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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 17, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS Advertise in the ADVOCATK if you Mend Tills Column Carefully. -We tiro' still giving tobacco seed free -Rain Is badly needed for our gantons Coqulna, Ormond", will manage Hotel \\1''

want to increase your business.Dr. to those who Intend going' Into the culture and crop GrvyUick: Wllliainstown, Mnss., this
Lid of General Interest.lety of tobacco. Call and summer. Their popularity will undoubtedly I
Topics C. P. Platts, of Fort Pierce, wall Advertisements on this (first) get .IIIC. ..:.Prof. C. B. Cory wife and family tallow them

In town Monday. page are ten cents per line per week, and -Mr. Dan Miller, of Bay View, was In are enjoying a trip on their eozy luwavooat. -

General Gossip. In Connection are continued from week to weak unless town Wednesday.Mr. Buttery Purk hotel tlio nilworth,
and
j
Editor I. M. Murray, of the Gazette- otherwise ordered. Heading notices on .Swun.innoit hotel Berkeley hotel are
Jrlth BUcnyne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, News Fred F. Taylor, of liockleilgr, -The yacht K.<: C. I., with captains I
Daytona, was In New mYI'mou any page but the 11i'lit. are tlve cents. per all\ excellent! places to stop ut when visiting -
IBm>nR and Halifax. Itlver, Key IVeHtL :\londay.Mr. lieu each insertion was, in town from Wednesday until :ShnoiiMon: and }Fischer IK tJXltJctocllwme I
A N. C. the
hevillo coming sum
!
Point along theB ,
*<1 all other Important Thursday to-day from Key West.Mr. .
Count of Florida. Brief mention of A. V. A. Wiiiiins, of St. Augustine mer. II
aNt from Various Purl has purchased the steam launch Tel: EAUI.K CLOTIUNO: STOUK In the Judge M. S. Jones loft, here, Wednesday -: S. N. Oladwtn toturnnd' from '
Interesting Event (Quito few of Hotel Oitivwd guests
Know ''avorita.Mr. ADVOCATK brick building\ Titusvllle, for Eon: Gallic, tSt. lAicle\ FortI'terce Miami, win-re ho has been looking after '
You
World About People -*>n the closing\ of that hotel 1Vednemdmywumt
the
bf
the clothiers] the East
nro lending on and other points.Mr. his Ice business Interestson Wvdnosd.iy.With .
Incl People Yon Won't KnowPickedp W. M. Wright, of Eden, passedInoiigh Coast of l<'lol'ldl1.Vlltch their ads on \ to Hotel Coiutiia| us they
by Our Society Editor and a large xtnftd here, Tuesday, on his way home this nail other pages, and do not full nnd Mrs. J. ,, Underhill, who Iho dredging/: of Uunniiii creek, dill, not emit to return north" until the '
Corre.spondent.s.scattered. along the from St. Augustine to give them a trial.JAM. have been spending tho winter In Tltu-\ It woulil open to tho tourist, one of tho cold uuatlmr was over. 1

Ksst. Coast of Florida.T vllle, left for New York today.Mr multtletlll'I''IIiU| routes in }'101'I<1\: ,
II.Invisof I Hint Hut
PatsgerChums.
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Canaveral, with Its beautiful bay : i.
and beach, could be easily reached by at ChafToe's drugstore, when In'' = ,1. 'I'. Sanders: prosecuting attorney Attorney llowell Titus, mane up to new Inilldliig, Hotel St. Andrew, :Now ,

the tourist were Banana: creek diudged. Tltusville, and get n cool drink for 5o.AM for Dado county, spent n short time town 11'1I11'I'llt Palm Itonrh Tuesday, York, Is raid. to bo doing an excellent .
In town on 'tutesaIt. Ills many friend leaving next )\' DeLnml on IIbnlllllll"lI. \\\' )bimltietHS, U r. 1 Davis was formally nsslst- I }l
Ir -Mr. A. Goldy of Gomez, who Is Interested hero were 1 pleased t see hlnv.Capt. Ha rutarned to Undo county ant-munngerof tho lioyal Polnciutm. ; I
v linen crash suits-the nobbiest suit
in pineapple and n taumo culture Thursday.
paid a visit to Ormond nnd Ilarwoutithis out-at the Eagle Clothing Store: K. 1' Paddlson left for Eau/ Mr. 1'11.. Peck manager of Hotel :'

week. (InllioonPalnndaYr his BOH-Mr. Otto. F. -Mr. Edward Suillow, manager of 1'IIzl', llocklwlge, will tthoilly leave for ,
I P
W ruE;: Indian River hotel barber shop has Pmldlson- nits nick ngnln, having tho Jacksonville Fur tlllzlll' (.or passed his summer hotel l at Iho Arlington, 1d't1 x- oJ
-Mr. L. H. Decker left here, Tuesday, the best workman h in the county. WejtuI'alltl'e taken n relapso, through, 'l'IhIHvllle.III.I"y" on his key, Mich.\ lie says he dill better business ;. ,
for Went Palm Beach and MiamI. lie the East: Coast In time Interests .1/
down
s1 a satisfaction to all onr customers. -Mrs. F. W. Craven left hero tu-day way tilts l pest season than ho expected. /
: us far as Nassau before returning
may go( of his dram.mfrs. .
to Titusvllle.TCemcmbcr. II. S. Meadow, prop.VIIKN for Oakland,, Cal., on 1visit to her Under tlio superintendence! of Pair\ C.
m.thll'She/ bo about A. Wnodbrlilgo of Sanford.,
expects to away ,
It, Knoll, the wholo of tho Kl.igler hotels ;;,1..
C. L. Dolan 1 18 on
always
from until
nionthn.Mr. Wednesday yustniilayiu
or eight
oven spent
:::- you want a J>IrA article of Rye have dime 1Vt'I'y romiineratlvo business '
: banal( at tlio New / station11th' r
Smyrna home
his line teen es. New /Smyrna and Coronado Whiskey, Gin, Hum, Wlno or anything -: J. i). Grethor, the hustling iu business n town,cnjlalulllont11th having .M I'M.to A.koop Buck-I u this xt\aitsoti. Mr. Knott bus certainly ,. I ,
hIIWVWWI are well worth a visit. In the drink line, send your t'mto salesman for the wholesale house of W.P. \ been kept vn the move this winter.All I't
erIf MOlltl'OllMI'II.. Woixlbrldgo returned
v J. D. CitAim Cocoa Fla. ,
/Sum nor, Jacksonville, piiNsod through ,
-Dr. Harry Stites, Went Palm Bench's here, Wednesday, en route to Palm homo to-day. the miiToundlng of the Grand

well known physician, Is now at his sum TUB EAULK ,CLOTHING STOUK is full up Bench and Miami. -Mr. and Mrs. (I. W. Seoldo and family View hotel, Titusvllle, have been plucud I

mer home at Millerston, Pa., where he with new spring goods. and Mrs. W. M. Woodward and little In tlwl'ollltlItllllli order, while thu bedroom ,
will spend the summer with his family. =Tho flue lands on Banana. Klvur- daughter, Miss Ruth, loft hare In Mr.Seobie'x \ n are & model of neatness-In fact '
where' many. groves escaped the severe naphtha hLullch"ll1ell.lay Limo wliolo house, from top to bottom, U
-Mrs. A. Becker, of City Point, was )ni>EHH taken for all kinds of musical freeze-could Do\ seen by orange and morning, for his homestead place near "nit clean an n new 1)111."
In town Tuesday. She expects to leave instruments at Chalice Co.'s.COOL .t pineapple growers without going furthersouthwere I
Plnoda whore they to spend a
expect Messrs. Anderson & Price of Hotel
,
in Montreal Canada next ll'III1I1cl'eek .
rntINDIAN for her home drudged.Mr. I
few days pleasuring: : Ormond, will soon leave for the Now
week, stopping at several places on the DIIINKH- of all kinds at ChalTooCo.'s Ill HI
RIVERADVOCATE :: H. II. Symmes came up to town -Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell end Mount( Pleasant House, In the White
way. drug store, Titusville. Wednesday, from Courtenajr, In Major Mrs. Kussell's mother prominent amid Mountains Now Hampshire. !Mr. H.I Il

Advertising, to be successful, must H. J. Tltlin's launch Pathllndor., OnIxmrd well known residents of, Cincinnati, 0., >. Hlngham, the room clerk, will also beat J

: bo continuous. The rough; edges of GKRAT bargains in spring clothing at wore Capt. J. Klornan, Prof. will arrive In St. Augustine the enrly the alumi hotel this summer.

skepticism are not ground; down In a the Eagle Clothing Store. Weatheibuo and Len Harper. Ktoruun of next week, and It Is possible they 1 1lrr
part
day. No business can be prosperous and Weutherbee left for Now York. Mr. Joseph I'. (Groaves, thu manager
the of the
JSJOB: PRINTING at this office. without continuous advertising.Mr. ",1Il1I1)eml greater part summon \ A. S. I.oomls, tho room clerk; andMr
loan first
1oIoNEV. We want money to on -The Jacksonville Metropolis say in the Ancient Cltle.Dr. Arthur Marsh, the cashier of Hotel
Geo. F. Miles, manager of the real estate mortgages. Ten per cent that many a good sermon la spoiled by : have rondo
T. Howard Knight, after spending l Alcazar: St. Augustine, a
GIVE THE "ADVOCATE"'AN East Coast Line Canal: and Transportation free of all expenses to lender. Gaiilden making it too long. A short, rousing the winter at St. Augustine assistant host of friends this season through tliQJrklndin'MS
Me- Co. St Augustine, passed through & Sanders, Titusvllle and West Palm sermon Is needed during those times of
UVT. It is a Good Advertising to tho well known Dr. W. H. Worloy, and geniality to tourists.
hum for those who want to Increase here, Monday, on his way to Rockledg Beach, Florida. progression. .Multuin yarvo Is good has /gone to tho home of bllll.arents In

heir business. to examine some canal lands located r Philadelphia for a short visit. From Mr\I and 1IfI'.. Homer Glllls and Miss

west of Kockledge. Mr Mlles\ was ac- DUEl8! Goons samples may be had. by motto.Mr.. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master there it lit probable that ho will go: to GIlllH of St. Augustine/ have gone to

companied by his friend, Mr. Wright, of wilting to one of the largest stores on Claude Walton, who left hero last England and other parts of Europe to New York After a short vacation, Mr.

-You can always find some Interest- Toronto, Canada. the East Coast. Address, Saturday for Jacksonville, Pablo Honch, spend the summer. Glllls will take cure of. the guests of the
jing matter our inside J. ,y, EHTKH York Cliffs Me. !Mr.
reading on pages !: Passaconaway\ Inn ,
Mrs. F. H. Houghton, of ter spendingthe Sanford and other places, on a pleasure
-
Fla. -Mr. J. G. Bant who has boon In St.
tho
St. of
Augustine, illll* was one popular manager
)KED blanks lOc. each $3.00 100, at winter at Daytona, left for her home trip, are expected homo toellor tomorrow -
; per Augustine during the or two, of Hotel Ponce do Leon limo ,past .msqu.
,
last. Dr
the ADVOCATE office. In Westervllle, 0., on Saturday 4Vedaesday
returned to town on accom
weather is but Chaffee
hot coming,
from THE
his'wife
Houghton accompanied -IIii'llV, Strother of by Mr. W. A. 1 Dixon, who has Mr, and Mrs. Fred Starry, child and
of DeLand to & Co. the well known druggists, are
-Mr. Silas B. Wright, was Daytona to Jacksonville-returning Smlth1daugbwr been
We to note Titusvillo /Saturday
ill. -
Major and Mrs St. : very are pleased nurse, passed through on
for It with a One, new sodawatoc
He ready
in New Smyrna on Monday.Mr. the former place on Monday. expects .
after. fountain. Call and tost it. probably leave Jacksonville to-day or that: Mr. Dixon U now much butter In last, on route to Hot Springs, Va.,
James Goldsmith is busily en- to be In Titusvllle to-morrow to-morrow for Norfolk, Va., to Join her health. and In a short time ho expects to whore Mr. Storry: resumes the nuuiago- J

gaged in the Hess store Jacksonville.The noon. husband an officer In the navy lie has oiive for his home In Toronto, Canada, montof Jill summer hotel.. Mr. Slurry I
THE: best line of men'n shoes, -all staple the three of the Palm Bench: Inn IIiL"I
to -Mr. W. G. Miles, a prominent or- been on cruise during past as manager ,
political pot is beginning ange grower of Seville, Fla., returnee and factory made-constantly on hand years or more. -Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Blotlgott!/ and mado fiilta| a reputation. and many of
bo about
bull, and office-seekers seem to home Monday, after spending several at the Eagle Clothing Store.mfrs. lUlu daughter/ Helen, after spending( the tho AitVocATK'H northern IIl1bsCI'III"I'1hllve

rather plentifully.May days with his brother, Mr. Geo. F. -Mr. Fred W Kettle, of St. Augustine winter at Daytona have started for their praised his management in very

Eau Gallic is going to Miles who has been on a trip to Nassau home In Grand Huplds, Mich., stopping
Day at :; Miles, of St. Augustine. Mr. has Georgia high terms,
Wilbur to
be a gala day. Let everybody attend who has spent about $30,000 on orange Sidney gone and Bay Hisoiiynu, returned homo on at several places en route. They will
who can. us that. Ills I, on a visit. Saturday. Mrs Kettloucpompanled her have two houses erected! the coming The AlciMiir, St. Augustine; Indian,

groves-Informed Injifred in last grove year's -Mr. J. 11. D. Smith of E.iU Gallle, husband all far as' Palm Bunch and Cocoanut summer-one on ,Khlgnwood avunno nndho River and! rand/ View hotels Titusvillo;

-It will 'certainly pay our farmers to were very but badly the trees were coming out arrived In town yesterday.The Grove, and spoke very highly of tho other on the bin It over-looking tho Hi>tul Al I Kresco, Jensen! ; Hotel Fort
read the article, "Para Grass and How freeze, manner I In which everything Is conducted 1'lul'ceL Fort Pierce; Hotels Melbourne
to Grow It," on our second page. fairly well now. beacons on Indian River are to at the Peacock Inn. ocean.A mind liolluviie, Melbourne! Palmetto

-Mr. W. G. Winans, .who recently to remain-so says !Senator I'asco. iibCKlptlon: list, for the purposeof Hotel, Daytona; Hotel Coqulnu, Or- i
left here Tues
-Dr. S. Graham
W. -Mr. H. L. Drown elll, a prominent of sufficient to
the fine residence and pineapple raising n sum money nand Coronado hotel, Coronado; Lemon -
day for West Palm Beach and Miami to bought There will bo a'"donkey" party ;
plantation at Eden, from his nephew, Michigan Chicago) avenue resident, accompanied purchase two gold bicycle medals to becom.eted City hotel, Lemon City; Valll's floating
look after his varied interests in Dade given in connection with the ice cream Brownlleld! met V
by Miss were week Tllusrlllo
for two by
of St. every hotel' all tile Fast Const
Mr. A. V. A. Winans, Augustine, Miami; on
county. this (Friday) evening/ by the In Jacksonville by an ADVOCATK' representative wheelmen ha the
has returned to Indian River after a few lades been.,! going are still opon and ready to receive! guests.
of the Methodist church. A capi- the first of the week. MMBrownfleld !
rounds of this week.
Freemasons of Titusville are particu- weeks' visit to his home In New York our townspeople ,Sue page 7.Mr. .
larly requested to note that the time of Mr.\ Winans Is very much pleased with tal and booby prlzj. Informed us. that her fatherwas .l lrt i) I III the amount required, and we understand -

meeting of 'the Iodgo Is 7:30 p. m., on Eden and his plantation, and he expects -Post master McLeod, of Cocoa, hag showing her a little of Florida Mr. that It has boon subscribed till It. E. hands, who managed the

the second and fourth Fridays in the to spend the greater part of the year on Followed the example of many others of Browntield Is known by a great many but" dollar or two. Now Kocklodgo hotel, Jtoekledge, no
Kiver. Mr. Winans the late, and has taken unto himself] a wife residents on Indian m ver. successfully this pnst season, wilting u*
Indian gave
Mrs. O. II. Nolan and llitlo girl of from Now York this week, says : "I
month.Mr. -
ADVOCATE office a pleasant call on Monday -Miss Maria Graham, of Coquina. We -In the race between the Kov. 8. V,
and Mrs. J. W. Ballantine and Jacksonville, after upending a couple of slutll road the ADVOCATE with great Interest
afternoon.Mrs. wish the newly-married couple every Jove and Mr. Wm. Trout lor, of Gallic,
Miss Helen Ballantine, after spendingthe and week or MO In town with Mr. and Mrs.' every week I have enjoyed my
.
winter at Sharpen, returned home- F. M. Ironmonger: Mrs. Murrayher happiness' prosperity.The to catch the freight train, Tuesday morn- l.. A. Brady, returned to tho metropolis winter at Ilocklodgp, from a business r

wards on Tuesday. We hope to see ( sister), Mrs. Walter Watson, Miss Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., of ing, Mr. Treutlor came out ahead, leaving itttunUy last, well pleased with their standpoint; also for many other reason.

them on Indian River next winter.,, Stella Hale and an ADVOCATE representative South Jacksonville states that for ordersof the expounder of the gospel behind stay In Titusvillo. Roth Mrs. Nolan and Our little IIDIIMU, had a remarkable run of '1

were a pleasant party ,who gathered two ton and upwards of their brands to-wait for the afternoon passenger train. her daughter, who Is a very brightyuunglaity business and If 1 return again{ I shall ?
-There will be regular services at the together at the residence of Col. F. they will deliver same free of all freight Parson love said It was too bad to get fur her ago, mado many friends hope to five tho New" Kockledga/ hotel +

Methodist church, Tituavllle next Sun- M. Ironmonger, Springfield, Jacksonville charges to any railway station on the left behind, and watch a good runner while hero.On tactic much better before It I..* mado
day. The subject of sermon for the at until like Tl'eutler1:0 off the train.
on Sunday afternoon last, to discus East Coast catalogue price, /: on larger/ ,
evening will be: "Dancing from a bibli- notice. he
further 8th will found tilt
our
Mes- laIC
Indian River. and
old-time events on -Mr. A. W. Wright, a prominent
the
cal Hotel Ormond under management 0
point of view. \.. Ilarbot A Co. fruit unit prllduce ,
ad. of
and Murray reported of died resident of Toronto Canada .
dames Ironmonger -Rev. Mr. Harding Ormond wealthy of Anderson A Price, has done a big ij
-Mr.: Henry Egger left here, 1\londar': their recent visit to Palm Beach, Ormond suddenly on the streets Tuesday evening and friend of Mr. Oeo. F. Miles, of St. commission mnrulnints/ of New Or tourist business this season; so much so, AI

for Miami, to take charge of his 8 and St. Augustine; as a very enjoyableone from heart failure.. Ills wife and bright Augixitlne/ passed through Titusvllle loan, ; They are an old-established urn, that up toa day or *o of the closing-
store at that place. Henry has an excel- throughout.Mr. talented daughter have been at Ormon.lwith Monday en route to Rock ledge and. other centrally located, and occupy( one of the Wednesday nth-thoro wore sixty-
lent record in Tltusville and we hope Deceased's along, the East Coast for the largest stores of any establishment In Ii
celebrated his him all the winter. remains pure five guests In the house, nearly all of
our Miami friends will give him a glad G. Cary-Elwes at the Indian River hotel were sent to his wife's home la pose of viewing the land and country In heir line Barbot A: Co. are not now to whom would have remained h the
30th birth-day the East Coast, having bundled consider-
welcome to their midst. Tuesday evening, by Invitinga Massachusetts.It. general. Mr. Wright I Is a very jovial week If the house had not close) We
Titusvllle for lids
able beans, eto., grower on
and said he hi
-Mrs. Clias. B. Cory passed through few friends to dinner. The hotel manager gentleman, waIf enjoying coast, on which they modo quick and have heard It whispered that many of
the East much.
Coast
Titusville, Saturday last, on her way to excelled himself on this occasion by Is Coining trip along very good sale. and promptly remitted time the guests rebelled vigorously/ at the

St. Augustine where she went to have a supplying the guests with a dinner of a -Mr. R. L. Griffith, a prominent resident cash. This !Ilrm is said to bo favorably closing of Hotel Ormond before the end
troublesome tooth attended to. She re- recherche description. Wine and cigars Yes, one of the biggest stocks of of Providence, K. I., who IIKH been known to many of our plnuaptilo growers of April and the popular manager now t

turned to her house-boat at West Jupi- followed with many good wishes. for ladles', gents' and children's furnishing spending the winter on Indian River and In .selecting a NEw Orlnaim representative regret that they had not arranged to
ter Sunday night-making the return the health and prosperity of Mr. Elves !goods Titusvllle bRA ever witnessed.Mr. boarded the Clyd steamer Comanche for the Indian Klvcr A: Luke be Ion until the 20th at least. OrmondIs

trip on Mr. H. M. Flagler's private car. Among those present were: J. A. Hap- Carl Curtis Is dally receiving thin Tuesday, en route home. While stoppingat Worth Pineapple Grower' Association n delight spot to spend April.
of which will
persette, O. C. Elves, Budinot Pritchard, fine display and dry goods the whole, of Kockledge: this season, .)Ir. Orlflith we believe liarbot A,, <'::0. could Illl the That Well known society paper, theSt. {
-Mr. Joseph Richardson, the popularand Louis Cole Eugene Hale and Chas. II. surprise delight our was" reckoned u* one of the champion bill. New Issued good
residents on Indian River with ltd elegance Augustine very
well-known general passenger agentof Walton. fishermen, he having mode some big In connection withIt
and Julius Kline souvenir supplement
vastness Mr.
the Florida East Coast Line was suddenly ,
called north Tuesday evening -We certainly appreciate the many being now In New York superintending catche Ha says he hope to be at ICock- Ln at jWwf Continued on 8th Pa tr.IIOTKL this. month. Tho photo-engraving of
on ledge early' next winter. The AIIV(1 TJ: huteUSupt.
various the chief officer of the Flagler
words written UII from Included' are gents'
his kind Its purchase.
owing to the serious Illness of ---
follows Mr Griffith to Providence.Mr. .
mother, who resides at Benova Pa. points along the East Coast with refer- clothing suitable and good for summer C. B. Koott Managers Joseph

We trust she is in better health by this ence.to the selection of the ADVOCATEto wear,, ladles' goods shoes umbrella, Fred K. Taylor Inform. u* thatIf NTI H. I'. Oreavei, nnd Fred terry: CashierA. 1
time. print the delinquent tax list. We evidently hats, neckwear valises, trunks, etc.-In the other property owners on the riverbank L. }Marsh Bookkpr. Woldman, Night I
have a good many friends along fact, everything In the dry good line1. between Hutchinson avenue and The Screven House I III one of tho popular Clerk ''. V. Barton and Supt. A. M. Taylor I+

-Mrs. Parthenia F. Dimick, mother of the East Coast. Some expressions And talk about prices. low I IR no name Main .street would agree to open a road stepping place at Savannah. -aie fairly good, but those of Manager '

Capt. E. N. Dimlck, of Palm Beach our opinion were rather too hard upon for them-a Sandwich bland cannibal at the back of their residence: he I* Dame Rumor says there I Is a probability ; Komer Gllll* and Henry W. Merrillare 01

passed through Tltusville Monday, for Bro. Blackman. In a letter from Eden I It could almost be .Induced .to purchase" quite[ willing to deed the riglit-of-way: of Mr. Jaudon Brown leasing Hotel anything but complimentary; In fact it'r..'

summer visit to Michigan, baa accompanied says: "I cannot possibly see what right himself a full rig-out at the figure. So .brought his property. The opening of Coquina this summer. the photo of Mr. Merrill-whom we are
by Miss Nina Wood who the Cocoa paper had to the tax list, and come at once and examine thl beautiful I this road would place several fine building well acquainted with-I* a complete and
Pent the winter there with her sister : Commissioners showed tbel display of good, If you wish bargain lot on the market. Our mayor TIle De.Soto, Savannah, I I..* one of the decided fraud upon so good-looking; a

-Mrs. Geer. Mrs. Dimick took north Rood sense In giving It to the AnvoCATE and want to save money. Everythingfor who certainly ha the welfare of the finest hotel In Georgia ami several of gentleman, and the ADVOCATE 1* aur-

with her the body of her husband, MDimlck Again, Is not Blackman a strong repub- cash at a very small profit. town at heart, would do well to bring onr northern readers have spoken very pricedand Brother Varty-the young

who died at Palm- Beach several, lican ?" Mall order promptly and efficiently this matter before the Town Council. highly of It. / handsome editor of the News

years ago. attended to from any place on the Kant Mr. Henry W. Merrill. Hotel Royal could be*o easily Imposed upon.

Kemember I Coast of Florida. Plant and Flower for Bale.Mr Polnclaoa' well known and genial man -
Fine Watches, JITLII KLIXE, Crawfordlions.
the
will Boon be seen at

Clocks and jewelry repaired by Antnony Anthony Bros: carry a full line of Tltnsvllle, Fla. *;C. F. Fischer, Titusvllle, can supply ., White Mountains, N. U. Wanted-Money.

