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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 12, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00065
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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,OCAL NEWS cr:: JOB PRINTING at this office. Head Tills Column Carefully. I ALL THE LATEST and most popular Chlltbxm's SUoet 1 KVC1S: 17.JttKITEJ*.

I songs< of the day at Chalice A.:.(CVs. I

Topic of General Interest.Mr. GRAND SELECTION OF OVERCOATS LOCAL ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line Pee Iff you need anything'/ tet the wntjr of WIIKKK to. stop. See &t ol hotelson

I at cost price l is now being offered by Week on this,(front) page. ,children's shoes,. we have just rocutvoil our tth( Mill 7th ptig.esWo >
THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE THE EAGLE CLOTHING: STORE, fifty different s&yloll-any color yon ran now. have i'i* TUnsvtllo two \
| S. N. Gladwin came up to town Tltusvillle Fla. Titnsvlllt' ), has an elegant stock of mention, and of all the-latent sbiMles. liotelH-the- Indian open Rivet ami Grand
i Miami last Saturday. i. HOT SODA at Clinffce Co's. Jjteat shoes. A perfect fit guaran You will do well to examine theso shoos View.

Mr. J. W. Ballantine of Sharpes I -Mr. E. L. Brady returned from teed. Pitas right. before buying elsewhere tru7_ W' are oertntery getting: the
JhdLlUR Tltus.iille.Tlioio
Titusville a visit on Wednesday.The I Miami on Wednesday.Mr. FOR GENTS' HATS of the very latest County Clerk Stewart and wife have KI.MJS tourists out the East 'mint i>f Florida

| annual regatta of the Palm I A. E. Wilson, of the Wilson Cypress fashion\ and desirable In every otherrespect been visiting relatives at Cuqittna thin und It will pay you to< examine tile line at the bu In th timetable advt.
Eagle may a clmiifjo an
ch Yacht Club will take place on Co., spent Sunday in St. AugustIne. week.
Clothing\ Stoie, Tltusvillo.\ They save of the tttwimer :Silver: Kln(( next
ruary 22. a superb assortment. Attorney A. J.. Lewis*. of Tort ...t>.,k.,. -Stop all tho.Snn Jnaa, hotel Orlando.Mr. .

Hotel Alcnzar boasts in having ash -The annual regatta of the Biscayne l'Ierce.1ubcen in town several days F. e. Commons. of Boston lnwnepepted
Yacht Club will -Wo regitot to leonn, that Mm. John
take
i and Texas its Bay place on February this week. '
Lyon a Lyon as
the..positlomof
J1ADQUAli"rIf.R8: .HS for Singer sowing' ma Walker Is en the sick list, and trust to bookkeeper
tll. 22.Mr. chines. W. R. Knox:, agent, Tltusvlllw. -Mr. Cad Bryan and Attorney R. R. nee her unit again pro.long.Wednesday / llotul Key West.
.Mrs. George Curry of Key West I and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, of Taylor of Miami were In Jacksonvillethis : Both ofl our Tltn.ville hotels-Indian
Canaveral, were pleasant visitors to townon week.: Mr. Howell lung. was
from her at River nnji Grand V.w-lIw\ve
bicyle Miami t5atul'day.severely been
Monday. ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE : flnad $">0 for keeping a gamblieg house doinga
I Injured her foot. tai business tuba week.
-Mr. Forrest Lake residentof very
a oopular
10 vents a yard at In Jacksonville MUL. Titus gave notice
(Mr. J. Mendel Is expecting a visit I Owing to a shortage: In his accounts CHAFFER & CoXTitusville '' Sanford was In town oa Wednesday of & Hotel Key West, of the Florida East
his sister-Miss Lena aid to amount to $1,500 Morshal J. D. Fla. and Thursday. Const Hotel I h
i Mendel System,. now open, muchto
Mr. Arthur T. Vemster has leased the
Ross of West Palm Beach has been suspended I -
i resides in New York shortly. from duty. -Miss Dwyer and MJu Louise Dwywv Indian :Klver. hotel. TUusvlltav for two the Joy ol Key Wester,

(Mr. and Mrs. O. F. Duren were en- DRESS GOODS. Call or send for sam of Roeklodgo, have lean stopping at the more )1Iarll. It will be kept open all the The progressive euehre parties given
ing the beautiful drives In and around -The little daughter: of Mr. William ples of our New and Stylish Dress Palm Beach Inn this week year round at the Royal Potaulatut. by Mr. Fred

tons on Sunday last. Filer of Buena Vista a few days ago Goods. Largest and Most Fashionable -1IIr. J. 0 Waltowbaebeen Sterry are.nald.l: b&very enjoyable.
spentBng .
: Me. and Mr C. Wolco of Charleston
fell from the steps of the house and w .
Stock the East Coast.J. .
Mr. R. C. Scrtmgeour went to Mel- broke the wrist of her right arm. on the week In St. AHffuatUte and Jacksonville S.C., and Mm. and Mrs. W. W. Tut- Oenmml Superintendent C. B. Knott
|rne on Tuesday, to attend the Repubcommittee W. KSTES: St. Augustine. having left tone lust Saturday.Mr. wlle hof Chicago, are stopping at the l left St. Au ustliM for Palm Beach )Mon!, ti

i meeting.We -During the prevailing moonlight Wm. M. Brown and little MSB\ Indian Itjver betel, at this, place. day. He s ems to be on the move all
nights bicycle riding is being indulged the time.
TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN .
acknowledge; receipt of a report In by of our people. The weathers Louise loft hero MtoaiUy! spend a day -The naphtha launch Moxie l Is on a
many Away to who will plant It In St. home Room clerks Fred King, at the Royal
any person or so Augustine, returning
Hat at tb wharf. She Is
to the United oar railway
'European Immigration perfect in all respects for this exhilarating -
In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE Wednesday.Miss Polnclann;:and Geo. l\ Kelsey at the .
es, etc.," from Senator Pasoo. exercise and a Jooly StteaVup boat sad l Is owned by Palm Beach are popular with
quite
: office Titusville get some. l'Oot
Mr.. F. E. Thompson of Boston
S. B. : of Pa.
Attention l is drawn to the new ads. -The Palm Beach Inn has been entertaining __ __ -- Kennedy Ente the traveling public.
the Surprise Store and Pomar & a jolly party from Philadelphia m passed through- here Wednesday,. en -Prof. W. Austin, .n well known
In of limited
mae, St.Augustine, In this l Issue. this week among whom are Mrs. John -The weather .has been quite warm I route to Melbourne on a visit to her sis. trial and foiaejr rider will give a public we cannot consequence publish the our full list of hotel
ter Mrs. L. IX Lockwood.On I
this week. exhibition of his skill about 10s.
A. Wilson and the Misses Helen R. and I m.
arrivals for hotel advt.
only as an ,
[ Mr. E. P. Porcher of Cocoa spent any
n Saturday until Monday the guest Emily L. Wilson. -The new ad. of Mr. Robt. E. Mime .I 8th pagowill be found. the new this morning, In TItuaville.\ which will be charged at our regular
will be found on 8th page. ads of the New Hotel Granada and Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold rates.
Ir. and Mrs D. A. Blodgett, at Day- -The brig Oh Kim Soon-to which

i. ; we referred as having been wrecked off -Mr. L. H. Church of Orlando is In able Hotel and Buckingham well-kept,hostelrie which axe comfort divine service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal The New Elliott hotel Jacksonville

(The steamer Silver has been Hypoluxo Beach, last week-has been town to-day, on his way south. church Titusville, on Sunday next, the keeps an excellent table and the rooms
tying number King of sold by the underwriters to Julius F. -Mrs. Cleveland of Albany N. Y., 14th last., at 11 a. m. and 7\0::\ p. m, are largo and well furnished Quite a
quite
a possengers -Mr. J. J. White of Rockledge who
Smith for : ; and Miss of have been
$225. Dedrlok Chicago
veen Titusville and Rookledge this -Mr. A. C. Gardner who hair boon largo number of tourists have been stopping -
accompanied the family of the late Mr.
visiting :Mrs. Fred Sterry, of the Itoyal at this hotel of late.
months In
several Rochester N.
k. -Mr. W. A. D. Salisbury of Merrltt Dixon as far as Jacksonville, returned Poinciana. lIlr.. Cleveland also made a upending/
[Attorney C. T. McCarty of Ankona I who has been on a trip to England passed home yesterday.Mrs. trip to Nassau. 1: .. returned to town yesterday afternoon Supt. C. B. Knott entertained a partyof
much benefited Ida
his to by sojourn
through here Monday on way friends. At
dinner Sunday evening
caller at this office
a pleasant on Lizzie B. Kendall of Harrisburg
his Indian River home having spent -The St.Auffustlno Taller Is getting north.
lIe returned home at tho Voneo do Loon, among whom we
sday morning. Pa. 1 18 visiting her Mrs. M.
Sunday In St. Augustine en route ulster more popular than over. Its editor
Dodson State Senators C. L. Mageo and noted Mr. Trod Sterry of Palm Bench;
same day.
[ D. L. at thin placu. She finds
down the East Coast. and proprietor-Mrs. Anna M. MarootteIs
W. Flinn have brought nn notion for Mr. Joe. I' Grooves, Miss Lila Grooves
(Dr. and Mrs. L. T. Daniel of Cocoa Indian River climate rather different to certainly working hard her
II. J. Smith of Pompton upon criminal libel for 10,000 against Mr. and Mrs Knott.
Mayor I what it was when she left Pennsylvania.
e visitors to towu for a short while journal.Mr. .
Lakes N. J., who was recently called newsy It. R. Quay, son of Senator M. S.: 'Quay, The dance at the Casino Saturday

[led Monday.his Dr. Daniel jr., accom- north owing: to the illness of his son, returned -Our correspondents will oblige us Harry Walton?, of Clifton was at PltlHbiirg, Pa. night wan well attended by many of St.Aupustine's .

parent to his winter home at Rockledgeon by examining the advts. In our columns, a pleasant caller at this office on Monday. Master Will MoFarluiid who has ; prettiest young ladles all

-Mell rs. J. II. Lumpkln.E. K. Lump- Monday. His son-who was much so that they can see who deserves a free He certainly has some fine oranges In Ills been In town with his parents all the well as by guests of the hotels. An ADVOCATE -

and Mrs. W. W. Lumpkln of At- better-accompanIed him. notice (occasionally as we believe in helpIng grove, and we had the pleasure of samp I winter left here Saturday, !, last, for NewIlampslilic :. representative wan present by

t.nclana> have this been week.sojourning at the Royal -Major Louis McLaln the well known puffs/ those help to who kill help a newspaper.us. Too,many free ling some of the said succulent fruit. : where lie will again enter Invitation of Supt. Taylor.

contractor and phosphate mine owner, -Miss GilllM, the charming daughter upon hiM! school duties. Room Clerk A. S. LoomU and Cashier

The Titusville band discoursed sweet of Fitzgerald Fla., spent a day or so In -The dignified, affable gentleman In of !Ir. and Mrs. Homer (Hills, of the' .-Our people were deprived of the use A. L. Marsh of Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine -
sic on Its'" band stand last Saturday St. Augustine the first of the week. The charge of tile office of the Grand View Hotel Ponce do Leon was one of the of tho electric lights on Monday night, wore kept pretty busy on Sunday
and to an open-air major always has a kind word to hotel at this place can entertain guestsIn popular ladies who attended the
nlng expects give genial young owlntf to a had lunkiigu of the boiler In und Monday last, owing to so many
cert on that night every week. say In favor of Titusville. three languages, viz., English/ French dance at the Casino M. Augustine last till cotniJiny's works",, which duf't.1 guests arriving and departing. Still
and Spanish. He has a son, a prominent
-Mr. E. F. Cooley o: Lansing Mich., -The heavy squall which came up attorney connected with the courts of !Saturday:: night. however, was" lomedluu)( next day they appeared to have a pleasant wont

here on Monday In his fine launch quite suddenly last Friday night man- Panama.Mr. -Mrs. Jennie G. Hall who has been -Mr: JU.: Watt Miss\ Bert I.hul"y, : for nearly everybody; while Manager
a cruise as far as Biscayne Bay. Mr. aged to force In a couple of panes of spending Hume time In JSt. Augustliio./ Kdnn E. of Ueldsvlllti Greaves was "here there and ever}*
1111,1IIM" Llnilsey
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|II. Whitehead accompanied him. glass in the windows of the Indian River anti Mrs. L. A. Brady enter- stopped oil at Titusville from Monday uirlved in town Mr. where trying to make Ms guests feel
N. (C. yesterday
,
hotel at this place a fence was Also tained a few friends at their residence until! Tuesday on her way to Miami, at home.
Mr. W. W. Russell returned to Cln- Watt expects to spend a week or HO on
natl Farms after spending partly blown down. In South Titusville on Wednesday night. where she expects to lomaln about two Indian River while llio Misses Llndsoy Mr. Fred Sterry, manager of the Royal
Monday In and the
Whist was Indulged at con-
by or so at Ormond. Mr. Russell's -Mr. and 1lrs.V.. S. Conner of Trenton clusion of the game refreshments were or three weeks.Messrs. ., will not return home until April. They Polnolana and Palm hunch Inn, surprisedhis

lier Is expected here about the SJOth N. J. : and Mr. and Mrs. W. O. partaken of, those In attendance having F. C. Reed And T. J. Payne,, expect shortly to visit, Kocklcdge, Melbourne friend by appearing In Ht. Augustine ,

