Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00064
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 5, 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
 Record Information
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: UF00079909:00064
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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1. 13. No. Q6. TITUSVTXJLE, FLA., FRIDAY:: FEB' 5, 1897. Price* 5c.

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GAL NEWS, !53P: JOB PRINTING at this office. Rend TM>Column Carefully I ALL TIIK LATEST: and most popular ItrWIJ,1 our subscribe be good r C'hlldrvit'aIP M oOM.,

songs of tho day, .at Clmffeo b,(:Vs.MUSKKTEER enough to. look at the namo-and.daoe slip.

plCM of General Interest. -Mr. C. D. Provost, of Lotus, was In LoOAvr..ADVT .. Ten Cents Per Line, Bee pasted upon their p\per) wntpp. If you' need anything the, way of

9 1 town Wednesday Week, on this (front) page. the date Is "18Dl"\ ( or en enrlisn, year child!'en's-shoes, we havent: received

ad General Ooiwlp In connection -Mr. Cbas. F. Shu Has. of New York, IADIFs'dressed kld Ul.VIEIn... than thai,.It Is an indlaatloaitltnt you are fifty ilffeont stylos-nny ovlor you can
In ot all the latest colors; Indebted to IM, and: we. should be gladto mo.tinn, and of all the Intent similes..
Hayne Bay Lake Worth, Indian, was town Wednesday and Thursday.Tax ;
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Co's. $2 gloves for $1.40. Cnsh with onion.Postmastari have Yon will Jo well to examine these shoo 'J j
and Halifax: Rivers, Key west you renew your subscriptionFURNTtUR11 )
I other Important Point along theo Assessor J. F. Wooten came up JaLH't40 KLI SH,. TlhllwlIte. baft*,* buying vlxewheio.Jl'Ml .
to town Tuesday, to attend to the duties '
_t of Florida. Brief mention of appertaining to his office. MILLINERY AND DRESSMAKING, 1 I' IruKNiTonw. 1: J If In *Titusvif ICu-N-tt:

ling Event from Various Part also CUSTOM TAU.ORING-Sp S.: F.. Gibbs,. of 3KHirne need .f anything In thl.line,. cult and Ie, Flu,
(world About People You Know ewBi-s. W. H. H. and Geo. G. Olea- ties In Titusvtlle. was in. town m day o* so tusk \Inspect our.New SIoJk. to !>.* o>p.f>ml
ple You Don't Know Picked son, of Eau Gallle, were: In town a short GARDNER' & 'V ALIkHR, : week. In a few ilayi Also. MatMngA, Window NOv1
nr Society Editor and c large doff while on Tuesday.No Shades and GAltrKTS.. : .
pondent soatteredalong, the : -Mr. C. ll..Naumunv. theo.ID\lllonr, CIIA ,
'IInNEU... WAI.UKII 1:1t1l1l\ltUe.:
damage: was done to treesIn 'rVlrxaaa to Nat
nut of Florida orange: r: -- As an advertising (podium. no i was a pleasant (caller at this wtllco :yes-\ stop. Sao of hotels on
the Indian River section during the out Tfllk page
late cold snap. paper on the East\ Coast can beat tile :.rday.Mr.

1 i communications for this paper ADVOCATE. Give us n trial advt., D. @nsshelnry: representing K J. -Have you noted the many; attractive Wo now have opera lu.Tlt-ssvlll tw4
I be addressed "THE ADVOCATE -Mrs. A. T. Feaster and family are and be convinced of the features
pink paper'> :Hart & Co.,. New Orleans, U la town RocUodge k'Mr..Clayton iMttels.-t&e Indian River, and Utnntl
lie, Fla." This will insure 1m- again at the Indian River hotel, after a worth. Maw.
; i attention. few weeks' visit at Seville.Mr. town to-day.. : of a..e1t1ecljf; ; ,
President.. Wm.. M. Brown of the epewfrom.Suao &\Garv.r"MonJlvy. In: town. : :r- We ate certaihlyt g.ttf jf. th..
E. C. Whitney, of St. Augustine, Bank of from tourist en the East Joust icf FlovMlt.
IIEADQtTARTERS for Hay Biscayne came
If receive ofOCATE who has been on a business trip along Singer sewing ma- up (::01. D.
f I you a sample copy ohh_ W. R. Knox agent Tltusvllle. Miami this week. QiMiJdnn.kaa been at Miami and I It mill pay you to yitothe", AnvtwAviiican :
It Is an Intimation that the East Coast, returned homewards, this week,, attending,BOOM' law bustnosa .adv..
d give us pleasure to add your yesterday.In .-Mr. Geo. M.. Robbins loft! her v yes- *.

our fast-increasing list of sub- of to-day being Arbor DEED blanks lOo. each; $3.00 per 100, at torday aftennoon for RocXledgo, to attend VallJfl hotel Ill'e.rL..emM.fl1l. .t>*
It does not cost you tbree there consequence will be the ADVOCATE office. to sumo law business* I -Mr. M. O.;Snlm.",ot tto: kle Day, no meeting of the
week Included : In town shunt while! on. Tuesday and
(postage ) when Ladies' Guild of St. Gabriel's Episcopal -Mr. E. L. Bradbury, who he been ..aU.lr. Mr., UTtiB. E. Smlt1.of.SbMtff Jlbtt! >k.
us pJu
gave a aanjt .
the and be
by year, It can sent to Church. SEND YOUR VEGETABLES- fruit cruising/ up and.down th.Elv t Coast for P*.. T., I I.* the affable loomnalerk at tike
any part of the United States or to E. B. Williams & Cow* wholesale several 'YJ.'llfika past, Is la town, again.Mr. i -) John B. Yl\Cb.. niter spending a New Ritultledge hotel.Kyoklotljt kI
> without extra expense. -Mrs. George B. Swift, wife of Mayor fruit and produce merchants 63 South day or two In.DoLjvad, returned to West

50 1 per annum, In advance.. Swift of Chicago, and party, passed Broad street, Atlanta, Ga.. See their and MM.. C, F. J. Campbell and Palm Bono It, on Monday. "'I Uotell Alcazar, St. Atigitfttlao. mid
six months, 'e through Titusville., Monday, en route to advt. on page 6. little son. returned to their\ l home at Melbourne l- to be dteiktg au exoelUnkitourint business!
LOO per an. to foreign countries. Lake Worth. yesterday, after .a visit to 'Jacksonville -Mr. andiMra A. II. Smith and<< Mrs this IMtJIMnlnll r tibe.> msnagement of
and St. Augustine.Robt. Wells, of Enon, 0", are still >Journlngat
Mr. Joseph P. Oroavw aHHlxUol, Mr.
-Assistant Passenger Agent J. D. ,. by
ALL SHADES OF CRETE! TISSUE the Moan.hotel Kocktvtrge.Mr. .
Rahner, of the F. E. C. Ry., has been In 10 cents a yard, at Penning, aa employo of the Au.S. ILuomls, theroor.olurk.:
Key West this week, attending to business well-known Selden Cypress) Door Co., H. M. Flagler will donate to.<<
CiiAFTKK: &: Co's, The how" Rockledje uiulittr. theirmnagvntant
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for his road. Palatka was Injured at their mill oa Daytona the Island In front of that tows
TUuvllle, Fla. for park In formed. ; of )1 r. .EUlttllllll,., li* tlllrooolvtoo
Wednesday,. by having his hand caught purposes, we are
MpH -Mr. James M. Cod man, after enjoy : : a fair amount.of pptn wage;
s Ing several weeks' hunting and fishing In the machinery. -Mr. K; L. Brady left here, Monday, i but! If tourists were aware C)4I) thee.many

SINS at Canaveral Club, has left for his homein BARBER SHOP, at the Indian: River -Messrs. A. O. Silver and J. M. for Miami. to be present at the opening beauties of Kockldgo, mere twists
Boston. hotel, Tltusvllle, does first-class work. Woodruff of Salem, 0., were pleasant of the new store of K. L. Brady A Co.' : would Mop oil at that pplnt.Mannjer .
I guarantee satisfaction to all ous caller at this office yesterday. While
-Archdeacon B. P. Brown will hold -The Mallory Line Is bidding for... I
8. IT. Peck pf JSiotoJ!
omers. II. S. MEADOW, propr. here Mr. Woodruff purchased Mr. W. l1iza"
services at Cocoa at 10:30: a. m. and 7:1)0::) II. MoFarland' yacht. share of the tourist' travel from Key :Rooktalffe, received.av.ral bows.nt tineorange.
p.m. ; and at Merritt at 3:00o'clock: p.m., West to. New ork. Head their ad. v* from the iforehergaee aa61.urt.fey -

c on Sunday next, the 7th inst. -Mrs. II. J. Egger and, children are -Mrs. Miller, a former and much respected 8th page./ ,, Monday; these.his pli\cn>>mUoC

-There will be a meeting of'the Republican spending the week with Dr. Thornton at resident of Titusville, passed -Mr. a. G. !Springer, tile well knows, In luis office for the,bunuflc vfi hlsgausts,
County Committee of Brevard LaGrange. through here yesterday, en route from lee maiuifuctim, of ht. Augustine, paid to whom ho gives.Uutrn fre... .
she will visit .
Georgia to Jupiter where
S SAN County at Melbourne on February 10th, RockledRe a short visit, Monday, oil
1807. R. W. Goode Chairman.Mr. -Capt. W. B. Watson of Jacksonville her daughter, Mrs. J. W. Croak his return from Pitlm Uonoli. Hotel Indian Ulver, ,lUtal Kltem and

Sr passed through here, yesterday,, -Mrs. A. E. Chatfield, of New Haven, the New Rockletlge Hotel! Uookledge,
Fred F. Taylor, owner of the southward bound.A Conn., who owns a winter home and fine -Mr.;,and<<1 Mi"*. Dudley B. Fay of Du..... are three .of the finest Mil b .should
Indian River hotel, at this place, came at South Rockledge. has ton, are among the Jolly sojouiners. at .hotels on Indian Hlver.,. lourlnts
up from Rockledge, Wednesday, to look communication from Palm Beach orange received grove Daimler launch Canaveral Club. Musses, T. Jefferson ciivtalnly stop .IT, at R\okJodg either
after some Improvements to his property. to the ADVOCATE says; that a brigantine which she a new will naphtha boat, Coolidge and Wm. E. C. KustU, of lUm- 'going or returning.from,the south...
use as a pleasure
from the Canary islands In ballast for a
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ton, nra expected at the Uub-houso this I
-Mr. and Mrs. Jas. McIntire, after Maine port, went ashore In Saturday for herself and friends.Mr. or next week. During the trips\ of. ova editor up and

spending a short time at Palm Beach, night's storm, on Hypoliixo Beach, ten H. E. Adams, Jeweler and optician \ .down the KiwU Coast, wt ottuu. hour
until over in Tltusvlllo from Tuesday i miles south of the above place, and Is a of Sanford, was In town yesterday, Judge M. S. Jonen, of llutvard. ,. awl .wardft of praise..fuK M lJall". Anderson & '
Wednesday en route to Altamonte : total wreck. and gave the ADVOCATE a pleasant call. Mr. K.:; N. Dlmlck, of Diulo., were op i Price, manager, of.H tel Ornumd, for

Rw R Springs. I -Gardner & Walker, of this place Mr. Adams came over to Inspect tho pointed members, among others, from i the courteous treatment of their guests
TE -Miss Jeannette Paddlson spent from have started In the furniture business, watches and clock of the J., T. & K, their respective counties\ (of the committee i and their excellent tabht.

OC Friday until Monday with her friend, having purchased a fine stock of goods, Railway Co. He will return home this the of goods Florida's toads Good RoiuU convened. league, in at I Later now to .hantH! says that Hotel

D Miss Leila Anthony, at Georgiana.We which will be displayed In the course of morning.The. ()1'1."IIIthlll\ week congress Key West, wjilch Is tuba one of the

are sony to learn she has been on the next few days. Mall orders are firm of Wilson & Toomer, Jack Floilila East Joust Hotel System,, will
the sick list this week, since her return' promptly attended to by this ilrm, which sonville, has been succeeded by the Wilson -I -Xoxt week we will issue a couple. of not be aeady for,guests. for several days.It .

fe acknowledge, with thanks, a home. has a good reputation.Mr. A Toomer Feitlllzer Co. There Is hundred<< extra copies of the ADVOCATE, Is being thoroughly overhauled, and

r little calendar from Capt. Henry -!Mr. Julius Smith, of Rockledge, left Patrick J. Cnhlll, assistant no change In the policy. or management, Iii, It will bo a !good time. for our merchants i will bo ro-fuinlMlieil throughout. Hunt.O. .
editor and of the to put In nn extra" udvt. or two. Ii. Knoth has been to Went attending
DCS, proprietor for Pompton Lake, N. Y., on Tuesday, Weather Bureau officer at Jacksonville, Mr. Wiley G. Toomer will be president, I Key -
artford Times, Conn. and Mr. Loienzo A. Wilson Many of them will be scattered, along to tilings general.
and hopes to return the first of next passed through here, Wednesday, on his .secretary
Lila !Kant Coasr, while the remainder
.enator S. Pasco, and D. M. Ferry week. He Informed us he was called way to the Jupiter Weather Bureau and general manager.S. to various states throughout the Union.go On our 8th pags-of this issuo will be

v the well known seedsman, have .north owing to the illness of his son. office, to relieve Mr. J. W. Cronk for a H. Swan, prominently known In found th.- uU.. of the Pluu Forest Inn,

Blanks of the ADVOCATE for a large -Since the change of schedule on theJ. short while. Mr. Cahlll well knownon i I New York city, as .a large dealer In Mesxrs. E. F. Cooler nod l A. If. HumervllU? 8. U!, It I IN. but :M: miles

of flower and vegetable seed.srs. '1'. & K. W. Railway, the trains over the East Const, having been stationed pianos and Laps, will spend the season Whitehead, of Lansing, Mluh., arrived from Charleston and as It Le'..excellent

a John W. Merwin and B. T.ky that road are timed to leave and arriveat at Tltusvllle some time ago. i at Hotel Indian River: while F. C. Reeii In town yesterday, for the purpose of name foe comfort and no. :

of Woodmont, Ct., stopped off Tltusvllle as follows: For Sanford, -The Tallahassee correspondent of I and T. J. Payne, of Phllad..lpbllwill cruising on Indian( River. Mr. Cooley ctitfinf, oar northern reader uml their
short while the first of the week,, Jacksonville, and Intermediate stations, the Times-Union says: "Articles of Incorporation spend some time at the same hotel. Mr owns a fine naphtha launch* which has friends should! stop at the Tine Forest
rir way to Rockledge.e : leave at 10:05 a. m., arrivng here at 4:40p. : have been filed and letters Reed's launch, Never Sink, will arrive In been on Nelson' ways since last winter, Inn. It In under the management of
m. patent issued to the Florida Union Telegraph a few days. and ho Inform us that he will probably Mr. IV. it Haight.
ADVOCATE returns thanks to start ti-moriow for polatu south\ us fur
r J. F. Wooten, of the Cocoa and -Miss Westfall, of California, who is and Telephone company, with -Theodore Tuttle, for many years Blscayno Bay. Manager Usury W. Merrill, of the
dge News, for courtesies extend spending the winter at Captain and Mrs., general offices at Titusville. The capital Tax Collector of Now Haven; A. D. Hondrlcks Royal Paim! Miami, treated the members

Its editor on Monday afternoon.essrs. E. N. Diramick's, at Palm Beach, has stock Gauldon Is $5 000. The Incorporate are for more than twenty-live years of the Press Association right royally on
rented the northeast corner room at the D. L. C. H. Walton and E. B. Chief of the Fire Department of that Wanted Home, their rut um from Nassau, New I'rovldenc -

McFarland and Bradbury,, Casino, at Palm Beach. She has a large Wager." city; and D. Gilhooly, a member of the ,. last week. Alt spoke In high
I a yachting cruise nf' far as the of Board of Aldermen, have been stoppingat terms of Mr. !Merrill and His palatial
collection Florida aquatic curiosities
returned Tltusvllle -!Mrs. Caroline Washburn Hock wood< a keys, to on the New Rocklodgo hotel Rockledge, frontage on ,. so ably manages;
well as those from other states which ,
jay last, and again sailed off on anr she as will exhibit. of New York, who will teach singing,, this week. be desirably located. with good buildings hisstad-undertiueguldanceof( Mr. W.
hunt, the first of the week. etc., In St. Augustine this winter, Is welt plenty of land, grove, etc. Give II. Ornio*-were moHt courteous and
-Born-to Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Budge,, known as a church and concert voice -!Mrs. Wm. 1>. Mussenden, whoso husband very full description of everything and<< obliging to all.
e had quite a demand for last trainer of great merit and the ADVOCATE I Is first cashier In one of the largest
at Miami, last Friday night, Jan. 29th, i a price, with and without personal.
s ADVOCATE, and every copy woe fine ten-pound boy. The many friends is Informed that she Is Identified with banks In Bath, :Me., gave the AnvoCAru Address 'IUI. E. HATFH, Hotel Indian River, Ilocklodgo, IK now
ed of by Saturday afternoon, ale of the proud parents, who were formerly the best social, musical and ,literary a pleasant call on Wednesday, afteinoou Saratoga, N. Y. fully prepared to. uelve> gue ts. Messrs. ,
we could have disposed of 15C popular young Tltusvllle residents, wlfr circles of New York and Boston. She l la III :\Mussenden! has been on the sick Webb fc Alden the proprietors, aro well
We are leased to note that peo- doubtless hall the event with pleasure, pupil of the great Krelssmann, Mod list during the past week or two, but we known states l o ular hotel men-an previously -

predate the pink paper. .. and duplicate all good wishes for the ame Garrett and CharleA R. 'Adams, are pleased to note she Is now herself Loss of the JilMcnyiie. io. the columns of the Al"
Mrs. Rockwood bos met with Her sister Mis. N. P. Robbins 'VOOAIB-and they are bidding for .n.
be schooner Two Bachelors, Inland little fellow beginning his life amid. the great sue again. ,
In developing and the Mrs. Alusmmden on her hare of the public patronage, ait can bo
of C. VV. Brownrigg, left for roses of a Florida January.Mr. cesa training accompanied
sad of Indian River Wednesdayng voices of amateur and professional singers visit to our sanctum. Our Sebastian (correspondent writes u. seen from tlitdr ad. on Hth rage of Jhl
; and Mrs. F. A. Morgan returned for which she has opened a as follow : l hsl&t This hotel I III In nice
been chartered bguests
(> having of the Indian River hotel, to to town on Monday from their honeymoon studio In St. Augustine for two months,, Pineapple Circular.-One of the most The schoonef Biscayne, Capt. Fozzaidfrom ., shape, and the Incandescent (electric)
leaflets have for along .
sojourn In St. Augustine, where elegant we seen lights' about the ground as well as Inside -
luck shooting. She returned the and Is Indorsed by such eminent musicians Jacksonville to Miami with a large
have been spending about week time Is Issued by- !Messrs. Wilson & the hotel send forth a radiance
they a as B. J. Lang, Carl Zerrahn, Arthur cargo of general merchandise and quite ,
I,day. taking In the many pleasure that the Foote, and many others of that rank. Toomer, "The Fertilizer House of Flor- a list of passengers, went ashore at that Is quite pleasing to the eye. The
Captain E. 1\(. Goodall and Dr. Fer Ancient Cltle affords. They report havIng She glvfes special attention to persons Ida." The first page I... occupied by a Bethel Creek llfenuivlog station, fourteen hotel also ban an orchestra of live pieces,

after a jolly time hunting and enjoyed everything In general with suffering from weakness of the throat cut of a pineapple which Is colored and miles below this place, Monday mtwnlu! so the guests need not hunger for muslo.

g down Indian River, returned to the exception of the weather, which sand lungs. In securing the services of tinted to life-a perfect gum of art, The schooner is I IM: tons burthen, and I. -- -. ..
ivllle In the yacht Nemo on Mon rather unpropitious during their stay. Mrs. Rockwood as Its solo soprano and showing even ,the delicate frosting or a total Ion*. It In reported that, three
[and left for Daytona on Wednesday The Lorillard Villa had the newly-mar. choir director, the choir of the Memorial! bloom on the under side of the leaves. men were drowned. The Biscayne carried They AU Like the "Advoeutc."

oon. Mr. Fogg, another of the Tied couple as guests. Mr. and Mrs. church, St. Augustine, I Is to be con The text, devoted to pineapple fertilizers of live men, and wa built In. Jacksonville -
has been on the sick list this Morgan, who did net extend their trip i gratulated. This lady it also a writer 01 and pulverized tobacco stems, I I.* of great about four year. ago./ We are continually sending art many

further north owing to the recent coldpell no mean order, and has just had published practical Interest to grower Three lives were lost, viz., Chas. llln hundreds of extra: copied of the pink

