Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00063
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 29, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00063
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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OCAL tr JOB PRINTING at this office. Rend Tlito Column Carefully.: ALL: TTHK LATEST and most popular: A PKOMINEJJT LAUNCH MOltUAN-KUttttH..

NEWS, I song of the day, nt ChafTeo & Cam 1 AUTY.Thesp .

,Topics of General Interest.and -Several Items and communications Loo A i. Anvirs. Ten Cents Per Line. Per Aill o'clock
on Tuesday morning; at
Week on this (front) : p-Wiil our sulmvirlbers bOo good
are crowded out of this issue. the residence of the bride's
and comfortable grandparent,
enough to look at the MAn> '-an General Gossip In connection -Look out for a change; In the time pasted' upon their pap.nor wrapi' r.. If launohowneaL. and In charge' Capt. J. :Mrs. Albino Brady. on Main street,. Miss
Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, table of the East Coast Line, to-morrow HOT SODA at Chaffee & Co's.r the dnte is 180(1"( or nn iyoar IX Ellerson.' Ponce Park, arrived at Albino Eva: Kgger: and Mr. Frederick

na and Halifax River, Key West (Saturday). than that It la an Indication that you are tio TiltiiHVllla\ wharf na Monday evening joined Arthur In Morgan the both bonds of Titusville of were
an other Important Points alone tile A8tn.> advertising mediums, no indebted to us, and we should boo gladto with board holy matrimony.
-Traffic Manager .1. P. Hock with, of a jolly party on among Although! the guests were limited to Im-
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of the F. E C. Line, went to Miami yester paper on the East Coast can boat the nave you renew your'8 bllci Ip4Iun.! were i Metmta. T. Ewing Mlllnr, of Columbus inedlatik relatives and Intimate friends

tine Events from Various Parts day. ADVOCATH. Give us a trial advt.,. O.t'Jitnper; Owens,. New York ; J. B. only,thrso filled the drawing- room as
C World About People You Know and be convinced of the pink paper's Foraker, ]*. Cincinnati, 0. ; and 1>1'. F. wttu ,
? tss to the solemn taken and
A. J. Canova of Roekledgn -Mr. and Mrs. Brown, of N.e\\\'York, vows
People You Don't KnowPickedOur -Capt. worth. II. Ilouglitim,, Colunvbim, O. The A IvoCA.TM -
('tD'altNIlln the beautiful ritual
Society Editor and a large staff says he expects to spend the remainder stopping at the Royal FuJni. Mrs. service
: received a who" from the
ipondents scattered alone the of the season at Miami. ,Brown, Is a visitor of Coni mod re. F. D. arrival party .>f tile Episcopal church, Archdeacon B.
fumounulitf their expected anti
'Coast of Florida. IIEAnQuA runs: for Singer sowtagnrn: ; )flltrPI"Ve: are .sorry to loan*,that Mrs.,, r.: Brown tying the nuptial knot. The
., -The firm of Dickey & _Yates has chines. W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville. .Hucnes has beer quite HI forHome had a representative, there to, leoulvuihuim foeoratloiiN of lowers, palms vines and
.t been dissolved. Mr. Dickey will" probably the gentlemen were taking a other i .
were Irtllltle.lIyIIfrllftjtod
weeks; nast. She I*now mucto better I In evergreens very
Jl communications for this paper carry on the business himself.A : ortils ol a few days' duration nn Indian and in the subuud\ !light of the
\" Id be addressed "THK ADVOOATE, DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at health.Mr River, slanting the!>> principal towns alongIts Foccnoun In which two loving hearts

1 i ty-:' stereopticon lecture on Jerusalemwas the ADVOCATE office. William\ Bliss? Mm and Mrs. shores,. Halting and duck shouting, 1\14 were made to beat as ono, had a pretty
given at the Presbyterian church on Cha8. Bliss, Miss\ Leech innl. Buss ACe- opportunities< olTvrt-d. They wore In elTnat.

: Tuesday night.Archdeacon; SEND YOUR VEGETABLES .Bel; fruit Braw, a very jovial party who recently good spirits,. having caught over forty As soon an the oftlclatlng! / minister had

.I If you receive a sample copy ofVOOATE. B. F. Brown will hold to E. B, Williams & Co., wholesale passed through Tltiisvilla In Mr. Bltea'"" paunch of lino b_ on their way down taken his place on the north.side. \ of the
It Is an Intimation that divine service at St. Gabriel Episcopal' fruit and produce merchants, 6.1 South private car, hauo been Kioonding) sometime from runoo Park and 1\3 the party remained ruom..IIItIIlWII.t, little Misses| Laura. Penney -

uld give us pleasure to add yourKjto church on Sunday next, the :31st lost, at Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. See their at the llpyal Victoria ho.tel.. here over night at the Grand and'':Annie Swanson, clad In cherub-
s} our fast-Increasing list of subrs. II a. in. and 7 I p. m.Mrs. advt. on page 1 5. Nassau. In conversation with nn A ,vop: View hotel, tho ttIIh. unitev the {\personal like "lr MHes of pure white,, with Miss
It does not cost you three CATK reproHwntatlvo, Miss Leech Informed supervision of the genial proprietor, of IMUy. Brady, entered, and holding apart
M. S. Jones who hits been visitIng -
that to to thin. house were prepared In different
when us they expect go the long baud of white IIIIUn1'lbbotDl
I Included minpumloil
) per week (postage ) relatives at St. Lucie returned home ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, /
Tampa Jamaica: Trinidad and Youe- appetizing ways and greatly enjoyed.We .
the attended !Mr. P.
by the and it can be sent to /groom, by
year, on Tuesday, owing to the sickness 10 cents a yard, at zeula before tuturnlng: to Huston.ISiichlcU spent a very pleasant hour with the
_n arty part of the United States or / (1. Walton IIH best man,., and tbe bride
of her Wade. CUAFFEE & Co's
sun ,
In. our office, and they nppenrmt to
party .t1\-her Miss who
without extra w ulster Alln Egger,
I a expense Titusville }'II\.
be delighted with our nolleotlou of various -
=The Good Honda Convention will be gave her away foll..wlJllaoll..tuud. underthe /
Citrus Stock for SaJe.
t.50 per annum, in advance.'. held in Orlando on Tuesday); next, the Interesting. things.,: Early!: Tuesday I ,"( prettily ellecleil; The bride
1.00 six months, countries. 2nd of February, and we hope all those BARBER SHOP, at the Indian River morning/ the launch line wall east loose never looked' more charming In a smart
.oo per an. to foreign! who can possibly attend, will do so. hotel, Titusville, does llrst-cluss work.I 1.1,01)0) choicest budded citrus traeaund and the trim, little boat was hu.ulod for tailor-mado traveling, costume, likowlso

guarantee satisfaction to nil my CUll general line of nursery stock. Send for Kockledge, where another stop wan her slater In very becoming Attire, while
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_ om mod ore and :Mrs. F. D. Hughes -Mr. R. D. Jeffreys, R. N., harborMaster turners. II. S. MEADOW: propr. catalogue to John IK ))l'll'hVellt Palm made. The party, wont im fl11M )Kan' both wore lovely roses. 'The groom
of Nassau. Bahamas, passed I Beach Fhv.} attention paid to Gallic, stopping here again;" at the Indian'
illl stopping at the Royal Palm, .. \ wa alno In a traveling sult,aud appeared
I. through; Tltusvllle, Tuesday, en route toNew - -- Nassau shipments. River hotel from Wednesday night until at his IxtHt.

York, on a visit of a few weeks. Judge M. S. Jones has been spending hursdny morning on the return trip. The ceremony being concluded and
be Misses Mann, of Daytona, re- at this weok. Mr. J. B. Foraker, jr.. Is n son of Ex-
-Our old-time friend! Capt.Y'. B.Wntson a day or so Jupiter the oongratullons, which. were thickly,
home Tuesday after a few daysthell' How Mr. II. \(. Flakier Trent St.Joha.s .
Governor Forakor of Ohio, anti was a
_ returned to his home In Jacksonville -The steamer Delia commanded by .and heaitlly ahowerod upon the newly-
slater at Miami. ,
i /! delegate from his state to the National
on Wednesday, after a visit of Capt. Fromberger; ; has been on Nelson's County. ; woildetl couple having born made, those I
fr. and Mrs. W. S. Norwood were three weeks to Capt. E. E. Vaill at during. the pant week, undergoinga / Coast Dufunxo convention recently' hold attendance repaired to> another gullybuduukoil -
I. tine of
atTIIIl)1116 11M I' Hpuulm
i to Cocoa for a day or so this Miami. apartment, where a collation
thorough overhaul. ?tlr. Henry M. Flaglor/ Is again to the manhood as oun IHJ fount" any hOl'e, of a dainty and rrr.lierrhe, description was
-Mrs. Nellie R. Soundhelm, of New Among those whom we had the front In his nets of benollctenoy. Last and although only twenty-live years of served. In the afternoon on the 1:25: F.
Ir. Geo. F. Paddlson, Eau Gallie's York, returned to Hotel Royal Palm, pleasure of seeing In the ADVOCATE office week he paid' his (St. John's county) age/ weigh two hundred pound; bid E. U. train, Mr. and Mrs. Morgan took
(ir lumber merchant, spent a day I Miami, Monday, after a delightful tripto this week were: Mr. and Mrs. B. F. state and county taxes, amounting to hulght l 114 live\ foot, h.n Iuc-lies. Mr Fornker their departure for St. Augustine/ on
Palatka this week. I Nassau. Mrs. Soundheim will soon Ives, Mrs. Wilkinson and the :Misses $7,>'))03.M: several months ahead of time, Is a graduate: of Cornell University' their honeymoon, being accompanied a

t fsa| Leila Anthony returned to I visit Daytona. Wilkinson, of Philadelphia; Mrs. M. P. thus saving the above county from issuing and expect soon to !go to Washington short distance on the trip by Miss Aline

+Geor |lana on Monday, after a visit of -Mr. and 11011'11. Fred F. Taylor of Bobbins, Miss Eva Clapper, Titusville / script. This Is but ono instance of as private *rotary! to his father, who Egger and the groom's best man. After
1 days In town with her parents.r. Grand Rapids, Mich., are again snugly Messrs. J. B. Foraker, Jr., T. Ewing Mr. FlngUir's! many kindnesses since his wall a short lime ago clouted senator upending a few days" t'nJ"ylnthe/ sights
ensconced at Hotel Plaza, Rockledge, Miller, and F. II. Houghton, Columbus, name became'associated with tho East. from Ohio, bait will\ probably visit\ 1'alin of[ the Ancient VI tie, Mr Morgan and
E. J.. Brady came up from much to the pleasure of their many 0.; Jasper Owens, New York; J. B. Coast. Notwithstanding\ Flugler'a Beach, Mluml, KeyVfst end Tampa wife may go us far na Havnnnah/: Ga., ,
|I the first of the week, to attend friends.Mr.. Ellerson, Ponce Park; E. Clark and son, generosity, we have heard several before reluming! north.In and return to town next week They '
Worgan-Egger! wedding, the bride Tropic, and several others. people condemn Mr. Flaglor In no unmeasured Mr. Miller we found a very pleasant expect to make their residence at the
-Mr. Brady's niece. A. S. Ilalffh, of Cat Cay, Bahamas terms probably because he and wsll-infui'unud jentloman.\ Ha. has Indian River hotel at thla place. .
!' has been spending a week or two 'Canaveral Club 'was augmented by does not throw his dollars right Into 1't'tlr"lllIul''Hflll1y' from buslnesn flares, bride Is of Tltiisvlllo's "j
Bailey Robbing of Palatka, Is now The one brightest
on Biscayne Bay, In the neighborhood the arrival of Mr. G. G. Hammond last their pockets, and l thus save them the and Is now taking/ well-tmimul rest, and favorite Indies' with
at the East Coast Railway young very
[operator of Cocoanut Grove, where we had the Saturday' and on Monday by the pre- trouble of working for them. The ADVOCATE "pI'utHn11114/ winters In Klorlda.' Mr. other
of Mr. M. E. Hall who has been captivating manners many
Jlce of Mr. and Mra. Robt. C. Heaton,
(erred to Sebastian.r. pleasure of meeting him on Monday.The sence will the line no patience with such Miller was also an Oh loan delegate to harms, anil a host of friends on Indian
all of Boston. They enjoy
mentioned above.
the convention
article the cruise of the Gil grumblers. liver and elsewhere whoso unanimous
[ and Mra. B. F. hell and family, bert's- Bar Yacht on Club, and the receptionof pleasures of the ocean bench, fishing, ))1'. Houghton IM n jovial' gentleman, erdlor Is that In her the groom wins a
lladelphla who are wintering at shooting, etc., with the other members who I I.. well iiml favorably known on the
the members at Kobe Sound, by -M r. of the club for a while. Under ManagerGeo. Steamers to nun on the Indian Charming and l desirable helpmate. May
spending a few days East rind ho IM always n wel-
range, are Coast wry be and her
her the
T. A. Snider, of Cincinnati, was unavoidably joys as deep as ocean
will be
(Bon and Mra. G. S. Hardee, of W. 1Iiorton'84ble care, they 111 vcr. ooiuo vlHltor.' Tho Doctor upend the
crowded jut of thla Issue, but will time troubles (If any) as light as its foam.
certain of a good and enjoyable
ledge. bunt of the winter nt Daytona, -
part practicing
Tho U of the abstract-
be published In our next. groom; manager
while at Chester Slioals.Mr. .
Dame Rumor that two of the dentistry In which profession liu
Ir. Forrest Lake, one of the popu- says / lug department of the Roblitn & OralmrsjJo.
esldentsof Sanford 1, whose people' Writing\ us from Ottawa, Canada, Thomas Moore, managing: director Indian River Steamboat CO.'H gteanu'is stands among the foremost, Ills summer lu Tltiiavlllu which enviable' ponltlo
elected him mayor five times, was Mr. R. W. Baxter, president of the of the Bahamas. sisal: Pll\lltatlonl lui-'o been sold to Boston capitalists, who homo being In Columbus, O. lr U IIlIghton ho has hold l for some lime past Mr.
[ritiisvllle from Tuesday until People's Life Insurance Co., Rays: and editor and -prletor of Lund and will run them on Indian HI ver this 1It!"- acted as clcerono fur tho party. Morgan la hold In high, esteem by his
Enesday. 'Please find express money order for Water, London, England, passed throughhere son. We halve been told that blllit of M II'. Owens Is a prominent broker, of employers, and those who have had. the
$l.bO) in renewal of my subscription to Tuesday en route home from a sale have been filed In St. Augustine; New York, unit has been spending\ Ills pla[ ,auto of him acquaintance have found
__Ir. Jas. Andrews, of Eden, is now the interesting ADVOCATE, winding It visit of several weeks to the Baliama conveying the well known ttteainera St. winters at Pause l'lnk for several year him smart young man and ono of In-
father oft.ono of the finest little glrln"in even success." Islands, where ho owns a large body of Sebastian and St. AlIlulitlae-lIuw lying past at the (I'ark hotel. JIll I III a noted iegrlty. We believe hoII 111 prove him,

that section. Dr. O. P.'Platts was In -Prof. Chaa. B. Cory, of Boston has land and a sisal plantation on San Sal 10 the Elm Gallic River-from Mr. Robr. Isherinan, mid says that after samplingilmoHt self worthy In the honorable ranks of the
attendance" upon Mrs. Andrews, who, issued complimentary tickets to hotel vador. lie expects: to return to the B. Cable, of Jacksonville, to Joseph K. all of the Hulling/ wutois In the eneillots. :
Obi >er little daughter, Is doing well. guests at Palm Beach Tuesday and' Bahamas next December. Mr. !Moore Is !Moody, trustee. tale, ho pnicUlms) favor of the Ilall- Numerous elegant! / gift, spoke volumes dam J

'v", i Indian Orange-Growers' As- Friday afternoon. The collection in I a right jovial companion' and lie hah Mr. M. F. ))WYOI"K' line and commodious fIx, natal. Indian rivers and their trlbuurles to tho lugaril/ which Mr. and Mra. 1

;." lion, the oldest co-opeiative organ-: his museum Is entirely Floridian and an I made many friends on thta side of the launch, Silver King, of Rooklodgu, Including Mosquito Inlet. Morgan were held by their many frleuds. ''I
the east constthe parent of the unusually flue one. Ills latest book, water. will commence running !between Tltim- Capt. Ellvrson In whoso fine launch' whom we join III wishing that the )
Coo and vegetable-growers' assocl- entitled "Hunting and Fishing In Florida villo and Eau lallie on Monday" next, the trip was made, la also proprietor of newly-married pair may have their journey S
I connection between the J. T, the Park hotel at Ponce Park wliloh ,
making through this world over a pleasant
,, will hold its ninth annual meet- Is very descriptive and Interesting; Arbor Day.
City Point in July. and may be seen at the ADVOCATE office. & K. W. Hallway trains. The Tltimvlllo : hostelry ho conducts In n way that Is road, and that It be one of unalloyed ''I
brass band has been Invited to make a jxcollent-both as to onlslnu, rooms, etc. bliss and happiness.
fr. and Mrs. M. Sabel, with their -Peter Lang and wife, W. J. Karnes, Governor Bloxham bas issued a trip on the Silver King, Monday. The bUilt of flailing Is to be had at I'onoo The following were those who attended

Ion and nurse, who have been on a New York; W. It. R. Stanford, Chattanooga proclamation dedicating February 6th to 'ark, and no one knows better how to the wedding\ : Mrs. Albino Brady, Miss .
o Titusville, i'ort Pierce, Palm Tenn.; S. W. Hannah, L. F. the observance of Arbor Day, In accord- TlOTES. make a stay-be It long/ or short-more Mine Kgger, Mrs. It. J. Egger, Mr. Ad- .
j and Miami, returned to theirIn Yance, Tampa; J. Quigley W. F. Wells, ance with a regulation/ of the State Board 1IOTI2LWIIKIIB pleasant than Mr. Ellerson. He lit a liemar Brndy, !\II'. and Mra. F.. I* Bandy,
( Jacksonville, Wednesday, much Jacksonville, Fla.; T. Ewing Miller. Columbus of Education setting apart that date for most accommodating host In all suspects.. Mr and !Mrs L. A. Brady Mr and Mra.
d i with what they saw along the 0.; J. B. Foraker, Jr., Cincinnati holiday and the planting of trees on : to stop. See list of hotels on W. N. Hendiy, Miss Jose tpbane Brady,
Coast. O.; J. Owen, New York: ; J. R. school ground; or other appropriate our 7th p'age. Miss Daisy Brady, Rev and Mr A. I U.

Ellerson, I'once Park; Dr. F. II. Houghton places, accompanied with suitable exercises We have In Titusville two I)le Bator Matthew Quay and a party Columbus, 0.; Victor Allorge, lessons, or lectures. Intended to now open the MIsHos Annlo Swanson and Laura
fiends passed through here, Friday France; L. de Give (late consul from Belgium Interest and Instruct children In the care hotels-the Indian River and Grand We have received Intimation of the Penney, Sherwood Swanson Mr. and

flu the Senator's elegant private car ) and wife, were all recent arrivalsat and cultivation of trees. View. sudden doatli of Colonel Theo ar Schlie Mrs. Gen. M. Bobbin, Mrs. J.O. Walton.