Bro.. Beach. jewelry,musical merchandise and optical yon' with plant, cut rose and other River yid the -
Indian
West Palm The Has, Hotel
goods at West Palm Beach.A For Sale flower, cheap for cash. New Rockledge hotel are all closed for Loan of 'IISOO to'$7,001) on first-clatr
Also fresh ben and dock eggs.J. real estate HODrlt7.Add .
will be l
Ice Cream for Sale Ix : cheap The Daytona Ice plant. Address, the season. FlorldUn mountain soon ,.,**, E. K. BBOWI.,;;
the
their to
KEYSTONE rBATOBoxvol- MB... F. W. Bush, R. Hicwrrr, WATCHMAN: ,at Chaff, wending way 8-f Care ADVOCATE.Tlttuvllle .

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1 4' iii Consult ,TMIIICS :3Iott, road straIghter: : together" with the following Highest bf all in Leavening Power.Latest U.:S.: Gov't Report- ROMIMS & GRAHAM
1 1tl \ exception.: In front of E. A. THE I
Trcl.ind'N land went line of road is located
Orlnndo Xumcry, for orange/ lemon .
30 feet from of bluff
l and fruit trees, vines and upper edge ,
grape grape BakingGardner
Marshal "iel roses. as per stakes put down, except so far as R
JAMKS MOTT, is neccsiiary to secure good connectionsat VAI Paid Up'Capltat $25,000.00.
north and south lines; on II. J. La
Orlando, Fla.
Tourneau's land adjoining, the road is LAW LOANk\ REAL ESTATE
located: along present margin; road Is located Powder ;,
Ordt'J"H :Now Taken west of the Lucas store building; -\,
I I on the land of T. E. Richards, north of

t For pineapple ;slips;;; and suckers-Red the Merwln lot, road: curves" to the west, "BsOI..IJTEILY PDRE We have for safe( a \:rge list of carefj
HO as to cross
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Spanish! Egyptian Queen, 1'trnambuco, north of T. E. Richards. residence grade, pass and __ _____- ------- -- selected Indian Rider Properties. '
I'ou" Wco, White Antigua. Apply
I ilit. KATie B. PAUKIX: go road back Is located to margin/west at of his north line; & Sons, blankets for jail R/ :SO) I -Military Byers, of Urbana, 0., arrived Agents for Sale of Lands,of inc. Florida Coast
; West Palm Beach, Fla. large gumbo A T Feaster, com. as treasurer. 8287 in town yesterday, so look out for 1
j limbo tree, In front of Mrs.LaTourneau's Co.
V Barnell, attention to lunatic 100 another marriage as soon AS Mr. Dolaon, Canal and Transportation
I packing house and blazed tree up to P T nudge, county com . (100( the electric light man, returns from '
Banana Sucker For Sale. Church street lot south north
from
; to R W Rhodes shirts for lunatics IX I Jacksonville. C.A.1'W'.A.L '1'\.TDS.
line of laud.* of W. F. Richards road IB

;q r ,Imperial. Dwarf Banana suckers, $5.00 located west of blazed trees and of margin J A Mendel Cleveland, 4 ;copies reg.officer proceedings: .!... .., 1041 I 5 00 -What Is the matter with Mr. Steve Florida Southern Railway,. Jacksonville Tarn V* bey' West" Railway COh

h; 'I.. per.100; $22.r>0.per 500, 40.00 per 1,000. In passing good pineapple lands, and J E Bowman, Jail fees. . . 30 (00 Gelger's bicycle r An ADVOCATE: correspondent in Lands. Disston Company's. Indhin Klverlrfnw and Investment co CAsh. with order. this route, In our opinion, Is the best J E Bowman feeding :35 40 says It joined with Steve other Low Price r de.
1 lit II. WILKINSON.Itockledge and most practical route for said road to E W Hall prlsoneis. some acquatlc sports,.Tuesday, at Cocoa,
I' com. as collector. . 300 00 '
and both made record. Ask him for Price List of Carefuny"'Ssieded
Write riopertle
run. a great Descriptive
I1 Fla. J E Bowman, janitor. :. .. 5 00
James Holmes about it.
J E Bowman, waiting on board. 6 00 Titus ville. Florida...
Fancy IMnenpple PlautM. J.Wm.S. II.Keck Tancre, jf B Wright, deputy sheriff. ... 1 50 -New Rockledge hotel, Rockledge, t I
J Houston, county com .... 1:120E : closed Its doors, Tuesday, after a very
Road Commissioners.The B Wager, printing .. . 15 00 successful season, under the manage-
Hardy: vigorous, grown without shelter. above report is accepted, and ordered Alicia Hospital, for N Green 1800! ment of Jlr. II. E..Bernig. Ills numer- Fred S. Ghaffev ltFRED
Prices on application to notices to be posted, according to Electric Light Co..... . . 14 00 ous friends will be glad to see him on C O
E..U..B. TYNDALL, law.The II Titus pros attorney. . $1 :J3 Indian River next season. :
27n>arOmo Waveland, Fla. bond of C. 8. Schuyler for notary F S Chaffee, medicine for prin. I 0 8.1 J;
public being presented to the Board for M 8 Jones, county judge. . 75: 00) -Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, of
Wood for Hale.I approval, the same was examined and Duron & Feaster, merchandise 6 :-JO! West Somervllle, Mass, gave our office a S. CHAFFEE, TITUSYILLE, l Fill.
approved. L K Meyers, justice of peace. 3 00I pleasant call yesterday. They have beenon Registered Pharmacist
The county treasurer having made his It State Bank, interest . . 1107 a tour of the state, and also to Nassau
will supply oak wood at 85cts.; a quarterly report, ending March 31st, Dr Platt, amputating leg and carIng which place they were delightedwith. A Complete Assortment of
; load; I by the cold' *:5. Pine wood, 7*>cls.pur after having been examined was approved for Green. . ., . ::1-i 50 Its flue and clean roads are a
IItu: loud,, ,; cord, 450.; flood loiuU. and accepted by the Board. M G Ellis, deputy sheriff( . 4 40 treat to see. Mr. and Mrs Hathaway -f* PURE DRUGS and Druggists Suudri ri ri8
Address, W. LEE, On motion, J. Houston and R. D. A A Stewart, road records 2000A left for Ocala, Oklawaha fiver and other
I' i o P. O., Tltusvllle, Fla Hoke were appointed a committee to A Stewart, accountant. . 15 (00 places today.We I
r, I bum the warrants turned over by the F II Wright, deputy Bheriff. 8 35; In of volume of fine Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude .cj
are receipt a
treasurer, ns per schedule. The committee FT Budge, hire of launch. . 2000
views of Columbus Ohio, from Dr. F. We and careful attention to all mail orders
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1 For Charter having repotted to have performed Paupers for month of March..., fill 00 wk give prompt .
\ -' their duty, !asked to be dis- R D Hoke, road work . . 8000 II. Houghton, of that place which also
(' The sloop|, yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt. charged, which was accordingly done. Chas Sanders, ." ," .. 10 (00)() ,gives the pictures of Ohio of a number whom of prominent we- We want your trade. Give us a Mi
men among;
fJoo. Cook, by the day, week or month. On motion It was ordered that the J Houston, for lighters. . .. 200 0/1/ notice the doctor. Both Dr. and
treasurer be Instructed to transfer three N N Penny, road work. .., . (110( ) genial
Thlsyncht is fitted up with the best of 5 Mrs. Houghton, who have been spending Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, POI'\II!\;
accommodation for ladles. Capt. Cook hundred dollars from the F. and F. fundto Pomar Thomas, Jail, work .... 2200 the winter In Daytona expect to pay Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc
Is a reliable, man and well acquainted prisoners fund. Phoenix Mills, for lumber, . I fl (00)() Tltusvllle visit In the of a weekor 0Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps I
with all tlio fishing and hunting groundson In the matter of N. M. Fish, et. al. for (} F Paddlson, II . 3 25 a course friends
i the river. the voting precinct of Cocoa, Fla., to be J E Bowman, feeding S. pria. 12 00) here two will, which be glad news to learn.their many'

,}. Addiexit, CAPT. Oeo.; COOK, extended north so as to include the north T E James.-attendance pauper. .. 150 E. L :: 3RA:c Y
+ F. A A. M. Tltusvllle, Fla. line of W. F. DIxon's grove, running due 7
west to the St. Johns river, section 20,
township 24, south of range 3d( east. W. -Be sure yon attend the social this Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertili
F. DIxon's north line is J ofsection evening at Mr and Mrs.; Goodell's. RHEENUAFSsCRDSBY ; l lI ,
L imi2VAII: > COUNTY CO3IMIS.HIONKltS. line; Cocoa being more convenient for You'll have a good time.
the voters; and It Is further ordered that call the Attention of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of
-Miss Susie Gladwin returned to .
; the clerk do record the boundaries: of school at Winter Park on Tuesday: having JEWELERS Staple: Ac U'tiiicy, C3-irooories t, Ji..rui:. '
said district as the law requires, and that
'; Tho Boatel of County Commissioners a copy of this order be published in the spent the Easter holidays In town ESTABLISHED 1868 And Food ProductsOf
+ pleasantly with her Miss
met pursuant to adjournment. Present: Cocoa and Rocklodge News once'a week Susie very will be home for the parents JACKSONVILLE 1 FLA All Kinds Also My Stock of' V
,. I Win. II. isli.irjn';' chairman; F. T. Budge, for a period of four weeks.In summer vacation -
J. Mendel, J. Houston, K. D. Hoko, A. the matter of, the petition of C J In the early part of June. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal\ )
A. Stowuit:! clerk; J. E. Bowman, sheriff. Gwinn, et al, for a new voting district at -
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The following ImxIncNS was transacted, White City, It Is ordered that the prayerof W. J. HILL. II. M. PAPWOKTH.
i to-wlt I the petitioners bo granted, and that a am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above Dill
I'' The minutes of last meeting were road new voting district be and the same Is Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. Invite your correspondence and i III

and confirmed. hereby established, with the boundaries South Florida Wholesale House your patronage. Very trulyLUMBER
'', ''t The report of the Honorable County to-wit: Beginning at the northeast cor- :EJ. L. :SILA-T,
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+ I II month of March. having been examined, thence south to the centre of the north
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( was approved by the Hoard. line of township :30, range 30, thence
On motion It was ordered that the west to the northwest corner of town- !
tl ? 'i time of the Collector for closing his tax ship 30, range 37, thence south to southwest ESTABLISHED 1873.
.. hooks for the yen 181)5): bo extended to 'corner of said township, thence '
i the 20th day of May next. east to southeast corner of township 30, Doors Sash and Blinds and Builders'
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I Oil motion. i It was ordered that the tax range 40. thence north to n-o corner of .Building
sales bo published In the ADVOCATE.: sec. 13, thence west to n-w corner of
\ The road lepoit of viewers appointed said sec., thence north to n-e corner of Materials of all Kinds.
) to inaik, view and layout a noon sec. 2, thence west on township line bo- Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Nails
r W, M. Hendry's stole. to the a. 3d 40 '
< I I tween townships \ range to cen S.A.m'FOEl.D: PLOEl.JD.A.:
t w.,! V. IS. C. U'y, was accepted, and .notices tre of sec. 3V: township 33, range 40, B 111'Id ers' Hardware.In fact, a complete stock of everything requH
i ordered, posted according! lo law. thence to north line of said sec., thence ) building a hou8e Estimates| furnished
The bond qf T. J. Coukshutt for SlIpel' .west to n-w corner of'said sec., thence THE
,' ;f visor of election hclnj,:: 1 presented to the north to n-e corner of BOO. 27, thence DECANTER. Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River ,and Lake WijTI

k west to n-w corner of said sec., thence "
examIned. north to point of beginning; and it Is.. rrr:: Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.
I further ordered that. White City be the' Lesley & Reaaker Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallie and Jensen
kt1 j'rl_llo being 1 presented to the hoard for voting place of said district which will G. F. PADDISON,
.: 1y iijrjiwval' the same was examined and be numbered :21; and, it Is further or-
accepted tiered that the clerk record the boundaries Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies, EAU GALLIE, FLORIDij
On motion, It was ordered! that the of said district, as the law requires,
tax collector ho Instructed I to allow the and that a copy of this order be published Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout.

t 1 exemption of taxes to the follo'l\' InJ- in the Star once a week for a A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and 'Pool Tables.
nil mod widows, as allowed by law I Mrs period of four weeks.
T. W. Smith, 1\[. Johnson, K.: hued, J.. Road Cnmmls lonors' report :-We, Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
K. Brady. the undersigned, appointed by your honorable orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER, I p 1
U The following persons. were granted body, on the 5th day of Feb. 1SI!)( ., Titusville, Florida. a I
'jH'imlU to carry repeating titles: D. with Instructions to mark, view and lay ,
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iluuter, James lloyd. out the best route for a public road between 1 e 1
Tho petition of 3. L. Jeffords! et. al., Sueger's north line at Ankona and ; /
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neighborhood road from the Atlantic Fort" Pierce, and running along the bank STEVENS BROS. & CO. c.- ...
ocean to Indian River, wa noceptod. : of Indian River, beg leave. to report as The Indian River U very attractive at this point; splendid Jan,1 l Is eerLadapted ,
to 1'lneal Ilell and othei: Fruits,and Is situate,) at Ankana, fustnortn of the Mil"
I follows : That we, after having subscribed Herman Grove. The J.,st .t.&: r. R. R'y rune through the property,making ehlpplng' '!ac iJJ
i Ix On application of counsel the Board to the oath as by law I I uneurp..sed. For partluulan,addreee the owner,

lays the appointment of viewers of the before entering on our dunes, make this STEVENS POTTERY GA AttTHVK D. PERKINS, New Haven, C i"l
,, I petition. of M. L. Jeffords et. al. for a our general report; that we proceeded "I'E" "" ,. x; ; :=::
i neighborhood road over for further conuldoratlon. to the said proposed location of said
1 public road upon the 28th of February, MANUFACTURERS OF EX> .A. X> II..I1VGOocoa ...
!flI: On motion, it was ordered that a permit 18UH/ beginning at the north line of S -

'i ; I bo grunted to W. P. Moone to plant Sncgcr Bros at Ankona, and the road Is Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all Florida
oysters on his riparian rights on the following located In accordance with the general ,
'I described l lands: I'aitof the cu t- wUh of residents, viz., east lino of same Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and '
half of tho northwest J of section 17, being about !O feet from edge of riverbank DEALER 'IN........
+ township 21, south of range 30(/ east, extending except In the following cases of Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
4I ; along Indian River between M. T. Tain man's windbreak, antI runs Wood and Metallic
close at Home, and from clever men.
Save buying
lamUof Chits. A. Muddox and Martha J. east of blazed true at Mrs. 1'ratt's. In your money by

Bullock on the oust bank of Indian Kiver. tho case of Mr. homes, before teaching -. ---_ -. ---_- --- -- -- .. .
On motion, permit was granted to F. there the road to turn west following Coffins and. Caskets'Zino
II. Boye to plant oysters on his riparian trail rond, to follow east of Now Open at ,
1 rights on the following described lands: dared trees at Mrs. I'r'att's. In the case FLOATING HOTEL
Tt /Strip: 24 of the sub-division of-tho Deles- of Mr. Humor, before teaching there, the MIAMI
plno! grant, bordering on Indian River desired road to turn west following present and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is lit
beginning at the northeast corner of sailstill trail road, to follow east of blazed der the management of an experienced Funel'al Director and Embalmer, using
1 1 \ at the water line of Indian HI01'1 trees, at Mr.' Mathers and Mr. Illggln-/ IDiiclo Oo., Fl// L. moat improved methods of emb\lmlug. AU orders by mall or wire receive prunf
and run eastwardly toward tho bottom. Along Mrs. Chatfee't front, attention. EDWARD STILING,
of Indian River I of a mile thence southward road turns to west slightly to save valuable Fla.
Cocoa Indian River,
to south line of petitioners riparian trees at W II. Robinson's; road! Excellent Fishing and Sailing. ,
boundary to a point i- of a mile from the runs east of blazed trees and generally -
j water line of Indian River, thence west- follows line of margin, and so on to
L; el'ly to the southeast coiner of said strip point of destination. Protect YOUrse1y !

H4. a''I i bed.the same not being maternal oyster A.Oeo.Cox E.,And1"t w Sea Food a Specialty. es from Fire

'' Road Commissioners report-We, the Goo. A. Saeger. -
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t' body on the\ :S 1st day. of January, Board And notices ordered to be posted STILING FLORIDA CART Roofing Of all Kinds, Steel, Iron, Metal Shingles, I*
I 181)0\ (, with instructions to mark, view according! to law. THE EDWARD neatly Rock, etc.; Steel Brick aDd "
I and lay out the best route for public In the matter of the proposed public Stamped Steel Corrugated Iron Siding;; Corrugated
load between Jensen and Ankona and rond from City Point to W. F. DIxon's Ceilings, Building Paper, etc.
4+ running along bank of Indian River, bog north line along tho liver bank, It Is Made for Sandy Soil Having 3-incli Tread. # # # THE KANSAS
leave to report as follows: That we, ordered that N. M. Fish, R. L. Dixon CITY METAL ROOPIK & CORRDGATKC, CO.
after having first subscribed to the oath and Ueo. E. Chester be hereby appointedas ,
a required by law before entering on our three disinterested tree holders to JEROME TWICHELL, 416 Delaware Street
duty make this our general relort.Ve mark, view and lay out a route for a President & General Manager. MO.
would prefer a road running In front ofT public aoad, upon the most practicableroute MHSAS CITY,
E. Richard residence, If means were along the river bank, between City -
taken to secure it from Injury. We are Point and W. F. DIxon's'noith line to -
requested to enter a protest on behalf of act In lieu of viewers of appointed at :eOe'l' :' E.
the Jtichards'- family, also II. J. La- the, March meeting of the Board who ::l\I.tIt\4S7: ::: : :Tr.: ,
Tourneau against: any front road; we failed to act.
j also fount Wyman and Homer opposed. On motion It was ordered that the (r -. Dealer Into -
In none of these oases did It appear that clerk be ordered to review the various
any reasonable compensation would be precincts of the county, showing the
s accepted; that we proceeded to the said boundaries as they will exist on July -
i I proposed location of the said public road 10 1800 and to make record of the .
l en the 31st day vf January, 18it! ) and beginning same.
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at the bank of Indian River at a The following bills were audited and
street running east and west from Jensen -i ordered paid: FOR SALE BY V cps d
railroad station, and running along I J E: Bowman, feeding Co. dogs. .* 4 00

;lilt bank of said liver In a northerly dire K D poke, county comru'er 20 00 EDWARD STILING..... .. .. ..... .. .. cf.2...
Lion and ending/ Saoger's north lint, J Mendel 0 -illWII y
Ankona; east line of rod Is located Sharpe 0 00 .
distance of 20 feet from upper edge/of L E Munn, com. on lunatics.. .... 2 00 # * The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer. Saddles: Bridles, Whips, RiRepairiDg ta, Cur 1)s
+ bluff, unless where a slight variation/ I Is A Cleveland, '. 2 00 to W mail orders. of -Comb: ,, etc.,etc. ]Promptnestles&solicited. ,
desirable to save special trees or reader T E James, physician lunatics.. 4 00 COCOA, Indian River FLORIDA.,. : Harness and Cons our Specialty: Your patroWT|

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i MOCIKTIKS, ETC. cutting about ten inches long and put wind making' he atmosphere delightfully Genuine Bargains A Boon to florida !

in basket; make a "sticker" out .f a cooL Special mention should be

! I given Mr. Thos.,Vandergvlfft for his un- s
L 1 Free and green palmetto eem, three feet long, ,
R\ t hollow out the email end and rounding' tiring efforts to imohe the dance a perfect IN REAL, ESTATE.

Mtlfel. and smoothing the other. One man begins success. j -
Accepted Masons i Water Works for four Homes
at one end of ''bed and mopes backwards Among those pronent were Mesdames No. 1. Twelve acres of hammockland 1

dropping.eittings as thick as you King, Derate, :Miller. Birkner, Laney at Sharpen postofllce' about 300 feet

can afford; anotbor man follows mp with and Magill; Misses Llda McConnell, front on Indian River, and runs back to Etc under jour own Control

Indian Titusvlllt the "sticker" and punches the cutting Irene C. lUefcard, .Ella Carlin, Edith county road; has upon It a house of nix ,
River Fla, rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000;
I Lodge, No. 00"into the soil '(mud I), leaving one .Joint Carlln, Ada VandergritTt, Belle VandergrifTt barn, stable, outbuilding; etc. Has a

y exposed above ground; and your plant Blan-cb Bnxtker: Naunia Cailln, grove of 5001arge' bearing trees, In fine

Holds lu meetings the "second and fourth Frl-' is planted. .Planted] 1 In June you ClIO Lea King and Ola Kyle] ; Messrs. J. II. condition before the freeze, and will soon YOU FURNISH THE WATER; WE DO

r day. of eiu'h. mouth, I at the Court Uuun...,Tluiii- mow it la ant week two feet high. Carlln Chas Car In, Chas. Bfrkner, Ben recover and bear !good crop. Remainderof J
villa, at 7elt: p. .... land cleared, and Is of best quality for
' D. R. Wilson, Worshipful t6r.I The grass does! not begin to grow until II. Duster, J. W. Cronk, Will Joyner, vegetable/ farm. This: property was hold THE REST, ,,,,,,, '''''','

i A. T. Feaster, Hoiilor Warden. i about ,May, but after that It glioukl be Harry.,DuBois: Dan ROMS, O. W. King, film at 0,000 o.e year ago; will sell today

I Oeo. W. Scobie, Junior. Warden mowed, everynix >weight week. .In O. F. Laney, Jas. Armour, jr., E. Miller, for $3,800! ; *1IOO( cash and $2,200 Used with open and driven wells,
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I Joseph Mendel, Swciotary.< : July :we hv found a stray grass thir Chas. Armour Jim rime, Dennis McConnell nay remain oa mortgage. This is a springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
most desirable place for a home, Rood;
, J. M. Dixon, tieanurer.U.
F. Hall, Senior Deacon. teen feet long. !iTlajitcd thin, dt will F. C. Archer: ', Thus. Vander- location, close to postofflce, school] an air pump delivers the water allover

A. Cleveland, Senior Steward lodge and( take root :at the jotutft, and grlfft, Walter Johnson' (W. P. Beach). church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood.The house with No cost -

Chan. II. Walton, Junior Steward., send up sto"la: planted 1 thick, i-lt: will Messrs.! Albert and Jack Thompson bare land alone Is almost worth the your pressure. j

grow upright at onoe, and aho.atool. furnished the mimic. All the ladles were price asked. to operate. No windmill or overhead .. .

i o .. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.ReiMi Our land Is overflowed twice eiuiii year dressed In the oiMtomary Easter drew, 'I'I No. 2. Thirty acre tract, 'with house tank. Simple and durable.] :;! 4:

I .nl0Li ilKeNi>. au:kolilH. its niflotluRa at spring aad fall-sometimes with while white nults: were Mcatterd promiscuously of eight rooms., artesian well, large portion Write or apply for particulars] to the. BUCHER'S'
tile Court hoimu the firm rOil Tlinrmluy even- etc. adjoins hotel property Pneumatic Water oJ--
r luiiHof taflt. month,.at S a elork p.m. ,brackish water, and .It seems to tie a among gentlemen. I at Sarno cleared, near ;Eau Gallic. The land ADVOCATE, or to System. Works

L. tt. C<*>1)Y, A. I). OEK1KR, ,benefit, especially as it-the water-kills A.. D. G. I: alone is worth more than price wo quote, For either Dome.tlcDearIng '
C. C. ]l1..r F. & K. of R. A S. Parslow & Co. or Pnbilc Purposes.Dearlng .
7 out wild grace and woods. I have eon $2,250.; The owner refused #;S,0Olayear ,
my beds covered with me foot of water, There Is more Catarrh in this section ago. He must sell without delay, and Parslow & Co., .
ISHl :RIVER 4JU.\RU8. of the country titan all other diseases has authorized to take $2,20; ; :#l,2oOcash ; TAMPA, FLA. A. H. PARSLOW, Man.. '

WrlJl at the :Armory .over nnunty Jail! every and the grass wavering one foot above put together/, and until the last few years balance may remain on mortgagc.No.3. T..I'l.a. .