Budd of Chicago; have been enjoying spent a most enjoyable evening. of Philadelphia who are guests of Hotel arid Palm Beach.Cnptatn lust Sunday. In conversation be said
themselves on the Gulf Coast this week. Indian lilver, Kocklodge are quite popu- nn ADVOCATE representative
Mr. John C. Jones, our newly-ap- -The Misses Emma and Minnie Hardoe. Leo Vogel government, Inspector that the cause of his being/ there that
They will probably pay Palm Beach a lar with the older Hut, with hopes of a
jated postmaster, expects to take pos- visit either this or next week. of Rockledge, are spending a few days conquest with some of the younger let of hulls, and Captain Spencer, day was owing tho Illness of the father
Ion of the postoffice as soon as the with their friend Miss Lizzie Ives at later. government Inspector of boilers wore In of Mrs., Sterry. Ho accompanied his
toffice inspector arrives which wil -Land seekers and orange grove buyers LaGrange. A dance was given in their town short while yesterday and Informed wife as far us St. Augustine and she

very shortly. continue to register at the Grand honor at the TItusvllltf Opera house on Capt. 0. T. Lyon ami Mr. Du font us that they had loan Inspecting/ continued the journey to her father'sdemo

schooner View hotel Titusville, where they gain Monday night. The Misses Ilardee returned Lyon of Sherman Tux us; Miss Dui'ont stunmeiH at Diiytona New Smyrna and In Albany N. Y. Mr. Starry returned -
The Norma Capt.
trading much disinterested Information as to homo on Wednesday.We of Jacksonville; and Mr. Charles E. P. Rock lodge. They loft here yesterday to Paint Beach on Monday..
Lean, has just been undergoing locations etc. A fishing party was made Lyon of London England ; Mrs. and afternoon for Jensen Palm Beach and
borough overhauling. She has been up by the hotel guests a few days ago are In receipt of some very fine Miss Sinclair of Indiana, are among Miami to make Home further Inspec Supt. A. M. Taylor-between hU water
(aged in her above capacity on Indianer and had a successful catch. and large Peruvian guavas from Mr. C. the jolly sojourners( at Hotel Alcazar St: tions. polo dancing, theatricals, smoking converts -
for a number of :rear T. Gifford of Vero. They look like Augustine.Our etc.-In making the Casino, St.
I Miss Llda Greaves sister of Manager -Tho blowing of swam whistles and of
-Mr. Tomlinson pears-especially In shape; are of very Augustine quite a popular place re
Stewart Harvey of the Poinciana, formerlyf Is Joseph P. Greaves of Hotel Alcazar St. fine flavor and the smallest measures RoHoland correspondent says: ringing of bells about half past three sort. Them was quite a largo crowd

chief Royal of the Augustine; l is not only making a numberof 41x8 Inches. It l Is evident the late cold The delightful weather of the past week yesterday afternoon drew a largo crowdto present on Saturday. who fully enjoyedthe
employed purchas-
as for the Florida Eastt friends but she has the reputation of snap did not Injure these guavas or trees has brought numerous boating parties the pine woods west of town burning where many amusements provided. Supt.
department Hotel being the "crack" bowler at the Casino for a green branch accompanied the down Indian River both for the pleas- the scrub wan discovered to be (( Taylor Informed an AOVOCATB representative -

System. bowling alley. Miss Greaves was quite guavas to the ADVOCATE office. ure of rniluinir and finhlnir. Neifrlv all In close proximity,to_the lee. factory and that_on each succeeding Thursday -
-Mr. W. I. Metcalf a prominent at- centre of attraction at tile dance at make It a point to stop at Erclidoune other wooden building; but by the evening, during tlJn and next month,
ey from West Palm Beach was at- the Casino on Saturday night.Mr. Governor Bloxham has made the Inn for lubcheon. prompt action of those on the spot the he will give smoking concerts which are
ling County Court this week where following civil appointments: Col. D. L. flatneit' were subdued sulllclently to preclude probably the first of the kind given In
and Mrs. George F. Miles and The Grannies lot, near the J. T. &
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epresented of He Gaulden Titusville, to be notary public the possibility of all danger.Mr. much la
a couple cases. the South although they are
Louis McLain thoseof K. W. depot In Titusville linn been -
here for home Major were among for the state at largo and Joseph Elliottof purchased In We have doubt
I on Tuesday. England. no
our readers who attended the club tea West Palm Beach to be Justice of by a party who It Is said Ed. DoCoiiriioy, who says lie vogue will be
''Mr. Arthur J. Doyle, formerly of at St. Augustine on !Sunday:: afternoon. the Peace for District U, Dude County. will soon erect a building on the site andenllage now has a government appointment arrived they quite popular.

y, vllle, spent Monday In St. Augus- Considering there are six working days Albert A. Taylor of Cocoa has also ; In the fancy goods business. hero from Ormond Wednesday Hotels Ponce do Leon and Alcazar St..
t' lie was accompanied by his two In the week we cannot see where the been appointed notary public. This lot was recently advertised for sale on a visit to hit family. Kil.: has been Augustine are really doing a better
fl, and was as jovial and full of lifer necessity comes In for Major Ammldown In the ADVOCATE around town this week shaking hands business this month than they wero In

> Mr. Doyle says he looks back to give club teas on a Sunday. Major Durkee receiver of the Jacksonville -Proprietor J. G. Boat of the Grand with his old friend He made quite a February of lat year and their books
much pleasure to the he \ Tampa & Key West R'y accompanied Homer Glllls of the
i jolly times of fertile View ho secured record for himself at Ormond by being prove It. Manager ,
I while here. -There la a large acreage by Mrs Durkee, Mr. and Mrs. hotel a very capableand volunteer the Informed ADVo-
residing of one of the first to to go to Ponce de Leon hotel an
admirably take
of Titusville to
the experienced man charge
land In vicinity
W. B. Barnett, Mrs. J. II. Colvln of His that his books
rescue of a shipwrecked crew. services OATS! representative
The contract for the repairing of the suited for the raining of fruits and the hotel office In the person of Mr. L. S.
Jacksonville<< Miss Sarah Allison of New In showed that IN) In- the
recognized flattering were more guests
a
: were / very
f dock has been awarded to J. T. vegetables which can be purchased at a Bethencourt recently of the Acme '
York and W. B. Coffin general superintendent letter from the government officials. hotel, Sunday, than there were at a corresponding -
pis l of this place and the work will very reasonable price. The home mar- of the Jacksonville\ Tampa A hotel Jacksonville, and formerly for 1 t last while an

one under the supervision of Alder- ket is good while facilities for rapid Key West R'y, passed through Titus years manager of the Asplnwall hotel, -A party of ladles" among whom were examination period of Hotel year Alcazar; books

t R. C. Scrirageour. The dock was transportation to larger markets Is rep- ville Wednesday In Major Durkee's pri- Panama, U. S.: of Columbia. Mendameit, T. Wvtmore, W. AI. Brown, showed) the number of guests In the
ming a menace to those using it for resented by two railroads and a steamboat B. F. Brown L. A. Brady, J. O. Walton /
vate car, No. SO en route to Palm Beach -Miss Florence )(. Russell of Hartford hotel Sunday to be 20O as against 13l
.mesa or pleasure and this action line. F. } at the the Invitationof
on and C. Fischer
and Miami. Conn., after a visit to I'alm Beach on th. same date last yeat. We merely
i part of our aldermen will be much -Colonel Miller commander of the Mr Chan. K. Kenyoo visited "The
haul
i and Miami-where she managed to publish these facts to disprove the statement -
predated by TItusvilllans and others. First Artillery Regiment St. Augustine -Mrs. Caroline Washbnrn Rockwood : In a goodly number of fish with hook Ilermitage"-theoharming residence of that there are not so many people
was one of the jovial gentlemen whomwe of New York, opened her studio for 'and line ha been the beautiesof Mr. and Mrs. Kenyon situate about a there this time
Mr. A. O. Gandy and Miss Edith hall enjoying on the East Coast as were
voice culture In the dining of the
mile west of town-yesterday afternoon
the Ponce de Leon on Sunday
met at Rockledge this week. Ml.. Russell last Managers UUUs. and Greavesare
ettl were united In holy wedlock Mon- year.
evening. The colonel and Captain Van Hotel Cordova on Monday morning. and her father have been the of for the purpose of forming a reading of
guest getting a large nwaber applications
ty at 7 o'clock at the residence of
will hold
p.m. Ness left the Ancient Citle on Mondayfor She a reception every Saturday club. After the club had been OrIJaDoIzed
Hotel Indian
v. W. J. Kenny. Miss Faoetti Is well Hirer. for rooms and they expect a big
Barracks New Orleans between the hours of 11 and 1 o'clock. with a membership of eight Including
>wn In Jacksonville, although she has Jackson called, coartmartltduty. Mrs. Rockwood made her first appear- -The ADVocATE acknowledges receipt the above-mentioned ladle and Mrs. Influx of tourists aa soon as Lent set*
where they were on the
t; resided there long having been a resnt ance In public at the Memorial church, of copies of the Philadelphia Inquirer Barrelle-Mrs. Kenyon' mother-all sat in, although they are arriving on

of St. Augustine prior to her resi- St. Augustine, Sunday morning, when from Editor Jas M. Rogers Riving down and partook of a delightful repast. East Coast rather lively as It Is,

ace in that city while Mr. Gandy has -Mr. J. M. Paine, and his daughter- during the offertory, she sang"0 Saluta- a glowing account of his recent trip The club will meet every Wednesday,

en a resident of Jacksonville for sevI in-law, Mrs. Asa Paine accompanied by rls" with great effect. Quite large to Nassau; also copies of the Atlanta the next assemblage being at the residence Where You Can Obtain the

I :years. He has launched out for her bright little daughter were passengers congregation was present,which Included Constitution from Editor Julian Harris of Mrs. Wm. )(. Brown. **
self In the wholesale commission and on Monday' southbound tralnj en an ADVOCATE representative, who also In which Nassau Is vividly. depicted. "Advocate.
oln
uce business. route from Minneapolis to visited Mrs. Rockwood' cozy studio by These were two of the gentlemen who -
I Mrs. J. M. Paine and daughter, who preceded special Invitation. suffered very little from seasickness ((7)), SILK-Blue, Changeable and Green or In consequence of the numerous applications

them a few weeks' ago. Mr. PaineIs bat they bad a jolly time aU the same. Green, Changeable and Blue; the very w. are continually receiving from
)IES SHOES In all the latest styles one of the largest and most prominent latest shades for shirt walsU. CaD various points along the East CO.lt1 lor

L and shapes and at price that will be lumber merchant In Minneapolis whose Cat Boat For Sale. be obtained only of extra copies of the ADVOCATE we herewith -
lure to please, at I extensive mills are running night and REMEMBER-You can buy a Shirt JULIUS Ktuix Tltnsyllle.extraordinary Inform our readers that the pink

Tae EAGLE CLOTHIXO Stoat I day. Mrs. Paine Informed an ADVOCATE Fast, able cat boat "Acme," 24 feet Waist for 68 cents that i Je usually sold paper Is for sale at the following new.
Tltnsville, Fla. representative that she bad not been in In most stores for $1.35. stand;
long 10 feet beam 3 feet draught. Full
Cocoa for five years and she wa looking cruising outfit three shot rifle JCLIUS KLi.f, Tltntvllle. Announcement. Tite.vu.L.. J. H. Hcravvn, news *tMd.M .
forward to her visit with much pleasure. gum, Mr*. Jlm: K..to., ..
Bones Wanted. chart from Norfolk, Vs., to Cape Sable, a emu h. AtrouvnuB, Pence de LHoul '*
Fla.; camera, of -sklns, bedding Out of Bight : p fovcrfwdlM-'ido: tin Is te10lt.cuiaofpat. AlcmrOaaoso ::
I Save your bones and send them to the TOWELS.-Next week I will offer some Price .(50. Address, off ubtowtbte pllte.tod M* ., .. Hotel = "

cksonville Fertilizer" Co., South Jack- Special Bargains In Towels. FEED G. LocaKC, Those !bunt boxes of candy for the an quack 8 oauld MdlelM ekHMag or for Mt-off ODe< Dollar.prlwm' pub Thl wean I* VALe.. .CII. TIM Royal Inn rolnoluna .".

onville, Fla. Will par cash for them. JULIVS KLHTK, Titosville. Cocoa, Fla. children at Chiffec A Co'.. trying to palm off, bat MW,tntb fou4.Y *. MIAMI, Royal r tar' >.




