishments. this country.Tho Governor Haynes-.Smltli, I.ady Haynes
museum that Florida may feel proud of. At of the In which .. Hmlth Miss Ilavnes-Wn.ltli and Captain
son, a delightful time being spent. very high terms manner -- - ,
-Mr. and Sim. R. R. McCormtck and .There will be quarterly conference tho close delicious Ice cream and cake they wero being treated by ;ManagersHenry VaiKlerMIt 1'nrty.Mr. MuLuchlan left Palm Bench for Nassau
Mr. and )[rs. W. F. McCormick\ of services, conducted by Rev. A. E. House were acrve.!. Those present were : Mr., W. Merrill and Fred titerry. Both Tuesday afternoon. Mr. II. M, Flnglericcompanlo (
Cocoanut Grove, left Palm Beach last holder, at the Methodist church on Sat and Mrs. W. M. Woodward, Mr. and thexo hotels were crowded on .Saturday Coronellus Vanderbllt's special : week, on a trip to Nassau.Mr. urday and Sunday next, the Htli and Mrs. C. S. Schuyler the Misses Ida 1C. and 'Sunday liutt,-The Inn having been train passed through TUusvlilo about lays' visit to Nassau, as the gtiontcf! tluigovernor.

\ J. G. Bast after spending a few 15th Inst, as follows I : Quarterly confer Bates, C. )f. Parish ((Valdosta, (;a.), SalHe compelled to turn guests awuy.Mrs. live o'clock: Monday afternoon, en route ; Mr. and Mrs. E.': M.\ Ashley

days very pleasantly with friends at ence on Saturday at 10.-IW: A. m., preach' Hall (Sharpes), Leila Anthony and John Green accompanied bylu to I'alm Uf'1\I. b. The party on the live, ,tlso went to Nassau, as Sir WilliamllaynesSmlth's :
Daytona, returned to Titusvllle on Sat Ing at 7 p. m.; on Sunday love feast at Messrs. (7. II. Walton and I'. G. Walton >-r brilliant and cultivated daughter/ elegant: private curs of the above mtiltlmllllonalio guests.

urday afternoon last. 10 a. m., followed by preaching at 11 a. -A party of ladles and gentlemen,' MUs Florence who arrived at tho Alcazar were: Mr. and Mrs. C. Vnn I --

-Mrs. R. P. Paddison spent from Sat m. and 7SJO: p. m. All are Invited to be who are spending the winter at_(Jocou, St. Augustine; from Atlanta, tlioearly lerbilt. Ml** Gladys Vanderbllt. Miss Instructor In AgricultureWuntctl.
present. visit In-Sir. of Inst week have been upending G. }[. Vanderbllt, Miss Gerry Miss\
urday until Monday at Eau Gallic, on a paid Titusvllle a Monday, part .
visit to Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Paddlson and -Mr. Warren F. Leland, proprietor of Geo. Huston's naphtha launch, Callle.' several days at Tho Inn Palm Bunch; Ulshop, Miss, Sherman MUs Morton,
Miss Annie Faddison. Hotel Windsor Jacksonville, returned On board were : Mr. Geo. Huston and and I'la/.a hotel, JUwkludgu, with which MlMt. Towunend, T. F. Cufthlngn, I.. The of the Bahamas will
home Saturday evening last after a visit family of Chicago; Mr. Wm. Huston places they are'dellghted. The above Stewart C, Ward. Hmlth D. Wlnthrop, governor the of
-Miss Uaynes-Smith, of Nassau, was Poinciana. As caterer to Columbus O. and Informed that II. P. Whitney 1'. Lydlg live maids and shortly proceed to appointment
to the Royal a and family, of ; Mr. ladles our representative : Instructor In Agriculture wluno
enjoying Palm Beach's bathing on .Mon the wants of tho traveling public, Mr, Wm. Walton and family; .of Chicago. they Intended going to Nassau; but asMr Four valet.*. Tliey returned from Palm an duties would be to travel amongst, the
day morning. As a swimmer she will Leland has been very highly complimented They, reported having had a delightful *. Green had other places to visit ere Ltenoh on Wednesday, and will\ vUlt, Islands and teach by practical demonstration
soon make a good record. by all of the ADVOCATE: subscribers trip, and thought Titusvillo quite a alee returning to Georgia; it was decided to Charleston and Alkeo, 8. C., Washington the principals. of sound ami-
* -The "seven" supper, given in the and their friends who have little place.. We acknowledge a pleasant postpone the trip until next nuason.Miss and other places/ on their way to I cultural methods amongst tho peopto.

Cray building last Friday night for the stopped at the Windsor this season.Mrs. call from the Misses Walton. 'and \ Green Is a very tiao singer, having New York. Candidates should pohnesH a competent!
benefit of the Presbyterian church was Leland accompanied her husband, Huston while In town. studied music In New York for nearly knowledge and bo able to afford orally,
Wife
well attended the receipts amounting to and both stopped at Hotel Ormoud en two years. They made many friends In Your and on paper such Information respect
over $30. route home. Palm Cottage, Itockledge. the short time they were on the East Ing the budding and cultivation of the
Florida. Will relish bottle of Felgenspan'sNewark
Coast of a and fruit
wishing mechanical work best sort of orange'
Parties grape
Boarding $1.30 per day. Special rates (N. J.) India pale ale. anclpackrng
Iiojr Cheeks will do well by calling on Dr. Dodnon, trees the best methods of grading
West Palm Beach; and trying/ his unexcelled by the 'WMk or month. Excellent cuis For Hale, the produce, and of the cultivation
ahead of ine. P. WICBJ: AH.SKXD Sale and of tomato* potatoes
Produced Newark platft- They are way Orange AVIne for shipment ,
Fclgenspan'c. stick to kind of a onions and early vegetables for tha
out- any ,
(X. J. India anything yet second hand and harness
aJe.Shlpman
) pale One top buggy
mouth. M. D. L. Doosox. to 3* It. Crabb- coa.- for pare In ono, two and live-gallon demijohns, United States markets.
old X C. Cora Whiskey, $:.1.25: per gaL ; In good running order.J. ten-gallon keg and barrels; also In two- Preference will be given to a man

Mule Wanted.'A X. E. rum same price.Remember. P. CIIAUD, dozen pint and one-dozen quart case with good experience In similar work laFlorida.
For Sale Cocoa Fla.
Engine ,
Prices W.OO, f&'XI: and a-j.CO In demijohns .

With boiler burning- coal oil two- medium-sized or small mule, not IAntLony ; $1.79, In keg.l' $1.50 In barrels; Application* with original testimonial '
horse ; of and sound. Pleas Fine Watclic, $3 per two nt., $4 one dozen to be addresed to *
be with ton age
Can years
power engine. aeon over ) full line oi In CAKT. J. D. McLACiiuur A. D. C.,
Bios ,
Capt. J. E. Herbert state price. When writing address carry a quarts, cases.
$74.
Apply to n.,J.Daytona Tirnw r, price TMOS. DApeRLY, Jewelry musical merchandise' and opu... Clocks and Jewelry repaired by Anthony ;, Address, Tiion. DArrEBix, Government HOUM.%
Conrtenay, Ha. Courtenay, Fla. cal good* at West Palm Beach. Bros., West Palm Beach, Courtenay Ia. Xassau, M. IVV






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2 INDIAN :RIVER ADVOCATE :MAKOH 13. 1896.

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l ji 8MXnII'IEfI.: BTC.Firee advanoement, are subject to impeachment number fully one-half of the delegate W.&nED'-8e..l trustworthy gentle-

by tbe party In convenbloa assembled over whose seats there Were no contests. men or ladles to travel In Florida for
There''were'also: present 43 r'established,reliable' honse. Salary$780
and and: may be deposed twin leader 22. out ot and position. Enclose
Steady
expenses.
members of the old State Central Com- self-addressed
ship.We reference and ,
do not believe that; Issue will be mittee. tamped envelope. The Dominion
Masons
Accepted
: taken upon the soundness of the above The party organized by this convention Company, third floor, Omaha Build-

proposition and we pass to a,consideration Impeached and repudiated the party ing, ,Chicago, Ill.Genuine.

of the evidence presented to the leaders who had abused their trust, bad

j Indian j i'\ Titus vllleFla. convention that the powers entrusted to forgotten that they occupied position Bargains
Hlvcr .
i p I Lodge.Holls No. 00 the old leaders had been grossly abused, tbat requited them to act judiciously

and that a free expression of the party'. and Impartially toward all competing -

I Its meeting the neoonil and fourth Friday will\ through tIle regular channels. had elements In the party, repudiated bo s- IN' REAL ESTATE.No. .

of ewh" mouth at the Court house Titus. become Impossible. Ism and ring rule, and re-organized the 1
villa) at 11:110: |>. m.II. .
: P yirh
r K., Wilson Worshipful l Master. The delegations came up to the convention party upon Just principles. 1. Twelve acres of hammock

1 A. '1'. Feaster, Senior Warden. from each ,of the :counties of The new organization baa with, it tIle land at Sharpes postotlice: about 300 feet

Heo. W. Scoble, Junior\ Warden. Duval, Escambla, Hlllsborough\ Nassau, strong republican counties of AlacHua front on Indian River, and runs back to

/ Joseph Mondol, Secretary Leon and Dade. It was in e-vlclonce\ before and M"rlon{ ; ,the bent element of the republican county road; has upon it a house of six
J. M. Dixon, treasurer. Duval rooms almost new; cost of house( $1,000;
1C F. Hall Senior: Deacon. the convention that In tbe case
I, A. Cleveland, Senior I Steward: Duval county, the call for primaries l had counties, embracing Jacksonville and grove of 500) large bearing trees, In fine

4 /'has.; II. Walton, Junior Steward. announced the hour for :meeting In 'tbedifferent' Penaacoli, the white republican organizations condition before the freeze, and will\ soon

precincts as 8 o'clock: p. m. i of South Florida, The old machine recover and bear good crop. Remainder
of land cleared and Is of best quality for
,
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. Is left with the black belt counties
Although the clocks, the railreada and vegetable farm. This property was held
ftomlnole I/oilae, No.ee.holds Its meeting at the business of Jacksonville are all regu- where tbe old republican vote has not firm at $0,000 one year ; will\ sell to-
the Court hones, the tint four Thursday even-
\pigs of each month,at 8 o'clock p. m. lated by standard time, and we have a been brought oat for many years, and day for $3,800; $1,000> cash and $2,200

D. I): PBITCUAUD, J.T. RZYNOLPM.l statute of the state adopting standard cannot be polled under existing conditions. may remain on mortgage. This Is a
C. 0. K. of R. &; 8.l. most desirable place for a home, good
"I dd time whenever hours The vital forces of the party are
l specific are mentioned
location close to postofflce school,
,
I l. INDIAN RIVER QUARD8.IJrlll yet'the precinct leaders affiliated with the new organization. It Is not a church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The SAFETY I COMFORT I QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

I with the Egan'faction, were present with lilly-white party, for with the exception bare land alone Is almost worth the
at the .Armory over county Jail every Fluent Cuisine and Service No Tranlfer between Jacksonville and
i fiieHilttjr.. evening >ln the month, at 8 o'clock.A. their supporters and called primaries of Joseph II. Lee, it boa in its ranks the price asked. New vurt j
'f .T. b'KAHTKB,Captain The Fleet la composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comancte"
i to order at 7:30: p. m. or 8 o'clock local ablest and most eloquent leaders among No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof "

'. time railroaded their colored republicans. Such names as eight rooms, artesian well, large por; (new) "Algonquin "Iroqnols, "Cherokee "$ !
-- -- ------- -- -- ----- through delegatesto emepk k
,jiti t CHUIICHE8.Kf the county convention and adjournedthe Henry W. Chandler, of Marion; and tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel propertyat North-Bound.
Eau Gallle. The land
Sarno near
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11 meetings, so that in some instances Coleman, of Alachua, who were elected alone is worth more than price we quote, 'Steamer are appointed to sail according to the tide.

I, I t Et18C PAL CHURCH. the lights were out and the balls closedat by it as delegates to St. Louis, are a $2,250. The owner refused $$5.000 a year From From CHARLESTON JACKSONVILLE B.FLA.(J., .(calling. .at Charleston. ), Mondays.Sunday, Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thuhda.

I tI. I I ''i:. montli.atll Itrvloe tbe. m.lit and and. ,7SH: 3rd p. m.Sunday Sunday. In school each 8 o'clock p. m. standard time, when guarantee to the colored (republicans ago. He must sell without delay, and For hour of gulling see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston IIlllr and p Pn,,:

II -., very tluudsy. at 11:80: p. m. Evening prayer at the opponents of the Egan faction that they will be treated fairly. At the has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,250 South-Bound.
"t B p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany ..nIce every cash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. .
t I Friday at It a, ... reached the meeting places. The Jgan; same time it has been recognized that Steamer are appointed to; gall from Pier 21), Kant River, New York, at 3 p. m.. as ,
.1' 3. One hundred and thirty-six For S. fulloWl';
t Ray B. F Itiiowit, Rector. delegates were elected by a the party cannot hope for recruits from CHARLESTON C. Monday, Wednesilaysan l '
I't' county con- and 85-100 acres of land at New River. For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Moudaj*, Wednesdays and, FrtJ
vention packed by such methods and among the thousands of native white
I ., 'I Three-quarters of a mile water front.
,, MBTHQDlrVr CHURCH. and the authorities of the party instead people of the state who are actually republicans Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and -

t't'I Services at Tltusvllle every first,Reoond and of adopting measures to scrupulously as far as republican doctrinesare 8 of section 13, township 50, south of Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .
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I -H: ', third tlabbath at 11 a. and T p. m.| Sunday 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
t k nhool, at W o'clock. a.tn.every Suniluy\ Epwortfi protect every republican in the exerciseof concerned, until the party was rescued range
\ i1 .. whole tract, or less than $7.50 acre ( BART LINE
League at 8 per ; )
|I" every Sunday; Prayer meeting
from rule and it had been
i his condoned and ring established
r.' o'clock just rights profited will take
7 The $10 in
". every Tburaduy ninlit. public are or we per acre forty
I Cordially Invited to attend our services. by the methods outlined above, if they as its settled policy that the acre tracts. We believe a )purchasercan Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate Landing!,,

? F. M. C. EADB, Pastor, elements possessing the intelligence, sell this land and double his the St. Johns River
did not actually plan them
character and ability should dominateIt
:a fi PRKHIITTBTRIAJf CHURCH. The McMurray delegation was elected without regard to race; and under money run as through soon as the steamers canal beginto next The elegant Iron Slde-wheellteamers:!

I convention made of the new organization it has been established "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k De '
Service every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and T JO p.m. by a up delegates December. We own this land our- Bary'
tm: Sunday nohixil .at I u.i& a. in., Chas. Gardner: elected at primaries to which all repub- upon these principles. selves, but need money to develop other Leave Jacksonville, Dally except Saturday at 3:JO p. m. Returning Leave Sanford Dally
Hunt' Prayerraeeting on Wednesday evening As representatives of the republicansof Sunday, 11 a.ID., Enterprise!: 9.80: a. in. m!
at 7:.MI. Tlie puliMo' ara cordially invited to at licans were Invited, called to ,order by Brevard and Dade counties knowing enterprises, hence offer It at a price
n tend our(ervieeg.. which will insure early sole. Buy this SOUTH OU.ND.
, H. M. GOODELL, Pastor.WAPTI8T Standard time, and at which aa oppor- your sentiments upon these questions as laud and double your money. Read down. SCHEDULE. I NU1lTH Read Bu5

tunity was given for a full and free expression expressed In the conventions which Leave.. 8.30 p. m. ......................... Jaekeonvllle............ ............ ArrIVe yx ap..
,4' CHURCH. of the party's will. elected us, we conceived that we could No. 4. The north three-fourths of 8.411 p. m. ............................l'aJatka............................ Leave
t not truly represent you except by join- southeast quarter of section 7, and of :: 8.00 a. m. ........... ........... Astor .. .. .... .. OOOp
Preaohlegevery neaond and. fourth Sunday, In Esoambla county the supporters of Ing In the movement which has resultedIn lot 4 of section 8, i In township 88, south 4.8B a. m. ..........................Bt. Francln..........:...:.......... 8.00p.1.30.
; 1.1 morning and evening. I'ruyer Meetings every :: 5.30 a. m. ....... ... Beredord........................... ..
., WedneHilay,., evening at 7.00,' o'clock. Sunday the machine resorted to even more A School every Rummy at 9:49: a, in. Also '.rewh, methods. Delegates and alternates have been appointed This tract has a large frontage on the Arrive.. 8.30 a. rn. ............... ............I\anford........................... 11.30.
iiiirnrat Sunday, at Ladrange; Heoonil' Sunday, to St. Louis, and the republicans St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad 9211 a. m............................Entel'J>rI8e... ........ .............. r 000..:aat
lhtkHill. All are cordially; Invited to attend. The call for the primaries announced
{ b of this lower East Coast for crossing. Price $15 acre.
were, per Gen'l
Passenger and Ticket
? 1 }, II. A. OEIURR, Pastor. that they would be held at 12 m., whichis the first time. recomlzed upon the dele- Office, 204 W. Bay St., JacksonvllliJ. !
No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32
township
( ; 1'' CATHOLIC CHURCH. ordinarily understood to mean 12: noon( gation. New State and District Com- 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 .A.LERLIB,Supt. JKO.L. HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt. F.M.IRONMONGER, JB., Fla,Tm,
ti
t ttft mittees have been formed, and presidential
but In one of the important precincts acres. This tract has a of JACKSONVILLE
0 Services at 10 a, m every. Sunday in electors nominated. At the quarter a FLA.
j $. +f; catechism Church building,, North.Tltnsvllle, Lrblldren's(; the tools of the machine got a meeting time candidates for congress will proper benomlnat.ed mile front on the St. Lucie River at TBEO.O.EGGZR,T. M., A.J Cots,General Passenger Agent, M. It.CLYDE,A.TlI
at 3
1 p m.REV..J. F. O'BovtaRector. together at 12 midnight; and elected by District Conventions. In Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre. 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.

tholr delegates to the County Conven the meantime the old machine will en- No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, & Bowline Green Now WM. P. CLYDK CO., General Agent,

tion. Naturally, such methods led to deavor to create confusion and discordIn fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton York. It So. Delaware Av.,PnUadelphk

two Conventions and the party, by endeavoring to appoint Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut
two delegations
County -
\ MothersAnxiously different committeemen and possibly Grove. Price 5000. This price may --- _. .
from'Escambla -- --
i county. naming presidential electors other than seem high, but if you will try to buy any --- -- --

These are two striking Instances of tbe those placed in the field with the aid of land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good

; watch declining health of methods employed to perpetuate the the votes of your delegates at Tallahassee. location, you will get your eyes opened Southern
We trust there will be no division to asked In that .
as prices section. This
their daughters. So many are cut off rule of the faction In control of the party :
u l n In the party in Brevard and Dade. That tract is the only desirable parcel we
by consumption In early years that machinery, and responsible to the party appointments from the old machine will have left fronting on Biscayne Bay

there is real cause tor anxiety. 'In for a just use of the powers( delegated to be refused, that all republicans will. The price asked $5,000, will yield us a RaIlway.

i' the early singes, when mot beyond them. The delegates elected by these work harmoniously for the upbuilding fair profit, and we are satisfied that .
j the reach of medicine Hood's Sarsaparilla of the the lines laid down,
. methods party upon nothing similar can be had at a much
r; l s' ; will restore the quality and were designated by tbe chair- and that the right band of fellowship higher price. This tract will no doubtbe ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

f quantity of the blood and ,thus give man and secretary of the State Com- shall be extended to those who have sold within a few weeks.