'IJooo.U7 ereulnir; la tlm month, ntSo'rlm'k.! the water was supposed to be Incurable. For a .._.. ... .. .
A.T. 'IEK.CIlJl''n. One hundred and thlity-slx -- ---- ----- -------- -----------
Since I finished planting my afte- great many years doctors pronouncedIt .
.-.... ..... ... .- Home three yeal'/I.&go-I/ have not bought a ]local disease! and prescribed local] and Three-quarters 85-100 acres of of land a mile at water New Itiver front.
remedied, and by constantly failing to
CIUIUCHKH.EISCOPAL : an ounce of hay, and have had from cure with local treatment, pronounced Description as follows! : Lots 3I and

r three to five head of stock. Allowed to Incurable. Science:; has] proven catarrh 8 of section 13, township 50, south of

., CIICKCH.Jtrf grow two feet high; the grass is rather to be constitutional\ disease, and, there range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
1 (I'D* the let and Sril Sundays In each fore, requites constitutional: treatment. whole tract, or less I than $7.50 per acre; 4 s .,+ + .
t uiuntli .at It a in. and 1 7'M p. ".. HimilaynoliooJ. coarse; but cut and fed green, the stock Hairs Catarrh Cure, manufactured by or we will take $10 per acre in forty
ever" l | in. K;. eat It clean. Cured cows well fed acre tracts. We own this land 1 ourselves
,
a p. iu.nunnduVedneeduys.. Litany service\ every up F. J. Cheney &; Co., ToledoKhto' Is the
Friday at 10 a. 111. are apt to leave the buts; but to obviate only constitutional, \ cure on-itho market. but need money to develop other a\a
1.1 RKV. It. F. Iluow,, Hector.frl enterprises, hence offer It at a price'
that and for economy's sake, J. cut all It Is taken Internally in doses from! 10 which will insure early sale.] Buy this .
drops to a tooHpoonfnl. It acts directlyon .- y4.4e
l my liay-either green or cured-in a the blood and mucous surfaces of the laud and double your money. .
;METHODIST CIliniCH.
i fowl cutter and mix with meal and bl'n.a,. system. They offer one hundred dollars No. 4. The north three-fourths of
llrnt, third and fourth
N BnniliiyH ReItularsorvloeeevery. at I II a.! u... und 7IH: p. III. Humbly. and In that condition the stock eat every for any case it falls to cure bend for southeast quarter of section 7, and of N
Hclioiil! every! Sunday ut 101nn.' III. KpwurtliI particle. circulars and testimonials. Address, lot 4 of section 8dn township 38, south
,...itKiiueiii>li Siimluy tl'lM J) p. in... 1'rayer inretliiKuvtpry F. J. CHENKV & Co., 150 F
of 41 eastcontaining aCI'08.This n
Between of fist beds I did range 11
Thiirniliiy nllit( ut 7CK) I' in. U'lia some my ..
Toledo, O.JCjP'Sold tract has a large frontage on the II CL
LuilliiH' Aid Hoolety inni'tH every Wednesilny! t
at J:nap. / '. m. Everybody weluoine at our church not dig a ditch, and they do not produce by Druggists, 75c. St. Lucie River, two miles from the railroad :. f IA eG
j "oIVI<", .. as much as those I made later; but, as It crossing. Plioe #15 per acre. Qs
F. M. C. EA1JS!' I'UHtor.rKhHUYTKRIAN -- "
Is, I estimate my yearly eut from the A Happy Tliouglit. n"x
No. R. Lot 4 of section 32, township
CIIIJKCH. acre at eight ton Think 1 can make :37, south range 41 east, containing 77

I another acre produce ten tone yearly. I Tourist: "Good evening, Mr. Pa i'son. acres. This tract has a quarter of a
.
i Survives every Hnlihath at 11.a. in.and 7.80ii.m.Runday
the St. Lucle River at
Hrlinol at U:4A: a. in., Ch..... Gardner, Intend to mow every six weeks from I am glad that you have/ so- large a con mile front on i ,
Biipt rruvur. innnUnK on ... Stuart :Station. Price #:35 per acre. S
at7HO.:: Thu iMilillu art cordially. invlicllvtoiat.. June until February. Cut my last crop gregation. On my last visit, you did not -: O .
t 1 wed, our ...n\co... the 10th of January. have a dozen worshippers present In No. 6. A tract of twenty-ono acres, 1 4'4 !oii.r
II. M. (J'"H>KLL, TlUltor.BAPTIST at Ewanton
fronting on Biscayne Bay,
"NUIIBEIt: NINE. church. What Is the cause of this
j your south Cocoanut 11J
Heights, one mile of- h r
CHURCH. change ?" Grove. Price 5000. This price may

1. i'' .' Preaching every Hdiiund and.I fourth Sundays, JOYOUS JAMAICA. Mr. Parson : "Quite correct, Mr.Touilst. seem high! but if you will try to buy any
; iniirnlnix and evening Prayer Mooting" every It seems 1 had 1 been wearyingmy land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in good
,,G t WodiiHHdny. evening at 7.Ml:( o'clock., Sunday, ]location, you will get your eyes opened
I (' p /Buliiinl every! Hiiiiday: at 0:45 a. .... Also prenuh- Contrasted With the Unhappy congregation very much by giving as to pl'loessked in that section. This SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !
ti lug unit Sunday" at Lnlranie( ; SenondSonduy,
them sermons of 30() and 40 minutes desirable .
f I' tick Hill. All are uordliilly Invited to attend State of Cuba. tract is the only parcel we
li. A. OEIIJKH, Paxter. British length. I became enthusiastic, and then !have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York,
The Benefit of Rule.
", gave. them a few of 50 minutes' duration, The price asked, 3,0(10; ( will yield 1 us a The Fleet in composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :a"Comanche"
Henry 1<1. Shufelt, a prominent Chi: fair profit, and we are satisfied that
?. # CATHOLIC CHURCH.Servloes oagoan and a veteran of the war of 1803 thinking to bring the people to chinch; nothing similar can be had at a much (new), "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee," "Semlnol&!&
; but lot the attendance became smaller This tract will doubtbe
at 10 higher price. no
li North'rituusvillo.aiulidreo.(, against the Brewers1 Trust Is at Lo-
North-Bound.
Church ]
1 t InilldliiK and smaller; and still I did not know sold within a few weeks.
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I' I catechism at 3 p. m. land'u, Windsor, accompanied by Mrs. Steamers are appointed. to sail according to the tide.
HRV J. F. O' OVLIII. Rector. the cause. One evening I went to an No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres From ,1ACKSONVILLE: Jo'LA.. (calling at Charleston). Sundays Tuesdays and. Thnnuliji' )
; Shufelt.Mr. .
; entertainment, and a girl gave a recitation close to the depot and post office at Mal- From CHARr..E8'fU. 8. C.. lllonlaye. Wednesdays and.\ Frulijv
I and Mrs. Shufelt have Just returned of* 30 minutes. Everybody got abar. Large house with upper and lower For hour of sailing see "Clytie Line" Schedule 01' Jacksonville. lU.d Charleston dally ]I'a"> )*...

from a delightful tour of the veranda, costing 1,1300.00. 7 rooms; in South-Bound.
: i'I hl hlt very tired and yawned, and so did I. fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, to sail from 1'toT"0' East River| New
Island of Jamaica. He says that the .'nrwlinprvHrrliWpSllJJei1 % York at 3 p. m., a* folios:
ft; t Boils On my way home a happy thought struck etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 : m a Mondays] Wednesdays and FrMmiriilap
contrast between the condition of Jamaica ForJACKS(1NVILLEFLA.calling'; ( Charleston), Mondays! Wednesdays and ,!
1 me, and that was that I was driving large; seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.
I 1 1 under British rule, which grants; the tiresome This will make nice home for anybody.
long
I congregation by ,
my away
It I.i often difficult to convince pea Island practically the same autonomy as : sermons. I then cut them down to 20 Good 1 neighborhood. Price only 125000. Clyde's St. Johns River Line.

pie their blood ia as that enjoyed by Canada, and the condition .
impure until dreadful

minutes and I find my church better No. 8. We offer tract known as "As-
<1>K BABY
LINE
; ,II carbuncles, abscesses, boils, scrofula of Cuba, under Spanish misruleis filled before. I wish all pinwall," containing about 100 acres, In )
than
or salt rheum, are painful proof of almost beyond conception when It.Is ever my section 14, township 27 south, range 37 Jacksonville, Palatkn, Sanford l. Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate Landings01
the fact. It U wisdom now, or when remembered that the geographical and brethren would remember this, for I east. Beautiful, large front, on peninsular the :St. Johns River.
ever there 11 in any indication of have since found out that long sermons at mouth of Banana River. One
climatic conditions of the two Islands The elegant Iron Side-wheel :Steamer
-over 20 minutes-are like long edito- of most prominent points and prettiestcoves
are almost Identical.Mr. rials, not appreciated by the people of on the river. Splendid site for "City of Jacksonville"Leave

Impureblood Shufelt says the people of Jamaicaare this generatlon.-Chicag Times. winter residences. Very deep water Jacksonville,Daily except Saturday at 3:30: p. in. Returning Leave Sanford Dally excm!)'
a cleanly, thrifty, contented people. close to shore. The best bargain ever Sunday 11 a. in., Enterprise' : a. in.
offered. Price 3,2.10.00\ or about 17.50 SOUTH
It ButIND:
The rich-whiten, blacks and browns, as I Read downi. SCHEDULE :NO1tTH Iit1C6a I /)
1 >> Was held at $10,000 two :
A lUISltEl Jn SENTATIOY. per acie. years lieu .
Ir up.I
to take Hood's Sarsaparilla, and the mulattos are called there-own vast Leave 3.3/1 p. m ............ .... ........
ago. Ja'.kaonvll1u.........
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l / prevent such eruptions and suffering. 1I.4J1 p. m. ............ ............... ..... Arrive :.g:: :
estates, which are in some Instances SOUTH JACKSONVILLE, )[ar. 31, 'DO. .. 3./10 .... ...... .. .alalka. ...................... Leave
The above a. ..
NOTE:- descilptlons will nit ........... .00p.a: :
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1 had a dreadful carbuncle abscess, worked by the owners and In others Editor Advocates. : enable customers to locate the Beveralpl'opel.tle ".. 4.:10: a. 111. ...... ..................8t.AMtor..q.Francl ............,................. 130.'...
I Md, fiery, fierce and tore. The doctor attended '.an a. III. .:......... ... ..... Renee t rd. .......... 12'00
n u
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rented by the chaises !! closely by examiningone ? .... ......... oxt
poorer very 6H( ...... .. ::
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I. m. .....
Dear Sir I bear the most reliable .mue Sprln e. .................. ..... a : ..
me over even week.. When the : on of the J. :St. A. & I. R. Arrive K.ao a. ............... 11x04:
R'y m. ...... .
Plenty and peace, be says, prevail from company's It .... .Ranf..rd.. .......................... II 11110....
f abscess broke h authority, that three Is a gentleman now 0211 a. nt. .......... .... ... .... .
e pains were terrible,and one end of the land to the other. The traveling' on the East Coast and who railroad 1 maps, but we will be .. ........ :. -.... ...... .. ....Ro. Fi 11\. Rallr.1..E,1tPpTlae" ... ...................... II a.31aL
Wharf ... .
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Ithought should not live through It. I pleased to send special maps on a large (Sanford) .... .. 360/ a
heard and read ,o much about Rood's British government exacts not one represents a Baltimore firm. This man scale, on application, to parties who Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
claims that he bought out the businessof ,
of tribute and. eVen the business and Intend to If
pays mean buy, theycan
penny
,, Bariaparllla, that I decided to take it, and
the late firm of : & Sudlow J.
Chapman A.
,, my husband, who was suffering with troops stationed in the Inland.. The of South Jacksonville, Fla. Now, as I find such a bargain as they want. LESLIE SUIt. Jm.:: .. HowAnn. Fla. Fr'tAgt. F.M.IaoxnoyoxaJa.FlaPas.llt

i, I bolls, took It also. It soon purified our country: like Cuba, Is so fruitful that happen to be the active member of that ROBBING & GRAHAM Co., TnKo. O. EnoEu T. 31., A.J JACKSONVILLE COLE General FLA.

the rewards of the husbandry are enormous firm, I take the opportunity of tellingthe \ Tltusvllle, Fla. II DOWLfXG Passenger Agent M. H. CL\'DK, A.T.JI
public through the medium of OREE-i'- :NEW YORK. .
and under the beneflclent your
operA- 'M. P. CLYDE .
&: CO.,
1 l; Bloodbuilt lion of the British rule, all share fully valuable made paper the, that ]any such statement from II Bowling Orpen.New York General 1S, 80.A..enta.DeTaware Ay., Phlh.dl'Jp
as by gentleman hailing
1 M, I.. the proceeds. Baltimore is strictly untrue. The firm pOMAR & THOMAS, --- -_. --- .. __ h. _. _. ._ ____. _.___ __ --

The governor is appointed by the Brit of Chapman & Sudlow was dissolved by .
me up and reetored my health so mutual consent, and published by two
'but his Is
liili from
crown salary paid
that, although the doctor said I would newspapers to that effect. Since then I I Southern
li( aot i be able to work hard, I have since the revenues) of the Island. The rest of have, as you are. well aware, reorganizedthe Tinners and Plumbers. .. .
done the work for 20 people. Hood's Bar. .Ihe I government officials are elective] and business with Increased capital], taking :

mad aparUla oured it my husband of the bolls" are chosen from the citizens of all over all the goodwill and trade

Maa.we ANNA regard PBTBRSON a wonderful, Latimer medicine., Kansu.h col >I'll, brands of the late firm as any of your Galvanized Iron Gutteringand Railway
i readers can find by writing; to the Department -
Mr. 81m felt says some portions of the of Agriculture In Tallahassee. '

Islands remind him of the rolling country I write this letter to warn the growerson ABSOLUTELY THE
Tanks SHORTEST ROUTE.
a Specialty.
tw_ Hood'sSarsaparilla in central New York, the stone walls, ;your East Coaat from placing any r\
confidence In the so-called gentlemanfrom THROUGH
rich pantures and clustering] orchards, Baltimore, whose object in pervert. 23T": Estimates given on work, and PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,

making the Illusion complete. He thinks Ing from the truth is better known to Correspondence Solicited. COMPARTMENT CARS DINING
the Island of"Cuba might be brought by himself than to other THOROUGHFARE > CARS,

i degrees to the same happy state of prosperity Yours truly, POMAR & THOMAS, COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS.
Is the One True Blood Pnrlfler.\ AH drngglsts.iLourellverllheuytntake Emv A SUDLOW .,
were the course of Spanish
tyran. Fertilizer .
Jacksonville Co. Titusville! Florida. NORTH AND EAS1'
Hood's Pills easy to operate. :jUduita./ ny once: removed. I NORTH AND WEST.o. .

Now, says Mr. :Shufelt, such Is the difference ,. .. ... _
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88 So. sa ,
So.

;ii PARA OHAS9!! ANI) HOW TO from Cubit between. caji land the in Islands Jamaica, nothing until ASPHALT ROOFr PAINTS. Alt Trains Dally. wash's and Lim'td.Short Lln. U.Feet 8.36 I All '1'1'1... Dany. No.Cta'U 13 'rlur'aed f+

I 1 GROW IT. purlfled by twenty days upon the anti. Wm'td.l 3y11 ".Ltd" Eaprv "

septic sea. There has been no yellow '*' _
P
'ftUe.
.. O'.P. 15
OUMOND: FLA.. April 13, '00. fever in Jamaica for one hundred years. Ground Pure ; v .a1.'L..: .PiO, asmI00 am 1100 pm 015 81iO pm Ly... ...keoeville. F. 0. .. P. t 00 pm Iu ::
: Agents Wanted. r. ; "11 OBpm ie3pm1130pm pm ICftreu. Southern ... .. 86 m
,,4 Editor Advocate' : Tlmes-Uulun.. on l Red Brown 'aildand t .1IM.80....:::8Gu 06 pm r 64 P 00 am M8OOn. at ::: '"Tl IiWi / pOi
: e 110 pm 10 60 Atlanla, 1 el) pII
Write for Samples aIIam. 600 am
You ask me to give some points in highest 'I'n.Jloutlt. :. 0 a u ('hattanooK'I' /6 I8J1l 425 III
Just now everybody In beginning to ore,hI8 wII' e 11 pm Clnldnssu .. d:,". e e ...
regard to Para grass. The first plants ; Prices, lb .Pa.R. am IJ&pm Q. pm
..I take a spring medicine. And his good Grade j RlaP.K Y. h0)) p Balam M. Irmingham. ; : pm ....%.
'were from Para South America 1118
brought ..
t m 820am" HouYB .. ,
thing to do provided you take Simmons Asphaltum. catalogue, Etc. .. SOuth"/1/ 815 pm ,
by Mr. Codrlngton, the founder of the Liver Regulator-the best :Spring Medi Zhr tl e a tip "ia.e.t -No. III 8t. Loulx. .<:. a Ira__pm ____

Florida. Agriculturist, somewhere in the cine. It's a sluggish liver that clogs the FOe: :l -A INTIN'GTIN : : : .. ah. lit.1." Wally Ar emphlx-l'qty k: 0. M." raU3. 1 u pm ', ...
,
seventies. It will grow from cuttings system and makes! bad blood; A dose a "' .. ............ II 00 Dm' ."ioi! ... .... .."..... .. .. .... ...)16.10.. ..pm '::::':,J
day of Simmons Liver Regulator will .. s 110' ...::::::::::: II 20 pmwra.
a /
'on either low laud 00
high or but to IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Farm am
seems and
Rail.
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Factory va ....
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make a new man out of you and a new .. : ...... 046 am
prefer wet land., We have one acre of ; woman too. Look for the Red Z on the .............. 100 pm QUICK TIME TO ALL
e. ......
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1 marsh land planted with the grass package.want.161 Is Simmons Liver Regulator road Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges, Fences and .. 11. .. ..,......................... 7 110 II.46 P"pm' POINTS NAMED.
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To prepare the land we mow oft the you AI&o ami

bull rushes, turn the soil over with a Iron Work of every Kind.. ..-m. &raIn8 1-re"masI.ep.e por.JacUonYUle"k.f:2IIa.: m..l0OOa.: m. 1:15p.m.IIp.: m......

1 'spade, make boils fifteen feet wide by Dance at Jupiter. Building Papers Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready For f'uU Information apply to to CInotllDati via ..

y digging a ditch three' feet wide and two Roofing, and all kinds of System any Agent of this great Rail wa1

feet deep between each bed, throwing Monday evening, April 6th, the town" or its connections.

the earth In the centre of the beds and hall was brilliantly Illuminated for the Roofing: Supplies: FROM v< W.IL GBEE., 1. K. OULP HARDWIC&
wa It
W eatbrta
I working the soil (or mud) down smooth first time since the beginning the Len- The Armitage Manuf'g Co. w. ....A a. :.: A ...... frtim.At1..M d.

before It dries, l leaving the beds round- ten -season. Dancing. began about nine W. Do ALL EIQTW a

S ing or highest la the centre, and they o'clock: and lasted until 1:30.: < The night Manufacturers.of Aiphaltnm, Coal Tar, Oils, eta, J'Iorw. ........... ....."

9 we r' dj to plant Prepare your grass was perfect In every respect; .ft brUk eMt 320O to 3300 \V11U bura" Ave., Richmond, Va. _' ,..A ...,. WB Bay tne".u.CDoN FLA.'w .
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HOW TO CVK12 YOUICS12LF FORMERLY Till!


ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, WHIMS USING IT. Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway .Coast Hotels ,

,ICE!: lIouits:-From 10 to 12 a. m., The tobacco habit grows on a man Tluta Table In Effect Feb tAth. Hum. ir

and 2 to 4 p. m. until his nervous system is seriously affected ,

TITUSVII.I.KI Brevard Co., Florida. impairing health, comfort and South Bound. North Bound
OWNED
I IS'fATI BY THE PLANT SYSTEM. I'
0,130x,108. happiness. To quit suddenly Is too severe ... No. Nu. No Nt> ;S.a 'o. i-: nTO
., 87AT10NS
lll practice In all the courts-state and fed I) "' 23 III. 3l37 I 1.# 7S. I Nu.r..t.: all \" S'S \' J

I a shock to the system, as tobacco to Lv .'""bulI..llle. .. S0i1a tomb 8001' 84SpIvl'hnikau'h Du1102aa 700rmi;; i i :' .. .:=.. -- \ ,
Special:; facilities for examining and perfectfe an inveterate er becomes a stimulant Ar tt AngilxUne It 10. 11 011.. 31(11 7066 P Lv Royal l-'Ih\'ln. 10 1It... 711IIII l. . .. . .
l land tltl'u.rLLElt/ Lv tit Auguguatlnn, 016 a 1110. . . . LY W Palm 11..1'11110+ 7111. .. i
that his system continually craves. Lv U..tlnl'8. .. . .... .11"- . .. . Lvsra ? ..? .. .. ....... '"' ij
KENNARD "Baco Lv ltast 1'.latka. 1000 a ISOLI' ..... .... ... 1.Y W.JnI.tter .....,.. . . wl Iv In TSLM 1 ; l
A -Curo" is a scientific' cure for the --- Lv nalat Sollllnl.. .. \ . .. . --- -' / J
FNatka.... ... 1(1211 r 1'112aa: ::: : : ::::::::
tobacco habit In all its forms, carefully Lvl..tk". .. .. .... 11.11I.: UMI> .. .... ....L"AIICI........ .... . . .. ... '

ARCHITECTS. compounded after the formula of an San i t 7."': NI i Ia :::::: 'Lv Lr&uarh Jmisen.::::.,:::: ? .:. : ::: : : : ::: ::: :::. I 4

will have Lv San atateo ... 830 a 54&I a = LY Eden: ...... .... . .. . .
|East Coast business prompt eminent Berlin physician, who has usedIt tVr".md; ,, Il ITI a 490 p -. . --. Lv Fort' 1.I"noe.... .. .......
Itontlon. In his private practice since 1872 Lv1)aytone.... .... 1120.. 14.11': . .... . ..Iv Mt LI..le.. .. . .. .. ... ..... rf n. s emv C.
ort Oralille. .... 111:1: p ... .... .. Lv Mmlutxttan.. ... .7Ayain.in.. ,. .. .... 5 '1
[TAMPA, FLOIUDA.rnroB without a failure. It Is purely vegetableand Lv wSII\\'fua..ll'" a 21111' .. .... ..Melbuurno .... / Yip' : mu........ ....... ? Dtl '
I.vllak 11111. 13T. p ...... . LVRsrIn '' '' .. .. :' ....,.. .. ) pro
guaranteed perfectly harmless. You LvTllisvfllu;..,, i98i'p: ale p .. ? .... . lv lInRllle. .... IMP" : ._. .... IY7X11
I'snlse all the tobacco want while I.v ('It v I'uhlt ... 311t I' ........ ... Jly 1'M'k"KljI'! Iltia, 1tI': : + .. ... ....."
s. JONES, you Lvf'uool1...... ..... .. .. .... 3/11/ I' . .. .. Lv'auat...... ... .... II ...... ... : r .., (
using "Baco-Curo. It will notify you l.vlt..kl'ljlt.JltI.. 1201 p tin l' .... .. ...I.Vltyl.ulnt .... .... : .,.......... .ty rMallt
Lv.a..e"III... ..... 1M I' 4.1111' .. . ? Lv Titus' ill,.. .... Slap: ..... ...... I'
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW. when to stop. We give a written guarantee LvSnrno... .. . tM I' ...... . I.vllak 1111I.. ,.. .... .. / + ....... .. : '"''i 1 & '
to cure permanently case with l.vJ\lelho..rue. .... 2lrll' M1M I' .. .... .... 1.vN..wl4l11yrll"IONI' : :. .) .. ...... f i1 i\
IITUSVILLE, BUEVAKD co., FLA any l.vR..haMtlR.. .... .. . .1101:1: I' .... ..... J.v'urlllrHute. . .. : ...... .... rfrTtimpn .'1 / .
tlireu boxes, or refundtheiweywith 1 ( 10 r.VMtl..lo . tl31I' '' .... ,? l.v llaytoua. .. ... 01:1')1: ) :.111.11' . 1 '
LYFort I.lerco.. .. .. ...... Rot p ... .... .. LVbound.! ..... oI :s;I"". 3'' 11' .... "" :
County Judgo of Brovard County. per cent interest. "Uuco-Curo" IH not a- I.v I'"m ... .. 71:1": .... ..... .. Lv Eaat PnlatkR' 8//11'1' 0111<1 I' .. ...
substitute, but a scientific cure. Unit Lv.'n...... .. .... ........ 71T l' .... ........ Art4xn-- --Mlaw = -70 1. 70. P nj..I.: : :-:--
l.vMtunrt .. .... ........
.721 LY8I111 Mat"o .. .. .
cures without the aid of will power and r.v Alicia .. . ... T.i1'I'': .. .... ..""... 31"1' .
L. OAULDBS, J. T. SAM>I<:ItM.Xotllry. Huh".1!' ....... Rm. p ,.... ..... Ar-l'al-tk-a, .6lap. I I
with no InconvenIence. It leaves the l.vW.llt''r.) ..;., ... RIII'.: .... .... .... LV1xlatka' .. M1 'j.'!, ."M't'1,: 1-: Buy Hotel Tampa Florida
AULDEN 4fc SANDERS system as pure and free from, nicotine as I.vllh"e . a -1111' . ... .... 1.V1".UnIlH.. .... .. 1I.v ,
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I.vW1'ahn Honrh 5(5)p( 11/1111'/ ...... .. ... Arl lt. Aogunttno B80", .
the day you took. your first chew or Lv Royal 1'ullie'na "If' I' IIU"I' .. .... ....I.vMt.Anll..Mtlllo. 1IJIIJ: >tm'1'H"'tI' .iO aAr The Sciuinolc Hotel "Winter Park Fin :t''!
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, smoke l'Iw "' <'hInn S It 1' 00.1' ... .... ....Ar.'a'.kM".lIIo. .. ...' "po""lIltltllll"I': : 'i

win]| )practli'e I In ,oil the Courts. of the State Tralne,. 111 and 37 b..twooll OK.OIIVIlIe all,1 Bt. Trains :at stud 711 b'tw'lC'n lilt. A"It""tIo and I
Kloriiln, and the United Status. Courts.I A"r"MIIII",: ..lIy. "k""nvll" 'hlIy. The Inn Port Tampa: : open} all .the, year.
P. O. Box 238. T1TUSVILLE FLA. Cured 1>y UU( U-CU1'1) and Gained 'mlnM 2.1..."+.I illS daily e"e..pt MlUllh>v. 1'rlllll.. 3.: 311 n.ln. daily l\.I't Sunday, ,
.
'fmlll 31. ",,"tI_ of St. Auguxtino. ,hilly except) 'l'.lu+1 114. mltthorStAugustlno' dally except
Money to Loan. 18 Thirty IVtmid. I'In"v. Sunday.Tralit 1
37 NIII".ts! or Pullman Palure Care ollly. Train, 311 mnlxl.tsaf. 1'''''''_>11 I'ul,we (111'1I duly