Ick few, on weeks their hunting way to St. Lucie nnd, to the Grand View hotel, Tltusvlllo. eWe: are certainly getting the at Vlachang, Province of Hupoh, China, Cov. and 1l1r Sidney Wilbur, Dr. G. W.
a tourists on the East Coast of Florida, Holmes (City Point Mm. II. (0'. Brown
vise themselves. -Mr. 17. M. Flagler and a party of Soon Commence. 00 the 8th I list.
enjoying Work will
friends, among whom were Gen. J. M. I and It will pay you to give tire AUVOCATKan Col. Mchnell, brother-in-law of Mr Claude Walton and P. G. Walton. The

Ir. A. O. Gandy, a member of the Schofield, Col. and Mrs. Marcus P. Miller advt. Henry Machattie, of Hubs Sound, Indian AnvooATK: editor, Mr. Chaa. II. Walton

pf A. O. Gandy <& Co., commission Miss Miller, Adjutant and Mrs. J. V. Mr. W. W. Russol /general manager/ of and Mrs. Fred now River\ was for a number of years director* : and Mr. J. O. Walton, would have*
Mr. Sterry are
ants, Jacksonville, expects: to bed White, Mrs. E. M. Ashley, Capt. and the Sebastian and Clnclnnatua "'armll'Itallroad Polnclana In-chief of tbe school of artillery for accepted the invitation to be present
In the holy bonds of matrimony Is back this week located at Hotel having on this happy occasion, but that
Mrs. Thos. M. Woodruff; Col. II. S. expected the Palm Beach Inn. olllcers In the northern army,
[Ins Edith Ignatius Pacetti (formerly haloes, of Atlanta, Ga. ; Win. Fowle, from the north, where he has been fora moved under Viceroy( LI Hung Chang. Since" they were a day at
C. Augustine, but now of Jackson- Miss Fowle, London, Eng. ; and C. Trub- month buying material for three large; Hotel Plaza, Rockledge/ luul over 70 the conclusion of the peace between! Miami on the return journey of the re-

Ion Feb. 8th. We otter congratula- shaw, Derby, Eng., passed through here, dredges./ Work will probably be begun! /guests on Tuesday, 23 arriving on Mon China and Japan, the deceased Illlud a cent trlpof the Florldaeditors to Nassau
i in advance.r. Tuesday afternoon, on a special train, soon on the thirty miles of canals to day 'Mr. Peck says he la expecting similar appointment under the viceroyof New Providence 7 1

II. B. Thearle, of Chicago, was en route to Palm Beach and Miami. Mr. drain 115,000 acres of muck land In St. many more to come. the provinces of Ilupeh and Hunan.

wn a short while the end of last Flagler will remain at Palm Beach for Johns saw-grasn. Lakeside Inn, Palm Iloaoli, under( the By the "lvice of his brother-in-law, he The .Tui).ltcr- Juuo Canal. \

k, en route south, and gave us a call. the season while the balance of the management of Mr. John G. Holland, U. possessed considerable property at hobo -
Is superintending a tour of the fall party will probably return north to-day. A LIberal Donation. now open. This Is the hotel recently -ound, where be has a plantation of In conversation with Civil Engineer-
vlolinest Edward and and about thirty acres of pines, setout about O. Trevor Spencer, of the Kant CoastLine
Remenegi, -Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle, the owner of built by Mr. Arthur U. Jackson
He took a deep Interest C"nllland Transportation Co., on
dates for his Jit two years ago
paklng appearance
the old Fort Dallas and Its others.
BUB places along the East Coast. We property Mrs. E. M. Souvlelle, wife of Dr. Sour In this latter settlement, having decided, Tuesday, he I Informed us that, weather
i to learn from him that Titus- beautiful surroundings at Miami, is still vielle, an old friend of the ADVOCATE edItor The name of the Russell house Key upon retiring from active service, to permitting, the steamer Three Pxlends.
her This
ns sorry would not have the pleasure of Improving has of the place.most beautiful energetic lawnsIn of St. Nicholas, Jacksonville, purposes Wear, has been changed to> hotel\ Key reside permanently with his family on would this week tow the dredge; Bis-
this celebrated artist. lady one to make a most liberal donation of West. It opens tomorrow under the management this Florida property. oayne from Blscayne Bay to Jupiter to
Florida and she la itill extend-
ng South lands that she owns on the Indian River of Mr. Leon II. Cllley, of the lie leaves.a widow, daughter and son. commence work on the Japlter-Junw
,Mr. M. T. Jones, on of our valued ing It. A cursory glance around showed near Shiloh, as a site for the borne proposed Maplewood Cottage, N. II. The latter, Mr.' Georg Hchnell, Is at present canal. The dredge Blscayne will commence
Bribers from Lake Park, Ga., gave ns us that a variety of shrubs, plants and by the National Editorial Associa who on a visit to Hobo Hound. Mrs. catting\ south from Jupiter and
[pleasant call last Saturday. lie Is trees were being planted out, new walks tion. Mrs. Houvlelle owns a tract of Mr. Fred King, now acts as room formerly Schnell and daughter are at present In the Matanzaa north from Jua We understand
tiding a few days looking after his laid and a substantial stone wall erectedaroun.l 1,300 acres, and a portion of It Is said to clerk at Hotel Royal Polnclana the was Dresden tiaony. the work has been delayed by
well-known figure at Tampa
JBresta on Indian River which Include the property, upon which will be be high and rolling, and one of the highest a where he made friends Tbe deceased gentleman was In the the authorl ties holding the Three Friend
a little way out of town. mounted some of the old fort's cannon along the coast for miles Bay many life of habits Dauntless Mr. Geo. F. Miles tho
|orange grove; remembrance of the turbulent times points many by his never-failing\ attention and courtesy prime of active energetic an< as ,
a trees are coming out nicely, we were In which she will offer to donate as a site and temperament; and we believe that president, has been trying to charter
rmed, and In year or two's time during the Seminole war. Mrs. Tattle for the home. to the guests. In his very sudden and unexpected death either for some time past. It Is said
1 bear good crop of fruit. Mr. Jones raises nearly all her own plants In her General Superintendent C. It. Knott, Hobe Sound baa sustained a very serious the cut will take three months to finish

eves that Florida is especially adap- two large propagating bouses. We regret of the Florida East Coast Hotel System, and deplorable loss. as there Is considerable dredgingto
I to the culture of tobacco and sugar tile members of the Florida Press For Sale announces that the rate at the Hotel BIscayne be done and solid cut 700 feet long,

e, and will likely devote his attention Association did not have time to view I One Hundred and sixty acres of land, at Miami has been fixed at $0 and 00 feet wide at the top and 25: feet deep

hose two profitable products of the this historic place, which adjoins Hotel 2U miles from Cocoanut Drove containing upward per day. $4 and upward per Now Is Your Chance will have to be made.
I In a short while. Royal Palm. five-roomed house 3,000 fruit day will be the charge at the Hotel Key The barrier removed then boats of lilt?.

trees; 3)1 acres In grape fruit and citrus West. To buy doll and toys of all descriptions less than five feet draught can ply from
Bones Wanted. Building Ix>ta For Sale. trees 1,800 pineapple plants, 1,300 ofwhich cheap, for cash. Mrs. II. W. Bey., Ormond to ilia....

wlU soon be In bearing. Will sell Out of Bight nolds, Titusville, ha a few' left ovei,

_aye your bones and send them to the Lots 3, 8 and 11, block 10; lot 8, block cheap for cash. 93,000 on time. Only from Xmas to dispose, of, Lnoludlnn: ARE YOU SMOKING ODe of abase
cksonvilla Fertilizer Co., South Jack- 17, Titusville. require I73O cash; balance on time. Those ked boxes) of candy for the I bureaus, washing sets, pianos, books,I fine pipes from Chafleo A (:V" f

kvllle, Fla. Will pay cash for them. IL M. GBAJ JUSS, Orlando, Fla. W. S. THOMAS Miami, Fla. children at Chaflee Co'.. etc., etc. Great 1 ana't bey ? .

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The secret of a speedy cure sickness E4Mln. No C......... Florida East Coast Railway

.;A, IBICYCLIE (CABINET.* lies In selecting the proper remedy and "Yen," observed the footpad as h e I

I I Merit this 'dlfllculty to do unless 41lle is held up the living skeleton and the fa t; Time Table In Effect J.II. 10th. 180T.
A. :"n_ I have to t
by ..Woman..Nowadays thing U.tire, bad the liver been activelyat man, "in my business" gc =:::::

when .bicycles bale b*. work.sickness could not have come. through thick and thin. South Bound. North Bound.
talks" the It Is tb Always safe to take Simmons With a hoarse laugh he rang for a n I .
come.*, fntrinatc walne of Talks"Merit I f of Liver Regulator which keeps the liver ambulance and vanished in the sbad BT'TI0NB. 80. 81 28 _:wI1 78. _No.32 _30.. asLvJackxonv111e.

t ood'BaanapatUIA. : belongings the difficulty .disposing well regulated and all poison expelled own.-New York Press. .. 1000' I a I. ... Ly Miami ; .. .5a::: :: .. ;
town houses becomes quite ( i :::: ,
of (ithamin ( a the a ..". I .
from 11 4.tlso
v Merit .in medicine means the power to ssrionsmatter Jn die country.and the system.It Lv St.Auguatlnee; Il 0 a a.+ .. .. .... t: Ft Lauderdale. .608am./ :. 112,
Hood's Sanupaf Swifter Than Ballet. St ........ Lv Linton..... .... 11.11 a 01" TISt Y
I euro. possesses .... .. 1149 a.
suburbsithoy can easily be keptJIlI"omeC41Dvenieat looks the time tlastln tit . .. ..... Lv 'V Palm Beach 7fI\! a 01 VP
as though might soon Onr instantaneous pho .1203 a. .... ...
and curative and there Mr.Dry plate- LvE.lalatka. 01" LtAr
i unequalled power Bntwvhei .. .. .... ArltnPolnol'na: 1311 a ,
? abed or stable. ... ... 1228 p . .... .... /
when marriage license will be is absolutely perfect now. W .... .... Ae i'alm Hrh Inn 7M a OJ .
I fore it has tree merit. When you buy come no tography ...... 11 aO a ..... -
I the accommodation ia limited, .as in bullets in theft Lv I'alntka. .. .. .. ....... Lv Palm If'chlnn. 740 a 01" dog
\ I Hood's BanupuilU,and take it accordingto flats, the .que tlon..t. housing them considered good without return ticket are able to photograph Ar Lv San BnnMateoLvmnond.Mateo. .::: SlII 120a.p ..... .: :.:.;.:.; ... .... Lv itoy:.1 Pmn .7 : a m.. .".
." directions blood or Boston flight. + . .. .. .. Lv W Yalm Beach a m ...... .
: to purify .your mom trouble. they: are not. tidy for use tin the divorce court. ...... 1211 I' .. .. ,11211,
given ....
a Colonel) Doubtful Urn. you hav I .... 1 > .. ,. ..... ..'. ., I.vRlvl..ra. .. S04 a m (
7t i j HI! cureanyofthemanyblaoddlaeaaeeyouP addition" a lobby!:? and yet they.mlust Tran cl'lpt. in action Lvllayt..llaJo.Oranj/e./ I 1,11'I' .. .. .. ..,.. .... LvW.Jul'lter.... 8a8am ...... ... g M af
Lvtort .2
." : are morally certain to receive benefit. never tried a razor bock hog .. :. .. .... .. ; .... Lv Holle 8ou.d. 84J a m ? ... : p
I I'i I stand somewhere; sq, many people are Lv New SII1y raa. !lI.Ip I'ep'
.LvAII'Ia. ....... ... 900am.. .... .. :
have yonTruth.That .... 48U .. ....... .... .... .... P
i. ii'I'' The power too ure Is there. You are not reduced leaving them at one of the" Don't 'worry. Don't run In debt. Lv LvTltll Oak Rlll.vll1e. ..., 316 I'P ...... .. ..... Lv Stuart... .. ... 919.. 01 .. .... : : p
} t ''t $ trying an experiment. .11; will make, your wheeling clubs for want of a proper Don't tittle with your health. Don't Lvltyl'olllt. 114111'' .. .. "" . .... ... Lv Jensen. ... .... 1121 am .. .... ,!!
r': I III, blood rich and nourishing, and thus try expeiiments) with medicines. Don't Old Story. Lvoo.! ... .. .... .... 311II P .... .. .. ........ LvEdei. .. .. .. .... 932am ? .... : .13'P!
Jiotne. ...
pure at ,
place whose btle 4 JO.. ... .. .... .. .. .... l.vFort Pierce. IOO a In .... Tea
1 I';: I I t drive out the germs of disease,strengthen It Ja rather surprising: that onr Invent.ore waste time and money on worthless com "Did you read about that man Lv IGwkleiI 0 .... >In p .... . .,.. ,... I.v tit Lucie.. ... .. 1010 am..... "D Pl.vEau.alll

L I I'' j I : the nerves and build uptbewholuystem.f have,ncU; before this devised an in- pounds. .an't be persuaded to take a life was saved by a pie?" LvH..rno.. ........ 111II P .. . .. ". .".. ..... l.vlw.l..nd Lv ebastian. .... 1101 am .... ...... .
substitute fur Sar alariUa. It Is "No. mow it?" [ 1IIelbollrne. .... 6I( P ...... ..... .. ... lID a 11.1 .. .
:. J I rangement of: some sort for thoirveouVeuient Ayer'e was Itt'Melnlld..v .. 114"" P .. .... ..... .... ... LvMelbourne..... II >14 am... ...... .
the bestofibloodpuriners.The : little wife made it, .. 11111 .. ....
his dear Lv S..rllo. .
di Mure "Well .v8..blUltla.n.... 110 P .. .... ........ .... ..
po8aaud protection. set it in the window to cool, and a Lv t Lllf'le.' ... 6; O I'' .. . . . ".. rvauGallle..IIMam.. ..." : .
r I : Hood'sSarsaparilla over, a greater necessity for their concealment Medical LForEYlerce..94Np .. ,.., ........ 11110.. Lv Hookledge htl 12 all pin...... .. .
i : ) bus arisen sinoo the advent ot All hany County society tramp came along and stole it -Chi lvEcton .. .. ..., Till P ...... ........ 600.. LvGww, l.t...... 12M pm.
wants condemned criminals executed by cage Record. .... .... 720 P .. .... .... .... 6 III.. LTitylro. ... ( pm.
the bicycle thief. The pretended veude ...... .. .... ...... 124 pm.
Lv stnart...... .. .. 72R P 63. a
i ;111 gas. Of course this Is not intended to be Lv Allcl... . .... 74l I' ....... ...... 702a LIlO..kHlll. .. .. 2111 P mL .
Tele Hohe ound .. 802 I'' .... .. ........ .7 02 a Lv New Bmyrn. 2241' 01 ,
a X It WANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR LvW.JlIl'ltor.... 816 l' ...? ........ 83.1 a Lv Port Or..nge.. .. 24fJ pm. p
;! lathe beat,In fact-the One True Blood Purifier.rreparedonlybyC.l.Ilood&Oflu.Lowell.Masii.. graph.; VV to travel for responsible LvRlvlera.. .... .. 841 P .. .. .... ... aan a LVDaytona. .... 467 pin ttLv
women ..
I I' W Palm. Beech 860 I' ...... .... ....102 a Lv OrDnd '" '' 3 IMI! I' mAr
lI' II A glance at the naval budgets; of the established house in Florida. Salary:: Re y'1 Polncl'na 9001') ........... ... Ar Pan Mate" :::: 449: pm'
s inn .. .. Lv S Mateo 110111' mLvPabn :
'Hood's j I I : I : r nam or several powers shows unmistakable evidence $780 and expenses.Enclose selfaddressedstamped ArPam, Be'h n'oh l'n. 010 OOllp.I' ...; .. ..; ArPalntk.. ...,.... >11111' m
U. Reference. ?
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: Lv Roy Polnei'na. 916 I' ..... .... ... Lv p..latka. .. 1011 pm.;
I of a boll movement in the price of envelope. The National, Star Lv Weet F Beach. 9 26 p ... ..............11011 a Lv East 1'.latka.. .. 8 20 pm. gLvLlnton..100tp
.. .....,. > L Ha tlnt(1t 468pm f
Bldg. Chicago. .12 14
Detroit News. :Insurance ; P
f C and peace.- Lv Ft uudefflnle. 1061 I' ..... .. ..... .... 240 P Ar l'It.' AUJ\1I1tl'e.; 11211 I' m .... : {
H wrI Free Lvl..monClty..I1JI. : p ... ..... ...... .. l2IIp Lv St. AUjnMtlne. 686pm 7009 9 60aLvJenxen. ,
I AxMiami. ... ... 1140 P .. ... ... ?.. 496 P ArJackMonvllle. .. 6 >111pm SII\aIOU"a.\ .
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.1 Accepted MasonsIdl' Tralne3t,82Mand 78 between JackeoDVlIe :"71'
: A & W BRANCH !
\1 Daytona .v..." .v..... -...-.. ..".". and 8t. Augtetidally. .
I Trains 23 3'1 and 311. between Jaoksonvllle and
No 8 No.l STATIONS. No 2 No. St. Augustlee dally except Sunday

.. 23eili WOO;, L'V"N wSltiyrna Ar TItiP 6/0p Train 21M between Miami and Fort Pleree
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indian Titnsville 316p112en, a Lake Helen 121\01'\ 1101' dallyexceptMonlay.
t Idl', River i/ I Fla. Sale & Transfer Stables. 32411"11' tOe Lv O.'lre City 123111) II tap All other trains south of St. Augustine daily ttaa Y

'," Lodge, No. 00 t Livery 3 Sop.116ca Ar. ...!>. City..Juno. Lv..E L3 4fJp except snnllay.

t I Buffet parlor cars on trains 311 and 78 between -of I
I Jacksonville. and MI..ml.J. .
t I Hold Its meetlnirs the nnnaml and fourth Frl THE FINEST TURNOUTS AND CAREFUL DIUVEHS. F
j '. dAY of each luiintu, at the Court how -c---: J--
,y. l'' villa, at 7:3(1: ( p. m. etc. Horses boarded and a General Livery Business Trans D. RAHNER S. J. }FORD Ticket AI1'.nt.

4 I I I : A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master. CABINET FOR BICYCLE.of acted Hauling CbaiBe;Carting reasonable., All orders will receive prompt and careful attention. ABa't Gen'l P..BCnlrer Alrent. 226 W Hay Street

I I ; CJeo. W. Scobie, Senior:: Warden. all kinds of warps who used to at- Fifty miles of roods for driving and tiding.

M, I I I It. K. Hall, Junior Warden. tempt to gain entrance to our receptionrooms C. U. PELLICIER, Proprietor.Take .
B. K. Wilson, Treasure);
J. Mendel, Secretary. with an eye to silver\ and curios the Yellow Hack, Third Avenue.

?:. I't ',, M. 8. HnmH, Senior Deacon.J. now contents himself with the entrance The Tropical Trunk Line.

:' I I ; A. Happuiaette, Junior )eacon.V hall and the chance of slipping away

r : r A. A. Stewart, T. II. Sanders, stewards. with the valued and valuable bike;

k,,: I' i IJ. A. Geiger, Chaplain.A. so it behooves all worthy knights of the THE PAINT STORE. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway, |
'J 1 Froscher, Tyler. wheel-and dames as well-to guard
I I ", \ their beloved steed from ryes profane. JOSEPH H. DURKEE: Receiver.