good health. Head the mittee and placed on tbe role as the regular formerly affiliated with other parties but
following( letter: THROUGH
believe In republican principles, and to No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
tilt la but Just to write about my delegates, and the other delegations this end may we all work together for close to the depot and post office at Mal- COMPARTMENT

",h daughter Cora, aged 19. She was com were styled contestants. These regular the success of the grand old party. abar. Large house with upper and lower CARS, DINING CARS,

pletely ran down, declining,bad that tired delegates wero given seats and votes In GKO. M. BOBBINS, veranda, costing 100000. 7 rooms; in THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS

t'i' feeling, and friend Mid she would not the convention. Among the delegates JAMES: PAINE, fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn QUICK
etc. Most all the land is cleared 100 TIME TO ALL POINTS
: live over three months. She had bad Brevard to State ; NAMED.
it a unseated was Mr. Garland, your delegate County Delegates large/ seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This "

from Dade, his place being filled by a Convention. will make a nice home for anybody.' NORTH AND BAST.
:NORTH AND
colored man from that county who had C. J. ScnooNMAKKA, Good neighborhood. Price only$1250.00.No. WEST.
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QUO SI. KOB1UNS,
r Coughand called together a few colored men at Proxy for J. T. Bassett, 8. We offer tract known as "As- No. at 1'1'0.' ae :No. 13

West Palm Bench, under instructionsfrom I Delegates to 2nd District Convention plnwall," containing about 11)0\) acres, In All Train. Short U. .. Clu'tland: HO.T'FlorhU
section 14, township 27 south Dolly. LIDO M..& All Train. Dally.Jacksonville '' "
seemed tile chairman of the State Committee from Brovard. range 37
tp nothing to do her any good.; I Beautiful Limited Hall. ria.Ltd. Erprs'
east.
large front
I:1: I happened to read about Hood's Barssparllla and had had himself elected to fill J. M.\ GARLAND, at mouth ,of Banana River, on peninsular -
to State and District Conven- One T. vi .
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Delegate o. II
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and bad giver It a trial. From the Mr. Garland's position. The many prom- of most prominent points and prettiestcoves ..P' ... am 8.0 pm Lv... F. 0. P. T
tier tions from Dade II 1.0 :
; county. =at PIU pm v.r.ben theM.0. 1 ....,
ri very first began to get better inent and respected citizens of Dada on the river. Splendid situ for e r.... J pm M. mill
bJa, uth.rD,... F' Mdoon Southern ...... im
winter residences. era
1 Alter taking a few bottles ibe was completely Very deep water "
who have for voted the tie .... 10
cured and her health baa been the years republican close to shore. The best bargain ever e I :: = am It lChtit.no..,'. :::::: .. m u"

l beet ever alnee." MRS. ADDIS PECK, ticket, will doubtless appreciate the attention pOMAR & THOMAS offered. Price $3,250.00, or about $17.50 : J. run' ,u'r.II II t am Ii m r-" Ctnlaetnn.tl. *). *O..::{. ...L. ,m
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Ut 13 Railroad Place, Amsterdam, N. Y. bestowed on their affairs by the per acre. Was held at $10,000 two years ew .rkPena 1phi! pm pm Ii IUJ\IUD__ --, 'Jf xempn"iiMMUtT.z. o. H." B B. lO1OPrii 31--Y.. ,.
I 1 chairman of the old State Committee. ago.
"I will sly that my mother has not 1'1'00' 1. It.Jacksonville, Plaat 8.. ..........
fl j mated my case In aa strong word as 1 Tbe convention, as thus constituted, I NOTE:-The above descriptions will 'I'Ian..b .b. 00I.ata4.f tbo ..,." DaUI' Are ;flooUterao5a .....". ........ 9 C

' l Would have done. flood's Bar**par Ilia proceeded to elect Hon. Joseph E. Lee Tinners and Plumbers. enable customers to locate the several H' o e, A ........... Atlanta, .. ............ .. ..........1 III
4 properties very closely by examining ...........1 E !:.--
boa truly cured me and I am now well." secretary of Mrs Egan's committee, II M 8o.t .na.............. m It
V one of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com- Ar Oha&t"'OOIr '.-. .... .........' pa
VeRA PECK, Amsterdam, N.Y. chairman, although his seat, as a delegate pany's railroad maps, but we will be ktS. ........................ O1uolDn&tI, ..0.... .. .. ... ... __ .rL..A.h.fne
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I i Be sure to get Hood's, because from Duval, was contested, and his Galvanized Iron Gutteringand pleased to send special maps on a large :... .p... ... pm"pili. > am.i southern. iT JU f p pm..n.:..
< Jy8prlnlfaKCH..a.! ..
It ....:.:..:: 116 pm
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right to sit In the convention at all was scale, on application, to parties who AreEn0i 511,4.0 ........ ....,. f. m lilt. LoIUII,Cairo Bb. LJ.i 0 lIS :.......oO
mean business and Intend to buy, if they IWD .. ....,...... .,. ... ... .. .:. .. ...... ......
to be tried; and he, as chairman, appointed Tanks a Specialty Short brsta.le.ve .
r-\ can find such .rett for Bl'1ID8Wicli.
HoodsSarsaparilla bargain aa 0:21
they want. Po 1Do,0:10 p. m. Through Pullman : a m. 'I'II: .. 10.. 10:00: a m. :Ja p.m..III:
tbe
committee on credentials to sleeper,.lacboDnlle to ClDolDDati 'ria ..,:vWe.
GRAHAM
BOBBINS
+I'F'I pass his own case and that of the other jy Estimates given on work, and ft Co, For full Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway

Egan delegates whoso seats were con Correspondence Solicited. Tltusvllle, Fla. System, or its connections.
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tested. It Is needless to say that the W. A.
TUSK
tithe One True Blood Purifier.All druggist,L committee of nine so appointed was POMAR & THOMAS, -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, 0Po.... Agent. T.H.0"portJateDdon.GREEN" .. J.Tnllo M. GULP Maaeger: fl*. H. HARDWIOI .
At.
Awit. Pam.
Prepared only by flood A Co.,Lowell,Has*. packed.. Only one Gunby man was given Titusville, Florida. No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three $15 Washington D. 0. _Washington. D. 0. WIWhID.toa.. D. 0. Sen. Atlanta.Oa
Tltusvllle Fla. .
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1 are purely a place upon It. The gentleman elected W, D. ALLEN,

Hood' Pills, liable ami taL96a as assistant secretary of this packed convention Florida Paxwnger. Agent,
**West
had no seat In it, being one of r.bruary 3d. 18W. Bay Street,JACKSOKVtLLB:,, FLA.

A NEW ORGANIZATION OF the Egan contestants from Hlllsborougb A Boon to Florida _

eounty; but Hon. P. E. McMurray of -

I, : THE 11EPUBLICAK PAll- Jacksonville was denied the privilege of WE

TY IN FLOUIDA. addressing the convention upon the .

Duval contest on the ground that he was Water, Works for Your Homes DELIVERA :i :i { -

Editor ,
Advocates not a member of that body.
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1 Dear Sir :-We desire, through the The machine and nothing but the ma- ) Piano
Etc under Control .
V eolumn of your valued paper, to put chine had been In evidence ever since Jour own .Iv or Organ

briefly before the republican of Brevard the convention met, and when the report;

and Dade counties the reaoona which of the credentials committee came In I to \T YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with subj t
approval after a trlaltn complete outfit,
led us, aa their representatives In the giving all of the Egan delegates seats, YOU FURBISH THE WATER; WE DO r thoroughly latlsfied. Our prices house. No house required ad
; are low
a States
; tate and district conventions at Tallahassee and the chair proceeded to rule that our terms are 10 reasonable .s any In the United

i i t to join In establishing a new these delegates should be allowed to par- THE REST. The Celebrated CONOVER.anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument.

organization of the republican. party In ticipate in the vote to seat each other y The Renowned FISCHER. 1,

I Florida. the delegations from the counties of Used with open and driven well, The Beautiful SCHUBERT. 'K.I PIANOS.

I We are not' mugwumps,-and. we believe Alachua, Marion, Lake Orange, Polk, tprings and lakes. A few minutes work: And KINCSBURY.Aeollon .

In a thorough and efficient organization IIIHsborough, Brevard Dade Baker, Vocailon
Farrand
at an air delivers the water all & Votey
pump CHICAGO COTTAGE
of the party for the purpose) of Bradford, eto., withdrew In a body, ac ORGANS. -

r 1 casting Its full strength against Ita political oompanled by parts of the delegations{ over your house with pressure: No cost l Brass and small Jnlltrllments, Music

opponents We believe also that from the other counties and the contesting to operate. No windmill or overhead r moner. and DookS'; Write as;we will save 100

1 tbe management of the party machinery delegations from Duval Esoambia, tank. Simple and durable. The

f Is a sacred trust to be exercised In the Leon and Nassau; and, assembling in Write or apply for particulars, to the BUCMErVS: t A1. .B. Campbell Co.,

Interest of the whole party and of one the hall of the Leon hotel, proceeded to Fnarado Waterworks JACKSONVILLE

.faction, and that party leaders who fall organize the State Republican Convention I ADVOCATE, or to.Dewing For tfttsr*. FLORID

,1 to realize that they occupy this trust with 133: out of a total of 220 delegates Parsloi ft Co. .. .hWcr.1I11
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t relation'and use the party machinery present, representing 33 out'of the .. ". : During, Parslow & Co., .. .

l .unscrupulously! for their own personal 43 counties, and counting among their -TAMPA" FLA.. ,H.FAMOLOW.,....". Far Me*., !i' Send the ADVOCATE your Job Printing,



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OBBINS professional. ItoBBras..fc GRAHAM WALTER Cards.LBOC'M. ,. 8. GRAHAM.. 'The THE Orlando, WILl Reporter-)! GIRL haw snow the following Florida East Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West


about a humbug' show, recently FORMERLY TilE


ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, exhibit"Two in men Titusville and a woman: wife! of one Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway. Coast Hotels '\

IcE!: HouKs:-From 10 to 12 a. m.,
of them had for In Kffoct Vet, 1.1th, 181X1.
and 2 to 4 p. m. several days, up to Time Table ,

ITITUSVILI.B, Brevard Co. Florida. Tuesday of lust week been exhibiting in
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t). 1 OX, 108. the; Charleston Mock what they claimedto South Bound. North Bound. OWNED BY THE PLANT SYSTEM.Taiupa .

till practice In all the courts-state and fed be n wild woman, but what was onlya .'o.2y 1\u S'u I BJAT10N3.No.:- INu. I Iu.: ;- I
STATIONS..v.l.irkxomMe.:
31. 86, 87 18. Xo.32 at
(,:'erlal tl facilities L1.. tor examining and perfect- poor deformed, idiotic girl which, ., _son a 101M'-a- 1 IMII''6 I 4fi;-j|> tvriuilleivr-h Inn 1 li'/lln:741 I '1IM'a 1n ::: .. ,
land t.rLLEI unfortunately, there Is no law to prevent ArSt. Augustine 91o a \111M' a :3 I lull| 10&11 p lv Royal! r..itu>lim Hi auId .. on a in . ,
Lv St AniciiHtliie. ills a ii Ito a .. .. LV W Valm. llwarliIv 4i,'ia 7 1ft a in, . Ij
,' A KENNARD, It seems that the unmarried part I.v lltntliiica .. . ....1144 a .. !tlvl.."' ... 1\1 1" 11I1. . .......
ner In the business tired of the other Lv East 1'alatkaArlala"tkn 10 Oil a 112091': .... .... ... l.v W, Jinilu-r.. .. 7 M a inM114 '...... .
got w H 1m !- ::::= I>v lli>t>e Soiiuu. .. ., a in....... j
ARCHITECTS. man and his wife, and adopted what .. .... 10 a a I lv Ahola. tIna: ni . .. ,...
rulKtkn.
:24 11'11'1'
_.v _' _a .........
:: bvStuurt 1':1" niH . . ..
East Coast business will have prompt might facetiously be tt'rmellll'gal meth- ArSan Mateo' .... 1 OI' 1 lap .... iLv' n..n....... ... /IMI' a inH .' . .
ods to 'shake them.: Lv Bmi 111.830" 8 8.' a. . . 1T Kilon . /Ml am... .
[tentlon. The idea was Lvbrinond... liTl a 'T 30 P _: ; I.v Fort 1'lorve.... it 30 a in . :. : tam
rather unique. He sent to an officer In LvUayto"a..1I20a 1..11':. . Lv 8t' Lucia .. .. .. Ol1llalll. ... .". n e\5 .'
TAMPA, FLORIDA. Lv'OrtOranle.! .111.11':. ]i ii ....'.. .. ...lv HuluMtlaii.. .. .. 10l1alll.: ..... . O
the afternoon and represented' that his ..vNew Smyrna.' .. 1144'a !. 1111'| .. .... Lv MeUKiurne..... 1 Nip' .II mi a inII ...... ..... I
partner hud threatened him with vOak. Hill . .... :337. |p ..... .... .1.VI'l..u.' .. .. .'... .... jw am...... ..
bodily .vTlttiHvllle.. MM: p 816 1 I' ,. .. I.v Kan (Ualllo .. .. 1 /5Ap 11 4U: a ...... ...
/I lNOH S. JONES, injury, and accordingly a pence warrant 1." ('It... Point.914 II .... .. lv Koukluiltce, htlAr .. :28p 12:. :MI p .. ... ..?...
wV Cocoa. ... ...... SIW ]I' .. I.vu".a...... .... .. ... 'n ..I' .. .... .. ,
issued and the other fellow arrested, fad [.v .,,, title) 120 p 121'| .... . ....I.v.lt.I 'lut. .... .. ? 12 Ml p| .. ......... .
in.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the hearing appointed for lato hour In [.v Kan Gale, .... IMP 4 11I1'| ...... .... ...lv TirunUlle. ., .. 31111' 1 :22 p ... .... .
a Lv lIrno.... ... .M p ... .. . .I.V.kHIII.!. .. .... ... .. 111II1' iii.... ....... .
'fUSVILIE, BREVAUD CO., FLA the day. In the meantime the plaintiff: Mollmiirne.. ..... aoa'pBon /ft 01 I' ...... ...., ...lv New Km.M-im... "PII'; 22.1: : p ..... ....
INR"hMtlnn...... . II..! I' .... ..... .vl'nrtllrllngo.. .. .. :.10&11'; .......... ....
County Judge of Brevard County. in the cnxo: had packed. up his goods; LVStLitele .. .. . (din: ,. . ........ Lvlaymua.. .. .. 4 27p :2 /M;\ p 111 ,
wild girl and all and left the hotel IN Kurt fierce ... .... ... .'1 |I' ... ..... .,. LvIrutond..4 Hllp 3 113 p 111 ...... . ..
on IN Kdoii .. .... .... ... 7ui' .... .... ....LVIGt118 '1ntka... //11'/ (' 4 311 p III .
train for Tampa. Ivlenxen..I 11' .... ........ --Han Mutmt-,. -1 (' I-10111'-----.; : :, : :
... ... ..... .. .... .... ....
[ L. GAULDEN, J. T. 8.\NDlUtA, "The other and .vStimrt 1:11\1': Lv San Mateo .... Slop d 10 P .,. .
Notary. simply left In partner tho lurch" bill wife were LvLLeSuu.v Alicia; .nd; : ;:. ::;: T HIH(;III)) I p: :::::: : ::::..; Ar' Palutku....,.....815),1 I i ;-iii..:::77.'I ..- Bay Hotel, Tampa, Florida,

AULDEN & SANDERS r.v W. .Jnultar..... .. 81.1: I ... ... .... Lvl'alatka.::..._.:.:.:_ //I iIJIl', .. 'I/II'II\/ ,.
Lvltlviera. .. ... ... R-&lII'j .. .... ....tvHltllth'lM.! ... .. . 1 4 4rt 1111I. .. .
Cuiiianclio. I.v W Palnv hunch. I' 8 /Ml p .... .. .. .....Ar St. Aiiicuntlne. 03op IV :vu p "'I.. ........... The Somiiiolo Hotel Winter Park] Fla. ,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, F.v nu'all'olu"'na/ I' Dim( p ? .... ... Iv St. AiiKHHtlne.ArJacknnnTillo.( /Ran p 7.I INK 11 Mifl a. ,
(trill practice In all the Courts nf the State Arl'lm Roach, Inn /d in/ p 9 OB p ... .. ......t .. .. ....I 40 p 111'' KIIII.I:j :aitTrnlnx p '

| Florida and the United States CourtH.P. The Clyde's new steamship Comanche 31 anal 87 between JacKHiinvllle and St. Trains :,1 O. Box, 235. T1TUSVILLE, FLA. AiiuuHtino( dally.Tralim JarkHonvllIe dally.
Money to Loan. 18 III scheduled to sail from Jacksonville 23 a.III':1II: daily except. Sunday. Trains, HH and 74 dully, oxcupt Siinduy.'
for New York direct during the monthof Bnnilny.Train, 31, south of Ht. Augustine, dally except Sunday Train 78, noutli o( 8t. Aiiitimtlnu, dally uxovpt

March and on April 5th, and will Train 37 roimlHts of Pullman Palace! ('ar.ouly. T..11I88 aonxlntii of I'un..alll'ah."e. Can only

OWELL TITUS, make the trip in two and one-half days. onvllle Train 2.1 and NASSAU Palm! Beach.LIMtTKU, between JackTrain leach and 74.St.NASSAU Au! iintlno.LIMITED! between Paint The[ florida (Central & peninsular Railroad

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. The Comanche is not only very fast, buts
considered PALM: REACH AND FORT LAUDKRDAI.K. A. 't W. URANCIt.
the finest coastwise steamship
ractlce In State and Federal court Land -
Short Line betW.1 Florida and all l.olnt
Northern .
afloat. All the Line No. STATIONS. No' s NORTH BOUND.
lea a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of ships of Clyde 7!

only Commissioners, and County Solicitor. first-class and from -T It a Lv Palm B arh ;-fir -al 138 Miles between Savnnnnli and Jacksonville.
are strictly judging STATIONS. Only /
; No 2 No 4 .0
11/1a./ Royal Polndana .,..,....Lv S2/lp/
10. Box 84. TITU3VILLE, FLA. the Immense passenger business done by 723a740a/ .. Wet I'alm HeachIjintana ... ........, 8IAp Ac New Smy rna tT SOa -n IlO.-
;. .. ... .. ....... .. ....U SlOOp .. Ijike Helen344p \lOINiaV.IHa i tn > Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia Washington Baltimore 4
them, the traveling/ public must be well 1. a .. Hypoluxo..'!...... ............ :: /86Np/ a Orange City 1081.::::::
pleased with the line. TMS.Linton./ ... ...... ...... .. .... O. City Juno eaoa 1X( ) ... Philadelphia, New York Boston} and the East. )
Freeman Hull, Silas B. Wright 810a. Hnca Ratone. .. .. ........ .... 6 ell p 1
| Attorney-at-Law, DeLand, Fla 8 16 a .. HlllHhoro. ... ... ....... .... /H24p: SOUTH BOUND. Everett, Maoon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Niuhvlllo, Louisville, Cincinnati ,\
S87a. I'rojfroIlRO. . ........ .... BftHp/ and
[ALL & WRIGHT, A great many people are Influenced by 840aArFortLa..tlordaht.1001'/ STATIONS. No 8Kv No.l No. No Chicago. 1

what others do, and that is one of the New Smyrna. 11 /Win 7ina84.la '-;7 -:- :-:::::. Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis Llttlo Hock, Kansas City, St

INSURANCE AGENTS reasons who so many take Simmons Lake lIelen 1'48x: ) . .. ....... Louis Chicago, Sioux City.
Liver Regulator. "I was suffering I.v Osage City 12 4llp 007aflina.., .. ... .. ... River Junction, Fonwnoola, Stabile, Now Orlounx, Texas Mexico\ California
/ ,
| Titusvllle Florida.Representing Ar O. City .Inno. III /flop' . .. ... .
greatly; from chills and fever nnd'themore nnd the Pacific Coast Effective 1" Ih. lii, INIIU. 4

the "Old Hartford," quinine I took the worse I felt. I Trains 23 and 74, Nannnu Limited make no stops excepting those. Indicated by time tltfimw.Tl .