From hundreds of testimonials, too 'frahI2:1.: XARoI.U1! l.ntlT": IMtweell JackTrsln' H. 'fIoI.\1T! T.iMIrED, hetwuen lahnennvlllo
|t. 1 Freeman: hall, !Silas U. 'VI'IJrht.Ath and, I'alnt. H"'h. Iloaoh. .and. St.' Aagustlne &
originals of which are on file and .. IL
open
>.'IICY-At-Law, DeLaml, Fla ..-- -. The Florida Central peninsular Railroad

ALL & WKIOIIT to Inspection, the following in presented : I'At.M H..aCIi AND FonT LAUDEi1DALK. .. ,A. C:: W. lIrt.\NCII... '
[ Nevada Co. Ark. J.vn. 28 '1)3); -- :
Clayton, : N'a. 7 I ITATIO-I"' No' B N'OIl'fll l'otTNl'. i

INSURANCE AGENTS Eureka Chemical & Mfg. Co., LaCrosse 'TIOaLvVnlllliliit fan ... ..Ar 639p: Short Lliio between Florida and nil Northern Points. : I'
Wis.-Gentlemen : For fortyyears T 1M1a Itlly..1, l'oln'la .. . .. .Lv 0251: 8'f A'nOlS:11- : 0 No 01 :II a7211a. ',,' ;, I

Titnsvllle Florida. I used tobacco in all \its forms. For WestlalnuHuaoh.\ .. ....., :: 6iap AI' Now Sny'rnq. 1I34-Ifoiii; j.:7: :'": Only l.'W: Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville. !;
T41)aLantana . .. ... ... coop 1..k..llel..11 100111I / ..... ; ,
of that time I 11/11'
twenty-five years was a ... .. It ,
ToI.Ia.: 1h'1'"lnxo. .. B/ /SIR p .
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Repl'eRentlnp: the tent and Htrongent great: sufferer from general debility and TI\\a.\ Linton... ."..".........". .... .. 114011 "O.'lty.Jllno Orelryre 'Ity 1tll eau:: <'iIIIO'I'' . Everett, Savannah Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore j' j
[ are prepared to write lines heart disease. For fifteen years I triedto II Ina HII'a lbilnle. .. ...... ,.. It II :Je'I> _I IN : '
'ompanlos; New York Boston and the East. ,
10allillxl.orn. . . ... .. ..... //ll/t,1 I It\I'TIl nOUNJI. Philadelphia ,
lip to any amount anywhere. on the East quit, but couldn't. I took various SIia: s'rogrexso. . ....... .. .. /5033 I I
TJoast.( remedies, among others "XI -To-BIIC," 8III a Ar Fort l.all'lor."I.. ....., 800 P STATIONS: Xo 3 Nu.1 No Xor.v Everett: :Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashvlllo, Louisville, Cincinnatiand I.

"The Indian Tobacco Antidote," "1)ou Now Smyrrlq f'/IIIii/ "Mi\ ::-:::. Chicago.,. '\\1,

blo Chloride of bald," etc., etc., but .. Lake 11,1011 I Heap) S4in:; . ...,... Everett.\ Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, t.lltloIlOf'k, Knnmm City, St ,
i1MCAvNE BAY, DADK COU TV.J none of them did me the least bit of I.v Or.lI'o I'lty 124111,: \ ii u7s, .. Louis Sioux I If
!however I A. 1I.'lty.Jllno. 1.1/111\1: / \ I IIll1a.) .. ..... Chicago, City. I \1'
W. EWAN, good. 'Finally, purchased a River Junction, Pemmroln, Mobile, Now OrionIIH, Texas, Mexico, California '
M.J U. S. COMMISSIONER. box of your "Baco-Curo," and It has TralllM 2:1: and, H. Nassau. l.hlllt".I, tanks no etolxroxcopting thi.o\ Indta"ted,' by thus fgnros.TI and the rnclila Coast.. Ki'fectlvM I'h. :Lilt: 1N1MI. '
entirely cured me of the habit in all its OHe'flme Tables.howe the there at which tralll IIII'V hu I.u"1> to arrive soul depart. trUlIi
Notary Public State at Largo. forms, and I have Increased thirty the .n or 0 I wtltll, M. hilt thol arrival' or .h'"urt".... .t. the ill,,.". \"e", I. ""t ""arant"I.+ nor drss w York I.lmltoil' N... :.Tl li'iivo I Ht. AIIRIIK- t
Lands Selected Conveyances matIe.OI'I'cMI'Ondeuce pounds in weight and am relieved from the Co 11 my hold' itself MJ'OIIMlhle for any daisy or any oouaqueue', art"hlll the.r..rm.J. IIIM:/ > a, 111.| l....avim .liickminvlIlM+ IIKKI:
; I n. A. 'IJtOTT, JOSEPH YUCIIAIUIION, ., dolly, with Throiiich riillniHii HluiipiirR' for 1
< ; solicited. Address: all the numerous aches and pains of ........."Itl..n (1..1 ....A..II".... AICfI..t.. New RouteM t : ..,' Mn" vmum li, C'.hUhhlllo WiwhliiKton, llul- r
View Hotel Coooanut Grove body and mind. I could write quire ., '' Now York llnMon and all
riillailulplilil.
Bay ,
Office, Ewan's Lauding. of paper upon my changed: feelings and u. __ _n._____ __ __ .. ; ""' iiolntN. ArlvxeJuuksanrllWtll3Up.ui.St l, : I
Augustine Tl4n p. III. .. ,
condition. h __ __ New York M'lIllu..I..pr.... No. ,1H, li'nvoJntikHiiiivllIti
Yours respectfully, r. II. MAnnunv, Hlft:I A. III. ilully tioinipulloii IHIIVVMtu
GEORGE. ALLEN, Pastor C. P.
Sold by all druggists at $1.0) ) per box; CINCINNATI
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW
treatment Only fine. Thrniivh the llfBillOouiitrv HillAsheville
three boxes (thirty days' ),
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01 Mlihllw .FlnrlilA I'fiiniti'olA, .1"V':1a
|Key Went Florida. $2.50, with ironclad] written guarantee, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. .: lniiil: >la Iliiy l invo.liirkniinvlllu. > II:4A: R. u,.
'or I.ko> ('Itv. l.lva Nik.. MitiUwin' Mmitlfi.lt.,
or sent direct upon receipt of price. '1'"lIlIlu'M.IUv"r .1111I11'' nil. rmiMii-nlu, Mobile,
Will practice in the United States Write for booklet and proofs. Eureka JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE, Receiver. Now Insulin, unit thu nouthwont, Maxim I full*
land State Courts Ojun05: fnrnlii. ","llh" I'urlttit ,'"....t. Carries Hluvpun,
: Chemical A Mfg. Co., La Crosse, Wls., g0( UTn NiotTIl-- Arrlviw.liii'kMiniYillu. 71'fi'! a. tut. '
.., Tim.. Table h. Effect AI' 1190.I "'
and D08ton,'Mn.BS. --.0--2-1' : 'I 1 !'o'.' ,---N"-1.! ;" _N n. tp1(!...: .
.. .. .'a IlSOp OJ) one I.v........JA1\80NVII.L.;.. ....,.Ar"a1laNlll- -.01- 0111' 111 I teH'II'' Hot Springs 1.unve.Inrknnvllte04M1anl.fnratarkeflaw.thorna. ; ..
F.W.. CRAVEN, ...... Mlxe.1. 11371' 021a. ..UranKB Park .... .,.. 720ain: 3111111m MIx1 "Wlldwoonl\ {, diMiln+ Oniiionvlllii, OilurKny 0
England has 288 railroad<< companies . .. I'oW'y: 80171 03ola. . ... ..I.eorl. ..... .. .TOK.an 331ImT""I"l IxtUHlmrit. Tnvnruo, Ilp,1l.ks,
DENTIST .... .... "...IFrll01lI' ee3a: ?. ..Magnolia. ... .... ii...40..11. 313pIIIThllr""y and Knoxville !IIrl..lo. Ijivimrlnw, liiiiln. City: I'liuit. City; ,
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their roads carried Ull,4l2,03U"tran8Ient" .. .. ... .. ... 'flllll"| '". Arrive ..Iaoksonvllld24Jp.in.MAGNIFICENT : |
Last year .. .. 1010 I' 0 Slit .Ureen Cove Mprings. 0 84J a III 8001' m .Y Mat
.... .... .. .. ...... .... .. .JI.tHtwlek. .... ..... .. .... .. : 1 I
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TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. passengers and 1,181,801 com ........ 10 16a 112111' 100\\11.. .... .... ...l'l>Iatka....... .... ., M1alain: 949pm: 32\pm! SCENERY f'lni'lnnntl, and' FI ; i'LlmIUI., Timvo Jnnfc.HimvllluTiiHl -
muters. . .... 1\\ :21a. II6p 1111..a ., ......I Satsuma. ... 4/111.11I/ 11101.11I 84111" ) p, in. Bollil Vextlhuls'rraln.. TrueTIiROUG1
| Office east side Ilutchinson avenue, near . I1411a 1207p: I124x. . . 1.0..a.. .. . .. 491ain 147pin 224 P,1 n Mt.tlnovi'r'Jn: hours to fliiiilnimll via Munon, ;(
. . U 101)J l.12'J.: II :Sna ..... .Cre"nulltCltyJullotl..n. .... 4:1:1.11I: : 130: I. m 1 JMI'III [ SLEEPERSJacksonvlllo Atlanlii. t'liatlaniioKit.. t'uiinnnu for Nimlivlllv.l
Indian River Hotel.] ...... 12 MI' 1231.. 11:11I.\ / : .. ........Seville.... .... .... ... .4 sea. in t 1111'11I UIIII. iii235v Loulnvlllii Clilouun .and l 1 nil ,point* north lI..l
Charles Davenport, now or very recently .... .... 113a: 1112/11' .... ...1>81....", 8I'rl"l. .... ... 327alll 1241alll 112:4.: ... to Cincinnati. wuitt. Arrive Jacksonville| 1111\0.\ m.
resident of Cambridge, Mass., ........ 320 I' I:1Ua: 1232p,0lenwond.: : ... ...., .... 310.11I i2em ain 100lll.m )
a .... 4 00. p 140 a 1.1: 41411.I .... ........J1ere.lord.... ., ...... .. BOn..1II. 19atsm: 1013Nm Holly 1I.rhWItullte.. St. Lnulii 11..1.Kansas Cltjf'lllrtttfO. ..I.., t
D R. F. II. nOUOIITON, claims to be the person whtf built the .... 4:10: P ..... .... .. .... .. ... .... ..... *1210.11I...... .. I.oavo JLLUk80RY1110 9:60: p. n) .At'luita'l Leave .larkiioiivillH' p.Sprlngi.MoinphlH in.SUlla. v,
,DeLand Matlou, IlIrlllh'llllllm' Holly
... .... ILv( .
.12101> ..I.Ilfll.Lv: . ..... .... ,
first American railroad car. . .... .... ........ tlt + .... .Enterprl.e: .... .. .. 107pin........ . Springfield' Kanmu. (Loiiin St.' TxiiilM, Cliluaico, Hlmi City. Throiiidi Hl""epi ers without
.. S2ai.Ar... .. .... : 'hangs[ to KaitHM' City and" St. and only one uhanite ti> Chicago and Sioux. City; Arrive
DENTIST. .... ...... .. : .TI..ITHVU.L..I.v., ,.. . .. .
"
. .... ........ ..... 821'1'' ..... ... .. . .panda' ..........." .. .... 811II.11I ..... Jack.uovllle : ,,. in. Arrive ..,,,-kannv111e9Japiii." h
Spring TimeIs .... .... ,. ..... ..... aim', ... ..... .Sorrento' ........... . ... 70nalll .. .... .. Ih40P.BTrlaalnlfoTallahlil.eeandlnterolndlata'n.IntN.. l ArrlraJiifkminvlII0VUlOa.nl.lly : .
. . .... ....... 83UI. .. .. ... .......Mt.l>..ra........ .... .. . ". .. a4eam/ . Hiin. P. M.-f'ir Taiiipa anil 1 l"t..rm".II"t.llIIlIt.. I'nllinan+ "oii(1:1 I "+rn. and b
Atlantic Block, Daytona, Fla.ALEX .... .. .. 3114.I'Ar....... ....Tavare ......... ,... ...... .. 8I1U.III., KorMaiiiin. Atlanta, .two Yralnii \}" Leave Jaukionvllltt : a m. T Ml p. in.
needof .... .... D20p 286a .15111Ar......... .Sanford.Lv 1100.11I 11M.. SICain. I'nllman i'1""Iera on all \llic| Tralim .
when nearly everyone feels the ..;... ........ :2Ra 2lip..Aitamonte Srings.' .... IlIIIulI Iltoain.\ . .... tr: Bond! ,l for Hunt indexed Township Map" of Florida to
some blood purifying, strength invigorating ..... . ..... 34.1.22111': ...., ... ..Wlnterl.rk. .......... I.Mlalll. it INlam .... ....
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, and health producing medicine. .... .... .. .... 355a 24411' ..... ".. ...Urlanda.. . 1'111II"11I 10Mam .......... N. S. PENNINGTON, A. o. MACDONELL;
is .. .... ..?" .. 431)a 31111' .... ". ..KI. IlIlDlOO .. .... .... 1l1: .1II. 10lOalll.: ... ..,.
A ATTORNEYS LAW The real merit of Hood's Sarsaparilla ..... .. .. .... 320a 41'2pAr.;.. ... .lIartow Jo. .. ..Lv Ilmpni auau: ...... .... Traffic Manager( General PiiHMongor Ag't.: ')
the reason of Its widespread popularity.Its ........... ... .. 827.. 01 4:11': ; . .Lakeland .... .. .. 10 sop: tut IIIMI.; "' ........ "
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVAJIES FLA. unequalled success is its best recom ..... .. ...... t TIIII.1411"/ ." .. .. ... .... ..Hartow.... .. .te03pni 1130.11I. . .. ..
Is .. .... . ........ 100l411.Ar..l>unta Uo"Ia..I.v. t31111.m .. .., -- -
wm continue to in the courts mendation. The whole system susceptible . .... ... .800. Csq.' Ar. ,.. .. .. Tampa. ..? .Lv. A anpm sNlsmS ........ .
practice to the most good from a medicine . . ..... IS a 411ep/ .. . .Tampa. Hay Hotel. tol4lll1n r".1II) ..... . MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
of the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All like Hood's Sarsaparilla taken at .. .. ... e6a 8411IAr... .... .... ort Tamps.. ., .....I.v.tI0I'lIIj.7I/1.m, / .. .... ;
business before the United States and would ..... and Thorn 0 3Uj' I.v. ....... .I'urt T..m..a.. ..... 2 ai p ni ,," ". Man.
State Circuit Courts will receive the this time, and we lay special ........IM"n ." .rlclay.. 3 .d'1 Ar....... ?Key Wont..... ,..v Illtol'IIIW'HI.lln.lllat. Florida New York
stress upon the time and remedy, for .... and l'I..t.' O dxiAr..Havana. .. ... I.v 11I11411') III W..I.. soil Milt. ,
personal attention of Mr. Alex St.
Clair-Abrams. history has It recorded that delays are Philadelphia and Boston.

dangerous.: The remarkable success Dally. t Daily except Sunday.
achlleved by Hood's Sarsaparilla and Salllnir from Jlrniiuwtak, n., direct to New York.
Train !23 and -Through Pullman IluffetTampa 810"1'1 ram between New York and Port
the many words of praise It has received dally. f I'AMKNOKIt' : : HKHV1CK.Hummer i
John B, Stetson University make it worthy of your confidence. We Train 23, 'leaving .',wk onvill.. dally at 11:00: ( a in., arrive at Hawthorne at 11 :41. flalnenvllle
ask YOIto give this medicine a fair 12:4thIcalsIta.lea: :: +sbnrg3:35Brakavllle6:05p.in.: : Train learliiir. ."kH"lIy.llo: .at 8:00: p. .... train leaves .rackwinvlllu (Union Depot, ), "A,..
IUn.," 1'. C. itt I*. II. K., on Thnriidiiy.. only, 0:110: ) p. in. Arrive
arrive at Oakland 8:12: a. in., Ijwioochue 10:46: a. in., Tarpon, Hprlnipiatfop.: III., Clearwater 4 Ml: p,
DeLand, Florida.For trial. in., I St. 1'etonhurK B::40 p. m., dally except Hnnday.' llrunwli .10' I'. in. l'u+ ,"enKer" going! .' OIU'U' "" 1..1
Train 21 and 32, through l'uIIUI..altltlplng can .between JackMinvill end Tampa.W. "ttI.ullor.
B. COFFIN, 0. 1) ACKERLY Through car. without transfer, Jarknonvlllu, to Itrunuwlrk.
both Sexen. College, Normal School, In the. early machines electricity was
Cienoral Buiwrlntondent. llenaral l'a.. A Kent }+
of miiKer '
MAILiNlat'
Academy, Art School and Conservatory I.ItOI'U"I'U

Mimic An Irmtltutlmvof tint rank. Faculty of generated by turning a largo glass] .... __ ___.. __ ._._ ._ Lv. New York, 1'ler 21 K. IL, 3uTfl.il, m(, (!Standard' Thus) fcv. llnin.*.lnk. +
heated twenty teacher, Seven elegant buildings Hot, wheel which rubbed against 'a silken -- ------- -- --- ---T u u' Fr..M"r.lI1.. .. . .. ..... ...rOII.OIIAHO. ,. .. .... '...... .....Friday. April n tf
and by steam lighted by electricity. Th. Lard HQo'oatam<< \ ". ... S..K14iUh' ANDS.1 : .. ... .... ". .... ... .Krlilay b April t tKriKyjApri 11171
cold 1 water baths. Thoroughly equipped Culture band or cloth. London's lord baa to put on .. HI ......... ... .. ,.I'olJUlAIMI' ., .. .. . .. .. .. .. ...Kr"day, A prll17
gymnasium.with IMpartment rlll of .Physical of, mayor I- 4 8ol ntlflo Americanfluency yr..v.AI.rlll1.. .. .. ... ... .. . "lUO.lKANI.K. .. ... .. .. .... ...rhIIlY.A"rIlIH* i
6.000( volumes.Military l>Iteadlng for young room,men.with all Library loading -trustworthy i three suite of clothes oil taking office. fat'OAIRATf. II'rll.oAI.rlll4... : .. .... .. .. .. .. ..<.O'.IIIL\I.U.. .... ... .. .. . .FrldayMaytFmrItnneral '
periodical. and dally and weekly paper WANTED:- i gentlemen : He wears a wide sleeved velvet faced, Inforinatlini, ...u-ainnrn, trains rates et.... apply to any railroad. agent or to.1.P
Thoroughly equipped chemical and physical. or ladies to travel In Florida for far trimmed robe of purple silk rep on MURI'IIY.'rr..y. Aic + I" I ClIAS., I.AVIKlJ. Agent,2luWfaySt.JxckMnvi114II : "
lulmratorleii. for MuHlo and II. litVMlINDOsasrnlNnnthsrnAItNnttlkml.wtnkIs.' }
Art Schools, with Separate artlsta building of established reputation established, reliable house Salary $780 En- presenting himself to the lord chancel. C. II. MALI.OIIVIminral Agent I'"'' :01, K. llfvor, ."'I3IIlllr..I..y: .. N. Y, ',
In charge. Second term open December and expenses. Steady position. for at Westminster ; this Jie uses after- .
27, im. Head for catalogue, giving; full Information close reference and self-addressed, -. -
For his 1
tO stamped envelope. The Dominion ward as a police magistrate.

JOHN F. FORBES, Pre ldent. Company, third 111. floor, Omaha: Building how let broadcloth he wears, a faced robe with of raperflue sable for scar and o :a:: : AS IB z:_, VM:: & 0 0 r

Chicago,
TRAD MARK*.
lined with pearl satin ; this he must IIEAiEIIM IN -
OlSIOM S
ATBMT"
Have you seen it ? Seen what ? Why
wear when greeting the judges at the CO*>VHIOHT*, MtO.
the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If In most cases the man who has riches Old Bailer and on All .Intll'. days. for Information and tn Handbook wrfw tMONM a :Fin Winos: : an.d JL-lca.Ti.oirs:: : .
you own a tail or row boat, don't fall to master. CO.. HI Baoowv. Naw Yosa:
hard
]have one on hand. It Is great labor has a The dress for evening and formal receptions bamw rot eM-urlnK PBUJHU In Amertce.Erirr .

saver, and la patented In the United Living In the fear of God will. \ takeaway is black damask latin robe, embroidered the ytUo bjr C Ulirt noiloe out l hr n.u frmiuht lUume+ b In*'"lbeLarmtelrmlarlnflofanr **> 307.<". 311 W. May Nt..

States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A the fear of death. with silver gilt. Under these itatl JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
few of the state rights will be sold at a re-elected he wears a velvet coat and knee breech- tieutilie 1t1e
been
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal- Lord Dunraven has I en. The robes. are perquisites of the office urtmtlfM ,In Ow lIe and llonrlmn Whiskies trout '1.75lfII

ton, Titusvillo. Fla. president of the Solent Classes Racing and cost 1000. The chain of the office world. Bpleiullillr Illumntted." W, ./>.I'.par UH'lllj'n. M.OOiiiiSSiTriJiidwVy .' l) ;: :: :/r'.iii Kullon.: *j I.7S to *3.75 per+ gallon n

association. has on it diamonds worth 600,000, and '.ywNs' "boe bonds for its 1'11_ ,flew York. ciwri; I :Mountain IMw Corn; Whl.k.y, three
ANTED-Several gentlemen each lord mayor must give .
trustworthy years old, tJJX per .itallun.JIIIM
or ladies to travel In Florida fore Colonel Cbarien lUng, the military safe return on receiving it. When the .- -I gaL, 2&ta,2gal.allots/ : 3 !Cal., PURE.WHISKE

tabll hed,reliable house. Salary$780 novelist, with his half pay..Jary. his queen passes through the city, a fourth f.4 d'.* /dk'ts.Kxge6. .

and expenses. Steady position. Enclose revenue from his books, i* very com- robe is necessary ; bat, as that 'seldom jft = 'a: i"It '1.00., gal., Ill lCgal.e1,231llhhl.. p

reference and aelf-addressed, fortably fixed in life. He ii a handsome, happens, it in bought only when the occasion \ h o ri" PnrtlM living In Dry Town will ilo 1

stamped envelope. The Dominion soldierly man of about 60. with gray arises. N wet 11 order from n*, an w. can aaVI /
Company third floor Omaha Build- bronzed u"1"Q th.m W per cent on .all orden.fir .
mustache and a com
and -
hair -
... ienil with order.
ing, Chicago, 111. TIle 01. it .- us dIM :! Always money
unlMMultanle
plexion. W. will not elan new ai'ciiiint*
of Nebraska, A French medical paper prints what 44 ... .9..3 "" JackM.nvllle referenne In (Iven.Xn .
Ex-Senator Van Wyck Is believed to be the oldest known medical Q u =:\ (buds Mint C. O. I), to Dry Tow.". i
Tobacco Seed to be Given Away always believed he ft. 1
who died recently, recipe. It; la a tonlo for the hair, and 4w ;;
If be bad
would have been president its date if 4000 B. O It; was preparedfor I'I SIt d
hi. western friend by jft 4r ,
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offended .. -
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not t2 -
100Q -
We tobacco and -- -
still have on hand some residence In Washing an Egyptian queen required \ !, .
iced to give away to any of our sub building palatial dogs' paws and asses' hoofs to be boiled
icrlbers who will call at the ADVOCATE: ton. It made enemies for him among with date la oiL I o.J a arnl'
; .
office, or send a ped-addressd en- the farmers. '! "' !'" Send the ADVOCATE Job Printing.We

velope to pay postage upon same. It l la Gold, silver, copper Iron, tin lead 1,,=, .3"=' to"Q your .
of finest _Vnelta Abajo and & : : -
quality

Sumatra yon require.seed State which kind of seed WAITTBD or: 1 lies to travel trustworthy in Florida/gentlemen for bismuth mercury,and salpbnr sine were carbon the, only antimony minerals H t i::: l&t&::: TUrn Out Nothing but First-class Work

We also have pamphlet on tobacco established reliable house. Salary '780 known at the time of the discovery O aM ;; ,

culture to give away to any caller at this and Steady poeltloa. En- of America. 9 .