;, OVER IN PAIKYXAND. And now an ingenious English woman .
I \ : has designed a cabinet for the bicycle Time Table In Effect Dee. 20. .00. -
:. ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS No. I o.IINo. 21. I'io.23' 1'0\1.3.1.: No 711. Nn' :aid!, :
':: I;; :j You've heard It told in legends old in the form of a hall tuble and hatstand. == I: r900 P '830aLv.JACKSONVILLE..Ar- 1lii "'Pi U4opm\ Iucal)

!! Of the beautiful fairy land; Thin cabinet can be made of any wood ...... Mixed 9 M P 111I7a. ... .. ..? .Orange; Park. .. ... .. .... 62am 0lipm Oliaed,
Il t' '' And would think It bold If toM and finished to suit any style or color. ,... 1110'V'y 046p 90>1 a .. ... .. .. .. .. .Poorla. ... ;.. .. .., .6 640am 004pinTuesdaa
;: .... and Fri .., .. ..Magnolia/ ... .. ... .. .. .... .. Thnrsdy
r 1 j I 'Tin near Itoclcled (e, .Just across thestrand The sunken panels are filled in with Tall Fe.pers. ..... .. ... .. .. 10161' 927a.; .....Green Cove Rprlngs...... ... 6011am 64Spm SSat:;

I 1 1I Japanese leather paper both in the .. .. .. .. .. ..Iketwlck, .. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
.... .... i0'3nn limp: IOOSe. .... .,... ..Palatka.-. ... .... ... 1I00a01 .Mpm aeipm111xa
'; I So by waves gently tossed doors and on end. side' of the mirror .. .. .... 1204a 10 >12& .. ..... ........Sat.llma.. ,. .. .... ... .. .28am 4201'01 220pm q''
back. All the ordinary requirements of .... .. Il llla 1210a 10iKia\; Pomona ... .. 414am"' .IT1om 166pm .
i 1. I In an almost fairy-like boat, Out; ldc Cold "Water Jz iltt. .. ... .. 12111p 12911a 1107a..CreecentCityJunction.. .. .... 3118am 103pm 10pm
'( 1 Our merry party hastened across. the entrance hall are supplied hut .... .. lOOp 1260a:. 1123a: ? ........ ....Seville... ........ ... 3a8am 3411pm 12klam
i! All Its fairies to note. naturally the interior required a good ........ 230p l30a II Ma ? ?.. ..DeLeon Sprlng. ..... .... lI/l.Aam/ 2111pm II loam
I l; eager I. E. BAIRD & CO. ........ 2118p 217a ..,. ........ ( .... ..... ...,. 24t1am 31111pm 1937am
l! land' deal of skillful arrangement to afford .. .... 400 I' 206512ita. .... ...... ..Beresford...... .. .. .... 2a0am\ SMpm 1908pm
I We truly found a fairy-like the greatest amount of accommodationwith .... .... 43op..128OuAr. Ar .. .... 2311pm....
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the trees .... .... .DeLaDd': {
With golden fruits bending 320p.,116mLv ( Lv. .. .... ... e312pm.... ,$(
J*.. I. .1 4 I Their leaves like emeralds shining grand, the least possible space. A bicycle, 1 02 West Day & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .. ...... .......;. .... .... t'J 1\11'\;, .Enter'rl..e ...... .. .. ..... ..... 1118am .. ?.
unfortunately, cannot be got into any .... .... ..... ... ... ..... 446pAr..TITISVILLE......... Lv tB10am.
\ : Gently caressed by the breezo. short of six feet in and and ... ..... .... .... .. .... ... .1'301. .. ........ ... ... ... .... ..
thing length requires Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes, Room Mouldings. .... .... .... .... tiiD
: birds the bowers . ... .. ... .... ..Sorrento........... ..... .... ...
( I Hut no sang among delicate maneuvering as regards .... .. .. ..... .... ... 3461' ..... .......lIIt. 1>ora....... ...... .. ... .. .>1l1am.
No fairies glinted along the way, height. .. ...... ... .... ... .. .. (If)1' Ar..J ..,..Tavares... ....... ..1.9.. : laaoaua.620p5800a ..
t t And I thought them hid amid the flowers, ........ .10OpAr...,.... ..Sanford... ...... ..,.Lv 188nm 11I9am steam
: Florida. The flap in the cabinet above the ........ ..... .. .........Altamonto Bprlnfls.; ... ...... ....
Blooming so sweet In opening doors in hinged to throw back NOW IS THE TIME *.; *. *. *. *i ...... ... ..... ...... .... ... ..... ..Winter .. .... ...... .... ..
l'I And I looked close on tide ........ .... .... 420a 2ISp .... ... ...... .Orlando.. ... ...... :. 120111'01 121111am ..... .
every so that the bicycle can RO in withoutany .... .... ........ ... ...KIKAlInmeo. .. ....... .. ..
Among the lovely crowned palms, alteration of the handle bars, which TO Place Your Orders for ...... .. ........ ............ .. Jo..Lv ..... )
If would ORANGE LEMON. &: GRAPE-Frult TreesThe .. ..... ... .. / .. ., .
ft, i Wishing only one glide ? 6/1Oa.22p ...., ...Lakeland ...... .. laoI'm! 10311am
I !II From Its bed 'mid the fragrant palms. will bo doubtless great recommendation ...... .. .. ..#. t114oa 44ap .. ... ....... Bartow....... ..... ... 705pm 10111 am .
I to many. Then the floor is fitted .... .... ...... It 6I l' Ar..J. Oorda..... .. .Lv.. .... tiloop m .
"' I i Then just as I thought to leave the spot, with and draws out Florida East Coast Railway makell'blg reductions in freight for 00 days. ?. ..... .. .. 'lima asspAr..t.Tampa. .... ...... .Lv 300pm 924am..
grooves altogether, Take of this orders with Geo. H. .. ... .. .. .... ...... .Tampa nay ]Hotel .. .. ...
'w1 : A sweet voice tume from overhead, to be used as a "home trainer" whilein advantage generosity by placing your Wright, .... .. .... ....1 !ano a 6231)Ar. .. .. ... Fort Tiompa. .... .. ...Lv 710pm + 845ain .. .'
tit! Saying-It is our fate and lotTo its in tho cabinet it Orlando, Fla., where you can get ...... .. .Monand ThursIOO"I'I.v., .. .. .. .portTAml'a..Ar 230pm Thurs.andSnn.
r,., t I : sleep In winter In quiet bed.t' proper place .... ... Tlles.'It; 'rll1ay.. 3 (elf'p Ar.... .. ... ,. ..Key West..... .. ...Lv 030 pm wed and SAt.
serves to keep the bicycle in position. i Strictly First-class Stock True to Name .. .. Wed and lat. 6 00.. Ar.. .. .. .Havan..? ". Lv 1230pm Wed. anti Bat.
I I Just come ngaln; wh.m110 awake There is plenty of room inside for all .

I I When beautiful spring bedecks our the bicycle belongings as well at the : and at Low Prices Dally t Daily except Sunday.
t' land. Trains 2\ and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.
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cleaning apparatus. a profossiona.
I And. flora will shake P'Weito for prices or call on Train 23, leaving. Oalnomllle
our queen' gently Jnr.kMonvUlollally at 8:00: a m., arrives at Hawthorne at II ::08,
i Her blight and magic WIIDd.t" cleaner is employed, everything is readyto I Ocala. 12:60 p, Lee. .burK 6:4B: Hrtu/knville -: -_0 p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8,.no s. m <
: I his hand while ha need not come GEO. II. WRIGIIT, Orlando, Fla. arrives at Oakland4:13: : a. m..,.., Lacr>... ,
: Come then and !see what we can do, into the house beyond the entrance hall. ni.. Q*. Petersburg; 11:15 p. ., dally except Sunday.W. .

1\\ When our brothers the bird .come B. COFFIN O. ACKERLY,
I The style of the cabinet can be altered General Superintendent. General Passenger/ Agent.r .

; I :' And Will all dance the fairies along in your!gold, track.and blue back; accordance to agree with bo insisted other furniture upon. if strict BRICK #! BRICK *! BRICK --- ---- --- -

.'I I Then said a voice from a tangle of The Well Pictured Hall. & '}

I' green "It in best not to flood one's home The florida Central peninsular Railroad :

I. I. By the beautiful Indian River's edge: with pictures. If the house can boast

I The sweetest fairy may be Keen of many rooms, Jet the mistress use a East '
I Coast Brick Co.
: '. Over the strand at the New Itockledgo.
\ moderate amount of painting or etchings Short Line between Florida and all Northern Points. ;Ii 4

i f. ; ''I And why do you mortals wander so in the rooms reserved or most frequented Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

t I I I If blind- by her guest. and allow the individual Jacksonville Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore '
i A fairy Is at your very door; Florida.Are .
member of the family freedom Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.
.. i He nibbles a cruet, but you never mind,

: .; I \ While you oat from a bountful store. suits to best adorn their their various private tastes.rooms Where as AN U FACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, :Xashvllle, Louisville, Cincinnati 'y

t 1 Turn back, you'll find I toll no myth the house is smaller and all rooms reaching points on ale East Coast. Will give very lowest prices. and Chicago. e i
t The fairy there Is waiting for you; Everett Birmingham Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock; Kansas City, St
alike frequented be careful of the dis J. S. SMITH Jr. Gen'I
( You may see hlm,-hls name is. Smith ,. Manager, Louis Chicago, Sioux City.
A little elf with eyes of blue. play. You do not want an art gallery, Jacksonville, Fla. River Junction Pennacola Mobile, :New Orleans, Texas, > exico, Californiand
I nor do you want a shop effect; therefore the Pacific Coast. Effective Nov 37, 181)6.
r I It may be wo are prone to seek confine your display to your library
Treasure afar. when near at hand SAW ANI) PLANING New York Express No. 38 leave Jaek.onATLaNr1 -
; and hall. We cannot iu a more cheer MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD, Love. 'v1l1e Through Piillmao
S:20: a. with /
I. t. The good, the true may even weep ful,way open our door of welcome to PHlatka.. Fla. :E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. "? e s..a-A n. Savanna. Columbia, Wa blngwn.
I' For the clasp of your loving/ hand. y a Baltimore, York anti all
our friends than on a well pictured as Dy s c,.. Eastern points. Connect. for Fernamlina.Arrives .

OKO. T. Oiurrix.Itockledgo :- well as well arranged hall. So thinksa WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY va, ? ,e,. e ia. Jacksonville 9:12 p. m.
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Jan. 17 'U7.Exposure .
.4 I : writer in The Decorator and Fur ,con New York Fat Mall No. 3O, leave<
nisher. Manufacturers of 4 t + .i Jacksonville p. m. daisy. for wine mirth-
: s axvAMNea. ern point. and. for Ifem..n. lna. Arrive Jak: ae
t to nlseuseI" ; ; Honvlllu o:00 a. iu.Anlievlllo f
1 Z :1
Fruit Cream of Former Day. V +
". To those old *;( Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. 0 0 v, Route. Through/ Pullman 8l6o'l"lt|
: Does not necessarily meAn tho contraction enough to remember the #. t F kq i ... Car service for Cincinnati. via. Savannah Columbia '
e fruit creams of former days there always e. J Asheville Hot Springs. Knoxvllle through
of disease, provided the system the (Celebrated, Mountain of North
is In vigorous condition, with the blood seems to be something lacking in A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles, '- r Carolina Arrive Cincinnati Country 7.11 a. tn. returning

pure and all the OI'gAnllln healthy action. the modern creams!, delicate though lath nnd pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress h. L'L ern, I ...r 0 arrives Jacksonville. o:00 a m

When in such a condition, contagion Is these may be. Tho ronson of this is that mouldings; of all CIfSONVILLE
patterns' a specialty. '
r readily resisted and the dUvase germs the gelatin, with which these' latter are 9t"Ma0 vJ+ eLawa,. Only Line Through the Beau ifni Hill

.. sari find no lodgment. Hood'sSarsaparilia almost always mixed to save the prolonged When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. .a. p Country of Bay.Mlilille Leave"Florida Jackson Fensiwoln*ills. )::111 *, .andKirambln !"

U the bunt medicine to build up the whipping destroys both the fresh eU bP a for Lake City, live Oak Madison a.onttcallo.0I '",
';1 i i system, because it makes". pure, rich flavor and the velvety) crispness obtainedby ------ ------- -- ---- ------- --- --- a Kira y, v w+ tw.r Tallaha. ....ee, River Junction} I'onsftcola, JlohiW.
blood!, and, blood Is the basis of p :New Orleans, and the southwest, Mexico
K; pure .
the if a. d .
simpler, more fatiguing process and the 1'nciflu Coatit. Carrie Bleeier
t' good health. In cold weather It Is especially of Y s d/ Co i ti Arrive Jacluonvllle. 7M: a. in.sue' .
\ whipping together the sweetened
) necessary tit keep up the health !! HARRY MASON CO. cy"
fruit Juice and the cream. The right : .W..., Wv Ha--
c t;{ tone, because the body Is subject to way ,.. 4 Leaves Jacknonvllle 0:.15 a, m. for Slarke
1st to obtain the fruit and. t ,. thorn Silver lamesvllle, Cedat.
i- r greater exposure and more liable to disease. juice sweeten '-. 8I'rlnjOcala./ :
f. .: Hood's Sarsaparilla l Is the safeguard it well. If this is omitted the cream at Key Wild-wood, Leesbure:, Tavares.. IMant Apin'l'City..' *'
Orlando Lacoochee bade City,
.' ;' "of health. will pretty certainly curdle. Next: stir II. MASON CO. Jobbers in Fine Imported I ,: Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:M p. m.

I it into sufficient cream for the juice to Map Of Ib. I n '

Farms large enough to raise food for the color and flavor. nicely, and then whip W Bay Street, rtORIDA CEN1RAh aw > w.u onvlll Cincinnati 6:43j and>. m.Florida Solid VetibuleTrain Limited Leave. J.ek Ileat '

convicts might bo operated with their lakorto consistency the whole together till cf the proper JACKSON VILLK. Liquors and Cigars, High PENINSULAR and R.R. \V.VWd t r a Atlanta.little over Chattanooga W hours to Connect Cincinnati for via Mahvuw.Ixjnisfille Mae0": .

which no one could leiaonably Conntctloni. >' Chicago and all point north $D"

object. RoadmaJtlng U the true solution I.,* y\ .,. west.KaaMM.
,.. Grade Whiskies Etc. rarr at ry06rD5. City Line No. 36. For Macon. At-
.f the convict problem. WilmingtonStar. cur. rreveai .
.., mete, lianas
.. ... HlnnlnKham/ Memphis. CI'Li
"Prof said _-. a w'-.., .. ..
ll801'. the fair loader of Through Pullman Sleeper without change .
I the reform hour to Kansas City The route I.I via )lACO 0
!. t I delegation to the reticent n>t.kle_ Atlanta Birmingham: Hotly 8prlngs.for MemphlB. Sprlo..old, and Kansas Cft- No 311 retorDarrty.s
Imported and nome tlc'
4. I J Nearly all women have good hair, neighborhood philosopher who was supposed Itnndlea-Amrstle \\'lactdX'l'r Belle and Rye....rrom $IJIO per gal Jackwnrllle 800 a m. "
;" I ; though many are gray, few are bald. to know everything "we're try. ,(UIHollaDll, Old Tom a..ple.h.. eto............ .. ."and....peach. .... .and honey..from.. ..... ...from 81.M'i.JIll per gal .belMdm8o. :\ .7.IV"J'lCk80I"iUefor Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, and Cum-
t: t I Hall's Hair Renewer restores the natural Ing to make this world better and have Rum ... .., ...... .. .. ... .. ...... .. .. ..... ... ......... .. .. ................ ...from'1.110 per per gal gal 4/pp.: m.-Local for Everett. Close eickeetoae
t r'' and thickens Wlnrnr' Catawba lilatel. Claret eco.. from .... . ..... .. .....t.oopergal ;ao P. MrLoal: for Tallahaaeee connection for Jlmnswlclt. Shortest and .
t color the ..
growth of the taken the liberty of seeking your advice Clarot-FinestBranl, .. ....., ..... .. ... .. .... .......... .....from .:J.: P. and intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 9:1* m.Tbr
f I Ir hair. What is the surest way to prevent Bottled Beer.. ... ................ ..... ........ ...... ...... ..........t........from 'l.JO per pet case do8. IAO'( :

I divorce in this country' D3Ml other Fin Brands at equally Low PrIces. vise w aa.
r: The national congress of mother will "Don't gel married. ". Jugs" and demljohnu will be packed In boxes, when so requested without extra 8'For Idacmt, Atlants from,two Train. Dally. Leave Jackvllle .::20 i a. m.and 6:.% p. o1.
Tampa far
Met, In Washington February. When And that delegation filed oat.-De- : cost Money refunded for "emptie" when returned. Express Company. will ullm. aJeepen on all Night Train li,.aidentown and Manatee River polnte.

'.I, I I'. may we look for.a national congress of fruit FTM 1're8& not take liquor C, O. D. Scud money.with order to save delay. and trouble.. $ '" Seed for Bat Indexed Township Map ot Florida to

if t lIIJotbe..ID-l..w2'-Yew. Send for Price List, or ea11 upon MASON A CO., N. 6. PENNINGTON
York Pre,. MiCDONF.LL
u :301, 307, SOD, 311, W. Bay at, (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. Traffic A. o.
Manager. Ag't
General Pasaenger

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': fessional Cnrds 1\\ ,

FRENCH FAS IONS. U.IIe14 n..9tftll. UO YOU
Eg:1 stains can bu tukeu.out of sllvoi NEED FRUnHREES?

:.:r. RORBI.VS. W.ALTBB S.GKAHAM. by subbing with a wet rag, dipped in Potatoes

Citrus: Trees retluct'C
,. Rt. } p icH.. Are
DRESSES. heavy meal should never be takouwhctiithe budded ground ,
Mt the I TI. 4-j.",ir-.>lil
,''ATTORNEYS-JLT-LAW body is greatly fatigued. The Florida Rough Lemon Mliwlut.. JKX) ol TRE'

digestive organs are as weary an Uu them are TnrdltT, i :HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., Drees Skirts Are :Loss Simple, helms
.. body'and are not ready tomudertake an Ruby, Tangerine,. Hi>nioxiiHmi, ,
and 2 to 4
; p. m. Turnips Lettuce Peas Beets
Trimmed .
With ,
Flounwe. Embroidered excess of work. iTilumph nnd Common (iruyu Fruit, :JiOo., ,

.VIH.K 108. Brevard C()., Florida. :Baads, Braid, Eta.-Trimming-Sleeves A.large onion peeled and cut across .each, ':!U.5! per 10O.lioone'g PLANT Onions, and all Vegetables remove -

toe In all the courts-ctate and fed Confined to the Upper nut. the top, then placed in a pail of water each, *40 per Eiuly 100.& Mott" BliH.il. :,()o. large quantities of Potash
.", ;;0.1 1. .
There is nothing strikingly novel in the center of a room with the door Satsuma. and
facilities for examining and perfect- M Manditrtn 40ts. cnoli. from the soil. SupplyPotash
,t tie... yet In the dresses, at least among those hut, will remove all smell of fresh> Lamb Orange, rIOt,. each.

so far made by the leading dressmakers.The paint in a very short time. Seed lOlls Grape Fruit. lilIo.I.cb, $4I. )

: RY-EDWES, general tendency is in.. the direction Fat which is to be kept should be ow< per 100. SYSTEM.Notice

1'I of less simple and less stiff skirts. up small and boiled in a saucepan ID Also all of the ,vaitetlos. of peaches .

I':A!:NOTARY PUBLIC, Sleeves are almost tight fitting, and only little water and never put into the oven South that are Florida known to section be best suited to this the'

'-TATE AT LARGE. assume Importance in the upper part by to melt. If it has to be done in the ov n, new Free Stone Orange including peach, that :; in liberal.'quantitles: by the use

writing, taxes paid for non- reason of the trimming. The princess! the door should be left open. originated In Orange cOIID ,."n,1 l Is the of fertilizers not

I i rents and accounts collected, style and the use of two skirts also the .Bread or potato should never bo put bent peach yet out for tlila's otion.JAMESMOTT. to containing

Correspondence solicited( adoption of small flounce, creunlatioua in the month at the same time as fish, Travelers. less than 10% actual Pot-
,. .
rllle, Florida. and bands ornamented with embroideryround ; especially by children, or it will be difficult ash. Better and profit-

the lower part of skirts, appearto to detect bones in the fish, and they ORLANDO NITKSERY Prop'r. If yow-contemplate-a more

TOR S. JONES, to predominate. Boleros continue to may be swallowed by mistake."I Winter Haven, Fin. trip to nny point able yields are sure to follow.All .

I" be fashionable. As to materials, cloths. Noctll,. East, West .r to any I<'lorldapoint.ftlr about Pouuh-lh. mulls of Its a.. by actual ...
f of light texture India andt tibet cashmeres reliable pe lmeot o. the' best (....... In the United Slal -4>
have taken Hood's Information, through told in a little, book which w* publl.h .and will gladly'
are to be chiefly worn, with for Sarsapaiklto for We Send> it Free rl\te8 and mail. IhM la any.farmer In America who will write for it.
rheumatism and the and most convenient schedules
VILLE. BREVARD CO., FLA for trimming. This Is the news from grip nervous GERMAN KALI WORKS.
debility, and It has benefited me a great write to the ,O Nuuu Sl"'.N.w York
Paris in the edi- undersigned who will
as reported European deal. I heartily ,
iity Judge of Brevard County. recommend IIOOd.1I11I1'RaplullJa. :: TOWeak-
tion of the New York Herald which "
Adeline MrLeod, Cedar niwwor all letters promptly, and give
gives illustrated descriptions of' the Keys, Florida. Hood's Pills are easy ID NATIONAL -
yew any Information.
lD. L.iDODSOX, modes seen in loading Paris houses. effect. Men necessary

An evering gown of white moire and Tho Routes offered vliw the Plant HomeSeekersREAL

DENTIST. brocade affords a model for full dress The most admired character In modern System the equipment and excellent

occasions. The skirt is round, touches novel has Young and Old.. ESTATE EXCHANGE.ExchanR'llI
no character at all. Beivlce are
? unsurpassed by line .
Office over postofllce.LI.E the ground and is tight in front and any

over the hips with three godets behind. The Rejoice With us in the Discovery.When Through Sleepers nro operated on all
reason why Ayer's Poctor-
.. FLORIDA. The body is low Decked and cut in the fnllR Cherry trains
more effective than other remedies ofthllllystl.m.: limmlng, Luxury
Property for Property uSpecialty.
cuirass form. It is trimmed theEVENING
over for colds and coughs In because it Is the a man has suffered for years Comlol tl\lul
GULDEN! i most skillful\ combination of anodyne with a weakness that blights his life and every Send Description of what

y and expectorants known to medical robs him of all that really makes life yon haves nnd what you want.

FI :.ITTORXET-AT-LAW, science. It is in every respect a scientific worth living If he can avail' himself of a
i' i medicine. complete cure, why not possess the It. L. TODD, ltf LAD \U, Ii.iJIau !Rlvor FLORIDA.