Iverpool & London & Globe and all the was told of Simmons Liver Regulator; by \ eR8 Time Tablo Hliown the tlinii at which tro.lnlll1lsv lie exported to arrive and depart from tine New I ICMI/York( I.lmllf l... No. at Jikt-kminvllle,, leave St. Antrim-Alit
: a. ut.l| HVi'H :
Are friend in Arkansas and I didn't needto the sot or il stations, but their arrival or departure at the time* atatelle not iriiitranttwd, nor does
bading companies. prepared to a a, in., dully, with Through! I'nllmim Sleepers forKvonitt
the Co hnhllt.lt for delay or arlnlnK thereform. ,
any any coiiHeiiiiemie .
rite lines up to $20,000 In any part of take much of it before I was entirely joxiiy re.JIOn.lllle| New Routearo Hiivammli Coliuiihla, WaiihliiKtoii Haltlinorn
j. K. A UtOTT, JOSEPH itiniAitiinniy. I'hlludvlphlii. Now York, Ilimton and all
Brevard. county. relieved. -Byron Bradley, Tallahassee tie-I'reKlilent. Oeii'l lHn.oiivr Aa..nt. 1o'UtWrllllflllltll.: Arrive* ukxmlvlllutllNlp.ut.

Fla. Ht. Augustine Tl4B p. In.N..w .
York Mull amid Express Nn.8", leave.
[JISCAYNS!: BAT, DADS COUNTW. \. .i Inavmi
Tobacco Seed to be Given AwayWe ukonvllleN118a.in.dailycomwetlnn:
EWAN tit AiiKiiHtlne T a. nt.) for ."nio northern point

U. S. COMMISSIONER The Tropical Trunk Line. CINGINNA.rrI:" b'oranudluanran.wlukanJDarlnn, J

still have on hand some tobacco
Notary Publlo State at Large. Only Un Through the j
seed to give away to any of our sub Country of Middle l Ntorlla. 1'e4uaeolsand
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. scribers who will call at the ADVOCATE -. K*ln. ll" ave J.i Jacksonville Tampa & Key West .L for IJtke I Ity Live\ Oak Maillmni, Montliwllo, I
solicited. Address send Railway.
Correspondence : office or stamped-addresitd envelope 'rallnlnuiHiie' diver Junutlon' reniiiu'ola. Mobile, "
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove to pay postage upon same. It Is Now Drhiaim, and the nonthweiit, Mexico I'all- i!
Office Ewan's Landing. of finest quality- Vuelta Abajo and JOSEPH II. DURKEE, Receiver. Asheville fiiriilaaiid iho I'arllto t'iMwt. Parries. Sleepers. ,
Sumatra seed. State which kind of seed Arrives JuckHonylllB 7'Jii: a. in.

EORGE W. ALLEN you require. SOUTH' Time Table In Effect'Jan, 6, 'OO. -xolFrlt-....-_ Hot Springs leaves.lnnk.onvtlle0,45aIli.,;: for Atarke,nn",. j
Wa also have pamphlets on tobacco No. I_No128Nm21.. No.23. :::0.8'J: =:'!'. 78. No.l24.: thorns (. .1e..I.. ., 1I..lIvlll"l. Cedar: i
culture to to caller at this .. .....-. 810 110 a. 8 alp -113111\ i. ......JACKSON VI I.LK.. ......Ar.+i I1u. m A IN lima .15 40-p'ni Key Wildw.eti, 1..lIurl\', 1
give away. any .. ... ... ........ 83Hp 8Wa9Nla! .. ......Oranire Park. .... .. .... T 20! a m III\III"U.. ..... and Knoxville tirlintdn lamnetiee. hails Tavar..1I1 Clty: Ila..c. L11ty,
ATTORNEYATLAWey office. .. .. .. ..... 8.") p (! . .....oorla. .. ....... ... ... 7 CM a in 11311"n.| ... .. Tup' Arrive Jaokuonvllle84Ip.In.:
Applicants will please state to ........ lisa a Olftp9'ilp/ 820x .... ...Maicnolla.. .... .., .., ... ..8 40 a m IIUpm 411.11'11I I
acreage '
... 1I31a! 933a.GreenJovesprings.; .... ... 8 ail 2
amB (
"p m 4 BO m 1J'1wr.lmlt..I
West, Florida. be planted in tobacco, so that we may ........ . . 1000( p Oftua102R ... ......HoMtwIok, ....., ,,,,. M .a inB 14111'11I.. p. MAGNIFICENT SCENERY Clni'lnnatl. and leave .Tuck ,
know how much seed to send them. ........ 12l11: 103/11' a .. .... .... ...I'alatfcaHatHiima.....". ,... ... / *) a m 111111'11I 410p m pnuvlllu7iOUp'I in. Holld Ventlhnle i Train. Tlm
Will practice in the United Statesnd ...... .. .. 11 04p( 10 4Ha ... .. ........ .. ... ." ..... 4 Ml\ a in440am 12: MIpIn.n.. ... ., .... TllllOUOn SLEEPERS a little over lid hour to Cliinlnnatl, via Muiuin,.
f .. .. .. ...... .1121p 1101x.. .... .. ".. .I."' "'na.... .. .. ... ... 171.m: ...... Atlanta' (a.tnl1'H'Ia. fonnenU. for Nashvillelemisvlllo '
State Courts. OjunOSI {); ... . .. .. ....., .. pints north andwont.
Sale of the Indian Itlver Steam- 11 41 a II Ida .Cro.oentCltyJunotioll.1:1am 12: M p III ... .. ..., Jexiiaxnvuie .
..... 1 12 pISOp 12 04& a 11 ataVI .. .... ........Barilla. .. .... .... ... imam 12 Id p mII 3 in p m Jacksonville to Cincinnati Arrive BiAoa.: .in,
boat Co's. Boats Etc. .. ...... ........ 12\ 40 a : (Nip .... ...DoLeon Springs..a. 27 a m 47 a in..... . Holly BprliiK Route. St. folll..1, Karma City,
. .. .... .... ..... ........ .,.
I .. ..... 1.1.0: a 12: lap.. Glenwooi 8 IIam 1141amIt Leave Jacksonville 0:50: p. m. Chicago Leave .larkminvilla Till": p. in. via,
I JOHN ASPINWALL, .. .... / 1120 a 12\ 27p .. .... ........llero.ford....... ........ Warn HO a in 340pm Macon Atlanta, ltlrminghmn, Holly Springs,
On another will be found a legal .. ...... 2Nbp..1248pAr1/ .... .. .....DeLand ...... .... {ILV ..,..,. IiOsain "2 20 p m Memphis, Bprlnnfleld Kana* Louts St. Lniiln Chlcmit", Hlonx ('lty. Throughiioe1.ors. without
page; ; .. ...... I80p..14lOpLv ? .... ,.. 1147amfgaflam. 2 55 p in change t4i Kamia City and, Ht. (., and only one, uhaiiKe to Chicago and Sioux City; Arrive
advertisement calling for the sale of the .. ...... f2211p ... ta 2Np......... ....Enterprlie .... ......... .......... f3lM'pm( Jankionvllln. 8:3n: a. in.
REAL ESTATE & 'INSURANCE. Indian River Steamboat Go's steamers ...... 34.1p.: . .. 242p.' .. ............Otean... ...... .. .. ........ 8 oa a m64Ham 141pm840p IU4O ... M.-Uxial' for Tallahassee and lnt riii" ... ...... ....... 341lp. .. ... ..... ....Mini.... ... ... ... .. .. .......... 1.I40pm: 11,3/1! / P. M, for Tampa Intermediate point Pullman uleepnr*. Arrive jaukimiivuiea'.UOa.nu, :
fixtures furniture etc., on the first .. .. .. 345p. .. 3 .. .. Laflranga .... ... .... SilO a in 12 85 p mt For Macon Atlanta two Train IJally. Leave* Jacksonville, sjij! a. III. and 1,00, p. m.
EAU Monday in April. Also a parcel of landat ....,. t8Mlp..... 3dryAr.......,.TITIrSVILLE.......,. Lv..; .... .,. A 30 a m m.'HIpm: : Pullman Sleeper on all Night Train
GALLIE, FLORIDA. Eau Oallie and the rights of wharf- .. ......t823p.. .... .. 3 11.111. .... ..t...... .PaoUSorrento.... .... ...... .. ........ .. 7 05/ a 10 1141amII
........ 857/ 57p/ .. .. .. .........,,. ..... 605amB45 1:1: a m gr- Bend for Bent Indexed Tnwniblp Map of Florida' toN
age and interests in wharves on Indian ... 411 .. .. lip ...,..........Mt. Dora............ ... ........ / m 1I01a'
CRAVEN River, by lease or agreement.To ...... .. t ..11II :lOp Ar... ... .....Tavare*.......... ..!LV ..... ,. ..,4eMuntiGMam, S. PENNINGTON, A. O. MACDONELL,
F.w ........ 335/ inp.Ar......... .Stanford..... .........LvAltamonte 2 20 a m 10 55 a m l'l pin
.... 31S 07p .... ..... Springs..,.... .. 16am 10 is sin Ito pin Traffic Manager. General Passenger Ag't.
DENTIST Manufacturers. .?..oo. 828 p..8. ..., ,.. .......Wlnterl..rk", ........... 102 am 1005amDM 12113I.m .
Cigar ........ 835/ snp .......... ......Orlando...... ...... .. 12: no am am 1.I4IIplD: __ _,,_ ,,'u_ _
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA .. ...... 403 O7p .... ".. .'.....KI..lmmee.......... .... 12 04 a m II 25/ a m 121 Ijp m
.. ...... 740 OOp Ar.... ... ..... ..Barto" "...ii'.i.iLv 211opm'74oam'e Ill'=>' m CI3.AB.: : :e 3L.XT3.vd I: : cSC CO.
Capt. Jas. Prltchard of this place, informs .. ...... rIO 41) "op Ar.........Punta jorda.... ....LY.. beam ,
Office east side Hutchinson avenue, near the ADVOCATE that he will give .oo... .. .811 8 Ort a"6 oop Araop ... ... .. ... .. Tampa. .... ....... .Lv.Tampa 886im 700am. 10 loam
of building 30x50 .. ...... 6 8''' PI" 8 20! aft (\ ...... .. Kay Hotel. "'oo.. 8 ID pin 9 OH p m 10 Ml a m DEALERS IN -
the
Indian River Hotel. use a two-story will l ......,. .... 55 a 6 Mlp Ar. .... .... ml'a..r.v.1301.m Sloam ....
free for one year to anyone who .. ...... MonandTh"rII 8l1pr.v.. ,.......PortTaml'a..Ar and Sun.Tue.JiFriday. P"I.n.e: : Wines: : an.d.: Liduore:
start a. cigar factory In Titusville. Thisis .. ...... aorp Ar............Key We.too... ......Lv, BtlnpmWed.and.ftat.Wed ,
T\R. F. II. HOUGHTON, an opportunity that should not be lost ........ and Rat 8 ale Ar. .. .. .. ..Havana. .. ... Lv 113:M' I' m Wed. andMat.|
307, 300 A 811 W. llay St.,
Florida.
sight of by cigar makers In .. Daily Daily except 8uDfla,. ,'
JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
=- DENTIST. Train 23, leaving Jaokunnvllle dully at 8:90: a. m., arrive at Hawthorne at 11:40, OalnevllleUStl
Deafness Cannot be Cured : Ocala 1:30, LfleubnrK 8OK, KrmikRvllle ft:OIl p. m. and Ilourbon Whiskies from 1I.7H/
lIro.lna 23 and 7H carry through Pullman Buffet Sleeping can between New York and PtTampa to Rye; ) gall"n.itrandlea .
[Atlantic Block, Daytona, Fla.ALEX Train 124 and 128-TroeqhVestlbuleandchair: oar liutwnen Jacknonvllle and Tampa. from *1.78 to '3.1111'1'1'Ballon.
By local application, as they cannot Train 21 anl13'', through Pullman sleeping oar between Jacksonville and Tampa.W. .
CUT We make a Hnlalty| of North CaroIns
reach the diseased portion .of the ear. B. COFFIN, O. D ACKKRLY. Mountain iMiw Corn Whiskey, three
ST. OLAIR-ABKAMS & SON There l la only one way to cure deafness General Biiierlntendent.| General PamieiiKer Agent; years old, fiM per nation.
I K&l.t 211ctll,3 Kal.,3Dnt/ *, I 3gal., PURE
and that is by constitutional remedies { /
m ,_ /torts.Kegs0.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Deafness is caused by an inflamed con- gal'? 'II 10 si; i., 11.2/11/ ;iihL,
dition of the mucous lining of the Eus- MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. '1.1\1I.\
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA. tachian Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed Parties living In Dry Town will ilo
well to order from us. All we can ave
have a rumbling sound or WHISKE/
Will continue to in the courts you
practice Florida, New York, them no per cent on all order
and when It Is entirely
of imperfect hearing
| the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All tV Alway send money. with order.
business before the United States and closed deafness Is the result, and Philadelphia and Boston. WH will not oMin| new ni-minnt nnlm
State Circuit Courts will receive the unless the Inflammation can be taken out nltalile Ja.,kiiiivlllH r..18r"n..I.I given.
personal attention of Mr. Alex: St. and this tube restored to its normal condition Hailing from Farnandlna Flit., and .Hmnawlck On. No Goods lens C, (I. l>. to Dry Town

Clair-Abrams. bearing will be destroyed forever; PASSENGER SEILVICE.Steamer .
,,
nine cases out of ten are caused by catarrh - '
which is nothing but an Inflamed train le..o. knonvllle (Union Dupot), "ALLRAIL
," 11'. C..41'. R. K., on Thursday only, UM p. in. Arrive
John B. Stetson condition of the mucous surfaces.We Brunswick 10 p. m. Passengers| ll'itng at onus on board
University, will give one hundred dollars for teauittr. I FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) Through car without transfer, Jackunnvllle to Brunswick

DeLand, Florida. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh PROPOSED: 9AIL1NOH I ,

Cure' Send circulars, free.F. Lv.New York, Pier 21 E. n., 8:30.... m, (Standard Time) Lv. llninnwlck e

For both Bexe College Normal School J. CHENEY Co., Toledo, O.WSold Friday,Feb.25 ...... ................ .....COLORADO.. ............... .. . Frl lay, Mar. 4 West Palm Beach Florida.
Academy, Art School and Conservatory otR by all druggists, 73c. Friday, Mar. 8...... .......................RIO ORANDIC. ............ ... .......KrlilayMar. 14 H
Music. An Institution of lint rank. Faculty of Friday. Mar. 13, .. .............. ..........COLORAIM). ........,..'. ...... ..... ...Friday. M..r. \If'i
twenty teachers. Seven elegant buildinn Friday Mar.20.............................. ( Oa4NnE. .. ., ..... ........FridayMar.27: idO -
heated by steam, lighted by electricity. Hotand A western baseball team has signed a FridayMar.27: ..... ................ ... ... .COLORADO .......... .... . .Friday, A, r.1 > /bell .
cold water bath Thoroughly eiiulppettymnailnm. For general Information, steamers. train, rate, .t.... apply to any railroad agent or to
with( Drill Department of Physical Culturef poet as a pitcher. This tends to even H. H. RAYMOND, Agent Fernamllna. Fla. ('''AM. AVIKN., Agent Ids W. Hay "". Jacluonrllle "
Military for voting men. with certain magazines who If. H. RAYMOND, Onneral Southern Agent, Hrunnwirk. (la. _
e.ooo volume Reading room, with all leading up matters C. H. H..LLORY.U..ral Agent, Pier 2O, K.: River, and sea Broadway, N. Y.
periodical TnomeEhlye1rRipped and dally chemical and weekly and phy.lca papers.. apparently sign pitchers as poets.NewYork : 0iir' ;

laboratorlee. Beparate building for Miulo and Press.Dr. .
Art Schools, with mrtUta of established repntay d',*=ij
lion In charge. Second! term open. December .3103*\or'G; Plasters..,. .t sJl dnta.'uWANTEDSeveral ( 7.i -
27'nation. 189*. Bend (Or catalogue, giving full infor- i= 3j 11.0riaait0ETMsO :I = t't
toJon 7 VJq ire
; r. FORBES, Provident. trustworthy gentlemen >-

or ladles to t..velln Florida. for ,:j f g c.::. x41 >- b::: r

established, reliable honsr. Salary $780 I'oo j : := -ggf
Have you seen it ? Seen what t Why and Steady position. Endow a .3O"lm
the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If expense reference and self-addreased ;. ; n

you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to stamped envelope. The Dominion : iiii :: 'il

hare one on hand. It is great labor Company, third floor, Omaha Building ..1l=:J g ...

aver, and Is patented In the United Chicago; 111. W &" ;; e.". c;,;) _.'
States Great A o .A CD'r
Britain, Canada, etc. 1 z
M .....
few of the state rights will be sold at II .!: I PAT r:::: o: .

reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal- i.-! "........ .soaswa..... .... :s '
ton, TUnsTllTe FlaWANTED.Sevens ROYAL-TANSY" PILLSIRw..Inevc.T..EVE.ra1Le. Na.M 00.,,W wuw Tp -. .
M. -? ..
Ow1dIM t.=:;"''!.7M==:'. Boats hauled out and Repaired at, the lowest

\rastworthy gentlemen e.r .. -.er.N'n.......... -Wer--Mta.w M figures. Prompt attention given ,to: orders. .
or- ladle to travel In Florida for ucrNr _
JO ;; as. .J _;
established reliable honse. Salary,780 -.t't- _- O i Estimates given on all kinds .of boats..

and expense. Steady position. Enclose _, =_ ;..... = ,glfJ! : "i Agent for the Celebrated .

reference and self-addressed, r =:.fw D'r.! Ia.a .1ii2 Lf for the 'East of Florida.
stamped enrelope. The Dominion ............._ ._,... vK&sv&SiJg xsSEi WOLVERINE ENGINE .Coast
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Company third floor, Omaha Build .

hag, Chicago, DL I Sold by F. S. ChalIce A Co. :I A. T. ROSE., .