(. Lieutenant Hugh L. Willoughby of are now snugly ensconced at the a book entitled "East Florida; Owing to to-flay (Friday) being Arbor lIOn, Arobie Llndsey and Roger Itarrls. paper which assist In making It a good
Indian River hotel at this place. Romances which Is Day there will be various exerciser advertising medium."I .
B. I. Naval Reserve, whom we met probably among/ ,
the largest and best-Illustrated wotks the of the Tltusvllle Publlf would like you to forward me fJ IS:
Cocoanut Grove last week Informed -The yacht E. C. L., which left herea by: pupils
|ADVOCATE: that he had finished his couple of weeks or more ago, on a ever Issued in connection with the East School. The entertainment will com- Tbo Purchase of the Two Steamboat copies of the AtkWCATR! In which" tli.
ntiflo survey: for the Smithsonian contemplated cruise of about three Coast of Florida, and will, undoubtedly,, mence at two o'clock this afternoon, and article on Nassau I I..* published, says
i other Institutions-occupying over months duration In the West Indies and prove highly/ Interesting reading. Prof. Anthony extend: a cordial Invitation *. Capt. II. II. Jameson.A .

i weeks) In the work. He returnedthe elsewhere, with Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Law- to our townspeople to be present- prominent" hotel proprietor of Iloek-
Everglades In perfect health, rence, of Utica N. Y., a* and especially the parent of children attend With reference to the recent sale of ledge says: 1 will take 100 copies of

greatly: delighted with his experien- Capt. John SImonson and Mr. Henry U. GARDNER & WALKER can cell :you Ing the school. He hopes that all parent* the steamers St. Sebastian sad St. Augustine this week's ADVOCATTS. I want then"
for distribution the East Coast.
Lieutenant Wllloughby: traveled Dreyer in charge, was compelled to re-, FURNITURE In assortment-mat- who take an Interest In the welfare of of the defunct Indian River Steamboat along
Mr. II. :MaohatUv of Hobe Sound
e In a canoe, and said that hunting turn to Tltusvilla last Sunday owing to I tresses, springs, etc. Mall order the school, will see tbat their children Co.-noted In last week's Aovo week',
"Send 13 of this
fishing were so good that he brought the illness of Mr. Lawrence, who, withhis given prompt attention., are present this afternoon CATE-we are reliably Informed that saysj AOVOOAIB. me copies.

ck much of his provision stores ando wife, left for home on Monday.: TheE. Tltusvllle, Fla.. both steamers will ban their steel
of Hobe Sound
Mr. C. II. savsx'Please
i cigars. He was nearly burnt black C. L., with Capt. and Mr*. Simonson GARDNER & WALKER, of Tltusvllle, hull sheathed aver with wood and they: send Tlaoey, five of, thta
rn so much exposure to the sun, and and Mr. and Mrs.'Dreyer: on board, sailed will open a new and varied stock of will be pat Into a thorough state of re- week'. me copies:

he started on his journey: from for Daytona on Tuesday, and will be For! Sale, FURNITURE this week. pair. At present however, their future Dr. F.paper. of Daytona :
Houghton.of ,
ney: river, on the West Coast coming back In about a week, when It is expected service I* undecided np n. The above say
One Hundred and of land "Save me 123: last week' ADVO-
i>ngh the Everglades, to Cocoanut that another northern party will sixty acre steamer a* we stated la oar Ut issue copies
2% mile from Cocoanut Grove, containing Now Is Your Chance CAVE, and send one copy to each name
ye, on the Eaat Coast. charter her for a crulae.Building -were purchased by Mr. Joseph E. "
five-roomed house enclosed
2,600 fruit on slip.
of Boston for the
Moody M trustee
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tree; 2}{ acre la grape fruit and citrus To buy dolls and toy of all descriptions owner ,
Lot For Sale.
Bones Wanted. trees 1AOO pineapple plants, 1,300 ofwhich cheap, for cub. Mr*. II. W. Reynold -
win soon be in bearing. Will ell *, Tltusvllle, baa a few left over Out of Sight t

/Save TOOT bones and send them to the Lots 3, 8 and II, block. 16.; lot 0, block cheap for cash. $2,600, on time. Only from Xmas to dispose of, Including ARE YOU SMOKING one of those -
tckoonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- 17, Tltusvllle.H. require $73Ocash; balance on time. bureau, washing iota, pianos, books", fine pipe from Chalice A Co' ? Those S-cent boxes: of candy Tot the

nvllle, Fla. Will pay cash for them. M. GBAJTSISS, Orlando, Fla. W S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. etc., etc. Great I aren't they ? children at Chaffeo A Co'.. .. t




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' I, I i I 11 11I A GRAND TIME AT HaDE under the glistening been 'of- .the .lll.
I U Indigestion
Inated palmetto trees, all adjourned to .
,1 SOUND. : few doses of Simmons Liver Regulator.It Table la Effect Jan. 19th. 1807.
I Cures' --- the houseboat-oow stranded high .ad will settle the whole question. "I Time

: .dry upon the lawn. Alongside, Mr. have tried Simmons Regulator for Dy ..::::::::::::
lUbe Sound was en fete 1a .Friday to relieve North Bound..
the thing Bound.
and find It l Is just south
Snider had laid large platform,-serviog pepsla
week: <>'On 'that day the !tint social of A small dose after ".meals Is NO .
me. 83ATION8.No.
.C\lrelltlllk..tnfa r T. A.; now as a ballroom for the dancers and S. Perkins, No. NOs'" JS"S7 stn 78. v".7.1 hRta
Mr. Indigestion-S.
-magnitude was given by to prevent STATION8. 23 u. =
of Hood's Sarsaparilla, EC tot the .of medicine to I Lv Miami .. ... on/ m 8 !
ly BLc&H now as an auditorium display Sharon '>Gla. "It la the best 811u 1 Alai 49 .. ? "-
u for BO other onedlcine. Snider, of Cincinnati, who It as created- I Black. Jukle .. 8 : 10 2n' a 763 p ;. ::. .. LvLemonYty.. .. //1011. hi. 4Nr
the local histrionic and vocal talent. aid dlge&tlon.-J. J. 8t. Augustine. Lv Ft 1..aiUorilale. / / IILvStAugllotine.
It-e Ar .. . /1/13. m. :
It.lllfr.d.cure recorded In truthful, tliereiiis no word better corpreBses .. 6 4iat411a 10311 a ........LvUnt..n.. ... .... 8411.m. ,
The scene composed of the lighted . ..IU/III a .. ,11lIa..UnK"
convincing language of gratelul men and lovely'Winter home on the eastern shore .... . ....... Lv W Palm each 720.. m 10 00a
:Houseboat lanterns and ,lamps' of Boston's busiest thoroughfares LvE.'I>ah.tka.. 930"1I a .. .. .... : .. ... ArRoy'll'olncl'na T 80 '1116
women,' constitute Its most effective ad- of tills .prettiest of all the Indian River Japanese In one "Cole Ar Pah.tka. ... .... g :6Dn:: 114$ a ,, ,,,, ......... Ar Palm N''ch Inn 78/1./ a. .. ]t
reads / Ilia.
TerU lng. Many.ol these cores are raarTelous. reael o-r-.the first fete of lzeithesettlement Illuminating\ the improvised floor. its there Is a sign which Lv I.ah.tka........ qia IO /1/1/'I i a. . .... .... Lv Palm Web Inn 7 40 a miiO m 10211a '
any III
I ot > ; and the 'grouped Wood dealers In wend and coal." ArR..n. l\h.teo .... 12lop . .... .... Lvlbuy'll'olncl'na 740 a ,
the valsing occupants & hI m,1025a
They have: won short .. tl P.; ,
life Mateo
'has seen In Its Iv Ban 41a I ach 7 M a. m 3lIa

.: .. the people; have given Hood'a SarsapalUla extending ran further back than the spectators, was brilliantly picturesque, LV llrmol>ll.. ........"... 10 la III 1110 411'-P .. .. ..... .".Lvltivlerabe. .,... 804 a hi I IiI;'%r j j

the largest sales in the world, and closed In by the visible darkness of the Unlike most proprietary medicines, Lv Lv sort lI..yton.Orange. 110 P . ..., .... Lv Lv Hobe W.Ju Som.d.titer .t.. 89J 84.1 a am'm !5l! -
j .... ...
nineties.; .
U lOa 18J "
I have made necessary for .its: manufacture moonless night. the formulas of Dr. J. C. Ayer's sarsaparilla Lv ewfiroyrna... 2 UI p o . .... .... lvAlirla..M... Bur am : l'I
the monthly meetiag of the Gilbert's LvOak Hili.I .. .. ... 1x1
I At Lv Stuart. Oillam. : :
mrth. Hood's .
the greatest laboratory on The festivities tot'mlnated'about lip. and other preparations are cheers LvPituavilto....... i 12otlI.: 23/1/ .... .. .. iu1LvOttyt'olnt
: LvJen ,
. : : : : : : :: en. UIIJ a In
baa Bat.;Yaeht Club and:: e members'friends.en who s04p.
h the It ) .. 1el
cures physician
known by sent to
fully any LvEden..932ain.
i Sarsaperllla and Mr.'and Mrs Snider have to be alii .. . .... ...
l'' made_cureact scrofula, salt rheum and the 14th inut, a hort>Hver m., for them.: Hence the special favor ao Lv (o.'COl..... .... 10 Pp .. .. .. ...: I.v Fort I'teroo.... 10011 a m 12 :/01'.. Saa l

>, eczema .cures. charming garden party, destituteof \ by the World's Fair commissioners ......... .. I' . ...... LvltA.land. UI.lla"mLvSarno. .... '
and weak nerves>cares of d'lpepefalIver; rendezvous on Friday morning .Jan.! .. lOOp I' .... .. "" .j
widen prove any untoward incident to ,mar the Lvllielhonrne.. ... .... :4-4)- p ..... .......n LvMelbollrne..Il44 a III. 19sp'tANPiamJ .. .
troublee'caterrh--cosec ..
Lv i ..
22nd, -at.Sewall'* Point, Indian. 'Rivet. ..... //11111 P ....... ." Lv HarlK 1161 am. .. I e
pleasure of themselves .or their guests.; 'In olden times were the spinners Lv9ebautlxn. 668 . LvEanOallie 11114 a III trlf1l" f
Mr. Snider who was present with his Spinsters LvStLnelo. ... I' ' 'I
n ; Lv ltockledge htls 128/11'/ III : :
Invited CommodoreII. Next morning and after breakfast, the of the household-unman led sisters LvF"rt Pierce.... .a.0.9: 08 i. .... .... 61 l LvOtstna.... .... 1l41tp: III .lWp....
house at .. ..... 600
6311 a
party, once ... .
HoodsSarsaparilla I.vEelen .. .r. .. p Lv ('ttyl'olnt .. ....
: launches Nancy aDd Buckeye were the usually doing the work. ..... .... 8'11' ........ CI1I1& .llIlIIlpw.
E. Sewall and all the members of the of wife LvJtmrt .. ... ..... 634 a LvTltullvllle.. .... 1211 p m791pl S21p ,
...... ... 64111
In position to receive the tow-lines of : LvOakUm .. ., 201pm... "
: "
his ..... 702a
with film and .... ,
club to spend a day I.v Alicia. . : ...,.. Lv New Smyrna... 22111' m 40ip
721 ....... 762 a
and amid.rmuch ..
their respective charges, Sollnd 1 I'
I..be .
.... .. Lvl'ort 2411 .
with 88.1 Oraoge. ,
Sound Pili.
'Hole undertaking
at ,34 ........ a
MEN OR .... I I' ,
FAITHFUL LvW. Jupiter . .. ..,.
Lv 2117
of handkerchiefs the visitors Daytona pm 4.2111'LvRhller.
.... ... ll
waving 8" D a
.. ......
Mr. :MacGIll, of Jupiter, to meet the proceeded on their cruise northward WANTED to travel for responsible Ar W Palm Beach, 44np 810 Ip ...., ... 10211 a LvOrmon........ .. 800 1'111 44C111 l

t Is theherb! -aafactthe4ne' True lo dPurlfter. visiting yachts at the. north end of Jupiter with the quaint southern kindly 'parting established house in Florida. Salary ArItA.y'II'olnol'na. 8M1.. 8 P ............ Ar Lv Ran 8an Mateo Mateo....... S20 TOil I' RI m 8201'r
,mire liver ,n1i!""*asy to :If) arrows and, with their respective salutation of "Call again]" $"80 and expenses. Position per-man- AI'LvPabuH'ohInn.Palm. ?'h Inn P I I' . .. PaJatka......... bob pm 615jr'
MOyI18 Pstt3'1akneusytooperuW,28a.Free the fleet throughthat ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressee I.v Roy'l PulnrPna) Glop g r :835p; & ...... .Iv }'al..tka.. .. .... 4111 '
tow pleasure ..
launches J.v ElIOt alatka. 443Pm 1H31'
c. I envelope. The National, Star WeiitP Beach.. /I/ 2U l 845 P .. ... .....11
of stamped Lv .
l is the ignorance ..
;. ___ ------ .. .. u__ ---- dreadful bug-bear of all south Error policemen I.vl.lnten. .. .. .. .. .... .. "" .12 LrAr Ha tinlll 4l1J pp
----- Chicago.Daytona ,
arresting ideas. Insurance 13ldg., LvVtl.allderdale. .. .... 10 I1Ip .... .... 2 445p St. Augustine. S/ 2528 ml..I.: Igoi '
,. and bound rlvencraft and promising to entertain LvLemanClty.. : ... .. 2M1 Lv8t.AIljlIlItlne... 118II Otaellar Iii
I all corners, and endeavor to make ArlllJam .. ...... .7."P.' 1101011 u PI' .... .. .. 446 Pp ArJackaonvllle. 6411 p .. .. 105a1x: ;

the to everybody.' TminsandSE.Aaqel. 82. 811. and 78 between
Accepted Masons outing ai.pleasant one A..tt 'V. BRANCH. Jack'ont,

... i The Invitation was readily accepted by *.....wf---... ..... ...." Trains 2 i all tlne.and ex dally.. between Jarksonvllle s sSE.
I t : STATIONS. No 2 No 4 Augustine, dally to ,
Commodore Sowall and Vlce-Commodoro except flunday.
\ dika0an Ae 18np 64np 'rraln 2011 between Mlllmi: and Fort .
,(behalf of the members of L ew-8myr .. Plea .
Tyndall, on all .xcept Monday. -
I t I Indian r4,1 '...TlfcusvllleOflti.. the club, and' on Friday morning at alt Transfer Stables. g 71IH: 52: Lv" Orange Lake Helen'Ity 12 1211111'sop 4fOJ 11411J'' All? oU'.r. trains south of SU. Allb'llsllnea tins I

III war livery Sale & 30/11/ blkt! Ar,0. City Jllnc. Lv 11I31il a 4Cp! e"celt Sunday.
Lodge, -No. 00 early hour>Air.: Solder's and Mr. Ma<> '
Buffet, parlor ears on trains 86 anti 78 between
.Ill's launches.! were at their stations, in; Jockaonvllle and

1 Holds its iiwetlnKs tlio Monnil, and. fourth Frlilnv readiness to ,receive all the hawsers of ThE FINKST TURNOUTS AND CAREFUL DRIVERS. Miami."I 7i

of each mouth. at tlU) Court IIUIIHU;ffitus-. fered. They towed the following yachts, Trans J. I). KAHNKIt, S. J. FORD Ticket Agent, .Of1
vllle, utTswp.mi.A. I Hauling, Carting, etc. Horses boarded and a General Livery Business Awt't Gen'l Ttuttenger'Agent 220 W Bay Strwt I 1'
into the
I I i T. 'Foost.."" Worshipful Master! with their.respeetive.. guests, acted. Charges reasonable. All orders will receive prompt and careful attention

J I Joo. W. -$col>le', Senior Warden. Sound. Fifty miles of roads. for
I U. K. lnlj\ Junior\VaI'den., The yawl Ticket, Commodore and Mrs.. C. IL TELLICIER' Proprietor.Take .

I j J B., MendelSecret.al'Y.U. WllHtta.TreawMrer./ Ha Henry E. Bewail and Mr. and Mrs.: C. II. the Yellow Hack, Third Avenue. The Tropical Trunk Line.

M.:\ 8. H"ms'Senlor I>eUJon. <'ey. ,

i 1 J. A. n pper ette, 'Junior Doncoa. The yawl Trochee, ViceCommodoreE.

I A. A. Stewart, T. II. Sanders, stewards.It. C. I). Tyndall, Mrs. Tyndall and & West
Jacksonville Key |
I I A. ClelReiyClmpUln.A. children. THE PAINT STORE. Railway

I I''I I FroBClier, Tyler. Shop Madeline Mr. Seager, Aukona JOSEPH: H. DURKEE Receiver.

accompanied by Mrs. and Miss Florence .
IX .1 INErnrrLB
Time Table In Effect Dec 20. 00.
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Pinkerton and others. No: NoD No. 21. l'io.23' 'ill.' 32. N". 7x. xaD

'Sharpie Gladys, Mr. and Mrs. Wills ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS, ::::-:-Local: .OOOJ' al.v..JA'K80NVILLE..Ar i30am' i4 ji \ 1.e.1I

I I. Editor/ Adrecatet! .. .. .. .. Mixed OMp tl87a ..., .. Orange Park.. ..... .... 8112.10 812pm 1I1d
and, Mr. Sam Cairow., .:. Mo W'y 948p 004.. ...,... .. .... .1.eorla. ......... .. .. 640am 604pmTlnrk'
I Tile plneai>ple a capacity furiremuoeratlon superior to x7j1gapers .. .. .. ..... 1016p 927a.. "I.OreenCove. Springs. ..... ... 800amlt3pm. / /tSar
\ : I in America, companied by Mlss'WIllmnn! Miss Hentz ..."..... .. ..... ... .... .. .... .. .n..twlck. ...... .... .. .. . .
tiny agriculturailenterprise .. ...... 10 30a! 1I:10p: 1001110.. .... ..... ..l'.latka.. .. ..."....'... llOOam 4/111pm/ 3olpi1t
and all that its now needed Is proper and Mr. Shaddock. Accompanying the ..... Ilia 1204a 1042a.: .. .... ......Satsuma .... ..... .. .. 428.am 42\1pm 2:1'p.: '
manipulation. (The mere pwxluctlou of takers was the launch Bessie Bell, Mr :::.. .. 11 4/1a./ 1219a 1063aPomona.: .. .. . .... .. 4t4am 4 IT" m I ITpi12ISp
I U ..08m1matter\ when compared Outride Cold "VTater-' ; Paint: ... ... .. 1216a 1I117a...... .. .('re centCltyJunctlon. ,. .... aIlS am 40apm 12ipi:;
I : I pineapples ; Harris, Eden, owner, with whom were ; .. ..... 10011 1255a: 112:4a.: .. .. ...... ..8evllle.... .... .... ... 8:18am: 845pmlain ,
to other lfIbarall 1e.ta. Unlves ........ 230 P 13 a I1l1l1a., .. .. ..DeI..eon Bprlngs... .... ... 2M am 2111pm ii IDu288p
j thoreoanbeaemelmprovements'in the Mrs. Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Harris, Senr., ...... .. 2ITa 11 02p.... ...;..... Olonwood .... .... ....... 241lam 30llpm lore ;
inudo .f disposing of pineapples, and Mr. Seery, Waveland. I. E. BAIRD & CO. ? .... 400p 200a 1217a .... ........lIerelltord....... ....... 230am 265pm leapt
j I present .. ...... 43n .... 1286aAr: ...... .... ...... .... ?.. ..... / ....
I the business will be wrecked try sharpers. The Lady May, Mr. G. E. Andrews, ...... .. 820 p .... ... IILv. ) ,DeLaod fAr..t.... ... .312pm ..