{di etlee In all the Courts of the State moral to his downward Dlv. Pass
F ,and the United States Courts.OX courage stop Agt., C, c. CARROLL,
Y Beware of Ointments for Catarrh course. (..i<7. II. HOWARD I
P 6TITUSYILLE, FLA. We will send you by mall, ABSOLUTELY City Puss. Agt. Real Estate Agent.,

i t Honey to Loan. 18 that contain Mercury FREE; In plnln package, the T I

All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S VITAL I

FREEMAN HALL, As mercury will surely destroy the RESTORATIVE TABUSTS. with a The Largest and Most Corn-
sense of smell and compltely derange the legal guarantee to permanently cure plot, Establishment South.
IATTORXEY-AT-LAW whole system when entering it through Lost Manhood,Self-AbuseSexual Wenk-

,. & INSURANCE AGENT. the mucous surfaces. Such articles ness, Varicocele, stops forever night
Kmtsslons and unnatural drains.. !Returns ;. .
yule Florida.) should never be lined except on prescriptions ,
B'entlDR all the. best from reputable physicians as the to former appearances emaciated ROYAL-TANSY
strong- ( fold organs/ : PILLS
damage they will do Is ten to the
lira nee Companies. In prepared y 'i No C. O. D. fraud '
good you can possibly derive from them. nor recipe decep l\IItWDIM'UVEItY.\ :
e lines to I 1'\
any amount, anywhere Hall'sCatarrh Cure manufactured tion. If we could not curt), We would A new,rollftliltt" | 1\
East Coast. by ,susly urrp shiIu., alt I
.nmnwl vkomwlvir
not send our medicine Free t<* try and '
F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains uonHturmtlrtO..Now UHO.!by over 50.ee.ladles
pay when satisfied. Write to-d.iy as lntfr ratiiirht. <.. I.
no mercury and Is taken ortfitn \
Internally acting ,
Nil: BAY DADE Oousrrv. this may not appear again.: S WHM. Of dngwu..In.tlu" {4".".
directly upon the blood and mucous ,'o..y par IK>X, "' 011 boaL b ,

EWAN, AND DINNER<< GOWNS. surfaces of the system. In buying Address: Western Medicine Company sealed, .In for plnln p.''"..lIh.wrappwr..,.. Kn1."Hunii l .u i itmp

U. S. (;\>:lDIISSIONER.otary shoulders with ribbon and flowers. The Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the s:'ffiBsaa; rsws: ;N'r.: t j.Iliii.l'fSold

| Public State at Large. genuine. It is taken Intel'nallyand In Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich.
sleeves consist of double of satin
strips made In Toledo J. I). Sci'oven
i Selected Ohio, by F. C. Cheney by only. 4,.
; Conveyances made. and lace.
& Co. Testimonials free.
ndence solicited. Address: A dinner dress is of mauve poult de Druggists, price 75c. bottle.WANTED _f.I
J View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, sole. The skirt is flat in front and tight WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR
Office, Ewan's Landing. to travel for responsible :
the hips the fullness being thrownat
over FAITHFUL MEN OR established house In Florida! Salary:: WINTEBSmiTH'SCHILL )
the back where it forms three round
IRGE w. ALLEN to travel for responsible 780 and expenses. Position : Manufacturers ofDoors
plaits. The close fitting bodice opens ins established house in Floitdo. Salary en t. Reference. Enclose lelf-a(r.el'lIIan-.

square in front, with two square lapels $780 and expenses. Position perman stamped envelope. The National, Star OB Bottl Sash Blinds
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, trimmed with lace and jet embroid ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed t Insuianco Bldg., Chicago. I I 80 Casts, ,

J* ery. The sleeves are long and drapedat stamped envelope. The National, Star inks TIIII

,e set, Florida. the top in the shape of a butterfly. In Insurance Bldg., Chicago. omit saidBvirfWhfN... scalding, and Building Material.

W ? practice in the United States the center of the wings is a bow of What do you need In the way of _

te Courts. Ojun05 black velvet. Below, from elbow to envolopes, note and letter heads bill *8 yearstends Office and Ware rooms( King, Opposite'

wrist and form Notice. heads statements tags, cards, etc ? they are quite tight a ,
We shall be glad to have a share of your ft alssQaarast.sA. TONIC
point over the arm. :
I IAlikar
,X ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, A dress made in one of the light In the Circuit Court In and for Brevard work. ; Charleston S. C.
|l A ATTORNEY: T-LA W woolen cloths has a round, plain skirt County Florida: I _IU V.lu._ '
that ia gathered round the waist, with -IN CIIANCKHV. -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Pets,i c... LHIIVIIII,IC,.,0111' 1I'Rta.
K80NVILLE AND TAVARES, Fl.A. godets forming the fullness behind. The Agur Wheeler, plaintiff, No. one, $.1; No. two, *10; No. three, $15 NEVER FAILS.m Sash Weights Cord and
\ continue V8. i ,
to practice in the courts Tltusvllle, Fla.
1 Seventh Judicial Circuit. Alls bodice is of silk gauffered. Over it is a Minor 8. Jones a* and In
short velvet: bolero, with lapels in front hid capacity an Admlnls- Hardware.
before the United States and tratnr with the will annex -- .:_L_
J> Circuit Courts will receive the and epaulets over the sleeves. The ed, of the estate of Charles J
pal attention of Mr. Alex St. sleeves are draped very high and.end in T Verbeke, deceased; and,
Minor H. Joints an anil In k HUHto foreclose Window and Fancy GlassA
the hand.
brams. points over Ills capacity... Trustee forMortgage. g J7LANTFRUITTREES
r Another dress in light cloth is trim- Charles T. Verheke dereosud SPECIALTY.
J. II. Terry and
med with mohair braid.
F. II. Clara Verbeke; !
IIOUGHTON, The skirt has 11 rows of this braid In and J. B. Terry anil Clara r

<; hoops, starting about half way down. Margaret, defendants.Verbeke Individually HIGHEST ROFIT AND PLEASURE 'I e Choice .1
: DENTIST. The body is gathered: at the waist and appearing by the afllilavlt of D. I.. Gaul- QUALITY W.n v. I Wines, Liquors
is slightly blouse shaped in front, but IT dan, attorney for complainant tiled In thin THE POMONA NURSERY'
that the defendant I Clara\ and Cigars
in the back. Down tho front Margaret
tight are : 1'
Verbeke, resides Mate
the of Florida. MACCLINNT "
lona, Florida. two wide plaits trimmed with mohair and without the United States, and that Ibo re LOWESTfjICES FLORIDA., (JUltrllllttJOIII'UI'O.

1 braid, with frogs from the neck to the Ides heat'' In and Kntclaiiil that there, at some Is no person plnce unknown In the State to af-of t 9. *Mitt will tell you whit to plant, and IpV. Sold at roil need
t waist. The in the center, 'lurlla the service FREIGHT HOW to punt IU We have e
opens whom of prices
corsage upon a nul>i wnu In stock a full line of needed In
,,,,', FRIES, C. E. showing a cream chemisette trimmed would bind the said Clam Margaret Verbeke, everything
derendantand that said Clura Margaret Ver" THE GARDEN ORCHARD. linixirlrilTokuy
COUNTY SURVEYOR. with ecru lace.Another beke Is over the age of twenty-one yearn. And pREAA10 Pae<1b.. Plum. P..... ... mmoiM. ..... Win*.
dross ia made with that the said J. B. Terry reHldes without the Kulbnrriee ..
pretty a Ornncea and an out I.. ..., from Itl ly.
state of Florida and his residence and iiiMtottloeaddress
skirt flat in front and at the sides, with IH .
I legally surveyed and sub-divided Hnuthold. state of New York and
three broad plaits at the back. The that there l II no person In the state of Florida O a f THE POMONA ///NURS.RY, John B. Togni
ng neatly, done. Estimates fords the service upon of a suhpoma would bind the w MnecUnny, Harld. ,
skirt Is trimmed round the bottom with said, defendant J. II. Terry and that saldj., .11.
of engineering works. Dis- orenulations inlaid with black ohantilly Terry Is over the age of twenty-one years J Metropolitan Sitloon, 12:1:!: East flay IKU,

lines insertion and lace. The body is gatheredand Its, Clara therefore Margaret ordered. that.the said defendant JACKSONVILLE, FLOltlDA.Wh..I..I. .
a specialty. Verlieke appear' at the ---- -- -- -- -- -- -- ----- ---- ------ -- r' --- --
forma a blouse in front, but Is tightin clerk's Florida office to at Tltiisvllle, Brevard county, .i"l K..t.ll......
IAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. the back. Over it is a short square said answer bill on, demur or before or plead the to the complalnant'a -
belero trimmed with chantilly lace. FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. P..1I1117. VISOROUsiWhat
IEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. The sleeves are quite small above the And It Is further ordered l that the said defendant Southern WEAK MEN MADE

elbow, and close fitting downward from at Tltnsvlllo, J. B. Terry, Ilrevard, do 1 appear county at, Florida the:: I dork's: answer ottloe' +

!AR & TAYLOR elbow to wrist. The upper part is covered dBiniir or plead to the oomplalnaiifs said bill on
with a flounce, open at the top and form. or before Rail\ w 1R >w
I I Successors to John McAllister.) ing a square, and trimmed with chantilly TilE 20TH DAY OF JANUARY, A. D. MOT.. __ ay.
n'U It '" further ordered that this notlne bepublished
tsian Well Contractors, insertion. Around this flounce is l In the I / INDIAN IIIVFK ADVIMIATIC, anewiptper ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. 1 'On. s ,nays /. oar. 17' QSY
I nubllHlied In said nounty. once each
week for eight consecutive weeks. PEPPER'S NERVIQORDH I !

EAU GALLIE FLA. Witness the lion Joh'h' Brooine. Judge, of It matt nu iirnlljr old quli klr. Ouren when SM
said, Court, at the Court-house at Tltimvllle, CB:10VOB PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM OAR3, DININO OARS, otliorit di I. Vounii men r .Bln I.1st., in nh Florida, this Uth day of ereiiiber. A. D. IHiw. .ii nnuvut jouuitai *lm>r. Ak* lut ljr lam era.t.edtoe.urelservn..ae..x.n.t -

A. A. BTRWAKT, Clerk. THOBOUOHTABK: COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS. In.pote..y. lorhtljr fmtlmm l.nmt VltMlltr.I'avtrr
GES & GODFREY (Uy C. It Ntewart.D. 0.) Itfcev ..*. r llln. M 5- rr. Wasting nlee.
Seal of Circuit ..... and all rf'rti if tlf alnut ur eme..wa eat
[ Court.) [OwMilSw .M n. Wands oltlniianlly 0,4 ecnsnnptiml.
/" Manufacturers of 'VEs'r.THREE let drs .Id i Impu l lnJUcr s a worlhl1as snh.ohte on
[ NORTH EAST AND ..' raids.Ifre.tnr priiau sane on hftr.
lug PRRF a'* MKHVIMOM. or for It.
Notice FLORIDA AND THE EAST. ('an b.creed In pet mmlict. 'wild d plain wrmp
low Pine Lumber Creditors. DAILY TRAINS pera e11>M box or a tar H, A P..Itlse
write./ienra.Ne tn Var* or Mcftond lfc.
New York and Florida Limited Mo phl.trme.,1pIdhf A Ngvl.t..Addre
\\/I I creditor of the estate of Gideon Colon- rjcr/KM allR1/1aAa.Aats'al 4 hlea.e, III.THAOB .
ROUGH DRESSED, TilE..lIn. late of Ilrevard l county ..""e..e..J. Washington and Southwestern Limited,
Hold J. B. Bcrevon only,
will take notice by ,
that the administrator of
re Box Heads, saM estate ban suggested the Insolvency tit thesame And the United States Fast MaiL ---
Fruit A Vegetable Crate.. ;
Wherefore said creditors and all persons ONLY 21 nouns JACKSONVILLE TO WASHINOTOU. /0 YIARR
liber delivered at of Indian River 111
part claims
any haying against said estate will be
required /.
of lading. Anyone contemplatlblinR to appear before me, on or before ONLY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO NEW YORK /KPIRIINC1
/ : on the Kant Count would do well to Pnllmnn Steeping C"r. sod Hotel Dill
|for prices. The Sawmill Is situated on the TilE FIRST DAY OF JUNE, 1897 oUd V.*Mbnld Trnlnnimmpoiml. of latest Itnprovwl Ittmuro.THE .
: K. W. Rj.,8 miles south of falatka. and file with me their said claims or payment tan Var.tgPhllwl.Iphl.tNewTotk.bdthe till..
well b. barre.l.

ma Illghts, ,Putnam co.,Fla. This 12th day of November'11100.M'l'IQR S..' CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

PARIS GOWJT8 AND HATS.another E. C. B. 'fy" ALL. County Jours Judge. 1.114 V..tibuled Tralae from Jk oo l5l.toClnoiorvn.Uyi" Rveretl. Allan to and Ohnttaoaof
smaller one, gathered and edged Administrator. novttito inyMJDrmtrUk
with black lace. The hat which completes MARK.
Land For Sale Cheap. the costume ia of black taffeta ONLY 25 HOURS JAOKaONVILLH TO LOUISVILLE. ouIoNaeCOPYRIGHTS
ave for sale 80 acres of pineapple and lace insertion, trimmed with a garland nil pulnia Mufta niui Wwt. Anrmw sending ikctnh and dMnrlptlna mar
of red roses and velvet. On the uaklr MHwrtaln. frwi,whether *n InTwtliui tm
I on St. LucIe river, a few miles be- SLEEPING OARS JACKSONVILLE TO ST. LOUIS. probablypa."t:lU.. Coaimunlmtlnn utrle0ramed.otaai.
left side high rosettes of black taffeta THROUGH forMMlunn patents
Eden 40 of which being northeaster are O ":
| Without change,vU .*..**.AtUutn, mlalhlllll and Dolly H|>rtn(.. In Anwrlc Ware a WM hlnrrtoo alDw.
of northeast quarter of section forming aigrets.Celerr Leading dealers Patents l.*..n .hru ownshlp 38, south of range 41 east; ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS.PoUana sal notion la MMSCIENTIFIC

\other 40 is the northeast quarter : and Potato Itmmh everywhere sellTERRY'S Car enancotfon .. Hollr ftprtnc* fnr Knnoui ping .tn*.... I/mil.aaRo AMERICAN,
of section 3 ROUTE-.TIUVU [southeast quarter ASHEVILLE m..trated. UnrMt 11I.11-'
kmattfaltr l
ship 38, south of range 41 east. To 3 cupfnla 'of cold boiled or baked SEE S Olnfllanntl. vU AilwvUl. tbr ra.u to* mar Mlwtlfto. month." journal*, np,w_iim.n.lrl ouplM....../dnl..WH< UAH I.MI.

lie above land can be bought for $10 potato chopped rather fine, add a cup "LAND OF THE SKY." ewes OH 1''&''.''''* Mint h_ Ail
[acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, ful of cooked celery, minced. Put into the loss of Isms.labor.sad eoaad MUNN A CO.,
nge, lemon or lime growing. shallow saucepan, with cream enoughto b)plante..deof.naao..gesiN .' The mmwlvl l : Tot ililJlltOr*-il i M to rat**. _adal_ n1n>tug Mr tHon.. ...., .pJllr" 381 Ur......". !!I... ..rll.
... 'IRIY'IIUIf'. .. ...01 1M oUTII._ RAI... >t..u..
for .11.-1. = .
Mil be sold In lots of 40 acre, moisten well, and salt to season. ..ashes. ._,d.a..e.-e. -
h. This land will soon be worth $SO .Heat to boiling, tossing and stirring so .Irwb.eltetw a-d......,_. L. L 8HH3f AH, Horld.: PM A.. .., III West Bay iltree$r J ok onrlU.. IU. 'W1Ie eecWog0 think'

acre. that the whole will be heated throughout D. M.D.trolt PIRRY. a M'o"co.. N. OULP. W A. TUR$ B. H. HAEDWIOI., Wanted-An t Idea of some.p.a::.tl

jLppty to C. IT. Walton, ADVOCATBB and serve hot. These direction.) are ..-aa. "-. ..... Ant ...... Cha. Pala A.... e." 1"1 weal's.F .
B; to Robbins & Graham. Tltustf. -I from Science In the Kitchen. WaabiAii a W.' ...Ia....... b.0. AusaSe. ... .. & IhymV'" -. e.aII"r'p5tiultrsstOtlW )

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I \ Mall, and Nassau having become a British bel' >Of tbe Press Association itsv... !

. -* INDIAN RIVER ..ADYOCATE.t. 4A.WSKKLY.JOOKNALDBVOTBOTO A TRIP TO NASSAU ,colony, the forts were again used In de Mlant: -a trip to Cocoanut from Grove the steamer a slier CRATES

fence against Spantalt. and ail other foes.In time after landing MX.MfccUciniiki .
i t. r 18uO; Nassau was ' ; t TUB DBVEL- by tire flktUthern blockade runners and a visit to Miami Falls For Best Crates at Lowest Prices, Write fj
INDIAM'MUVBR, LAM I1A1IAMASMIAMI. F.J&Ol\ taking up ,the best parteftlMsday
OPMBXT.Or TUB TO THIS: ; and wb u aU tliotte.Flwtlda editors theaftetmuon, CABBAGE
)r:, ._I'H aID DH AY7'
Iloune., and gave three cheers for trip Editor,,FeatherJcy joined the party-, ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,

fl. PCBEHUIEH. EVERY*T ID A.Y. Us Excellency, the ( ovei'nor, they may; and kindly explained the .poinwoCimteront LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES

: ; I I C \ A Few Notes by an "Advocate", have been JtinltVnR; of the past servicer.nderedtotheS.wthlby'Nassau. along the MUml: river.The.Naxeau to-the' Nails To
I I I' .. .. Fort Ouwrdian, referring Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate ,
: : H i' I I fi' ewAtI.'H.'WAfL, Edttrrr&Froprlenr.H ReporterVh<. Was 1".JteHeot. Charlotte stone; time was the prlnclp.il. visit nf the members of the Floi'Ida Press G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie pJi1

: ''I N,! structure for ,d ieolle. 'ItYcorn maude d AiMtooiittlon,,: ,.says : ,
toi'minaUou of the annual :meet meeting Mr.'
At the of
:MKMHKR' ,the main entrance to the karbor, but We Ihad/ the pleasure
i held
; I of the Florida Press AsHooUrtiwn of the
Ing the president
I T. 'T. Stockton, ,
Inel''IJ'1\1I I Imposing i i iiin a plat
THE FL'OItIDAlrRESS ASSOCIATION, at Green Cove :Springs the Brat of lunt f"uodatll.nK Floi Ida Tress AwMtclation, thin morriinf/:,
ila its -
'I'' ut lesort fw -BKIt-tteeiH.)
week ma >tof 'tfbe' members wnd IIevl'I'al members of ttlmt Your
y ofthe
'' I 11 .ATFII.KTKDWITK when of rucks tlie ladies puiwml through; Tltimvillo (( organization who were present at the
; National! MitorialAsswiatlon.Dltnnntimtnco'IIC they were joined ''hjf Mr. and.MrsJE.: B.ViiRer many secret' a Ipl1fW1"s.tell" ditMnal dungeon convention lately held In Green Cove
and Cht.ii. and very deqp, welts.Furl Hides Skins Etc
I .1 \ : and :Memo J. O. FUciiHtlo-which Judge James :Springs" Florida. The ladies and gentlemen Fruits Vegetables .
'VltltJ1.nt".ot&,) e to Miami and'TCuumii, connected, with (he nssocUtlKn. iw.d ,
ndvttt. ffnnKt 1>o made jus >I. llae kindly showed Uti over is a a
I h' New Providence: r which port 'many niulcominnndHaoiy forming: a portion of (he excursion pnrty To the Reliable firm of -
i i I $pI .many.4 tfttlnMrinVa' / or by writing. left Oil boanl the .steamer Monuwello, Miiiall arructuieof-stnne' and the brought. over from Miami by ho I City el fMenMeello t
tine view tlf Nassau bay
I Friday: morning nbm )::$ ft.rKvintf\ / at '* Like the otlier have visited daring the any GANDY & CO. ,,
t ,N t Han abcnttbetame. \ time noxtimorn- urioundiBg country. that. time would l A. O.
i II ,1.Ir..11 oumiwinlcatlon toNDMN'RiVER < toils\ U U .not used by the British guv- the phvcoH of Interest ,
j 1 lcljX. The Hip was a duliKVitftfl: "onetUroutfbont permit them to see, end all appear tube
I $ ADVOCATE, mail: ,** PrcHldewt ST. T. nment. orb delighted, wllli what bar Merchandise' Brokers
Foit Mnutague In n small, steno fort, very 'in
1 jll Stockton a.Mfll1f'6I.etary! T. J. Appleyaid We -
observulion. af
''TITe9rnLf.. FLOHIDA.Oneok :, which coramiinds the eastern eutiance come under their