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1 I IfJ Weather Uell0rt.--
j,4, /:' 'ADVOCATE 4'- of considerable commercial value ; and, if the bill ia not passed, it will Jupiter

fJ' : A- and the bamboo, which is also probably necessitate a sweeping Tho following is a. comparative

t J grown in many parts of the state form in the postal l1aw8, and an almost ment of temperature and rainfall for Ita:

I i'! : ;( BVOTBI TO THB, DBTXLJUDIAN for ornamental purposes, and certain increase In the rates week ending) Tuesday, March 10, ISM.
f: RIVER LAKHAYKK '
'_ .___ DAV IRCTloae.hL which is perhaps the prettiest of for bona-fide newspapers and periodicals 1i -1800- -] -!.
I ", ____. all our ornamental trees, or, to be will result therefrom. The DATE. MAX. MIX. MAY
1111
I. more exact, grasses. ADVOCATE has received a copy ofa 4 70 BO co I?
PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. report on the abovementionedbill IV ro( 6.J 71 at J?
i 70 0 75;) M
prepared by Mr. David Williams 7 82 (05 l 70
t FLORIDA VS. COLORADO.The 61I
Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvillo president of the American 8 71 (U: 84 in

I Indian River, Florida. State Press Association, upon I 0 71 69\( 70 50
; ]last Issue of the ADVOCATE which our remarks are' mainly 10 7ft C5 74 59

I 1 f t.I I CIIAS, H. WALTON, K .
the Canon City Record, Colorado the passage of the bill which shouldbe Departure from normal rainfall for uj
j i OF! and headed "Florida Colorado." week: plus 0.23 Inches. Departure
vs.
editor In
signed by every the from normal rainfall since January
i
I : ,I THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, After making some complimentaryremarks United ,Slates. plus 0.08 inches.J.. >

'' ) AFFILIATED WITH THIS about the ADVOCATE the I W. CKONK, Observer
I' writer goes on to compare the Indian -
"verlonrtl Editorial Amoriation. THE PLUME BIUD LAW. -Remember Knox the
,
I River country with the Ar- painter, fttusvllle

Sultucrlptlon. kansas Valley in Colorado, and IT IS A GRAVE MISTAKE when you need any fret-clau

i other things, : "Her The attention of the ADVOCATE has work done.
} Twelve months, fl.no/ among Bays
SIx 1.00 possibility for the future is not been called to the fact that people aio IF are suffering; from dyspepsia
still tilling birds the East : TO BUY YOUR SPRING DRESS GOODS you and
t[ 1. Three .80 half so promising ; her productionsare plume along nervous prostration, try Scott'gfailio.!
Single copy, .II limited to the ]luxuries of life Coast, in direct defiance of the laws of Digestive Compound. F. S. ClialTee
Strictly In advance. lemons the state, which have made the .killing Co., TItusville, Fla., have it for sale-;

I I : r -oranges and ,fish." Some, pineapples years oysters ago- or trafficking in of any crane,egret,heron Without first Sending to $1.M( ) per bottle.

J Die above rates Include the payment of postga. when as the writer says, he had ibis or curlew a misdemeanor, punIsh- -

i .." SubHcrlptlons can commence any time the privilege of being acquaintedwith able by a fine not exceeding ($300 jail() or Imprisonment New Smyrna I Livery
during the year.DlBContlmiiineo., the Indian River country this in the county for aperiod
not exceeding six! months. The
might have been the case, but he continued of thin law will
disregard
nec-
of lvt... irnint. be made The Store
n< por-
t is evidently unacquainted with the CHHinily end In the extermination of, Surprise Stable
sonnlly at thin olllne or by writing. giant strides this country has madein those birds without which Florida will t--# #,(:4$-

lone half its charm. There was a. time
IrlraHS all communication to the last few years lIe gives us
A
when
the shores of tile Indian River
i /' INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE no credit for- our vegetable crop, abounded with all kind of water birds, C. L. DOHN, Proprietor.

d' which is a large item among the which might be seen lazily flopping( -
TITU8VJLLB, FLORIDA. along the margin or restlig on the trees St. Florida
number of our resources, and for- Augustine
., ,
I gets to mention sugar, rice and to which line its banks. Whore formerly Hacks Meet All Trains.PailsenA't'l'8 ,
\ there were a hundred, it 4s now a rare
Olinck,etc.,may be made payable to C 4RLKII1I.'ALTO"pubIl8116r bacco which are grown to a considerable occurrence to see one, and this is occasioned and baggage transferred to

i ,. and proprietor, ,- extent, and are destinedin partly by their wanton destructionby FOR Samples of the many all parts of the city, and Coronado
-- -- -- -
-el who shoot at
/lo llant sportsmen,
future years to become the I Beach. Call on me before perfectingarrangements.
anything in sight for the sake of killingIt .
a THE papers of to-day teem with staple crops of the country. More' frequently not even troubling to pickup
of the of the over, we furnish almost all our own their when slaughtered, and FLORIDA.
account brutality quarry New and Goods NEW SMYRNA -
Spanish soldiery in Cuba. These meats; and with regard to cereals, partly by the desire, of hunters to obtain 4. Stylish +-
the aided
s1'' can raise as fine corn as any purl plumes, by the law-breakers
f stories are probably hue, to a certain who buy them. That excellent spotting NATIONAL
of the United States shouldwe
nor
extent but it ia very doubtful ; journal, Forest and Stream, has issued a
if the cruelty is one-sided.( Everyone ; be inclined to consider fish warning, calling attention to this matter SHOWN THERE. HomeSeekersREAL
4 ;4 knows that an army, maddened among the "luxuries of life." We; In which "officers of the law are urged
have no coal "right at out door," to a strict enforcement of the statute ESTATE EXCHANGE
the lust for blood find "
,
1L ; ( by and the co-operation is asked of all good
but have all the fuel need In
we we
I'a rapine, will commit atrocities : citizens, who desire to stop the whole-
; which in times of pence even the the shape of the inexhaustible pine sale destruction of plume birds before
I It is the the
Largest as well as most
forests which extend throughout they shall become extinct.
i d most vindictive would look( upon Exchanging Property for Property a
\ with horror. The the state. The Plume Bird Law for the protec Send of what
:: Spaniards Specialty. Description
may
: be naturally cruel as "a nation- Continuing the' writer says : tion birds and of the preservation State of Florida of certain, says plumed: UP-TO-DATE STORE in the State....... you have and what you want.

1 l their national pastime of bullfighting "The climate of Eastern Florida
N while somewhat, is not "Be It enacted by the Legislature of the MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.
I would< congenial as ours.1" Now we know C. C. CARROLL
them certain ,
{ ? to a extent, but we
( "Sec. 1. That hereafter It shall be unlawful -
1 T'' doubt if they are worse than is the nothing whatever about thecli- for any person- to kill, in this : Prompt Attention the day received.T Real Estate AgentWLLutac..A.
y\ P ," rest of the world. when influenced mate of the Arkansas Valley, but state, for the purpose of sale or com

I with the mad desire to kill, which if it Is more congenial. than ours, mercial traffic, any of the following

+ f is the invariable .result of a brush it 'roust, indeed, be a perfect paradise named plumed birds: That is any Crane, : Man:

1 with the We cannot as far ;as olima&e is concerned.We Egret Ibis, Curlew or lleion. In every section at once to sell staple
j sibly believe enemy.that ,General pos have always considered thatwe "Sec. 2. That hereafter it shall be unlawful \ :: \7\7 :ESrI'ES goods to dealers; no peddling; experience
\ ; Weyler for any person to purchase, tradeor unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a
y i is the blood-thirsty character he were the fortunate possessors traffic in any of the plumed birds : month. Salary and expenses or large
has been if of a-e genial a climate as falls to hereinbefore mentioned or for commercial Address with 2 cent
depicted; and possible, commission made. ,
of the ADVOCATE will send a representative the tot of ,Mortals:;; but t. accordingto purposes to purchase, trade er Proprietor of the Surprise Store, stamp for sealed particulars Clifton Soap
traffic In the of the said
I i the Can. Record It plumes or peltry and. Cincinnati
to Havana into n City -seems Manufacturing ,Company
+ to inquire plumed birds of the state.'
..r )|lt, and get facts, not "fake" news. we Shave been congratulating ourselves "Sec. :3. That whoever shall violate ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Ohio.

without '.due cause._ .Still l!, any of the provisions of this act shall be
I J4W' -- we are perfectly contented with guilty of a misdemeanor; and, upon conviction I JAMES President
PBITCHABD W. B. BARNETT, Vlce-Fresldent
IN reply to an inquiry !tEl to our own climate aad with our possibilities thereof, shall be fined in A sum Fort Pierce. VT. M. Bnoww; Cashier. ;
i'' whether the climate of Florida is for the future and if, not exceeding $.!(X>, or imprisoned In the ,

i i.w not gradually growing colder and as the proverb has It, '"a contented; county the, discretion jail not of exceeding the court.six'" mouth, at A few stray drummers are in town INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

if' colder year by ,year, the Rev. Irl mind is a ,continual feast," we are State papers please copy, and help to trying to scent rtade.

\ t ; Hicks, in whose prognostications not likely to hunger much In the protect our plumed birds. The charming wife of our genial and ,

4 4 many Floridians 8(1 firmly believe future. respected Dr. C. P. Platts la at Melbourne (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.;)
says that he does not think this' ia ,,visiting friends.Mr. .
Authorized $100,000Paid I
{ )I I the case ; that the recent extreme Take Out Your Naturalization G. JF. Bell, of White City, was in capital,
cold is due to n8tronotnie.nl com TO AMEND THE POSTAL 'LAWSThe Papers.The town yesterday, surveying the groundsfor J up capItal, $25,000

; binations and that as soon -ua these a cemetery. 4 Average deposits, $300,000

phenomena are understood the evil bill introduced by Mr. Loud, following has been sent from the Capt. Walter Hitching of the trading
II ( results of exceptional cold will be of California, in the House of Rep House of Representatives, Washington/ schooner Merchant, Is In town at his old
( to a great extent averted. We are D. C., to Mr. Tom Johnson, of La Anchorage dealing out the usual suppliesto Transacts a General Banking
resentatives on January 22 Js a
Granite:: his admiring customers.Mrs. .
not implicit believers in the InfalU. in the right direction, to ,remedy 'I T Business
step WASHINGTON D. C. Mar 180it.
',ibillty of Dr. Hicks' prophesies but C. F. Olmstead Is at Eau Gallleona ,
the frauds which are perpetrated "Uon. Thorn Johnson, Chairman County visit to'her parents, and Claude wears
i} ;Jin this case he Is probably correct. upon the poatotflce( and the Democratic Executive Committee : the woe-be-gone look of the married Largest and Oldest Bank on the Blur
'We have always had cycles ofwnnn press of the country, by a more Dear Sir:-There is a recent amendment bachelor.

years and cycles of cold concise definition of what is!!second- to the Constitution of the State of There ha been a swell craft in town DIRECTORS I
,
tyears, and although any unpre. class matter. The intention,the Florida vote! that without no person of taken foreign out birth his for some ,days past. She has !gone now JA.PRITOHARDW.B.BARNETT'Prealdeel(
1'' I ( :cetiented cold in a naturally warm can having anti we breathe easier; "crackers" and ?i o, of the National Hank of Jacksonville), J,H.
i original bill was to aid the naturalization and
I would
press papers, suggest millionaires don't assimilate. xa" I)URKKK (Vlce-Prenident National Bank of
climate causes a momentary IOM,of of the country in the distribution that you see that each democrat a Jacksonville), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. II.Duows. .
l'' ( confidence! in the future of ,the of legitimate and who is entitled to naturalisation papers It take*.a real genius to get up breezy .
a newspapers magazines receive the..same In time to qualify and bits of news when the inhabitants of a St S CORBE8PONDKNTB.
due
consideration
ou<&try, yet upon but a series of books were Seaboard National Bank of New York and
I confidence is vote at tile fall election. "It; would be a town persist In pursuing an even tenor, National Bank of Jacksocville. 20
t .. soon reestablished -notwithstanding stringent opposition :i.good Idea to have all such naturalized at and nobody wants to see their name ia '1"I".rUSVILLE
and the effects of the Betta on the part of the post. the approaching spring term of :o>urt ofthe print bad,enough to create a sensation. FX A..

) 'rk: acre soon forgotten, while its utBce authorities permitted to, varloiM,counties." ,'"

{ '" lesaona\reniain\ in after years as a come under the head of second- '

warning to the people not to put class matter. A Fire. White Ciiy.C. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY J

11'tbftir\ trust in one crop. The sample copy privilege., too,

which is used mainly as a mediumfor The residence of Mrs. Allair, at Sunbeam T. MoCarty returned from Dade '' Land
NEW 1'REES FOR FLORIDA. cheap advertising, is in direct } was burned to the ground onTuesday. county on :Thursday. : ,/ IJeparhnent.If .

opposition to the intent and purpose The flue broke out about 1010: Capt. Matheraon wan hero on Sunday
a. in., commencing In the roof. Judge vl ltulg his family. We are pleased to you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch General
,
law Fruit Growing
The possible( resources of Floridaare of the and is vast detrl M. a Jones, K. T. Wilbur and Ed. seo the captain looking so well. Farming,
by BO means fully developed at meat to the general and local press. Ck-ufoer' were quickly on the spot, and Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between St. Augustineand
Mr. Loud's bill that did their utmost to save the residence Dr. PlatU WM here on his weekly
l present; every year some new experiment provides Miami\ call on or address the
viiilr, but did not find much undersigned.
I la tied: with all manner se00Qd- I... matter shall consist aad furniture. Tbe lames spread so Tueada1t te is
rapidly, however that they only eueeeeded City a healthy place C3T Special terms to
actuIllIettlerB.
+ of plants, brought from different only of "newspapers and other in saving the furniture In the to live.Pofitmaster.

part of the union, with varying periodical publications which are lower rooms by the most strenuous et- Christensen baa recently JAS. E. INGRAHAM
T a C uccesa. The Introduction of can Issued at stated intervals, and as forts. There was nobody In the hoWl bought/ a mule and wagon, which will Land Commissioner,

.lulIII( ( aigre i* among the latest experiments frequently as four times a year," at have the originated time and the from fire sparks is supposed blown to ,i be a !treat help to him in his farming I ST. AUGUSTINE,. FLA.
on .
; and now it would seem that and particularly exclude books the shingles from a foreat lire. Mrs. operatic
there is a very fair probability ,of or reprints of books of any kind or Altair Is skid to be in Wisconsin, and her farmers are shipping large quantities =-
making the cultivation of the cork- nature whatever. Furthermore, it daughter. Miss Mabel, is at the Stetson of benns, and are getting, invariably top
] is therein that University, DeLand. returns. Some -cabbage, tomatoes and ASPHALT ROOF
in
oak a very profitable Industry provided newsagents C potatoes are also being shipped. PAINTS.
;tIme. The importation of cork cannot return unsold periodical I
On Friday night a committee of ladies _
costs this country about $2,000,000) publications to news-agents GrounPure
Tropic. organized a donkey party and dance !
;yearly,. and the price i. steadily in- at the one ,cent a pound\ rate, but which was well carried out and a great : I Agents Wanted.
creasing. That the tree will grow shall pay postage on the same at, success. A few of the knowing ones andhXstRed l Brown and

an our could fasten the tail on tM donkey whereIt
,has been already fully demonstrated ounces." All fraternal societies Everybody seems to be. prospering on belongs, and seemed greatly disappointed Grade I Black. I Prices,
and we should imagine eta u,, organized under the lodge this neck of land, after..MC-back of when they found they had placed Asphaltum.I
li that the warm, humid climate of system that issue periodical publioatiofls last winter. the.narrow strip !. different parts of the I Catalogue.. Etc-
South Florida would be exactly -- provided they have a Crop are the best that haw been raised body. One gentleman, especially, was FOR: '
s In years, and growers are mtr than surprised upon tbs removal of the handkerchief ..A.IN't'EN'"aTIIf : : :: :: -
suited to Its growth. membership of at least one thousand pleased with the return from ttwlr ship from his eyes to find that he had IRON
Among other trees mentioned by -are entitled to the privilege menta. With good rains the,.I4 bean placed the tail on the -donkey's mouth. and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm and Railroad -
the Division of Forestry at Wash of seeoad-clast mail matter if such vine will, undoubtedly I put oa ,their During the evening o suitable is issued for'the of second crop; In fact It I la wonderful whatan served by the ladies. Every one said Buildings Freight Cars
in
ington a recent bulletin as matter purpose acre of this Tropic soil will prod- they had lots of fun. Bridges Fences and
I L' for cultivation in the south, furthering the interests of such\ Orange grape-fruit, mango and peach Iron Work ,
are the wattle tree, a species of ocieties. The definition of second- tree are in full bloom, sad growing bet of every Kind.

I acacia and a native of Australia, class matter in this bill is clear' ter than ever before. Remember, the AOVOCATK, Titus Building Papers, Tarred ..
Owing to the fact that In the vii does all kinds of Felts, 2 and
; nothing e, obprinuag Giveus Roofing a-ply Asphalt Ready
I which contains more tanniC acid and concise and by its passage the fruit line was killed here by.the cold of A share of your, work.] and all kinds of ,
than the oak; the eucalyptus, mail will be relieved of an Immense i laat; winter we are of the opinion that Roo:

which grow very rapidly and i.i is burden of Illegitimate matter thin fois I rather favored location, and .ng supplies "BOx tr
already grown.to a certain extent which is now foisted upon them withal, that the freeze ha not -Your attention Is drawn to the article The

i in some parts of the state the wood as .ecoDd.c].... The press of the the onlImproved extermination the of soil, but helped as in on the "New Organization of the allofactoren Armitage Manuf'g Co:,
pea'lucb seals of
a* Republican PartJ'ln Florida" 2nd Aapha1tum
on our
Coal .
i and the oil from the foliage being country will be greatly benefited ; bugs cut worms, etc. page. 3200 to 3.)00 WIIJJauutburg Ave.Tar. Oils, etc..

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 13, 1896. 5

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Awarded many little notices given Mm from time charming hostess. There were thirty .n

st Honors-World** Fair. to time In the popular ADVOCATK. I I couples present. The evening was spent G. G. SPRINGER

The rush from here and other place In tl.inrinjr/ and dainty refreshment :
north of us to Miami\ Is said to begetting;( were sprveti.. The event was one long to
larger week which bo remembered by all pieouut.! SIMMONS \
every will make competition -
very keen among the many Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of

DICE storekeepers; so much l s\. that many Gallie.The I'
will regret; they ever went to Biscayne Eau .