OI Ce. close reference and The self-Midresaed Dominion| The ancients according to Pliny, a as... Satisfaction. '
,
envelope. and Guarantee
stamped a
Applicant will please state acreage to ; y >/a g
be planted In tobacco, so that we may Company, third floor, Omaha Building made very excellent sympathetic Ink 1 g B o23s

know how much seed to send them. Chicago, 1U. wing new milk as the bad





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I 4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 17, 18'8 _, .

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J\ I Jupiter Weather

w -fINDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4- your efforts in that direction. Who above quoted remarks was some- .. ", .." nt'por.

I will subscribe towards the cost of what obscure, but it is fully explained -v. .I'Jo The following Is..a comparative

the deepening of Banana creek ? by a perusal of what fol- ment of temperature and rainfall hY ualt

: Jk.WBB1CLV: JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB DEVELOPMENT lows.! Had our esteemed Cocoa week ending: Tuesday, April 7, IS"""J.18011 .
i : or TUB INDIAN RIVER: LAKB
( contemporary been selected to -
1 WORTH AND BIHCAYNB: IIA.VKBOTIOJSS.PUBLISHED COMPETITION. -
..--- print the tax list, we would not f DATE. MAX, MIN MAX -

have come out with such !strong jt t'" 8 77 51)) 77' fin W'
I KVEliY FRIDAY. Competition may be, and doubt. I 1) 7t 02 ?j
remarks the of
against judgment
I L less is, Very beneficial from a monetary I 10( 74 00 72 ft
I point of view and the life of our County Commissioners, but '-- ---I-;II 11 7" 'M 70 S U*
OlHco Washington Avenue, TltuHville would remember the old saying j 12 73: Od 70
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trade, but from an ethical stand! >
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that "It is 13 7" US. 7:; S
Indian laver, Florida no. use crying over ) *
point it l is wrong, radically wrong. -
spilled milk..tFor tt 14 78 71 M 1 j
I ': 118
The principle of a universal broth.
, r CHAD. H. WALTOM, Kilitor A Proprietor.MKMBttK ... '... :rJ1l.1! Total rainfall for the week: l 1.231ncb
1)r {
, erhood, which is looked forward to 'P1/ '", '. ...1rJ I : Departure from normal rainfall for
1- 1 I tu
Of by some optimists! can never be attained President. iJ1I4;! ; t ...orrcF week: : plus 0.74 inches DepRrture,

as long as competition is l H from normnl rainfall since January i
TilE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, I : inches <
I the watchword of the world. Com Senator M. S. Quay, who left St. Lucie +-_ 1)105'1.05
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.. oo J. W. CKOXK
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tIT ,
4.FFH.IATKDWITH TUB petition leads to the practice of for the north, lust Saturday, says lie Is = ""' Observer
Htlll In the for and will
race president
Editorial ;
National Association.Subaerlptlon. craftiness and low cunning; a manures not-like many of his coll'Ijtl1esdecline Remember Knox, the painter Ti

not to what depths of misrepresentation the nomination of president for the IS A GRAVE MISTAKE tusville, when you need any Ihstilauwork
he descends, so he ; United States until it shall have been done.
r Twelve montlw, .. tl.fE olTeied him. The Senator hn
enjoys
ways
ahead of his Fair
Six .. 1.00 gets competitor. hia trips to Indian River very much, and DRESS GOODS IF you are suffering from dyspepsia
and honorable competition is, we TO BUY YOUR SPRING and
Tln'ee"' .00I I always goes home better in health for nervous prostration, try Scott's Carilo
Single copy, .- ..ei admit, occasionally met with, but the rest from his political labors, which Digestive Compound, F. :S. Chaffcei

i Strictly n advance. it is more usual, to proceed to any he gets at St. Lucie Co., Titnsville, Fla., have it for sale;
"steal march" Senator' Quay has been visiting Florida $1.00 per bottle. '
length to a on a Without First to
1 dining the past twenty years: and wo Sending
The above rate Include the 1 payment of pont competitive adversary. hope to see him on Indian River another -

7 age Subscriptions' can commence'any time "Each for himself and the devil twenty. New Smyrna Liver
during the year. take the hindmost," is the senti- ---- I }

ment at the close of this highly .Tlio Pure-huso of Cuba.

DIMoontlnllanoe: of wlvtM. must be made per- enlightened IDth century. Com- """- The Surprise Store Stable
-f# #-K
Hoiially at Oils once or by writing.A petition precludes all idea of Several attempts have been made by ;

Christianity, for how can a man the United States::! to purchase Cuba
A tdreuR I all communication to The first was by John Quincy Adams C. H. DQHN Proprietor.
show his love for his fellow when ,
V I 'm I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, all the time he is When he WRII Secretary of State under Florida
endeavoring to President Monroe he instructed Hugh(. St. Augustine
F TlTUftVlliIiIC, FtOHIDA. enrich himself to the detriment of Xol on, of Virginia, our minister to ,

i the other. When we learn that Spain, under date of April 28, 1823, to Hacks Meet All Trains,

the interests of each and Mound the Spanish government on,,the
check,eto.,may be made payable to Oil AULKII. : everyone question and ascertain what terms would FOR Samples of the many Passengers and baggage transferred to

WALTON,publisher..and.proprietor. of us are 'identical, and act on that be accepted. Mr. Nelson seems to have all parts of the city, and Coronado
..---- -- shall have reached taken his time about It for than
---- -- principle, we a more Beach[ Call on me before perfecting
.- more desirable social condition two years later, on the 12th of July, 1823: arrangements.

CON
I r hits been doing !some! good work for years! will roll by ere this Utopian In 1858; President Folk Instructed Romulus .

l : the State of Florida, has the appointment condition is attained. ?I[. Saunders then American ministerat NATIONALHlomeSeekers
1' of two naval cadets- Madrid, to offer $10IlKIOClO() ( ) (){ for the
'1 Islaiid. The proposition was rejectedIn SHOWN THERE.
and the other to
one to Annapolis
I GOOD ROADS NEEDED IN most peremtory manner.In .
v West Point. 1854, during the administration of
i BREVARD.We President Pierce, the representative of REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

Do YOU wish to grow Para grass? are glad to see that our con- conference the United,States Messrs.attending Soule,:Buchnan the Os tend and It is the Largest as well as the most

I ', '' If so:read the article on :end: page Mason I suggested to the representativesof Exchanging Property for Property a
of this issue. This is of special temporaries are agitating for good Spain the sale of the Island to this
roads and UP-TO-DATE STORE in the State....... Specialty. Send Description of what
i interest to those having any muck once again are especi- government, but no sum of money was
have and what
." .1 lands either the banks of the ally surprised and pleased to l learn mentioned, nor was the offer seriously you you want.
on
-
; r'!'" river or inland. that the Cocoa and RockledgeNews During considered the, sessions says the of the Chicago senate, Record.In 1858' And an Order Sent, or a Request for Samples, receives MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA..
has been in favor ofa
always and IMI)(), Mr. Slldell of Louisiana, proposed C. C. CARROLL,
shell road, and has always rec- to place JitO,00OOf: () ) In the hands
j THE of is Attention the day received.
1 era lynching passing Prompt Real Estate Agent
ognized the fact that no one thing of the president for the acquisition of
} away, and it is only a matter of would so materially benefit the Cuba, but after some debate the resolu-
+ f it becomes of the tion withdrawn the author. Man
I time ere a thing roads. Our was by an."tad. -.A.
county as good own
S\ t past. None of the best citizens In every section at once to sell staple
1 to the of
opinion as necessity good,
j i favor such extreme proceedings, serviceable roads has been too often CALL FOR DEMOCRATIC ::1"- TTIE S rr'E s. goods to dealers; no peddling; experience'

i; ? and with n more thorough enforcement COUNTY CONVENTION.By nnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a
record need
placed on to repetition. month. Salary and expenses or large
of the laws of the country Capt. W. H. Sharpe has unfoldedto of the Store commission, made. Address, with 2 cent
I! the chief cause of lynching will be us a new road scheme, which order of the Democratic executive Proprietor Surprise stamp forsealed particulars, Clifton Soap
:. 1. removed, for the fundamental principle committee of Urevard county a convention and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati -
l I'' on which lynching was founded seems feasible, and likely to prove Is hereby called, to be held at Titus- ST. AUGUSTINE, FIA. Ohio.
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acceptable to every one except the ville, Florida, on Wednesday, the Oth day _
'
I' } was the fact that owing to the of May, 1800.' for the of selecting -
chronio kickers, who prefer to Jog purpose
; uncertainty of the culprit 'i getting along in the old 1 ruts, and are four delegates\ to the Democraticstate "Notice Is hereby given that competitive I JAMBS PBITCHABD, PresidentV.; :B. BARNETT Vice-president;;
; / N Ibis deserts, a certain class of people convention, which wUI be held at examinations of applicants for ap- W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
I' either too lazy 'or too mean to lenda
Ocala on June 10th next, and four delegates cadetship at the United
,1 took the law into their pointment to a
own
.. helping hand where improvementis to the Democratic congressional States Military Academy, at West Point,
.hands. concerned. convention of the second congressional will be held at Jacksonville on May 14, INDIAN( RIVER STATE BANK

li of failures Captain Sharpe has, done some district, to be held at such time and 1890, or as soon thereafter as practicableby ,,
THE in buei- place as the Democratic convention of a B consisting of W. B. Clarkson, of
F I'' mess in 1895, as summarized by the canvassing, and .informs us that said district may yet designate; and for Jacksonville; II. P. Baya, of Lake City; C (Incorporated lindeI'tIle La.ws of the State of Florida.)

n ,Bradstreet are placed his proposition takes well, even the purpose of doing such other business and Colonel Charles II. Cabaniss, jr., of
company with the anti-shell road men. Ills aa the convention on assemblingmay Ouinesville. ,. Authorized capital $100,000Paid
,under six heads. The first three
+ ,
ll is "To have deem meet. "For admission to the naval academy capital $25,000
follows up
,
.
plan as : a
{ d (being incompetence, neglect off The representation fixed by the Democratic applicants must be more than 15 anIunder

i business, and fraudulent disposition law enacted to authorize any pre county convention, for the various 20 years of age on September 1st, e Average deposits, $300,000

1 of property ; the other three, cinct or precincts to borrow moneyat county precincts. is as follows : 1X00; and for admission to the military _
4 low of interest for No. Ilol. No Del. must be between
a rate ten academy, applicants -
; disaster, failure of others, and undue T.liflranire.: ," 1 ....3 Fort Drum...11. .1 and of on June 15: 1807. Transacts a General Banking
and be taxed .. 17 :22!:! yours age
". The first three years or so, by precinct Tltuavlllt) .. ::1..8 Narrows .VI. :2
competition. City Point. ..... a.:1, O liirKlanft..U./: "Applicants must be bona-II( e residents
or precincts (as they may .Merrltt.. 14 Second Congressional Districts -
arc regarded us being directly the C'lNiim&lfkrge 4 of the Business.
agree to combine), to pay the same Eon; Onllle..., : ft..:,:.4 Hmilover:::::in..: ::fl of Florida. One appointee and F
fault of those failing, and the an- Melbourne .. .. 0.:1; : Canan.ral11 ...1
by annual installments." Malalmr........ 1..1 RI'rllcelilutr..l7. one alternate will be designated for each r
-ulysts shows that nearly half the Good roads bound Ruliaxtmn....... 11.:1: Ankona .....'..11..1 academy. I reserve the right not to ap- tx Largest and Oldest Bank on the River
are to come .., .,.,...
't liiilures are duo to the first three Fort Florcv II I Mien .111..1 whose appointment, for
in needed and the .. ..... point any person
time ; they are Eilen \0..1 Ikrnyan.n,20.,1 to be for
isdue deem not
The I
--cuuses.! largest percentage any reason, may DIRECTORS i iJA8.PutrciiARnW.B.HAB3
matter will not be permitted to It was further ordered by the execu- the .'iitot
to starting in business with insufficient the good of service.: iiTT(l reIil
drop into oblivion. Let us have tive committee that the following pre- the :National Hank of Jacksonville), 3.H.
capital, which is placed cinct committees be appointed for the IBBitEB (Vice-Preslclent National Bank e
i under the head of incompetence. good roads. ensuing campaign : The First Passenger Train Over Jacksonville. ), W. 8. OBAUAM and W. M.BKOWM. .
t r For No. 1, L. K. Myers,
'li Gardner and J. A. Carlisle.' The New Extension.At CORRESPONDENTS.
THE DELINQUENT TAX LIST. George a i : w Seaboard National;: Bank of New York and
For tusville No. 2, J. Walker R.
DEEPENING OF BANANA National Bank of JackBocyille. 20
F. Hall: and J. F. Itenaker. noon on Monday last the first passenger rI."I".rUSVILLE:
CREEK.The The Coeoa and Rockledge NewsIs For City Point, No. 3, J. L. Hatter, T. train over the now extension of FLA.

apparently sore, becausethe A. Robinson and 1). F. Deal. the Florida East Coast Hallway rolled ---- ----
very For Cocoa and Rockledgo, No. 4, J. M. Into Miami. Among those on. board the ,
project of deepening the contract for printing the de- Brown S. S. Jones and J. M. Sanders. train were Mr. II. M. Flagler, president W. J. HILT H.K.rAFWORTH.South .,

i channel of Banana creek, as suggested linquent tax list was awarded to For Eau Oallle, No. S', J. T. Snell, D. .of the road;Vice-President R. Parrott,

i'' in our columns some time the ADVOCATE, and gives us a rea- S. Bryan and J. E. M. 1I0
eince, does not seem to be meeting son for the action of the County For Melbourne, No.Lockwood.For II, S. F. Gibbs, C. Supt. J. T. Golf, Gen'l. Freight Agent Florida Wholesale House
J. Hector and L. D. J. A. McDonald
Contractor

VV. J. Jarvis,
''f with the attention it deserves. A Commissioners that it had spoken 1\lI\labarJ No. 7, E. I). Arnold D. C. B. Knott, superintendent of the
;
little push And energy on the part unfavorably( of 'that honorable E. Miller and J. D. Maynard.For East Coast Hotel System; II. W. Merrill, w. :S.:: ::atJJ: : dz 0
o.
'I of citizens of Titusville and neigh- body. We see no special! reason Sebastian, No.8, R. 'A. Hardee) manager Hotel Uoyal Poinciana; Dr. ... ;

borhood and JJannnii River-who why the contract should! have been II. B. Howard and O. B. Hall Andrew Anderson, St. Augustine; Capt. ESTABLISHED 1873.
For Fort Pierce, No. 0, J. S. Bell, R.
would be greatly benefited by sucha awarded to our esteemed young L. Drown and W. J. Tucker. Robinson; : Doors Sash and Blinds '

move-would very likely resultin contemporarj' The work has, For Eden, No. 10, J. H. LeTournau, Most of the party, soon after their arri- and Builders'

some action being taken to bring ., heretofore always been satisfactorily W. F. Richards. and J. L. Jensen. val, started for a few days cruise ou the ,

about this desirable' improve done by one or other of the For Fort Drum, No. 11, J. M. Swain, steamer Biscayne among the key .
very II. L. Parker and It. U. Holmes. The new extension is a distance" of 07 = --;y., Materials of all Kinds.
in
ment. It would bring us touch leading papers-the Staror
county For Narrows, No. 13, J. T. Stewart, miles from Palm Beach to Miami, the
i with Canaveral and other points ADVOCATE-who have been in W. N. Jones and E. C. Walker. entire distance from Jacksonville to sANI'ORn:: FLOEl.EDA.MIAMI |: : : .

on the Banana and would possibly existence a good many years. For Georglana, No. 13, H. I). Uurchficl. Miami being :JH7) miles, which can be run
i be the means of opening up and Read in connection with ourcontemporary's A. B. Carter and P. II. Wittfeld.For In 13: hours. The road runs along the
i Merrltt, No. 14, J. J. LaRoche, M. East Coast In an almost unbroken line, -
; developing many acres of valuable ilrst editorial in
S. SI\mlland John Mlott. and Its terminus Is the southernmost
lands which are now deserted on the same column ; the remarks on For Hanlover, No. 15, C. II. Nauman, point reached by any railroad In the -

'.acoount of the poor transportation\ this subject are, to say the least! J. W. Orlffls) and Henry Futch. United States., + *

; facilities afforded to the favored amusing, for we read : "The For Canaveral, No. Id, Geo. Quarter-
man S. L. Jeffords and N. N. Penny.
Canaveral section. wounded bird flutters I The hit For Spruce Bluff, No. 17, J. E. Fultz, Grand Regatta and Picnic.

t1 It would also bring certain dog howls Yum ] Yum So we Charles Dlakesley and J. H. Winter.

1 amount of trade to our town, which see.: You should have kept still." For Ankona, No. 18, John Waller, T. There will be a grand regatta and plc- Town Lots Now Sale !I

is BOW( carried to other points more The editor certainly takes very Tauman and II. S. Thomas. nlo at Eau Uallie on May Day, to which on
I For MIoco, No. It\ C. A. /Smith, R. T. every one Is cordially invited. Liberal
I easily reached. If a Board ,of good care that we should see, for Smith and Joseph Williamson.For prizes wilt be offered for boats in the

Trade was established here, this ,)Jie howls in the largest kind of Banyan, No. 20, P. A. McMillan, first class, second class and for fishing

matter and others of a beneficial type that "We can't be bought, E. R. Provost and R. B. Stewart.It boats carrying lug salK A. E. KINGSLEY General

nature might have some chance of sold, frightened or bullied to desert 'wan ordered also that the said com- Boats from Halifax. Hlllsboro and In- Agent For
mittees .be requested to secure timely dian Rivers, and Lake Worth are Invitedto
being attended to, but without'concerted the people. Lucky people! election of delegates In their various participate.There .

I action on our part we can Wkb such a champion. the Cocoa precincts to the county convention above will be pigeon shooting and a .Mrs. Julia' D. Tuttle.

not expeet to do much. We recognIze and Rockledge News, what more is called, and that the same be dune by baseball match.

the faet that a great many of left for,them to desire? We do not mass meetings or primary elections; but Racing committees, judges, prizes,
primary elections are recommended by.. etc., will be announced circulars and
our principal merchants and other see that'there is any special meritin the executive committee.By In the pii|>ors. CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE

i leading men are in a kind of transient refusing to be bought, sold, bullied order of the executive committee, Fur Information, address: PROPERTY

1 condition-hovering between or frightened, and are sorry MINOR:! S. JONES," : W. R. KOKWH. Secty.. .In all parts of the Town.

Titusville, Palm Beach and Miami\ that our youthful competitor seems Secretary. Eau Uullle, Flu. Carefully Selected
This April 7th, 189d.Oadetshlp .
-but there are enough left perma- so disgruntled because the County Fruit and Vegetable Lands

I gently to form a Hoard of Trade, Commissioners showed their ap- Appointments. -Send to the ADVOCATE office and 1\.1:111.1111: on

anti this should be done, and done preciation of our efforts for the 'get free Information respecting the new River and Bay

quickly Give the deepening of good of the county by awardingthe waterworks system for houses farms, BI8cnyuc.:
Congressman C. :M. Cooper, of the :2nd etc. No overhead tanks used. This Is :;r Correspondence Solicited
Banana creek a Itttia attention, contract to the ADVOCATE.At mActualInveBt<>" and Settlers.
Congressional District, has sent out the said to be .n tine Invention. Circulars
)}And J ft will eventually well; re-psy first sight the meaning of the following notice: sent to any part of the south, free Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI FLORIDA.





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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 17, 18\11). b I &

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Awardedt are spending a few days at White City of bread! still hangs like .a (irk cloud I '

| Honors-World's Pair. taking During a their rest. absence the saw mill 'I is over the cat. G. G. SPRINGER 1

DE&r Capt. R. P. Paddlson 1M 1 back from
THusvllle, attending; to the lumber yard .
Sebastian. during the Illness of his SIMMO S i
son. ,
Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of --'- I II
EI>IIII'/lpalllel'Vlce will bo hold at thu I i

J. P. Lovctt!, of Jacksonville, was In Casino next Sunday, Rev H. f. Brow
CE town Monday. of Tltusxllle, officiating. All welcome. I

Fritz Light la working with J. O. Hon. :M. S.* Jones came down from I ICE AND I
Fries on the railroad suivpy. Tit:.ixville, Wednesday on business connected I !
with the estate oJ C. T. Vebeke.Siguor __ ,
CREAM W. W. Russell, of Cincinnati, Is ex- REGULATORTHE
pected In town this week. Nicola Marsicano and son were [
In town this week with their violin andharp .
,
Geo. B. Hall Is In town this week, attending Distilled Water
and their pleasing mrloilits. :Signor -
to his
IAWN6WCDHt
place. M.iislaiino ulll letiiiu :Slay: 1st. mid

The benn crop Is falling short on account fiiinlKh diuico music for the grand bull BEST Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. .
of the scarcity of lain, which is on that evening. ,
much needed In this SPRING MEDICINEis
very buctlou. 11ft,. Geo. F. Paddison Is quite Ill, and

There were three carloads of freighton ; confined to his bed, from a relapse of his 1 SIMMONS LIVER REGULATOR. Don't FACTORIESCocoa and
West Palm 3Eeacli.
&&ST PERFECT MADE. the Sebastian' side tracks Monday late Illness, occasioned by a. too-close application \ forget to take It. Now Is the time you
morning' all consigned to Sebastian. to business before a complete need It most to wake c up your Liver. A
of Tartar Powder Fret lecoveiyof his strength.! Dr. Wilson ofTltusville
tape Cream Liver brings Malaria Fever
Frank sluggish on ,
Forster of Orchid 1. lu town
was
hionla, Alum or my other adulteran this week. Mr. Foister brought up ilO was in attendance Tuesday. and Ague; Rheumatism, and many other J. S Smith: Jr. A Co. \

I YEARS THE STANDARD. crapes of beans; on his sloop Golden lisle, Mis.\ Gilbert and Miss Mary Gilbert, ''Us which shatter the constitution and ,;
to be shipped by express. assisted by Messis.' A. J. Gilbert and areck health. Don't forget: the word I
______ i Jean Raiulle, gave an impromptu lance REGULATOR. it is SIMMONS LIVER UKALKRS: IN 6
Frank Hunter has charge of the stock : at their new I'tshlenco6I111ell.ly! ; even REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR -
Rockledge.ledge department of the Clncinnatus farms ing. The function was much enjoyed distinguishes It from all other
and will build eleven miles of fence lit by those present, very dancing being: emedies. And, besides this, SIMMONS iff f
1 l ,,,
-- i i t m1 B I
once. indulged in till a late hour, to the merry LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the RICK it
l !: the Beautiful" is nowt. There was quite a nice dance nt the music of :Signor Marsicnuo. Liver keeps it properly at work, that your .: 91
system may be kept In good condition. '
Hardeo hall .
last
about 1
Friday night, Ocal.i ol
Mrs. Fontaine, of formerly FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS
I for tho ADVOCATE 1 Glad 1 It twenty couples being present Mr. John this place, after spending a few days: In .IVER REGuLATOR. it is I toe test blood !I
Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
[.u; list to publish. Hill and ulster, Miss Sadie, of Fort town visiting old lends, started: urlfier and corrector. Try It and note ,

E. Bern Is proved a favorite and Pierce, led.the grand march. Wednesday for the Blue Ridge Moun- he difference. Look for the RED Z AOKNTH: FOR : Will always gtvo very lowest !a'\ICQ': I Itl
The Sebastian welfare committee are tains. The old lady drives about in a )n package. You wont find It ore t + '
t hotel manager. every KOMK BUICK CO., Rome, (!a. and prompt shipments.I
haul at work on the new road along the buggy, going from place to place as hoi my other medicine and there Is no other COLLINS lUiiriC CO., Atlanta Oa. Olvo us your\ orders and we pmn-. ,
Bfyia Williams has gone to win river bank from Hardee street to S. Kit- fancy pleases; one of her trips having fiver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER THE: CAROLINA ItUOWN :STUNK co antes satisfaction.WAREHOUSE. .
I college. ching/: street. This road will be shelled been to the Woild's Fair, at Chicago, *EGULATOR-the Klngof Liver Remedies.3e \
.IIVOCATK Is certainly a popular nine feet wide. and retain.Mrs. sure you get it. OFFICE : :

nig the East Coast. The arrivals at the Palm house for the Thomas E. Baibnur and her J. II. Zeiltn &+ Co., Philadelphia, Pa, I 138 East Bay Street. McConlho Block.. i {I ".\
left Wednesday Tt'l >li..n.. UM,'. '1'.l.pnone ''tlII.: '
.. P. Porcher and family havsiting past week weroV.: II. Lankestor, Cincinnati friend, Mrs. :N. E Wood --- <| 11