11----1\ did after their the utmost manywaatsor.'ta entei thol
bad good time. Descriptions tn must.
evwryono attached to I the
:'j I ) ,eta., may to made purnAtlc to Cif A.HL.KII of the beauty/ of Clio! lialianm II.)an I J1. WAJiT' Nii>ul>II ii lnr and pmprlctortelegraphy by famous ,.a Limestone bill from a point near the HIM Important] cities, 10 Bridge Street; Jacksonville, Fla
have boon attempt< pans cannot
."n' : ; level to the fait, whore the excavation: impressed, their vihlt to Nassau &
I 1 and they araprobablysumewhatlemiliaifriars benefit to the Colony.We REKFUENCE8Slate: : Bank of Florida, linker & Holmes, Raymond Knight, Smitten 'Y
hlelwere Km without Hume
ends in along, steep tllfrht of steps, w Uiln etty.
'puintunna, .but neither jwu .nor extend to all a hl'II'tyoelcomo to. press Cumiiiiiiy' ,or any Hallway Agent
'II: visited by suave .our party
j : 'I MtC11U E bH been. so brush. can rfvu( an ailoqiiate" Idea of NaKsnl1 tlitsHt) ,pale moonlight; -ufler the dance at thtItoyal our shores, and we hope that their trip' | __._ on -

I. tiuitiiicw. 8,0110"words per "Isles of June. Tito voyage: tit |. Victoria. hotel. on Saturday night,, will be attended wllli many recollectionsof
perfected l'eRlly.const-'t.lltes a very del|; 't'IItI" p. the pleasure which! they nppear >o bedeilvlng
and strange
I ; minute can be transmitted with Experiencvr haw tmiKlit Mr. KUglei' bales our In conuectUwi party were with imiany Uiis ImrneiiMU.. from their walks uioiiiul our TXT. :B. DAWSOIT
the traveling ,
: end others who cater to
I many solid oIlOck to the '
one instrument. that delight k,.visit :cutting tlirougU, the city.Mr. '
people Times-Union
; public '" I T. T. Stockton, y
"'Qlleen'slitaia'cnae.' RetailLIQUOR );
and tlu<4 waathoe Wholesale
anything i" tirangeor new, several of our party Jacksonville, president of the Association. .
t On Saturday night
I 'I with i lie membern of the (Florida
t I I DBVISE healers re not!a rare aFt 'MO ..fUited. rii Press AdHoclation.! For tills i reason Chronicle
moving ,thing creates Hashes of Mr. T.J. Appleyanl, Gate City -
I one woiild think. School (i1 boys are it .iI.i certain that the route from Jli.unl. greenish light;, and where the splashes (Mitit'oid.. Hucretaiy of the Asso-. WINE & MERCHA N1
1 .will be used byunanytouitWita
I to the
red l of -mischief the ,of water make fiery waves and mystify clatinn.MOHKIS..
often ) by
I eu this winter. IWe have been tuh| the beholder. Manager. Henry W. C. II. Walton and J. O. Walton,

1 I 'laying on .of hands." thatduilng the montlw of January,:iFel1'iiary )- .Men 111, of the Royal Palm hotel, Miami, ADVOCATE Tltusvillo

i II Maiuli4indAnU| Grand Old Qc an also recent visitor! tu t this lake, Mr. Ellis U. Wager, Star, Tlliisville.Mr. .
wax a
I .between the .East Coast of Florida said which he said be wauld llko.t: buy. It. E. .MIllH, Champion, Aic.ulla.Mr. 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.|
A BILL has recently been intro- the li.ihainaii, la fast asleep; and on,this :The market mod many other places ofLnter L. L. Kamsay, Free Press, Mav\ >.

ducedjin th..senate., estublifctilng a, loocnnion It .came pretty near the tc..and truth,, <...t are worth .l"\Dltln\ aid aroundJsTflH8iu Mr. J.V.. White, Journal of Commerce Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Han
,i I 'or the On If HCroam paused gently but the ADVOCATEcannot: ., des- Jacksonville.Mr. ,
four-year term of olllce/ for poet- lrnnu stoim or unplelWlantnells marring crlhtllhem fully for cant of.space. O. C. Moore, Journal, Mailanna. ,1

I I" masters. It 4s doubtful whether it U.lIfH4e,4t1l1gbtLc.lll1landll it,lie charming: ocean trip.owned from by Miami Great to '.We might: here mention that Sir Wm. Mr. J. C. Trice, Tallaliassean, Talla- Mexican and Florida Cigars.

,'F. Smith, governor and com- liasxee.Mr. .
j I will pass, though, ns a fixed tenure !aritainI Riider-ln-chief Itaynes .of the Bahama Islands, Philip Ross, Tropical News, Fort FINE FANCY G-ROOERIE s'

1: of four years .compels the removal iiaxsac-wherewe.aarlved on halnr- wall p.vitioul.irly: couiteou and obliging Myers.
u iiiay'm.L'ming'last-is the.capital of New himself to Home Mr. O. J. Farmer, Times-Democrat, I handle no Compound Go
i.o .our party-putting WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. !
t 1 il.. of the ,post muster attheexpItatlori IPVrovldance, and Is.. Rurnounded by theten how Bionson.
and inconvenience to us
tuoublo Solicited.If .
f ::1 :J'' of the stated period. which alakOllltfreal! from flout Flowers and the many fruits, tlowenv, and vegetableawliieh Mr. 13. B. Tatum, Cotnier-Informant, .UJr Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade first-class referee,

Hiucldon.chanxenJn tempevttture. he Is growing/: on his grounds, and Bin'tow. you wish to open an account you must give city
J ( >( many .kluida me continually seen in taking great palnn to explain everything Gen. Chas Howard, Farm, Field and

\ (I 1'ARiniAN.' and doutbtlesa wither, t I.e gardens, ,amt Severn tables India with gieat minuteness The iaBcei8(! of Fireside Chicago, 111.\
I d (long,ruom .of > he.It,'YI Victoria hotel;. Phila-
'. ,\ bo6k.binders, are often in receiptof Her Majesty's cruiser Partridge were Mr..Jas. M. Rogers, Enquirer,
I .' ''i: 11\ em' }>r.fu ely .ducoratud with roHen.Ntuwau entertained the delphia, Pa.
orders to, insert fragment of also very obliging, and "
l '..161 an. Ideal winter.rexoit, wheat Mr. Julian HarrU, Constitution\ Atlanta -
members of the Florida Press Association -
human skin in book covers. The breezes New Fall Goods. C-/
the luvlgoratlij' ocenn temper ,.right royally; so also did Judge Jas. Gi.
I i akin of notorious criminals Is gen th o heat of the tropical nun, and where' M.IJtue: who took special pains In showing Mr. Geo. C.Woodruff, Enquiier Lltch-.
ale a theriiK>nieter>r!&agutt between 05) and
Hald. Ct. "
: I erully used for tobnoeo pouches be writer of this and everal others I
8:1:) de _-Houroely ever tvarylng five
and pocket books, and a police
t I ;" .of a paris paper still\ shows lien, -men tn entering 24 liouw.L'poo .'(..ho harbor of Nassau Honitt.of certainly the a editors model said of cleanliness It was the ;most and Miss Lotta Miller, Enquirer, Cincin An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept 11

i i II a cigarette case made of Proo.I above we ''observed the'many two 40ItLer large' houHoc.buildtrigs Ooe loomlnx wan. cleanand neat-looking jail they.had ever nati.Mis- Ruth Beall, Winchester, Ky. "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS H1 f J

I ?I; a zln\\'s skin. Governor" toU- Wm..lIlI.ynes.ISMllth'lI man- seen. The members of the Florida: liess Miss Annie Appleyurd, Sanford, Fla. '

: \ Hton;,, and die .other the Royal. Victoria Ass.'0iiitlon) are also Indebted J. McLain to United Mis. F. II. Uafer, Sub-Tropic, Green Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt
Consul Thos. Esq.,
: j'' ,. A BLACKBWJTii: ,do,.Itaneae has'bit!' hotel,.. built by the Drltlid) government andMi States A. Moseloy, f courtesies Cove Spilngs. CLOTHING, Etc. shipping. One can depend to get good value forl '.
II. B. Tatum Bartow.
nf 4123,000( I\nd.lllmDI\jttd Mrs. ,
at a :*>st
i't r I i upon a novel plan to induce !hi.! Mr. S..\ s. Morton, of New:Yod U ia avery extended.' l.Ho the members of the I 1\1 n. Ellis B. Wager, TJtusville. money. We Sell to Dealers only. :

t debtors to pay up. JLIe publishes a H slid etructui''",jbelng, built of native pleased were Mrs. Neva C. Child, Champion: Ar J
l in the lineal papers covering, llmoHtiine. ; ill fourstoieshigh and 200 Floi'Idih.Press Association with the 11'oat- cadia. Some "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHIV I ",/

\ card ground ln which they reside,, feet' In lentli. Covered, twvluonles surround aei'oasifrom maul they. !had Nassau received the, that following on ,the resolutions way Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-J

themselves l flee: first three storleH. 'jjie, rooms solute Call on or addl'essBENEDICT
requesting tblltt they present were drawn up Rod lecoatmended Bargains.
spaltluue, ., wlthJblgti ceilings, and are If need extra of the
aie copies
in the Nassau Guardian you .
his certain foe publication :
at shop on a
i' A large, IOg'jtla..oo.tbe diet POLLAK & CO.
very clu to. 'The (Florida" Pros. Association, on Its ADVOCATE, you can get them at the ,
1\ date, when refreshments( will\ be iloor pr ,"ldeH patrons with a wool and drug store of Dr. Screven, or at the
annual excursion (Ib07)( ), to their friends: '
of blyLlle the 32 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Ff
provided between .the 'hours ot one pleasant place ; news stand of Mrs. Eaton, Titusvllle.

: :' and six p. in., also amusements of tiining'ro''vra \.JSght! and rtlry. greeting"A tioatment: : of permanent .international -
Winter in :Nassau IjmpieHHoil us ntt
I j I various kind! On presentation like ,the balmy,air and .Arbitration between the Floi'Ida
Vummior W
I'I'IItISI1I111clalllln and the people of JAMES PRITCHARD President W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
; .
of the card cut from. the the url'ol\"dllls..Jillln our
paper ploiiHiint PIII't.y Nassau Is.hereby promulgated with the New York Dental ParlorsPermanently C. S. bcluijler, Cashier. |
r ., debtor takes uo-d ,the a amount of his with hap|>ine. and 1 .good sheet;; and following .pl'IIvIKlonsVhOI'UIII4 ;

I account, he is warmly welcomed nnuiv-e p relally the,tadifw-ua/jxj wll h"ouder "\ ; His Excellency, Sir Wm. F.
the delicate
nntl mpon
; ; 'I and admitted.\ ; tinting aef both town mid ocean. ay ties governor -
A dl'ive"uoll 1 'NKVHAU' showed UK and cO lIll.an II I .Ut8 of coral rixk has: received us with great Courtesy and
that the ltd sad p"i or
I I THAT train wreckers and train limuoione, and tin niivUnriiil used for pel'KoDllIy.uplnlned to us many detailsof (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida..1 .)

I robbers are murderers ut heart, it road making quariled a lew Inchei be- 'Interest about i.leutM.'omm.uider the island; and Van Ingm ,, Authorized capital $ iOOOI,

cannot be otherwise bun agreed l, low the BUI'fa>re. The toads are kept In Whereas, $25OC
Lieutenants Spencer and WebRwrIIn.II'IIYIlIIINt.er S Paid up capital,
I outer;. Itelug .as ,h.lid and AHHinootli ,
whether loss of life actually results perfect Located.Nearly .

Datliun, of U. M. S. Partridge '
Average deposits,
ftud al'e.exoollent.tor $150Ot
I I from their dastardly ns asphalt tendered the courtesies of the opposite State Hunk of Florida. .
'J, I opera and .!much used Cor that,, eddn. \- us t
Line__ __ or_ .not,_ "' and rrinilnuti who bicycling I i...... vC14Kulaud! ,extended us their must &:I'a- At No. 11 East Bay Street. .
dear ug exercIVs '''' Transacts General Butty
aa''' commit such outrages deserve togo were told that ftiumau'ajKipulat! clous hospitality: ; and ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. a
Alfred bill .
the allows. numbers about l'*, t to Souveiblng must
t .. accompliHbed wife and charming daughters Price will be a* Follow: Business. .
e l be done for the preservation of the ooltired. The wbituH -duHC,\n.diinUB. \ were .constant In their efforts to told .. ..".... .......... .SlftO&up I
of the English co'ohlt.-al'o \prosperous!, Other Fillings! .... .; ..... ... no! to l.OU
lives and property of the people ho pitallo and w'til educated, tile public make our stay as pleasant as possible; I'lutBK. ......,.... .... .. ........... 8IMtolO.IIO) Largest and Oldest Bank on the Hi! :
while on trains, and It is to be and private schoo'U" befog opiuvll months and, Full Sets (very best). .. .... ........ 12.00 to 10.00 4 4r ,
"Whereas lIon. T. J. McLain, United r t 4x gold all Connie
: Foreign
Exchange on
r. Smith Irregularities corrected.
In the Sir UaynoH
hoped that the bill\ before congrraa year ,
I States Consul, did take: us under his protecting -
around solicited.
and his stall, r"I'1Ie.Ht which frYour;: patronage \

train and the
making wrecking; : wing, whereby all of us were DIRECTORS I
sotlal life,rovolve aDd duo tills haiiu-;, P. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. I
holding.up of trains, for the ,purpose Ing circle many tonl'Lat.a-by tbeoOlIlI.tttllYof permitted to Jenve the. Island: without Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla. r JAS.PRI'ronARD,W.B.BARNSiTS1'rel lIe.J '
of the National Bank at Jack onv ) J
of robbery, a capital )1fenet!, the goueioor diawn. :Tennis, detention or ; DORKEK (Vlce-PreBiilent National J,: .

will pass by a large majority. golf cricket and oilier out-door games "Therefore tike diigh contracting ordain parties t !M Jacksonville), and W. M. BROW. ]M j
do .
to this Instrument that '
of cricket
CEO popular game In ''lliassl&ulnle being farm and after the ratification of these'I J. S. JOHNSON CO. CORRESPONDENTS. york
l played while we were Seaboard National Rank of New
ALTHOUGH 1896, was a leap year, teas, ituu'peons, rereptions, dinners\ presents there shall be perpetual peace -' r4..,. ',' 9'w4 .. ;., National'Bank of Jackiiorvllle. I I
and between the Bahamas and : : :
reports, show that fewer marriage balls and other pleasing aoelal .evenu' afford fraternity Manufacturer of ; '
the Press Association of Florida.
viWtitors rill the en>>yra nt to which .
licenses were issued in this country ."All differences shall be arbitrated by
they ore ncouutomod tu in the'UnitedHtaten. : ....Fishing Supplies....
I than in the preceding year. the president of ,the Press Association : -

I Here was a year wherein the new Fruit And flowera seemed to; .be verybundaot anditlio editor of the Nassau Guardian,

and many, now. tilings, OH well 1 and their derision shall be heal,
woman was given an opportunity 7
., "Ewery" newspaper .wan: of America
a* fruit and dowers, were beiux peddled -
to exorcise a prerogative which around by the oatlve colored people. shall visit Nassau once a year, If he gets *

I tradition had long ceded to her, Among< of tl u fruit we saw for sale chance and if not shall annually, on

I' and yet she failed to avail herself In the market may bo mentioned the or.angu the 24ti! day of January, drink health Cotton and Linen Netting Rope,

of the golden chance. It may be lemon, lime-fcmpefriilt, pineapple., to the Bahamas, her officials, editors, Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. ; Fishing
cocoarut: banana, lemon, 8ii|'odillii,.mango pretty omen and bright!; skies. Every Tackle of 'I Town Lots
that the ransomed and disenthralled 41tsxau-rositlent shall do the same every Description; Hooks, Now Sal

young woman deemed it guava, pawpaw, tamarind, plantain, custard, cunhivw apple, 11.111'41111'i star, ,"(FlniiUy, let peace and .concord reign Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc on i

beneath her dignity to assume the apple, bread fruit, ate ; altm many pretty I forever, over the sunny seas of the south tipTARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY. ,
vaiietics of llowcrs, rare oix'liid.n niul nil the lands. laved by Item; may the Baltimore Md. J
old-timo privilege, and if this be tropical ,
roses, and Mllex, for which a small price loft est patilotlsm inspire' the people of A. E. KINGSLEY General For
the she has i
case, eight years to repent wan a kod. both natiuas to the end that.the KnglUlispeaklng Agent :;
for her temerity, and the peoples be one in heart In behalf ,
We found several iit'nt.tnt places to ..J. II. MENSING..
3D weak-hhurtpil 'man' -- lust an Inner" to visit within a few ml1lod.f Nassau. The of the personal liberty and elevationof Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle

regret that some woman did not Sea Oardtmii were vl..lteby'\ many of our mankind; may the personal courtesies :
about, four miles the between the Individuals the..two countries Wholesale and Retail-
1.I party. They are up ,
the him
"pop question" to during '
continue to bind us closer together.
and In the bed of wide strait
bay: are a CHOICE
i!i 1 the year just j. ended.. where could be seen beautiful sea ferns "This I Initiative by the Florida Press COMMISSION MERCHANT BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

coral lowers ccat"I'cd lisle of .Association canRe of the unlimited ,
I ,
Tux town that various species, and many other InterestIng unexpected pleasure attending the In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selectee
: a good Dealer in
supports -) (-
visit to Nassau the of which
forms of marine life.fe made the i memory
i I. local paper ia the town that ia successful trip In a naphtha launch, and from that will never be effaced from the visitors Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

and growing, and nothing boat were transferred tu a row-boat who for two days.dwelt. In the Bahamas. Poultry, Eggs; : Butter, Fruit, Vegetables l\Iicuni' ,

2 can do more to keep up a town andhelp with a glass bottom, through which the "Given under our hand and seal this etc.and honest Consignments solicited. River and Bay Biscn.Uc
23th: of 1807 and of the Prompt returns guaranteed.
I The day January, Correspondence Solicited
business than the newspaper sea gardens were plainly see* Market quotations and stencils furnished from Actual Investors and Settlers.
Press Association of Florida the four -
ladies who made the trip-although they '
published within its limits. There received a good droucbiug from the teenth." on application. Main omce, Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIN\

1 is no safeguard like a newspaper, spray which dashed over the l.tumch T. T. STOCKTON, T.J. APPI.BYABD, 0 Newnan St., ,

and the one that keeps up with, enjoyed It very much, and these are President. Secretary. Phone 700. JACKSONVILLE FLA. -
and a little in advance, of thetown's some of the numerous little incidents Among those who added much to the ,
: that will be long remembered with much pleasure of the trip to Nassau were Reference: State Bank of Florida. TONIJ
is the that FLORIDA
( one pleasure. General Charles II. Howard, editor and CHILL AND FEVER .

j aid will live long and prosper. Nassau has a group of old forts, where proprietor of Farm, Field< and Fireside,

I I May it be so. We are doing our the guns are all dismantled and lying on Chicago; Mr.\ James M. ttogers, night "'W eiaatodA.. :J.IWa1:

level beet for Titusville, its surroundings the ground. In the foundation of old editor of the Inquirer, Philadelphia; Mr. Every Bottle Warranted to Cure Chills & Fner,
Case of
and Brevard in Fort Charlotte the Spaniards of many Julian Harris, night editor Constitution. In every section at once to sell staple any

''j I county years ago have left their dungeons, all Atlanta Ga.; Miss Lotta Millar, specialcorrespondent good dealers. ; no peddling; experience
general and have no doubt but of which were visited by torch-light by of the Enquirer, Cincinnati unnecessary; best side line. $7 .OO a Or Money Refunded. -

j that tile good old l&yIDg-"every- the members of the Florida, Press Aisolatlon. 0.; Miss Ruth of Winchester, month. Salary and expense or large

l j. thing cores to ,him who w.it.wm ."- We were told that these forts Ky., and Mr. Geo. Woodruff, Knqwfrer: comtnluioa tide. Address, with S cent H. R. THOMAS.

come to wJtb in due were built in the time when the bold Lftchfleld Conn., all of whom wereguests stamp for aeal4 particular,Clifton Soap DruggistJacksonville ,
I pan us pirates of the Spanish main held full of tb. Florida Free Association. sad Manufacturing Company, Cincin Chemist and

.course. of tjme.' .''''1. Britlah Tal0r caused their'' down- Very little Shoe was given the mem nati, Ohio. .. La Villa. Fla'


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B. Williams & Co. day this week. ASK the, rrcovvrtddvHprptlus blllom. G. G. SPRINGER
and Miami
Mr. Mrs. Schuyler, of 1 .W..rers, victims of
former residents of thin place are here, 'fever end ague, thee
the guests of F. M. Forest an3 daughter.A. dlsa yary
patient .
l how th
holesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.,,. S. Carroll, from Grant, was at his covere.lheelth fat spirits. and,chow: -- Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of

\ home here over Sunday ...peIH.lh..v WI[food
South Broad St. by taking hiM
65 ATLANTA GA. you
C. W. Bolton and wife were at Grant MON4 T.IVKK KKOU-
Sunday, guests of M.... liolton's relatives t loA TOR.
it1Ltl IDoiiioistio Fr1l.it ICE
rcign ; ). tltere. ANDDlst1.lled '
The Cheaprvt Parent. and Bent Family
Malabar has bananas World I _
ripe oranges, MoOlcine in the ,
EG BLEat FRUITS I'Jt lemons, guavas, strawberries and to- For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION l faun.
matoes. How is that for fruit In January dice.nihoimattackH. SICK lIltA UACH Colic,
Beans Oranges, Depression of Spirit, SOUK t>
iiflower. Bananas, f Heartburn etc. Thia unrwilled remedy i i. Water
warranted tu contain ainule particle or
not H
-Celery. Grape Fruit, C. F. Worm, of VIlklll'hwas in town MlKCLKV, or any mineral. lubxtunco, but U '

umbers atoes. r',' Limps Lemons, Saturday and :Sunday.J. PtJIU I.Y V1JGKTAI1MJ, Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
thoiio Southern Roots and herbs
B Mannrd, of Valknria, who spent containing ,
ts i. Cabbage, Peaches, which ..n all-wise. Providence has placed In '
last week here has returned to
ash, Pineapples, v' visiting countries where Liver Disouxes moat prevail FACTORIES.. .. ...
his home.Miss cauaed Derangement -
It will cure all Disease by
Potatoes, Striiwburiies, of the liver. and Dowel. and "T I'nlm Dcticli.
Plant, Grapes, : Mime returned Monday, from her Tho SYMPTOMS ot Liver. Complaint are a Cocoa cst
ara us. Cocouuuts.KKOK8 home ut Mims\ where she was called to bitter or bad taste In the mouth; Vain In KheumnllHiu his.