Bay. Hold on t to; the stores you now 'I ::1:1Distilled '
have Is my advice. Messrs. Snell have gone to Mlcco IC I E AND

By-the-way, did you nee the governor to put up a dwelling./ ----

CREAM of the Bahamas Ha is a fine looking Some fine strawberries were- broughtto REGULATOR .
man, about Oft. 3ln. in and he
height; town thin week grown on the Otwol"'
appeared to be a ,great: favorite among/ place, at UnhU 1''eUyuo,: <1 for llatil.i. Water
the guests of the Royal Polnclana. \Vt
JAKINGODLR noticed Editor Walton having: / quito a Mr. Jean ItttmUll, of Hotel du Nil,
little ('hatIth the governor and Cnl't.1 :: iuo, In wry well pleased with hit ,THE BEST
McLachlan. I pony, and U daily out driving behind his Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

new purclitiHO.: SPRING MEDICINEsSIMMONS
A sad caRe occurred hero a few days FACTORIES......

ago.who has Joseph worked McOowan at Went Palm n contractor Beach for, less Hotter you want get your the town lots cleaned council to off,have tin' LIVER REGULATOR. Don't Cocoa and Nest Palm Be ie1i.
take it. Now Is the time
PERFECT MADE. time it dune for you, and make it more exreuslve. :- forget to you
some found last In
ST was Friday
) ,
need It most to wake up your Liver. A -- -
''' -
irape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret the woods near town, half eaten by buzzards sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever
other adulterant which caused the discovery of Ills The machinery for the repair -' Rheumatism and other J."a"Smith
|monia. Alum of any necessary and Ague: many A Co. '
i YEARS-THE STANDARD. body. He had not been seen around of the steamer Courtenay arrive Us which shatter the constitution and Jr.
town for several days. A gun; was fount Tuesday, and she will resume her run ATfdc health. Don't forget the word ,
lying beside him, and the entire top of sometime during the week. REGULATOR. It Is SIMMONS LIVER ttEALKKS IN -
his head was shot off. lIe is supposed REGULATOR want. The word REGULATOR -
to have committed suicide owing to Ills Mr. and Mrs. Chan. II. Warren, of you
it from all other
Ormond. wife having left him to Institute a divorce Patterson, N. J., who" have been visiting :.emedies. distinguishes And, besides this SIMMONS

case. Mrs. Thomas Bm-bour, at Lotus Lodge, REGULATOR Is of the ,.. ,-
:.IVfcR a Regulator l1 B i R I ICK
left for the north Monday last, after avery
LnvocATE editor do not visit our enjoyable visit. :.Iver, I keeps it properly at work, that your 11 ij.
be In condition. :
]own and beach very often. ;system may kept !good ,
Roseland.Mr. Mr. A. J. Gilbert has leased the As- FOR TTH13 BLOOD take SIMMONS
and & Whitcomb have sent ROV; pinwall house on the bin IT of the Em .IVhR REGULATOR.( It Is me Pest blood {J
Lime Etc. Etc.
Cement Plaster Hair
(lea to Hotel Ormond this season Gallia river, and will move In a few day" lurifier anJ corrector. Try it and note ,
Drake Mel-
spent Tuesday in The family expect to remain here the he difference. Look for the RED Zin lowettt
athlng has been grand of late, bon rue. .AllCN'f FOIl : Will always give very prices
yare daily seen taking swim in year round. every package. You wont find It on HOME HIUCK CO., Rome, On. mid prompt shipments.COI.LINS .
The Messrs. Drake other medicine and there Is no other
n. young groves of Messrs. Paddlson and Ford have each my : HIUCK CO., Atlanta, On. Give UH your orders and 'It puarnntoo : -
Todd and Bissell fresh .iver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER
are looking quite
The THE CAROLINA SHOWN STONE CO satisfaction.
purchased horses lately. increasingnumber
and Hotel '
Coquina are
I Ormond after the recent rains. EGULATOR-the Klngof Liver Remedies.
[lug an excellent business, and of horses and vehicles in this 3e sure you get it. OFFICE: W REHOUSE:
Mr. F. L. Moore la spending a few locality make good driving roads all the
I should certainly stop off at this his desirable. J. 11.Zclliu&; Co., riitlatlelptitu, !'*. 138 East Bay Street. McConlho Block.
days with son, Mr. L. C. Moore, more
}1 spot. proprietor of Erclldoune Inn. -- ..-, -...._- .. -..- Telephone. 1>li>|>h"ti..9H3..rAOKSONVir.T.Ta. : ll
Messrs. Atnsxvorth and IVOR and their
seph Richardson, general pass the : has Indies the of tile store hiM fruit was gone. Watch FLORIDA.
of the Florida East Coast The fishing in Febnstlnn river arc having great sport on I
,gent, has been spending a day or twoso never been better-everyone has luck. Banana river with the tinny trlUo. out for the fIrst of Apiil.Mr I i r

some of his friends. The hotel guests report good success at Twenty-four trout and bass were caught L. C. Moore, of Erclldouno Inn, I
both fishing! and duck shooting, using last Monday, weighing 10S pounds. KoHolnnd, was in town this week purchasing I A Fertilizer for Fruit
aturday night; dances at Hotel the launch Tartar for the latter sport.Banker supplies herepoits a rushing :
1 much enjoyed by those who The Fort Pieice correspondent in Flor- : \ ; ,
are Bissell\, of New Ilochelle, N. ida Star says "i(& continuous :Met hutlll.t, business.! Mr. Moore Buys that his\ trees'
The Sunday evening con-
(hem.
of pleasure to the Y., is stopping\ / with Mr. T. I S.::! Drake service was held, commencing: Friday are blooming to perfection, and that he : "
also source ..,
i to have the heaviest ol I '. _.._ "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer
Ins guests. He is largely interested in the Fleming last und ending Sunday! night./ Thin Is expects crop "- -- c -- ,
Grant, and will make arrangements for storming the evil one with a vengeance. oranges next season that ho has ever ,"
Improving Home of Ills, laud on the had.: :lrl.oe: $25.00 3PODTOrUAllANT'EKD Ton.: ,
Mr. Oeo. Forsythe, of Rochester' N. Y,
1 the ADVOCATE an order for
while he
any; !Sebastian river Is here.
need.] Is visiting the family of Captain Curcy. ANALYSTS :........ I
ting you We are glad to note the Improvement in Miami. Moisture .,8 to 10 Per Cont. I

Malabar. Mr. Forsythe's health during the piiHt! Ammonia; .41, to (II"I "

ronado Beach. year. PhoHphorlo Acid..ii to I ii "
The Mr. a11 cattlemen at Bovine
Mr. C. W. Col ton has been on the this week, herding out and driving }lip are their busy Beach, are expected here soon. Potash (Actual).,0 to -H" "

J a number of the pretty cottage! sick list for several days. stock, and branding the young calves. I Contractor McDonald will soon be Mado exrliixlvvly\ from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of :Sotl.i, mood, Bono" i

beach were occupied this winter The rain on Tuesday was welcome, as The excitement and novelty of the proceedings -!,. down here to start work on the now DUnolvt l riitmplintp\ Fine (litiuod'robhteco! HleniN. and Sulphate of Potimh. 1
|es who were never at Coronado the tobacco was needing It. make It worth going out to hotel. D3T Wilte for directions for lining and further piirtlctilnis' ; also ask for
of "1 lll1lcI\.1 for Fruit" Wo stock of all Fertlli
witness. copy olrl< Kortlllxlntf/ carry a lingo I tact
Miss Queenie Latham, of Grant, was Messrs. Robbins A Graham, of Tltur- Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash", etc. Wilto for prices before .
ID. Fred Charlton and her two the guest of the Misses Starck last week. Archdeacon B. F. Drown will hold 1 villa, arrived here this week. They have buying.I / We Hook time /grower trade direct.
lys are at the Coronado for a long Episcopal service at the Casino next secured two tine lots for their building.
drs. Charlton had been mlsin Messrs. Will Ely and Oeo. Phillips Sunday morning at 10:31): !) Evening service WILSON & TOOMER, <
by parties, who had their own i attended the literary Saturday night. with lecture, at 3:.::10. Subject: Blncayne Buy has a large number of
enthusiastic The Fertilizer House of Florida
visitors yacht
I grind, about this beach, and isie Messrs. Robert Smith, Robie and "Relations of Old Testament scripturesto principally live aboard their ,

has found out how delightful Chas. Smith, of Grant, spent Sunday in Christ and the. church." ing boats partloH.; others are Many vlsll.\ngthe\ hotels. Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .

r Malabar. C. J. Young left last week on a tour -- .- .- '
Lena Schrender and Miss Julia: of the northern of the Cnptaln Fromberger resumed command -
anil entertainment part
[ Prof. Adams son gave an of the steamer Della. DuriagCaptain
ft, of the faculty of Stetson Unl at the schoolhouse on Monday; entertainments with his lately purchase absence on no- S.
Fromberger's
are at the hotel. Miss Carter, evening.Mr. graphophone. E. Dukes has also purchased / Morsex
of the death of his recently
,
count son > -
MI exceptionally fine singer/ lave a similar outfit and will leave
guests of the hotel with a solo Beach is in town having his nur- this week for West Palm Beach, Miami, Captain Merclor has had charge of the
[Sunday evening vesper service, sery budded. Mr. Cook, of Orlando, and and other points south. boat.

vas highly appreciated. Mr. Chas. Smith are helping him. Capt. Leo Fromberger stopped over In, The steamers are dally bringing prospectors :REAZI ESTATE" ,
and Dan Miller to Miami. Tho town presents
]
Messrs. John Henry
andr town his from Jacksonvilleto
M. Woodruff, secretary our on way
have returned from West Palm Beach, an Inviting appearance. Several hundred
of the well known stove manu Miami. His many friends sympathize
where they were attending the pineapplegrowers' men are are at work on the streets X.A.\JX: :JaClo Oo. FLOEl..XJA.:
bg company of J. Woodruff & with him on the death of his young; son, ,
month
and the hotel site. In another
lem, O. (a firm established In meeting. caused by the use of a certain worm
will be Increased. *
number
9 with his family at the Coronado. Misses Bessie Wells and Emllee Ber candy which produced blood-poisoning) the AGENT FOR LANDS OF '
buff Is elated because be caught nelle, of Melbourne, came down, Satur- from the effects of which death ensued. The travel from the West Coast by.. -
Best fish of the season (of the day bight, on the train, and made Miss Capt. Fromberger line had this alleged way of Key Woat Is destined to become Florida East Const Hallway Company, ,
Tsheephead weighing SY pounds. Carroll a visit. medicine analyzed, and will prosocuto-Ks heavier by next year. This SOIIHOD the I .
Florida East Coast Canal A
manufacturers.An traffic of tourists has been heavy. Many I Transportation Company,
I William Selsey and her amiable Mr. C. W. Arnold is boring for /gas either went to Key West by steamer, or : Boston A Florida Atlantic Const Land Company.

ler. Miss Loul are still at the The well-drilling machinery arrived Monday entertainment is projected to take had been pending) some time at the -- --- --q.. -- . --,-..
[ The lady, though very and now all is astir around his place as soon as the Lenten season is West Coast resorts and are returning by
9, is possessed of a remarkably; abode. We wish him success. over, for the purpose of raising funds to the East Const to Jacksonville. '
Imposition, and by her quiet, gen Increase the building fund of a new STEVENS BROS. & CO. c.-
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hers has made many friends The literary society Is booming/ and Episcopal church. It is understood that The remains of Gardner Green, who
ave; been at the hotel l for six: or gets better every week. We had a good $400 is now on hand for that purpose, mysteriously disappeared ,
oaks and will probably stay some : many visitors last time. A party of and a donation of $;JK; is exported from Matunzas Homo time between midnight I
nger.jsual 1 seventeen ladles and gentlemen came up a certain generous/ donor. An offer of Sunday and H o'clock Monday morning, GA
from Grant, four from Valkarla and two building Iota has been made hi a were found In tile bay near here. The -_ _:-< __ STEVENS POTTERY,
inslcians there are Coronado quite number and of I' live from Melbourne. prominent locality, and the building of supposition Is that Green, while temporarily
at among 'I .a church is an assured thing. deranged, drowned himself. The MANUFACTURERS OF -
|t present are the two inseparable<
his mother at
ha been Kent to
Ions-Miss Jennie Brown, olid Lemon City. The people living out at Bovine, about ewe;
N. Y., and Hiss Maud Wood- four miles back of Kim Gallie, contem- Thomanvllle Ills, remains Ga. Green wore was Interred 22 yearsof hereby Well Curbing and Floe Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all a .

f ho selections.seem to make These a young specialty ladles of Mr. Fred Losley-, of Tltusvltle, has plate, by repairing tilling in the the Lake low Washingtonroad places, and zu*.age.Captain Ills watch Parker and of$the:M! In dredge money Matan-wore Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

o the beach quite unexpectedly arrived here. think the County Commissioners should found In his clothing. Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
eks ago with their parents, and, Mr. L. W. Pierce has a fine hotly of give\ them some assistance on the woik. ,
I others who come there, were land for sale at this place. This will make a very pleasant driveway yjT! Save your money by buying clone at Homo, and,from clover men. .

Ited at once by the grandeur of through a pretty and healthful country, Bonaventure. -- --- ..... -.. .. -- --" -. -_ _
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ivutlful beach. Mrs. D. M. Connolly has a fine collec- and the Bovine people, who constitute
tion of plants and flowers, to which she quite a little community, should have
[fishing unusually parties successful from the this hotelen winsome Is continually adding. aid in performing what is really. positive Mr. C. T. Harper le making quite an I Edward Sudlow -

i fine catches have been Capt. Herman Fischer and John Tompkins public benefit. extended stay at Lotus.

Dr. M. K. Netter, of Fhlladel who are In the clothing business The election for town officers was held Mr. I. Creekmore hiss been quite Ill, J
SUDLOW.
CHAPMAN & )
baa caught; quite a variety-whit- here, are contemplating: the opening of a last Tuesday, and passed off very quietly but we are glad to note ho U Improving. (LATE :
beephead, sailor's choice, yellownd branch store at Miami in the near future. there being but ope! ticket In the fieldand
what he 'is proudest of is i a 'Purser Gaillard, of the steamer Della, no opposition; only 21 votes being Capt., G. F. Gleason and a party of South Jacksonville, Florida.
shark, having promised to get a the travel from Fort Lauderdaleto cast. Mr. Wm. K. Roesch III now mayor;; tourists were callers at Bonaventure one OF
n head of the latter for a friend reports In the bay quite heavy. The }(e"ars. John Houston, D. R. Bryan, C. day last week. MANUFACTURER -

(Quaker City. The doctor casein Freight points shipments, lie says, are growing/ T. Verbeke Wm. Treutler and Wm. K.Tombes Messrs. W. E. Lealand, J.V.. and A.
[ a bad condition physically, and larger with each trip.E. aldermen; Mr. G. B. Snell Naylor made a trip to Cocoa, and nock- FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
J rived wonderful benefit from his marshal and collector; Mr. A. A. Ford, lodge Tuesday. ,
cl expects south until he T. Field, of Hypoluzo, Is engaged assessor and treasurer; Mr. S. K. Watts,
> to resume practice again. Sev- In laying out a new town on Blscayne clerk. Now go ahead,and show us what Orange trees are growing nicely and
the doctor's patients have been Bay, opposite Lemon City. So soon as Improvements you can make,brothers. are full of blossoms. Gardens are also Vegetables and Dealer In Every Kind of Raw Material,
fore, and It was owing to their the surveyors shall have finished their looking well In this vicinity.Mr. ,

pie report that he came to this work, the sale or the lots will take place. W.-E. Garland still holds the belt Cotton Seed Meal Etc Also
e' by the sea" Mr. Field is anxious that a large number Sebastian. for duck shooting, bringing In a goodly ,
of families shall locate there, and his time he out. All Xl.oiaxi.c3L ron.d.
Good
supply every goes Tho
Inducements will be such as to give '

est Palm Beach. everyone an opportunity of purchasing. We are now having cool, pleasant Mr..and Mrs. B. E. Mlm are spendinga Ammonia .... ....t , ,4 to & per cent t For "23.00 Per Ton
rains. few'days at their grove. Mr. Mime Ie I Available Fhoa. Acid.... , ,II I to !H per cent >
Professor Adams gave a very InterestIng having some work done on his grove. Potash K A 0..6 to 7 per cent) f. o. b. Jacksonville.

lear"ly.' rumors Look out of for two them.weddings: Jensen.The entertainment at the school house Mrs.'J. II. Parker Is spending a few' Highest Commercial Value given In the State Bulletin. See last edJUIon.

on Wednesday night, which was much day at Pineda, with her mother-in-law, .. ... .-
be deluded 'Into making a rush of beans and tomatoes enjoyed by our citizens.Mr. who I I. quite Ill, but we hope will soon -- -- -- -

1, or you will regret It. shipment U. B. Howard Is pushing the workon recover.
here.
FEASTER.
to. still quite large from DUREN &
.....
> E. E. Vaill has left as, and gone his new home as rapidly. possible. :Mrs. D.,M. Edgerton has beaten the
-1 I with his floating hotel.of :Miss May Crosble, of Eden was In He win have one of the largest housesIn record for fishing. She ha made an Florida and
town last Thursday visiting friends. town when it I*completed. average of ton trout and whiting a day GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES. I
riders
our lady bicycle' are
ly awaiting the opening of the Prof. C. Wlndeballe, of Denmark, has lies""' .... A. O. and W. W. Russell went for the,past week. Crockery, Glas/ and Tinware. I
KK along the south side of the been spending some time In( Jensen, to Tallahassee the first of the week to The ADVOCATK I I. becoming more and Western Meats of All Kinds Your patronage BoUcUed. I'
making a collection of bird attend the of the title for
to t.e
perfecting
more popular every day. It must on .. FLORIDA.
of Hobe the right-of-way for their railroad to the It take In Bre- TITUSVILLE,
tf. E. Gruber I.dol. a good bust Mr. and Mrs. Thompson, account of the Interest ,
Sound attended the dance at the Al Cincinnati. Farm.. yard county'. welfare. -
1 the ,
hardware Us*. He Is an ..
i straightforward business man, : Fresco last Friday evening.Mr. Mr. Cornelius Vanderbilt and party,

> deserves_ the support of our resl- and Mrs. Stokes, of Hobe Sound, on board their special cars, stopped at Expert Typewriter Repairing Pineapple Planters j I.
spent last Friday at the Al Fresco, theraesU this place on their way south. This I. -
of:Mr. Smith. They attended the the( finest train we have seen on the Florida '
>re pleased to see our old Work guaranteed. Typewriter supplies -
East Coast railway.Mr.

lie has friends been down stopping here.at the Mr.]Palms f E. L., daace..I Messrs. Bachns and Austria, of Michigan and Mrs. J. H. Phillip and Mr. bought; ,moderate sold and price eJrcha. lted.Typewriter We are TAKE: ::: O'JIOE: : :: I I I

E. B. Wager at residence of have Invested la some pineapple W. R. Jackson, of East Melbourne, were sol Southern dealer Densmore "The of -'" .
control of Lot '
1 have Choice
a
C. Oliver, and Editor Charles H. and here, and contemplate bringing pleasant callers In our town this week: world' greatest Typewriter.' Agent 1
. owner of tb.pink paper, secured their families down shortly.\ They. have been on an extended cruise wanted. Oeo.: M. FOLIUM A BMOM., Suckers
M Hotel Royal Polnelaoa.pns last down the river la their naphtha launch. Main office/ D Land, Fla. Smooth. #, Cayenne # Pineapple # '
The dance given at the Al Fresco Atlanta Ga.