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t ; ; : !I'I'!\ I 2 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE FEDKKUARY 12, 1897. \ .

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) ; Tampa.. He Is a graduate; of Council lands soMi for taxes . . 1365 40 I A wealthy gentleman of Vtawia stipulated Florida East Coast Rail

University! and expect t* ;MO 'to \WarihIngtom .To tax to be.cull for gen'l fond 1181)2) 42 la' Ilk will that an ekntrlo light wa
Sales ii u ... ii )
road" 2378 47
soon to act as private 8ooreta..ttohl8ather. must constantly burning la his tomb
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b .u ii bid 694) 63 Time Table in Effect Jan. SOth 1807.
. who was a 'eb.rt time ig, ..... -" "f&f.* H89 29 and another inside his coffin for 12

'f.; elected Senator from Ohio, but InteakleJ months after his death. South Bound. North Bound. --

,. With Hood's Sarsaparllla visiting Palm Beach Miami Key West "(26.1516.85A. .
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"Sales Talk," and Talk tin. No. No No. NoT \ ,.,."
I, and !Tampa before returning north. %-Mr, STATIONS 23 85.A4IM -2! :lOll STATIONS. 78. Nn,791 I ; I"

N;. show that this medicine Foraker Is as ftne a specimen.of maaho .dose. that U always KeaoorAble Is a HODGES & GODFREY Jacksonville. .. Tina: 820 a 645 I.. ..... Lv Miami. ..,... BOO a m 800a|- -
has enjoyed public-confidence ai. AI'' Bt. AuiriMtlne. 10 I'lla. 745 p ..... Lv Lemon City.... 5 09 a m h
' I to :Mentthanacicori as oan be found anywhere, and although done of Simmons Liver. Rejculatoc: the Lv St Augustine. .4ua 10 ill) a . .... .. ...... Lv Ft Lauderdale BB3 am.. 6HMUnJt8.
greater
1f/ ( patronage King (f. Liver Medicines lit ikeeps SManufacturers of .. lion a. . ........ Lv 645 a m I !Jo
. ,'" ed any other proprietary medicine. Thi only.25 'ears' of age weighs two bundrcd the liver active; the bowels regular. ; prevents Lv K. 1'alatkn.. '. 0.80a. 1123 a .. ...... Lv W Palm Beach 720 a m i lOQOa Ella'.

! Is simply ,because it possesses greater pounds; Us height Is Cft. lOins. Biliousness and promotes 'digestIon. Ar Palatka.... .... 1Hma,114, a :: ...... ArRoy'II'lncl'"a 780! a n,'10 too
; Pine Lumber Lv I'aliuka.... ..., 0 (Mia 10 /BA p ....u.. Ar Palm D'ch Inn 1.111 a 01110 Ina
merit and produces greater cure than In Mr.\ Miller we found a very pleasant In :fact helps keep you .well. "I Yellow Ar Han Mitten. ....12.: *Ip I IU 40 .. . ........ Lv Palm Web Inn 7 40 a m 10 u"m

I1 any other. It is not 'what -we any, but and.vwell-Infonned gentleman. lie has have watched It's effects inofamilies\ Lv San Mateo .. ii Ida 8''M 1'-: ;:':':'' ...... .. LvRoy'IPolncl'na) 745 a m loiciit .
-does that tells where I lave practiced and And:It adunlr- Lv Orinniirl 10 41 a I 12 4H p . . ........ Lv W Palm Dead Ten a m loasa: '
what Itood'a Sarsaparilla : retired successfully from business.oares, UOUOH DRESSED: I.v Puytona... 10 Bla 1001' .. .. ..... Lv Riviera ... .... R04am., III'
10 Ell the story. advertisements of Hood' able; botth alternative and tonic d. Its aloes Heads. Lvrort Orange. 110 p . ?. .. ........ Lv W. Jurlter .... 833 a m.. 12y ''
I and4s now talking a well-eanaed rest, -Ga. Orange .... LvHobe Sound. ,. 843 I II
sarsaparilla, like Hood's SarnapiM-'lUa Itself action. -'Dr. T. \V. Mason Mason Lv New Smyrna... 11 lOa 1 3/i p ... a m. .
Fruit VeRetaMe deceived his winters ;In Florida.. Mr. Lv Oak 11111..2 01 p iu : 12) '
j are honest. We have never spending LvTItiiHVIIle. 12.081 385 p .. ........ a m. I
: 1 the public and this with Its superlative Miller was also an Ohioan delegate to The derrlcki.taies Its name (from I that 1 Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rlvor Clity Point '.. .... .1 04 p .. .. ". ..... ....LvAlicia..9 27 a m.. : Ih'L.
medicinal merit is wh".tbe people have I on throuirk: :: bill of lading. Anyone contemplating LvCa'ea..8. 15 p . .. ........ 32 a m ...... It
the convention mentioned above. of a famous hangman, of the seventeenth bulmwg on the East Coast, would ou well to II
l Rookloclicr bids 12(Wp 830 p .; .. .. ... 05 a m 12?(op)] 6".
biding confidence in it,-cad buy write for pr'cea. The ftltuated on the .. ..... ... I.v St 1010 '.,
Dr. la jovial gentleman century wlko ofllciated at Tyhtttn Lon aouth Lv Eau iallie .. 127pISOp 411 p .. a In'
HoughtOB a J.,T. &.K W. y., 0 miles of I'alatka. LvSarnn .. .. 411 p .... ..... Lv Sebastian......1101 a In.... .
\who-is well and favorably known .on the don. Lv Melbourne. .... 420 p ..... .. .. ., Lv RoHeland 11 I'll' a in ... .
4y ; Satsuma.Wghts i, Putnam' oo., Fla. ,, .... . .,eLvMelbourne.,11Wam. :
(I '.vUoHeln 4BD p 14111''
: Hood'sSarsaparilla Florida East Coast and he is always a ''hair that Is ) J.viluh..tI..n.. ..... . .. BOJ p ......,.. ..... Lv arno.. .. U Bl a m .. .. .
very welcome visitor. The Doctor People with o.ntlnl.ll1)yfallnlt I.v SO Lurid' ... AM p . .. .. ..: Lv Eau' Gallie .... 11 Mam IMn\:
out,.or those that are bald, can Pineapple, Orange and Lemon I.v Fort I'ierce..., .::3.0:1'. .:: BOH p ,. ...... BOO a Itockledge lithe 12 M pin 23li1'' .
I II spends' the best part of the winter atDaytona stop the falling and get a good ,-growth LvK len 6 all p ........ 600 a Lv Coeol1249( pin. ..... "
I in which f hair Hair ILenewer.POMAR Laisd.: ''or Sale, Cheap. LvJen""n............ 640 p ........ 615 a L City Point .. 12 BO pm. ....
practicing dentistry # by szatog2fall's Lv Stuart..... .... .." .648 p .. 684 a LvTltn vlll"...... 125 p m F lip
profession he stands among the .fore-.' Lv Alicia ... .... ..... 701 p .:. .;; 702 a Lv Oak Hill .. .. ant pm.... .
I I'I' I have for stale 80 acres of pineappleland LvHobe Sound. .. .... .. 721 p ......... 753 a Lv New Smyrna... 226 p m 4 07p
I I It. mostl la summer home being in Columbus on St. Ladle river a few miles below Lv W. Jupiter ,....... .. 734 p .... ..? 883) a Lv Port Orange. .,. 2401' m .
I i JLtewst to-the exclusion -of. all others. Try acted cloerone l& 'THOMAS.u Eden 40-of which being ,northeast i Lv Riviera. .."p ..,. ... 965 A Daytona, .. .... 2 A7 p m 4 2ftp
Prepared only fcy a I. 110011CI. Lowell Mass O Dr. Ilougliton as Ar W 1'aim\ IlenrhAr I45p 810 p .... ... 1025 a LvUrmondArPliil ...... .. 801 p m. 4 4tip
for,the party. quarter of northeast quarter of section' 1'olncl'na 46B]' 82D p .... ... Mateo .... 7 05 p m 7001|
are the only pills to takt 18, township 88 south of range 41 east; Ar Palm Bo'h Inn II ''HII' 8 25 p .. Lv Ban Mateo .... m 3 lug)'
.-:..00 d'S PillS with Hood's Sursapar.llH :Mr.\ Owcnnjlu: a prominent broker ,of the other 40 is the northeast ,quarterof Lv Palm] lI'ehlnn. lOlil') 830 p . .:, ArJ alatka......... btlepr in 8 2ip'
tv Roy'l Pofnci'im. Slop 8811" ..... LvPalatkaLv .... .... 4 15 p m 6 inn
Tinners and Plumbers
New and has been
spendinghis section S
------------ .--- ----- York I : southeast quarter of Lv West P Beach 6 845 p .., .. ....I1M. a Eii t Palatka... 4 4.1 p m 11631';'
i winters at Ponce Park for -aevera! ,ears township 38. south of range 41 east. Lv Llnton .. .., .., 921 p ... ., .. 1244 p Lv Ha8t1njll .. 4B p m ..
... Free and The above land can be bought (for $10 Lv Lauilerdale, .. .20l'I lOll p .... ,... 345 p Ar St. Ault1stlne. 628 p m 635p IN
past, staying at, the Park hotel. Hale a Galvanized Iron Guttering Lv Lemon City. .. ... 1067 p .... .. 425 p Lv St. Augustine, 53A pm.... .. 9galla
:. noted fisherman aad that after ,per acre. ItiJs suitable for piaeapple, Ar Miami. .. .... .. 7 .11 OB p .... .... 445 p JackHonvllle 645 pm. ... IOilUIIIA. i:3
llr Illya.r<< Masons says orange, lemon -or lime growing.Will .

Accepted ,jf sampling almost all of the fishing waters and Tanks a Specialty. ; be sold in lots of 40 acres, for & W. nRA CJ(. Trains 31, 32, 85. and between Jackmnn.
1: 1l in the state, he proclaims in favor of the i cash. This land will soon be worth '50 and St. Augustine, dally.
it .- M. No 3 No' ,1 STATIONS. No Trains UH and 3H, between Jackooa'llit
2"Tsnp No
1'1 Halifax and Indian rivers and their tributaries By Workidone.on any part of Indian 'per acre. __ _4 St. Augustine, dally except Snnilny. t
I Indian r9 J 1 I ..... Tltusvllle Inlet. River. Estimates given on work. Cor, Apply to C. JI. Walton, ADVocATE 230p 10 ODalLv New Ainvrna Ar B40p410p Train 20U between Miami ROIl Fort 1 111
Including Mosquito aoUoitecl. office;: or to Bobbins & Graham, ITitusvile Strip,11 2i'H" Lake Helen 12 Mlp dally except Monday.
eleven 1-'WlfIJ Fla. respoadence- 3 II n2a Lv All other trains south of St. 41
Capt. Ellison, In whose fine launch *tf Slip City 12 Slip 84Kp Augustine "'
Lodge 'J! No. 80 iPOJTAR & THOMAS 3 Nip 11 1I1a! Ar O. tidy Juno. Lv 12 3F\>p 34lp( except Sunday.
the trip was made, is also proprietor flf
I St. Augustine, Fla. Buffet parlor earn on trains 35 and 78 between \
I Holds. lee meeting the unooiKlaixl fourth Fri. i the. Park hotel at POlice Park, which ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TATTtOB. JackHonvllle and Miami.