:-TlilM : / ..Hank, Atlanta,0".1) ) 06<1. K. Johnson Candy MfK., Atlanta, attend her father's funeral. We extendto Back, Sides; Sour or Joint Stomach,often mistaken Loss of1'1'111'1 for ; -- .. -.. .. -
our racking Co.,Atlanta, Ga.; Geo. M. Ta)lor, W. S. Duncan & Co., Atlanta) Ga. her our deepest sympathies in herOrl'OW Bowel alternately costive and lux; He"d"cII.i'
M1 : Los of Memory, with a painful ....
... .. having" failed to tin something which ought to SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
--- --- -- -- -- -- '--- -- ---- thick
have been done; Uchlllt>| Low !Splrlla
1 Row J. F. Longdon, an eloquent
1slightly but low. yellow um>eaiiiiu.o uC the Skin nod Eyes., a dry .
improved, very Christian minister of DoLaud, held re- Cough often mistaken fur Consumption.
John F. Smith has just finished paint. vival services hero every night last week. Sometime many o( these .)'IIIlI"lIIa] attend

j VA'r lag Ihe root's of Uoieldu Nil and cottages The meetings were very Interesting and tho i la iren'rnlly disuse, lit(lb other; of very the tow ilmeuso'| but the anllt MVKR not I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK of Strictly First-
at Sarno for Colonel A. Degruuw. well attended. There were five converts Resulated in time-, eat sHITerinc, wietchednehH
and three young men joined the church. unit DEAL win ensue.
Night: operator R. F. Hatch has boon Kev. Longdon baptized them in Turkey The following hiKhiy' esteemed Liver persons RegulatorGen. a6..tto class SEEDS in the State.*
.2AM the virtue of Simmons
relieved from thin otlice and sent to Or. Creek on Sunday afternoon at which a W. H. \unit, Pre. Ua. S. \V. R. K. Co.i! Rev.
DY mond. J. K. Thursby succeeds him here. great many people were prosent. After : J. R. ....l .
MesMrs. Randall, Jones and Gilbert, the baptizing they went to R. A. Couk- I Gss any.Cia..' Hon.|Alexander O. MasiemonKq.Mieriir II. Stephen,, .*. Uibb Co. before sent out.
wllo have been gppiidfng the past week ling's house, near by, and held a song I, "We have tested Its virtue., personally, ana L. CAMERON Seedsman

at. St. Li o e, with their dogs and guns service. Throbbing know that Hoadache for Dyspcpniu It ia the, best!
returned home on Wednesday. world ever. a"... We tried forty other remedie .
1 before Simmon*Liver kegnlutor.but none gave -
bNG POV It is rumored that two of the Indian Melbourne. u* more than temporary relief; but the KeKU-
River Steamboat. Co.'s steamer have Inter not only I relieved, but cured u ."-Ep,
been sold, and will be run on Indian TEUtOKAPli AND Miiasb.NOtH, Macon HV Ua.MANtlFACTIIKLI A Fertilizer for Fruit.
ONLY c.- .
HI ver. CJOCIDK nt for& .Ktiiii no illK.Landau-Rwil and Estate Liverpool. and Loans.Airt and. J. ". 2LILIN: A CO.. Philadelphia Pa.

Now, now, friend Ensey, go: not so lilolie and In.\ierlnl Fire Insiiranee.. 8101'11.1nt.wlltloll i

fast; just enquire among your neighbors/ ilontB.HOTEt. paid. to the Interests ot mm rosl- T= '-". -- -- "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer !
whether the beans were nipped or not. dulclo. Wo hope they are having a good ,

My information came from two of the time. : ?rio
'OWDERisolutely foremost and rAKIJCTON1, MKMIOURNK:, FI.A.- $2f i.OO :Jor Con.GUAIIANTEED .
growers, was reliable. llo.iutlfully Mltuiitoil, on a hitch bluff, ovor- Divine services Sunday last were well <
John B. Smith bookingtheDulian: lilvtir. Klrnl-clium aruommuUatioiiH Lowder otllclatlng. ANALYSIS :.
Pure. Captain of Tropic, wan attended, W. A.
,and ratim nuiHoimlile.F.
in town on Monday, having: recovered ItOlittltTHON rropriutor. Southern Moisture.------------------------------- ,8 to 10 IVr Cent. "
W. E. McGill route agent I
a'tflil for its (treat leavening strength sufficiently from his late severe illness to I Ammonia--------------------------------4I.' to II"I "
IthfiilnegH. Assures the food against Express compny.Vayel'uM: On., was
_I all forms. of adulteration common to be shout again, to the great: satisfaction hero this week. Phoxpliorlo Acid. .A to 6" ,
> brands. of his numerous filends. Captain and HOIlOe. on Fountain ltel !lit.. Melliuiirno I Is Potash (Actual). .(0 I to 8 "
New York. Mrs. Smith will the Mr Dings traveling auditor of tho V.
BAKING POWDER CO. spend summer on now open to the pulillo For terms nddrnwMRS. ,
this side of the river. It. W. GOU1JK.Mr. E. C. IVy, was here a few days ago, Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Scud Meal, IS'llr.itn of tiUlI.HlOUlI, Bono-
straightening out accounts. Dissolved Phosphate, Flno Ground" Tobacco Slpum and Siilpluitu of Potash.
Hotels and hotel boats should not ex- CeT Write for directions for II..IIIIm.1\ fmtlior purl iou lain; also ask for
Banyan. pect gratuitous mention In the ADVOCATE and Mrs. Chas Metcnlf stoppedover The schooner Two Bachelors laid over copy of "";m) oll1l1\1 FortllUing for Frujt." We curry a liug Mock of all Fulfill
when they pay not; a cent towardsthe one day: to visit with their mother, here three days last week, then proceeded nor Material, Cotton SemI Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash etc Vi Ito for prices buforo .1
support of a good paper that Is do- on their way to Palm Beach. northward.The buying. Wo sock the growers trade dh'oct.

family of Mr. S. Jones, of Tropic, Ing much to Induce touiists and settlersto Mr and Mrs. C. L. Merritt, of Middle- schooner J. F. 1\ passed hero, WILSON & TOOMER .
ileasant visitors In Banyan on come to Indian River Head the hotel another welcome ,
; Y.
town, N. are coupleto going south, Friday last.
_ ',last. ads. on the 7th page, and they will tell our pretty little town, to spend the The Fertilizer House of Florida .
you who helps to support the pink paper winter with us. Mr. S. KllcliiiiK ban In his yard a pot
vegetable growers are realizing of the East Coast rooster, cad, and, a pig, which play together Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k. .
68 for their beans at present, Mr. nnd Mrs. John Harden are again -the !Most trio you ever saw. '1
I hoped there will be no more Little Interest was taken In the public spending the winter here, lu that pretty With those and the horse, Fritz Light ,
ij the market this season. caucus held List Monday evening for Harden residence on the bluff. needn't apply to circus managers/ for a
t>> placing in nomination town officers, to
thing 'must' be wrong when he elected for the ensuing year. Capt. Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Woodruff and their position, as ho has circus of his own. S. Morsex

unsigned to a man in Banyan John Houston was named for mayor, charming daughter, :Miss: Maude, are Sir. Horace Jones hits resigned his -?(.
I'' In Cocoa ten days, and a not Meani-a. Treuller, Smith and Oleason for very nicely settled fur the winter In the position with the F. 1C. C. K'y, at; this .1
vlly loaded steamer going to and' aldermen, Geo. f4'. Paddlson for treasurer Carter cottage We are more than place, and Murray E. 111111, one of our
ecu every day l'mllh and assessor, A. A. Ford for marshal pleased to have this fine family with\ us property owners, has been placed In REAL ESTATE
and R. C. Creech visited and collector, A. J. Gilbert for town for the season. They prefer Melbourne charge/ Mr. Hull' formerly occupied n .,

tt1 and the beach last Sun- clerk. The election will be held the to Ohio. position the Tltusville station.
ocean second Tuesday in March MIAMI:: : :: : :Dado Oo.,. hLORIn11
iay hey report having seen some Mrs. Henry Whiting, of Melbourne Falling overboard seems to bo very

erymi cabbage and lettuce In the gar- The work of shelling: the streets goes Beach, WI1 pleasant visitor to our popular with some of Hilt fair onus. It
Iq o"John; Carson, in Atlantic. mcirllly\ on under the direction of Mr. town lust Friday Is not only the fair ones fl'OIllIur burg AGENT FOR LANDS OF --.- ---- __ '. ;

f Smith, of Grant, county com- William" Treutler, and is being rapidly R. W. Goode returned from Jacksonville that fall In, however, as we know of a .,;
er-elect in the fourth district, pushed to completion, much to the satisfaction I last week, where lie has been for certain young lady down tne river who Florida East Const Hallway Company, .;

pointing among his many friends of all concerned. A 12 foot roadway noaily) two months. Ho can now be has had an unexpected bath twice this Florida Coast Lino Canal it\! TraiiHpoitatlon Company,

cruaintances List week, In the In- will be shelled on each of the principal found at his real estate office, ready to winter. Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company\ '::1

f the well known commission streets; and where the abutting attend to his customers.Mr. .1. O. Fries, B. F. Ilardeoty and Stanley .,
bC Olivitt Bros., New York property owners will contribute to de- made preliminary survey of .. .... .-.
flaying the expense, the whole width of Wear, of Malabar, was In town Kltchlng found
I was a dance at the residence of the street will be shelled. It is understood last :Saturday, to iccelvo the insurance Now's Cut a few dnys ago, and distance

Mrs. H. I). Stewart's last Friday that some large,: property owners money due him for the loss of his house that from ocean to river WIR from shore The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. :
and that 70 yards
at which goodly number were have contiibnted nothing towards the which was burned about two weeks Ago. of Bfl4 feet,
Fifteen from Banyan, attended, cost of the work.Archdeacon He wan Insured In the .A tnlIt.. W, the water was tl lent deep,line rumnngnorthwest with/ ,

(log up in the yacht 1'erle. In com Gmxlo Is their agent here. to the channel Sebastian on a river. :33. JSTJI: :>HiO77 a-on'X: : a.na&or.
f her owner, Capt. Fred WLitiBahla B. F. Brown officiated at the mouth of the :St.. ,
| Pineda and Lotus were Divino services last Sunday his lecture Miss E. J. Leo, of Melbourne Beach, Prospective object-an inlet.Saturday (LATE CHAPMAN A KUOLOW.)
ell represented. Unsurpassed at the evening service being Interestingand has been a gnest'at the Curleton for several last mol'l'Yt'ty wended :
us furnished by Messrs. Luther Instructive. The Archdeacon, having ) ditys." < Her many friends in town their to the a(Sebastian river, west of South Jacksonville, Florida. '

It, C. A. :Smith and Geo. Collins. been furnished with an assistant anti were pleased to see her looking so well. here, way and spent the day strolling around MANUFACTURER OF --
will be enabled devote
to the first
p pronounced by many to be thence About twenty persons met at I the residence that beautiful spot near the county
of the season. third Sundays of each month to this of the Kev. W. C. Barnes last. Saturday bridge./ Among the party were Capt.S. ) FERTILIZERS For andVegetable's
parish, beginning with the ensuing Pineapples Oranges
1, month. It In hoped the communicants evening, for choir practice. U. Merrill, Fred While, Win. McCoy. ,
and Mllth Kltclilng, Ladyu _
i'If yon need any job printing, we of St. John's church will testify their A. J. Goodo left hero last week, to go Misses Amy -
I be pleased to !get a share of it. appreciation of these services by attend- as pilot on the Hunting hotel Rochester, Skipwith. Merrill, and took Mr. some and Mrs.good S.photos Kltclilng.Copt. of and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material

11.1. kfi ing themselves And urging others to do owned and operated by Capt. Bennett, ,

so. The committee having in charge of Eau Gallie. A jolly party of eight the party In different. positions.. .. Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also j
.; ,: { Roseland. the creating of a fund for the building ladies and gentlemen from Detroit, are -- ,

of a church edifice, repeat favorable pro on her this trip. TilE KOCKLEUOK STORE has the The FaD1o: EXard-T:1D1olE1:: : : band

showers gress.' Kev. Wm. Shaw, of Atlanta, will leave /IInest display of goods along the East Ammonia . .. . . ,4tonl'ercent j
treated to few and
lore on
a is so largo
but more rain is needed. here Saturday, very much to the regretof Coast. Our assortment supply with Available phos. Acid.------I II! to H per cunt J Par IfCift.OO Per Ton. 'Z
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fish- our people, who have enjoyed his varied, that wo need.can We make you a specialty 1'otnsli K 0---------------6 I to 7 portent } j.

Friday the train caught a young ing Tackle ever brought to Indian sermons for many evenings. We trust anything you yachting parties. Highest Commercial Value given! our brand In the lust llulh+lin. Write fur
ODging to D. Cain, jr., breaking) River at the Koekledge store. Do not he may, in the near future, return here of supplying/ Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upward for our brands will be delivered free .( all
| and cutting off part of one hoof. fail to call and examine this fine stock. again. PAXTON & HATCH, llocjcledgo.Fliio freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until

lire entertained of Its ultimate re- PAXTON HATCII, Ilockledge. Mrs. EUtabotli Watklnn and daughter,: further notice.buREN.

.bunts It Is being attended well. to, and at Miss Mary, of Atlanta, Gu., arrived here Yncht for Halo. .. -.. ... ---- ....-
was doing last week, and Intend to spend some

anderstand that Paul Vero. time at Fountain Heights, with Mrs. & FEASTER.
Kennedy; launch for sale, in perfect .....
Watkin's sister, \Mrs. J. !S.: Broomhead, Naphtha
ted not to wait for the ferryman,
of Atlanta. Mrs. Waikins spent a weekin order; nearly new; INN) {. long and Oft.
mpted day to run last the week.lighter A singleone north- IIOJIKT AND SWEET POTATOES Fon BALE. St. Augustine, and Is loud in her wide; fitted with a K -borso power engine GROCERIES, FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and
fc Englnu Co.,
of the Oas Power
as i blowing at the time and the Honey, 50cts. per !gal. B galL cans. praise of that city. York. Main cabin In Di ft. long/ ; Crockery Glass and Tlnwaru.

.oke, and he had hard work to Potatoes, $1. i landing against the wind, as the i Bunch or vlneloHs yams, for seed, by are down the river for a pleasure trip, and sleeping accommodation -
f tried to land at the bridge In- mail l.'c: lb., 21bs. for 25c: post paid on Capt. Hoot's yacht Kyle. electric for bells six., Every convenience and TITUHVILL.E, FLORIDA.: :'.
the county road. $1.00 per bush., f. o. b.; cash with _.
orders. John Powell, P. P. Powell, Jas. Powell fully equipped throughout. Speed, nine _. _d
about inlet I II be Geo. Powell Frank Powell and the miles hour. Cost '7aK: ; will sell
to ,
ear rumors an II. T. GIFFORD Vero Fla. per
apposite the Sebastian river ande Misses Ida Powell and M.tmle Irwin are for "i,., same will roateralize this time. away on n pleasure trip south, on the Add jess: NAPHTHA I.AU.1CH,

t in needed at this' point. We John Traynor was visiting his brother schooner J. F. P., of this city. Care of Tltusville ADVOCATE., Fla. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit j
9 fine fishing, and with an Inlet last week, at White City. Tom of West Melbourne
be unsurpassed. The scenery Buckingham, And Fond Products of all kinds. drain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed 1\16alOrouol. :
much-needed rains have at last brought to town some beautiful ripe
The : Food and Wheat. We the house Indian! River donilntf exclusively In
Copper liver Is unequaled on for are only on i
arrived. strawberries lust week. Ho Hold<< them [Send the ADVOCATK an order any
the above line of We invite and solicit
sal We can now show orange good your correspondence your patronage.
from :'M to SO cents quart. Mr. need.
per ]
that show no signs of the big Capt. White and son, of Bethel Creek Cunkling, of Tlllman, also brings up a job printing you Very truly, E. L. BRADY I & BKO., Tltusvlllo, Fla.

ind at Micco, a few miles north house of refuge, were visiting II. T. wagon load of strawberries, figs, bananas d' ___ __. __ ._ i
are pineapples looking as wellto Gifford one day this week.J. and vegetables twice each week to Never fail to rend our Inside pngos.

be seen anywhere. Push C. W. and W. B. Stout, of Asbury supply our people, so that every one can You will always find something to Interest THE DECANTER. '.i.iLosley
the inlet and this whole section
i Park, N. J., are expected here In a few have fresh fruits and vegetables on their you.MoNicr.
Grants Farm to the Narrows will
tly benefited thereby. days, to take charge of their place. tables here every day.

:Mlsslnga Helseth had the misfortune Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Dyrnond, Master We want money to loan on first & Benaker

to cut one foot quite badly, while playIng JAM. Dymond Misses E. I.. and I.ldU real astute mortgages./ Tun per cent ,
I Eau Gallie. with an axe, a few day ago. Dymond, Mrs. L. Hicks, Miss Mildred free of all expenses to lender. D. L.

Mr. and Mrs. Chase, son and daughter, Hicks and Mra. W. Kvanson, arrived Uaiilden, Tltusvtlle.r.tahll.he.l. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies, ,;
from Chicago last week, and Intend to -
of St. Lucie, were visiting in town last spend the winter with ua. This I Is their .-. Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. ,j
we know what makes A. A. Ford week. 1MM. -
I he is nine feet tall-It is a boy. second season In Melbourne. They sure A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
IT. T. Gifford has raised 40 bushels of ly know a good place to stop, and we all and hotel trade I is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall
Maud Taylor ia. spending a few vineleiis yams on li(<<1 square rod. of land extend a welcome to them, and hope L. BARBOT & CO. order Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEV & HEN AKEH,Tltunll1e, Fla. !!
ritb her parents. this season. some day soon to see a line Dymond .
house built that lot New
on pretty on
Ian River oysters are now at Commission.
fat and of fine flavor.I Haven avenue. General

was closed last week on account Malabar. en Real Estate /

I illness of the teacher. Sebastian.W. .
Rain gentle rain, on Monday and a 8 .! 8.
[Deckert, a naturalist, of Wanhing- ; WILL s. 'rIIOMASf: : ,
Tuesday. -a:
C. Is sojourning at the Taylor :3 C : c.s
II. Mook ..
representing Lippman
c::>> .:s .. Pot Co::) Florida
ceo E. B. Arnald shipped 500 fine budded Bros., druggists/ Savannah, ru here : Mimi,1Ldo. : : :: : Oo.. .

or Boeach having resigned his of- orange trees this week, from his nursery. this week\ lie told us he bad n.ws of en Dealer In choice land on Biscayne Bay; Residence properties and farm land

2apUln John Houston Is acting his late partner being drowned Ja trying 329" 33 Poydras St., at Miami, Bttena Vista and Coooanut Drove. Fine piece of 20 acres. Bay front

B ai>. shipped every day. They bring to reach South America by sebooa r.Hy ORLEANS. LA. property at Cocoanut Grove for f ,OOO; Hn resldenc si Cocoannt Grove, 5000.
good prices, and make glad the heart's NEW Lot at Cocoanut Grove from $100 upward. Eight acre of !land at Bolos Viet.
John Houston Is still confined to Coppertblte. Will McCoy, J. Addison ... ... rental it
of the gardnen.C. .II for' $2-J5.00.: Business block In Miami, lot 100x100{ with house bringing
"ft'7IU, attended by Dr. Brown and Capt. Merrill are off on another laLlitLNCit IdaMetropoUUMi ..*.11.
for .
lacunae for 1,000.
$7S monthly, ; paid ap OM year,
with Frank Uuatcr'
Ibouroe. At last report she WM W. Bolton was la Melbourne one deer hunt M AgeaoUe.