Anthony had a action to take Friday evening, by Mr. B. C. Smith. wa chased One of our banana gallant for young men' ladyrlend pnr- FOR SALE'by. the 100, 1,000, 10,000 or 60OOiSpecial price on large ord':rJ., j jI
Mry baeioeM to Miami but after greit racceM. The lower floor was some a young and In order. t
a Antclaae good
; I stamped-addressed guarantee them to be true to name, plant
the with Japanese Ian.ern of his,and stopping Into a store -8ead envelope to < Iwith
? matter from tastefully'deMrated corresponding ,
carefully, a on or
Those contemplating planting can lave money by calling
standpoint, he baa decided to ., palmetto branch, fern. and laid hi. fruit aside for a minute; some he, ADVOCATE:, and /get some tobacco '
of the It would be good seed free. number of acre me before purchasing. .
here. Gas U down Mrs. Harmer assisted )[1'. Smith boy thought a State you
quite popular noss. eat them when b out will In tobacco. GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. j
Lich bean out the truth of the In receiving, and proved: herself to be joke to so came plant

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/ ( I 6 INDIAN BI.VER ADVOCATE MARCH 13. 1896. .
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, I FASHiONABlE AU&II.I ::- '
I :cA One of Her Majesty Colll**. SCOTT'S

i That Things AM Met Alw..r* What They Among the colored collies the queen's Exp rien

, i Bm Kvld.no.d It ThJa CB**. FRENCH.---: favorite is Darnley IL In color he is (9

I The season of weddings taxes the Ingenuity black and sable relieved by the snowiest CARBO-DIGESTIVE

II no leas than the puriM of fashionable of collars and ruffs white legs and has proven Cgt1 losively '

, lt devotoes. The deceptions to FASHIONSFREE white tip to bru h. He wan presented to COMPOUND.Positively better and

which many of the so called upper crast her majesty by the Rev. Hans Hamil grape peg I

resort to discharge social. obligation are ton. Darn ley II is quite of the latter and more of the V> are prodil

almost incredible to old fogies not 'is day stamp and type of collie-a nice when Potash fe (

: the swim. It has long been the accepted long Lead with semierect ears-and one the one Remedy for To liberally '-

{ ,custom of brides who receive many da- of the smartest of his breed at Windsor. the Treatment of plied. ins"'t a full

; plicate presents to exchange the same at Illustrated by A dolts. with 91 dresses, s nits, 38 hats Whenever the queen comes to the ken NERVOUS EXHAUSTION choicest qualitf use\ a feJ;

the stores where they were purchased. and SB other articles, furnishing the ladies with the- latest nels Darnley Is asked for and broughtout containing not less J than :
R When the articles have not been markedI French fashions as well as the children with an amusing; toy. to show himself and good dog he Simple and Aggravated forms of \ 10

I i defaced In any manner merchants asa at once "grins" with delight and welcome. DYSPEPSIA, AND

rule are very willing to make satisfactory *" WayS lO Send 8 Coupons, or' .-Westminster Guzette. OF TIlE IIEAKT Actual Potash

I I exchanges. Get Th { Send 1 Coupon and 8 cents,or PALPITATION -

t .A' volume might be written on the 3 ese { Send 10 Cents without any Cruel Torture Orchards and Vineyards

I s revelations that this custom has often Fashions. coupon, to In ancient times prisoners were sub, Does your food sour after eating 1 Are ed with Potash &>

l 1 brought about It has been the nnguetwedcanse 'jetted to the most cruel tortures and you easily confused and excited ? Do &*e cotri'lively

i of more than one social sensation. Btackwelf Durham Tobacco Co.', Durham N. C., and the terrible forma of death. The mounin en I.: you get up In the morning tired and un- free frP U' insects
Fashion Dolls will) be sent you postpaid. You will find one with bad taste in the a
I Less than a;year ago a fashionable! bride coupon and records of Nebuchadnezzar tell with refreshed, and a plant disease.
inside each 2 oz. bag and two inside each
coupons 4 o*. bag of
of Gotham received thousand u; mouth 11II
a gorgeously showy great unction how many
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; cloudy sensation, attended Our pamphlets are acIng \
I ; )t'; gift in repousse silver from an old school BLACKWELL'S GENUINE his enemies he beheaded imputed nu<' there a disagreeable dull feelings In the ;special iertiliiersbui 0\o/'\ praulral.rtllnll' .11t1IJan w

1 { girlfriend, daughter of a multimillion flayed alive. head and by even ? .rug..really latent researches helpful..on flU'1l'l'b.thl",reed.of hndl'dti"",,
,
; + !" hire The proHont was displayed in a DURHAM Are Irritable and restless ? the a kiaK. fah.
TOBACCO. *
.'. beautiful box bearing the stamp of a Effect of a Faroe Comedy.; Does yon your heart thump and cause yon CERMAy: : 64\.1. WORKs
famous. house, and attracted unusual at. "Johnny" called his mother, "quit to for breath after climbing a flightof \;-.. ,. !stNn1/ ,

j i ," I tout ion from the guests. (Several:! mouths Buy a tag' of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the using: that had language stairs gasp 7 ../'vv __

I ,i after the wedding the bride in an unlucky coupon which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. "Why replied the boy,"Shakespcarelaid Does It distress you to lieon;; the leiHave The Largest tt: Most ci,

. took this a CENT STAMPS ACCEPTED.: : side 11
,. moment apparently what I just did.
gorgeous gift together with others to ....... ... .. "Well" replied the mother, growing you Impaired memory, dimness plete EstabJl flignt Soot

exchange for articles for which she had infuriated "you should quit going with of vision, depression of mind and gloomy
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I more immediate need. I ------- ------------ him-he's no companion for yon. "- forebodings mean that you are GEO S. llACk n & sl slI [

When the selections she made were 'A Critic -off Americans. Abroad. Colonel Bob Ingersoll Is pretty level] Louisville Post.A These symptoms and Nervous
from Dyspepsia
suffering
:
delivered at her residence she was surprised Diamonded Daisy Millers-writes a headed about some of the burning questions Exhaustion.

; to find the silver. A oorrexpoiidont-the Anglo American ho. extant that
reptrasno of the day, but there are those Cincinnati heiress has married M. There Is no other remedy
I note from the firm stated that the silver tola in l"I11'i1l overflow with them. Tens, who Insist that ho Is not posted on the Guilbert Pierre has done so. much for this class of troubles -
had not beon their twenties fifties of iu faultless Louis Chanter Antoine
purchased at store. pretty girls the asScott's
burning question of future. Sioux
It was plated goods. They added, however Parisian toilets, iiiuny of them iu Pin ton, of the French legation at Wash I

I 'I I that they had detected the trado their teens, oue nod all displaying diamond City Journal. ington. She doubtless' considers thai Carbo-Digestive

I mark of a firm in the flowery, If madam enough to set up an actress, one WANTED-Sevelal she has captured the greater portion of """-' ,>

I desired, they would furnish the ad- and all lpE'RkiuK-l.mt. no, let me allude or:ladies to travel trustworthy In Florida gentlemen fur- the legation.; -Oalveston News. Compound

! dress. A visit to the Bowery jeweler to a more genial topic. Many family established,reliable house. !Salary $780 If your case has resisted the nsua .

I ,, confirmed this assertion, and the indignant parties) one sees-f I hers and sons dressed and expenses. Steady position. En- Are you one of those unhappy people methods of treatment we are particularly:

bride bided her time. In. abort according to the lust new, fashion in close reference and nelf-addreRsed, suffering with weak nerves ?>> Remem- anxious to have you give Compound

time the giver of the spurious silver male attire and the sooiablenemi among stamped envelope. The Dominion ber that the nerves may be made strong a trial.

was wedded. The most striking gift she these. fellow travelers ia gratifying to Company, third floor, Omaha BuildIng by Hood's Sarsaparilla, which feeds We guarantee relief In every case and

received was a familiar box, in "which, I witness I way much struck by the surprise Chicago, Ill. them upon pure blood. will cheerfully refund your money should
'''I yeposed'the' unlucky piece of repoussesilver. of a French friend at this trait of our remedy fail to produce the most JJfanltfaC) (fe7'S of

ti# ; It bore no name; it was not ex- I. national character. Here's a woman wants to divorce her Hood's Pills are the best after-dinner gratifying results.

I liibited. No comment was ever made by After the table. d'hote dinner of a favorite husband because he bathes but once a pill; assist digestion prevent constipation. Please remember that the appellation Doors Saga Blind
il 'I" 2.c.; Patent Medicine does not apply toSCOTT'S >
; either party. To all outward appearance \ hotel the company-save for myself year. That's what a man gets for having

the social Intimacy la unruffled.JNow .- and friend entirely transatlantic steady regular habits and sticking to CARBO-DIGESTIVE \
I COMPOUND.It Moulding and tJlpg] \ Mil!
I York Herald. broke up into cheerful( little groups,
,I them-Albany; Argus. Is a prescription Ant up by a leading
laughing and chatting over the -
experiences ChillsAND who has nude stomach and Office and Wareroor/1/ lt Ring, Opp
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IES3 TRUTHFUL of the day The Frenchman observed Hung Chang wants more American physician
I for .
missionaries. Will he take out life Insurance nervous troubles a specialty years.We Cannon
to me: "You would never find and earnestly f'v'tt' ) ,
I This I* MBO'. Amrtlon la Regard to court Investigation
such good fellowship own. policies on them ?-Cleveland
, Women among my urge all physicians to write us for the
I Compared With Man. country people thrown together in a foreign World Fever formula of Scott's Carbo-Digestlve Compound Charleston S. C,

i A man who has made a study of country. Instead of seeking we : which we will mall on application -

I s"i' h women and their ways remarked the avoid each other under- such circumstances Taken in Time : .. that they may satisfy themselves of

i I' other day that women are, al a net, lees I must say what I have seen Cured to Stay Cured its harmless character. and excellent Sash Weights Cord s sHardWe.
: I frank and truthful than Whatever ,
men. tonight gives me a very favorable impression Hood's Sarsaparilla has achieved great virtues.
I n j truth there is in this assertion we may of American character. And if success In warding oil sickness which, if ByWintersmith's SCOTT'S CAR O.DIGESTIVE

be sure it ia at leant not innate but due these young girls while here spend their allowed to progress, would have undermined COMPOUNDIs .
+ to the difference in the requirements of time chiefly in shopping and frivolity the whole system and given disease Chill Tonic.
I J i the two much the most remarkable remedy that Window and Nancy CIA
sexes and the consequent difference doubtless they are reudy enough to en- a strong foothold to cause science has It has succeeded
in their education. Men suffering and even threaten death.lIood'l produced.
are Sold all
I business of life by Druggists.
tar the serious on
: upon where all other medicines have failed.
taught to reveal true natures from the Sarsaparilla:! has done all this aud SPEC ...TY.t ,
i this criticism
I
home.
their hope
return Sold by druggists everywhere, $1.00
even more. It has been taken In thousands -
, cradle to the grave. Men are taught will find its way as has done much of oases which were thought to be Master's Sale. per' bottle. Sent to any address in

I; that being human they; are subject to less friendly kind, "across the pond. Incurable, and after a trial has effected America receipt of price
I various pnssious and liable to full into London Mews. health Don't forget that we cheerfully refund
wonderful strengthand
t cures bringing ,
I + error which it Is not necessary for them joy to be afflicted. Another Important In Circuit Court, in and for Brevard your money if results are not sntisfacory. -

i ;.' toconceal, for if they deviate from the Tb. Posteur Institute Dlreetora. point about Hood's SarsaparillaIs County, Florida: Order direct If your druggist does In ,

, (" straight and narrow path the world will Dr. Duclanx, who has been elected to that Its cures are permanent, because -IN:" CHANCERY. not have It.AddreHs .

I ,i + + quickly forgot and forgive. Women, on succeed Pasteur aa director of the Pas they start from the solid foundation of Timothy Murphy, et.al., all orders to

the contrary are taught that if they are teur institute, is the oldest assistant di- purified, vitalized and enriched blood. Tile Indian River tlv Steamboat } CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG GO.
I II not Inwardly statues of decorum they rector of the institute, which he has But it Is not what we say, but what Company, et.al.

,must make it appear that they are, for managed since the illustrious chemist Hood's' Sarsaprilla does that toll the UNDER and by virtue of a final decree made, PoorHeath
entitled ,
f In the above cause Topeka Kas.
1' the world is merciless! to one of .tbe1r was. struck down by illness M. Duclanx; story. wherein Timothy Murphy and other are ,

I I sex who by word or deed hints that the who was born at Aurillao in 1840, is complainant. and and other the Indian are defendant River SteamlauttCompany by the Or For Sale by

I, i t smallest! tottering on her r>ctlentiil. not very well known in the scientific world. ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYI.OB. Judge of the above styled court and dated Fred S. Chaffee & Co. Tltusville

I I I to mention even a momentary descent [formerly he was a professor of chemistry NEAR & TAYLOR February or said Slat,court MM, and;dated under February:the' supplementalorder 21ith, 1SWI, !

from it, is possible. at the Olermout Faculty of Sciences and whereby I wa appointed Special Mauler to
t'' In short, women are required to conceal and afterward that of Lyons He was (Successor to John McAllister.) Bell the following described property: I, a*
aforesaid will, on the Oth day In Circuit Court Brevard
I + their real human selves from all afterward appointed professor of physicsand Artesian Well Contractors of Special April.Mauler A D all 188B the name being the First means so mucH bore tb!

1 beholders as absolutely as they. coucrnl! meteorology at the Paris Agronomic Monday In laid month of April and a legal sales County.Susan imagine, iious and
hour of aell for cash
within the legal .Ie. you
I I'' their lower limbs in the conventional Institute. He Is a member of the Academy EAU CALLIE, FLA. to day the, highest bidder therefor at the wharf of fatal diseases sult! from
draperies of temlDIDity,wblle men are as of Sciences and of the Legion of the Jaolwonvllle, Tampa and Key Wet Railway Kltchlng, *!

I iI f free to reveal their real selves to the Honor. Dr. Roux, the new assistant director County Company Florida at, all THuavllle.the following In ald described Brevard Chan. O. VS.Blythe and } In Chancery. trifling ailment*Ae glected

world aa to olothe themselves iu the was one of Pasteur's first disciples HODGES & GODFREY property,the same being the property| of the Mary N. Blythe. Don't wl\j\ ;Natures'
Steamboat play
Indian River
f nether of their But defendant the paid the oath has been mad before
He ia tremendous
garments sex.: concealment and collaborators. a to-wit t The steamboat "St. Sebastian WHEREAS ma
Company .
the for tth.f
1 t or lack of frankness la by no worker aDd ia one of the most modest I Manufacturers of /' the steamboat" "St. Augustine," the that the attorney defendants, Chu.the complainant O. and greatest gift vV .
means untruthfulness Philadelphia he seemed steamboat "Progrea, the sieamboat "S V. Mary N. Hlythe live without the State of Flora
of men. Indeed quite surprised "
ttycr
I White, and the steamboat "Cleo all new ly- f srefI:1!
da, to-wit In :.
Savannah .
,j Press at the legitimate homage rendered I Inn at Tituiville,In the aM county of Brevard, : ,Georgia; that they are __ t
each over 21 year of age, and that there Is no It
few mouths when the. Yellow Pine Lumber Florida, Including with each steamboat It* respective wrson In the State of Florida service of Nnerdbt
t i'' \ to him a ago fixture, furniture, boat and tackle': suboena ji"' ,.
n.4 Natural Hletory.Born .> upon whom would bind said defendants.
solemn said DrownsIron
t municipal council of Paris, in and.1.0all the personal property of the Now,therefore, yon Chaa. O. Blythe and Mary t eORtr .:
; of a stone he lives under a cession, presented him with a gold ROUGH DRESSED: Indian River Steamboat material Company and Including and its N. Blythe, are each of you hereby required to ; strand'Ibathemmtd'
and aupplle
ll I atone and will dig in it his grave. office furniture ; appear to complainant's bill at the Clerk's office
Westminster Gazette.
medul.- alHO the following described real estate i \
I Orange Doa Heeds, ot this Court In Tltu v11le, Florida on the
First
I visit him frequently and whenever fifty feet of Lot thirty, and all
The somberly die
Monday In April, A D 18110, being 6th of
day
SfefisL1l
I lift; the stone I fear to find him and Fruit Vegetable Crate of Lot thirty-one In the In Block said County H, in of the Brevaril town of the month, and plead to said bill In due course, r :
t fear that he He is Lumber delivered any part of Indian River Knu Uallle the otherwise said bill will be taken u confessed, I ,
may not be there. Florida, commencing; at a point on west !
and the ordered
"GREATEST &N on through; bill of lading. Anyone contemplating 1 low water cause to proceed ex-parte. I, c rfat-rehmN
EARTH. of the Indian lllver at mark '
+ there. Hidden in that dry; refuge clean, : bull, nQ on the East!: Count,would do well to one bank hundred and five feet south of the south It Is further ordered that this notice be pub- ,..
his write for ]>rhe", The Rawnitll Is situated on the ished once each week for four successive weeks Bitters r
narrow, quite own, he fills it, swollen line of Lot number one section thirty-three, IIrsl
Dr. Hill** Restorative Nervine. tt mile south of 1'alatka. In the INDIAN RIVEH ADVOCATE with little
J.,T. Ac K. W. Ry., thlrty-alx east aa I 1
township twenty-four range ; r.r
like a miser's puree delay as" may be.IhniB :'d .

i? If the rain makes him come out, hecomes Mr. B. T. Caldwell la book-keeper In Satsiimalllffhts,Putnam co.,Fla. thirty thence running feet; thence went thirty east thirty feet; feet thence; thence north Tltusville and, this ordered:2Hth day at of the February Clerk's, A D offloe UJ6.at \ A1Abi I
of said river to the
the bank
toward me. A few heavy jumps the Pint National Bank of Fulton, Ky. south beginning.And along placeof [Seal.] A. A. STEWART,

w and he stops on his thighs and looks at "1 was completely run down Hy nervee W. H. GLEASON & CO also all' the right' of wharfage and In- niartH pr3. Clerk Circuit Court.master's It CukesDyspepsla _
me with his reddened Though the became *o unstrung through' ,lose of Bleep tereat In wharves by lease-hold or agreement: in
eyes. and worry that I felt sure I would be com- avers wharves on the Indian River, In the UvII
unjust world treats him as a leper, 1 do pelled to fl.e up mypaoStiony I would lie counties of Brevard and Dale, and at New Kldr/y And
LAN1> CASES.
awake al long and it took but little ATTORNEYS IN Sale
+ not fear to sit by him and to place near Smyrna.All Neuralgia Tro Al, C.
sales will be made inbjnct
t of the foregoing -
liia face my human face. to confirmation by 'ie above styled court. Constipation Bad I % iDd
Then I will overcome a remnant of TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED Each; successful purchaser shall deposit twenty- UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore Malaria NeryQpf4l ,nlle U
five per cent of his bid with the Muter at the and sale Issued" out of the Circuit
disgust and caress ;you with my hand, AND PERFECTED. time of the sale taking the Ma ter'* receipt and Court for Brevard county in a cause there- Women's CO "'1fltt.
frog! ('".tlllcate the..for.Tb. balance of the purchase In,wherein the Indian River Loan& Investment '
money to be paid on confirmation of sale. company la complainant and J. St. Cyr Watson Get only the ge.ulaevltplrMooline. :/
One swallows in life things that make ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE- Possession to be retained by the court until I. defendant I will offer for sale In front of the I on the wrapper. Alrtpb.nttstatutes. (
one's heart wicker. purchase. price la fully; paid. In the event the court house door at Tltusville, on Monday,April On receipt of V iA!I."POwill !
confirmed the will be 5, WlH), during the legal" hours end Mt of Tea BuS.,,l
    tact SURVEYS OBTAINED. ale I* not property resold of sale. to the .
    Still I looked Fair .l
    yesterday View and lA
    bookBROWN
    after due advertisement and the twenty- highest and best bidder for cash the following "
    1 "My poor friend," said"I do not : Defective Homestead and Pro-Emption five |t..r cent deposit returned without cot or described property of the defendant to-wlt- CHEMICAL CO. .aLrUOat.
    wish to .xl> olle. to the party depositing same with Ml*City hart Interest npon the lot at the .
    + but how
    grieve yon ugly yon Entries Corrected and Perfected. Master. he in TltnsvlUe, described M T for
    are!I" Claims adjusted before the Department WILLIAM H. BAKER, lower Commencing where the north line of

    I He opened his month, puerile and at Washington. R. H. Llpnett, Special Maser of Main the' Win bulk-head'*of het.City Intersect Wharf limeasthannce.

    toothless, and replied, with a slight Correspondence solicited Complainant Solicitor. mar6- pr3 northerly along the east end of die bulk-bead Ovtr-Prof hiliPE i iSlip
    English aooentt sixty feet thence ran west, parallel with Main .
    street, one hundred
    "And you'''-Paris Echo. EAU CALLIE. FLA. Notice.In right' angles' to Main feet.treet thence sixty ran feet soma tithe at
    .it
    north line of Main street thence run eat ....
    s Pineapple. Orange ami Lemon mndred feet along the north line of Main street
    ...... .. JI'oio snow I..r.I p [ the Circuit Court, in and for Brevard to house point 00 of said beginning.lot. Together with the ..". Get our Ortttra tI a 4

    I At the meeting of the American Public 1 Land For-Sale Cheap.I County Florida : D. L. GAULDEX. Quid. Wecs4 *l& 1&

    : Health association at Denver, Dr. have for sale 80 acre. of pineappleland Aaron A. DeOrauw ) mar6-apr3 Special Master. sob in stamps tw) >>'fI
    VS. I Kill to Foreclose %. 1Jco
    .. Manuel Qartuona y Vail of Mexico R.T. OALDWBU. on St. Lucie river, A few miles be- Jame Mitchell. ) Mortgage. ...ap ''vtAciocnpdorw
    read a description of his discovery of a to ahake not poatlblyattud low Eden, 40 of which being northeast appearing by the affidavit of D.L.Gauhlen .,- Pac.. laoao" rWIn
    t certain cure for yellow fever, which be mp' DuslhneumI a.1 houl connection with this I Mvr IrottN*. that the defeniunt Jamea Mitchell is V1BOBOUS life.teUa JO'I ,0U
    + has used successfully in hundred. of beavlaees about th* 18, township 88, south of range 41 east; a DO"- deD'of the State of Florida, and I III say.wbedMrJOU A11IS .-
    cases. His method ia to make a subcutaneous different partof my body. t"w..acamllob the other 40 is the northeast quarterof over the age; of twenty-one years and that the o fromMONTGOMERY tas'd'
    1 radnced In fleh. I; was pnn4d to uDr.lI11es' southeast quarter of section 3, aid defendant reside at Marl Docatur county, profit ,
    # injection in the cellular tissue State of Oenncla,and that there U no person In I
    % of the arm of a secretion taken from a Restorative Nervine.JBrstpiocnn township 88, south of range 41 east the State of Florida service of a subpoena upon iI iI W A D_&.w

    e yellow fever patient between the fourth a 'wt.1 botUe front local The above land can be bought for $10 whom Mitchell would; I*Is,therefore bind the ordered defend that.nt, the.James de- Ur0.tBlMlcbltmn ..u t111.6 --