[ her brother, Mr. S. H.] 0.; J. N. Chamberlain Cottage/ for the north, closing Lotus Lodge l.ito receiver, for his operation of the JACKSONVILLE. FL-ORIDA.
until next fall. Mrs. Harbour has exhibited ,
City, Mass; S. F. Hove, Tltusvlllo; J. Florida Southern heiutoforu approved! by I

., F. :Miles, of St. Augustine: ; and O. Fries, Orlando; Miss Annie Hardesty, ever a ready lively to interest contribute in our to town every, enterprise beIng -- thu special; mister; also fifteen layswete +
Sebastian; J, II. Hill, Fort Pieice. allowed the Florida Southern file a : i!
gut, of 'fol'ontoJ Canada; werJeclgo of a public natuio. Sho will be A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.-
Monday and Tuesday P. B. Smith, of Chicago; E. P. Brown, greatly missed by her many friends and statement and I objections to any of the
of Council Bluff, Iowa, and Joe Empie, the good wishes of all go with her. Items approved by the special mauler. "
ck and family will leave shortly; of who tin
Orlando are cruising along
hke y, Mich., where he will open Indian liver, stopped over in Sebastian Great preparations are being made for Between Miami amid West. -r=-'_____ -: --rr-n -. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer: "
bigton+ J une 25. This house ha Sunday night, and spread their tent the :May Day Celebration unusual Interest Key ,

Icier his successful management under the palms. They left Monday being manifested the boat racing :Prior25.Oo: :Jer: Te>:D..., ''t
boat four seasons. morning, in their canoe the Hazel If., : ; that event alone being, well worth along A communication Key West nay I
for points down river. journey to witness. The contest In that the establishment of a steamboatline aUAHAN'I'BNDNAI.4YHIS. :. ,
bd Mrs.. H. P. Shares Mrs. A. KLi
the first-class between the NemoHHis, between that place and Miami is Moistmo .i . . . ,., ,8 to 10) Per Cent ;t
and Baldwin and
I Mr. Mrs.
,
Mrs. Blakeslee after spending Naiad, Koslyn, and perhaps the Alpha, now an assured fact. Arrangements , , 'lg' to (II t 1\ .. '
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nter here: very enjoyably, have Roseland. Omega, and another is sure to be good have boon satisfactory made and it is Phosphoric) Arid . . . ,/i1 to (II"I "
l'I\CC. all the boats being fast, and they probable that the steamer will commence
their summer homes In New will be sailed for all that ls In them. In running tomorrow the ISth lust., meeting Potash (Actual), . ,II to HMndo "
'onu.er Mr. E. :31. Stokes has returned to West the 3rd class (fishing boats carrying I the through passenger train to tXI'llIlIlvelyofl'ulIIlIl'IllIt! Cotton :Seed Meal, Nitrate of :Soda;; lllood Bone
; S. II. Peck of the Plaza Hotel, Palm Beach his wife being considered long/ sails) the New Eunice, the Defender Miami from Jacksonville. eopleof Dissolved Phosphate, Fine lircmmd'Pobaccu Stems, and l hulpliate of Potash
hat the season thnt has justas out of danger and well on the road recovery the Annie, and throe or more others, Key West are delighted with the 33T" Wilte for directions for using mid further piirtluiiliim;; also ask for
been one of the most successe from a serious Illness. owned here, with one from :Sebastian, Idea of this now enterprise, and they copy of "Koonoinlciil); Feitlllzlng for FI'lIlt.Vo carry! a lingo .stock of all Keitlllr.er ) I '
history of the place, far ex Rain is badly needed all through; this will contest. This race will certainly be ought to be, as they will certainly bo MateilalCotton I I'te.I1\ItI\I! Tobacco! Dust, Potash, etc. Wiltu'i for priers! before -
expectations. When Mr. Peck section, even the orange trees showing exciting.) It Is expected that the baseball greatly benefited by It. buying. We seek! the growers trade illioct
iars ago learned of Mr. Flagler's effects of the dry weather. match will be played l between the WILSON & TOOMER ,I:
ins to extend his road from Ol'- nines of Melbourne and Indiunola clubs. .
Ruckledge, he Interested Fredor Pineapples are at a discount in Rose The pigeon shooting match\ will be a 1' Between Oriiioiid and uytona. The Fertilizer House of Florida
> a large capitalist of Gram land. The Mallory plantation will giveno sweepstakes. The East Coast Line will .
Mich., who had then recently! crop this season, and none of the sell tickets to Eau Gallic from all stations The residents of Ol'monil/\Ull Daytona Jacksonville FlaFred'k. .
the property known as the other Holds show much signs of paying between Daytona and West Palm arc certainly believers in good roads. _
|1 hotel to build for his manage- anything this year at least. each at one fare for the round-trip, For a long; time they have been working! '
10 present structure. The Plaza, The question of opening an Inlet op- good from April 30th to May 2nd. Pouters hard' for the road along the west bank
upon a high bluff composed: of posite the mouth of the ban Sebastian containing list of prizes, etc., will be of the Halifax liver, and they are now S. Morsex -
ous Coquina ledge, from which found at all stations on the railroad substantial Recently -x-
River, is being agitated, and the project receiving support. "
e Rockledge: is derived, Is ren- should be carded out. An inlet at this a check for filM( ) was received by Messrs. '
oubly attractive by the view of point would make Roseland a famous Fort Pierce. Anderson Price, of Hotel Orinond, IHa '
an River. The orange grove that winter resort for tourists, and be a great subscription towards the Ormond and :eE L ES't" :t"E.
ids it was the least Injured of any; benefit to the whole section from Grant Daytona bicycle and carriage road. This ,

Rockledge hammock, and thi to the Narrows. Very dry weather, though fair and donation was from Mr Joseph iStlcknoy,
1VIx.MI nacho Oc:>>. rlaoltla .
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ad a number of trees dotted here delightful.Dr. of Now York, proprietor of the beautiful ,
ire with the golden fruit. During Roseland is furnishing budwood for Now Mount Pleasant house, which
'. month there has been a gratify many a grove; both north and south of C. P. Platt returned Wednesday will bo managed; by Messrs. Anderson & AGENT FOR LANDS OF -
m. Tho Plaza entertained this here. The well known frost-proof grovo night from a short trip to Saaford.Cant. Price the coming summer. Tho Hotel -
of Mr. L. C. Moore's and Mr. D. Cain's
number of leading families of Ormond Amateur Theatrical
Walter Kitching was In town a company" Florida East Coast Railway Company,
ilphia Boston, New York De- grove have furnished most of the supply for the benefit of
few last week. recently gave a play
days Florida :East Coast Canal A: Transpoitatlon! Company
id(I other cities. no far. Mrs. Eason's grove-known as the same road, the receipts amountingto ,
the Hirsch an abundance of: Capt. Lewis left Monday for Palm *33.: lloston &: Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company.

first-class budding wood, the orange Beach on business .. .

Canaveral.Benham trees being practically uninjured by the Mrs. Reynolds left for Ankona Wednes The Wreck of tile Seminole -
recent freeze.
day.Mr. The Jacksonville Fertilizer CoM;

and W. E. Chandler B. Hawkins IIHH been quite ill for With reference to the loss of the
rnted the DeSota property from Malabar. tho past few days. We shall he pleased schooner Heminolo-referred' to In last .
p". Manna, of Albion 111.\ and In to note his entire recovery lu our next. week's AHVOCATK-there wan only ono 3E3. JSTJI: :ZLiO'W: G-oxx'l :::1\:1ana.or.: :

| tix up the houses and live there :Mr. C. W. Arnold went up to Titus-. The author of "Tangerines" Is busy on board who escaped drowning, and I (LATE CHAPMAN1 A 8UDLOW.)

chool at, Artesia closed on thpt. ville on business, Monday.A writing another book, which 'will far that was Axel Johnson, who arrived at
for the summer vacation. The eclipse the last. She hopes to have It Indian River House of Refuge Tuesday 1 South Jacksonville, Florida. ;
Miss Estelle Hoi-ton, gave excel- Sunday school plc-nio Is being published this summer. morning week. Ho was In 11 weak, exhausted -
tis faction, and the pupils made talked of. _Let the good work go on. condition. Johnson had been -- MANUFACTURER OF -

ogress under her tuition. Messrs. Near and Taylor went down to : The railroad at the company depot which has built KOCH a Into restaurant ago li:/) hours without floating food on or n water piece, of and wreck-could FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and( !

atrons of the school at tills place the ball at Sebastian, Friday night. operation with the new schedule.( Mr. only crawl. Ho Is supposd to bo the ,

well\ pleased with the progress Messrs. Near, Taylor and Bolton went Tyler will take charge of the ruiaine de only survivor from the Semlnolo, which _

liildren have made In their stud up to Melbourne to attend the ball, on partment.The Hank Friday night, the 3rd Inllt., In a gala, Vegetables and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material
ller Mr. Compton's tuition, that Thursday night.Mr. new schedule of the mail trains the captain and pilot being drowned. .
>ve engaged him to teach an extra mails and shall Much of the wreck I I..* strewn along tho
Saturday will give us daylight: we Seed Meal Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc. Also
George Phillips spent Cotton
making a seven-months' term M.tUbar. That's ponder In the purple and gold of the beach, Johnson Nays that he begged the ,
is and at
i Sunday
| year. night getting to be an old story. dreamy twilight the commission price other to stay with him. Throe or four Tho ramouaa: : EZard.-TI.D:1o&: : : Dran..CL:
I third 1Q the series of entertain Hut!, and a few stray dons, with naught to vessels passed him but his signals could. Ammonia. ,4 to ft'i per cent j
for the of Miss V. L. Carroll visited friends In break the strain of our sad thoughts not be seen. Change of wind broughthim ; .
purpose purchasing an Available PhoH. Acid. .. , |for the Artesia Sunday school, Melbourne last Thursday and Friday, except perhaps!, a merry party of mosquitoes ashore two miles below the House Potash/ K O. .0 to 7 per cent )
|1'0 in the schoolhouse at Artesi taking in the ball while there. lingering over their evening luiuh.: of Refuge.
Highest Commercial Value given our brands In time hint Bulletin Wilte for,.
urday morning last. The pro- Capt. Roy McFaden and family, and PrlccH. Orders for 2 ton and for our brand. will be delivered fico of all
c comprised. vocal and instrumenic. brother Chester, spent last} Saturday and -Land Commissioner .f. K.: Ingraham freight charge. to any taitroad depot on the Kant: Coast at catalogue prices until
>> tableaux humorous character The I'renbytcrlan Social, '
Sunday at Mal.ibai- Heights.Mr. Informs the ADVOCATK. that In order to further notice.DUREN.

IntatioBs, art gallery, etc. There Robert Smith went down to Fort Induce the culture of citrus fruits In .___ ... ,_ .- ,_ _.._ -- _.0- -_
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a refreshment '-
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booth, which was Given last Friday at the residence In Brevard and Dade counties tho Florida
ntronlzed. There was quite a Pierce, last Thursday, visiting different East Const will for the next &, FEASTER.
South Tltuvvllle of novo and Mrs. II. M. Railway ,
down the river returning on .....
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ttendance
and the fundt.lerablyswelled points
!
organ Goodell, was largely attended, proving a nine months, make a reduction of :2.1 percent
[ by the proceeds. Monday.Mr. success beyond the expectations of those on the price of lu. lands In the GROCERIES FR> ITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and 1
L. C. Demaree gave E. J. Burns Robert Cockran left for his homo who got the affair up. The rooms were above-mentioned counties, or until Dec. ,
nestead house he having aban- In New York on Tuesday. He had spent prettily decorated for the occasion, and 15th.::; For term anil prices apply to D. Crockery Ula. !mnd. Tlnwal'o. I
his claim, and Mr. Burns pur- the winter very pleasantly beret and expects from the grounds, which were lighted C. Sutton or W. It. )Moses West Palm Western t Meats t of r All Kinds, Your 140lldtel.l
I that of C. N. Mims, who had to return at some future day. up with artistically-arranged Chinese I teach; W. O. Valentine, Fort Lauder plitrolllllCo II
|ned his claim. Mr., Burns hired J\farrleL1-At the residence of the lanterns, presented quite a fairylike ap dale; F.H.! Morse, Miami; or J. K.: In- TITUSVILL.E, FLORIDA- .

iorton and Arthur Franklin town bride's father, on Sunday evening, pearance. Various amusements were graham, St. Augustine. Hoe page 8. ---
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and move the house to Cape April 12, 18W, Mr. Eugene CharI lion and indulged In during the evening/ among -- -
I and there put it up to be used Miss Mary Forest, Rev. Howell officiat them being the pinning of a slip of paper -The South-Eastern 1'alntolt Co., I I..*
>">. One of the neighbors thought ing. Only the family and a few friends with the name of some well-known or the name of another new company that GOOD FERTILIZER CHEAP !
|was getting more than belong; were These! young people have old-tlmo personage to the hack: of each him started business In St. Augustine.
i so he relieved him of the doors, long hived here, and were highly rear person present, the slip being removedto Our reader will hear more about the
' and the front of the dress when it.. con-
hinges. pected by all. Mr. Charlson Is a verymoral value of "Palntoff" ere long.
man, and a tents were correctly guessed by the
industrious
young
favorite. Miss Forest has livedin wearer. President Cleveland, Mrs. Santa fico IIeE LITTLE saos. ;
ember, the ADVOCATE:, Titus- general Malabar since she wan a little girl, Claus, Gen. Coxey and Romeo and Juliet WriEKE: to hotel on .... h
1'1 all\ kinds of job printing. Give who knew her best, knew best were prominent among; the names our 7th page.
Ire of your work.] and those used In this game which caused considerable -- .----- -- -
She Is good church worker :
her worth.
& PHOSPHATE CO
FERTILIZER :
and will be sadly missed. All our amusement. Mrs. E. I). Wager :!l1""" If you receive a sample copy of -E
wishes with them, and may they favored those assembled with some of the ADVOCATE, It I I..* an Intimation that
Vero. live good long and go be happy. On Tuesday her excellent singing while on the piano I It would give u* pleasure to add your Oi ;r'aoll left for New York, where Sir. Wager performed In his usual good name to our fast-increasing list of sub \
-- morning they
.' will make their home. Fourteenof style. Refreshment of ice cream and scribers. It doe not cot you three Are Offering Their -
1'iesfl' -t..J. Lewis was in town Friday they Malabar's' young people made up a cake were dispensed throughout the affair cent per week (postage Included) when "A11 Arour .d :ZBrs.ia.ca: : :: *" !
voted those : .
Monday night, and which was by present taken by the year, and It can be sent to ,
serenading party /
C. ?rg .baa purchased a very went to the house and treated )(1'. and a* one of the most pleasant of the kind you In any part of the United States or j '
ng mule. Mrs. Charlson to a serenade which lasted they bad attended for some time past. Canada without extra exp n.e. at tho Exceedingly Low Price of .

np the shell road question. Vero : about two hours and was enjoyed Im- $1.50 per annum In advance. !
t .%. <. .(. ...<. Per T
$25
nod mensely. *+1.0O nix month
> roads and must have them. The J.. T. &:; K. W. IC'y Cane. foreign( countrle ,,'" '.'" '.'" ,.'" '-11''n. :
$2.0O per an. to
8. J. vr- and W. B- Stout -
t l were Eau Gallic, I J' ( Ammonia: 0" ... , ,ft to B per watt
Thursday, looking up their In the matter of the rule Issued against
I O liar flu teed AiiiiIy Us \ Available Phosphoric Acid. 4 to 6" ;*- ,
seeing the and
place generally. the Florida Southern Railroad FUR first clans shoemakinij repairingcall
; companyIn : 'rManufactured
,
( Actual Potash . 3 lo 4 ,
0 .
Wa Heine, of White City who Dr. Holmes of City Point, was In the ease of the American Construction: on J. A. Daughtery, Main street, : .
P stopping with MM. F. C. town Tuesday. company vs. the Jacksonville, Tampa fc Tltnavllle Kla Mioen made to order from the Purest Ammoniate, Super-phosphates, and Potashe :
returned home I'range; Key West Railway company et. al., to I la fine style. Nothing better for Pineapple, Vegetable, and present condition of the Orange.
py Tuesday. I I. at Cocoa I
,
John Carey
Mrs. Capt. show cause why the Florida Southern! .
Alfred Michael made Charles visiting( Mr. Chas.:: bcboonmaker. ibiMiUl not pay Into the registry of the : PHY Scott' Carbt-I Igestive Compound Trees.A tine stock of all kind of Fertilizer Material constantly on baml.cr .

: pleasant call, as the schooner Mr. J. D. Crabb, of Cocoa was IIpleased cOlin certain sum of money the court for nervous exhaustion, dyspepsia and : Write for Pamphlet and Price I
'laid' over here for awhile and visitor heat Wednesday made an order allowing the Florida palpitation of the heart. For sale by
pleasant FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.
lit trip south.A. his friends being very glad to Southern fifteen day. to examine the F. 8. ChafTee A Co., Tltu rllle, FLa. ; LITTLE BROS. .

'', L. and G. Ck Beck, of Vero, see ,him.many The disappearance of that loaf I1W.ir I i claims: aDd voucher of Mason Young, 91.00 per bottle. Jacksonville, Fla.

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! ) PROFESSIONAL CHESS PROFITS., .--.1. .. .... ........ ....... .. .. To Cigar Manufacturers. SCOTT'S' PotatTomatoes 1

'' 8man' cruet: or8LACKWLLL'f
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!'h. PecnnlT Rcwardn View ofItanuknda
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Jas. Prltchard of this place Informs
DURHAM TOBACCO COMPANY. Capt. ,
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the
Intellect.Profennional
tt, on DURHAM, N. C. the ADVOCATE that he will give CARBO-DIGESTIYEI .

chess players consider the use of a two-story building 30x50.
ing the laborious nature of their work Dear 5Ir: free tor one your to anyone who will Melons, Ca

f the character of mind, and the long preparatory T To O ALL You are entitled to receive start a cigar factory in Titusvllle. ThisIs Turnips, Lettuce

y I study required are probubly] as FREE from your wholesale dealer an opportunity that should not be lost COMPOUND Peas ]

1 ill paid as any kiiid of intellectual WHITE/ STAR SOAP with all sight of by cigar makers Floilda. Onions, and all Vegetab1ts
theMerchf111tfl .
workers The profuHHional I chess player move large
who earns by bis play more than a de- Positively the one Remedy for quantities pa
BlackwelTo Genuine Railroad authorities any that the average from the soil.
cout rucxleHt living is a highly BucoeHufmau. locomotive travels upwal'ds of 20.CXO: the Treatment of SupplyPotash

Ail expert may be hired to run a a Durham Smoking NERVOUS EXHAUSTION,
.
II miles In the course of a year.All
ebons automaton and play with all ,

.. comers at a aulary less than some typewriters Tobacco youabuy. One bar pain banished by Dr. Miles'. Pain i-Ills. Simple and Aggravated forms of

earn. There are in all the world of soap Free with each pound. DYSPEPSIA, AND

probably less than half a hundred highly whether 16 ox., 8 oz., 4 oz., or cent. of all the people needto '
Ninety HEART.
per THE
Wh Rotail 11 oz.. p cke8-: PALPITATION OF in liberal quantities
: skilled professional chess players. a take a course of Hood's Sarsaparllla by ty

The Hastings convention brought to- We have notified. every wholesale at thin season to prevent that run-down I of fertilizers

gether 22, and the number was notable. dealer. ,In the United. s..tuTDBACCO condition of the system which Invites Does your food Hour after eating; 1?>> Are containing

h 'S A few professional chess players are that we will supply them with soap disease you easily confused and excited 1?>> Do less than .10% actual

p men of means but for the most part the to give you GENUINE FREEOrder a good you get; up In the morning tired and un- ash. Better and more

t' I .passion for the game leads the professional supply of DURHAM at Hood's Pills are purely vegetable and refreshed, and with a bad: taste in the
once: and Insist on getting >> able yields are
your 1 P sure
do 2)0.; mouth to fI
to aside material not pain or gripe.
player purge ,
put con-
soap. One bar of Soap with sensation attended
FR C E Is there a dull cloudy Our .. not
idvertiilnr.
.uideratious In order to follow his bent. each: pound you buy. Soap U by disagreeable feelings I In the Ins special Fertilizers, but are prafiidi....._

't Some of the bent known players dress offered for a limited time so order Gun springs are now tempered! by electricity head and eyes ? lag really latest researches helpful: to on f.rmor the subject dare (

r shabbily and live plainly. The abldHt to-day. Yours very truly, In France. The is rapid Are yon iriltiiblo' and restless 1 f>> the asking.The They".e.

{ Bud most sucoeHHfnl usually]] eke out their process Does your licait thump and cause you GERMAN KALI WORK

incomes made directly from the game BLACKWELL'S DURHAMTOBACCO and satisfactory. to Rasp for breath) after climbing a flightof \\13 Nuiesu. Sy to 1

ti'' ;by writing on chess, dinousniug problems tabs 1?>>

and the like. Books on chess succeed COMPANY. DOGS it distress you to lIe :on the! left Largest and Most

one another rapidly but none him >Mf you have any difficulty In procuring your m side 1 Phave>>
soap, cut out this notice and sand U wltb ChillsAND Impaired memory, dimnessof plete
a large sale. They are costly to produce jraur order to your wholaaal dealer. vision you of mind and gloomy Establishment Sot

{ and the stereotype plates are of small depicHHlon
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>+I 4 value The aggregate of considerable I j--WANTED:-Several trustworthy gentlemen I i foreboding These symptoms? mean tlJIyou are GEO. S, HACKER k kr
ELECTRICITY IN THE EARTH.
r prizes offered In chess contests through. Fever and Nervous
A' ----- or ladles to travel in }Florida.' suffering from Dyspepsia
1 out the world amounts in any one year In It the Awful J.i ir. flint Will Finally I established reliable house. Salary! $780 Exhaustion:
t a to only a few thoul..troy the World and expenses. Steady position. Enclose There Is no other remedy extant that
b stake of reference and self-ad II'ellsed Cured much for this class of troubles -
$1,000 is a large one. Amateurs "Take spado' turn up a small quantity Cured to Stay has done so
who far outnumber the professionals stamped envelope. The Dominion asScott's
of soil hold a portion in your hand Company third floor Omaha Build fur
r provide the parses and meet the expensesof ByWintersmith's
bold it to then smell "ion Carbo-Digestive
your cur, it. lug Chicago, 111.
,the ni'utoh games St. Petersburg is an
{ important chess center and there the will observe first a slight motion, heara Chill Tonic "- ) aa.

traveling expenses of the professionalsare faint sound as of the moving of distant -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Compound

made up by the local clubs timber I1Ufl readily notice the odor No. one, $5; No. two $10; No. three, $16- KIT" Sold by all Druggists.ROYALTANSY. If your case has resisted the usual

14 : r Professional chess players are rarely of heat. Do yon know that the forces Titusvllle, Fla. .I methods of treatment we are partioulal'lyanJllous

a -men of liberal education and usually held in your hand are from electricity; to have you give this Compounda

.t r a a )men of one idea. Chess has boen the diversion that the earth for three feet deep is alive A MISUKPKK8ENTATION. trial.
of PILLS We relief in every case and
great and broad minded men guarantee
with the Invisible power and forms the
r but it in commonly the business of men secret of vegetable life? Waves of SOUTH JACKSONVILLE Mar. 31 00. KEWOIRTOVERV. NEVER' FAILS. will cheerfully refund your money should
devoted to one idea. The professional a.r A D.W.reliable uid anfe reljut furitup.pretuitd our remedy fail to produce the most Mamefactiirers of \
electricity are constantly passing e xoenHlva, scanty or painfulmoiiHtunbtlon. results.
chess Editor Advocate : I .Now aped: by OTor 8OVO') gratifying
,2 player seems tireless in the pursuit
through the soil in nnseen billows thus .e.tl_ Invigorate tile.. orfrttaa Ito Please remember that the appellation
a of the game. One whose duty it was to keeping the soil from soaring as the Dear Sir : I hear, on the most reliable were paper.of 4tt dangwroiM per box, email ImttAtlatm box tl.. Jfatntf ttttai& ) Patent Medicine does not apply to | Doors, Sash]), Bib

ploy six: hours n day with all comers at billows of the ocean keep the waters authority that there Is gentleman now 11' leveled. .In for plain parttoit wrapper.lart. sold'S0n by
; ..i a place of amusement was accustomed from becoming Btugnant. To demonstrate traveling on the East Coast, and who ,dru \il.oraililr! to follow his dny's work with two hours ) IC'1ATUN. Cblouno, iU.
this fact go to some rock bound represents a Baltimore firm. This man It Is a presciiption put up by a leading
J of laborious study of special chess prob- pool dip out a small quantity of the claims that he bought out the business Sold' by F. S. Chaff & Co. physician who( has made stomach and I Office and Warerooms, King,. Off!