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I 'I Well Satisfied withAyer's PRICE.An .

lili "ftJa L..dl.g Ptiatur In Dcooratlm Wem-
\ : .A
{ Soft kid sandals will 'bo worn this
'. derfttlly Transform a Jfoaa*. the "In-
I I Get
Hair Vigor. winter with tea gowns and Grecian Opportunity
; The term fitments is most
oomprehonsiv& Advocate" and ,
evening toilets.In tune River t-- yW
.'I I including, as it does paneling y
Together F4'
f' archways overdoors, window Beats, "Nearly forty years ago after spite of hopes protests and sage the Florida Citizen

;" 1 : bookcases and cupboards in addition to some weeks of sickness my hair prognostications", the large hat survives at a Greatly Reduced .

f I fitted furniture for bedrooms, libraries turned gray. 1 began using Ayer's as a leading fall and winter model. Rate.

i ;"' i and rooms of every description. They Hair Vigor and was so well satis The dressiest capo models] accompany. -Is now one of the<

. I have become quite. leading feature in fied with the results that 1 have ing church and calling costumes are of The Florida Citizen in the United ,..
N -nodern decorations being used! with velvet lined with brocade ud most complete newspapers fON1F
1 never tried any other kind of dress richly States, outside of the great metropolitan
most of the prevailing styles, and by ing. It requires only] trimmed. centers. Its type are set entirely] by 7y

; i, I their kindly aid combined. with jndi- an occasional application Colored undressed kid slippers appearin machinery and its printing is done on clrr

II clone management an ugly square room | of many different shades. Consequently one of Hoe's large presses. Steam and h1 hP
I' I I maybe transformed! beyond recognition. there is little difficulty. in matching electric power both are used! and telegraph raT
All kinds] of wood are employed] for AYER'SHair them to various wires! are carried directly into the
I ilI :fitments-oak, mahogany walnut', pine gowns. office.. The best of material is employed] ;
Some of the black velvet of the
are amass most
in department yN -
and the modest bamboo-and each may Vigor to keep every
of chiffon lace and jet arabesques.The members of the force are old and experienced r
my hair of good Bilk The of the
corded capes with trimmings Journalists.! news
I color to remove of black and white lace and chiffon are world is obtained from the Associated

dandruff to heal garments of artistic beauty.An Press and that of the State from representatives
I I and the stationed in every important %
itching humors, prevent !
effective and
satisfactory .
town. The greatest care Is taken to ob (
hair from falling out. I never hesitate ,
for the to tedious
many women) tats correct reports and to avoid false
to recommend Ayer's medicinesto work of braiding is the applique sets in and sensational rumors. Particulars of ( ) '

I my friends."-Mrs.II.M.IIAJG T, silk cord passementerie, which have all low criminalities! and other matter unfit ,

d Avoca, Nebr. the stylish effect of Russian soutache for household reading are excluded. In

I Irl JJ I Ii work.Notwithstanding the of natty following politics the the paper principles Is soundly laid Democratic down by SAFETY! COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

to ]lend
7I Andrew Jackson and refusing
+ I and extremely smart walking jacketsand itself! to temporary crazes and schemesfor Finest CuUlne and service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.

j Ij I AYERSHair ; covert coats exhibited thin season private advantage. The Daily Citi- The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers'"CtonancliB"

a glance at the French models displayed zen Is believed to have a larger circulation "
FITMENT: FOR A DINING ROOM. reveals the fact that the ubiquitous lit than any other dally journal southof , "AlgonqnlH, "Iroqnols, "Cherokee, "Sf01191 10
.. j produce a good effect if, appropriately. tie shoulder cape is still very much the Atlanta and east of New Orleans. North-Bound.q
I : l applied. Oak and mahogany ]look: best fashion. The subscription price of the Weekly ?
sail to the
to according title. .
Steamers are appointed
Dr.J.O. ft Co.,I.ow.IIII,
Prepared by Ayer of the
and that
in dining room library or hall while Short very full ostrich tips are used Citizen ia $1 a year From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sunday. Tuesdays anti ThiirnKl, k
suitable for Dally Citizen $S. We will supply the From CHARLESTON, 8. C, Mondays, Wednesdays sell Jni o V1
walnut and
I painted pine are Taki Ayer'i Sampirllla for the Complixloa.' in profusion by Virot and\ other celebrated INDIAN KIVEB ADVOCATE and the Far hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dully lu,,,jjjfiy i

t' drawing room or bedroom. milliners, and the large ostrich Weekly Citizen together; for $2.00 or the South-Bound. [el
I Archways are a simple fitment used plumes with full drooping tips are arranged RIVER ADVOCATE and the Dally
I - -- Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 20, East River, New York,at 3 p. m., as foil? (j
always with Moorish decorations and with studied grace around the Citizen for fS.nO.< ) A specimen! copy of For CHARLESTON Monday, Wednesdays and trfrj
they are also a pretty addition when high crowns and bl'imeof the new large either the Daily or the Weekly Citizen For JACKSONVILLEFLA.callingItCharleston( ), Mondays, Wednesdays, andnyClyde's }

used between two rooms in place of corkscrew and whipcord in the finest of picture hats. can be obtained by sending a postal cardto
'folding doors and with the office of the Citizen Jacksonville,
nicely draped worsteds some of which are dull or In all the endless category of materials -

I I handsome! cnrtRiuA.I dead faced; undressed worsted twills there is! none so universally becom Florida. St. Johns River Line.
The overdoor is immenso 1mprovemeut .
an worsted broadcloths, dress 'vicunas vicuna
I, ing as velvet. Women who cannot wear
to dining room or hall, as it hopsaoks, tibets dress grauties (DK BARY LINE)
black fabric
other satisfactorily
.. any Have You Any Vegetables or
I j I j lends importance to the entrance and dress crapes, all of which are used for a choose black velvet without hesitation The Elegant Iron Sldewheel Steamer
renders the squareness of the opening suit although the trouserings Poultry For Sale ?
complete relieving it with jet fur or rich lace if CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.
less! noticeable." In the same way the heavier than
i are generally a trifle coat the complexion is florid or sallow. CAW. W. A. SHAW.
1 l window seat gives an air of comfort to and vest. White silk and marseilles New York Post.Dickens. Supt. C. B. Knott of the Florida East Is appointed to sail as follows t

: J I r :both sitting room and hull and no other ve lings are favored to such a degree Coast Hotel: System, requests! that truck Leaves Jacksonville,. 3::30 p ru, Sundays' Tuesdays and Fridays for I
I 1, fitment is so easy of construction. All that it has come to be considered old] and the X Ray. and poultry men along the East Coast Sanford. Knteilrrlse: and Intermediate Wednesdays, landing and on Saturdays the St.John for Jacksonville.River.
I Sanford 11.00. Mondays
Leaves m.
that is required is! to hove the swat nnffl- fogyish to wear the black waistcoat An amusing instance of anticipationof communicate with him during the season

eiently wide to form comfortable with evening dress! except on certain the penetrating character of the so stating; what they have for sale and
lounge aud the cushions well uphol occasions, when the white vest wouldbe oalled X rays according to an exchange quoting prices ns he has established a Read down ICe.d "I'

I stered. obviously out of order, according to has been discovered in a most unlikely purchasing; department for vegetables! Leave 8.80 p. m. .........................Ja'k.onvllle............. ............ Arrive 2i.,
the most universal fitment i. in Dickens' "Christmas poultry eggs etc. .. 8.46 p. m. ........ ...................1'alatka.... .................... ..... leave ,Ial I
Perhaps the New York Herald which reports place- e., II 8.00 a. tn ........... ... ........ .. Astor. .............. ... ........... 8. '1,
\ j has beau the so called "cozy corner" of the foregoing. Carol" It will be remembered that II 4.30 a. m. .........................St. ... II lap
which little is now heard. when the miser Scrooge sees the ghostof 5.30 a. m. ... ........ ........... Iteresford........... ............... II 12si/'
-Do you ever get chills and fever? II 6.00 a. m. ........ .................)lIue spring......................... :: li.a I
Fitted bookcases are both decorativeand his former partner Marley enteringthe It so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jack- Arrive 8.80 a. m ........ ....... ...........l'Ianford.' ........................... 05t,
useful, welcome and apropos in almost THE MISSING WORD. room Marley's body appears to be II 9.26 a. m. ............. .............Enterprise: ... ...................... II 071"
I __ sonville) Florida Chill & Fever Tonic. "... ,.. .. ...............Bo. Fla.Railroad Wharf (Sanford)..........................12S8. :
essential in I that
.I I any room and quite a : transparent, so Scrooge can see Guarantees to cure with one bottle.
j from floor Ho Wa Certain lie Knew It, but She him and discern
library. Some are fitted to clear through the two
Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonv
ceiling while others go only] half way Pooled Him. buttons on the back of his coat. It may

j forming a sort of dado and are finished "This" be presumed that Marley wore the old bitter
Why will you buy nauseatingtonics ;
with a shelf ]ledge, useful for the display The youth who heard her hung upon time blue coat with brass buttons'and when Grove's Tasteless! Chill J. A. LESLIE: ,Supt. Jso.L. HOWARD. Fla.Fr't Agt. F. M.IRONMONGER,JR.,Fla.I'm J

I of a few choice ornaments. Among her words with pager expectation. that flesh and blood became transparent! Tonic is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
other moat useful fitments are cupboards, ='te"- when metal buttons would not. It is Your druggist is! authorized to refund TBEO. G. EOGIVR T. M.. A. J Cots General Passenger; Agent(; M.H.CLYDE,A.Tl]

Sand these. again can be made of any He knew that, having. laid his all ather now in order for the Society of Psychical the money in every case where it falls to B BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.

I kind of wood and take up their position feet the whole happiness of his fa Research to try the X rays for the detection I cure. Price, 50 cents. 2:1-10-97: WM. P. CLYDE & CO.. General Agent.

t. I S in hall or bedroom. lure depended upou those words. of ghosts, but if they are successful S Bowling Gr.......New York. 19, So. Delaware Av.,IhlliuMtJ)

j Many. libraries are now furnished _'Ra"But they must give the credit to

: 1 with fitted furniture. The mantelpiece now anJ angry flash replaced] the Dickens.-Electrical Review. "X TANTED-FAITnFUL MEN OR
rl bookshelves, writing table and window anxiety in his face. lIe started to his \' V women to travel for responsible
''I seat are 10 arranged that a part of one feet. A..tlloJ..r Flea by John P. n.... established house In Florida. Salary MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

piece often goes to form part of the -Mfl.,- His most telling speeches were brief (780( and expenses.! Position permanent. .

next.: The same with bedrooms. The "Enough. and seemed to be inspired by the im- Reference. Enclose self-addressed Florida. New York,
stamped envelope. The National Star
I !' ,bed dressing tIIble.wa hstRnd. wardrobe It was the youth who pare vent to mediate occasion which called them Insurance Chicago. jan2,07! /_ "\ Philadelphia and Boston!

'" I;: and fireplace are all fitments designed his last exclamation, und) in no uncertain forth. In his defense of the rescuers of Bldg. Sailing from Brunswick G*.,_ direct to New YorlJ

;" i I:,' specially for the place they occupy. tone. the slave Shadrach he said: 4 PASSENGER SERVICE.

I i'i" Such arrangements make exceedingly "1 offered you my heart and hand "John Debree claims that he owns Samples! of "Palntoff" may be had oi1 Via Fernandlna F. C. & P. Rv. and Cumberland 1 iii .
I tasteful and elegant rooms economizing and all the rest he said "becaime I Shndraoh. Owns what? Owns a manl! at the ADVOCATE office, free of cbarge.'VHY .Lv St. Augustine; 0:60 p m; Lv Jacksonville 110(1( am.
N,. I space and suiting the furniture to its believed you were out of the ordinary Suppose gentlemen, John Debree should Snnday.FernandIna 1.30pm; ArBrunswloK" 5.80 p m. Dally eityi.

I I position in a way which could hardly uuaouventiouitl, unique. Bul; what you claim an exclusive right to the sunshine ViaAverett all rail F. C. &; P. Ry and So. Ry. Lv ,t.i(|

t I be dono with separate pieces. were about to say proves you to be of the moon or the tarll. Would ustlue 9.BO a in; Lv Jacksonville 4.0O p in for: Ar Krumnirk Tlmiie.I..
p m. Dally. Passengers allowed on board supper |
he; same size and make us all the rest yon sanction the claim by your verdict?

I PoInt. About Hailing;. "I don't know whore you smoke And yet, gentlemen] the stars shall fall RU98ER TAMPS TWHYNOT HAVE YOU PROPOSED SAILINGS I

Mrs. Ewing in her "Art of Cook. now" replied the beautiful girl] with From heaven the moon'shall grow old WORK DONE BY QUICKII.IL Lv.New Yorkrier21 E. R., 3::80..,. in, (Standard Time.) Lv.nrunirj,

cry" mentions some points about boil. cold calm dignity. "But yon seem to and decay the sun shall fail to give its LIf ll :I* CHCAPANOARELIABLItAI Friday, Jan.' IB.............................COLORADO.,...,.......,...,...,.. ...Frlilav.Ja
Friday, Jan. Vi................ ........RIO GRANDE...... .........., .,....,, Friday,b ,.to*
i ing that may not have suggested! themselves be out of gear. What do you imagine I light, the heavens shall]] be rolled together SRAi5 C FIRM. STEELDIES.WAX Friday Jan, 29............................COLORADO... .,.........,........."...'rldar.Fe 1
;, to all the housewives. When the was going to say?" as a scroll but the soul of the tMLd SEALS. BRASS CHECKS* Friday, Feb. 5..R10. GRANDE....,.........,.......... Friday s 8
I I Feb. 1:].......................... .. .,.. |
'l: i I i j' density water is iucrouHod! by the addition "Just exactly returned the youth despised and hunted Shadrach shall]] live ?I5iy TYPEWRITERS SUPPLIED Friday COLORADO..... .... ...... ... .. .rld.yEtI

of milt or sugar or some other with vibrant emphasis "what every on with the life of God himself. I won BIGGEST PLAN For general Information, steamers trains rates eta., apply toanv railroad/ airentorto \
STEEL psr,,,,,, A..HUItPHY. Agent! Fernandlnn, .'!a. eIlAS. DAVIES, Agent ZlO W. Bay St.Jiickwi'l
I : subxtuucoH, it retains bout longer and woman haN said in every comic weeklyin der if John Debree will claim that he H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent; Brunswick. Ga. '
'' t o requires n higher temperature to make every country under the sun. You owns him then. "-George W. Julian Gr.u..uytalt. re.awars. woaxa. IN THE SOUTH' C. II.MALLORYGeneral Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and jui: Broadway N.Y.

: it boil but on mountains or whore the were going to answer us Eve answered in Century..

pressure of the atmosphere is lessoned he: first words spoken by Adam under
t : I ic boils ot lower tem the influence of the You --- ---- ---------- -. ---- ---, *
I by any cannn! a ; apple. were
t perature. The thermometer shows that going to soy"- BRADLEY MUSIC COMPA

under ordinary conditions at the level His voice sank until it became a
J I of the sea water boils] at 313 degrees, hoarse whisper. ? (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) ,
I has reached the 'This is sudden. "
and that after it boiling so
t' I \ point and begins to escape in steam it l lt is The girl drew herself up to her full e Yen, why, do BlrycllHts Become Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchant! .,

t only. waste of fuel increase the heat height and ]looked down upon him. .
of the firs The water will evaporateor "Again must! remind she said
you 1 (
t ) pass oiT in steam more rapidly by the in the same chilling accents "that you I
I! addition of more heat, but it will grow are out of plumb. I had no intention of We purchased In January last the immense stoek of Pianos, clostaft siffnuslo
I and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell) !
Co. We are
no hotter and articles immersed! in it saying anything of the kind. I was/
''r p \ he: stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room fora.
I will cook no sooner by being rapidly] about to remark if you had not interrupted line of the celebrated Conover New England] Schubert and Klngsbury: F1We \ '

boiled. me, not that it was so sudden, have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more HIM
but"- ask for them :
t For Mew
I EveningDrew A gloam of hope came into his eyes tS [Conover, K, wal.....,..........,......,JUBO Haines Dr08.. tyle 8.mah.,..........".
I In evening dress fabrics finer softer its ". 'K..b...... ........... ........ 3'Jfl Schubert, II 16. ... ....
k and beautiful blacks are distinguishing now. He drew. shade nearer and held Jeb. ......,...,..... ... 2 ; t more his breath. }( .". II .,.",at.......,....,.....,..,.,, 300 Steinway eb .............
I features. Favorite materialsare New York EA''INGElltJlusiasts M, eb .................... .. 400 Everett eh... .......1tcCammon ....
twills, plain' sharp raised. dress "stupid. Evening K. wal. .. ... ..!!.. 323:. Klng8bnry. style B el,..."...........
I I JournaL .. style 28, wa1. ..,............., 300 II .. A ..b........ .....
I It ? 2-2, mah........... ........ 300 KnabeOrand .. ..........."
-- -- --- -- -- --- 7, wal ... ... ........ :875 eb.............'.
-- -- -- Stuyveesnt
I -- THEY note the quick response as the pedal U touched 7eb. ;.................. 2BO wat..... .... ..,..
lalnes! Bros., eeb...........,.. ....... 200 Ne"1& Evans .b..............
the smoothness of motion aa they glide along the 83..b.h......... .. .......... its Jas. 31. Star. eb..................,,".
: : STAND perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest ................... I9o Morri .
: p p strains, and then discover why we ask them to Some of these! pianos! have been rented, but we have had them re-polished .-

\ I I I, SEE THAT CURVE 1 put i In thorough; order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory mome!
t I 0 a No Swaying Frames.No funded. We furnish' a stool, scarf! instruction book and delivered f. o. b.J J.tlionvllle

k SfGY0u Binding of Bearings. ; cash or installment.! Sheet music at half price. Write us.! [;ie.
Art Catalogue "ota. In Stamps. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY,

,).J I d / CICAI KEATING WHEEL CO., Middletown, Ct. 24 E Forsvth street Jacksonville, Fit '
i -
: II. i F. AV. I1EER3 Agent St. Augustine, Fla.

i .. o =: : AS. :SI: : oo3LJ.ca.d03
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; J 1 1\I\ BICYCLES.Best line in the State. Fine: 'Wines: and :

ii I KVhA 417 A 419 W. Bay St.,
1m \ )

You will find rk .,
oDe coupon RICH WtXES create good
LUTHT 15000.. $
ffa ? I Inside each two ounce bag thy blood. Don't make the rsl.n'L(7Cjrspt. ,
j ___ __ buying sour poor wine lleraw
I 'R and two coupon Inside each FOWLER, $100, .7 .00. -nr-= ( cheap. It Is not. It has agreeable n"kyM ..
I t I il ll fourouQcebagofBlackwell'* I D effect opon the systera-'

I I I NOTHING Durham. Buy a bag of tnUrelebrated CLEVELAND $100, .8 .00. -- (scud five*wine yRationed 011 I.that really pulled-tugeUi"not erpeu.irt" ,

I j / i l tobacco and read feeling. Sorth

r'I I I I I BUTTHEGENUINE I I the coupon-which give a WESTFIELD, '7 .00. $00.00. L : llna rr-Mountain We make Dew loanywhlsaey.'

P lint of valuable present*and year old,JU: JO per ga '"1i.Parties v.,
I 1:' ''l)' bow to get them. .---. -- .... .r.. .... ,". ...." living In I>1'1..Tom we esa
well to order from us *
I I i them(00 cent on all order
,' per
1 A ,.. WC!- 'Always lend money acCeCau
LACKWELSDpRA { "' will not open new : 'b
t d i / 'J .ultableJacuonYiliere e''
; '. Jacksonville, Fla. /' J'1"I'' \t. ..\\ f No Agent Good for sent C.O. D. PrY trlIII'
-.With Fr yer A Bradley Music Co. Brewers> and '
Malt Tonic 2.23 rlndy''l" *
> f fl "'. $ per ease; Clayton & Russell Wild Cben1 *'P"
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se, centrally and pleasantly located ban been newly furnished; Is now VIEW HOTEL.
ver before prepared to furnish comfortable home to tourists and
public genes 1iy. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my uld friends C. B. KNOTT, Cen'l Superintendent. '
oast. to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla.
--" x*""* TitxiMvillo, FloI.idn.