The producer Wholly In the liantlstofthe with :Mrs. Andrews Mr. and :Mrs. JACKSONVILLE FLA. .. .... .:... .... .... 02 Mh.. .. ..Enterprise: ...... .... .. ... .. 1118 am ..
speculator to accept ,dust what he owner, 53 West.Bay & Laura Sts., .... .... .. ... .. ........ 4 411p Ar ....... ..Tl'II.8VILLE.. ......... Lv. t910am
W. II.- Robinson, :Mrs. II. W. Bessey, ........ .... .... ...... .. .. .. .... ...... .Panla........ ..... .... ....t.....
ohoosos to Rive them, without any ,ay Taints Oils Glass Varnishes and Room Mouldings. .... .... ..oo.... ..... ... .. ..... florrento......... ....... ... ....... ,
,or remedy whatever. their part Mrs. II. D. Hoke, Mr.\ and Mrs.\ Oberlin oo.. .. ....... ....... 8401'' .. ... .......Mt. Dora........ ... .. ..... 84/1am./
L No enterprise Jive under such -011'- (Ohio Mr. and MI'". Harmer, :Mrs P. . .... ... .... .. 405pAr.. .. ... ....Tavarell..Lv... .. ..... .630all1..
has boon madeto ), .... .... 520p 800a .IUUpAr......... .. .Sanford..Lv 188am Il1l/aul 9Wat rarAltamonte
instances. An attempt M. Aston, Miss Puruam und Mr. C. B. ..... .... .... ..... Sr.rlngll.......... '. t
relieve the present state of affairs by NOW IS THE TIME ..... ...... -, .... ..oo. .. ... .'. .. .... .... ... .... ...Winter ark ....... .... .
t the I. H.; & Jj. W. JPlneapplo, Growers HarrlHon, all of Waveland. ..... ..... .... ..... .; ,....... ........ 420a 218p ?...... .. ...Orlando... .. ... ..... 1206pm 1266am.Klass .
.As oc'lation. "'rhey.ueceededdn, making From Jupiter Me.: MacGill, in Ms ... .... .. .... .... ... .. m mee. .. .. .... ,...
..... .. .... .... Ar.... .. ..... Il1rtow . ..... .
corner. on the trade., .but they made it launch Nancy, brought Mrs. MacOIll, TO Place Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON & GRAPE-Frnit TreesThe .. .. .. ... ..oo 8/1Oa/ 422p .. ..... ....oo.L..keland ...... .. .. 930pm 1035am..
mistake and put the speculator, In the BIrkner .... ... .... ...tl140a 445p .. ...... .. .. lartow.. ........ .. ,. TOllpm 1013ain .
( leaving themselves ouUldo. They :Mrs and Miss McCoueoll, Mrs. .... .. .. 1I11t11' Ar..Punts Oorda.Lv. .. .... t1100p' 01 .
.corner, market .Hiss Edith Carlin, Dr.,MacQlll\ :Mr. Mo- ...... . .". .830 64.RpAr..; .. .. ....Tampa..... ...... .Lv 860pm 9211 a III .
have isms control ie the now Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions in freight for 00 days. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..... .Tampa Bay Hotel. .. ,.. .
thaw. they had before\, 081 ml>ly ,because Connell and Mr. Henry Carlin. Take .advantage of this generosity; by placing your orders with Geo. II. Wright, ...... .. .. ....1 1120. 623pAr. .' .. ... .ortT..mpa..Iv710pmlI4IIam.. ...
Ga i.. j they have, out oft competitiontUo very and Orlando Via. where ..... .. Mon and ThuTII 10 IH'I' Jv. ....... Port Toml'a...... .;..Ar 236 P m ThIlTe. an.1 lion.
and Snider can
nooiled nd the Mr. Mrs. party, con- you get .... .... Toes d II' 'thing/: that Is given Misting of Mrs Baldwin, Mr. and Mis. ... . Wed and Sat. OOOaAr.. . . .. ..Jlavana. ,.. Lv 1230 pinWep ,"!. an p.. whole thing away to a fowrapoculators. Strictly First-class. Stock True to Name
Wallace 1\lI\ Miss Helen Wallace ,
'I itbe owner, while they we deft outJn the Wallago, Dally. t Daily except Sunday.

t iceld.: Combinations" are often good Mlsa :Mabel Snider and Mr. %d. and at Low prices.B3T" Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Card.

I investments but you nitwit get in.itho corner yourself and leave the 1:5T: Ocala 1250p: LeeHburR 5:4f: ), Krookgville 7:So p. m. Train leaving; Jacksonville at H.ma.n:
other! follow outHlde-tl>atiiti.lf you ,want ; and upon the formidable invasionof GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando, Fla. arrives at Ouklan 4:13: a. m., Lacfwilu'e 6:40: p. m., Tarpon Springs U12ol": 10., cloarnaterlo.Hr: !
,I ;.turkey instead, of crow. the Hobo bound contingent In the 10., St. Petersburg II ::15 p. m., daily except Sunday.W. .. .
i I don't want to ho understood as attempting forenoon, among whom were Mr. and General Superintendent.. General I'aaoelljor Agta: '

: to criticise. the. 1 pineapple nnsoilatjun. Mrs. Reginald Scrjoimtnon and daughters,
( It Is", a food orgAnlrution' and -
I ( --- --- -
': these little .lips-lip" will happen In 'the Chas. Smith, Clma. R. Snrjeantson, Walter '

I \ bust .regiihitttl families.\ :They have tokes, Adrian Stokes, A. Goldy (of The Florida (Central & peninsular Railroad
made mistake in muni pulatliig sales
a. Gomel), It Blake (of Lynton, England),
they row trying! ; to pull the' apples up the
i .I hill with the twJl-board out of the curt. Chas II. Jlendorson, W Govclon Brown, East Coast Short Line between Florida and all Nortl-ern Points.
Brick Co.
I By the time you' reach the top your curtwill II. Mitohattle, etc., etc., the /number of -
Everett Savannah Augusta Ga. Columbia
beoxsnpty' nail your applos.he picked holiday maker fell little short of one Washington, 'Ii
". l Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.
J up by tlie IntoriiMjdlate men. The -pineapple -; hundred.,

': I' growers will\ have to got cut .of Jacksonville, Florida. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati I
that, or else get out of the luntiuoKS. The strangers were surprised and delighted and Chicago

I I will sLy\ ifOHt what I conceive to lie>> ; with the beauty of Mr..Snider'e Are AN U FAC1URIKG GOOD HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESfor Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas City, SI

the only remedy. Establish canning grounds, comprising a lawn of velvet- Louis, Chicago Sioux City.

factories i mad wino PCOSHOS, and consume: like Bermuda gross In trim order, extending reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices. River Junction, Pensacola, Mobile, New Orleans, Texas, \ exico, Califoral''<

'ouroroprat'hotne: : never ship .at all. J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l :Manager, nod the Pacific Coast. Effective. Jan. 18, ISO7.fToRlOA .
What /be. sohl for -1& crate without for nearly a quarter of a mile
cannot / $ a New York Express No. 88, leave Jark' c
\, shipping U worth that for canning, along the river front, and from a plain Jacksonville, Fla. I wart vllle 8:20: a. m., dally, with Through I'ullout '

I :besides the benefits derived from build- about sixty yards wide, admirably adapted AsANra '. 0 A, n. Baltimore" Philadelphia Savannah Columbia New York. Wae6tnalav" and d f

,l tag up home Industries. Those factories for all klofla I of outdoor games, dntaMperscd I SAW AN!) PLANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD, 4' (1 a. .. a, Eastern polntsT Connects for Fernamllw
l should 1 not be Jujte.I. Arrives Jacksonville lil .
9 m.
I. .... 'oO .. .' ..<.._.1 f with !:glowering and foliage ..I.tk., FI... ;K.!: Bay St., Foot of Cntherlne.WILSON 0 w : p 32-l
betreflta to l lvestlbnled
rom Jt New No.
r, luuumy uutiunvcu u Was a a. r York and Florida Limited
.1, 'I. monopoly. In any business. is to control! shrubs, young trees, and fringed with I cis"tea r a, r train with compartment, IIb'f'::
CYPRESS COMPANY m' Lion, dining; and sleeping; oars; loaves AUI
the and market what does not r .i
output, cabbage palmettoa*, clumps of mangroves .i a. NAAINN nstineO.80a.ro./ Jacksonville 1100 a in, Ir!
I a apply In this instance. A nnnery. witha and the sea wall on the riverbrink xrept! Sunday. 31 returning arrives .15eksu .
I I capacity of 6,000 van per day Is sufficient ; Manufacturers of C a0d 1 A1.I. ? vllle a.3II" m, St. Augustine 4.40 p m, dally l a' \
I for practical purposed, and one ;, rising gently to a levelcrownodridge I / cept Monday. .

hoiild bo built at sash accessible point. having forty to .fifty yards more of Y 'a a a, u Ai New York Fast Mall. No. BO "l0n'"""I!
Jacksonville for ems
The growers should remember that a gra
with the mere handful of apploa shippedlast .carpet rolled out for Inspectionby ,. 1+ vllle to New York. No. 811 arrive Jack
green r4.
season" there was a depress-but In the L c... t O 9:00: a. m.Cincinnati.
I. market, and without some relief with i some gigantic Invisible titanic hand., A large' stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles, w5a ee"a. Ct80NVILIE and Florida Llmlt'd, Leave lost not" 'I j

the coming crop In the way of .a lumping After lunch, spread out under the lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring,: prompt shipments. Cypress Yt a ew p ,. a.aywu..us p son. n.vllle. time 6M: a p.little in. Arrive over 24 Cincinnati hOIl.... Solid 7.10\'"""Mbule

ground the results will be sad. It trees and pllm"tt.loll-liere must not ouVllngs of all patterns a specialty. S e x Train runs via Everett; Melon. Atlafm!*l
o* '.a4 {'hatt..O Connects for Nashville LOT j
JII to be hoped that the will <'ja.
"catch on'1 to the opportunity growers all otalt to mention the Indefatigable exertions When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. ceos. sirs a' .' ra..r .vllle St. Louis Chicago and all northern anti
or .
of Mrs. Wallace In of the yp % p western points.Ashevlll .
ImzariU. charge .- -_ -_ _" ___ h_ ________ u Route. Through Pullman W ''I'ID'|
YlSKAPPtK. commissariat and president af the kitchen + l f TO e t A Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah(0: 1Ma '

Jensen, Fl..,., Jan 23, '07. for her alert staff of volunteer servants eTG: ,Ashevllle, lintSpringsKnoxville, rt tbramt. ink; !
the Celebrated: Mountain Country u
1Chw.waw r
hod. \ never to wait; whatever: they HARRY MASON & CO. terrw. ,e" ,..antes Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 6.66 J'1 in. Ar...
t arriI
ri KxpONiiro/' to lMitea.se N Ives Cincinnati 7.15 a. m. Returning
called for was ready and there or elsewhere tl w Jacksonville 9:00. m.

'" Doe not the -the guests dispersed to the various ,, Only line Through the Hut Alll: .'
necessarily mean coa .4 Middle Pensacola.adEseambla l
1 I traction of disease, provided( the system amusements provided for the ..I.y.Jhll'lng U. MASON A Jobbers In Fine Imported CENTRAL V Country Bay, Leave Florida Jaekaomllls )::15 s: a| i
V 1 L. I Is In vigorous. condition. with the blood the afternoon there was lawn CO. slid Tf i;,q for Lake Live Oak Madison 5 n'i'2'' ,
iv Tallnhllll.eeRlver JunctIon. ;
A-' J I J pure and all the organs: in healthy action teonls, croquet etc., for the active; for w Bay Street.JAC1(3UNYILLE., ENINSUUR B.R I\' sax 1 New Orleans, and the southwest Pensarola.Mexico i Molj:, 811,: I Ifornia
When In such a condition l Is .rt *!*"
contagion( and the Pacific Coast. Carries
the more sedate meditation and. flirtation. Liquors and and Connections.
a' readily resisted and the disease germs Cigars High ,nmnT4T No. 1 arrives Jacksonville 8:lOll a. ni. ..I
\h I can Hntl no lodgment. Ii od's Saraparilia > A tug-of-war was organized be- ox ,Lba1Da Leaves Jacksonville 9::15 a. m.lor Slukt,lelar H> 1

I is the best medicine to build the tween America and Great Britain whWh e ATAVA thorns !Silver' Spring' ;, Ocala, Oainesvllle. 'rliJ J ,
up a'. 6a ,. ., .. ,. Key Wlldwootl, Leesbure Tavares, *p''
I system, because It makes pure, rich although scarcely In harmony with the Grade Whiskies Etc. Orlando, Lacoochee. Dade City 1'last tKJl'. '
blood and pure blood Is the basis of Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4:16: / p. m.
good health. In cold weather It Is especially new and up-to-date method of settling L. Holly Springs Route. St. Louis, Kansas City,No. 30.-Leaves Jacksonville II.M! p m. for linear'

1 necessary; to keep up the health great International questions, resulted In Atlanta, ftlrminKhain, Memphis, Kansas City. Through!; Pullman Sleeper" without c range lt'H *?
tone, because the body U subject to Whiskies-Imported a.4 Xfemestlo; Houthern Belle -ka.ct.y...... ... .. ...trom 'IJIO nl tenors to Kansas City. The route la via Macon Atlanta. BlrmlnRham.; Holly Springs, for
\ a peaceful victory for Uncle Sam.. The Brandies-Domestic >cach..bhi >kl.rrv. andestSsodttine.. : ; from per Ms,8prlnBtleld. and Kansas City. No. 35 return arrives Jacksonville 9 OO a m. ,'
1 t greater exposure: and more liable to disease. "old country" men did not to'be HlnHollan.OI..Tu.. .. .te.... ......... .... ..... .. .... . .... .. ..." ... ... el lie per galnot inl sine .. m.Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, ana i"Hlftnd
Hood's Sarsaparilla U the safe appear Rum .. .. ... .. ..... . .. .............. .from fromlAopergal fUM per sound fOIl"
guard of health. much affected by their defeat; but, aa Wtaea-Fort. sherry C ..awhy Muscatel Claret etc.., fraa. . .. ..... ...$1.00 gal ..100Loeal! for Everett. Clow connection for Brnnswlnk. Shortest and quickest. .
Clarets-FlneetBrands. ... ........... ........ .. .............. .......... .trom ,: : per Orris P. III.-Local for Tallahassee and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville 4.-16 mWI. II.III. I IJeepers.
Napoleon oc1 angrily to say of his 1Wtelalnear.. ..................... .. ..... .............,.,..,...........--... .,.... .from $a.2bperease ljoper d.... P. ..-For Tampa. and Intermediate poln". Pullm.n ArriveJcksonvina7J; be-
i, Husband was originally the houieband, Ineular foes : "Those stupid Islander Jr 'All other Fine. Brandt at equally Low Prices. vine Through I.M p.sleepers m., arrives fur Clnetnnatl Cincinnati 7.15.via Ashevllto. m. leaves Jacksonville at 6.65 p. .ro., arrives

ocbond of union of the house. cannot understand when they are Jugs and demijohns will bcr packed In boxes: whoa so requested without ox-: For Macon. Atlanta. twe Train. Dally. Lave Jacksonville 8-20:! a. m. and I/I:/ }p. m.SIAI.mer .
tra coat refunded for "Manatee" from Tampa for BraJdentoWil and Manatee River
beaten Money "ewpOes" when returned. F-aprea Company points.
r'As : will\ .
Yuilmaalleepersonan ."-1 TraIII.. Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa.
,. If tombstones) are to be trusted, bad it drew towards evening, and after take Send Ibiaor for Price C. O.List D. or Send Calttrpob'money':with order to save delay and trouble. er: Seed, for nest IDdesed Tawnablp Nap oC Florida to -
; ; JfAfiON* CO. .
glen. never die. .ft substantial. supper bad been dispatched :301\ SOT, 300, 311, W.'IS.St., (Maion& Block) : 'j/iCKiOjnmiJB, FLA. Trmffla JlulCer., A.. O. MACDONM.L General. 1'aaHDger.Ad t


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>fe sional Cards. Tux Assessor's Notice. Few consumptives believe they are In DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?

t. danger till medicine IH of little avail.Ayer's ,

Pectoral taken the
Cherry In
BOBBINS. W ALTBR GRAHAM.. I will be at the following places for the Oranges
early stages prevented further prog-
S. & -.oILUlAAI.fi purpose of assessing taxes for the year : rose of the disease and saved many a Citrus Ti'eeP nt reduced 1>1'11'1'8. Are

1807 : I life. At any stage of phthisis Ayer's! budded at the ground <>u 4-)PHI-old

fATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Titusvllle, Monday and Tuesday, Cherry Pectoral affords great relief.Hall's florida Rough Lumon stocks. 3,000 of are heavy feeders of Potash.
them are TnnllfF, others are Parson
lounx:From 10 to 12 a. m., February let and 2nd. Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, Homomuuin, Potash exerts a marked influence .

't,1 and 2 to 4 p. m. La Orange, Wednesday, Feb'y 3. Bowling/ billiards and card playing/ are Prlii mph anl Common Grape Fruit, :bOc. THEPLANT the and
on quality
City Point 5.
VILLB. Brevard Co., Florida. Friday, unlawful Michigan, according to some each ':J!( .25 per UK( ). quan

:J. i08.Ittr Cocoa, Saturday, .I'. 8.II.Merritt. dead-letter statutes. I Boone's Early A Motfa Blood ;>0c. tity of the fruit. Florida soils;;i

iIl .cUoe in all the courts-etate and fed Monday each, $u) per 100. deficient in Pot
.1..,'w Georglann Tuesday 0. I being largely
Satsuma and Mandarin 40o. each.
oilitles for examining and perfect- Banyan, Wednesday, It 10. Hair Renewer renders the hair i ash of
Lamb Orange LOc each. a heavy application a
1aa Itles.UlY'ELWES. Eau Oallle Thursday 11. lustrous and silken, gives It an even ,

Melbourne, Friday 12. color, and enables women to put it up In I Seedless 100. Grape Fruit 50c. each, $40 SYSTEM.Notice fertilizer containing not less
- 'I a variety of styles. I per :
' Malabar Tuesday, .16. Also all of the varieties of peaches i than 13% ofActual

t' Jlicco, Wednesday, 17. I that are known to be best suited to this

NOTARY PUBLIC, Sebastian, Thursday IS. A diamond solitaire Is the popular gem South Florida section, Including the
STATE AT LARGE. Woodley Friday, "" 10. for an engagement ring, but the English new Free Stone Orange peach, that .

T Reams Saturday, 20. fashion of for the originated In Orange county and Is the
writing taxes paid for non- Bluff employing a ruby purpose -

rents and accounts collected Spruce Jensen. Wednesday, Tuesday, 23.24. Is gaining ground here. best peach yet out for this section. to Travelers.If [ be made. The best

rllle Correspondence. .solicited. Eden, Thursday 2ft. JAMES MQTT, groves in the state will bear
Floilda. 'I
Ankona, Friday 26. The way to cure catarrh Is to purify ORLANDO NURSERY, Prop'r.cWlnter Testimony to these facts.All .
Ft. Fierce March 4. contemplate a trip to point
Thursday I the blood, and the surest !safest best you any
Haven Flo.
)R JONES, White City Friday "" 6. way to purify the blood Is by taking North East West or to any Florida shout Po.a h-ib.rtaoltse/Its nte by actual .*.

1 i Fort Drum Monday, 8. Hood's Sarsaparilla, the one true blood ....."' ..l on tbs .bait farms la lh. Un". Si.,. -It
LTTORNEY-AT-LAW. Canaveral, Wednesday 11. purifier. point for reliable Information, through sold In a Hills book which we publish and will ilsdlyail
.frae M any(um.la America: who will writs fur II-
Mr. Harry Watton will act as my We Send it Free rates and most convenient schedules, GERMAN KALI WORKS

ILLS, BREVARD CO., FLA I deputy at the Haulover precinct anyone MMUII bt,Nsw York."
ab, Hood's pills are prompt, efficient, always write to the undersigned, who will 91
I making returns to him will receive reliable, easy to take, easy to TOWeak-
City Judge of Brevard County. all letters and
answer promptly, give
the same attention as if made to me. operate.If

Blank returns will be left at the different Men you any necessary Information.The I NATIONALHomeSeekers
b. LJ-DODSON the crows make much noise and fly
postoffices the county, also at the Routes offered via. the Plant
round and round, expect rain. ,
DENTIST. 'court house in Titusville. Please remember System the equipment and excellent
1 the day and date above men- Three Excursions to Jamaica. Young and Old. service ate unsurpassed by any line REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

I tioned, and should you have any grievance I.
Office over postoffice.I Rejoice With us in the Discovery. Through Sleepers are ooorated on all\
I meet me at that time and have the The Plant Steamship Line Informsthe

tr.E, FLORIDA. 'evil corrected. Respectfully, ADVOCATE that one of their mall trains of this System Insurlag Luxury, Exchanging/ Property for Property n

J. F. WOOTEN. steamers Is appointed to Bail from Port When a man has suffered for years Comfort and every convenience. Specialty. Send DoHcilption! of what
Tampa on Ftbruar112th.Iarcb 4th and I with a weakness that blights his life and
OAULDEN, robs him Address you have, and what you want
March 20th for Port Antonia Jamaica; of all that really makes life

LTTORNEY-AT-LAW ,Men who believe the most achieve the leaving for Port Tampa February 10th, : worth living If he can avail himself of a R. L. TODD, MALABAR, Indian River FLORIDA.C. .
most. March 11th and March 27th. I complete cure, why not possess the

,Joe In all the Courts of the State Rates between Port Tampa and Port 'moral courage to stop his downward Div. Pass. Agt., C. CARROLL,

and the United State Courts. Who judges another condemns him Antonia, one way, $40; round trip 70. ,, course. or C. H. HOWARD, City P3II Agt. Real Estate Agent.