L, lems. It was this spirit that made Paul polluted) water place it in a> bottle cork of the late firm of llossis. Chap nervous troubles a specialty for years.
,Morphy of New Orleans abandon a and set aside in a wBrm place for a short We court Investigation; and earnestlyurge Cannon Street,

promising career ut the bar and cling to time. Then take the bottle into a darkroom man & Sudlow, of South Jacksonville Notice of Foreclosure.In all physicians to write us for the

r { 'the game until his physician warned shake the bottle draw out the Fla. Now, as I happen to be formula of Scott's Carbo-Digestive Compound Charleston, S. C.|

\' i {', Hilm that he must give it up or lose his cork and you will see tiny forks of blue the active member of that firm, I take Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit of which we will mail on application -

reason, lightning shoot out from the bottle and the opportunity of telling the public, Florida, Brevard County, 18\%( that they may satisfy and themselves excellent of Sash CordHardware.
Its harmless diameter
Weights
0'I:I Famous as chess has long been there if you keep perfectly quiet you will hear through the medium of your valuable C. D. Flood virtues. ,

t l are comparatively few really skilled faint mutterings like thunder. This that such statement as made vs.
a t + '4 amateurs, and it is impossible to maintain paper, any Jamoa E. Bowman aa !Sheriff SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE
comes from the flintlike rocks preventing by the gentleman hailing from BaltimoreIs of llrevarcl County Florida .
COMPOUNDIs
s I anywhere a very large chess club. the unbroken flow of electricity and Kx-otHcIo I Foreclosure of
; 1 it One of in strictly untrue. The firm of Chap iHtrator. of the estate of J.}[ Lien.A. .
the largest the world is in this
I i :! through the soil and from the air becoming man & Sudlow was dissolved by mutual .Touiajn Dwvur,.rittceiueir. .. the most remarkable remedy that Window and Fancy]
city yet H i ill not a large club compared has It has succeeded
I I charged and emptying Itself into consent and published In two news K. I- Dwyer ner husband, science produced.
nvifh pther) successful clubs formed on and Mm. R. Hudnut and where all other medicines have failed.
; the Since then I have .A SPECIALTY.
water. papers to that effect. Fred F, heals, her chU"ren.
different>> lines. It is almost impossible well the Sold by druggists everywhere, #1.00
"Electricity oa is being gradually a R you are aware, re-organized bill of
..I.. appearing by the sworn complaint bottle. Sent to address In
f in this country to form a large chefs shown is fire-the fire of friction if business with Increased' capital, takingover IT in above cmme that the ilefomlnnw, K..: L. per any
? ; club -on any hut l socially democratic all the goodwill and trade brands of Dwyer,husband of J. A.Tomajo Dwver, deceased America on receipt of prlco.Don't .
you will the first known by the inhabit resides In the City of New York, Stateof forget that we cheerfully refund
lines .some of the bent chess the late firm as of readers can
amateur your
any It. Hudnut and
and Mrs.
York -
ants of our globe. Look at an arc lamp New If results are not satisfac
find by writing to the Department of AudnuEherntxband reside at No. II'II! Broadway your money
f n players are mechanics who would find
and see its combined sparks as they Agriculture at Tallahassee. ,City of New York State of New York, and. tory. Order direct if your druggist does In
the
( atmosphere of the ordinary social emit from the carbons so swiftly that this letter to the Fred F. Ileala reHldes ut No. 47 llroadwuy New not have ILAddress
; club quite unendurable. There la a I write warn growerson York city, State of New York and. that there IDno all orders to
they are taken for n regular flame of from .
eye your East Coast' person In the State of Florida service of a
a' a strong contingent/ of good ohees players) bedazzling light. In the ages'to come confidence in the so-called gentleman; subpoena upon whom would bind' said defendants -
:in the German quarter. They frequenta In and that each and all of Raid defendants CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.
the charge of electricity will keep on from Baltimore, whoso object pervertIng of .
are over the age twenty-one yours.It
: locallY famous club, lodged in an old accumulating until some commotionof ; from the truth Is better known to I I..*, therefore, ordered that the respondents Poor

I'4 UJD.USB flown Second aveunne but knownto the earth will cause it to ignite himself,than) to others. E. L. Dwyer,Mr.*. R. Hudnut and I Hudnut Topeka, Kas.
and Fred 1".11..11.11" do at theClerk's
her husband appear
to chess experts the country over. when in the twinkling of an eye our Yours truly, office at Tltimvllle,Florida. on or before Or For Sale by
l'I' r There are some oddly placed chess ex- world with all it contain, will be enwrapped EDWARD SUDLOW, mgr, the 4th day of. May IHUtl, the mine being Rule
a e'' g Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. Day, to plead, answer or demur" tu add bill of
:, -parta in remote villages who come to Fred S. Chaffee & Co. Titusville Healthmeans
and consumed by a conflagration complaint tiled herein; and It la. further or.ler..1thl" ,
New York perhaps once a year as to that will startle if not frighten the this notice be published In the INDIAN

the ohess headquarters of the country. inhabitants of other planets 81 they look Do You Want an Orange GrapeFruit said HIVBU county ADVOOATR once a,week a newnpnner for four published consecutive in

One such man id a bunk officer and gen down the flaming mass and see weeks from date hereof. ALEX NBAB. ERXBST TAYLOR > so much more tit
upon Lemon Grove ?
or Witness, the Honorable John 1>. Broome,
eral factotum in small border state '
t .I: a burn up one of the greatest works of the Judge of Maid court,and the Heal of said court, NEAR & TAYLOR imagine-serious aih
city. Although occupied with a thou- Almighty's creation. PhiladelphiaTimes. at the court house Titusvllle, Florida,this Oth you
.sand business details he finds time to I would like to contract to make an day of April UUU. Signed (Successora to John McAllister.) h fatal diseases result fro

f ''I oonduct games by correspondence with _______________ 150,acre Orange Grape Fruit and Lemon [I_ 8.] A. STEWART,
ailments neglectedDon't
Clerk Circuit Court Artesian Well trifling
rich hammock land lying near aprlft-may4 Contractors
European experts to arrange chess tour grove, on '
Nature'
'' naments and towrite upon chess. When The great charm of the qoeen of Mad- Indian River, on the following terms : f play with

he comes to New York, he busies\ him agasoar is said to be her unconventional. For $100 per acre per year for ten Master's Sale.In EAU GALLI E. FLA. f greatest gift-health. '

self'among chess players to the neglectof ity. She chews tobacco drinks champagne years paid each year In advanceI will

all his friends not equally devoted to uses palm oil on her hair wears furnish land and all else needed for, care Circuit Court, in and for Brevard out Ifyoalln of emshaunted !
New York the and mointalnance of grove for the ten County Florida: HODGES & GODFREY ond genenlromrs
Sun. at
the game.- $5,000 Worth costumes- same years, and will gather and pack fruit for B ..
Df CHANCERY.
barefooted and in memberof -
time going a shipment, owner furnishing box material have DO

i The Pop1. Print Apartment. the orthodox Congregational church. etc. Will guarantee grove to produce Timothy Murphy:;. ,et.al., Manufacturers of and cant olO.eeI

tl l ''To the pope's bedroom only his private 40,000 boxes of fruit within the ten The Indian River Steamboat } Inre begin..helllOllble

k I valet and his secretaries have access. years, to go to owner, from the 5th to Company,et. al. Yellow Pine I .trenlf\vtd\
Lumber
't i It la of small dimensions, and contains 10th years of age; and will obligate to UNDER and by virtue of a flail decree made lion BroWD medicine Ian
five the In the above entitled. cause .
lease for succeeding
'I only a bed, in an alcove adorned prove years ter. A f.
wherein Timothy Murphy and others
/ with graceful marble columns a writ. HER LIFE TRULY SAVED.Dr. ten years (If owner should desire), and complainants. and the Indian. River Steamboat are ROUGH A DRESSED, ties cure'frre
will 200 boxes of fruit per acre per Company and others are defendants, by the comes
armchair and pay Orange) B. ing table an kneeling Cure Does It. very
,, Miles' Heart year as rent and will deliver grove at Judge of the above styled court, and dated .tun
stool and one wardrobe. Mm.Chaa. La Point .awell-knownrealdent of contract under good fence, February 21st, lust,and under the supplemental Fruit Vegetable Crate. feet. a.dpleasant I
this expiration order of aald court dated February :mil! teat,
Besides those there is his of Denver, pralnoa wonderful remedy. 10-
private should convince all to the culture, and thorough drainage./ The and whereby I wait appointed Special Muster to Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River
Her as
0 ii study in which the table and chair worth testimony of the Mew Heart Cure and Reatora.tlve 80OO() ( boxes of fruit paid as rent for the nell the following uencrlbed property I, aa on through bill of,,,,Ung. Anyone contemplat'"
stand little platform Nervine. Her letter dated Sept,llth, should be worth $1.23 Special Master aa aforesaid will, on the tltli day ing the East Coa.twould do well to
I upon a carpeted 130: acre grove per of April A I> 1HOU the same being the First write ferpriues. The Sawmill Is eitnatedon. the It Cures
other tables being placed. on each side 18M, reads M fallows: box above expenses of packing; at the Monday In said month of Aprlland a legal sales J.,T.& K. W.Ry.,0 mlle south of P .llltka.

the floor together with an extremely very lowest at the station f. o. b., which day within the legal hours of sale sell for rash Satsuma Dyspepsia* Kidney and
upon to the highest bidder.. therefor at the wharf of flights, Putnam co.,"la. ,
l'' 4t uncomfortable but magnificent would make grove pay a net Income of the Jacksonville, Tnmpa and Key West Railway Neuralgia, Troubles
straight backed armchair which is one t37: ,.')(;O per year to owner after 10 years. Company. at Titusvllle. In said llrevard 1 Constipation Bad Blood
Florida, all the following ,
I will take pains to have of County described
every grove
sof the gifts offered on the occasion of best varieties of oranges, grapefruit property,the same being the River) | !rty of the W H GLEASON & CO i Malaria, Nervous .lIm
the episcopal jubilee. There is, more very defendant, the Raid the Indian Steamboat. ,
i and lemons. "''..m\'any.\ to-wlt: The steamlmiit "St. Hebaatian Women's complaints.
over, a little room containing only an If owner should not want to keep steamboat, "St. Augiiatine, thesteamboat ATTORNEYS IN LAND Getonly'thegenuine-it 1111 c_
old lounge and ou old fashioned easy grove at expiration of contract, I would "Progress. the steamboat" "8. V. CASES. llnea on the All other'H
and the steamboat "Clen,
all
White recent
now ly ... x..taxptwill
of
chair with "wings and nothing else. obligate to buy It at whatever price was ing at Titusvllle,In the aald county of Brevard, send On set of Ten Beautiful two" W
I 7 I It is here that the holy father retires fair, for If I did not have the money myself Florida including with each steamboat Its respective TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED Pair View and book-free.

+ to take his) afternoon nap, and the robust I would have It so desirable that It and I also all nxturea the) ,personal furniture property boats and of the tackle said; AND PERFECTED. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE.

nature of bit nerves i is proved by would be very little trouble for purchasers Indian River Steamboat Company, Including iuotllce
I to be found that would have the furniture and .. supplies; and
I'l '
fact he lieu his
the that down with
eyes .
Yours truly also the following described real estate: ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND
: facing the broad light of the window. money. very The southerly nfty feet of Lot thirty and all RE-
L. A. COLEMAN, of Lot thirty-one In mock It. In the town of SURVEYS OBTAINED. in Sight
1 This private apartment occupies the Vhf La Orange, Fat Uallle In the said County of llrovar.l.1o'I..rhla. Right
second floor, according to Italian reckon. / Indian River Fb.ineaple. commencing at a ,point on the west Defective Homestead and Sh
bank of the Indian River, at low water mark Pre-Emption Sure Saving
lug, though we Americans should call it Entries
one hundred and live feet south of the .,null Corrected and Perfected.
I the third. It is on a level with Raphael's and Lemon Una of Lot number one "section thirty-three, Claims adjusted before the Depart.ment Well send you our (jeII1:y

h toggle. The floor above it is inhabitedby Orange thence township running twenty-four west thirty range feet thirty-six) thence north east; at Washington. login and Buyerssend

Cardinal Bampolla the secretary of Land For Sale Cheap. thirty feet; thence vast. thirty fret. ; thence Correspondence solicited. us 15 cents in 61
4 south along the bank of ....hl| river to the place up
state.-Marion Crawford in Century. pays: partpoetageOr
(4jMas. for sale 80 of of beginning.And EAU GALLIE .
I have acres pineapple al.0all the rights of wharfage and Interests FLA. keeps off Idlers.If q
Rough on the "__biT. land on St. Lucie river, a few miles below In wharves by loose-hold or agreement in a Dictionary of Hot
LA Poijrr.2137 numboldt St.Typhoid Eden, 40 of which being northeast divers wharves on the Indian River In the Full of important fnforrlu
Sir Berbart
Maxwell M. P., retells a fever left me with heart. trouble of northeast quarter of section counties of llrevard and lale. and at New where buy.. T",
quarter matter you
tale about the lord high. commissionership the Smyrna. WEAK MEN MADE f
of the most aerloua nature. Nothing VIGOROUS 11
of the doctor gave hud any effect. I had severe 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; All of the foregoing raise will be made subJcrt 12,000 illustrations: t.
I general assembly of the paiO.ID the heart, and was unable to lie on the other 40 U the northeast quarterof to confirmation by the above styled court. articles and right o.-
'Church of Scotland. When :Mr. Disraeli my left side for more than throe minutes at southeast: quarter of section 3, Each. anccesKfnl purchaser IIIRIII..IK..t. twenty- profit only between maker'd
1 time. My heart seemed to mlM. boat, and fire per rent of his hid with the Manter" at the
P was forming administration In 181-&. a 1 had mothering.pel! la, In which It neemedSvery township 38, south of range 41 east time of the sale. ,taking the Master's receipt,. and 1 iI aeonIwoir. Get it.MONTGOMERY.
Pi a certain noble earl noted in additionto breath would be my lass. We acci- The above land can be bought for $10 ce.-tlUcat. therefor..be .The balance of the purchase WARD d
to
money ) 1..1 on continuation of
of sale
advertisement
S mahy estimable qualities for his teI wan per acre. It U suitable for pineapple I't.ss.lnn' to be) retained. by the court untiletpenMa 111116 Michigan: Ave.,
I cundity forcible expletive expresseda Dr. Wiles' New Heart Cure orange, lemon or lime growing. purchase price ill fully the.... In the event the I"OAt. IS"'DCf. mM

strong desire to become master of the and Bentoratlv ....tang purchased ..a Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for sale anid I.after not due..nOm.e.1.atrertileuwut property and the will tweaty be re- ml!PEFFER'S NEftYIOOR oidl!

1 buokhonnds. "Well. said Disraeli "I week.bottle I of could each.be After lifted In .a chair the remedle up a cash. This land will soon be worth $'0 live per. cent ilepoelt returned without eneta or -.... powerfully. : men and pulckly.Cur.. .h..11

had myself thought of that poet for your an hour and In .a short time I andpalt to per acre. Maater. to the party depositing, woe with men racover t. youthful ........ ........=lf b"2 O.ar-, old '

i lordship but the truth is that her majesty do Itahtbousework. shall medicines.be ever gratefulto Apply to C. II. Walton ADVOCATE: WILLIAM II. a..e4 C"ae7.Cure 5.,saLest' Yttality
wonderful Truly RAKER. -
our
it very particular about the language they you save; 11I7 iI\-\{ office: or to Bobbins .k Graham, Titus-. R. IL IJinrett. Special Master. eli.5. -.:=Meyerh FaIIiay q .:::1'H W..ePawer.: UBBETENCILS

used in the hunting field. so I Dr.Miles Heart Cure CUA9.Is sold oa LA.POINT.positiveguarantee yule .UWalton' Complainants Solicitor. marO-aprS "u/tlead....w.. :: : tnu:::: endennmpllo er -- aM> BRASS

have determined to submit your name that the flrst bottle will iMneflt.AlldraKKlntasellltatSl inrlEErt held.pag.awnrlhkM.ub.eavte' On
lo.lntonbaw
for her lord bottle forks, or Rapid .Calking Machine Caa.be carried'a JIr.tr'V IW- or lend
a approval high commissioner qa Tha above sale by order of the Judge. of .said vast for It'
r to the general assembly. I" And to aaywiha Dn'ellllles ttlidldu 4)ow.aaasassplad.Dr. $9.00; $10.00 of ,the and principal$15.00 each.boatbuildersin In use on Court the,4th baa day been of pontponeil May A. I>,.and lea will under take the place p W
that post he was appointed accordingly: Heart Cure by many visions of the above ...1.rtlllll'ment.W. pro- j1&f: "''''f8"'t.' W .ggt yedddwV. STEEL 3e1mallll
Miles' :
-Westmiof ter Gazette. .. .. the North. See pamphlets and testimonials !- H. BXKKR. &Jtl Cal.ag.:AU:

M a ., 8| clai Matter. Sold by F. S. Chaffee 4 Co. ,.e..waA6n. '

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PULAR PHRASES. __u__ __ ElOTELS.: THE FLORIDA CDRCNADD.JURr-BATHINS THE YEAS ROUND'ssirTJ '
-- -- 'H __ __ ___ I'I'1
.
L OF SOME' OF THE CATCH-
East Coast Hotel
RDS THAT EVERYBODY USES. Systemc. =- tDPP
:;
KS
i tmyyhlt6l i I ,
I 5"AAP" I I
|.,. Taken Some From the BnclUlnvrnted h rE1J jl'tYRdA'ftA i I j
v...,. Many; OarMlren-Hoi KNOTT General Superintendent. '
20 MILES CF BEACH rOHAPLAYCBtaUSixrlal !
.....,,9 to Adopt Some of the PhrkMth 419aM11 9..sry IIAIhINII dill AI' .
Are Ia OeD.ral O*". nlY Alcazar 1".1I1..r. A t <-<>r'ini..lo i Moderate i }II I
I
has been recently made of: ST. AUGUSTINE. rates, solid! comfort, no ostentation. + ''I,
itioii Jon. P. UU Avas Manager. good Hulling, flood 1 cooking. ,
itpnted origin of the word "tee- Open November first to May Ih-Ht. i I
claimed by two inventors, one fl.oo; I\Ullupwnl'lll'er day. \

iu England and the other ii Casino, HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY I, ; \

and each of whom may have< .
IcA, !:sT AUGUSTINE ---
pan the word independently and A. M. TAY I."It, Supoilntpmlent. "| >IIE CHEAT DIRECTIVE POINT
different reasons unsigned. Tos Swimming Tool, 1. For UOO1 j Russian and Turkish Uatli. theio Stop at _
minded persona who like to HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, -- _
tho whys where and wherefores Ponce De Leon '

erythiug the origin of popnluivords PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AUGUSTINE. The Lemon City Hotel

and figures of speech ia: uitiiig (Jii.l.lsA: ll'UlU1lunagers.. ,
subject. OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOIL 1,000. Open January to A pi'II. --.. .

word"machine,"all we use it poly f.OO( and upward per day. At Lomon City tile terminus of the 1: \
is another which, like "tee HKNKV W. :MKKKILL: : :Manager: Cordova Hack Lino, on lllscuyno lI:1Y.11'1 I r:

ia of doubtful parentage.. In the 1'01111'mllll.tablu beds, good table,.
ST.
--- AUGUSTINE.:
---- -- terms I'ol\llollahle.
-- -------------- -
fire -- -----
f tbe old volunteer companies,, KOOIIIH only. Open during February and Mau-li. ij
i in large cities were potent factorsal The Zff- (lead lulling,; and hunting In tho-
politics, the phrase "to rm Ormond neighborhood.
he machine" came into oommor OKMONn-OX-TlIK-IIALlFAX.: 1). M. CO\NOUY, Pnvp. I: '

ml it meant that a man so spcket ANUMIHON: PIUCK, Managoia. Lemon City, Diulo = ., Kl.t. j
19 identified with the political co Open\ Doconiln-r to A pi'II. ij I
with which hof $4.00 and upward per &la)'. .. '
it the tire company i sna aI '
d. The famous Boss Tweed beganreer Royal Poinciana ST. AUGUSTiNE FLORIDA. :

in New York "running with
ucliine" as a volunteer fireman. irk' I11 IIfQ I'ArBlUCH.. !j ::1
H. \V. Micitim.r.' l\Iaullg'IJI' COLUMBIA HOTEL ;;
,ie term as we now employ it was Open January to A pi'II.
n England long before. The Duke 4 .:),00 and upwind per day. ,

>lliiigtou, in a letter to a friend iu rl Palm Beach Inn Centrally Located on St. George I
lepluriug the increasing influence
Street.Overlooking .
mlar agitation on the action of the KHM S'rlcluly, Manager (I.. : ..
i of parliament, Raid i "Such is the Open) Ducvniber to May. old Fort Marion and 1 Park. .
$1.00 1\IIIIu1'wI\I'I11181' llay. IIU.IfilII\ view of the () 'eau and
machine tab- \
ion of the oa now
lolling breakers (rain the pluz/nn. '
that no individual, be his char- Palm Beach Casino :a

conduct in antecedent circum- t.;. NTWAlsoN. Siipuilntcnilont.Salt : 1
s and his abilities what they may Water bwlmminir Peel, W M. TEAHEN Proprietor. 'I !;
ve any personal influence in gen- Snit Bathing, ,
We may have derived our term Fishing from ocean Plor.

inchine" from our old volunteer THE HOTEL OllMOND, -- HI\II. Electric hulls and perfect systanv t
impaiiy days, but in the England OllMONI-OV-THK-irHtIFAX. of Sanitary Sewerage r .,
Wellington's time there were no fire i 113: '
iniea exerting any political influ- Accommodation foipJOO: guosts. Rates, $5 per day andjnpwaida. Grand View Hotel.

Open from December until April 2:>th.ANDEHKOX ... x HOTELi'-x COQUINA 11 11I

much overworked word "crank"nniver3al A: PHICE, Managers. --.. --
d vogue in connection 1 I
Guiteau's assassination of Pre i- ... ,
---- ---- --------- --- ------ ---------- -- ------ -- --- ------ TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
Garfleld, but it was long before
pplied by.the late Don Piatt who NOW Open atDI1. .' .ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, 4-
ed to be its inventor, to Horace FLOATING HOTEL
ey the purpose of it being to liken l\II, RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTAs FLORIDA.SURF .
mane editor to the orank of a band ( ,
---
which is forever grinding out the I> xlo Co. FIn. an "All-the-year-round" House.
old tunes. The word, as we have BATHING AND DRIVING Are

ome to apply it, means much more Mrs L H Decker will have charge of the Specialties at Ormond.' :"
rorse. It implies a condition of Excellent Fishing and Sailing. Housekeeping

verging upon insanity; and this rlf'FOI' Circular, address l ,
ven rise to the erroneous notion and Cuisine, having closed her house for that purpose

it has its origin in the German SEISER & VIKING
Managers
Sea Food
"krank." a Specialty. The office will be In charge of the Lessee, ,

word "dago," now commonlyd .
ORMOND BY THE. SEA.
to Italians all over the country :r. ca nAsr.J. ,
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originally from Louisiana where expression became nationally current, of Hotel tin Nil, Harno.J. .