New hotel, new furniture, modern improvements. Tile above hotel Is now open and in full runniiiff order, and the table is sup- Alcazar,
PALMS Fronting on beantlfull.akeHouse. plied with all the market alTords-such as game, fish, oysters, etc.
JOS. P. GRKAVES, Manager.
\Voith. Now open for the winter of 'ltd A carriage meets all trains for the'convenience of guests. A first-class laun- Open November first to)May Hint. I
il, and '07. $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special dry attached to the hotel. MI I

;he week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, FU. J. G. BAST, Proprietor Casino,

4 A. M. TAYLOR, Supcilntendetit. ,-..
/Swimming l' ol. Ruottlau and Turkish Baths.
v-is COTTAGE Fla. J
: .. Ponce de Leon ,: '., '

aoaoa FLOE1.JD.A.: G1LL1S ', ,; ':''J ,
Managua t :
Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Tnlrie. '
Open January to Apill.
ROXIMITY TO ROCKLEDGE. Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to$10 per week. i ii
Cordova ;
Rates : 2.00 per day. Special rates by the week or month. J. T. WHITE, Proprietor. ," :.i ." '''
Rooms only. Open during'February and. Marc Ii.
"* .'

N BEACH: HOUSE... r"s, :NOW cw.... -\ ORMOND. The Ormond, "I" <.,'' "I. ..,; .7;"',. :'

ANDERSON & PRICE Manngers. .
Open April.PALM
New Hotel.!
Daytona, near the City; Beautiful.\ Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates Rockledge .
j location of looms. House open all the year. BEACH, '.

b t: Address MRS. 1[. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla.Florida.. Royal Poinciana, ; '

::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: FRED STERRY Manager '' ? :;
'OT= BELLIEVVE:: Open January to A pi'II. .* ,.'"

rne, :Rockledge: Florida..;;. ."::". .....:......::.....\ Palm Beach Inn, ".':; .
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River) ''.. ,
.r H. E. BEMIS, M'g'r.. .Molionlc: Lake: N. Y. FRED STERRY, Manager. J ..'3 j> .
Open December to May .
A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. .' .. t
Palm Beach Casino
Change grove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- t,:>. .
C- passed. Prices moderate. E. WATSON, Superintendent : % .
iah Salt Water /Swlmmin Pool. /Surf Bathing. ( !h
JJ3PSend for illustrated circulars. II. P. SHARES, Fishing from Ocean 1'lcr. \ .

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. ,
+' Royal Palm, '.

II. W. MERRILL, Muniigor.
j The Plaza Hotel..nRoekledge. On BUcayno! Buy. Open January 1, 1HII7.\ ,.

New York Office. 26 Broadway. ,

Send to general vflloos, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East/ Coast.

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from Railway ; near nontoffloe,chun-hen and cliool. Flint-clium laundry In
hotel. Rate & to e\ per day; special rates by the weak or month.v. Florida. The Hotel Flacide
\ !t. CAMPKRLI., Proprletor. ; January,1894
Mrs. K. M. CAMl'litLX, iluimgeress
..ON" XJ.\TDX.A.N"' : E1.rvEE1..
"n In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and wont .
_ one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
OLE[ HOTEL *!- ?!= Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. /Superior, Cuisine nnd /Service. Due mouts all tialun. Toms $:J.AO per day and
vv Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving. tipwuids. /Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Piopiletor.

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S. H. PECJ, Proprietor. -- - ---- -- '-- -

All the Year. -
Open Also Managing Partner of The Arlington Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel, .
with a capacity for :300 guests. ,
Lost Pa1D1: :Sn a1J, F1cr1.da.: : .
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t is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to ...Hotel Algonquin... Indian Rivor.Fla. .

Depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. .
f ," : -
:hed to the hotel, with fishing tackle on board, for the use of s" !J; J.417t. J. A. HAPPEKSETTE
\ ii O/V O pex MANANKII. '
:From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special rates by the week or --- P .
I Open All The Year.

mP n ,j t ty
M. J. BOYCE, :Manager. -
P 'i
rE ZAPF, Proprietor. ne m I mllllI( In i dill'014.. IfllfilfxllHlif'. '''t ll +rlil'' +f I Only a few minute
r: tA2 ne fj t4 .wl uui u + i t1 m m +mweI 1 w n + h+ + walk from Railway ntii-,
S t dons mid /Steamboat laiul-
H '
I ') /t j1''ft' 9, On the banks of the
SL X COQUINA Plaza Hotel X r nrI far-famed Indian River.

"xden, I N all --. .. ,-- ..- .-- .. -
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' :FLORIDA. Moat centrally located. Fronting the D. J.
Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic n n
; Ocean. /Splendid view from its long and ./
[ING AND DRIVING are broad verandas. I Rates $2.00 '
Rates: $2.00! per day and upward. per day. Special Terms to
allies at Ormond, Special rates by the week. New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric Bells In every room.
First-class table board at reasonable Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine I Families.
culars, address, rates. Ocean View. All white help. Rates f:J.OO! per day and upward. Special:! Weekly 1 -
MRS. A. S. PELL. Rates. Sample Room. M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor,
PINING, Managers, Sr. AUOUKTINB, FLA. Two Minutes Walk from Central(



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[COLONNADES, .....Indlanola Is on Merritts Island...... St. George Street, Travelers' Hotel
P ,. .
mania opposite Daytona.) Four Miles North of Rockledge. ., ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla..
REEZE, FLORIDA. N Is located In the center of the

LARGE, Sunny rooms, all looking on w city, midway between the post- This Hotel is now under new management .
I Indian River Good home table. office and City Gates. Its surroundings ,
(Is delightfully situated; is I are exceedingly picturesque -
I Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, rowIng ra and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. -
team; has Electric Lights, ; s the grounds being unsurpassed
| Sea Baths, etc. It is thet fishing and hunting. Will meet h by any private hotel In .
guests at trains at Cocoa, and transfer the city.
all-the-year-round hotel l ,___-=_ .
them to and from house free of charge. ;
oast.r ./ Terms:-IJ.OO:! / per day.Specl.il .
HUH meets all Train, and Electric Cars pasN door. Hath rooms and alt
Rates: $1.50 per day,
M) and $3.00 per day. Rates by the week. Convenience on every (Jloor
$8.00 per week.
Open. .A.11 the "Year.-
2.50 to 15.00: per week.
.' Address: Electric Bells. Hot and Cold: Rates-Amerlcan Plan $2 to $2.50; European 5Oc. to $t .00..
: C. C. POST, Proprietor. G. W. SCHUYLER, Baths. Special Rates by the Week.

Indlanola, Fla. Mrs. FINLEY Proprietor.
Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son.

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k Cottage Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. :eO'rEL OOIfcTOX, Z:: .'Y 7 ':

>alm Beacb Florida. Hotel Geneva The Holly Inn :-.- MIAMI, FLORIDA.
Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park on*
block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Blscayne Bay Rater
$:i per day and upward. Special: rates by week or month.
Hotel )
ite Royal Cor. For jUi and Cedar Ht*.,
: ay- Florida.
Jacksonville Fla.

the Lake Front. Verandaa Modern Improvements, Bath, etc., on '" The New Hotel Elliot -
Every jCloor. Gas and Electric Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River which i I. unsurpassed
king beautiful Lake Worth. Lights, Passenger Elevator. 'Artistically ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
and Elegantly Fur. for Boating and Fishing.
Cor. Bay and Bridge SU., JACKSONVILLE:, FLA
nished. .'. '.'
00 $3.00 day.
t to per Good Bicycle Road. Excellent Table. Carriage meet all train Nearest hotel by five block to union. depot.' Rate*-Room* 50, 75o. 91, '1.10 :
f Special rate by the Week. Bites per Dad from $2.00 to $3.00. and 94 per day; with board 94,' .IIO. 93 and t3M per day. Special'ratH''bf
.' Rates:-From 92.50 per day. week or month sad to hug partiM. Overlooking$. Johns ,River. Newly sad >, .
.... .
M. J. YABBOROUGO W..kIF.......a. .Apuead..<.*for Ik.mmmm r. Special by week or month r, '}. -, <* ):') elegantly furnished MK! ; all modem Improvements. ; two block of union depot, Clyde-

Proprietor. ED. L. OWENS, Prop. O. EEc ""P.au8, Propr. postofflce.J.. K. T. BOWDEN Proprietor and MaMf.r.



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sy f- HI RARE CHANCE NEW YORK, Millinery. ./

r Solo Soprano & Choir Director Up Capital $$26,000.00..

''t' :' Hotel, Cottages 'and Furniture, Sarno, Fla. of the Memorial Church, St. Augustine and DRESSMAKING.-- LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We .

I'; I Will open Studio In St. Augustine on
I, I Feb. 4th for a special session of eight; have for sale a large list of caref
"'!),: weeks, during which she will receive
I both male and female students in voice selected Indian River Properties.
i i Sp ;, placing, development, and proper use, Lands the Florida
I.. 7 for drawing-room, churchorators, concert Agents for Sale of of Coast

\ 'I .1, .1I and opera. Special attention givento Canal and Transportation Co.
I ti v, weak throats and lungs. Daily lessons -
t I I ''j 'fI arranged at special rates. Public CA.1'T.A.L L.A. :nS.
t I I r speakers. teachers, and all needing vocal
\ yp ( power and finish are Invited to correspond Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway erf
) d with Mrs. Rockwood concerning Lands. Dlsston,Co ds Klver Loan and Investment I
andnot'herInLow 0"
4 j 9 private And class instruction, terms and I' Priced Lands. 'I
II ly; n A hours, without delay, as both time and
II'I I. number of pupils received must be Write for Descriptive Price_List of Carefully Selected Properties. ;
f. limited. Address
I Titusville.,

I \ 153( Fifth Ave, New York. Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction

JV FOR first class shoemaking) and repairing guaranteed. PAXTON & HAT '

.. I ', call on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds,
I! Titusville, Fla. Shoes made
I ''II I, to order In fine style. I Titusville Fla.FiBCher's DEALERS IN -

,.". I ;, IfI 1 Goods Notions Gents '

I ;, The'above out represent roughly; 1IOTKL': Du NIL, at Sarno, Brevard Dry
t. County, Florida, which Is only J of a mile south of the depot of Eau GR lie, Fla., Cottage.Pa1JJ:1. ,
: 1 and about 20<))0( miles south of Jacksonville, on the Flonda East Coast R'y. Has
,. / : 4epot, poHfofHoo and telegraph: ofllco. The hotel and seven cottages are located on Stroot 1"I1a'V:111o; : F1a. Goods Shoes Hats t .
: : : ;: ; Furnishing
: :
I'< I ton acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallie River, with view of Indian River on drinking ,
I the east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean :'H miles away. 18 Centrally ]located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure
: 1 \1\ ,practically new-buildings completed In 1800. The hotel and every cottage I IsI water. Hardware Crockery Corn Oats and Hay High Gradeconies
I furnished, and most of tho furniture and linens have never been used. Two ar- Rates: $2.00 per, day; special rates by the week or month.CIIR. t.
I tCI las wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the F. ScHER, Proprietor. Ammunition and General Hmlmti I
i I>pst of water. The properly has only been used some two months by the former -.-------.- I Tackle !
'I I owner, John Green, who died, and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A. ,J''
I, 11 DeGrauw of Jamalna, Queen's County New York, whose address until April lat. 1807 Model Wheels ::EI.OOxE.LEJJG-E: : : FL.A.
'I la. Oak hill, Fla Tlinre Is u large pavilion 100 feet square, cement floor, cement In Stock : The St. Augustine Cycle Co.Victor ,
il walks, water works and gaiden. Best of hunting and Ashing, fresh and salt water;
T \ 'I i' bailing or yachting on Eau Oallle and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing. beautl- $tOO.
Pal, scenery; and the whole In ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every; Wolff, $100.Rambler Has the best line of wheels
I convenience, with kitchen and< dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original -
i I cost to John Groan" was 4SOIH); now for sale at f 10,000); half cash and half on ; $80. and sundries in the state. All
time. Any good hotel man can make here. Address
money Crescent $30 $75.
,i 'j: D. L. GAULDEN, Titusville, Fla. Patee, $60. Kinds of bicycle repair work JOB WORKOF

'I Special, $39. neatly done.
L, I Rockledge. bent St.blaycleroads Augustine ban la Fla.the F. W. BEERS, Prop.

t \' ----- ALL KINDS
r t --
I If A. B. Painter, traveling for the Clyde

I :, I Line, was here this week.L. P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.

t tI t- ESTABLISHED ia68. C. Coyer, station agent and oper- .FIT THIS OFFICE.The .
I' JACKSONVILLE FLA ator, is pleasantly located at the Plaza. Wholesale and Retail

I : ::1:1I, -Miss Jessie Hentz, of Quincy, Fla.,
I '' is. visiting her brother and sister, Mr

II I r,:I For Sale, and Mrs, Geo. Hatch. Carriage Wagon --- ----- --- --
,1 Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ivos and family,
I i Common and fancy pineapple plantll.I of Philadelphia, frequent visitors to Material. NewSelden
Forty acres to select from. Lempn and Rockledge,: arrived Monday, and are and
J other citrus trccn. guests of Mr. O. S. Hardee and family.J. ,

t I I I' I JAMKH: IIorMK II. Pincus, of Jacksonville, has accepted .

I \, ti, ,. Jensen, Fla. a position with Messrs. Paxton Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicle, Hand Carts, etc., etc. Cypress Door Compaq p ;
& Hatch Mr. Pincus an experienced
Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Land salesman, and seems well pleased with -
For Sale. .
I Ii, his new aurroundin Ba. '
i One this week Mr. Robotean
day a
t Lot at Myors, Flo., and 80 acres of guest at the New Rocklodge( ; caught 4() Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
!land Hawthorn Co.
on Creek near Myers. lumber and
,' pounds of black bass from Lake Poln- Michigan '
W. I S.:! THOMAS, Miami, Fla. soft, while Mr Adams, on the same day,. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Si;
took nine trout out of the river weighing

i I For! Charter. 27-1 bs. MANUFACTURERS OF- and General Wood Working Plants, in the United StatesAnd

I The fine sloop -Yankee Doodle can bo carried Last( Saturday a large party Capt.to Melbourne Coggln's launch Beach Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, with experienced management, (covering a past experience oft

bartered by the day, week, or month; for the day. Those who went and had a years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the
anywboro between Ormond and Miami. delightful time were the Bristol Rosaitorandseveral ladiesMrs. Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will o
further particular, write to guests of White's cottage.: Good work and material at low prices Take Main street car line to mill and

i CAI-T. Gao Cook, Clayton Garvey was among Monday'sarrivals office.
I Titusville Fla. and will spend some time at the Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Expo 40<<
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I --_- -- -- --- Garvey residence, where two of his 'Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, Fla. Atlanta,Ga., 181111.'THEG. .
brother have been located for some time
lew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine.Stiitloiiury pl St.fl'! Garvey IK "largely' interestedin i
V a nail factory at Anderson, Ind.J. = H. HAMMOND COMPAI
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Mlddleby Is making extensive Improvements .
on his. place at City Point.
Ills hoiiHU Is receiving a fresh emit of
'paint; also hill now boathouse and fine PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
I launch will soon be retouched In the
o.f u w, ..
same manner, H. Dexter applying the :
i brush. A III I ,IUOavaowVl) Hammond, Ind., South Omaha: Neb., Cliicapo(

Mr. Merwin Is having\ the old platformat ft III IIr Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, FI
the foot of Barton' avenue removed as J I ..I
I It was getting' delapldaled, and Is erectIng and Bellies.W'rito .
J'I a ciiqulna wall In Its place, which Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams

will connect on the south with the wall

the along nllrl Ills h.front, Dud with Mr. Sh.ires' on THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money.JSolloltod.. I I 'U..s :for Jr.oes.::: ,

A. Adams, of Atlantic City and our
r townsman II. C. Ever, who went out Jug Trade : : ; .

I west un a camp hunt last week, succeeded Rye and Corn per gal.ll.Wlup lmmleRye) gal. 8.00 Now is Your ChanceTo
in getting: wild turkeys, I 0 quail, Tom* Holland Ulu. 1.80)up Californt Wines. Catawba, Port,

: ....: :2 squirrels, !3 t canvas-buck ducks, 12 Cognac Apple, liranilitM Klaukberry. ...,...Peach... ...and..... l.BOlip Bottled Sherry lleer,Claret,i>,,rdoa and Angelica.................. l.OOup t.OOup
: .andlarne \IK to 12IJ: 1C. P. The black bass and three alligators In two Sioux Rye.pergnl.................. 3.00' Imp.Sherries, per K&!.......... 4.00 to 6.00(
'I Butane" IIKIHC Kullatilii. Kuimumldul: .and Dnnilila days' hunting.The Uolcttm Crown Rye, ]i"'rgal.. .. ,' 4.00 Imp. 1IIortu.rt, per gaL.,4tio to 6 00 Start a Lemon Grape Fruit or Orange Gi
f rower tar IjiiiiiohXK.. Auxiliary Tower for Shawnee Rye, per gal. ............ B.'oo Imported, Gins, per gal........4.00 to 6.00 \
yauhtn. + and hiiHineMi. boat, and where stationary river road from Cocoa to City Fine Imported and Key Went cigars. and tobaccos.. Cigars :fl.per/ ( 100 ,
power 'II required.naNJ.1V' Point Is now open and ready for travel In order to and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in SOUL:
t !: JEUOMK, andlhld and upward Send money with all orders. All jugs 15c. per gal. extra.
Sols Rnprenentatlve for Mnmifaotnrurs In the except through the Spratt property, Will mail complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during/ the.'
State" of Florida. ROUKLRIHIK, Fti \. part will be opened n a short time. when desired without extra charge. Send for price list.J. 00 days, make a reduction of fifty ((50): ) per cent in freight rates on Nursery
The old road will be-
sandy county soon
over its line to points south of Titusville.
Catalogues and i>rloe tin appllimtton. come an untrodden waste when those H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,
who have vehicles can traverse. without JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
Interruption tho now driveway.E. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '
HOTEL MELBOURNE \V. Wallace.\; who recently came hero Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the spirit November 17, 1806.
from Chicago, has finished, his little and wine trade.
-- salesroom near the railroad station, and
It looks quite gay In its yellow dl'oJlJlland
MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA white tiiinmlngs., Noticeable among the -- -- --- THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,
many pretty things found within Is the
Open all the year round. Good FUh- .. \ feather, nnd filigree wcn'k.Ir.: THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART Electrical and Supply f
Wallace dues his own engraving! and Machinery ;;
log, Hunting and Yachting. Rates, Indian Rlvpr scenes figure largely on

$:.GO: and upwards. his souvenir spoons. MANQFACTURERS'AGENTS: FOR
The Plaza had between sixty andMoventy High Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Eddy lIfotol1
Proprietress, Mns. C. J. HKCTOP Apparatus,
l mimes upon its registration: Generators Warren Altrenator Wlmalt
Uornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse
5U 4 Ei -VV books tho early part of the week. Among Co. Elevators. SPECIALTIES Electric Fans Sewing machine motor, Dental mow. ...
them was Prof. Milton Whitney, of Clad.Slow speed MultlM>lar Motor for heaviest factory" work, Improved street rail" '
tq' Washington, D. C., a geologist of note, ment, modern In design and construction. Fully guaranteed and prices right..
FOR SALE. who comes to investigate Florida soil; F. BISHOP Manager. JACKSONVIIJ.E,1U
alMa Maj. P. M. Frees, of New York, : Salesroom,61 West Forsyth St.,Repair Shop,2039 Halo St.
4 I who was a delegate from Chicago to the : ---
I recent convention defences rrrstrals
on coast at
IF Ton Are Looking for a Bargain Tampa, and A. G. Smith, a noted politician GEORG MARX: JOffiT MASS'MARX
I from Indiana. ?
The Clear View Pineapple Plantation BROS
I U for sale, for less than one-half its actual Work on the Silver King progresses :
I well, and she will doubtless. be ready to
value, as a whole or in lots to suitfurchaaers. Wholesale Dealers In- ---
begin the run from Rockledge to Titusville Made
Terms exceptionally reas and return by Feb. 1. The crew of Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. # * Groceries Fruit and Produ

enable. Come and see property if possible the steamer Juno has been engaged to .
131 mad 133 KM Bay Street and .3 and.8 Newnmn Street.tlao3tfetonville .
the Sliver
If not, address run King. Many tourist will FOR SALE BY -
be Induced to come by the J., T. A K. : : Florid:
r { RICHARDS Eden, Florida., W.mile and on water down which for the this sake of will the 20 EDWARD STILING...... ........... ..... .............
th' m.IP.by route give ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES if THE C flj
The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer. We have also a good
AN .tock of Garden Dar-
AUVT. It U a Good rows. suitable for TO GROWERS-Let UII know what you have In the way of Fruit andjj
Advertising Me YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and tread A size larger
SSSlte5tfJira0fWr-MWll< ; ables. Returns and Potatoes
; dlum for those who want to Increase Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for suitable for Pineapple prompt sure. We supply the best Seed I Ireu.
Write us for our wholesale i i
\ heir business. the,ADVOCATE. price list of groceries.





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