'.4*ax.23o.. TITUSVILLE, FLA. I self. Port Tampa and Kingston, Including We will send you by mall ABSOLUTELY

|j| Honey to Loan. leREEMAN railway fare from Port Antonia one FREE In plain package the Jacksonville. 1'111.ROYALj .

way, 42.50; round trip $75. 'All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S VITAL The Largest and Most Com-

A FALSE TEACHING. legal guarantee to permanently cure plete Establishment South.
Beware of Ointments for
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Lost Manhood,Self-Abuse Sexual Weakness -

That H_'. Chief End Is to Crucify Spontaneity tarrh that coptaln Mercury I Varicocele, stops forever night GEO. S. HACKER & SON
oil tbe Cross of Drudgery.; I Emissions and all unnatural drains. !teI ,
yflle, Florida. turns to former emaciated
I appearances
The Rev. Charles H. Purkbnrst writesof As will the SY.PILLStJJlEWO.VItRV I
surely destroy
mercury II
jsentlog all the bent and organs.No
strongBrance "The Young Man at Play" in TheLadles'
sense of smell and compltely derange the I
C. O. D. fraud
nor recipe doceplon.
Companies. Is ,
prepared WKVrRfAILA
Journal. lie asserts that
lines to amount Home whole system when entering it throughthe If we could not cure, we would .safe rJi.r fur HUP- I
any anywhere "it is rather than toil that is most mucous surfaces. /Such articles MMittjr orpnlnt.il
st Coast. play not send our medicine Free to try and : :: : : by over,.oo.
germane to our true nature aud that should never be used except on prescriptions pay when satisfied. Write today as ... or....". ,...

jra lies closest to the divine intention. The from reputable physlcll\nlll as the this may not appear again. .null Imitation lw....Jtfm Hwim U

BAY BADE COUNTY. care needing to be exercised aa to the I damage they will do to the .tip....r, .Kttm| 4o li"*
EWAN derive from Address: Western Hold by Itvcttl
them. Medicine
good can possibly
you Company
| pgrviaelEee.
quality our amusements never !
f r U. S. (; COMMISSIONER Hall's Catarrh Cure manufactured by : N, Chita.., in. 7

Public be construed into a verdict against F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, 0., contains Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich.
tary State at Large. amnsementa in themselves considered. Sold by J. 13. Soi oven, oily
and Is
no mercury Internally, acting -
Selected; Conveyances made. With most of us the play impulse stands / directly upon the blood and mucous

ndence solicited. Address: far in need of encouragement than surfaces of the In
View Hotel system. buying FAITHFUL MEN OR :,f
5 Office, Cocoanut Grove, It does of restriction. The proverb, 'It Hall's Catanh Cure be sure you get the WANTED to travel for responsible

Ewan's Landing. is better to wear out than to rust out'is genuine. It Is taken internally and is established house In Florida. Salary

true in form but false in s i1it.' The made in Toledo, Ohio by F, C. Cheney 1780 and expenses. Position perman I Manufacturers of

JE W. ALLEN, flowers do not wear out, but neither do & Co. Testimonials free Sold, by ent. Reference. Enclose lie If-a, ,lreHsed When you

r they rust out. Druggists, price 75c. per bottle. stamped envelope. The National /Star plant seeds, plant Doors Sash Blinds
Insurance ,
LTTORNEY-AT-LAW Bldg., Chicago.
1 "One reason why so many people are
i whether life is worth living is FAITHFUL MEN" OR
s sit, Florida. that we are teaching ourselvts! that WANTED to travel for responsible F RRY i Moulding and Building Material.
-What do
need In the of
established house in 1< 1111'1 d
Wii practice in the United States man's chief end is to struggle and to and 1Sidary envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Office and Warerooms! King Opposite
Id to i Courts. Ojun05 crucify spoutaniety on a crows of drudg $780. Reference.expenses.Enclose self-addresned permanent. leads, statements, tags, cards, eto 7 Always the best Cannon Street,

We not arguing for indolence. We shall be to have share of
ery. are The National glad a your
stamped envelope. /Star For ala sagwhrn.
Indolence is as distinct from playas a Insurance Bldg. Chicago. work. Charleston S. C.
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, pool is from a mountain brook. But D, M. FERRY fa CO.. ,

we shall be greatly disappointed in heaven Deholl Mich.
ATTORNEY.--AT-LAW/ -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine

SOMVILLK AND TAVAKE8 FLA. if it does not give a great deal of .Notice. No. one, "5; No. two, 910; No. throe, $15 Sash Weights, Cord aDd
for to issue in ao-
opportunity energy Titusvllle Fla. *
(continue ,
to practice In the courts tivity that takes no thought and ia a joy In the Clicult Court in and for Brevard
Seventh Judicial
Circuit. All Hardware
i before the United States and to itself and ail experience that will County, Florida: ,

Circuit Courts will receive the be saintly in heaven can hardly with -IN ClIANCEItY.

I attention of Mr. Alex: St. reason be criticised as limp and puerileif Agur Wliix-lcr,plaintiff, Window and Fancy GlassA
Lbrams. indulged ill before we enter heuveu. VS. I 1 z'' NTFRUITTREES!
Minor S. Jones, aM and la SPECIALTV.Choice
Ills oapntilty as Administrator pea
He Got Judgment.A with the will annexed
F. II. HOUOUTON of the estate of Charlie. r
Washington attorney is rather T. Verbuke, deceased. ; and HIGHEST. ROFIT AND PLEASURE .
noted for the facility with which he Minor S. Jonas an and Inlilx liilllto foreclose. .
He has capacity as Trustee for Mortgage | WHIT TO Wines Liquors
: DENTIST forgets obligations. Charles T. Verbeke, de- sl .d.
owed a certain grocer f 8 for a year or rpiuted, J. n. Terry and s THE POMONA NURSERY and Cigars.

stif two. The other day the merchant con- and Clara J. n.Margaret Terry( and Verbeke Clara; LOWEST PRFREIGHT .s MACCLINNV. FLORID. (lunnmteod Pure.

as, Florida. cluded to try a new course with him. Margaret( Verl> kje, Individually -
.,,,ter him in his store ho said : defendants. at I1IM will tell you whst to plant amt Sold at red need
Meeting BOW to jlsnt it. w. have .
appearing by the afllilavlt of D. L. Qaul- price
;-1FRIES. "Judge I have a customer who owes IT attorney( fur complainant.. lieu In this In stock e full line of everything needed In r
'H > C. E. me a small bill and has owed it for along .. that the defendant Clara:\ Margaret( THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD. Im|>.,rto . ..l. Verbeke, resides. without the State of Florida, pREPA110
time. He makes plenty of money, Poach* Plums, Pears Persimmons Winerfrom
.! COUNTY SURVEYOR. and without the United States, and that she resides Mulberrlee, sub: 'I a
) Oraaass Bos.s si< our liulwi. Itul .
'tli do ,
\j but won't pay. What would you ? In England( at some place unknown to af
dent and that there Is no In the state ofNlorriathe
I legally surveyed and sub-divided. "I'd sue him said the lawyer em- service upon whom of a ul>iioena. a THE POMONA NURSERY John B. Togni

phatically. would hind the ,said Clara Margaret Verbeke 4 1' ........... FI.rld.. .
neatly done. Estimates fords defendant I and that said Clara Margaret Ver.bekeis = lY
the account ia
"Well, I will pat age of twenty-one yearn. And Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Jay Mt..
of engineering works. DIe- your bonds," and the merchant pre- that eOr.h: : J. B. Terry resides without: the
state of Florida and his resldeni-e and mmtoHlceaddress JACKSONVILLE: FLOltIDA.Whol..I. .
sented a statement of the account --- ----- -- ----- --- -- -- ---------------- -- -
Des a specialty. l Is Boutuold state of New York and
against himself. that there Is no person In tbe state of Florida and Itetall.

N, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. "All right I will attend to it." said the service upon of a subpotna, would bind the -- -
said defendant, J. II.Terry, and that laid J. li.
the disciple of Blackstone.A Terry Is over the age of twenty-one years.It WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.
few later the merchant received Is therefore ordered that the salil, defendant .
Margaret Verbeke do apprar at the aSRPP
the following note from the law. rlerk's office at Titusvllle, Ilrevard county SouthernRailway
AR & TAYLOR : Florid, to answer, demur or plead to the com : is
yer plainant's laid bill on or before the K i1
"In the case of against I
Successors to John McAllister.) FIRST DAY OF FEBRUARY, A. I>. left, .
took judgment for fall amount of your And It Is further ordered that the lalll defendant -,

ian Well Contractors claim. Execution was issued and returned J. n. Terry do appear.. at the clerk's olllre, THE SHORTEST ROUTE. .

'no property found.' My fee for demur atTltusvllleltrevardcounty or plead to the complainants,Floridatoanswer..,11111I11. on ABSOLUTELY What PEFFER'S NERYJOOR! Did I !!

!' EAU CALLIE. FLA. obtaining judgment is |10. for which or before It acts powerfully, and q allOther I
check. Will be TilE 20TII DAY OF A.D. IHII'7.Ant BOOM CARS DINING OAXs% 'nil. Ynong man ,.,.,,-in .net iimiihiMKli Old
amount please send gladto JANUARY VH20T70K PULLMAN DRAWING men renuverouetful Ylt ,,,.... A....Iut. Nwar-
in other matters in It. l Is further ordered that this notice be .. ..ii to tiir: .Sr.oranea.. Lo... llalltr.
serve yon any published In the IIKIMAK KIVEK AUVIHIATK, a THO&OUGHTABZ: : COACHES: VB8TIDULED TBAINal. lmi...teao..,) '.IHIr*:.. ....". ... V.w.r. .
which may need an attorney."- either a... VolllKST _.". \V..1.-
GES & GODFREY you newspaper published In said county once each
: ......, and all tftrt "f H'abul.. or emmMt nil
week for eight consecutive weeks
Star.A .
Washington 4mllMnf l o*. Ward off Insanity end oonniiniptlciiiIkm -
,T" Witness the iron. John D. llroome Judge( of '(l I..t dnmlM' Impone>...rlhh'.S.iibitUiiw on.
Manufacturers of said Court at the Court-house at Titusvllle NORTH EAST AND WEST. you tit imii".i It rlnhl*..grufitnr nrodb InxlNt' on h..
VIII.lfe.DuckllU1dontheMoor PKiCrKIt' send tor II
Unique .11I8
fit *
Florida, this tb day of December. A. 1) 18UU.
Can he oerrled In vast P!,''''. IT plain wrap.
secluded vil- A.A. STIEWAHT, Clerk. THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. pr.r. 01 per boa.or t<* wllu l A r..tt/v.
)w Pine Lumber has no Hy' C. It. Stewart,D. O.) W rtltaaUMrMf** to 5ur. a.lIetb.d the
Devonshire England
of ,
lage New York and Florida Limited on f', .Hold iljnuniUM.'
: j.aiii.Sold :
KMUiu: J.
public house, parson policeman or pau [Seal of Circuit Court.] [Deris Hw and Southwestern Limited JCH A t CfcleM

BOUGH DRESSED per. The squire owns all .' land. The Washington by J. B. Screven only.

i Box Heads. farms are small, but i .ble. Tbe And the United States Fast MIL -
Notice to Creditors.
t farm laborers live in the .tjnire'a cot
Fruit ft Vegetable Crates.er When they fall sick the squire OHLY: 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO WASHIHOTOH.: se VIAHt

delivered at any part of Indian HirerJjrh tages. usual and when of the estate of nidenn Col<|ti- OILY 27 HOUB3 JAOKSOHVILLE TO SEW TOBK. XPUIBNOI.MARKS..
their M ,
bill of lading. Anyone contamplatJcflne wages /THEcreditors
pays of Ilrevard deceased.
the East Coast,would do well to county eUdTset boledTr.ln.eomposedof Late t Improved Pullman Sleeping' <" sad H on
old to work more they will take notice that the administrator ol i
too any "
r prloe The Sawmill situated on tbe they Cws...roDllb""I....... rhan Washington, Baltimore,
the list and potter said estate has suggested the insolvency of the fork and Ue' Bask
I K. W.By.; S miles south of Falatka. are continued on pay same; I'bUad.1pWa N.w

about, doing what they please. Wherefore said creditors and all persons "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED"
ma flights Putnam CO.,Fla. having claims against said estate will be required _
The Grewsome Blahratta to appear before me, on or before UlUYestltmled Trains from Jan._vlU.toaoolnnaU via 11:....... Atlanta sad ChalUnoofa

apple. Orange and Lemon The mahratta wadkan, the THE FIRST DAY OF JUKE IWT, OILY 24 HOURS JAOK80H7ILLE TO OIHOIS5ATI. TRADR .
grewsome and file with me their said claim., or payment
Land For Sale Cheap. of the Hindoo assassin is shaped will be barred. OILY 26 HOURS JACKSONVILLE D..IO..
weapon fastened to the I This Uth: day of Kovemlx-r 1506.Mixon puiil _.... tut INPI.'POLI DETROIT. IT. VAUL OOPVMIOHTS *..
like a tiger' claws and H..Towns, CUICAO aU ....ai.CLEVELAND.. If.... ..... w.... Anyone s.idingC skesoh smt daMrlptloa m+ruKsVawwrtalnTrrae
ave for sale 80 acres of pineappleon fingers of the right hand by rings. With E.C. B. TvifDALI. County Judge. 4 w In.nlloa strlcUra M.
( St. Lncie river, a few miles been a treacherous embrace the murderer Administrator. novwto mjrJOjTAMPSTWHyN.THVFV THROUGH SLEEPING: OARS JACKSONVILLE TO ST. LOUIS. .proba6lf"' .IMt l.t>l
40 of which being northeastr claps his victim and team him open, Wi.............*.vIA .***...."' ....... B.rmln.h.m and Dolly Hpriaf In .... W have a Mann Wa.hliiiton.* Co. noel..

of northeast quarter of section leaving him mutilated in a condition ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. special eoua rJrouala

(other vwnshlp 40 38 is, south the northeast of range 41 quarter east; that leads the discoverers of the body to p.11_.. Os. MSMo .* Belly .prto ef*. ._w al r willo *... .*.. L aissk.o.vule SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN,
other wild beast -.TtI..ni.* lamest elralstloit. ofao
A3nt.Vll.l-e. beaatlfelly Illnscrated.
believe tiger or some nUU I t gviaAshnUletkroegk1k.
ontheast quarter of section 3, : I OsaeU sotentisojonraal.__kl,..Ura"'.ou a -
of, 41 east.e ba clawed the man to death. I "" lUNlnt Kfll SlJu.L> months MpolB susIe sad 1LAMUBou
_ship 38 south .
range kJMII lL7t I? I i "LAND OF THE, SKY. on I'ATaKTS seat,.... Aaarsse
above land can be bought for $10 -iFM'-.sn ti E EIEALS
ere. It is suitable for pineapple In 1861 Mendoza suffered from an DNA55 .:- M 0. n". .......tr. rtes.... ear r-.....a.. ..... e..tr to a.I Breaeway.. New w.....
e, lemon or lime growing. earthquake, which shattered many r Ired.o.RdtBouTE_ .AM.W..es- MIl-........

1 be sold in lots of 40 acres, for houses, and fire broke out among the
This land will soon be worth $.O ruin.*, occasioning the most terrible con BICGESTPLANIN I I. L I.IrJU )od4a .... Agt. .1' W" Nay Street, Jacksonville. PL I Idea thin*
Wanted-An a: imp**
T[[ L B.OJ"I
w W. A. ftU' ,
acre. flagration the city had ever known. &. Y. 01J'LP. I w pW.i1

ply to C. U. Walton ADVOCATE Over 10,000 live were lost on this oc atm lll avdaa.. THE SOUTH I D. "'=jtwe ti. B. Arr WR tr.A.L "'C: ea I I.y. J. Datahoafrat ::
; .r to Robbins A Graham Titar g a. ;,-.::.....1..-._ .l. ifli li 'I.IU prVases.... a
au casion. u. 1/M. __ Mil ro ctC lwe Ia_ "fW": "0611'40V


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1//' \ h1; j 1. INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE,' FEBRUARY 5; 1897..

: I'' I 4''t! -+ ,INDIAN RIVER ADYQGAIE. 4'I te rested enough to (itake the matter like institutions, and were a well. Notice.

; Dip| and inquire into its feasibility.P managed and energetic body of CRATES !

\ I I Ij this kind organized, we cannot but In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial, Circuit -
j. I .AWBBKI.Y JOUBWAL: DEVOTaD.O"a6[> DBVBtopmsmr think that the of the of Florida, Brevard County,A. D.
.' I i or TUB INDIAN: ".__. LAZE ROTECTIQN AGAINST ROST. 1807: For Best Orates at Lowest Prices Write for
} I WOJRtra AND BIHOAYVB BAVMCTtOHB. town would soon bear -a marked
II I The recent-cold snapellthoughit. Improvement. In deceased.Re. Estate of John Hetherlngton, TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES,

To all whom concern:
did. no damage' to orange trees may
notice that I will apply to the. Honor- LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.
D nd pineapple plants-wa an un- TARE of ,said court
; I EdUnrAWroprletor.MKMUKIt John D.Mroome Judge
Nails To
; I deasant reminder of the freezes FltOCEEXMNGS.TITUSVIIOJC at Orlando,Florida,or wherever the court Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate ,

\.1I' of 1891-S and called to .our at- may then be, on O. F, P PADDISON Eau Gallic, Fla.
} 1[
r it: tention the fast that fit, .were un : FJUA., Feb.,I. 'e7. A. D. 1897
THE FLORIDA PRESS.ASBtJC.IATION. wise to "lay the Mattering: function or aB soon thereafter as I can be heard by the -- .=
The Board of County Commissioners court for luave to cell, In the debts
; : A.FF1LIATKDWITH THE to our' souls" that because great described limits, in
met on the above date pursuant to ad- of said estate,the following Your '
National Editorial A ocitti.on. freezes have 'heretofore always occurred journment, with the following members the Florida counties, to-wlt of llrevard and Dade, !State: of Ship _

+ ''I, at vast.intervals of time, it present : Wm. H.-Sbarpe, chairman. ; J. That lot In Brevard county aforesaid 1. commencing -
The H. Walker, J. Mendel, J. Houston and at a point or i>loee sixty feet south of Fruits Hides Skins Etc.
will beso. necessity Vegetables
UIM(">IItlJllllm 1I of altvt< mtui t-boetade IllIr. always R. D. iloke; A. A. Stewart, clonk. ; J. I*. the North Fort thenoe Caprnn dlUib.In a on westerly the hank direction ,, l:1
Indian Rivers run ,
method of ;
..... of counteracting -
.Uy..1II otllea or toy writing.A finding: : some Brown, sheriff. ,parallel with the ditch, eight hundred, and of
/> '. frost'.is forciblyd'borne! in The following business was trans forty feet; thence north two hundred and, ten To the Reliable firm -

d i f ) I lreMall V_.< toI4TDIAN upon us. whenever- move than acted, to-wlt : above feet; thence mentioned easterly. ditch, parallel to Indian with River the GANDY & CO.
usually severe stress .>.of cold The minutes of last meeting were read : thence along said river in a southerly A. O. ,
: ; WVHR ADVOCATE, and confirmed. direction to place of l> Kl nlnq| .
t; Tuniwvj" J.tB>HSOUIDA.Cbeok i' weather takes place.. In this connection Ou motion, It was ordered that M. S. same range belnR 40 eiuit In ami auction containing 2ff./ township four 84 acres, south more of Merchandise Brokers and ,

h" the Pacific Rural Press Jones, na attorney for the Board, be or lorn. And also these l late lying in Dalle
I describes a method which is said ordered to institute condemnation proceedings county aforesaid and deucrllwd HS east, -hidf' of

$$1 ,eto.may he uiailel -tioCHARi.BHH. j to hit south of 42 east.
range .
Wmw ipublisher anddrrolrrtetar 15 a. m. 10 degrees. The: plan right-of-way for the public road between : A. C. DITTMAn, r. -
i __ _._ Jacksonville, Fla.
which led this result'' and the 10 Bridge Street
-- to Jensen and Ankoaa marked., viewed and Adm'r., of said/ Estate. ,
outfit Is both simple and cheap : laid out. This Feb. 1,1811T.) febB-20. REFERENCES:State hank of Florida\ Baker&: Holmes, Raymond & Knight, Southern Ex.:
f WE; .learn! with Mme eurprise, A petition was received and llled from press Company,or any Railway Agent ot this city.
"A of.
from a publication 'rejoicing in the piece 50 property owners, asking that some
screen,four feet square i 1''* fastened at the ------- ------ =
I name of the New York Tattrfnder, coroere to four stakes set or driven In action be taken by the Board to open Notice For Publication.LAND -------------- ---