1 ,+ .0ay of each. month, at'tiio Uont i In/use, Tltnsvllio I hostelry be conducts la an excellent
at 7:<>0 p.'m.I -FAITHFUL MEN OK NEAR & TAYLOR
: manner, In cuisine room, etc. The best WANTED travel for J. D. KAIINKR. S. J. :FORD Ticket Agent
t.ct responsible
I A. T. Feaster, Worshipful Master of fishing is to be found at Ponce Park : established house ,Jn Florida. Salary (Successors .lJohn McAIllttter.) Amt't Gen'l. Passenger Agent., :fee W Kay StmJ
Geo. W. Hcobte/ Senior Warden.
L R. I\ Hall Junior Warden. and no one knows better how to make a 4780: and expenses. Position perman .

t 1) It. Wilson, 'treasurer. stay_bo it long, or short-more pleasantthan ent. Reference. Enclose self-aaldresed Artesian Well Contractors,
stamped The National Star The
envelope. Trunk

I i j) M.J. Mendel 8. Kama, Secretary., Senior Deacon. Mr. Ellison.host in all He respects is' a most accommodating Insuranoe DldjC., Cliicago. EAU CALL1E, 'FLA. Tropical Line

.J. A. Happeraedto, Junior-Deacon. -

:A. A. Stewart T. II. Sanders,.stewards. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
Railway
iB. A. Geiger, Chaplain. FINANCIAL STATEMENTOf )

A. Froseher: Tyler.' THE PAINT STORE. JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

.IJrevard County for the
SOUTH NOIITH
Table in Effect Feb I. 97. -
I .Jolm AmdcrHoii My Jo, John. Year 1896. No INo.9 NO 21.: : I : he.32. I Nn, 76, i Be. :
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I i 9 ''HI P 8 IIlIaLv.,, .... ...JACKSONVU.LE..Ar 780am us 4t
I PAPERS ..... ... Mixed OMp 5Ma ? .,. ,Orange; )'ark... ... .. .... 6112.10 40pm1 lilt
SHEATHING
tale ROOFING AND ....... \loW'y U45p .... .. .. .... .
(A 1I0000'1'JJI ArTKiuBUumiii.) WAHHAST8 ISSUED DURING YEAR 1800. .I..orll\ ... .. ... 640alD 604pmTt,. .k1o18p
.... .... and "'rl .. . .;:Magnolia
1 .. .... . ...... True
,Jobs Anilenon my Jo, John, ..... .. .. .. .. .. : ...Green. Cove .... ... ,
When we we..llnot aaquatnt,. Warrants.. Issu'd.. oil gen'l fund, 019720 .... .... .. .. .. .... .90211.. .... ..J..lInstwlclt.8prlnga...... .. .... ..600&m..... .. 114.'Jpln,.dE<:
[ Tou were a jolly rallwwd. man. rOAd fund, 275657I ... ...., 10 30ft 1IJOp: .. .. .. ..... .., .... .., BOOam.M 14ii\
ltutnow,dnrsoothFou. alnt; II S prla'el's fund, 207 :10 7x11 Fapers: ; .. .. .. 11 lea 1204a . .. ....... Satauma.h... .... .. .... 42Mam 420pln pin '
you've elluilioil, upim.tlie laddur:,.John. II ". building fund. 14073 ..... ? 1146a 1219. .. ...,.. .. ..... J'omona.... .. .... .. 414am 417pm. n'l I
t'nlo' the topmiiHt rung, .. .. .... 121nl' 1d'l6a: 101ll1a........CrerceutCltyJunction. .. ...?. 811Ram Ind I
And are a Rtvat; hotel.muni now" .. Special fund 1i57 20 .. .... 10111' I&II/Ia: / Ulaa.. ,,...........Sevllle.... ........ ... 388am 84ftI'm 408pm 12701 1.1I1.
Whose praises shall lie sung. II Fine & F fund, 121606 .. ? ..... 230p: 1 :lea 11 4 .... ...DeLt'on Springs.. .... !.. 214am :
dlllp" 11101
You eve tlid .unnd'oar. bugle,.Jcthn, -- Outride; Cold TWnteir PW.II.t; ... ..... 21181' 143a1148p..... ... ...... GlenwoOlI.... .. ... .... 240.m BOfipmlerl
('tloa| the Crawford< bill, UtIM.06 ... ....... 400 P 20lla 12001) .... .. ...Bereaford.... ,.. ... ..... 230am 211/I1110/ IOIJI
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,,1' But you're own trumpet now you,blow, CO. ........ 430p,1217pAvj.... .....'.DeLand .. .... .... fAr .. ........ :235pm .

.And... 1 bl 1_blow ubunt It with; a litmtolry will.y EXPENDED. FOR TilE FOLLOWING pun- I.E.. BAIRD & ,.. ..... .... .. .. .... ... t2 Nip ?..... ,. .EnterprIHe.... .... .. .... ....,. ............, 12o9ain .,
your ....... .... .. ...
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PosEs: .. 4401'\1) .........TITI.SVILLE......... Lv
AJjetit the glorious. view .. ..... ......... ... .. ..... ... ..... .1'lIOla...... .. ..... .. .......... il00nanl .
.seen'-. To Co. COlll'r Dist No.1. t 10180Is 52 West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE: FLA. ,....... .. .... .. ? ... ;. .... : 8eto. .. .... ...
.. 1 N' 2 5000is ...... . ... ..:. .. 34111' ......: .......Mt. Dora............. .. ... ..."... 8465 m ;
Yon blow oikont the rivet .tolio. O ::1.) 11300( Tarnishes and Room ... ..... .. ... .4 OI>I'Ar.... ... .... ......... ..Lv .. ... 1I3nalll. .
....' That rloweth by your aida.Yon II 'I Li 4. 20U20II Paints, Oils Glass ,, Houldings. ...-.... 020.p. aoo a )24t11' Ar......... .. .Sanford......... ....Lv 138am 2J911m Situ'
i, l blow shunt the speckled" trout ..,.... . ... .. .... .....Altamonte .... ... .
That la IM water bale.L .al ii 5 I . Slil !80< ..,.,. .. ..... .... .. .. .... ..,... .....Winter Sr.rlnga.J ark.. ....... ..,.. .
You l hlo.", about tmpruveeaentsaTebs- To county ujudgo. . . 4001 .......... .. ...... 420a 1M1) ... .. . Orlando. .... ... ... .. 120llpm J2Malll.
Anil name thorn In your notes...,. Tax colloctor. . . . 048 40 NOW IS THE TIME *'! **'! *'! *'! ... .. .... ..... .. .... ..H l ss r m mee. .. ...... ....
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About your lung artesian bore .. ....' Ar............ nl\rtow Jc.........I.v ;
clork. . . ... 137 57 .. ,.. ... ... .
About your fluid of uaU. County .. 6/10/ a I II 4111' .... ... ... ..Lakeland ...... ..... 1130pm 104/lam./
Tax altlteasor. . . . M27 25 .. .. .. .. .. .... t$4ca 4101) .. .. .... .. .. Itartow... .. ..... ... 420pm 1015aen .

g. ai t Yon About blow you.abnut,Inuidnoine. your home drag. John, County treasul'Cf. . . Glm 07 TO Place Your (Mm) for ORANGE LEMON & GRAPE-Fruit TreesThe .... .. :...... ....:... .. .. e830a 830 all 4aspAr 11111' ...,...._.............. Oorda.................I.v 418 pmtll00I'm,
... About the fitlk that ride thereon Janitor . . . 7000 Tampa. ..Lv 1116 I' 920.81.
2I I ) .... .. .. .. ...: 1 54ia 5gip ... ... :Talllp" fay Hotel.. .. .. 750 ml 9Haln.
And take. yon for a'wag. County accountant , 18000 .. .. .. .. .. 0204 II aliI' Ar. ..... ... J'ort Tampa... ........I.v. 710 m 8 411 a In ....
Yon blow about bane-hall team. .. end I'
makes ... .
I your Florida East Coast Railway big reductions In freight for 00 Mon Tbnrll
days. 10 '
11101' Lv.I
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ort .. .
About eiwh, Attorney for COl\l1ty. . . IOJ 99Miscollaneous Tampa ."Ar 230 P m There. and fun
prank .. .... ,
lll.yer' Tues I:: .'rlnay. Ar........ ...
orders with II. 301'1' .
Take of this by placing Geo. .ReyWest..Lv ,
advantage generosity your Wright 930 Wed and 8.1.
And with loud became .. P m
crlln. ljO 20 .. .
i ( you pros .. .. Wed and Sat. ., . ..., ., .. .., I.v ,
(: t A deep buss bawling crank. herlt1'[. . . . , 50:1: 80 Orlando, Fla, where you can get 1230pmlWedmulSat.Daily.

I ( 'You blow about your music men. Supervisors of election. . I\I\ ) 47Dep I f Dally except Sunday.

I .Tho About oon;,Ullh, . :21)1)! ) f 91 i Strictly First-class Stock, True to Nameand Trains *t and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars.

t you COIH't. .. . ::140 2U) Trains 23 and 78 Solid
.L:; And, your liarinonliirt" loot.. County at Low Prices Ve'tlhule.1' Trains' with Parlor Care between acksonville and Tinp
You blow about your dinner.., John Circuit court. ... . . G.IIl7: : Trains 23 mc175. connect at TttuKvllle with steamer 811ver King" tot Rockledge and iu'
: About your l>IUh HimiM |girls: l'I'oltocuUng nttorn y. . 4:1:132: : :J: ytp'i Write for prices or call on mediate Train points 2:1.: on the Indian. Rlvor.
,llut forlnmr. t to immllttu, John leaving.Jack.onvlllo daily at 8:::10 a m., arrive
you Elections . . . . 122:171: 12 .5. Ocala at Hawthorne at 11:33: Gnlnvirooki
Thu color of thoir uurlM. : OEO. II. WRIGHT Orlando Fla. : I :4n p Lresburg/: 5:42: vill 70p.: m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 8:3fti
f' Court bonllo. . . 113 38Clerk's arrives Rt Onklnnl 4:05: a. m.. Laco....hoe o:40 p. m.. Tarpon SIrlug1IlIM p. m. Clearwater D.m.St. -!
,Blow on, blow on for mountain biz, *
i And, Kilt Ito grandly(: slice; o0ice. . . . 75 13 l.cte..hllrjt W. B. 111:30: a. m.. daily except 9iuiltiy*

I llnt lie not lunmllt like vunal vote, lnteresr. . . ... . . no (on General COFFIN G' D. ACKERLY
I TnoiiKh you have not your Prti'e..lllow Insurance . . . 7i: 011() Superintendent. General i'esengerlr
I I ,Hut, I blow mimt.away huve. -und my funJf yolk-be blowout Road & bridge work Dillt. No 1 1 21112i: BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .. '''u '__ _

1 ; otbitrn would. more hiinUliiK Ir ,Jtltire business might 1 be ilonu. u ii u &
::1 CiU8 8(1O ( e
Th florida (Central !
} rile A COII"a.r u ii u 4 I.JO 06Ie peninsular gail

i II ii .11 5 84140

"' Eau Oa11le hAlt road tax . 102G \
II t [The of the above well-known UMI-H refer and t
t Hotel Oriuond. Orinond, and the New:Mmm County 1'' 'IRonel's. . . 41080 Everett, ?rJ.ialifiusif'? \ Ga- Columbia, Washington &r'timore ''

? J .. PiuasanthotelVhite !Mountain, N. II.] County jAil. I. . . . 47G SII Philadelphia New York, Boston and the East f

',' Cocoa half road tax . . 47111 Jacksonville .. Everett Macon Atlanta
Florida. Chattanooga LouUvllle Clncinrn|
j i.' A PU03IINKNT LAUNCH Paupers. . . . . . 102300 and Chlcajto. Nashville ,

I ; ,, I"AKTY.ffi MJsclllluneous expenses . 1007 04 Are JUiBFACTlRIKG GOOD HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIESFor Louts Everett, Chicago Birmingham, Sioux City., holly Springs Memphis Little Rock; Kansas City, j I

.. t14.164.06 reaching points on the East Coast. Will give lowest
a -. very_ prices. ilivenJVJC! Pensacola Mobile New Orleans Texas exlco, Califorl! *

r I a The speedy and comfortablo naphtha IiwIobtoclneHs of county Jan. 1, j. a.: IMl'l'U.: Jr., Gon'l Manager, Coast. Effective Jail. 18, 1897.