    1lt"ocl-'; and fourteenth days of the fever. "This thenDrocureoIhaduedtbl a dollar reaul&eq.lcldJl boHU.anil by'oUowe4.the"" I per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, endant,. -MlaobeIl.be inquired to appear '"'ow. -DA'6' ... AvVTINIILS (

    : i effects a cure, but the disease can be .. third w..* .da..m.\. .". Ism orange, lemon or lime growing. and the answer Eta day complainant's of April. -said.or bill aald of bill complainton will betaken Wkat OAT.a1i old
    I' PPEpFFEf
    '1 M guarded against in this way, just as now on ally my and eat bottl.regularly..omethingcoal and am able to Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for a*confessed. and complainant. be allowed : l I':! !I'VJl I !!
    cash. This land will soon be worth t50 Co proceed exports with his said cane Young when all I
    not DOBBlbl b.foro.akin : y' p
    ia .
    smallpox guarded against by vaccina fang your It bfurth.rorderel that till order be e..anrecovev tfalrtror.: Ya..ae"a04'adnRerrw.ue.
    .titn*. I am now r*en. r J. and do not per acre. pub- R I
    .. tlon.-Baltlmore Son. .. lined one each week for four consecutive Lestaes tT.la&u.
    t I f Mervla hesitate the POOII1 great" **iwrv4s.>T. MHeTitototmU'r oa.artA ..! Apply to C. H. Walton ADVOCATB wek In the IXDIAH RI..4D.OC4..... a new*, .a.1.--.... _tie.... rur_---.....;.....ws.ease. ,
    ., office; or to Bobbins A Graham, Titus- paper published at Tinuvtlle. Brevard .county, ., ."" ... eftry ...wqr_. ..:: : 6 :
    Fnltoo WI'4 r rA
    B. OALDWDX.
    Ky. T.
    Poverty I. very terrible, and sometimes Till- ..tfWalton' rtorfda.Wlmea. '- ward. bruity ease... end
    l r kills the soul within .. bat *. the Honorable John D. Broom, Do., I..' l.t tepee .ne e..oalo. 9
    miW MId swerlhkese.euyi
    very Dr. .1"ID" to oa a. wialtrvwraat J-- .
    of said court a* well ae A. A. Stewart ?ekes e.
    &
    Judge ,
    .' that the .,bottl wlU Daat. .. \. EALS
    It Is the north wind that lashes men ** I. and the seal of said ){'a NsraVlWSse oar r.
    I I druggiateesf1Ntilebottles.otNaDr. Rapid Calking Machine, Clerk thereof oonrt at the ..s. :.., to. II.R .
    ; ); into vikings; it I. .the soft, luscious court TiuuvtUe UU the Nth day of wry
    =tvau"CZ; $3.t OO. 910.00, aDd 113.00 each. In us, March.' rail.as w.. o.. wmt. N = =..
    r..c' swath wind which lolls them to lotus .
    boat-builders .
    by many of the principal [Seal] A. A. STEWART. Jla-.litl. 44=
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    '//q',. dreams.-Quids. j MIIes'.Nervine ,,, 1 In the North. See pamphlets and, --testimonials D.L Gaeldsn. Clerk Circuit Court 1 ...-- .. .u wawa.

    ia if t ... --= -, got.for Co: tprt. maro-aprl Sold by, F. S. Chaffee It Ca

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    --- a. ::EJO".l.: S. THE FLORIDA P AL ETTO'BOTEL. ,
    reaping time. .
    of the -- --- -- -- -- .C-
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    ,.tease days of the yo-r jr
    of the ,rain and tha well Blled wain, Daytona, Florida. i t k
    the hu.klng tun*that'e near.i East Coast Hotel
    i hey for a merry romp System The Leading Hotel.] Beautifully situ '
    ,e brown old Held and vatari! I ated. It is hom -lIke. Table excellent.
    for the mead where the cattle feed Modern conveniences. New I
    bOo for the autumn t&leelt KNOTT plumbing. Prompt and polite sanity sorvfeo.. r'(
    through the tall dim wood C. B. General Superintendent. '
    tbe fruit of the oak and vine Popular r tell. Under management of :
    .at tbe nest of tbe taut redbreast y LEON DESPLAND. '
    A
    tl9 1r Alcazar
    where the chipmunk dine III M y ,
    call ms i
    a SLR I e M. Formerly of the Fountain City Hotvl..
    skies, pwtl A '
    the morning
    Ie In ST. AUGUSTINE. ,,
    f In the etreama that flow seasons 92: to 'tlfl.: 'I
    laugh
    *a shore their joy with the girl and boy Jos. P. UKKAVKB, Manager .
    today may a-rambling Open November first to May ilrst. -
    -Frank Waloott Butt in St. Nicholas.AT *.').(K) and upward per day.
    Casino, COR NAGD. f-BATHING THE TEAS ROUTOrnv 4 n0

    THE GRAND DUKE HEARD. 1 ST. AUGUSTINE.A. .

    Man Offleera >>.........4 the Capture Jf* :r -L-- I M. TAYI.OH, Superintendent.,
    of American Cltlea. Swimming Pool, -
    Russian and Turkish Bathe, ,
    e Grand Duke Alexia] : was at Kiel.] HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA i v uk) rofciM) |
    off. ritwjnwriA-rwjg
    1 a full Russian admiral now, and Ponce De Leon ; y \ '
    end of the Russian navy. He was a PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTIL; ST. AUGUSTINE 20 MILES OF BEACH FOR APLAT'6 UNOISS I {

    ent visitor to the Americans, and, GlU.14 it MUlrUAY, )fanIgers. .., .
    ;;
    ill the other notables talked with OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to April. ,. '* >M..il..l F..."..... Bt Coron...... I Moderato -

    tmost frankness to our officers.e *\00; and upward per day. j ' day watching the Columbia aaode HENRY \V. MERRILL, Manager _Cordova ... good fishing, good cooking.

    the waves as lightly and withy --- ST. AUGUSTINE
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    grace of a blue wing teal the Rooms only. Open during February and March. Now px.n for the Sea*..n. .
    I duke said to captain: "I'm glad
    The Ormond ..
    mericans are rebuilding your fleet Fort Pierce Hotel .
    on know what most impressed meI : ,
    visited your country? Let me ANDKIIHO.V A '
    Open December Near Indian River Inlot
    cm. The first thing was your wont -
    national wealth; the second, the $4.00 and

    ntely inadequate means at your dis- Royal Poinciana Expressly finished and furnished for

    for national defense. You were PALM UEACH. homo comforts. Modern convenience
    a drunken man with pockets full]] of I II. W. MKKUILL FISIIINO ANI HUNTING Un.urps.atOuides
    >y and two or-three hungry ruffian Open January
    te dark side of the street waiting ace $5.00 and S'uperlntomleut."t the btate.furutlliod. DtmttaUe waterEi. .

    to attack him." Palm Beach Inn
    hy, do you mean to say"- began m. .tuLii'M TYI.KK, I Proprietors and !
    omewhat startled captain when r FHKD.December STKIIHY-, FRANK M. 'l'Y I.KII. I| Mnnagors. '\\1
    Open
    sedan put his hand on the other's 4.00 and Formerly of :Now Haven, Ct. :I
    and said I "Twice in my career I I'r
    heard tbe project of) capturing one Palm Beach Casino r,!

    0 of your great cities and holding jb, N. WATSON l HO I FOR BISCAYNE BAY "I"ITIlE
    for ransom deliberately discussed Salt Water Swimming Pool, '
    fflcers of European fleets whose Surf Bathing, GREAT OBJECTIVE POINT
    tries had hard work to make end Fishing from Ocean Pier. .} Ilonteaeokori. When you.jfol.
    And they meant it too. I oncea .. there I
    'at
    THE HOTEL ORMOND, -- -- --- ---- Stop -_
    sensation when after listening OlrstoNn-oN-TuE-Iht LI FAX.

    conversation fficers of four of different this kind fleets in which took Accommodation for 300 guests. Rates, $5 per day and upwards. Hotel Indian River. The Lemon City Hotel,

    I said: 'Gentlemen the United Open from December until April 25th. i

    and Russia are friends. Should ANDERSON & PRICE .
    g Managers.New
    At Lemon City the terminus of the
    te unjustly attacked. Russia would -- Hack Line, on lilNciiyne Bay Airy
    to see that the wrong was righted.' xThe Hotel rooms, comfortable beds! good table
    can't tell you where or) who it Leading at Rockledge Florida. tarns roaHonable.JrlT *

    Come over to the Knrik [the Ruslagsbip :N'"<> Al'. pE1V.: : : Good fishing ami hunting In the'
    ] and have agaII8ofwlne." noljhbol'hoOlI.

    aliington Post. D. )f, (CONNOLLY' Prop.

    Th. Fanit Legend. Rockledge Hotel. Will Open Jan. 15th. Lemon City, Dodo Co., Fin.

    most every renowned man of an-

    ty in the middle ages was believed ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA. I
    attended by a spiritna familiaris, It Is situated in a Park of beautiful flowers ] and
    .ON INDIAN R1YER Tropical planttt trees and
    not a few were suspected of being ...... ......
    fronting on the Famous Indian Ulver. The Hotel Is supplied with nil modern
    rect league with the devil. Probate COLUMBIA
    oldest legend of which the Faustd Eook Florida. conveniences; passenger elevator stenm heat, electric lights, etc., nnd the table HOTEL
    is a continuous thread Is that of 1edge, : will be kept up equal to that of any hotel In Flol'ldl'A.. line orchestra him] been

    n Magus, mentioned iu the history engaged for the season. Centrally Located on St. George :
    H. E. BEMIS, M'gr, Mohonk.Lake, N. Y. Street.
    e apostles K RATES.........
    cording to Justin he was a native ] Old] and
    Overlooking Fort Marlon Part;.
    itton, a village in Samaria. Be $0.00,1R13.G0 and $4.00 per day, according and a full view of the Ocean amF
    no doubt a man of great intelleo- A. cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. to location of :room. Special rates by tho rolling breakers from the piazza,
    He was the lather of the
    powers. Orange'grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur 'Week. -
    I i of the Gnostics. It is also report-
    him that he could make himself passed. Prices moderate. W M TEAHEN, Proprietor.
    ible, that he could pass through
    a unharmed could transpose mat- U- Send for Illustrated circulars.] H. P. SHARES,

    make gold and exorcise demons-in t Proprietor New haven, Cent.HOTEL HOTEL BELLEVUE yy x Gas, Electric] Dulls and perfect 1I'eten_
    he laid claim to all these powers of Sanitary Sewerage

    ils name lived in the months of thee --.- .
    as a sort of Deminrg through :Melbourne: Ei"l1or1.c1a.: I

    lug centuries personality until some took other his place miracle at] : :DU' NIL Overlooking] the FumoiiH Indian Ilivor.C1 x HOTEL COQUINAORMONDBYTHESEAS *

    popular'flreside.! Unusual aocomments -
    great erudition were at- .A.tea: OOTT.A.G-ES,
    ted to the supernatural influence,
    the general] disposition to supersti- S RN0, XiadlcixxTreated : E1.1.'V'cr, F1or1.d.a.: C jA *' -f 4'

    assumption was strengthened on on the Flan Oallle River overlooking the Indian River and on the main line of the FLORIDA.
    ne hand by dogmatic affirmation Florida Eant Coast R'y. High-claes acoommmlutlon for fiiantii; iwrfeot drainage, park and Shell
    e part of the church of the eziat- track for riding, driving and eyeliner,'lawn tennis court,hooting| range,boats for rowing and nail.Ing ,
    ,atablinft for : hot and cold sulphur bath,etc. Pout, telegraph and express olllna In -
    hO.\
    of a personal satan with his flue the hotel which \n easy diittance of the Atlantic ocean. where curt bathing may be In-
    household and, on the other dniged in. Rates I M.BO to'.)80 per day. FurnixhuU oottaitev,with nverv !poKBllile. convenlnhi'e, SURF BATHING AND DRIVING ire
    containing 5 and 7 rooms, 81X60.and'18.00 per week. Address.1 C. T. VKKHKKK!:, Mnnit'r \
    incorporating the magic arts /Harno Florlil" ,
    at Ormond.
    g the practical sciences of, which Specialties !

    logy and alchemy occupied no mean ---------- .----.--- -- --------- rr For Circulars, address, .'
    Menorah. \

    SEISER & PINING Managers ;
    Man Overboard. The Plaza Hotel..rRockledge ,

    e presence of mind of a certain ORMOND BY THE SEA. +) ..
    known actor waa always very re- I
    able, but was never put to so se- One Minute,from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce, Churches
    a t test aa on the following occasion: and Schools. HOTEL CARLETON .
    e i acting the part of a pirate chiefas Florida. ,
    being conveyed in a vessel across Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day. Terms by the Week or loath
    tags with his band of brigands on '
    beside him. ON :JN'XE.A.m': : : R.L v.auE1.. First-rate Laundry Connection with the Motel Terms Reasonable.DTJB'S. Jacksonville, Florida.

    e i of the supers whose duty it was -
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    ork the waves under large sheets of

    e, was so unfortunate as to put his HOTEL Under New Management. *
    <> MELBOURNE
    through the gause and to appear Q. ........, .. ...
    Ing in the middle] ,of the mimic SMi ,
    e i the full view of''the audience.

    e i actor on the vessel without' loabis Large Airy Rooms, Fine View of Indian River; flCREVEN y. flODSE. 1ELBOURHE, radian Hirer, FLORIDA Open all the Tear -

    presence of mind called out, ..... Coolest] and most pleasantly locate
    Modern'Convenience.SaiUDg Open all the round. Oood FishIng -
    nan overboard! and the astonished Every year hotel for the summer months. Thoroughly

    was hauled upon deck: by the pi- rowing, Fishing, Hunting, U.50, and Hunting upwards.and Yachting. Rates, ] refitted and elegantly furnished.
    amid the applause of the specta- B. DUB Pro. Proprietress, Mils C. J. HBCTOH.: Elevator. All modem improvements. I
    who imagined it was a part of the Riding and Driving. KATES'a.OO to 'a.W per day.
    -London Spectator.Phonotrmpha Special by the week, and to Commercial

    !. Barber ....... S. H. PECK, '> Proprietor. SAVANNAH GA. IMDIANOLAHOUSE. Men.Only hotel that the electric ,cars pass
    to und from depot.
    appears that a barber in London

    had an original idea thanks to Centrally Located, CRAPO & LeVENE ,
    h he ia in a good way to make a o. n. voss. I.
    nil This modem Figaro has bad a Congress and Bull. .....Indlanola is on Merrills Island...... Proprietors. !

    ograph of large dimensions placed :IrT': =:IAN: :RIVER: :aO-t'Er: :: :: : :... Four Miles Forth or
    i store and round it he baa disposed Rates : Roclledge.LARoE. : Hotel Al Fresco. I '
    so that his customers who are ... ..
    83.5O to 83.OO. .
    <*1 to await their turn can amuse TITUSVILLE Sunny rooms, all looking on .
    selves in listening to a reprodnc- Indian River. Good home table. !

    of the latest operatic airs and pop- .' "P rve Indian River. Two Pain *f ./_ Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, rowIng JENSEN, Indian River, FLORIDA. I j
    tongs. This pleasure can also bed
    by those who under Fla. He (delighted, with a new play)- fishing and hunting. Will meet
    are'actually
    Isn't it grand? guests at trains, at Cocoa, and transfer ,
    ** It ia said that the good man'smhas '- Proprietor. .
    She (looking at theberoIDe'. dress)- JOHN L. JENSEN ,
    tdr' them to and from Housa free of '
    doubled since the aoquUi- o. n. voss charge. ..
    of hia Perfectly lovely] It must have been ;;.,..... r .
    phonograph. MA1U.O&B. made by Worth.-Spare Moments. Rates $1.50 per day, .' )

    '"-- Bird Are a.... There Is false modesty, which II $8.00.pcr week. NEW ROUSE;Best Accommodations .. -:

    recent advertisement of a southern tij4!+ Open All The Year. vanity; a false glory; which is levity a Address. t tt ,
    4 Easi o'aad
    Minting upon the cheapness -7 ir False grandeur, which is meanness; a 00 the Coa t. Cold Oaths; t
    e stated that a brace raise virtue which Is hypocrisy, and a ti. W SCnUYLEK, '
    ;lo. centre- of .the
    Af firstclassatabietl ,
    nil
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    could SM.bought for a quarter. ii. i i- "- W' Only a few'minute. false wisdom which is prudery.-Brn- Indlanola] Fla. j "
    a 1 down baa ia Main, in the town walk from Railway stations yore.In Famous rtneapplaT l floa-; ] &0 the .I IIolet.
    tt>seld.hotel proprietor has been and Steamboat land-
    8 but 15 eota apiece for the very Ings. every apartment the screen it absolutely -What do you need In the way of Fish, and oysters in abundance.
    pest partridges] that fly and baa t.o, lr On the banks of the necessary. It ihnts off the ugly envelopes, note and letter Loads bill ,
    t over 300 at that price.-Leirlslurnaj. jar anal Indian RJver..c3. :. beat, hide a bedroom door and conceal heads, statements tags cards, etc t Terms : $3.00 Per Day,
    We shall be glad to have a share of your
    drtasert which ia any apartment are so ,.
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    }' 8 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE MARCH IS, HUHk
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    Commit iJames lUo.tt, Ilnimna River Fishing1.Air. I Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U. S. Gov't Report

    THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM

    I ( Orlando Nursery, for ornngo/ lemon F. J. Simmons and Mrs. S. Roes

    and grnpo fruit trees, grape vines sad Campbell, of Philadelphia, guests of the Bakins ,

    !'i Marshal NIcl rows. IIotel Plaza, Kockledgo, made a large VAI Paid Up Capital l $25OOO.OO.
    JAMKS Morr, catch of llsh, Monday, at the mouth of
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    Oilnndo, Fla. theBaoaunriver, fifteen miles south of
    ? Hock ledge nnd opposite Eau Oallle Powder LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE

    i hi Xcw Bakery Tltusvllle-Nenrlj' They, together with Bert Pacettl, landed ,
    JOO( pounds during the morning. One !& --

    y' Opposite! the "Advocate" channel bass weighing fifty pounds was
    Ilulltlliigr. caught by Mrs\ Campbell, assisted by Mr BSOUJTEI.Y PURE We have for sale a large list of care

    ., Simmons, with a small steel rod. The -- selected Indian River Properties.