I that duck6 are so 'plentlfOl' Six Inches In OFFICE,GAISKSVILLE FLA.) W.
feet from ground.
1 1 Indian :RIver that rthey are frequently tliekuess wet leaves or straw-isplaced, On motion, it was ordered that J. Mendel February I, 111U7. )} ,

t f caught with a hodk and with of crude be appointed a committee to take NOTICE is hereby (riven<< that the following-
I the -
on screen, a can petroleum : ; Retail
the Indian steps to collect: the county tax from the named settler bite filed notice of his Intention Wholesale and
line from the dock of underneath, leaves or straw
.. to make dual proof In support of his claim and
Phoenix Lumber Co. for 1809! for 12.00,
: River hotel at 1'Itusvlll:;' :It has When.the-oll. Is (lighted ?a dense white that. said proof will lie mnde, before Clerk of
and for 1891 1! for also Geo.
f smoke arises lonfi1ls the orchard : $13.00; against; Circuit: Court at Titusvllle, "'la..lIlarcllllJ. 18111! ,
never been our good fortune to B. Rumph for the tax of 1S05 for 4.i.20.. vie: Cluorire l W. Hclwyler, of Indlnnola! Fla., WINE & MERCHANT
and that it does not. rise muchhigher
L witness this performancetand we !So.heavy The list of errors, insolvents and delinquent homeMteaIIII.3Ua( ,for the northwest K of smithwent LIQUOR
than the tree.tops. There i Is an i4.section 14,township, south of range 1
list fur the 181)); to the
i 1 ;. fear we must add this 'to the list I entire absence of the-nooty smoke which, year 3rt e.He
I amount of $ O1.30. being presented by names the following witnesses to prove his !
I; of fish and snake stories whidli the In experiments, years gone by,# proved the tax collector: the same wall examinedand continuous residence n and I cultivation of ',I
invent unfit for use, because ior thoi. Injury! to said land, vis.I John Koch, of :Merritt Fla.; "
I vividly Imaginative are wont'to the fruit'but .in its : tead is awl lte accepted by the Board, and credit fleorfce K. Sweenoy.of Indlamila Fla.; Fredk 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.1' ,
j ordered to be given him. llanoIuFlu. Walter Sweeney,
for reasons best 'known to Jlmoke. .It Is claimed that of ; Bergman of ;

I them eh'o8. If the paths.thnt.deviate are : ooollll.rd these baskets;" are ample ,for a twenty ton-acre The report treasurer on the tine having and made forfeiture his monthly fund- of 2u.t1t(ImlUnolu.Fla. J.M.BABOO, Register. Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana, .'

found by this publication for the month of January, the same was -

i r nt' greatly as this statementdoes; examined and approved by the Board.J. Jupiter Inlet. Mexican and Florida Cigars,
for Houston and J. It. Walker were
from the truth; we are sorry '
.. I'' the -seekers after knowledge who [THE ARBITRATION (TREATY. appointed a committee to destroy the The engineers; who were sent to Jupiter .FIN.I FANCY G-ROCER-IES.
I warrants turned over by the treasurer. time to report upon the
follow them. some ago
t Ill'SiS try to The subject of the arbitrationI The committee, reporting/ having 'performed advisability of making an appropriationto WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goods.
asked to be' discharged
their I
the Inlet have reported to the
I ; which Is occupying the at- open Your Trade Solicited.If .
I Treaty, which was accordingly done. that JupUer Inlet Is un- Price List upon application. Jug
j'It' ; 'I'.DSBE will be a convention of I.ention, of the.people and press on On motion, the following bills were government worthy.of; improvement. you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.

:'i .county, school superintendents at i')oth ides.of the, Atlantic seemst audited and ordered to be paid i

\ .Live Oak on Tuesday the Oth ofFebruary. t o meet with general approval, D. L. Gaulden, prosecuting atty..$ 33 33
J. 2 loads of wood...... 2 00 ADVOCATE Titus-
\ tl' The convention la i entiled there is of the McCrory, [Remember, the ,
t hough\ ; course, J. T. Price, I" 100E. ville, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus
i by State Superintendent Sheats, u 8ual army, ,0f objectors on both W. Hall, coins as tax collector 100 11 a share of your work.]
"' under Section 133 oftke Revised! aides, who discover i motives whichIn A, A. Stewart, accountant. 15 OC New Fall Goods c

''I'': Statutes, who recommends :thattheCouty.Scbaol all ,probability .never occurred I Electric T. J. Cockshutt Light .regls. officer. 10 82.( 41 Established 1885. -

Boards. provide the of the scheme and
I'' to promoters
I T. T. Wetmore, ice clerk's office. 2 4C
for the expenses Incurred Iby .atr an id 'the framers of the treaty.Fr A. A. Stewart, clerk for Board.(1\( 511( L. BARBOT & CO.
An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods in
the conventionoutof tbeaebool kept
tending > <>m our own side one-of the chief J. Mendel, cop. mina & fin. stmt. 25 00 ,

'L ( funds of the several 'Coun- objections appears 'to ,lie ,in the Mendel, county com. . 440 "
i' Sharpe, General :
o ties. What say our Brevard fat It that ,the,.final appeal is to bema R. D. Hoke, . 24 00a. ,

Cou-nty- School !IJoard to (ohl!!'? ',Woe de tea man who wears a crown, R. Walker, 4 00 y prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt In
XH presume they would not expect and who is, therefore, by-some, ob- .J. Houston, .if, 1120J. u> y u> U> Etc.Our shipping 'One can depend to get good value for Ills
.J.. ill. Satin I'. Brown, clearing; jail pit. . 2 75 +a' d W
; County' :Supt. to pay scu re -of reasoning, !! Q. a a) :gcdaa'
i process .sup- ""'" money. We
'a -" Sell to Dealers
sheriff on inquest 7 40 = -.0"- only.Some rv
the out -of his own pock. ed be unable make im .... i3 ::!
expenses pos to to an II waiting on Board. 4 (00) co.:> :E ""
et. "County superintendents partial decision in .matters wherein feeding dogs . 4 (00) Q..C =- "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING,

I other people-are .never ,too oW to tie oaeeide.ie i ''represented by a ." county prix 0 30 Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Absolute

learn,.. o they lvould all attend.; repu blio .and the other by a mono .u jailor .. . .. .. 3000 329 & 331 Poydras St., Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
.\} U janitor .. 3 (00
N!I. and by -eo idtaing, they oculd oxchaage4dear archY. We are .not .personally ac- NEW ORLEANS, LA.
J. Waller, work on jail. . .. 140F. POLLAK & CO.
and .learn things that quail' ted with ibis .Majesty of 'A Gibson, coroner on Inquest 3 0(3( ( Canal Bank. _
I they would aot knew by staying at; wed! en, but we'cannot see.that be- E. 3. Quimby, jury 00 REFERENCE!:I (J Commercial Metropolitan Bank. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.
home. cause his .manly,brow .is .bedecked A. O. Smith, ," 00 ;
u "
C. Brown, 00 -
with the insignia of royalty, he *. .6
L. C. Seanor 00
'' houlti be less capable .of formingan It.. n. Carter, U (Oil) JAMES PIUTCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
WE want more good roads along New York Dental Parlors C. S. Schuyler, Cashier. ,
: '" the East Coast of Florida, .and. .especially unbiased opinion than any or- II.., L. Thompson, 60
'dinary mortal. The is to Pan pers 80 00)
in Brevard.county.; When treaty J. F. Wooton, cond. case Salmon. 12 10 INDIAN RIVER STATE
we have good roads, the farmers make a live-year: trip, so to-speak, ," makg. Agric report 57 (X) BAM

'. a will visit' town mOire frequently and if then it is ,found that the M. Jones, jurors Salmon case.. 78 ((10 ,
A. A. Stewart: award U U 150 01))
and scheme willnotwork atisfaotorily, : ? (Incorporated under the Laws of the
: consequently, purchase more State of Florida.)
(k F. Faddlson, lumber. 317
the old method of t ?
revert to
!' I 1 goods. Let not only our merchants we can J. T. Price, hauling . . 125 ,. Authorized capital, $100,000Paid
;" but everybody talk up the subject settling our disputes with the J. P. Mendel road work. ., . 300 N

of good roads then it will bo found sword, and satiate our lust.for the D. Cain, ferryman. . ..... 2 50 Permanently Located.Nearly up capital, $25,000

how needful they are to the blood\ of our fellowmen to our R. A. Conkllng, ferryman... ... 2 08 opposite State Bank of Florida. Average deposits $150,000
1 very F. T. Budge, material . 150J.
hearts content. We sincerely.h At No. 11 East Bay Street.
prosperity.of the county in -gent pe, Houston, road work . 10(1( OK Transacts General
eral. The matter of better h1gh.v .. however( that no retrograde step J. Boyd, -building bridge . 16 00 ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED a Banking

ways should receive Immediate and will be made, and that arbitrationonce J. Myers!, work on jail . 1 BO Price wilt he as .'OUOW81lo..IFllllnt

earnest attention. town in established between the ''two J. Mendel work and, material for / a......... .. ........... .>$ i.no&tiptlnr : Business,
Every .... .. ... ... .. .,
jail and courthouse . C8 1)0) Fillings o to I.IMI I '
JJrevurd. should appoint committees most powerful nations on earth lareH..,,...... ....... .............. 8.00 to 10.00 ; Largest and Oldest! Bank the Rim
I the of will gradually spread till its use ,'ull8etB(very beat). ..... ........ 12.00 to 13.00 on
.t to investigate cost ; 4i i
1\\', I building substantial roads, have becomes universal, and the poet's. The Sewi lI's! Point Land Case! rr Irregularities' Your: corrected.solicited. W<. a __i__ Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
I ,' the work done, and thus establish dream of the furled battle-Jlag and F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. e DIRECTORStJAU.PRIPCHARDW.B.BARNETT

''{ : a means of access for both social: silent war-drum is fully realized. ]Sir. Henry.K. Sewall,of Sewall'a Point, rhone 671. Jacksonville, Fla. (Preeideat
r : passed through Titusville on Friday of the National Hank ol Jacknon-ville), J.H. 4"
I and business Intercourse. New last, after attending court In Jackson b i I'UBKEE (Vice-president National Bank si
j I T comers are always attracted to a ville. It scents that nearly all of last Jacksonville), and W. M. BROWN.CORRESPONDENTS. .

: country with good roads, and new SHADE TREES ARE NEEDED. Wednesday's session of the United States J. S. JOHNSON CO. .

comers-men of enterprise and court at Jacksonville was taken up with ,. National Seaboard Bank of Jacky of New. York 20r.I."I".rUSVILLE. and
.. the hearing of the case of Anna Bell Robertson .
Oivo of the needs .of
i iI winter residents-are what we are greatest our Manufactnrers 01-
et al. vs. Jlenry E. Sewall, a suit
1 all, it is to be hoped, working for town .at present is more shade for the recovery of 1(1,000) acres of land FL_ ..
trees. 'here is not a single shady located/ Dade county In which the ....Fishing Supplies....

street .nor even'a single shade tree plaintiff's claim $7,000) damages. The

1 I WHILE on our old hobby of public that we/tave/ :: ever vet been able to land In question in included In what is
known as the Miles\. or Hanson Grant.
it be wellto discover In the town. MIAMI !
improvements might : Cabbage It occupies a frontage of several miles -
call attention to a matter that palms wo have; they are pictur along the Indian and St. Lucie rivers, +

: has been suggested to us with ref esque perhaps, and have a tropical extending: back toward the Everglades.The : Cotton and Linen
Netting; Rope,
erence to the disposition of the withal but as shade complainants admit the defendant's Corks Load Twines
.. appearance Etc. Fishing
I! burnt district, which instead of trees they ore about us much use the ownership property.of an The undivided object, of one-third the suit 18 of Tackle of every Description; Hooks, Town Lots Now I
t ,t: lying an idle, useless and unsightly as a telegraph pole would be witha to dispossess. the defendant of a portion Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers, Baits, etc. on tol

r waste, might be turned to profit dilapidated umbrella attached to of the tract on which be has cstablishec /KITTAKl'ON TACKLE A SPECIALTY. set

1 by the planting of vegetables and its top; but till, they are far bet !his residence and an extensive pineapple Baltimore Mel.

\ truck gardens, which shall be ter than baro streets, nnd are easy on plantation.the point of The land home at of the:Mr.confluence tSewall of 18 A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For \rs rslIrs.

worked by the town, all profits? that to grow. Wo are told by some St. Lucia and Indian rivers. The point ..J. H. MENSING. ,
: may aecrue being turned Into the that shade trees would introduce Is high/ above the rivers and commands

I l town treasury. There should not the- inuch-to-be-avoUleil, sand-- -y. a due view of the ocean, which is about: Julia D. Tuttle. j;
three milis,, away.Jletweeu Wholesale and Retail-
be much In from which have
Hlllculty making arrangements pest we always
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'. with the owners as to been absolutely free, but would i It --- ------- COMMISSION MERCHANT CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

:.{ terms, and while vegetable gardens not be better to risk' the sand.tly; Tltiiaville and KnuOalllo. : ,
4 on the principal street of a town and have the shade, than to continue -) Dealer in (- all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected

'fat may seem a little out of place, the unenviable reputation of Fruit and Vegetable Lands

A. I : ,, they could not look' any worse, and being the least shady town in the The steamer Silver King. owned by Poultry, Eggs' Butter, Fruit, Veset- :: on

))1\\ would be infinitely more useful, State of Florida, or at any rate on Mr. Michael F. Dwyer, of Brooklyn, X. tbleg Prompt, etc.and honest Consignments returns 'Holicitecl.! \rinuli Ri'Ver'uud: Bay ni .
t than the forest of tho shadeless Y., and commanded by Capt. JC. M guaranteed. e11tyiie.
dreary weeds, East Coast ? A townis Market quotations. and. Htencils furnished Correspondence Solicited\ from Actual
initial Investors and
... \ which at It maketh sick in this of the Ramsey, made her trip on Wednesday Settlers.
t f present an anomaly part on application. Main Office
afternoon after the arrival of -theJ. Hotel Miami
: the heart of man to look upon. world, and had shade trees been ., T. &' K. W. train at Tltusvillo. She S 9 Xewnan St., MIAMI FLORIDA.

That the soil ia fairly rich Is evi- planted in the early days of the carried several passengers and some ,
J 1'hone ;709. JACKSONVILLE:
'j denced by the rank growth of the history( of Titusville, we would ere freight. FLA.
vegetation and while do have had beautiful This boat is making tUo former run of: Reference: State Bank of Florida.
we not now shady
I the Juno and is well tilted for the CHILL AND FEVER'TONIC.Emy
claim to be practical gardeners by streets and avenues of which any transportation of passengers and freight. .

1 t any mentis, we should Imagine that town might be proud ; however it She \ leave 1 Titusville every evening at ''OPn.ntod.-.L .

garden truck could be very sue. is better late than never, and the '5:00, o'clock, after the arrival: of the J., M.n.nIn Bottle
T. A K. W. train, arriving at liockledge section at once to sell Warranted to Cure Case of
t eessfully and profitably raised. sooner the matter is taken in hand ,at 7:30 p.m. and Eau Oallia atfW.-OOp. m. goods every dealers staple any Chills & Fever,
; no peddling; experience
\ It While we have very little idea that the sooner we shall reap the re- where the night stop will be made unnecessary; best side line. $75.00 a Or

this suggestion will ever be acted ward. Much has been done to- ]Returning leave Eau Gallle at 0:00 a.m., month. (Salary and expenses or large Money Refunded.

I upon, wo give It for what it is wards'beautifying many towns and j tockledge at 7:30, arriving at TUucrllle commission raade. Address, with 2 cent H. R.

.. worth with the faint hope that villages by the organization: of ,In time to connect with the J., T. Jk K.'Y' tamp for seated particulars,Clifton Soap THOMAS,
10:05: morning, train. full. schedule and, Chemist
Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati and
.,some. 'of our. readers will feel In- Village Improvement Societies and ,grill its published In our next issue Ohio. La Villa. Druggist

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B. Williams & Co cemetery-an example which others ASK: th. rcov.mijdynpeptlos
.- might follow. b II I o"aa..tle.r. G. G. SPRINGER
e .. victim of
Mr. and Mrs. A. Duden and daughters laver mm! aiu",. IliatncrctiHtl .
of New York, arrived here early in "Ie e**.d
Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission patient, liow they re
Merchants. the
I .,. week, and have taken up their residence eov.r.Ihedthcn.rtel -
Manufacturer Retailer and Of
on Mr. Duden's houseboat.. I plrit. wiltoil Shipper

65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, GA. Sportsmen find plenty of game Just i appetite you by they taking, SIM
back of town now-a-days. There is also MONS 1UVKK; KI.OU-
orcign and Dolmef tie 3J I.uit" t. plenty of good duck-shooting to be hadon e UATOR.Tb I IC EDistilled.AND

Eau Gallie creek, which is alive with Cheapest. Purent and Re.t Family
fish. Medicine the Worl.ll __
Mrs. Wm. Treutler Is in of For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION, Aun.
|trlng Beans. receipt a dice Billouaattacktu,, SICK II KADACH I 1C.Colic,,
contribution from Mrs. Ruth Silk, of Depression of Spirfta" FOUR I STOMACH: ,
Cauliflower.SkraCelery.. Bananas, Mlddletown: N. Y., to be applied to theEpls'opal Hrarttnirn, etc. This unrivalled remedy i. WaterRefrigerators
Grape Fruit, church building fund. Mrs. warranted not tu contain a inKle particle ofMEItCUIt .
Bucumbers.tomatoes. Lemons \', or any mineral mubntmice, but U
Silk will be remembered as resident on
Limes, Indian River some throe years ago. PtWIJI.Y VI2UI3TAI1L.K. Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
ets, Cabbage, Peaches, containing those Southern Kooti and HcrNl ,
| It la said that Messrs. John Carter, S. which an all-wine Providence has placed In
countries where l.lver DiHnutieH most prevnil.
lew Potatoes Strawberries, Jones and Robt. Mathers, of Tropic, will It will. cur. all Dlxeane caused by Derange
/Kg Plant, Grapes, become residents of this town during the mint of the l.lver and Dowels. FACTORIESCocoa and West Palm licuch.
The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a
summer months. The latter a
eparagus. Cocoanutg.BFEUKNOES .. In the
bitter or bud taste In the mouth; r m
:-Thirl National Bank Atlanta, ('Oa.| Oao. E.Johnaon. Candv lUg. Atlanta place here, and Messrs. Carter and Jones Back Sides or Jolntn.often mistaken for KheumatiHin _. .
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moue 1'ackins Co.,Atlanta, Ga..s Geo. M.Taylor, W. S..lJunell"& to.,Atlanta Oa. contemplate purchasing and building.The ; dour Stomachi Loss of Appetite; -
Bowels' alternately cnxtiveand lax; Headache:'
schooner Cleo left here, Wednesday Loud of Memory, with 'a painful sensation of
-- -- _. I- .-----. -. --_.- for a short cruise on Banana river, have having been failed:done to; Debility tto I Nnmetlnnx Low: which 5plrlt ought, it thick(o SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. ..