launch, owuud and In charge of Capt. J. 01)), as per lost yrs statem'nt Ul: 22 Jacksonville Fla. New York ExprflHa f No. 38 leave .1.Ja.k
I Spent in services shown above 0401 T.I: wen, vile820a.] : m., daily, with Throujcli!: I'1IU 1
p I, U. Ellison, of Ponce 1'aik, arrived at the Expenses shown above . ,".711233( arises fie s R Sleepers\ for !Savannah, Columbia, \lasllialtlmore and!:'
Titusville one day recently with a jolly Jiwh hand Jan. 1 '00 SAW ANI 4 0 a' Philadelphia, New York
s on as PIANINO :MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD, a' ,aw Easters points. 'Connects for Fernai""
party on board among whom were shown In lust YOI\\ statement 328050 PI".tka. Fla. |E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine Arrives Jacksonville 0:U p. in.
w u ,, New York and Florida Limited, No. 32-H '
Messrs. T. Ewing Miller, of Columbus a, r
I $18,071.78Warrants .sew I vestlbnled train with compartment a0A l> ,
O. ; Jasper Owens;Now JToikj; J. B. For- WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY r r tlnn, dining and sleeping cars; leaves 8' j Aa 'lw"oe"
i redeemed l geu'l fund :$ 042(104( e avs UHtlne o.80 a. m., Jacksonville 11.oo a m. f- ,
It'I Cincinnati 0. and ]) F. .
I' akor Jr., ; II. except Sunday. 31 returning arrives Ja\ttI\ J ,
>' w '
fund 4011) v
special IO el
(O
'. Ilougbton, Columbus, O. The ADVOCATE road fund .Manufacturers- of Q e b villa 3.3U p m, St. Augustine 4.40 p in, datil
I 2t43( (ISO cept Monday \
I received a wire from the party building fund; 14073 v P 1)y'" a ,.? we. New York Fast Mall No. .Ifl. MS

announcing their expected arrival, and U Kino & F fund l l.MO: ) >.tI Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath + t. / Jacksonville e:fln p. m. daily for unie oor,
d Ja"'"'
ern
p point. Carries through Slrt'i'1"]
:
Spris'eiHfund \
:1\17 (OO) ,
\ had a repicHontatlve there to( receive .l'.hgn* vllle to New York. No. 31 arrive Jacketnt
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Credit to county . . :3i:2:: { (I IS 4 eta, r 0 0:0010. m.Cln..lnnatl.
them. The gentlemen named were taking A large stock of
Dry Cypress flooring ceiling siding '
-- mouldings, shingles ,apti w CKSON71LLE and Florida Limited Leave "I
I a cruise Of !a few days' duration on 18071.78 lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress p,. o aawass son vllle 6.M p. m. Arrive C'lnrlnnatl 7WM

I Indian, River visiting,: the principal Cash on hand Jan. 1, 180U!, ns mouldings of all patterns a specialty. e ca s + r .us 0 p bale. 01.Train time runs. little via over Everett 24 lioura., Macon Solid A'Ue';'*|

r places of interest along Its shores, and per last year's statement. $ 328(1.10( When at home write us for prices when V Chattanooga Connects for Nashvllle *'''-,
; our and awaltre
Cash reo'd up way come see us. ,o St. Louis, and all northern >VI>
fishing and Mhoutlng ducks ns opportunities In ften'ltund In 1811(1( 1U017 10 o r + u Chicago .
western points.Ashevllle
It U w 'I p .
a.PCl ---- -- -- -
ey. i olTeicd. They woio In goodnpIrltH U .. U road .. .. 237887 2050 - -- ------ ----- ----- Ytf ; l p p- .. a Route. Through Pullman SII'fJ:: ..'
/J I I. t Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah.
having,: caught over forty pounds II "bldg u u ;,0, :jjg! cs .Gv + M Ma, Asheville Hot Spring,Knoxvllle, tlU
l5'i' j of tine bass on their way down from II us a fJtf u a .i 38171)1)! ,y1a r the Celebrated Mountain Country of 5'e''
II ii n II.. HARRY MASON & CO. ."t Carolina Leaves Jacknoiville II.M P "J.
j Ponce 1'aik, and as the party remained a prig ::1(1) Of.() tl N Ives Cincinnati 7.IB a. m. Returning! i

:''Y' 1, here over night at the Grand View hotel: ,, Jacksonville 9.00: a m. J

: the fish, under the personal. supervision' $22,830.77: Only Line Through the Ban..Iful' .
of ac l3
Country Middle Florida, Pen
f WAIIRITI J"-l'lJ' !: ) 1: Jobbers
.; of the genial proprietor of this IL MASON: A CO. In Fine Imported JtORIO* CENTRAL Kaoamblo Hair Leave Jacksonville JI: a
vl house On the general fund. . $012(101(: ( and for Lake City, Live Oak Madison a0n11
I were prepared In different appetizing special . 400 00 W I\oy Street, H.R., e 4 ai.. I Tallahassee, River Junction fensarol, h, 'u"rrNINSuLAR

ways and greatly enjoyed. We spent avery road . . 2M3( t 10! .J Cl
pleasant hour with the party In ouromce building . 14073: .- sn.ar wr __ No.Is iveJacksonville8:06a.W.: .
l. i\ -- and .. st fine\ & f. . 1340 80 erelrr on, ..nowLeaves Jacksonville 9:15: a, m.thorne. for Sl&Re' "
tl they appeared to i>o delighted st. prls. . 307 00 I ..,... ,r'" ......". Silver Boring Ocala OwnesvlU 1,f,,

I 1t with onr collection of various interesting To cash Jan. U, '07, s |pus fund. 72 00 Grade Whiskies Etc. Orlando Key Wlldwona, Laooochfe, Lemtrmre, Made. T city\vare, rlsn. I .
.
things. Early next morning the launch bldjt asm: .. Arrive m-
t ..$ Tampa. Jacksonville:Wp. ..
I line was cast loose and the trim little ".. II" "" roaI"" 130087 ----- Atlanta) ,SR irnlnaha; i,.%teemj""...,Kan.Kanllna, .. (', y' :s... :J .- Pullmao tu ii ciiafar( /..

I I boat was headed. for Rockledge, where '. '. spc'l 6323: Whl"kl '_Imported and IXtinestlo: Southern Belle, Rorkand Ry... .. .. ....!rom *l.Vper gal hours. 100 Kan8" City. The route Ie via Macon, Atlanta.Through Sleeper w aaror U9v
I goo'l" 40:18: 73.. llranillpit-luHiei.tl.., .\"(..... bench. i blocktwrrr, and pew'h snit IIUOCT. from Sidle phi. SIrtnlttlelol, and Kansan city. :Sn. M return lrmlnjtbam. Holly 8pr nga
*r arrtvea
another stop was made. The party '. 's f & f 241702: "ln-Holland, Old Tuw. [to.... ..... .... ... .. . .... ..".." ...from t\M> | rat ml "'20 a. n.:Leave Jacksonville for Brunswick by the J..k.onvllle 9 110 a m. aDd C1I>
If went as far Eau Runs ...,.. ... ..... .. ........ ...... ..from 'l Mt | her and, Sound.400p. Cumberland Route steamer
as Oallie gal
stopping here WinePnrt.. Sherry, Cauwba, Muscatel, Claret, eta.., from'.. .. .. ..... ....'l. I again at the Indian River on the return $22.8.)0.77IIKIIOCnCEIJ Clarets-Flnestftande. .. .... .... ..... .. . .. ......'.,. .. .front *JJ:&:) er1tiU cam aaip. M.-tAelforTallahsseeeandintermediate Bmnewlck. Shortest and 4:13 1, 01.
per '
liottled Beer. ........ .... ... ..... ..... ...........-... .. . ....IromtlWperdoa.By 1)lO: P. .- Tampa intermediate polntIP. Pullman polnte.a'eepen.' Arrive JackHOnvllle Arrlv.Jaehsonv1De71: "
trip.Mr. OF TUB COUSTV.Cash All other Fine Brands at Low Prices. Th..ltb Sleeper... for Cincinnati via AshevUle' lea"88 V- arr.....
equally Jacksonville
I vlus i. e m.. arrive. as 8.M m.,
.
J. B. Foiakor jr., Is a ion of Ex. l on hand as shown by'.boVI Jugs and demijohns wlll be packed in boxes, when so requested, without ex- For !f. son. Atlanta. Cincinnati, two Trains .. m. .

t Governor Foralcer of Ohio, and was a schedule .. ., .$ 810.181 tra cost. Money refunded for "empties' when returned., Express Company will Steamer\IRnatee"; from Tampa for Daily Jlraldentown Leave Jacksonville and Manatee 820: .. m. and 8 M P- m
River
'. i ll.. i delegate from his state to the National To be paid by City of Tltus not take liquor C. O. D. J Send money with,order to save delay and trouble. Putman 81""P8n" on all Night Train. l"arlor can between Jacksonville point and Tamp

r Coast ville for old Jail : . COS 00 Send for Price List, or call upon MASON A CO., N. rv Send! fop Best Indexed township Map of Florida to
Defence .
;)
convention late1y'lleld PENNINTON
-, ,. .. at To be paid by Comptroller for' :JOl, 307, :509, 3U, W. hay 8t, .(Mason Block) jACK'osrii.iJt!:, FL.... Traffic Manager., A. MAcDOYEL General passenger, d4 i'

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INDIAtMUVXX> ) ADVOCATE FEBRUARY. 3W 1897if 3



f Professional Cards. TEMPE :t\'iNCm 1D E1 ABT- }-RESIDEI.I'lrA! L. DlAVtTCUKATION. I I
DO YOU
= MENT.TItiisvllle .. NEED FRUIT TREES?I I

OBOB K. BOBBIH WALTER S.Gail _.- Successfulgrowers

BOBBINS & GRAHAM GtM d Templar Lodge.Mrs. On account! ef the-inauguration ceremonies Citrus Trretb-at reduced price! Are ..

at Washington C. March 4 budded at the around onu 4-vear-oM
Wm. '
Woodward: C. T.: Mr. Chos.
ATTOUJTEYS-AT-LAW. Gardner 1807, tickets will be Hold via the Southern Florida Hough Lemon nt sec. Railway at the rate of vne fare for them are TitrditT, other are l'nr8o" of fruits, berries, !
PICK i IIouiis:-From 10 to 12 a. m. Meets the
and 2 to 4 p. m.TtTUevILLB Presbyterian every church.Tuesday' Public night meeting at the round trip,.or-fti..OA: : frem. Jackson Brown, Ruby Tangerine/ ,. Iiom..na'''''. and''all kinds of vegetables, ;
ville to Triumph and Common Urap..t"'wlt :31k'each ;
Washington and return tar civilians ,
| Brevard Co., Florida. first Tuesday in.the month. and one rent per mile.or fW.m per f;!6.I: & perlOO.Itoone's know that the largest yields and i

0. Box,108. Edited by UKV.: II. M. GOODEM. capita for military companle- .uniform Kluly & M"u'IU.. ..,, nil practice in all the courts-state and fed each .
940
An item Is going the rounds of the and truss bands- accompanying them, per 100. i' the liberal of fertilizers I
pedal facilities for examining and perfect- twenty-five or mere on one ticket. The Situomit" and Mandarrny 40o each use
to the
[lend titles. press eOoct that whiskey Is now Southern: has arranged for the movement Lamb Orange, boo each. containing at least IO% of

manufactured o'ltof, old iwgs. We see of a party consisting ut the Florida Heedless Untpe Fruit, fiOci each, *"<)

CAKY-ELWES, nothing remarkable about this. Everyone I delegation, and will be glad! to> wafer per 100. SYSTEM.

knows that nearly all the old rags with any others,desirous of making the Also all ot the varieties of peache Actual Potash.Without

NOTARY PUBLIC in the trip. The route, ,via the P. e;.Jfc P. and that are known to be best suited to title .
now manufacturedout
country are South Florida section
Southern is particularly attractive at including the
STATE AT LARGE. of whiskey.and thereto no apparent this season, passing as it does throughthe new Free Stone Orange- peach, that the liberal* use of Pot-

|Typewriting, taxes paid for non. reason why the process 8f conversion most mngnlricent portion, of the originated i0ranjro county, and is the ash ,on sandy soils it is impos-