    t 1 have opened a new bakery In Titus laid catch I on, ,which the gross consisted ut the of Plaza thirty lawn fish, was and others of the corps, left Augustine; Advertise In the ADVOCATK If you Agents. for Sale of Lands of the Florida
    for Pulm Coad
    Thursday Beach: to make the want to increase business t 1\
    to lIelllh'st- your
    ,, vllle, and am now prepared viewed by all the guests: at that hole
    .; class cakes of ,all kinds, rye and white and many from the others.Pineapple necessary The examinations and surveys. Canal and Transportation Co.
    i + Lr l\ll. Don't fall to give me atilal, as necessity for a breakwater at Palm -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three
    all orders will bo promptly attended to, Beach that was apparent before the long pier cents per week postage included, when C.A.N".A.L LAll7I3S',.
    I Growers. has recently been built by Mr. *
    be taken
    I and will pleased. by the
    P you MR*. DKISNKB. Flagler waa commenced. Realizing that year. Florid Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
    btll l '. congress would not be inclined to aid in Lands. DIsston Company Indian ,,River Loan and InveatmentCn
    The officer of the Indian River .I i: Foil SALE bargain-one square Decker (:
    ,. the matter until( the pier had become an and other Low Priced Lands. i
    k ',' For, Charter, Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Ae"ool. assured fact, those interested did not Brothers piano. Address, "Oled-
    "'' : silos are as follows: President, James apply for aid until the pier was under hill," 400 Carpenter St.: Brunswick, Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties,
    Holmes; vlce- reeldent Thomas K. Cla.
    i, '\. The.iloop yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt Richards; secretary, T. V. Moore; treasurer construction Palm Beach and the and steamship Nassau line between Titusville. Florida.
    I was es
    .. flan Cook by the day, week or month.
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    James E Andrews. Board of DIrectors tablished. Then FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall
    was appealed
    This Is fitted with the bent of congress
    yacht up : O. C. Matthews. McChattle
    to and resolution J. A. Main street,
    a was passed ordering on Daughtery: ,
    accommodation for ladles Capt. CookIs R. McPherson G. E. Andrews, S. FOlbbs a survey for the breakwater and another Tltusvllle, Fla. :Shoes:: made to orderIn
    a reliable man and well acquainted: James Holmes, Harry Stites, all survey looking to the deepening; of the fine style. Fred S. .Chaffee &
    and j C)
    p r on with the all river.Address the.fishing hunting grounds of whom of pineapples are among the heaviest ship.pets channel Into Biscayne Bay After the > .

    shall Palm ax'Scott's Compound
    engineers complete work at Carbo-Dlgestlve
    t .. CAPT. OEO. COOK, The general agent of this association Beach will ordered exhaustion dyspepsia. and
    I they probably be to for nervous ,
    F. & A. M. Tltusvllle, :lnlI \. Is Edward P. I'orclier; with official headquarters Biscayne Bay. palpitation of the heart. For sale by D FRED S. CHAFFEE TITDSYILLE
    Fl
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    Jacksonville who
    at bears the F. S. ChalToe & Co., Tltusvllle. Fla.. ; ,
    i YACHTS FOR SAL.I:. same relation to the Indian River Orange $1,00 per bottle. Registered Pharmacist,
    I Growers' Association, an organization !- A Floating: Hotel.
    of almost equal importance. A Complete Assortment of
    Sloop For ]Sale. -Send to the ADVOCATB office. and
    ! 1 Capt. E. E. VallI has removed his get free information respecting the new and
    PURE DRUGS
    For sale, sloop Irene, -40ft.xl5ft; Married. floating hotel, Ilockledge, to Miami waterworks system for houses, farms, -}} Druggists Sun

    tonuigo: 18 27-100; in Hrat-claxs condi lliver, where he is now ready'to receive eto. No overhead tanks used. This is
    hoad In cabin. I guests. said to be a tine Invention. Circularssent filled with the Utmost Care and
    ,c rice Yow sails: -room 1 On a former occasion the ADVOCATE -a9 Prescriptions Promptitude :$
    Best party or trade\ boat of her size on draw attention to the fact that Mr. Jas. to any part of the south, free.
    the river 1'rlce, J23.00.:!:! Apply to E. Andrews, of Eden, had been making Schooner-Yacht for Charter.The B3T" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.

    K.: C.I./ Tyndall. Waveland, or Capt. sundry visits to Ormond, ad last Saturday YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLEDto ''

    Peter\elxon' Titusvllle, Fla., where* she terminated them, for he was married fine, staunch schooner-yacht "15. the namo-nndtlatoslip pasted We want your trade. Give us a it

    rhay: be neon. tf at 10 o'clock that morning to Miss E. R. L. C.," now lying; at TItusvilla, Is for -! weekly upon the ADVOCATE or
    I t Woodbury of that place. Tho She wrapper. If your subscriptionhas
    weddingwas charter is comparatively a now
    ,. 1 expired please 1'emit. Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Daft:;
    one only eight boat ,
    For Sale. a quiet being present ; Is 60ft. long and 18ft. beam; has a Toilet articles Brushes Shoulder Braces. etc. etc. etc.
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    After having received the hearty congratulations large cabin, with room for a party. of six; n_ __ n. __'n ___ __ _._ __ _
    i The :Sloop Yacht Flora! 3:5>.it. long, of their friends, tho bride every convenience, and Is an excellent
    In Brst cluxx and groom started for Eden, and at once sea-going: craft. Bend Your Orders
    14-ft. beam, 2ft. draught! -
    t I condition, nod used but one year Cabin settled down to house-keeping. Can be chartered for a trip along the E. L. :: :R.A.:C Y.,

    t'' C ,accommodations for 8, with room forward Mr. Andrews and his bride hall from East or West coasts, the Bahama Islands To Lesley &: Kenaker, Titusville, when

    I .+'I, I r, y for 2, nUo water closet Is fully the same town !In Ohio, and both hapenod or Jamaica. Will be In charge of an ex- you Hood anything In the liquor Hue. Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Pert

    I ,; found and furnished, except bedding. > to be visiting in that place last jerlenced navigator Terms reasonable. ,
    it t In full couiinlHslon to sail with six hours summer, here they again met; but CAPT. JOHN SIMONSOJT: : For Sale,
    I notion Owner having regained his what seems, to have brought the matrimonial Titusville, Fla. I call the Attention of the People of"Indlan'Rlver[ to my Stock of

    health IIIIH no further use for her. project to a head, was when :'011'. cattle
    1 Ten head good stock ; :3 two- Staple Ac ITfinoy GS-rooerieM, I?:rAnd
    ". Inqulie of Jam OH Prltchard, or Capt. Andrews, Mrs. Woodbury and Miss year-old heifers, 3 cows and 4 steers,
    I Peter Nelson, Tltusvllle, Fin., whore Woodbury made a trip from New Yorkto Palm Beach and Nassau. price: $50.::; Must sell at once. Food Products

    I 4 ,, yacht can be .area Jacksonville\ on a Clyde steamer Address, C., Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of

    And so ends another romance. No an- We enjoyed a pleasant chat with Mr. LaGrange, Fla.
    I r louncement cards were Issued, but the Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Ma\
    R. Vf. Parsons
    general
    agent
    ,. Fine :iclu'. Yacht for Sale.I bride and groom will be glad to see their of the Ward Steamship passenger Line and manager ,
    I Ground Food and Wheat.
    , -- lends 1 at their home at Eden.
    , of the Flol'ldaEost
    I Coast
    Schooner, 01 feet over all, 14ft. beam, The happy\ couple have tho best wishesof at Pal11 Beach Steamshipjino Wanted. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:: in the above
    TouchIng
    + 4 22 inch drought with milling" ballast; the ADVOCATE and their many friends upon, the'! toplo ,of Monday.the high. rate to- Goo s. I buy close, and will'sell close. I invite your'correspondence and

    I tt'. /,' ": '. two statn-roonis; main cabin, 12x14, und for a long, prosperous and happy life. make a tl'lto\ Nassau pn the steamer Live, energetic party to handle Dens- your patronage. Very truly
    : t.1 Oft rain Lend-roam ; patent W. C ; separate Northumberland, Mr. Parsons said l It was morn, "The world's greatest Type 33. X*. BRBD:
    I 'f"Y" .1, j' 'r rimiii. for orate and galley Flno as low as they could afford to makeIt writer." Money in It for right party.
    I 1'V" lt '. comfortable yacht for emitting on Indian The Florida East! Coast Canal.Ooorge at present; the expense of running the We> rebuild typewriters of all makes;
    'r i"JI t River, Lake Worth or Biscay Bay. work good as new. SatlsflctlonlIU
    steamer was BO heavy that It hardly paidat
    I Will Hull cheap for cash. anteed. OEO. M. FoLOKit & Bitos., LUMBER !
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    j Miles ,
    J F. general manager of the rate now charged. Next season,
    )f': ;it'' Further particulars by writing tot ho, Florida! Coast Canal and Transportation when the pier Is finished and the pasllen- Main office, DeLand, Fla.!

    I ,J' C. H. W., Company. accompanied by Mrs. ger traffic more heavy, it is probable a Atlanta, Ga.

    : ', : ADVOOATK Tltusvillo office Fla.To llles\ returned to St. Augustine Monday reduction will\ bo made in the faro to and ..... '" . And House Mat''
    ;, ,, : night from a month's visit to the north. from Nassau. To'Taxpayers of Tltusvllle. Building>

    III blr> Miles'\ mission to Washington and :Mr. Parsons was accompanied by Miss -

    llJ I "?=, x'm'slon New York was In the interests of the 'arsons and her cousin, bits W. (. Rus- ,The tax books of the Town of Titus Sash Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement NailsBailders'
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    : anal. He stated that his trip had been roll, all of whom were guests of Hotel villa\ will be open for the payment of ,
    I ;f''! q\ Kiraolawn. Ostilch Farm, Courte- a successful one. Tho dredge Biscayne, Royal Poinciana. [ taxes on Tuesday, February 4th; the fact
    t ., t"; \ 'mty, Indian Itlver, Fln.rnutNtNOt! 1 now finishing work In Biscayne Bay, |f assessments are made, and everything is Hardware.In a complete stock of everything i n

    I :- :- : I will commence operations next week on readiness for the collection of the same. building a house Estimates furnished
    Nassau.Wo .
    ;' : "'' Leave Kocltloilgo. 0:00: a. m. : the upper part of Lake Worth, where Itegatta nt I L. '1'. COODEY: : Agent for Warnell Crates Indian River and Lake i
    on (
    i.lj lttaurningtram Cuurteuny..11.0(1: ( i the canal empties into the lake from I l Collector.I .
    Indian River. Tho river will also come hear that a on a largo
    regatta
    back at ltucklwlgo.lllUO: : D.I -
    Airlvlng Octagon Crates. Tomato
    I ( ill; !n for Its share of attention, and thearrow seals, Is going; to be held at Nassau, I carriers, Pineapple Crates.
    I II I j AY'I'tmSUO-/:- : 3:00 portion will be dredged to Its N. P., on Thursday, March 10, under the Where to Get the "Advocate. Warehouses at Tltusvllle, Eau Gallle and 1 JCDSH

    ,H Leave Hocklodge. : p.m." roper width and depth, and the bond patronage of the governor, Sir William I G. F. PADDISON,
    C:0!) .
    wp Kuturnlng from Comtenay. ? : Tltunville, Dr. J. B. Sm'even,
    1 In the canal will be stralgtoned. The Ifayoes-Smith, K. C. M. O., and Lady '
    0:00 K EAU OALLIE FLOWItetttoM
    I .11 : Arriving back at Hoc-kludge. : dredge Blsoayne will then proceed In- lIayue -Smlth. Upwards of $lIOO!()() has nl- ? Mrs.\ Emma Eaton. ,
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    I a\\ Fare, there and return, Including; sight and through the canal to the IIllls-\ ready been subscribed for prizes, ota,, in West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros.Hoyal .
    ; 19p, :Ik of ostilrlies\ 73o.: ; by the naphtha launch' born river, where it will commence work the sailing\ and rowing matches, and an Palm' Beach, Poinclana,
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    I f'I i : Pathfinder. on the canal from that point to St. Au inorgetio committee, with Chief Justice Palm Beach Inn,
    I I CAI'T. J. KI1 "NAN. gustine. Meantime\ the dredge Matanas Valpole as chairman, has been formed Ormond, Hotel Ormond.The.lNDiAJf .

    I /1'I i : will go to :bt.:: Augustine by tho out- to make the necessary arrangements : RIVER ADVOCATE will be
    M side route. On Its arrival it will pro- The people of Nassau are to be congratulated on sale at the above newsagents' stands
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    I 'I'ITUh1YILL1 i ood down the Matanzas rivortoconr 'on their enterprise In this every Friday or Saturday morning, price

    I'b b moors work on the heavy cut at 'that latter- for this regatta. will, without 6cts. per copy.HOUSE t

    1 Editor Advocates/ eSVho point. The dredges will work toward doubt, prove a great additional nUrac- 1 '
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    each. other, and it is expected that they lon to their city. We believe the regatta .
    would not be ploused with a visit will meet four months after beginning Is to be in charge of Capt. J. D. :I BOAT ROCHESTER
    r to our little village1! } Titusville Is located the wOI'k.-Cltlzen. icLaclilan, a British naval officer, who The Indian River 18 very. attractive at this point; xplendid. fishing etc Tlie \\anllh. .
    r '" k that till ( and other e'rulte and 'la situated' fust ,.+
    ia such a desirable spot"' as > at Ankona north <>
    has several service and Herman = tIed:
    seen years Is 6mve. Tile J.. A & I. R
    R'y runs tllrougll the rnaklug Mil" .
    and In property
    visitors from tho Vunkoo State, .
    For
    e
    well I1n8nrpa parUeular,aldreee tile .
    posted on yachting. owner
    71 I i fact all' other states north, should not The Dedication of the New nand ,C'Ooooa
    ARTHUR
    D. Haven
    I full to sou It, Capt. it. Jones has re Stand. PERKINS New

    turned. to his homo, and, no doubt, has Iraiul View Hotel to be Opened.Wo .
    ; found the howling winds, the keen biting
    cold existing! there-quite a contrast to On Monday night the dedication of tho have the announcement that Mr. ED: A.RD:: : STILING
    hie experience whilst hero. No hastening ocently-built band stand for Cl'aven'sIndian
    J. O. Bast of Hotel du Nil, Saino
    on
    to and fro, donned with ulsters from lliver Band was carried through/ 1
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    effected the louse of the
    heel to oar, foot encased in attire and I with great success. The 1'laza-fl\Clng Vednefiday, F1orl.d.a.: ,
    Grand View hotel and has
    already
    a
    ,{ snow, perhaps from four to six Inches I the ADVOCATK building, -where the For Charier by the llay work or Month.
    I corps of people at work renovating, retiring DEALER INWood ........
    down stand Is located was amply provided
    y deep\ here.In and decorating this well-known Accommodation equal to a hotel.
    lieu of all this the found with\ seats for the accommodation of the fitted
    i captain ]louse with a view to hare it in llrst- The Rochester with n motor and Met
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    our country donnud In its spring 1 garments big/ crowd present; end, although It was lass condition for the reception of sail, and Is very safe and steady. Shale and

    (Qt needs no winter ones), and our rather windy fur an alluir of this kind, guests within tea days He has: IIHSOlated 01-ft. long, by 15-ft. wide; dining room
    (
    ,j village looking tidy and nent with Its everything wont oil 'as smoothly its paR with him housekeeper und 12x14& ft. Can accommodate ten persons.
    as
    N quaint cottages scattered hero and there Bible and nlTouled much pleasure to verseer of the culinary department, Raton very reasonable Further particulars Coffins and Cast'l
    shunted The those congregated. Tho first of the
    i and so beautifully lofty part the well-known and popular hotel > on application toCAl'T
    pre
    looking Indian/ liivor hotel, 4oomlng up irogrammo consisted of several very fine >rlctrefw, Mrs 1.0111H.. Decker, whose A. BENNETT,
    tile suironuding dwellings, ami maKnlll- elections( by tho band, which were heartily Eau Gallie, Fla..
    first-eland caterer to themblio'H
    opntutlou as a
    Gently viewed from the avenue that leads applauded: ; and, as the weather was wants is ton well known to need del' the Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets: This department
    situated the too, unpropltlons to have the oysterbaken management of aD experienced tuft\
    thereto. It Is upon very comment from us. Mr. Bast, also, moat Funeral Director and I Embalmer,
    bunks of tho noblo Indian Klvor, also the open mr as contemplated, the my Is well known on Indian ttlvnr and were Improve. methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire recelvep'attention. '
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    nffordliig view worthy any tourist Opera house was taken possession of, glad to loots that ltd Is. to remain EDWARD STILINO,
    We trust Hint soon again the captain and refreshments, consisting of oysters, with us. Cocoa, Indian River, ib
    will honor us with another visit. Moreover [ colToe, Ice cream, cake, etc, served The Decker Honxe will bo closed --
    i, wo cordially invite others hopingthe thorn, While the audience was dlscussng as '
    the Grand View Is for
    woe as. randy
    result of the visits will bo permanently the merits of the collation provided, ,
    and the transtoned
    l with rho band entertained them with moro ccupuncy, guests 16. Protect Yourselves Fir
    abiding us.
    to the Litter: house, which will bo open JACKsbHimLE FLA from
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    Come, ye northerners, and see this elections-both dosorlptlve'and otherwise the round
    lovely spot' ; there is good land. here and -nnd their playing elicited many year

    It's looking for good men. While\ you complimentary remarks from our towus-" __ _ n_ _. h__ -
    me looking around the host of the above peopleaudvialton. About 10:30: o'clock
    Roofing Of
    named hotel will afford you with first- the people dispersed, well pleased with THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA all Kinds, Steel, Iron, Metal Sboglet!
    ti class\ accommodation and at very reason the evening' entertainment and wtshng CART ]ready Rock, etc; Steel Brick and Corrugated Iron Corruj3ted!
    able rates; a cozy seat upon the piazza the band every success In the future. Stamped Steel Ceilings Building Siding;
    or. If you please, beneath tho shade of Tho receipt, which amounted to tlU..t) ), iach Paper, etc ,
    Made [for Soil 3 Tread.
    the oak that adorns our surroundings. go toward paying: for the cost of el'eetIng Sandy ,. Having *I fit : THE KANSAS> CITY 'METAL ROOFIHG
    R
    [ L. DARDINE. the band stand. CORROGATIHG< CO.,
    r To the ladles who eo ably assisted JERO'ME TWlq
    ELL
    Street
    418 Delaware ,
    them on the above occasion, the mem-
    of
    i Change Management.Tho
    f ban of the band extend their sincere President A General Manager. KAKSAS CUT,

    thanks.
    management of the Indian River Hereafter, the band will probably given -
    S hotel, Titusville, will change hands on open-air concert about once a fort-
    r i .Monday next, the 10th Inst., when Mr. night on Its stand on The Pluzm :eoerr.
    I J. A. Ilappersette will take complete F. M:=:J 1Vjrt. fr.,

    charge. Mr. O. II. Voss, who has conducted ,

    .; the affairs of this hotel with a A Breakwater Needed at Palm ,- Dealer In.i -
    goad deal of ability during the past Ilench. .
    twelve mouths or eo, will leave for Enterprise ?,.
    M to attend to his orange grove. _
    compliance with instruction from wt
    Mr. Ilappersotte well known hen
    and we believe he will make a good sari the War Department, Col. Benyuard, ,'1I'
    ( obliging manager_ Corp of Engineers, U. S. Army, in .t tyd
    charge of the district of Florida, has ordered FOR SALE BY =
    to be made at Palm
    a survey
    i -In this week' ADVOCATB will be leach, to ascertain tbe practicability and EDWARD STILING. .. ::::.
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    found Item. from our large staff of cor- coat of building a breakwater for the ; V
    t respondents from Ormond to Miami a protection of the pier and shipping at '
    distance of nearly 280 mil.,.. If you that point, says the Citizen' St. Augustine # .* The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer Saddles

    I have not yet tried an ad in the "pink: correspondent. Capt. J. \Y. Sack- ,, to all mail Hrldlea, Whips; ,' BItCllrryCombll atteatlwlicited '"

    r h paper," you should do so without delay. ett, F. M. Bruce, E. B. Thompson, and COCOA, Indian( River FLORIDA. orden. Repairing oi Harness and Duns' et0'our, etc.Specialty.Prompt yourJ.nL

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