day. lie held religious service at Mr. Messrs. Lynch, Morrison' and Slegel l, of yellow a 'prnrnnceofhoSkinandliyesadry .
Gingras' residence Sabbath morning New York, having purchased the vessel Cough often mistaken for Coimiimption.
and will return for the same purpose on at Daytona: with the intention of cruising the Sometime dlsenHp, nt ninny othnra of very these few symptom; but 'the attend I.IVKK' IIrall", ""I1'lIllneall,1 Itefllgt'l'. '2,1101 per. btia Muskmelon, I lIt1t1. (per lb.
OY4LOY the third Sunday In the month. along the Florida const, and contemplate is Diii"n".v the' teat the lioi'iHo, and if notRegulated Waxailuliua. a,2/I. 1'lIrnll'. . ::1011!. ?
Squash 4.kt. la'r lb. PearlIllnt tan! Ih.. frt. pall 1 2110. lb.1'ueuuiber. .
suffering, wretched per I.r
far south In time
going as as Key West. jreHt; .
the 41k'' \1I..ltll Abalo,, ] Tohaeoo. 5eoda, hlll'ortu,1
Among notable at .
people the Indian :So far, they are enjoying the trip Immensely. ness and DIA Tit etmia.The esteemed at'emto VUHS, Ani rli an Wonilor $4,110 per blla. Stork t L00' p"r 0", '10 per Ih.
River hotel are \.?. S. Rice and wife, : following virtues of highly Simmons Liver person KeRulnton other early Val'f"t.llI8. ::1,1101.' Tobaeen.. FIn, l1't'<>wn. I-YMr MM. oa 11.10 "
Chicago; E. E. Wesrervelt and son, of Gen the W. 8. lloit Pros lla. S. \V. K. R. Co: ; Rev. ('"rn..II'hl. all varlet h... tIWI" \1I1111ltra! ToluII". 7/10/ per 0.,. 7.m "
New Jersey; Mrs II. W. Atkins and I. R. Fel "l'll'erry. Oa.; Col. B. K. Sparks, AI.batty watermelon" Sugar all, varieties. ,2.9a..a/, atanurg Lear''nihaccos San pet oa? ",1101 "

maid, Conn.; Judge It. W. Lambrey and Fort Pierce.Messrs. Oa i ,lion.U.Il..IIIA..raon Alexander. II.,Step lidqbherilf\..11.. Uibb C*, 4ek l. poi ih

wife, Brooklyn.The "We have tested Its virtues, personally, and ITT* Bond for price Il8t to '
O know that for DvHpepnia,, UillousneHS and L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
Misses Ilartwell, of Chicago, who Andrews and Tuttle, of New 1'hrobbinllIell are world We tried forty other remedies ,
accomplished musicians, had their Haven ever snw.
the FOI'tPI"I'ce
are registered at
HG P pluno-which has been in the care of hotel. us before more SlinmoiiH than temporary Livvr Regulator relief} tone but the none Rvirit.Have .-
Mrs. Geo. Higgins during their absence later not only I relieved, but: cured us."-UD.
of two years-troved to their wInter Dr. Hnnkins left on Tuesday for Live 'l'aa.eOIUI'1i; ANti! MKHSKNGEK, Macon, U...
@ G home Wednesday.. Oak. Ho has been In attendance on his NI'I'\S'IIJItF.11 ONI.V IW A Fertilizer for Fruit. cL-
AKIII brother, who has been very 111 with a J. H. ZLILIN & CO.. Philadelphia. Pa.
Chas. II. Walton, editor and proprIetor paralytic stroke. We are glad to say he
of the ADVOCATE (the pink of the
paper is slowly recovering.Mrs. "
East Coast), was a visitor to this pretty place for the winter. '---.-.. --T- :,--::. =3 "The Ideal Pineapple FertilizerJr1.oe
of the Narrows who has ,
POWDER resort on Monday and Tuesday, making:: ,
his headquarters at the New Uockledcv been on a visit to her daughter at this Miss Henrietta Starck Is about again, : 2B.OO ::Jor won.0UAItANTEED : .
hotel.A place, left on Tuesday for home. after quite an IllneHH.
1 Absolutely Pure.
ANALYSIS :........
delightful party was given at the We are having some real cool weather There wan a large' attendance at the
.ateil for Its great( leavening strength home of Mr. and Mrs. O. S. Hardee on at present. The last cold damaged pines Christian Endeavor meeting on Sunday Molstnro. . . . . ,.. ,8 to 10 Per Cent

,11111 forms"". of Assures adulteration the food common against tcap Tuesday evening by the members of the but not materially, If we do not have evening, John Conkling, jr., loading. Ammonia. . . ,4lj; to 0 II "

brands. St. Mark's Sunday School. Music,, any more. II. O. Stnrck Is expected homo tliln Phosphorlo Acid . .5 to 0 "

L i BAKING FOWDEK CO., New York. games and refreshments, were freely Indulged Mr. Blizzard, of St. Lucie, bas moved week from Jacksonville, where he ban Potash (Actual), . .. . .11 to 8 II

folks.> In by the happy crowd of young his family hero. He left on Tuesday to been attending Federal courts for five Made exclusively from Bright, Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, lllooil, honeDissolved

take a, position on the S. F. line. weeks. PhoHphiite, Fine Orouud Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.

Banyan.have The famous hunter, Bob Savage, We are glad to learn Julius Tyler Is Tender vegetable*-tomatooH and JflT" Write for directions fur using anti further' particulars; also ask forcopy
brought in, lately, 41 pigeons, 05 rice slowly recovering from his Illness. beans-were frosted here last week, but of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit. Wo curry largo .stuck of all )Fertlll
birds, 9 wild turkeys and 1 deer from trees and pineapples were not Material, Cotton Seal Meal, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices bo-
( been having plenty of rain the prolific Mrs. A. Hall returned from her visit orange fore seek
game regions of the westside hurt at all. Everyone has put in a new buying. Wo the growers trade direct.
st week. Now, which Manager II.E. Bemis, of the up the river, Tuesday night. crop of vegetables. WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
Rockledge, was fortunate enoughto ,
Mr. Oove did not preach in Ban-
secure for the larder of the hotel.J. Chas. VI. IJolton, Miss Kate and Walter The Fertilizer House of
ast Send the ADVOCATE an order for Florida
Friday evening, as was ex- any made
Starck quick run to Hay View on
Itolden, of Chicago; and Frank job printing you need.] Saturday, and called on J. F. Chase and Jacksonville Fla.Fred' .
Buck, of Atlantic City, who are spendingthe wife.
I steamer Spartan made the run to
winter at the Plaza, evidenced their
on Saturday last in place of the Frank Comntock is at home to
skill as fishermen one day lately by. Vero. stay
ey. catching 1151bs. of black bass, from' now. lIe has repaired, painted and k. S. Morse

Sams, of Courtenay, spent n Lake Polnsett, near Rockledge, in a few lauched his sailboat. On Sunday after
of days In Banyan last week, hours, fishing with rod and reel. E. J. Traynor of White City, Is visiting noon we saw him giving the little people xx
in town. and madam sail.
Horace plant beans. a
g; Among the noted sojourners at the
i a few of 0\11\people are suffering New Rockledge hotel are A. C. Hcnd- John business.Traynor has gone to Tltusville -------- :REAZI: =ST.A.TE: :

[la grippe. Some of the children ricks, ex-mayor of New Haven, and F. on Melbourne. ,

een very sick with it. A. Tuttle, tax collector for the same Capt. White and son were In town -
city; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Argulmban andMr. this week, buying lumber for a boat. :M:=.aMx" X>nd.o 0<:>." r raor .=ad.
Whitlock was acting pilot on the and Mrs. II. M. Day of Brooklyn. OOODK & OOODK. aI Kutnta ant Loans.
last week, In place of M. M. Ham- O. IIelseth, of Montana, Is visiting Ills Agent for ylCtna. London and Liverpool and
Iho was in Jacksonville business. guests These of are the only house.a few among the sixty i brother here.J. Glithe attention and jisld Imperial to the Fire Interest Insnram'e.of nun Special rosl- AGENT FOR LANDS OF .. -- --- _

ral of our citizens expect to at- Mr. J. A. Wilson and daughters, the R. and Isaac Leatherman, of deuts.HOTET. Florida East Coast Railway Company,
(the basket and fish at Luana II. T. Gilford
picnic fry were visiting one
I Washington on Friday, the 5th Misses Emily and Helen, are pleasantly day last week. CAnMCTON, MKMIOURNK, FLA.- Florida Coast Lino Canal A Transportation Company,
located at the New Rockledge hotel. Beautifully situated on a high bluff over Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company
Miss Wilson is a superior artist, and in !Ir. and Mrs. Tom Hlnkle, Mrs. W. II. lmikingtheindisn River. Flrnt lass accommodations .

fruit and vegetable growers, also now engaged making an oil paintingof Wigflold and the Misses Edna, Joslo and S ,and rates, KOI1K11TBON ritMHonahlH.V ,.Proprietor.PIUVATK -. .. ., .. .-. ._-_... ,--
erchants on the southern portion the point In front of Mr. Merwin's Ora Wlgfleld, of Toledo, were visiting II.
krrltt's Island-taking In Tropic, residence, as seen from Paxton &Hatch's T. Gifford and family Saturday and Sun
in, Brantley and Lotus-all feel that store. day this week. HOARDING HOI'SH-The Gouda The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
House, on Fountain Ilelichts, Muluournn Is
}ave a good deal to be thankful for, Hotel Plaza opened in the month of now open' to the public. Far tor", .. slims ,
ey still have a crop of early vege- MRS. U. W. (1OODIO.
pineapples and other fruit. February with 11fty more guests than It Sebastian.Bruce E. S"CJ'JLO, Gt-on'X: Mctina' : or.
at the same period last year. Among
I vegetable growers of this vicinity those who are now registered are Mr. Hotel Carleton has a number of very (LATE CHAPMAN & HUDI.OW.)

miraculous escape from being Rod Mrs. McMlnty, Mr. and Mrs. Wood- Martin Is doing a land office pleasant guests as usual this season. South Jacksonville Florida.
out last Thursday morning. As ward, Miss Walker and Miss Brown, of business In the photographic line. ,
B, they were badly scared when Newton, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. George The Gun Club still keeps up good
Boone is hero with the C. L. '' have tine shots In MANUFACTURER OF --
prose and found the thermometer: Lomax, J. A. Lomax and Geo. Cathln, Sam F E. practice.: 'We some

I to :31 o. It stood there only awhile of Chicago.Mr. bridge gang.J. our town, too.

I however, and very littlee and Mrs. J. E. Ingraham, of St. O. Fries went down to Ankona thin The ladles' tennis club will give a FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and

was done Jto vegetables. Thef Augustine; Gen'l. J. M. Schofield and week to do some surveying. dance at Hector's hall this (Friday) even- ,

t and beans some were young nipped beans and In a tonia-few Capt. T. M. Woodruff, U. S. A.; Mrs. The Yellow Kid was out on Sunday. Ing. Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material

ere killed out. It Is thought the I Woodruff, Col. M. P. and Mrs. Miller; Paul has a trim little craft. Mr. and Mrs. C. Nash, of Daytona, ,
| Miss Miller, Mrs. J. V. White, and Wm. have been time with their
spending some
ound here is damaged about one- Towlc, Miss Towle. and C. Trobshaw, of Rev. W. B. Tresca and wife spent the daughter, Mrs. J. H. Stewart. Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also
not more. Pineapple plants are London England week with friends at West Palm Beach.
comprised distinguIshed -
aged in the least. A thin layer party who visited Rocklodgo on Robert Roberts took The C. E. society will give; a social Tho Z7Va.xxi.oiJi.ei: XXard.-T1.D1os: X3rn.ne.:
quite a
[formed In exposed places. The I Saturday' and registered at Hotel Indian over to the ocean Loach Sunday merry and musical entertainment this (Friday) Ammonia, . ,4 to n per cent j
use assigned for the narrow es- Klver. party evening at the Congregational church. Available Phos. Acid. ., , afternoon.Win.
as the fact that we had Just gonea Potash K O.0 to 7 per cent )
friends hero of A. Morgan
a severe drought, which had The Silver King Is now making the Coy and S. If. Smith left for their TIle of many Tltusville extend best F.wishes to- Highest Commercial Yahoo given our brands In tile last litilotln.| Write for
ned all vegetation and made them former run of the steamer Juno. This homo In D. C. the first of ,
Washington, him and his bride and hope their Prices. Orders for 2 tons anti upwards for our brands will bo delivered free .f all
[stand it ? fine yacht is well fitted for the transportation the week.
of passengers, and will also through life may be one of many joys freight, charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until

carry freight. Time of leaving Rock- Rev. W. A. Louder conducted services and few sorrows. further notice.DUREN. .

f If you need any job printing, weS lodge for Tltusvlllo Is 7:30 a. m., and here last Sunday evening. Another date tree In bloom at Fountain -....- -, --
pleased to get a share of it. will connect with the 10:05: : a. m. north- The houseboat Rochester passed here, Heights. Just think of dates In

bound train, and leave on the arrival of Tuesday, going north. Robt. Hardoe full bloom In December and January.The & FEASTER.....
the 4:45: ; p. m. southbound train over theJ. piloted her around his pompano net to flowers look like lovely sprays of

Rockledge.New ., T. & K. W. Railway. After leaving avoid trouble.It wax, and the perfume Is very sweet. GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and
here In the evening, will proceed to Eau ,
Gallie where the will be is now proper for the yonng men to Alex. Goodo came up from Mlcco last
made.A ., night stop 'fall oveiboard. One of our brave young Wednesday morning, returning on the' Western Meats of All Kinds CI'uckea'y O.llIss and Tlnwaro.
liockledgo launch took aOn men did the act very nicely on Sunday evening train, as he left the Rochester at Your patronage MM.TITUSVILT .

surf bathing Intent, to Oceanus number of Tltusvllln's citizens evening. that point. lie expected to take a jolly ..K FLOIUDA.E .
nesday. comprising Judge Jones and jury of party of Chlcagoltos south on TlmrHilay ,
twelve-for the of The coM wave of last week did u* no
purpose deciding the
eather has resumed the even material damage; In this section, exceptto morning.
value of the done to the
f its way, after its unusual de- property nip the leaves of tender plants, such Prof. (;. P. Canton, of DoLand, delivered -
Salmon the road I
of M. C. by public L :ee.: :C :aeo.:
i during past week.y which crosses his place near the river: as tomatoes, beans, bananas, etc. The a splendid lecture on Jerusalem ..

from the Plaza chartered the bank, came down by the Nassau express thermometer went down to 30 degrees. past and present-at the Congregational, Fruit
unch and visited Mr. Tiffin' on Monday, and all (except Judge Jones Monday morning our fishing; firm, R. church, last Wednesday evening! Ho Groceries, Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries

I him at Courtenay, Tuesday. and the editor of the ADVOCATE) returned A. Hardee & Co., shipped fifteen barrelsof also spoke on educational matters In And Food Products of all kinds\ Grain Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
connection with the John li. Stetson
w ing$ has now a bicycle livery Inhere by the regular train, having just time1 bottom fish. The shipment Included Ho carried his Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In
own stereop-
1 in a building on the to attend to the matter between trains. three barrels of pompano.We tlcon University., with which he Illustrated his the above line of goods. Wo invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.

cllan River dock, In charge of F. We pleased understand over the Mr.fair-minded Salmon manner Is much In find that we made' a mistake In lecture and made everything so plain Very truly, E. 1,. BEADY A; MHO., Tltusville, FI:,.

I Boston. which the jury acted. the distance between the ocean beach that even a child could) understand.The _...- .- ----- -- .. .. -.- --- -
.Brown's father and mother have and the river at New's cut. It should church was crowded, many being
pm Hawthorne, in this state, ande ---- have been C4t* feet from low-water mark. glad: to get even standing. room. THE DECANTER.

their home here with their! THE ROCKLEDGE STORE has the W. L. Gibson In the cat boat Edith, ---. -
I finest display of goods along the East made a trip to Pelican Island on Sunday. U. S. Department of Agriculture ---
Coast. Our assortment Is so large and I There about five thousand birds
Dora Breese Is the artist who are on AVcather Iliireau-.f uplter, ." 111. Lesley & :Renaker
those dainty souvenir glasses varied' that we can supply you with the Island, now, and all who have not ,
i of Indian River scenery, which anything you need. We make a speci- been to thin noted place ought to grasp -
_i among the pretty things In alty of supplying yachting parties. the first opportunity to do no. The of following temperature Is a and comparative I rainfall for the- Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Whiskies,

Iyer's establishment. PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge. week ending Tuesday, Feb. 2, 107. -- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat. ---------
d''arrival YOU CAN' FIND the finest line of Fishing 18151ieATG.
of four regular trains -1807- -
Bake things quite lively aroundon. Tackle ever brought to Indian MAX. MI.V MAX. M'%. A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

Their incoming is alwaysby Eau Gallie. River at the Kocklcdge store. Do not 27 110 fll m 49 Family and hotel trade Is. solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall

a merry group, who gatherthe fail to call and examine this fine stock. W A.-I: oil M 4(1 orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOdLKY::! & KEXAKEK,Tltusville FU
incidental excitement. PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge. 2\1! 7:1&: 72 Otm
Sheriff Brown wa here on Tuesday, : ivi jjl: CD! fl 5
ugh tender vegetation was 8earI I serving jury notices.
31 73: 11.1 73 07
lie cold, the orange trees, which Malabar.Mr. 1 Ml 74 67 /
The schooner Olivette, Capt. Bralnerd, 74 :Real Estate
dormant from the
nrly previous was loading lumber hero on Monday 2 04 M 70 65 .
cool weather received
| no Injury
There will be Episcopal service at theCa Adam, of Rdseland, wan In town Departure Total rainfall from for normal the week rainfall(I2: for Inches the wuaL: s. T XXc>: lI ML: .S,
4 lno on Sunday next, the 7th lost., at ,
business last week.
Ilartwell a prominent on week Inches.
: plus 0.77 Departure .
0:30 a. M. and 7:::10 p. m. Miami: .. x>a.., rlorida:
of doors, sash and blinds of W. P. Arnold was in Melbourne last from normal rainfall since January 1, "
with his wife and two daugh- We are pleased to learn that Mrs. J.rouston ,week.A. plus ".IT. Inches. Dealer In choice lands on Blscayno ItayV; Residence properties and farm landsat
Ived at their Rockledge home [ baa recovered so much from her J. W. CHODK. Observer. Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of 20 acres Bay front
ve last Friday, where they will I Iness aa to be able to sit up, and l. coalescing S. Carter went to Grant on Mon- property at Cocoanut Grove' for .1,000: ; Fine residence at Cocoanut Grove, $6,000.( (

he rest of the season. rapidly.Mrs. lay's southbound train. -The ADVOCATE has some tobacco Lot at Cocoanut Grove' from $10O upward Eight acre of land at Buena Vista

r O'Boyle, of Tltnsvlllo, was the St. Clair Is having a neat fence Mr. and Mrs. Schuyler, late of Miami, iee lto> give away to its readers. Call for '2l: .OO. Business block: In Miami, lot 100x150: with houses bringing rental of

fO. GIngras on Sunday and Mon built around her lot In the Eau (..allle are established In their cottage/ at this and get Mme. $75 monthly Insurance paid up for one year, for $3,000.

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Only Be navel ran for oln..... Pill CIS.
;, \, Fifty: of the Most Nnmercra In Great Britain While all the others ranK

,i I and Ireland. bad tie whole town to himself Get the "In
To Stand the Test. An Opportunity to
I I I y,: These are the 50 most common surnames A Holitury man. than River Advocate" and

ii'! of the buliios born in England Though 'roops and troop" of citizens
Rev. William Copp whose father Camped. by bill dwelling fair. the Florida Citizen Togeth V'V 4'
ffI,; and Wales in Scotland and in Ireland : ,
, ?" arranged in tile order of their numerical was a physician for over fifty years Entreating: hjm to join tbo Taos er at a Greatly educed 1 r- V 4
and who himself Ha stood like granite there. 91V
i V importance: in New Jersey Rate /
\ ..' I I Englandand spent many years preparing for the And pre chore took him for a text, ,
, ... W..I.... Scotland. Ireland. practice of medicine but subse- And preached from sun to sun The Florida Citizen Is now one of the .