Bldenta, rents and accounts collected, may not work as well one way as another Carolinas! and Virginia: the beautiful beat poach yt out for tbl. ectlon. Notice to Travelers. ,
., etc. Correspondence solicited. scenery and ether natural advantages of JAMB9-MOTT sible to grow fruits, berries and
-from whiskey to and from
,
'Itusyllle Florida.fINOR rags, ragsto these statessbeing The -
proverbial. vegetables of a quality that will
whiskey. What a beautiful business Southern has three dally trains between ORLANDO NITKSKHY, Prop'r. .
It 1England's I Florida If you contemplate a trip to any point command the best prices.
S. JONES, Is and Washington\, with through Winter Haven Fla.
,
Pullman drawing-room sleeping ears, North, East,. West or to any Florida All about P.uh-th., mushy..rr"% u'u hy nrlunl oxparimanl I
annual drink bill reaches
without the bent tnrm lit th* U M. ) *. ..
change,.Including the New York( ne < "iti i-is
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the extraordinary total of 1800,000,000.) and Florida point, for reliable Information through told fn a Ittila bunk whirl: wo }1..11 hid tt* %.ut tr.uilly
Limited-a solid! vestibuled We Send it Free I IWeak nod tree testy fartnur In Anxrlcn. whit wtil l wi,h, l...U.
ITTJSVILLE, BREVARD co., FLA There la. not a licensed saloon in train composed exclusively of Pullman rates and most convenient schedules, UKKMAN .KALISoUk. -,

Prince Edward.Island. At the general equipment, consisting/ of observation, write to the umlomlgneify who will 93 Nassau Si., New Yurk.NA07IONAL .
I of Brevard compartment and drawing-room sleep- -TO-
County Judge County.D. election, heldjDecember; 14.1803, a vote Ing cars-a perfect palace, replete with answer all letters promptly and give

was taken on. the liquor question, when all the Intent appliance of luxurious( yon any necessary Information. : ---

L. DODSON!: 10,616 was cast for prohibition and 3,300 travel. Men ,
Special arrangements for parties will The Routes offered via tho Plant HomeSeekersREAL
against; a majority> of 7,22(1: ( for prohibItion be made
upon. application and
everypossible tile and excellent
DENTIST. System, equipment
and'oa the Island prohibition Is' attention given. I will be glad( ;

enforced.For glad to have parties wishing/ Information, Young and! Old. service,, are uusurpiWHixl by any line. ESTATE EXCHANGE,

Office over postoffice. sleeping car reservations, etc., addressme ReJoic With In the. onoralrd all
every three shillings invested ii ns Discovery. Through Sleepers are on
at :212; W.. Bay Street, Jacksonville
the absolute-necessaries of life it is said Fla. trains-of this ,
UBVILLE, FLORIDA.L. ; telephone 7 oj;]. System Insuring Luxury Exchanging Property for Property a

the English !people spend over two shillings L. A. SHIPMAN, When a man has suffered for YeArs. jomlort and every convenient Send of what

GAULDEN, In IntMticants.Madison FlaPase. Agt. with a weakness that blight his life and Specialty. Description
robs hi mi of all that really makes life Atfiilross you have, and what ;you want.
a eounty, Miss.,, voted out the
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW All the elements worth living, if he can avail" himself a K. I.. TCKWD: !)
saloons In a. recent election, and every make the hair abundant that nature and demandsto beauti- complete euro, why not possess the MALABAR,: Indian River FLORIDA

Florida In all the Courts of the State county Is thy along the line of the Illin- ful moral courage to stop his downward I Dlv. Pass Agt., C. C. Cot. ltOLL,
| and the United States Court are supplied by Ayer's Hair Vigor.It .
ois Central Railway, through that state keeps the scalp free from dandruff, course. OP G.,ir. IT0WAXD, City Pass. Ajrt.JiacksoturllU Real Estate Agent.f'The / .
O. Box, 230. TITUSVILLE, FLA. We will send by mall ABSO-
you ,
from the Tennessee state line to that of prevents the hair from becoming dry I
Pin.ROYALTANSY .
Honey to Loan. II and harsh LUTEQ.T FREE, in pDiln package, the ,
and
,
Louisiana.Rev. causes it to be rich h flexible All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S! V1.'DALRESTORATIVE I
ana glossy. and Most Complete
Largest -
FREEMAN HALL, W. F. Crafts, superintendent of TABLETS, with a

I the Reform Bureau, Washington, D. C., legal guarantee to permanently cure Establishment r South.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW writes that Endeavorers all Wife Is derived from an AngloSaxonword Lost Manhood, Self-Abu, Sexual Weakness -

.... INSURANCE AGENT over the us*land urging besiege Congress at once signifying to weave, the wife being Emissions, Yaricooele and all, unnatural stops forever draiaa.night Ke- GEO. S, HACKER & SON,

Titusville Florida. tho weaver of the family ,
with petitions and letters in behalf of turns.to former appearances emaciated

i Representing all the best and strong- what the whole country considers the rgaMk. ,PILLS
Bt Insurance Companies. Is prepared No-C. O. D. fraud nor rcclp deooptlon -
SIVKBl .
FAIl*
> write Hoes to any amount, anywhere Endeavorera. special measure, the Little Beware of Ointments for Catarrh .. If we could not cure, we would r' MBWDUCKJVEltT.A n.wkmllabl.I MM|sal.roller .: r
.. ...... .
the East Coast. Act II. R. 7083 to abolish liquor-selling not send medicine Free to and y "r .ed. .1. Mitnty or pAinful
i that contain Mercury, our try, nwnXuwtlon.Mow....I-r/ : else leUI.4IM.
in the Capitol building, a fac-siratla of pay when satisfied. Write to-day', as .ff InvJwarUM dim U.M Iwo Name
.. w *) v HMl
this may not appear again. : M .r IHM, sin.tt"1:: H..nttHwlMl
r.
ISCAYNE BAY DAD COUNTY. p p p
this This act
which is printed on page. As mercury will surely destroy the _.. fat plaltk. wrapiMr. 'semi, I 4o lit lWrew.w.t'annfachtrers
W. EWAN of smell and Address: Il>mp.for p.rttoul..r.. HoM 1e |M K|
bas already passed In the House, but Is sense oompltely derange/ the Western Medicine Company err.e**">r M'wem enrrgaMYUs.
U. S. COMMISSIONER liable to die In the Senate committee on whole system when entering it throughthe OA eSUOtATlUN, eklsO., IIL

Notary Public State at Large. buildings and grounds unless all the should mucous be surfaces.lined Such articles laaorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mlobv Sold by J. B. Screven, only.
never
except on proscription -
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. Senators are made to feel that no other from! reputable physicians as the
solicited. Address
orrespondence View Hotel Cocoanut Grove: measure should be allowed to crowd it damage they will do l is ten fold to the FAITHFUL MEX. OR
Bay WANTED
Office Ewan's aside. good you can possibly derive from them. to.travel for responsible
Landing. Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by ;Established house in Florida. Salary

F. J. Cheney; Co., Toledo, 0., containsno ,$780 and expenses. Position periMn- of
EOROE W. ALLEN, Your Present NeedIs mercury and is taken Internally, acting ent. Reference. Enclose self-addrcssad

directly upon the blood and mucous( stamped envelope. The National. Star There be.arm been a Ilene wh,n true-
Sash Blinds
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, pure, rich blood, and a strong and surfaces of the system. In buying Insurance Uldg/ ,. Chicago. oru we.bnu, Tier.Id.uer bee.euvnr.nlimt ban l.llur atlre with whu wore Doors ,

healthy body, because with the approachof Hall's\ Catarrh Cure be sure you get tile /r t.ee. war.nsurn.s.mtl.b'rti.. >an

fey West, Florida. spring and the beginning of warmer genuine. It Is taken Internally and la uaatant.pr7wnste.lo..ten nlwu.rsthe/e-t 1'uroat't./ahttuwn. Moulding and Building Material.

weather your physical system will undergo made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. C. Cheney -What do you need In the way. : ol ANNUAL
Will practice in the United Stateiad radical changes. All the impurities & Co. Testimonials. free Sold I by envelopes, nuke and letter heads, bill F'Er 1i'S SEED Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite

State Courts Ojun05 which have accumulated during Druggists, price 75o.; per bottle. heads, statements, tags,. cnnU, etc ? lu 01,11 ivt l m.ol TlixKi iBfonniiHoo wilt nmor tot hn nrdmm a bul,'r II.linH .udp Cannon Street

colder weather'must now be expelled or We shall be glad to have a share of. your in\>ua to. mil for tb.IW"xlltlnn. Kruo. > ,
serious will result. The work. l.wl.car 4.Oo.b.trolt Mich.g

R. F. II. HOUGHTON, one blood consequences purifier prominently in the Notice. Charleston, S. C.

public eye today is Hood's Sarsanarllla.
Its record of cure. Is unequalled. Its -The Walton Rapid Calking': Machine,
DENTIST. sales are the largest in the world. A In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Circuit No. one, $.5; No. two, (10; Nt). three, (1C Sash Weights, Cord and .
of Florida Brevard .A. D. Fla. *
few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparilla will County, Titusville, .

for spring by purifying and 1807: '
prepare you Hardware.
-
Xiytona, Florida. enriching your blood and toning and In- In Ke. Estate of John netiienngton, .

vigorating your whole system.A deceased.To .
all whom It may concern: """"" Window and GlassA
Fancy
C. E.
FRIES 0" FRUIT TREES
I.O. notice that. I will Apply to tae Honor 17
girl will tell you you may call her TAKE John U. llrcxiine JiiilKe of until. court SPECIALTY.

COUNTY SURVEYOR.Land by her first name with the same tone she at Orlaudo Florida or whatever the court pea
may then be, on -

legally surveyed and sub-dl vlded. would use If she were giving you a set of MONDAY, THE FIRST BAY OF MARCH /HIGHEST. r ROFIT AND PLEASURE Choice .

diamond shirt buttons. A. D. 1807,
lapping neatly done. Estimates for QUALITY WHIT* TO Wines Liquors
or a" Boon thereafter M I can be beard by the ,
for leave to In order to the debts .a
court "ell. itey POMONA NURSKRYMACCLINNV.
11 kinds of engineering works. DIs- Don't worry about your health. Keep of said. e"tate.the following iltwrllwit lanili In TNt and Cigars.
blood pure by taking Hood's Sarsaparilla the countlen of Hrevartl and IXwIe, State of LOWEST PLOIIIB '
uted lines a specialty. your and need not fear the grip Florida. to-wit ICE5 Guaranteed Pure.
you That lot In Brevard county aforesaid commenting
'EBABTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. colds, bronchitis, pneumonia or typllolol at a point or pliu-e nlxtjr foot south of M IIIB* : will tell you what t* 'U.t. and Hold at reduced '
fever. Hood's Pills are the favorite the North Fort (".pro,. ditch on the .hank of FREIGHT HOW to ,Ut It. W. hT prices
In stock a full line of everything needed laTHE
to take to Indian River; thence run In a wmterly illreo-
an.1ieci..A.: :Mirn: : family cathartic, easy easy Lion,parallel with the ditch' eight hundred mil GARDEN OR ORCHARD. Imported.
feet thence north two hundred and ten PREPAID
operate. forty
; W Tokay Win,
Pea ll. Plum. V. rnlmmofu. r\t*.
In every section at once to sell staple feet above; thence mentioned easterly ditch parallel to Indian with Itlv the *Xa1barnu, 0raDa'.lob. Re-.. ... ..... IeWaa.O from Italy.