I first referred only to people of and it stands as the American parallel HOTEL MELBOURNE ._. ___________.._u_. ._ .__ __ .._ _ _ HOTEL CARLETON
li-h origin but was later applied to to "John Bull.1 Baltimore Sun. ,
Ins and Portuguese as well. The I Ii .
i A, HAPPERSETTE.
is a corruption of "Diego"es
CARRIES NEITHER PURSE NOR SCRIP. MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA.I Jacksonville Florida.
), which ia a common Spanish II.RIVER I30TEIr
San Diego being the patron saint Let Love alone. Be U divinely led. t.
i Spaniards.other And feels the way his vutlud eye" do not ue. Open all the year round. Good FishIng -
word of incessant No throne nor principalities hath, he, and Rates h t1
employin "- Nor any; place to lay bin royal head. Hunting Yachting. Under New Management *
American speech is "dude, No care hath he about his daily bread; $2.50 and upwards. TITUSVILLE,
its feminine complement "du- He recks not whether be be bond or tree; Proprietress, Mits. C. J. HKCTOK. ---
This may have come to us from But, fall of faith and sweet security, Indian Hivor.FJa. .
old 1 English word tor clothes Be goes. forth cheerily to woo and- wed. Open all the Tear. --;; -. :

8," iu earlier times spelled For Love believes that all God hath Is blat SLAVE RAIDS 'IN AFRICA. Coolest and most pleasantly lonatcd'
he taken, freely he gives away. -
os. Freely; A .
'
With molting, mingling touch at hand ""dUp. J. A. 1IAITEUSETTEMANAOEII. hotel for the summer nionthu. TlioroiiKhly -
aokeray writes of one of his charac- Let Love alone. He clalmeth all there la. More Than Hundred Village Destroyed; r rvfltttxl 1 and elegantly fuinUhoil.Klovntor. !. +
"Her dresses were wonderful, ber The whole world trembles with his potent In On Campaign. All modern (Improvement
eta marvelous. Few women could away.; As we approached the fulln we Raw 9 UA'l'KS-fl.rO to $J.OO: per ilay.
such dudes..' Shakespeare, in The king who carries neither purse nor scrip. that the river banks had been depopulated Olcn11 The Year. Special by the week, nod to Commercial
-Anne L. Muzzoy In New York Sun.
Merry Wives cf) Windsor," writes ; and the village were in ashes. We r !Men. W
'bucke of dudes" meaning a bas- CREDITED MISS ROCKEFELLER.She passed dead bodies floating in the river. Only hotel that the oluctrlo cars pars
to und from ''
1 of clorhea ready for washing. Itst Canoes were standing on end like hol- Only a few minutes' I depot. ,

day literary ourrency dates from Couldn't Quit Understand Why. the lowed columns; crowds of fugitives 'v' ." ,4 a'N walk from Hallway/ station CRAPO & LeVENE
lary, 1870, when the word appear- Shopman Wa So Grmolona, were afloat and hiding among the roudy and Steamboat: land- Proprietors.
Pntnam'a Magazine. But a famous A pretty story is told of Mrs. Harold islands. These were all signs of a fieu- im i l ni I logs.C' .
York clubman Mr. Hermann McCormiok while she was Miss Edith oral terror, but we could get no infor- 1y On the bank of the .,
bs, claims the credit of first start- Rockefeller showing the simple manner mation of its character. Vague ideas of far-famed Indian Ulver."OTU" ,
as a popular term of contempt or : in which she regarded herfather's great I an invasion from some savage tribe Hotel Al Fresco.
33 J3Et Xfjjjrr MAN.EIC-1 MIlNT. .. .. .
ale for an overdressed person. He wealth. came to our minds and now and then

that a youth of this type who ,The incident occurred when she was : we had a misgiving that there must be ---- . -- -- .. I
'd 1 by the Union club window with a pupil at one of the fashionable New Arab slavers in the neighborhood. I

icing step provoked himself and Yprk schools. She. with a party of) girls Continuing our ascent, on the third HOTEL JENSEN, Indian River, FLORIDA.
nr clubman to hum together an ao- from her class presented herself at a certain day we came iu sight of a huge Arab BELLEVUE -x-
liniment to the youth's walk, thus, furniture dealer's to choose a gift camp on the right bank and before long ,
i da, de, dn du, du do" and that for a favorite teacher. The price of the we discovered that the'A rubs of Nyan- JOHN L. JENSEN Proprietor.
omarked "Good enough; dude is pretty writing desk however, was more gwe (Livingstone's farthest point), having 1: > bou.rn.e: .e, :FW1or1.da. ,

roper name for it," and that thus than the sum in their possession. The heard the moat exaggerated report Overlooking tho FarnouM Indian Ilivor.tt .
ord was born. girls suggested that if the dealt was of our successful descent of the Kongoin NEW HOUSE; Wont Accommodations !
10 words "jingo" and "jingoism" sent they would forward the balance aa 1877, had hastened after us to reap a

>180 of disputed derivation. We all soon as possible. harvest of ivory and slavea They had ... on the East Connt. Hot and Cold Baths; 1 c
'about the English music ball song The proprietor very politely, but also been too successful Over 118 village] .
h set the word going with a new very decidedly informed the girls that$ had been destroyed below Stanley falls 3 llmt-cIiuiH table. In centre of the

img in 1877, bat the original coin- he could not do as they asked. "But," alone, a rich plnnHer of ivory was in "' Famous Pineapple Kcglon clone to the
"f the term "By jingo!1" is quite be said "if you can think of any New their camp and several hundred laves, ., '.. ")I' ] ; J JOlot.
to I. In the Basque language the York business man with whom any of old and young, were herded like goats 'e:0.: ([ Fish and oyntois In abundance., f,
jingo means God and it is widely'ed your fathers are acquainted und who and heavily fettered in the slave pen. It ..:\ *.
' that "By jingo I" was a form will vouch for yon the matter may possibly then'appeared that while we' had been Terms : $3.00 Per Day hand
"i with which the Basque sailors be arranged." negotiating with the negro chiefs along .
Iwrized the English sailors and, "Why," said the daughter of the the river, making roads building .ta- "YJJ.clr upwards. i

Sh them, all English speaking peo- great petroleum magnate "I think my tions and hauling steamers overland r. : ,
But others believe the word is a papa has an office down on Broadway. the Arabs of Myangwe bad been coming ;., 4: j I
Ptiou of St. Gingoulph. It is one) Possibly; we can get the money there.'* down the river, laying the country f .
'e oddities of popular wordmaking "Who.is your father?" queried the waste. We had at last met about CO .. '- 'I -/r l' ---.l: DTJB'S...
w. j
he term "jingoism" as now used. dealer. miles below the falls. A glance at the :......- ;' .
omplote travesty of) the sentiment "Bis name i. Rockefeller," replied scenes of tbe camp was sufficient to re- "!' zr gtSeZS1_. ...- "t. "*.

)long from which it was taken. A the girl simply; "John D. Rockefeller. real what a future awaited the Kongo One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce Churchesand SfflfflYEHJOOSE.!! '
, either in England or America is He is in the oil business." I valley bad we not conceived the project Schools. ,r
net< down as a man spoiling for aellger The merchant gasped and looked at of opening the river to civilizing influ
for war at any cost. But the the girlie amazement. "Johp D. Rockefeller ences. There was not a moment to love. Rates : $2.50 to $3. 0 Per Day. Terms by tbe Week or Month. ,i "

iftlmnsio ball song, with the Jingo ] ;your father? Is John D. Rockefeller We had no authority to open fire on the j
I, expressed exactly the opposite ] good for $35?" be repeated In excitement. mi creantL They were subjects of the First-rate Laundry Connection with the Hotel Terms Reasonable. B. DUB Pro. : r

nent-a desire for It beganwe Prince of Zanzibar, who was a protege .. .. . ,
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don't want to fight," and its) Then be recovered his presence of of England, and to plunge into hostilities Mow Open for the S....... ... I
t war note was struck in the dec- mind sufficiently to order the desk packed with them might possibly; involve PALMETTO HOTEL .., SAVANNAH GA.
on that if they had to do what they op and sent immediately, while Miss us in serious complications. But whilewe Fort Pierce Hotel ., :
' rather not, they bad plenty of Edith very ranch astonished at his unwonted dared not use force we believed that # !
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nips and money.aking excitement, thanked him with by continuing the same system we bad Daytona, Florida.The Centrally, Located. ,]|

of "Brother pretty and simple grace.-Philadelphia Found so successful with the native Leading Hotel. BeantlfuUy .ito- Near Indian River IrilotExpressly Congress and Bulf. !
is no doubt about iteaorigin. Pros chief. we could check the audacity of I .
General the slavers by our mere ated. It U home-like. Table excellent \
presence among -
Washington went to Mastta I finished and furnished for UatoB :
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to take command of the Bevo7 La A..I.- them. After some days spent in cautions Modem conveniences. New sanitary ,
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army,be found great of A man one morning at family prayers and friendly negotiations with the lambing. Prompt and polite service. borne comforts. Modern conveniences.runiMO $a.5O to 83.OO. I l
inition and other supplies. He prayed for a good neighbor in great Arabs we were permitted to establish a AID HCMTIMO> c..un ..od. I
I for aid to Governor Jonathan destitution. After the prayer hi. boy; station at the falls and after seeing it Popular rates. Under management of Guides furnished. Best table water In

ball of Connecticut, and got it, Mid to him, "Papa, give me your pock- well advanced we turned the prows of LEON DESPLAND the State. -What do you need In tbe"way of
> many; emergencies of that period etbook, and I will,go over to Mr.Smith' oar steamers down river toward Leopoldville. JOLICS TTLJCB, I Proprietors and eOY lope., note and letter heads, bill-
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xi the pyre "We consult JIUm,. .-Henry M. Stanley ia Celt of the fountain Hotel .KM.TTLBR I leads, statements tags cards, etoP
must and answer yonr Formerly City ( Managers.yormerly Ye shall be glad to have a share of your
*!:..JonaiBan on the (subject. The selL"_Loaia riU* Western Recorder. nry. .a.ous'92 to '05. -I of New Haven, Ct. work ;




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I Il!!' I .. .... I 8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 17, 1896. .. ..._.. .-. -". -.- .' .._,---- I


Consult James Mott, Orders Now Taken Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest U.S.Gov't Report

THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM

Orlando: Nursery, for For (
vines pineapple slips and suckers-Ret
and grape:( fruit treo, grape and
t Spanish, Egyptian Queen) Pernambuco,
t Mars 'Icl roses JAM MOTT, Porto Rico, White Antigua Apply nVAI Paid Up Capital $26OOO.OO.,
KB MAM. KATK B. PAKKIW, gkinowder
Orlando, Fla. West Palm. Beach, Fla.
LAW, LOANS, HEAL ESTATE.

Woort for Sale. Fancy Pineapple I'lauts. .


I will supply oak wood at S.'ctu.: a Hardy, vigorous-, grown without sliel BbGLIJTEI.Y PORE We have for sale a large list of caref

load; by the cord., %'>. Pine wood, Vets ter. Prices on application to .. --- ==="- -- ..-- -.. -- selected Indian River Properties. U
per load; cord, $..50.) Good loads. E. C. 11. TTMDALL
h Add res"V.. LEE, 27mnrOmo Wavelanrl, Fla. -With Banana creek dredged, a small -Mr. John C. Jones, who lias been Sale Lands of the Florida
1', 0., Tltusvllle\ !, Fla steamer could be puton the run between engaged' with Mr. .las. Paine In running Agents for of Coast 1/
I Tltusville\ and Banana River the St. Lucie hotel the past winter, returned Canal and Transportation Co.C..A.lV".AL .
Ia Fancy Pineapple Slips! and Suckers to town yesterday.
For Clmrtcr, -Mrs. A. T. Friend I after a )plea 1 :: LA.1VDS.Florida
for Sale. visit to Mrs. Barbour, at Eau Gallic, !has -The Plant steamer Mascotto has .

The sloop yacht-Yankee Doodle, Capt. returned to Paterson, N. J. and resumed Key her West run, with between the Port genial Tampa and Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa 0Key: We Railway rw
.Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden Remember, the ladles of the Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian Klver and Investment
(Goo. Cook, by the day, week or month lIethoobUlng; Capt. Ilowes in command. Loan u'
i This yacht la fitted up with the bent of Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and dist church give an Ice cream supper in I and other Low Priced '
Red Spanish. Apply to the Gray building this after Engineer Howard Paddlson, former-
accommodation for ladles. Capt. Cook (Friday)
i the Indian River Steamboat Co., Write for Descriptive rvlce\ List of Carefully: 88iected i
Is a reliable man and well acquainted &IAl nOCK & MATTHAMH', noon and evening, beginning at 3 o'clock.Iy of rvopertlej
"Palm Beach Pinery," Is now engaged on board the IteamerMr.
with all the fishing and hunting grounds Titusville. Florida.
on the river. West Palm Beach, Fla. R. F. Hall, who has been IIpendThree Friends, of Jacksonville.
ing about a week on the lower part of
'. Address, CAPT. GEO. COOK, the East Coast, in the Interests of his -Mr. Ed. Stlllng, of Cocoa, Is one of -
F. & A. M.\ Titusville, Fla. Juliana Suckers For Sale. Insurance business, returned home yes the hustling merchants of Indian River
terday. who docs business all along the Ens Fred S. Chaffee &
: Imperial Dwarf Coast. Examine: his advts on Nth page. 6
For Sale. Banana suckers &0o
-The Rev. W. T Veale I formerly I of
per 100; *22.r>0 per i CCO(; 40.00 per 1,0JO. Tltusvllle, seems to be very popular In -Our Indian River Guards are hold .
The Sloop Yacht Flora, 3.'>>-ft. long, Cash with order.II. Jacksonville-especially the members ing drills\ twice a week, in readiness for
t 14ft. beam, 2-ft. draught. In tirst-class. II. WILKINSON, of the Presbyterian among church of which the encampment at Panama l'al'kIay: FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITOSVIllE] f Fill I

condition, and used but one year. Cabin Ruckledge, Fla. he Is pastor. I 12th, and Capf. A. T. Feaster_.__,'M_" putting Registered Phamacist. <
mmodatloim for with L ....
*i' 8, room for them; through; in excellent InCbaf'lee ,)'
; r ward for 2, also water closet. Is fully & Co,, of this place, have -West Palm Beach had another narrow A Complete Assortment of
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found anti furnished, except bedding. just received a fine new soda fountain.
Jacksonville this week. A fire broke out
In full commlsHlon to Hall with six hours From to :Miami. They are now prepared to supply you escape
In the of Loutlier's saloon, and
a room at rear PORE DRUGS
-- I.* Druggists SUDfiTI
i. notice. Owner having regained hU with all sorts of cool and refreshing but fortunately the fire department ex
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? health, has no further line for her. Regular trains are now running between drinks tlnguished it ere it had mule mud
Inquire of James I'rltchard, or Capt. the abovo places, the first run Craven's Indian River Band gave: an* headway ->3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude! J.
refer Nelson, Tltusvllle, Fla., where laving/ been made on Wednesday. Workmen opon-air concert on the Plaza, MondayAll .
v yacht can be seen are now busily engaged surfacing night, and it U generally admitted that lltay be in members arrears of for Craven's uncollected Band dues who, U- We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

the track and gutting the road in goodordol' the members are making rapid progress: are requested to be In readiness to settle I
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in their musical studies better .We want your trade. Give us
Fine Sclir. Yacht for Sale. -plajlng' same. The secretary will call upon ,a
each time.
same Saturday or Monday.
Schooner, 01 feet-over all, 14ft. beam, Episcopate Church Appointments. -Mr.\ and Mrs. II. D. RufTner, after -At a. business meeting of Craven's Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper. School Supplies Pern|
2.3 I Inch diaught with nailing ballast spending several weeks very pleasantly Band, held last night, the following officers Toilet articles, Brushes Shoulder Braces, etc, eto.v etc.
{ 'two Htatit-rooms; main cabin, 12x14, antI Archdeacon 11. F. Brown will hold at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. wore elected to hold office for the WAgents. for Stencils and Rubber Staups.Groceries !.
(ift. $in. hend-room( ; patent W. C.j; separate divine service at Eau Oallio on Sunday 3oodo Melbourne, loft for Jacksonville next six months : Wm. M. Brown, president - -- -
I otter
fi i room for crew and galley.; Fine and points north on Saturday last. W. T. Avera, vice-president, and
I next, the lUth inst., at 10:30: a.m. and ;
comfortable Mr. Ruffner has purchased land at EJ ::se:: :c-Y-
yacht for some
Indian
t cruising on 3:10:! p. m.; at Eden at 10:30: a. m. and Chas. A. Gardner, secretary and troas. ,
I River! Luke: Worth or Biscayne Bay Sebastian, where he will have a winter
Jensen at 8'W: m., -- --
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p. on Tuesday
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t Further Will nell chonp for cash. 21st lost.; and at Hobo Sound at 1O:30: a. residence erected. Grain Hay Garden Seed Fem
particulars by writing to 11. and Jupiter at 7:30:: p. m., Wednes-- -Mrs. J. A. McDonald and her laugh- ,
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C. 1[ W., lay, the 22nd Inst. ters-1\lra.. B. Reilly\ and Miss :McDonald -
ADVOCATE office, -passed through' here yesterday I call the Attention of the People of Indian River totmy/ Stock of
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i TltuHville, Fla.'otlco afternoon, en route from St. Augustine: Staple Ac JJ'iiiioy: ? CSrrroooriei, **; Fr
Tennyson Entertainment to- to; Palm Beach. Miss Kittle McDonald
:> to Tax- nycrs. night. has been attending school at St. Joseph's ESTABLISHED : o& And Food Products
Academy, St. Augustine, and looks as JACKSONVILLE i FLA. Of All Kinds. Also My\ Stock of

The time for payment of taxes'ban There will be a grand Tennyson entertainment -' bright and lively: as ever. Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Mi
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boon extended to, the :20th! day of May. ; at Mlms this (Friday)) evening -----
Tills decision was come to by Brevard and the people of Tltusvllle and Ground Food and Wlieat.I .
tl County Commissioner, at their meeting neighborhood are cordially invited to am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In the above
hold the tlrst Monday In April. The de- attend this enjoyable social affair. ]Miss LANDS oods. I buy close, and will sell close. Invite your correspondence and
linquent tax list will bo published In the Susie F. Brown, the popular school < your patronage. Very truly
,ADVOCATK.: E. W. HALL. teacher of that section, will be one of ::7. L. :SRBDYLUMBER :
IM: r Tax Collector: Brevard Co. he leading lights on the above occasion.A .

Sharpen, Fla., April 8, 1800. FOR LEMONS, GRAPE FRUIT & PINEAPPLESIn

Grand Event in Jacksonville. !

I :Elltabllllhed 188.1.. -
Brevard and Dade Counties Florida.]
The ADVOCATE acknowledges receiptof ,

I : : L. BARBOT & CO., 'and a lady complimentary to attend Invitation a. grand! full for editor dress ...... .. . .., And House Building Mate I

'' Ladles' Social Session at the Elk Clubrooms In order to induce the Culture of Citrus Fruits in the Counties named, the

I l I General Commission. Bay street, on Thursday evening
iI I $ ,4 next, the 23rd inst. Vocal and Instrumental FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY COMPANYWill Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Nails
music will be In order, as well asa
',,1 1 a i} g g 1! itac'j supper "fit for the gods." A glorious BUI'lders' Hardware In fact, a. complete stock of everything i req
; time is in store for those who attend for the next Nine Months, make a. Reduction of in building a. house.: Estimates furnished j

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lady to the above auspicious event.
{ .1 329 & 331 Poydras St., Of Its Lands in above Counties I Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.
Warehouses at Eau Gallle and Java
Titusville |
l i NEW ORLEANS, Another Wedding In Titusville.Mr. .
OR UNTIL DECEMBER 13th, 1896.
4A" r8a LA. G. F. 'PADDISON,
Canal Hunk.Mturnpiilltnit. KB- For terms and Prices apply to FLORH
itEFE1tEN1!: j 1! Hunk.Ciiniinxrolnl Howard J. Dolson, superintendent I). C. SUTTON \V. R. MOSES. West Palm Beach, Fla. EAU GALLIE_ ,
P i : AK8I1U\OIl.| of Titusville Electrlo Light Works, W. C. VALENTINE; Fort Lauderdale,' Fla.
became a happy man the end of last F. S. MOUSE, Miami. FIl,. or to *
week, having been Joined In the holy
HOME GROWN."... bonds( of matrimony last Friday evening JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
The evept camp off at St. Gabriel's
iplscopifl church before a few friends of ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
h .1I4. 1
Pineapple Slips tile contracting pal'tle8rchdeacon B. r I
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it' Brown tying the nuptial knot which
made them man and wife. THE DECANTER. .
and Suckers. In the evening Craven's Indian River
land serenaded the happy couple, whore -
now located at the Indian River r'The Indian River.very attractive at thin point; uplenilld nshing etc. Th land U ""H
i Of the otel. Lesley & Benaker ilnptml! to pineapples and other Fruits l.and U situated at Ankona, Jiut north of the RH_
following Varieties Herman Grove. Tho J. St.A.& I. R. t'y runs through the property, making shipping fvuaeurpassed.
The newly-married pair have the best For particulars) ,address tie owner, ,

FOR SALE : wishes friends of for the a long ADVOCATE life of and health their, wealth many Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whiskies, ARTHUR D. PERKINS New Haven,.HOoooet

and prosperity. Bottled Beers Ales and Stont. -
i.' Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, : : .A. : ''TILING.
ED'2IJ:
I Are You InterestcI"IIIEllllrrT ? A First-class Line of Cigars. .** Billiard and Pool Tables. D.
: Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooth
,1 Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
Cayenne, Pernambuco, and FLA., April 8, 1800 orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & RENAKER, Florida: ,

:; Red Spanish. Editor, Advocate,' t Titusville, Florida. DEALER IN........
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Dear Sir:-Enclosed find payment for -- -,.
Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS, dvertlsoment for three weeks, but Wood and He

I:,. Florida Pineapple Company, >loaso omit third week, nil I have sold STEVENS BROS. & CO. c.-
the yacht. The answers to the ad. from
I" WEST PALM BKACII, FLA. all along wide our circulation.const show the ADVOCATK'Scry Coffins and CasI l

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\r tr Cliicliiimtus Farms.! Yours truly I'., J. KEVINS.: .:,.- -)0( STEVENS POTTERY, GA

\ Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department 1
Monday's Florida Citizen says : Writing tho ADVOCATE from Wave MANUFACTURERS OF'- del' the management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer,. uwH I
"Among the passengers( on the north- and, Mr. E. C. B. Tyndall says: "Please most Improved methods of embalming. All orders by mail or wire receive*
bound train yesterday evening was Chas. take out my ad. In your paper. I ,have Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware all I ttentlon- EDWARD STILING, ,
I 1[. Walton, editor and proprietor of the old my yacht Irene to Mr. T. A; Snideran Cocoa, Indian River Fit I
{ INDIAN KIVKR ADVOCATE, who In- ( ADVOCATK subscriber), of Cincinnati Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and _

, ;' in formed connection the Cltl/eu with tho correspondent tussah purchase that The, Ohio.ADVOCATE Is first-class; medium Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, 'Tops and Border Tile.. I -

t '1 .lands of 115,000 near Sebastian acres of, Indian swamp River and ,other the for advertising.The 8y Save your money by buying close at Home, nnd from clever men. Protect Yourselves from Firl

material for A. O. KusnoU's railroad from
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; I I the main line of the Florida East. Coast -
,. R'y to the center of the Cinclnnntus THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
I Farms, a distance of ten miles, has been Mr. Wm. M. Brown Informs us that Roofing Of all KindS) Steet, Iron, Metal Shlng1eJ
bought, and is now en route from Cincinnati : the bank at Miami will be open for busies Ready Rock, etc.; Steel Brick and Corrugate
to Sebastian. .* within the next ten days, or at any Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * Stamped Steel Ceilings, Corrugated Iron Siding;
"County Surveyor J. O. Files, of Orlando rate by the let of May. Work Is progressing Building Paper, etc.
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: Is now engaged at the Clnclnna- rapidly on the building to be THE KAKSAS
CITY METAL
tua Farms, platting the land and putting used for this Institution.Col. ROOFING & CORRUGATING CO.,,
I i in !grade stakes for the railroad. lie is JEROME
TWICIIELL t
assisted by \.. II. Lankester, formerly D. L. Gaulden makes a weekly 4J0 MaiaM Stree,
superintendent of the Baltimore & Ohio trip to his Cocoa law office. President & General Manager. KANSAS CITY, H
"i Southwestern IVy, who will superintendthe
construction of the Sebastian and -Capt. Roy JIcFadden, of )(Melbourne
Clnclnnatus railroad. Mr. Lankester I. anxious: to build a 130 ton light-draft

i enjoys the reputation of being one of hip for freight and passengers; to ply eOerr:: : E.::
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MiMO:
,. ( the best practical railroad men In this between St. Augustine and the Ba- : ,
country." lamas. Capt. McFadden is no new
The above information la correct, hav and at this business, and we wish him Dealer In-

log been received at the ADVOCATE: every success. .

I { office just after we had gone to press. -Dr. F. W. Craven expects to leave -
:Mr.Y. Russell of Clncln
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manager -
bore to-morrow morning in a sailboat,
natus Farms, will arrive in St. Augustine for the various points between Titusville FOR SALE BY ....
about next.
Monday Tuesday and Fort Pierce, In the Interests of his ito fypD
W. \V. Russell received one carload of
dentistry business. Those of our readers EDWARD STILING.
fencing wire at Sebastian this week. ....
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Indian River who desire work
This Is the of wire on any
largest consignment In this line, would do well to see Dr. eve bare oleo & *
l fence ever brought to Indian lltver. Craven when be visits tbelr locality The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer] stock of Garden a good Barrows J

Mr. R. F. Ilall will accompany the doctor suitable for Truck Gardeners and Orange Growers, 3-111. tread; A else larger
-The don't three this which will about
ADVOCATE cost In
you occupy Saddles
Plantation.10..
suitable for tread ,
cents per week, postage Included, when two weeks, looking after insurance busies Pineapple all mail orders Bridles. Wblpe. Bib, Curry-Combe. ete.eto_ Prompt attest taken by the ... COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. solicited Repairing of Harness and Guns our Specialty. youOrlUV'"
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