I 1..Smith........ Hmlth........:Murphy. of uO"". when all men were running most complete newspapers in the United
; II' r.)...Jones..McDonald.....Kelly.I. : quently entered the ministry the One nun refused to run. States outside of the great metropolitancenters. # 1V 1Vi w

Ii II I .".Williams.....Brown ........Hulllran. M. E. Church, writes: "I am gladto And.. p wonder of the world Its type are set entirely by
. 4..T.rlor..ThomIlOD.: .....WoIHb.I testify that I have B* poMd from spring to fall. machinery and Its printing l is done on
6....Da vies........Robertson....Smith.
I (Bad bath leg shot off In the war of Hoe's Steam and
411 v p...Brown.........BWwarh......O.Brl.Do had analyzed all the And could not run at ..111)Atlauta t) lone large presses. and telegraph ygNpG
j V....Thomas.......Campbell.....Bryn.. sarsaparllla preparations Constitution.\ I electric power both are used ,
V....Kvans.........Wilson........Byrn. I wires are carried directly into the ,, CF1sr.t
Q....Robert*......Anderson....Cure nor. known in the : office. The best of material Is employed
r 10....Johnsop..Soott..........O'NollL trade, butAYER'S sealed Ills Fat In every department and most of the
1 11....Wiliton........Miller .........8..11\,.. ,"1 nee by the papers\ remarked Mra' members of the force are old and" experienced +
13....Robinson. ....McKenito.. ....Doyle.: of the
; Dash "that Journalists. The news
I I'1'' I6....Wright........Reid...........McCarthy. they are going to wear fan the Associated ,.. Q.
, ?I M..Wood..........ROHSU..lhompoa..MoKy...........Gallagher. Is the only one of this winter." world is obtained from
t : .........Doherty. "Well! ," replied Mr. Dash, "I sup, Press, and that of the State:! from representatives -
M....Hall...........Johnston..,....Kennedy. them that 1 could that seals fate. stationed In every Important
j "....Green...,..., Murray: ..,.,...Lynab.I ,v_ recommend as aC pose my town. The greatest care Is taken to ob-
I I w W....Walker........Clark..-.........Murray.I i blood-purifier.have And it did.-Chicago Timea-Herald. tain correct reports and to avoid false
I I 10...Hughe........P.t*I'llOD.......QulnD.i and sensational rumors. Particulars of
i ....Edwards..,....Young..........Moore.U given away hundreds of bottles of Wheat in 100 parts contains 14.4 of low criminalities and other matter unfit _,
.....iwwta........Fraeor.McLanghlin. it, as I consider it the safest a. wellas water mineral element, 3 ; albumi excluded. In VA
; household
for reading are
B....White........McLean......Carroll. "
13....Tomer.......Hendur on....Connolly.b the best to be had. -WM. COrp, voids, 18; carbohydrate, 67.0; crude politics the paper is soundly Democratic, TIME
N....JlOOkllOn......,Mltohell......D..I. ,.. Pastor M.E. Ourch,Jackson.Minn. fiber, 8 ; fata. 1.5. following the principles laid down by SAFETY COMFORT QUICK LOW RATES !
J I" rft..OIlI..MorrIHOn......Con nelL.W. Andrew Jackson and refusing to lend
I ....Harris.. .......Cnmttron....Wilson. Itself to temporary crazes and schemes Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville' and New York
i M..CI..rk .........Watson.......Dunne.. Why will buy bitter nauseating for private advantage. The Daily Citi- The Fleet is composed uf the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i
circula- "
18...,.Harrison......Taylor .......Burke.. AYERSRE tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill zen is believed to have a larger "Comanche" (new) "Algonquin," "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminold:
*)....Ward.........MiLeod....... Collins. Tonic Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. tion than any other dally journal southof ,
rtm I U...Martin.......Ferguson.....Campbell. Your druggist is authorized to refund Atlanta and east of New Orleans. North-Bound.
i !A ea..Davl. .;.......Duncan.......Clarke.. the money in every case where: It fails to The subscription price of the Weekly Steamers are appointed, to sail according. to the tide.TuesdaysandThuni..S
3..Baker........Gray: ..........Johnston. i cure. Price 50 cents. 23-10-97: ( Citizen U $1 a year and that of the 'JACKSONVILLE CHARLESTON &.JTLA.C J., -(calling- -at Charleston- -), Mondays Sundays, 'Wednesday: and trufil,! ,
Y e4..Morris.... Davidson. .....Hughes.ti. par the
? Daily Citizen >3. We will supply For hour of nailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston daily i>ai\0.rj!
I ....James........Hunter......?Farr.U.W ADVOCATE and the
I ....Klnl.........Hamilton....Fltigerald. When In doubt..k for Aye, Pill INDIAN KIVEB South-Bound. ,
-FAITHFUL MEN OR Weekly Citizen together for $2.00 or the Steamers are appointed to sail from 1'ier 21), East River New York !at, 3 m., as follow:
111....Morlran.......Kerr.....,....,Brown.B8.Allan WANTED' Monday.rwedneeday.
..........Urunt ...,....Murttn.'I .' to travel for responsible INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the Dally For CHARLESTON 8.C., and FrlcUjiJ.
JACKSONVILLE Charleston Mondays, Wednesdays and } 1
U>....Moore.........Main tosh.....M.gnlr established house in Florida Salary Citizen for $8.00. A specimen copy of : For FLA.rcalllng( at ) .r1dll1\
'I 40..., Parker..Ur..bam......Nolan. develops Into an acorn (seed or corn of $780 and expenses. Position permanent. either tbe Daily or the Weekly Citizen Boston and JacKSonvIlle-DIRECT LINE, (Freight only!)
41....Clarke........Whlto..........FIJDn.I : Reference. Enclose self-addressed can be obtained by sending a postal card I (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) "'
I 43....Cook.........Allan.........Thompson.Blmpson the; M, or oak). stamped envelope. The National, Star to the office of the Citizen, Jacksonville, STEAMERS "(ISO. W. CLYDE" AND''DELAWARE."
4S....Prlos......... ....
: ?allaaban.: Insurance BIdg., Chicago. jan2{), 7 Florida.RARE appointed to sail as follows
1j e&..Phillips..,.,.MoUr gor...?U'Donnll. The Cbi.amaa's CM. From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonvill*<, :From Lewi Wharf,Bimin'JTHURSDAYS.
.....8b..w..........Muuro.....,....Duffy..Mahony.. There WM a time when a Chinaman FRIDAYS.
41 t..Bntt........Hlnulalr....... ., would rather die than wear a one, fort
:* 4L.L..............Bell:...........Boyle.:
t l'' d....Wataon........Martin......Hualy. was a sign of degradation a badge of Clyde's St. Johns' River Line.DE .
/ ....OrImthe.....Uussvll.......bhea. debasement. When the Manchns. conquered CHANCE, !
... I I 1IO..Oartur..GordoD..Whl... Ohina in,1644, the invaders compelled ( BABY LINE)

-Pall Mall Gazette. the entire male population of the The Elegant Iron Sidewheel Steamer .

I II ., Mirage In the Bud..... conquered nation to share the front partof CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
'" the head and wear the one. Hotel Cottages and'Furniture Sarno Fla.The
\ Appropriate in the name of Bahr Bel- This innovation was fiercely resisted, sail follows
H Is appointed as -
ma, or sea without water givcu to the and the Chinamen fought valorously and Fridays for Palatal
Leaves Jacksonville, 8:UIO p m Sundays!Tuesdays
stretch of open desert on to which one against it. In the end however, the Sanford Enterprise and Intermediate landings on tbe St. John a River. I
I Oobononei from the Dub el Koroako, .Manchna' forced them to submit Before Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. m., Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.

}' writes a correspondent from the Sudan. long the one came to be regarded SOUTH DOUNI 8CI1EDULE. NORTH IilllSi
I 'This Babr Belauia i ill to the Arabs a instead of and .w Read down head up.Lesve .

aomewbat terrible place. On this with pride anger was 8.30 p. m. ................ .........Jarkeonvllle......................... Arrive 2.1"'.:
particular carefully grown and cared for. Now no V .. 8.41S p. m. .... ........................l'al..tka......................... .... Leave ".IOp.I
road there can be no danger of greater indignity could be put npon a 8.00 ...ID. ........... ... ........ .. A tor.\.... .... ....... .... 3.00p.n
"being lost, for failing guides the bones : .. ..30.. m. ............. ...........8t. Franclll...,....................... 1.101..
I subject of Li Hung Chang's imperial _V .. 5.30 a. m. ... ........ ... ......... eresford ........................... .. 12.00) ae'
I of tens of thousands of camels that liettrewu master than to deprive him of his one. V .. 6.00 ... m. .... ....................Blue 8prIDga.......................... 11.301.
on the truck would even if the AnI-e 11.30 a. m. ............... ........ ...SanCord........................... POOL.
,t exist Indeed the wearing of long hair, or .. 9.26 a. m. ...... .... .... ........ ....Enterprl88... .... .................. 0.30 a..
telegraph line to Murat did not hair worn after the European fashion is .. ........ ..... .... .. ......80. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............ ...... ..........12110 p.:

afford ample Indication to the traveler a sign of rebellion and opposition to Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.,' Jacksonville!
r Of the route he must take. We tried the government of Li's emperor and is |
awhile to count how of these 1 1V
'l many severely punished J.A.LKBLIB' ,Supt. JNO.L. HOWARD. Fla. Fr't Agt. F. IRONMONGER,JR.,Fla. Pam.Apt
camel skeleton might go on an averageto JACKSONVILLE' FLA.

a mile. It was a vain task. We had How Cuole bum Got Ills Name. I THEO. G.Eoomt, T. M., W. H. WARBUBTONK. P. A., M. H.CLYDE, A.T,MB !

got as many as five per telegraph post The nickname Uncle Sam as applied BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK. (

i I only to discover more and yet more as to the United loiuteg government WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agent,
r we chose to widen the track. There ia said to have oiig.nutid as follows: S Bowling Green.New York. 1,. So. Delaware Av., Philadelphia
'v5T" I 1 would have been no end to the oaloulu- I Samuel Wilnou oLiuuivuly called Undo ---.---

'' lion and we were fain to give it up. Ham: was u government inspector +

But on the other: tracks and in the night of beef and pork at Iniy N. Y., about '" MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

travel the Bahr Belama has offered ISlf.)) A contractor, Elbcrt Anderson, toL

and often-a dreaded danger to the purchased u quantity of provisions, and Florida, New York,

1 traveler. "More than 90 of our best the barrels were marked "E. A.," An- Philadelphia and Boston. |

.S. guides" says Abdul Azlm Boy Hussein derson's initial), and "U. S.: ," for Sailing: from Brunswick Ga., direct to New York.
Khalifa "has the Bahr Bel am a devour. United States. The latter initials were above out lepiununts roughly HOTEL I>u NIL, at Sarno, Brevard PASSENGER

etl in'' my lifetime." And when I asked not familiar to Wilson's workmen who bounty, Florida which\ only } of a mile south of the depot of Eau Oallle, Fla., Yi n Via Fernandina. F. C. A P. Ry SERVICE.and Cumberland ROil!

how these accidents had, in his opinion inquired what they meant A facetious and about200:! miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida East Coast R'y. Has I.v St. Augustine 9:110/ pm; Lv Jacksonville 11.00) ann; L'j

;i/, happened he answered in that awed fellow answered, "I don't know unless depot postof ice and telegraph;: office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on Pernundina 1.30 p in; Ar Drun wlclI: 8.30 p m. Dally excqt! I IVia
ten: acres of land fronting on the Eau Oallie River, with view of Indian River on Sunday.
tone in which the Arab always speaks they mean 'Uncle Sam.: A vast Everett all rail, F. C. & P. Ry.and So. Ry. Lv 8t Ami
the east less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2J miles away. Ispractically ..
"the afterward ustine P.BO a m; Lv Jacksonville 4.00 p m; Ar Brun> .i<'k 7-1
of that se-
n, strange phenomenon amount of properly passed new-buildings completed In 1800. The hotel and every cottage Is p m. Daily. Passengers allowed on board for supper TliuntiUi)I
,;, raab" (the mirage). We onr"elvesllaw through Wilsou'i hands marked in the furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian -

'. nothing of this mirage beyond the blue same manner and ha was often joked wells pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns. all connected, give ample supply of the PROPOSED SAILINGS
f I haze in the distance such an indicates upon the extent of his possessions. The best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former Lv.New York Pier 21 E.R., 3,30.d.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Bmn, M|

'.' sea or .a big lake. This the Arabs call joke spread through all the departments I owner. John Green, who dl"d. and the property is now owned by Col. Aaron. A. Friday, Jan. IS.., .......... ........COLORADO..................... ,...Friday Jan..
DeUrauw. of New York whose address until 1st Friday, Jan. 2i...., ,..... ...... ..........RIO GRANDE: ...... .......... .... ....Friday, Jan, .
I el ma el kezab the false water. of the government and before long the I Jamaica Queen's County April Friday Jan, h>............... ...........COLORADO ... .........................Friday, Feb I
I Ib United States:! was popularly referred to Is Oak Hill, Fla.. There la a large pavilion 100 feet .square cement floor, cement J-rlday.Feb. 5..RIO GRANDE.. ............ .,........ Friday Feb'''
I 4 The Formation of the Anorn. as Uncle Sain.-Ladies' Home Journal walks water works and gal den. Best of hunting and fishing fresh and salt water; Friday Feb. W.....................?.......COLORADO...........................Friday, reb'

The male flowers of the oak are sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle\ and Indian Rivers; oysters. sea bathing beautl- For penerallnformatlon,steamers trains rates etc..apply to any railroad agent; or to I
long ful scenery; and the whole Is ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every 4..P.MURPHY Agent, Fernandina Fra. CRAS. DAVIE!!! Agent 2t() W. Bay St.Jiick8 iovilk|
I.. Bred in distnnt; clusters round.a Desirable Oblong; Ciulilon. convenience with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles poifect. The origi- H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Aaent; Brunswick Ga.
r, swaying stalk.: They approach much C. II.MALLORY General Agent Pier 20, E. River and 3IU Broadway N. Y.
: ? The removable band is the especial nal cost to John Green was $48,000; now for sale at $10,001)); half cash and half on
t nearer to the conventional idea of f a flow- feature that recommends this oblong time. Any good hotel team can make money here. Address
er individually. Instead being mere D. L. GAULDEX TltusvUle\ Fla.
I' ,
,. cushion. It is in cream linen on which
r, II aggregation of anthers or pollen cells _._ MUSICCOMPA
are outlined conventional flowers and --------- --- ----- ---- ---------- -- --- FREYER & BRADLEY
,,1/ oil simple scales those of the oak are ,

I possessed of dintiuct utarlike, hairy
:i calyxes, each marked off into six or (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.)

't I II ( even lobes and containing teu slender WHY ?

stamens, with two culled anthers. Then Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise!
I yes,. why: do Bicyclist Become ,
I r, the female flowers which are usually
j two or three near ouch other but not r
connected consist each of an ovary
with three short curved styles and invested I We purchased In January last:, the Immense stock of Pianos Organs, Slit]
oulyx that adheres closely 3 music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing( oj
by a
k the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room for a(f'4
it and becomes the hunk shell of
to or
line of the celebrated 1'ianoi
Conover New England Schubert and Klngsbury
the acorn. The whole except the styles, We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200:! more than r"
ia held in a cup formed of many small CUSHION WITH REMOVABLE BUID. ask for them :

overlapping scales which afterward foliage in washing silks) with a scalloped ; Conover.lltrle K. wal.,..... ............,..?.x760: Halne. Broil.. IItyle 6, mab............ t
: and shrink into IS K.eb..... .............. ....326. Schubert .. J6. .......
their lace. The
... lose individuality edge of washing case 'i i. J.eb. ................. ... 2110 Malcolm Love wsl.............. S htJ
't more roughness on the outside of the cup may be of satin linen or tapestry, filled .. ... wan......................... 3110 Steinway eb............... ...
"w that holda the acorn for only one of with down and the band is fastened to KEATING .. M. eb.. ........'................ 4110 Everett. eb.............,,
t a u K. wal.. ............ ...... 3'.4.1 Kingsbury R eb .. ...........
Ube six ovules contained- the ovary it with large ribbon bows.This McCammon.. style.. 22 wan ................. nno .. IItll.A eb.?...... ......
f Enthusiasts ? 7bmah.......... .........81.1 KDabeGrand .. ........ t t'I
". :: '7wa...................... 2711 Stuyvesant eb........".........
-- -- -.-- T.eb...................... 260/ wal.. ... ...,
TIIBV note the quick response as the pedal Is touched, Balnell.. Droll... ".. 6..b.... .......... .......,2011 Newsby&Evan: .b.........,......
8 eb. .......... ......
T. :the smoothness of motion as they glide: \ along the UII Jas. M. Star.
perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest e a a 8mall...................190 Morrill, eb..1_ _

strains and then discover why we. ask them to Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-polished';
put In thorough order and we them be momey-
J" BEE THAT CURVE 1 guarantee to satisfactory or
," \ I No Swaying Frames. funded. we furnish a stool, scarf innstruotion book and delivered f. o. 1 b. JJCI:'
No Binding of Bearings.Art sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.

is the 24 E Forsyth Street, Jacksonville Fla.
KEATING WHEEL CO., Middletown, Ct.F. ..
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; I- best W. BEERS Agent St. Augustine, Fla.
r: r I, Lr very o =:: : J.SB z: '"C""" az CODEALERS .

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IN _

,, I I SmokingTobacco' BICYCLES.Best I line in the State. Fin.e::: "W:33.e>s an.c1::: Liquor:: : :

IJ( 417 a 410 W. Bay St.
+ ''
,. RICH WINES create good rich I
I i LUTHY, 1150.00.; __ thy blood. Don't make tbe ,mlsta-'.
r-i(' made.Blackwell's L I. buying soar poor wine because "1
cheap. It I.I not. It ha a past
FOWLER, .$100, '73..OO.> =- H D '-- Rreeable effect upon the system, .11I''.
: I II ? i I I till gvorel wine w really: not expen-i'" "|
I I': CLEVELAND, f 100, tS .OO. rF 1(1. yon that pulled-together ']
aatlsnea feeling. fflina
!i We m."e SpeclAty of Nordl
;, ': Genuine WEST FIELD, $73.00, $60.00., Mountain Dew Com Wbiako*1
I :years. old, 92.00 per gallon. .. '
I VV Parties firing In Dry Towns ..
V SS well l to order from ns, .. we m
i BULL DURHAMt them M per cent on all orden.

i B. F. MANIER, Jr., A.1Tl..ad money with 0i1' >

t, II'I wal and. on*ooupoa uuM.each I sense bag and Mo OMDOM....*ack.... *.... : suitable We will Jackmrille not open new reference accounts Uf"'

:'. 1Ioa,a....ruse Ih. *coupon and ss*how to.Nyo..Me.01|MOm a.prwar. Jacksonville, Fla.K.T 6 #- /' lot w,A\...y' Y No Agent Good..ent for IDdlaDo 0.0.D.1nldlscapofwHercules to Dry To"1,

Brewers and Bottlers,
With Freyer A Bradley Music Co.
: Halt Tonic 12per MM; CUjtoa at: Russell wua Cherry Brandy, '*JO per case

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[YTONA HOUSE rio'-.A.-iilJ.aS. f.LUI '=.oRam:: .A.
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A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Fischer's Cottage.. --- EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.

his house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is nowr
than ever before prepared to furnish home
a comfortable to tourists and
raveling public generally. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my uld friends Pa1D:1: : Stix-oot;,. :ritia.jExrlllo: C. B. KNOTT, CenM Superintendent.
he East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. water.Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinking I

Rates: $2.00( per day; special rates by the week or month. 'ST. AUGUSTINE,
CIIR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. : .
New hotel, new furniture, modern Im Alcazar, ,
'HE PALMS beautiful Lake '
Fronting on
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager
Worth. Now open for the winter of 'Sfl
and '\97. $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special The Hotel Placida Opened: e<- Open November first to.May first."I
ate* by the week. Address "TIlE PALMS," West Palm Beach, }'Ia.Hou.se. 1894 Casino, "

A. M. TAYLOR, Supeiintendent.
In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between cast and west Swimming Pool. Russian. and Turkish Baths.
ar-rls one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. .
... Superior Cuisine and Service.'! Una meets all trains Terms *2.BO: per day and Ponce de Leon,
upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
OOOOA." FLOEt.Z3: .. OILL1S .I+}r; MURRAY, Managers.;
_. .. .. Open January to April.
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LOSE PROXIMITY TO ROCKLEDGE. ---- --- -- ---------

Rates : 2.00 per day. Special rates by the week or month. WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla Cordova,

Rooms only. Open dining February and March.;

Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table. ORMOND.

CEAN :BEACH HOUSE...< Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.00 per day; $7 to $10 per week. The Ormond, .

J. J. WHITE, Proprietor. ANDERSON & PRICE Managers.: |

'poslte Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing Rates .
ding to location of rooms. House open all the year. HOTEL : :: +EVVE:: PALM BEACH, ,
Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. Royal Poinciana .
Melbourne I
.. ..... .. Florida *
(Overlooking the Famous Indian ]averry' ) Manager. ,

W OPEN".rRockledge-, Open January to April. ,:.:. -<' r

Palm Beach Inn ; ':
ew Hotel. 's
FRED STERRY, Manager. .
Open December to May I
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::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: Palm Beach Casino, j '

ck1edge, ::E=" oriCLa\\ ,,, .,,. ,,,, ,, ,,, K. A. WATSON, Supotlntoiident., ;.
'''' '' "''' '' + t -- Salt\ Water Swimming Pool. :Surf Bathing."w ",>
H. E. BEMIS, l\I'g-r., Mohonk: Lake N. Y. a ::1 r Fishing from Ocean IMi-iv *">.'u"'I, /

cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help ,, MIAMI, .,;,' .( ,
e i grove ia full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- Royal Palm, ') "
I. Prices moderate. ? 'ytiYQ r nOne "
Send for Illustrated circulars., II. P. SHARES, II. W. MERRILL< Manager.On .
Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. Biscay Buy. Open January 1, 1807. ,

New York Office, 26 Broadway.
minute from hallway Iknt] ; near ticwtnfllce,churches and nrhool. FlrHt-ctiuw laundry in
connection with hotel. Rates I f..BU to*J UU par day j special rate by tha week,or month. Send to general omens, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the Ea'st Coast
W. R. VAMI'MKI.I.: Proprietor.

MINOLE HOTEL Mn. K. M. CAMPBELL, MaimK r M. -- -- .. .- -. -- .- .. .-
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The Plaza Hotel. GRAND VIEW HOTEL.
Open All the Year. .

I w'oert Fctlxxx: : :Roach, 'loridrat.: / .ritU004ylllo. F'loridi.

Florida. Tho above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table Is sup-
Ills hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close'to Rockledge. plied with all the market I\lfOl'd.-8I1ch an game, lUh, oysters, etc.
illway Depot. Free'buss to and from trains. A carriage/ meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-class laun-
..OUST XJ.VXXAN": :RIVII7R.: dry attached to the hotel.
oats attached the hotel with tackle
to fishing on board, for the use of: J. O. BAST,' Proprietor.