ods dealers; no peddling; experience Cemetery is from Latin word signify- er; thence along mid river In a nintherly .
Unnecessary; best side line. $7 .OO aouth. direction to place tit benlnnluKj. THE POMONA NURSERY,. John B. Togni
Salary and expenses or large ing a sleeping chamber. name being In motion JH township 84, iiouth ulrang. .....,...,. ?l.riia.
containing
40 east and four sires, moreor
ommlsslon made. Address, with 2 cent To speculate In Its original sense 1",,". And also thime lots lying In Dade Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay 8U,
forsealed particulars Clifton Soapd county aforeiiald and described as eant-ialf of
mp Cincln- was to look out of the window' outhwent quarter and southwest quarter otoutheant __.___".______________._ ___n_____ ___.__ JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Manufacturing Company, I quarter of Motion 34, township W,
tI, Ohio. south of range 4V eaHt. Whol_U and ll.t.ll......
In Lowell, Mass.,
A young man A. C. DITrMAR,
with a constant succession -
Why will you buy bitter nauseating/ troubled of for boils years on his neck, was com- Adiu'r. of laid Eiitate. WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.
nice when Grove's Tasteless Chill This Feb. 1, 1801. TehlMMI.
three bottlesof
cured taking only
onto Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. pletely by Another resultof I rSRsm
Tour druggist is authorized to refunde Ayer's Sarsaparilla. rnRailway
the treatment was greatly Improved Notice For Publication.
money in every case where It fails to with increased avoirdupois.The it -
are. Price, 60 cents. 23-10-07: ( digestion .
LAND OrncB, OAINKAVILLK, FIo.... I
February 1, 181,1. j '' '. "OAY.16wDAY.. ID DaL
collarof ROUTE. 1).1'
fanciful
rANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR fashion of wearing a NOTICE m hereby r..IJet: thit the followlna- ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST Did I !
Whit PEFFER'SNERVIQOR
to travel for named settler ha of bin Intention
women responsible 1s growing.
jewels to make nnal proof In support of hl" claim, and It ant* pownrfuTlr I and es rkiy. Cures when all I
abllshed house in Florida. Salary skin checkbook corers that said proof will he male before ('lerkof BOOK CAB3..DININO OA>N other full. y"umfmn mswln Ions manhijoili. CM
o I and Position Black monkey Circuit Court at Tltimvllle, Kla., Maroh IB, IKH7, eB:3017CJJI: FT7LX.HL.Yir DRAWING "' .0"'lov..lnu.,1 vlww.. A*.yl it..l 41w..t. ..-
expenses. permanent. the rose .. .... &e Lure "....._... ...... ltatI'v.
ference. Enclose self-addressed are mounted In silver, showing ,,!/: George W. Hchiiyler, of Indlanola, Via., THOKOUOHTAKE: : COAOHXS: VX0TZ2T7LJCD TRAINS. l-..... /rl..ioa..J-"...0'.
boment ad II.103, for the northwest X of southwent -
.ltk.. N..7.III.a M.saerr.W..tls DIM
roped envelope. The National, Star gold finish. Mi section 14, township M, south of range ...9.. ; tnilUer"f4. ebu or __ .*l
iuranee Bldg., Chicago. jan29,07 The English 3He. < .... Wards elf Insanity an4 ennsuuiptloi.
Silly once meant "blessed. He names the following wltneMsea to prove his Lx>n't I.., Irnpooe a WDrthUM auMiitui*Oil
frequently continuous reiihlenre upon and cultivation of NORTH EAST AND WEST. you hei-aa d.tolll"t( ; ..a vmittfir rock ln.uunna..
of 300 iof
writers years ago : .aKV'OOa.: or .n0 It.
land, vtx.i John Koch, of Fla. 11011
said Merrill
.... .
Tax Assessor's Notice.I ; .
:; Can bn carried In 1'r.piUJ pisln >
:
allude to "silly child Jesus. George K. Swoeneyof IndlanohtFin.; ndk. THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. er. U pee hot. y.\P'k..S: A reels);.
Bergman of Indlanola, Fla.: Walter Sweeney, r.tt a> UM ire>:_ Owrei e>:. tmm4 UMmjr.
of Indlanula, Fla. New York and Florida Limited, Pamphlniftwe.lloldbydnuraut*.AddrMS
will be at the following places for the ; .
2 -fit J.M.BABCO, Register,, A..*> (, Chsee.., aft
purpose of assessing taxes for the year O I'nly..nltl.: Washington and Southwestern Limited, al
English V.na. "rm n Sold by J. B. Screven c ly.

897 : If the tree is to be judged by its And the United States Fast Mail, _

Melbourne, Friday, 12. fruits, we shall find it difficult to dispute Notice to Creditors. I
'. Malabar, Tuesday 16. the proposition that university our 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE: TO WUBIlIGTOll.OR so VSAN$'

Micco, Wednesday, 17. education at all events in BO far as it THE creditor of the estate of Gideon Colqn- Y 21 HOURS .JAOI:801lVILLE: TO m TO. SKFINIINOt1.
n, late of HraTard county, deceasedwill Care na4 SoMi Dla
Sebastian 18. Pulineo bl..ping
Thursday at Latest Improved
I the physical sciences, is take notice that the administrator of ....VNtllna1ecS Tr.ln.ontapwed .
bears
upon W..laltoG.1Ia..1mo.
t Woodley Reams Friday, "" 20.19. somehow more satisfactorily managedin said estate ha suggested the Insolvency of the leg lu. through I'It1 ..s.Ip"w"h....N.e. Yore$o4 SAC EM"
Saturday, same;
Spruce Bluff, Tuesday, 23. Germany than in England. The theoretical Wherefore, said creditor, and all person "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

-Jensen, Wednesday, 24. and technical output of Germany having to claims appear"against before me said,on estate or before will be required $554YwMDuldTrains from JaoamnvtWWWoto.'"Y1a ICv,,",'. ,.11IIa1a and VIta,.*......

Eden, Thursday, a' 25. is far larger, more regular and
TIlE FIRST DAY OF JUNE IMff, JACKSONVILLE TO OIHOIHH ATL
Ankona, Friday, 20. of better quality for practical purposes OILY 24. HOURS TRADE MANES.OUIONS .
and ale with me their laid claims or paymentwill TO LOUISVILLE.
Ft. Pierce, Thursday, March 4. the proof being that Germany be barred. OILY M HOTJM JACKSONVILLE: .
than oar own,
.. ._ law ...
IT.
White City Friday 6. the higher This I'tih day of Noy.mber.IIIIJ gems..sees. .. OHKUOO. CLIITHLAMD. UrULAMAFOUa. OBTHOIT, OOPY.IQMTa
rapidly monopolizing MI>OB S.Jomu. a4 aU poUM MoXfc ..* Wee sad 4aweANb..er
Fort Drum, Monday, 8. and more lucrative branches of man- E.C.B.TTKDALI. County Judg AayeR.a..Ilan 100'."_II!

Canaveral, Wednesday 'I 11. nfsctwe, and in addition is exporting Administrator. novjoto uiy20 THBOUOH BLEEPnO OARS JAOXSOVTILLE TO IT. LOUIS. :_=....::. I: .Ie.-= : =

Mr. Harry Watton will act as my large numbers of technical experts. WlUwmt ekM.*.vte........ABVsosa lNrdm.aalw and Holly gals rta(.. laP u t. take* iknmia.._ Yana sea .

' deputy at the Haulover precinct, any London Times. ONLY :36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. MssHlnutleelalSCIENTIFIC

one making return to him will receive ...... 0._..... .fW Kaa_OIY oPt'" tIM ... J..kssYt AMERICAN,
ROT ,....,... "'"e111i Oarw doily s.Uaelea _...... Ls.N eIIOftIa&I01
the same attention M If made to me. .. N ASHEVILLE via....YUJe.Ibnslgb 1M F.lo.&l..ty Illw.w.re..lisL ) ..........\1.woT.n wa .
Xl k l Cain Iu9
j Blank returns will be left at the different coins really misnamedAnd "LAND OF THE SKY." .: sIlia d4 eN.is
Our nickel are
postofflces In the county, also at the MUNN A CO.,.
court house In TUusvtlle. Please remember should be styled copper' coins. The SA 5S .......... .. t. rw>... iM..Nlooa... 1Mpr.llw.r ..... MO.,... ,.t *re....'. Hew >......
8 cent nickel contains 75 per cent of ..,..-.d.. tAB.WJ.Tw* ,
l the day and date above mentioned -
( copper and only 35 per cent of nickel I IETNAY ...... F*., Aft. 911 'w... B.y.(!..., Aok.oevw.,11.
and should have grievance in r.j. ,
, you any The ordinary cent nickel common Wanted-An Idea =
' TEttttlpth L JL HAII..DWsbIM..N < , meet at that time and have the of Ie N. W. A. 'JVR 1 a/.4 1.
me proportions copper
has the same
use .Peep.. 1 QOLop ,.... .... '
', evil corrected. Respectfully and nickel three-fourths of the former ..w D.o. 'W,. 8ilus, P. 0. ,Ar N aurJ ;. ir.l.t :::

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-+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- ST. VALENTINE'S DAY.. !
CRATES
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', ':: ,. CLOTHING. .
t.' *WM.LV\J CtAL DEVOTED TO THB DEVELOPMENT The feast of St. :Valentine' which
:
: i er'rna INDIAIf-KIVHB, LANE. occurs next Sunday, and which in For Best Crates at Lowest: Prices, Write f0)
.' AMD BIHOAYHIfBAV SWOTIONS.PtJBLI&HED )
WORTH
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observed fit
; days gone by was as a

,;.. EVERY C UDAT.Oa and proper occasion for the exploitation Shoes Underwear etc. ORANGE TOMATO BOXES CARRIERS, CABBAGE BEAN CRATES CRATES, ,
I!, of love's young dream, Hats PINEAPPLE CRATES.
, has of late degenerated intoan LETTUCE BASKETS,
I years ,
(f.
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; H. 'W .TOM, Bdltor Plant ,
excuse for anonymously Insult. Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Wraps,

r I Iy i OFTHE.FLOItWAPRESS ing friends, in ,the acquaintances most promiscuous and enemies Biggest Stock on the East Coast. G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallie, Fla."

ASSOCIATION, and "
impartial usually inappropriate
ei APULIATKIWITH tiDE: manner. How or when the Ship Your .;
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National Editorial Atsvaiation.Dlcnnti change in the day's programmefirst ;

took place is lost in the depths qt'J; [; ", . Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc "
I a I [ _aof ilvt..' nmut. ba made per of obscurity, but that the con- ( .. ,,

onully at tMs>moa.r by writing. temptible practice i is increasingwith _, To the Reliable firm of -
I I the years is proved by post '

; .L iI Addren all oomn..nlcntlon "JaINDQAN office statistics, and the ever-grow 'E ,r A. O. GANDY & CO.
,
of those horrors II;'
pictorial
ing ,
output
\ t' roVER ADVOCATE, "
l TITVSVXUUX FLORmA.I the so-called comic valentines, !t.!... Merchandise'Brokers and

which, with their vulgar efforts at J r v. ,

I doggerel rhyme, are a disgrace toa Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants i:

,
I i Check,etc,It..ylle made poyrtlvia! to CHARLES civilized country. The unfor-
H. WALTON,publisher and proprietor tunate saint who has given his l. :-
_.___ 0_ the beaten with ,).J'( 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla.nEFERENCES
name to day was ..
: :_State Bank of Florida Baker& Holmes, Raymond & Knight, Southern Ei
<.*' clubs and subsequently beheaded
pre l Company,or any Railway Agent ol thin city.
BOSTON proposes to 'of tablish a several centuries ago, and had the o .,..
F training school for domestic work, same fate been meted out to the

i, which will give instruction to both man who invented the disgusting W. :B. DAWSON

-.!'- I, the employers and employes, as it caricatures and equally unpleasantverses It is a Grave Mistake ,

j not infrequently happens that tie which of comic go by valentines the undeservedname the Wholesale and Retail

/ one IB quite as much i'n aeed of a TO BUY YOUR DRESS) GOODS.
world would have been the better
I knowledge of domestic science. as . .
for his demise, provided it had WINE & MERCHANT
the other. Thus is the servant LIQUOR
taken place before the accomplished
girl problem being solvwJ by degrees. :
I I gentleman, who is popu. Without First Sending to

larly supposed to preside over
I Hades, had put the idea into his 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Flag, }'
6 FnoM statistics to hand, the head. That one can be silly
number of murders committed in enough to take any any notice of these The Surprise Store Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havana,

r the United States during: 1806 anonymous insults, is a matter of

V amounted to 10,652, ae against regret; we should rather look upon Mexican and Florida Cigars
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10,500 in 1895. Of the ee301 were the sender with contemptuous pity,

1 occasioned by Jealousy. The sul- as one who must be decidedly want- ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA FINE FANCY GR-OCER-IES.
,
t g eldes for that period summed up ing in self-respect, and blessed
the number 6 520 Increase WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good
startling -an -
? with a very poor idea of what con FOR SAMPLES of the
of 761 over the previous stitutes humor. many B3T" Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

l, year. Disappointment rndlove! was The love and "yum.yum" bull you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference

., the cause of 180 euicid ,1 deatha; ness, we suppose, still continues, to ------ -- -
yet the world wags on ",as of old, a certain limited extent, princi NEW AND STYLISH GOODS

and man loves woman >land vice pally among boys and girls just

a versa, "either for better or vworse." verging on man or womanhood. To New Fall Goods.