1TB8 : From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special rates by the week or Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. -- --- ..- -- -- ----- -.----..- .. --.. .... -...--". .-." '-- .. .----
Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving.S. .
IEORQE ZAPF, proprietor. Proprietor.Also
I ::: :: : :: :RIVER: : 23OTEI.a: : .
I Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel,
with a capacity for 300 guests.

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.Eotellgonquin. Indian River
Open December 3rd. .. ..
Fla.J. .

our b 1
RGE, r' Open All Tho Year.
an / IIIIJ1Ths\\\\ -

soft Specialties at Ormond. rl
I m Only a tow minutes'
mrI mM"nd'I'1" nm R
i lranl aml1T II
fishing *
For Circulars, address, walk
rvI 1t7 s V w :
at : j r 'PI" $ MM t t>f M 1 119 wu u u u.i hi I t nun nn msnI I dens and Stenmboatyland- .
& VINING Managers 1u Inga.x' .
to and ; 1 f p' Mr '
J Jr'm On the banks of the
tea: ORMONDBYTHESEA.Plaza < '.atwa w.7 far-frmeL Indian River

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AUGUSTINE, FLA. > ,df ., D. J. JONES, Proprietor.-

Most centrally located. Fronting the '- Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms t to
Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic
> Splendid view from Its long and New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric! Bells In every room. Families
verandas. Fronting the old\ Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Day, with fine 9 .
Rates: 2.00 per day and upward. Ocean View. All white help Rates $2.00: per day and upward. /Special Weekly
.. Special rates by the week., Rates. Sample Room. M. W. EAT IAN, Proprietor, Two Minutes Walk from Central
\Cor. First-class table board at reasonable ST. AVOUItTINK, FLA.
.,... Mies. A. S. FELL.
: lorillard: : Villa._ CHATTANOOGA, TENN.Travelers' -

... .... _n .. ,_._
?glits. wIZ.l"x THE COLONNADES
i St. George Street,
,. Hotel. '
the Peninsula opposite Daytona.]) ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. a.
r Day
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. cr i Is located<<1 In the center of the Street Jacksonville Fla.
Mr Bay ,

J ED. This hotel is delightfully situated; Is office city midway and City between Gates. the Its post-surrounding This Hotel is now under new management

f are exceedingly picturesque ,
I by steam; has Electric Lights, wM1r'' f the grounds being'un- I
and has been thoroughly renovated throughout.
and Sea Baths, etc. It is the as surpassed by any private hotel In
[EL ; '
ftt pleasant all-the-year-round hotel the city. Bus meets all Trainer and Electric Cars pans door. Bath rooms and all
the Coast. Conveniences on every floor.
I East f Terms:-*2.fX) per day.
Open: Ail tine; TTonr.Rates -
3RNE, :-$2.50 and 3.00 per day. 3 r' Special Rates by the week. :-American Plan, $2: to tJ.r.Oj; European, 50o to tl. Special:! by the week.
to $15.00: week. r -
412.50: per Mrs. FINLCY, Proprietress.
Tall .. T r Electric Bolls, Hot and Cold
luntlng C. C. POST, Proprietor. $ Baths. .. .- .. .. -- --. ------ .- -

f id Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. ::eO'rEJ: : :.4 CON OZIZIY',

, Park Cottage MIAMI, FLORIDA.

The Inn Perfectly new hotel with all modem ,Improvements. Located! 'on park, one
A Palm Beacb Florida. Holly :- Leo $2: per day and upward. Special rates by: week or month.

I'he (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana)
his :: : F or1d.a: ,_
in The New Hotel
[the on' the Lake Front; Verandas ,Elliot/
'' Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River! which Is unsurpassed ,
overlooking beautiful Lake Worth. ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
deeply for and Fishing.
f Boating
a by a j. Cor. Bay and Bridge 8U., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
on I : 2.00: to $3.00. per. day. .!. Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriage meet all train Nearest hotel by: Are block to union depot. Rat -Roouoa80, 70o $1,,'.r'41and
a feD: Special rate* by the Week. Rate*:-:From f 2.50 per day. '', ) $2 per day; with board, $1,93.00, $3 and .1.00 per day. '-gjwclal .eaten,t
bly week or month add for large MiUQnrlo klnr 81:,,:Jobac Itlver:V Nearly'eltnntly ,
3f.'J. TABBOBOUOIT, Special {week or month. furnished;; all modern ImprovemenU; two blocks of nnlo ;;d .OjrieS.S.'WhwfandpoetofBce. -
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yeur Proprietor." 'o..' UO __; '1pj.o: i,2r J. B. ,T.'BOWDE3T; Proprietor. ..tUlaagu.Hr" .




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9 I'i ''\\i:i',' J I 8 INDIA RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY 5, 1897. -

, A Valuable Dog Poisoned.We four. Following the trail about a quarter Boat Wanted.

of a mile Into the bush they came up THE BOBBINS &: GRAHAM C CPaid Co

understand that the line1' setter: with the dog: who was faithfully circlingIn Eighteen/ or twenty-foot oat boat want- .
I : a of about twenty feet. After condition.
space ed; round bottom; /good
owned Mr. W. II. Peters of
I I'I" i dog, by ,
at last careful search Manager Morgan perceived Address, M. B. MAHTIN,
: Brooklyn week was poisoned Daytona something peculiar In shape,' .form and Fort Pierce Hotel.FOI't. Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
".. by some was'a person or persons unknown color, well up in the crotch of a partially Pierce, Fla.
lie canine
! ;. magnificent fallen pine. Calling on Mr. Mooreto LOANS REAL
.. specimen, and wan greatly admired by LAW ESTATE.
verify his eagle eyesight, the trusty ,
all who him. We the
saw hope guilty
rifle was brought to bear on the object Birds and Animals Mounted.
If. will be discovered and full justicebe
party ,
and sped the bullet on Its dendly
?., For Sale, before meted whom out he to him may by be the brought.magistrate The mission. Something quivered, and when R. C. Scrlmgeour-, taxidermist Birds We have for sale a large list of careful]
the second shot pierced Its head down Itcame
dog was valued by its owner at, at least, with a tremendous thud and the and animals mounted In the best stylo. selected Indian River' Properties. *
Common and fancy pineapple plants. $;)00. Address, Washington/ avenue,
PI'I select from. Lemon and prize of the midnight hunt was found to (Corner of Main St..) Lands the Florida
Forty acres to be a 20-lb beautifully marked wild cat. 1 Titusville Fla. Agents for Sale of of Coast Lit
!' other citrus trees EPtTara.Mare It is of the ,
1'I' JAMES HOLMES, a source gratification Canal and Transportation Co.
lies AM.Oa dog/ well trained, above-named gentleman that the partial
Jensen Fla. /
Ant' a ilofc ofedlgreeFtre;
I They claim that bis death from poison, oc disappearance of some thirty fine chick- Budded Citrus Stock for Sale. CANAL. g.A.1VS.:
ourred. ens from Mr. Moore's flock IB thus ac-
(I' I.antll'or! Sale. And nil loss Is most grievous to bear. counted for, and further verifies their Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &. Key West Railway Com
Among dogs without rival In sports of the predictions that night marauders about 111,000 choicest budded citrus trees and Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co,
field Ercildoune are as likely to be caught as general line of nursery stock. Send for and other Low Priced Lands.
,, Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of And a nature so faithful and true any other species, for Messrs. Moore aad catalogue to John B. Beach, West Palm
j land on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers. Tbe What sorrow wonder expressed bill toils juetly In thus due keenly t felt Morgan are, like the celebrated Pinker- Beach, Fla. Special attention paid to Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

I W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. tons, possessed with an eye that never' Nassau shipments.
Farewell noble lasso It may be your home Titusville. Florida.
r Ha been changed to the tog .tar-what then ? sleeps. Col. Foulkes has taken charge:
Another kind mauler will greet;you with joy of the hide, and promises to furnish the for
V For Charter. And surely; no pol oiui again. Inn with a fine trophy. .

I V The fine sloop -Yankee- Doodle can bo Orange Grove House of Refuge PAXTON & HATCH!

chartered by the day, week or month; to be SoMe IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and Naphtha launch for sale, in and perfect Oft
iiuiidiiig order nearly new; fiOft. long
'. wnywbere between Ormond and Miami. Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for ;
b fitpod accommodations for ladies. For! the ADVOCATE. wide; fitted with a 16-horse power en-
I farther particulars, write to Supt. II. B. Shaw, of Ormond, Informs ginoof the Gas Power & Engine Co., DEALERS IN-
CAI T. GKO. Cook, I the ADVOCATE that sealed proposals to New York. Main cabin Is 12i t. long;
I Tltusvllle, Fla. purchase the Orange/ Grove House of 8ft. wide and Oft. Uln. head-room. Has Gents
I .. --.--- ---- Refuge building, the boat-house with PINE' FOREST INN, electric bells, and sleeping accommodation1 and- Dry Goods Notions
.. launchway, and the portable cypress I for'six. Every convenience ,
lew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. cistern thereat, belonging to the U. S. Summervllle, S. C. fully equipped throughout. Speed, nine
life-saving service, will be received at his miles per hour. Cost $7,000; will sell
Goods Shoes Hats Cri
office until 12: o'clock, noon, of Tuesday, for *'',I'iOO. Furnishing
the IGth day of February, 181)7.) A first-class Winter Resort in every Address: NAPIITHA LAUNCH, ,
must be made to respect. Electric Lights, Elevators and Care of ADVOCATE,
Payment Capt.Shaw
Fla. Hardware Corn Oats and Hay High Grade fo|
In United States currency, within ten all other modern Improvements for comfort Titusvllle, Crockery, ,
days after the receipt of the notice of the convenience and pleasure. A fine .
I, acceptance of proposal. The govern Bicycle Track has been added to the cerles Fishing Tackle Ammunition and General Merchandise.ROCJgL .
fail to read our inside pages.
ment will not be responsible for the many other attractions. The climate: of -Never in- ,
I I." building etc., after payment thereof t Is Summerville is unsurpassed Situatedon You will always find something to : FLA..
:: : 7aGEIy
j made. Envelopes containing proposals the South Carolina A; Georgia R'y., lerest you. .
t! 00V must be indorsed, "Proposal to purchase twenty-two miles from Charleston, S. C.
Grove House of For circulars or any Information wanted
i irl Orange Refuge, etc. and repairingcall
FOB first class shoemaking
i The is reserved to address W. M. HAIGHT, Manager,
I"it'" right reject any or Washingtonavenue
: all bids and to waive defects. Summervllle\ S. C., or on J. A. Daughtery, madeto
Fla. Shoes McMURRAY & BAKER.
Titusvllle, PIE. : ,
F. W. WAGENER 4 CO., Proprietors, order In fine style. ,"-
t Charleston, 8. C. .
tj Wreck Near Lantana. Wholesale and Retail

j rl -
: At 1:30: Saturday morning, in the worst
i hour of the gale, the barkentlne Ho Kim
t I, Soon, Morgan master ( also builder and jIrnMwIIfl Carriage WagonGild

"i'' -= owner bound),to in Fernandina balla t, from, struck a Spanish the outer port .............................................................. .........
j \ Stationary anti Marina 1% to 126 It. P, The reef. At 5 o'clock Sunday morning she Materi

\' I', safest rower meet for Launches.Reliable,Economical Auxiliary and Power Durable for had pounded her way Into the beach, Under New Management....

''I'I I yacht power I m and required.biiHtneiM. boats and where stationary The where captain she now, wife lays, ,and just crew opposite can town.climb ...... ...................... ..... ........ ....... ... .......... ..

Sole UENJ. W. JEROME(, down a ladder and land dry-footed on Dump Carts Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, .Hand Carts, etc.tj,
Rnprenentatlre for Manufacturers In the The craft i is 330 and
the beach. tons, 2
.State of Florida. HOCKLHDOB, FLA. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
years old. She I Is upright on the beach
;Cataloguea: and prices on application.' headed due south. The vessel a totalloss

II, t less auction price of rigging, stores
and boats. The craft was built and IB Hotel Indian River

d I I FOR SALE. owned in Digby: N. B. The HerSelden

,IF Ton Are Looking for a Bargain conversation Orange, the other Trees with day,a Wanted.In he prominent said that. landowner he Rockledge, Fla., Opened January 15, 1897 Cypress Door Companj]

was anxious to buy 1,000
young orange
The Clear View Pineapple Plantation
trees stock about to 2 Inches and RATES $3.00 AND UPWARDS PER DAY.
lj5 ,
:J?.A.L..A.: L'S A :FLA.
U for sale, for less than one-half its actual ,
of the best varieties. lie saw nothingof
: value, as a whole or In lots to suit the kind advertised in the AnvocATE. WEBB & ALDEN, Proprietors. Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
\ purchasers. Terms exceptionally reasonable. ',Any of our advertisers having trees of _
Come and see property if posjTble the above size will\ please send price and One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Eli!
full particulars to this office.

If not, address and General Wood Plants in the United States

i... roa I I IIABKY W. RICIIARDS Eden, Florida., The Juno-Jupiter r Canal. To Florida Tourists. Working

. I Iii And with experienced management (covering a past experience of i ei

The steamer Three Friends left Jacksonville DON'T Return to New York by the same route which years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the I
possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our will a
Monday afternoon for New production
:' i j'' IRS CAROLINE WASHBURN ROCKWOOD River to tow the dredge Blsoayne to brought you into Florida, when you can Doors! Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hothouse Materials, Tanks Glass, <

: OF NEW YORK, Jupiter where she will commence workon Return via Key WestOn
I the Juno-Jupiter canal. Tbe above the Line "W take a sea-trip Into
V the Elegant Steamers of "Mallory you may
tV : Solo Soprano & Choir Director steamer would have started south for Texas from the same point and then home by rail. Just think It over and then Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposure: ]
this purpose last week, but was pre- write to CHAS. DAVIES, Agent, Atlanta On.,181)0.
( ; vented owing to the stormy weather at 220 W. St. Jacksonville, for particulars.
or the Memorial Church, St. Augustine Bay ,

Receives vocal pupils for February nnd -- -- ----

March.A .
Olnclnnatiis Farm
1807 Model Wheels
",\" I In Stock : The St. Augustine Cycle Co. .

: Mr. W. W. Russell, manager of the Cln- Victor $100.
1.. I Hon Case at Itoekledge.i PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond
clnnatus Farms, near Sebastian, returnedto .
r ; I Ormond lust !Saturday from the Wolff, $100.Rambler Has the best line of wheels

''t t Judge 1S.. Jones and a jury composed I north, where he has been for the past $80.
; and sundries in the state. All Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,:I
.. i of Messrs. J. M. Dixon, E. L. two months buying dredging machinery.
f'I'I I Brady, E. M. Wager: C. II. Walton, C. C. Work on reclaiming the 115,000) acres Crescent, $30, $75. Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fit
Curtlss, C. F. Fischer S. J. Norton, P.M. known as the Cinoinnatus Farms" will Patee, $60. Kinds of bicycle I repair work
Fischer F. A. Losley, C. M. Uauk- soon be resumed. Mr. Russell passed Markets
Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and! Bellies.
j night O. F. Duren nnd C. D. Flood left through Tltusville, Wednesday, on his Special, $35. neatly done. ,
.f' hero for Hock lodge, on Monday, as appraisers way to Cincinnati Farms, and In- 8t. AiiRiifttlne hoi the F. W. BEERS Prop. "
':: In condemnation proceedingsof formed us that he had spent one monthIn bent bicycle roads lu Flu. Trite "1.1& :or :lr.1oe&.

,fro the Hrovard County Commissioners New York and another In Cincinnati.
I us. M. C. Salmon, of South Rockledge.

,. 0 l County also present.Tax land Assessor, which After is J.viewing used F. AVooten for the a public condemned was- Roseland.The Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co.- Now is Your ChanceTo

road, and discussing the matter pro and bridge gang are repairing the
I con, the jury decided that Mr. Salmon bridge, putting on cross stays. MANUFACTURERS OF -
was entitled to damages to the amountof '
$100. The matter was settled In a Most of the vegetables In this vicinity Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings Flooring Start a Lemon Grape Fruit or Orange Gr
very short time, nearly all the above went through the recent cold snap with ,

party returning to town the same day but little Injury. In order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits in sout!

Sheriff/ J. 1'. Drown was In charge of Mr. Alexander, of West Virginia who Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Dozes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. Srevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will\ during the off;

'...... the jury. has been visiting his uncle, Mr. II. D. 00 days make a reduction of fifty ((30) per cent in freight rates on Nursery S;; I! l Knffner, left on Monday for Orlando to Good work and material low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and over its line to points south tueville.\

I CARD THANKS. attend the Good Roads. Convention having
office. .
JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, '
t The undersigned begs to return received an appointment as a dele :,

i thanks, through the medium of the gate. Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, Fla. ST.. AUGUSTINE, FI 4 '

ADVOCATE, to the jurors who acted in Messrs. Copperthtte, McCoy and November 17, 1806. '
the capacity ot appraisers in the condemnation
i left Monday morning for Jack-
I proceedings of the Board! of .
sonville. and
McCoy Smith will
I County Commissioners vs. M. C. Salmon tinue their. trip to Washington, D. C.
". at Kockledge verdict., Fla., for their fairnd their home. It Is Mr. Copperthtte's Intention ,
f impartial to meet his wife lu Jacksonvilleand
.\ ;n, M. C. '
1\\C;(' .. : Rocklodge, Fla., Feb. :2, '1)7.) SALMON.: country.return lie with has her passed to the Indian several river successive I WI : Electrical and Machinery Sappy

c winters on the river spending
t most of his time In the vicinity of Rose- I ,Mesaw MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOR
1fIo' A Conference Predicted. land; and, although/ he plays sad 1 havoc High; Grade Machinery Card Electrical Motors
Apparatus, Eddy
with the quail, we are pleased to hear of
Generators, Warren Altrenator
It Is said that I It Is the object of Sena- the Intended visit of his wife to this section .u Co Ilornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, WllllaJII J
11 SenatorPlatt hold a with and trust this foreshadows the Kit-a0r8i! MTJF1119' for Et""trlo'" hearlmt Fans.factory work.machine motors,street Dental iail motorCid. ""J"1
.. Quay, Mark Hanna, and building of at least one more winter ment. modern In design and construction. Fully guaranteed and prunes'Igh.
possibly with President-elect McKInley, residence here. THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least F. BISHOP. Manager. JACKsoNVILLE *H
Palm Beach Money. Salenroom.51 West St.,
at shortly. Senator Quay On Tuesday night, about 10 o'clock Fonyth Repair Shop,2029 Main St.
1> now at his place on the St. Lucle rlrer. startled
people at Inn were -
Rumor that "men who know
Flatt intimately says say he would not undertake Mr... from rifle their and slumbers in the by the reports froma Juju Tract llol-tod. GEORG MARX. JOHN :MABiJ

d a southern trip at this season of the to on morning the were which permitted Rye and Corn per!gal....... ......f IJSOop Iroquois Rye J per pi............. 6.00
a year for the sake of recuperation, but gaze object Tom.S Holland'. Gin... I.11OUp California Wines Catawh Port, MARX: :
caused all the commotion. Mr. L. C. Peach'and BRO:
Cognac Blackberry, sherrClaret and .
that "It Is made purely for political rea- Moore and Manager Morgan were seated ppleBnDdlee........... ....... l.Mup Bottled Boer,per do.Angelica..............* 1.001lp 1.00an
sons. In the office conversing on business mat- Sioux Rye.per (t. 3.00 Imp.BnerrlesT 1 per pl.......... 4.00 to 6.00 Wholesale Dealers In
Molden Crown Rye &l.. ,. ".00 .......
per g Imp. Oporto Port per gal 4.00 to BOO
I 1 ten., when suddenly their conversationwas Shawnee Rye per (U............... 0.00 Imported Gtn, per gal..........4.00tae.OO Titles to Florida Lands. Interrupted by the loud cackling of Fine Imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.60 per 100 sal
I one of the resident of their pet hen and upwards. Send money with all orders. All Jugs 15c. per gal. extra. : and 113 East Bar: Street and 93 ...dl5 wan Street
coups. Lantern and gun in hand they Will mail complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed raokaOD.v-U1ep; s P1oricS':
I > The on Public Lands at hurried forth ou a tour of inspection, when desired without extra charge. Send for price list.J. .
'. Ifrtshlngtoa Tuesday, voted to make a rather expecting to run up against the
favorable report on the Senate bill\ tot old game-'possum. The barking of old H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St., ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE U
I onflrm the title. of all settlers on lands BeUy in the distant woods called themto
,>. rattled under tie act of 1842 for the action Mid suiting the action to the TO GROWERS-Let na bow what and J
,; armed occupation and settlement of word they started off after the varmint, Jobber of all kind of Liquors. .Winea and Beers known to the spirit tables. Returns prompt and lore. We yon have 10 th"'wa.1 of Fruit .._..
it t east Florida, who have been in possession whatever It might be, determined to get and wine trade. Peas. Write UI for our wholesale price list supply the best Seed Potatoes
; for twenty years. him, whether possessed of two legs or MARX of groceries



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