the more mature the day has lost SHOWN THERE**. -

IT is said, on good ittalhority, its significance, and if the presentuse .
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1( that only '800 persons in ;6,000,000( to which it is put is to grow, -- --
die from old age, while, accordingto as there seems every probability of It Is the Largest as well as the most Up-to-Date Store In the State, and an An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept i ID

authentic statistics, 48'',OOO succumb : its doing, the sooner the day la Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the day received.Proprietor .
) to scarlet fever, HO( ,OOO to dropped from the calendar as a "General( Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS HAT,
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typhoid and typhus, 25,000 to day to be observed, the better. ESTES
prices are reasonable, and we are prompt I It:;
whooping cough, 18,000 to measles, CLOTHING Etc.Our very
I' 7,500 to consumption, ,,7,009< to cry.1'I of the Surprise Store, One can depend to get good value for hili,j

sipelas, 2,700 to apople.ty. and A KICKER. money. We Sell to Dealers only. I f'f
ST. AUGUSTINE
1,200 to gout. Of course, it will After a careful observation of FLA. Some "Special Bargains" in IIATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHING'I

.i } I. be understood that the averages the ways of the chronic kicker, we Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Absolute ;
vary according to locality '(in our have come to the sad conclusionthat pose of awarding the contract for re- Established 1885. Bargains. Call on or addl'elSBENEDICT
H beautiful sunny. south of mild.and the only way to get the beet pairing the City Wharf was held In the
1, healthy temperature, we Relieve of everything that our little earth Council chamber, Saturday, February Scrlmge- L. BARBOT & CO. POLLAK & CO.,
Oth, 1807; present-Aldermen
the average in old age would be affords, ia to kick at everything our (chairman), Scoble, Knot, Dixon and 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla.

greatly in our favor), but these like a cantankerous steer. The Lund: also G. Cary-Elwes, clerk; and R. General Commission. ___u ___- -
-.. I + figures are considered accurate as man who kicks strenuously and 'un S. Smith, marshal.
II r regards the population of the globe is treated with The following\ bids were opened and ,y JAMES PBJTCHABD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
ceasingly more con- J. T. Davis =n C. S. Cashier.
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read: P. S. Titus, $105; ai Schuyler
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Come Florida for N
whole.
as a to N H
sideration than the mild and as
easy I $((15 S. G. Vanlandlngham, $08; Peter w
; perI o o 8.
health ; come to Florida for pleasure going man, whose nature it is to.. 1\\(. Fisher, $Sj(); R. A. Bobbett, $HO. sa EI- ds -
; come to Florida and start in take good or evil with alike philos- it. was moved and seconded that thecontract .SC:> co:> =; ,=>. if >t, a ? INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
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.;J h'I' business; come .Florida to make ophical calmness, and who would he be furnishes awarded bond to J. T.In Davis twice. provided the p? q W ]

money. Let our northern friends- rather be imposed upon by every- amount of the bid. Carried unanim 329 & 331 POYdras St., (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
.1 build factories here' for the manu body than raise an objection. lie ously. *
facture of cigars, the canning of -the kicker-may, and doubtless It was moved and seconded that the, NEW ORLEANS LA. r' -- Authorized capital. $100,000
fruits", vegetables and fish. Thd' does, make himself a nuisance to Chairman of the Council be appointed REFERENCE J 'anal B"nk. I _fa "'\ Paid up capital $25,000
the I Metropolitan Bank.
work of
supervisor of the re-building -
products for the \purpose can be his surroundings when things do wharf., Carried unanimously. ( Commercial Agencies. Average deposits, $ 150OOCj
BANK
raised easily and fish can be had not go exactly to suit him, which, There being no further business, the 0 :
in abundance. It will be found !ia by the way, they very seldom do ; Board adjourned. New York Dental Parlors .; :'. Transacts a General Banking
f clerk. '
O. CARY-ELWES,
; 4 profitable' business. Now is the but in the end-although those '
::''' j time-it is to your Interest to take with whom he is thrown in contact I tL' Business.

**. I advantage of it. look upon his advent with a sort of U. S. Department of Agriculture .I Largest and Oldest Bank on the RlwJ
**$ uneasy fear and apprehension as Weather Uureau-Jupiter, Fla. ill,
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d , Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries I f;
to where the next kick will come- -
e BEACON LIGHTS ON INDIAN
heis nevertheless The following Is a comparative statement -
thought more ofonaecount
of temperature and rainfall for.the DIRECTORS 1 .
.. i 4 RIVER. of his recalcitrant propensities week ending Tuesday, Feb. 9, 1807.1807 J.U.PRITCR.&BD,'V.B.BARMKTTPre: (\ y'h' .
.. than the Permanently Located.Nearly of the National Bank or.Jacksonville),J'H
4 ordinary quiet -1800- DUNCES (Vlce-PreAhlent National Bunk'fi
t4 It Is time that the matter of reestablishing mortal. who assents silently to all ATB. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. opposite State Bank of Florida. Jacksonville), and W. M. DROWN.COIeREBPONDENTS. .
the beacon light alongthe sorts of unpleasantness rather than 3 64 4(1( 73 64 At No. 1 11 East Bay ,Street. ,?

river was receiving the attention make the least trouble. lIe is 5 4 73 00: 05 47 79 67 (63(10 ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. """ :rlem'l ,ew. National Seaboard Bank National of Jack Hank ollviUe.of New York 20 JJ'B'

it deserves. There is a pos never likely to become popular.. U- -72 UU -iU -tZ Price. trill be a._ Follower '
sibility of a line of steamboats being and it ds a question if he is not as 7 U3 4n! 67 53 i other ... ..;. ;..;.;.,.;.. .,
j'' put on at no very distant date, great a nuisance to himself as to 8 73 54 83 06 and even now the amount of river others, tout that he is the man who 0 70 63 04 66 Full Bet(very best)...M.. .:::.:.. 1l.00: to 1/1,00/
traffic would Justify the very small gets the lion's share of this world'sgood Total rainfall for the week: 0:03: inches Irregularities corrected. MIAMI! I
Departure from normal rainfall for the tt;r Your -
it ,11) expenditure necessary for keeping things, does not admit of the week: plus 0.23: Inches Departurefrom F. A. HENLEY patronage!;, D.D.S.solicited., +. +
i the beacons lighted. In the first slightest doubt. The moral of all normal rainfall since January 1, Phone 671. Jacksonville Manager., Fla. '9

i place there was no valid reason which, doggerrythmically put, is plus 4.29 inches.P..

been why these discontinued lights should; and ever if have they this Don't: think about others, just kick J. CAIIILI., Observer. J. S. JOHNSON CO. Town Lots Now on Sale !!

I were, the foundations and stakes like a mole Opening of the Perrine Grant. ,
t on which they are built should Tou'll find :It an excellent, excellent :Manufacturer of _
hare been removed, as they are a rule; News has been received of the confirmation
I 'i Just klc'like-a steer, through thick ... A. E. KINGSLEY General For
j source of danger to boats plying and through thin, -tied of the for openlngof nearly: thePerrlne sixty Grant .Fishing Supplies.... Agent ,
''I the river by night. Our quarter For the man who. kicks Is the man to up years.
I' During that time many settlers have
: of the globe is not so greatly win.TOWJT. taken homesteads, having! done much to Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
blessed with conveniences that it develop the territory And carry out the !
.;j t'4 1 can afford to be deprived ,of what coimcir nOCEI'D- original I I I Idea l of Dr. Henry.Perrine I to
CHOICE
whom the land ace 01 BUSINESS AND I''
..( was granted oy an RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
little favors wise and
a a provident Cotton and Linen
JNGS.( Congress, approved July 7, 1838. Dr. Netting; Rope,
,' II: tt government has seen fit. to confer Perrine wan massacred by the Seminole Corks, Leads Twines, Etc. Fishing all parts of the T wn. Carefully Selected
r upon us. Some months ago we The regular meeting of the Titusvllle. Indiana at Indian Key In 1810.( The Per Tackle of every Description; Hooks,
tt t were led to understand that the Town Council was held on Monday, the rine Grant consists of thirty-six sections, Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.IV" Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
1st inst., when the following memberswere a township, :!OOOO acres. It ia at the : TABI-ON TACKLE A 8PEC,. LTY.
efforts of of
i .one our contemporaries present: Aldermen bcrlmgeour i south end of Biscayne Bay; and the lIir1II11= :Ri"cr: aud< :Bay BittcoYJlC,
t i In effecting the re-establish (chairman), Scoble, Knox, Dixon, Lund ADVOCATE believes that its close prox. Baltimore Md.: !tr Correspondence Solicited .
ment of the beacons were about to and Hall (mayor); also JR. S. Smith, the amity to deep water will help to make it from Actual Investors and Settlers.

e' d be crowned with success, but dark- marshal. a good business point eventually. ..J. II. MENSING. Main Office, Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORID A
ness still covers the face of the The minutes of last meeting were read ,
and approved.It -
I waters, and the agitation seem. to I was moved by Alderman Scoble Flue Yacht for Sale. Wholesale and Retail -
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kk have quietly collapsed. We think and seconded by Alderman Dixon, that

4L; j if it were brought to the attention Alderman Scrlmgoour: prepare peclfica Naphtha launch for sale, in perfect COMMISSION MERCHANT Daytona ....... ........ ....... ......
1 ) of the proper authorities ,that they Lions for the repair of the City Wharfl order; nearly new; Sort long and Oft. ,
and the Clerk be Instructed to wide; fitted with a Itt-horse power engine
I I beacons are not a mere convent, for bids for labor on the same the Council of the Oas Power A Engine Co., -) Dealer In (_
I, gI 'ence but a real necessity to river reserving the right to reject any or New York. Main cabin is U'Jft. long; Livery Sale & Transfer
I T: navigation, there would be very all bids. Bids to be In by Saturday.. I 8ft. wide and 15ft. 31 n. bead-room Has Poultry Eggs, Butter Fruit Veget: Stables
little doubt that the matter would February 6th, 1807. Carried unanimously. electric bells, and sleeping accommodation ables, eta Consignments solicited. ,
for six. livery! convenience and Prompt and honest returns guaranteed
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be taken In hand and this small
It was moved and seconded Market quotations and THE FINEST TURNOUTS
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that the ijtlly equipped throughout. Speed, nine stencils furnish AND: CAREFUL DRIVERS.
concession would be made in the Board adjourn until Saturday, February mile per hour. Cost $7,000() ; will sell ed on application. hauling
!. interest. of those whose business Oth, for the'purpose of awarding the for 4fiOO. 9 Newnan St., acted. Carting:\, etc... Horses boarded and a'General Livery Business Truer
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: I it is I to "go down to the lea In ccntraot for repairing the City Wharf. address: NAPHTHA LAUNCH, Fifty miles KXSff driving All and orders will receive prompt and careful attention
Motion carried. rhone
700. JACKSONVILLE ridIng.
.blp ." 1 Care of ADVOCATE FLA.

The adjourned meeting for the pur Tltusvflle,.Fla. Reference: State Bank of Florida Take the Yellow Hack, Third Avenue C. PELLICIER, Proprietor.

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speeches, recitations, etc., quite ft number ASK the recovered

I B. Williams & Go"-- exercises.of mamas being present to see the e lever dyspeptics sufferers and, ,victims.sue.bilious the of : G. G. SPRINGER .


L. C. Moore, of Roseland, was In town mercurial diseased
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t.Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants..,. this week. lie has one of the finest health how th.y,cfuier-v.covered Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
s groves In the state. ful spirits and good I ,
.ppet it.\they will tell'b'ltb
\ 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA GA. taklnir HIM-
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NForeig: ziiicl DOJnc tic hruitr4.: : : job Send printing the ADVOCATE you need.] an order for any 'OR. I ICE: AND

/. TIle Cbeaptnt.. Purest end Best Family
1, Medicine In the World I
ETABLES FRUITS Roseland.Mr. for DYSPEPSIA ann.
.. HBADACHliCollo,
dice Billouuu.ck.,SICK :
String Beans. OrangeR, Depression of bpiritu. SOUR blOMACH,
r,'aulltiower. Bananas, Heartburn, etc This unrivalled remedy Is Distilled Water
Moore's launch, the Tartar, tooka warranted not tu contain. single particle of
kl'a-Celery. Grape Fruit, little home party to the ocean beach, MCKCUKY, or any mineral substance, but Is

Cucumbers Lemons, Sunday afteroon, where they enjoyed an PURELY VKtiRTAIILE,
i'l'omatoes. Limes Ice Chests Freezers and Coolers
hour's outing: on this most beautiful containing those Southern Roots and Herbs Refrigerators, Water
;Beets, Cabbage, ni Peaches, \ piece of old Atlantic's shore. As the which an all-wise Providence baa placed In
quash, Pineapples countries where Liver Diseases most prevail. FACTORIES
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day was an Ideal one, numerous partieswere
It will cure all Diseases caused by Derange
Potatoes
Tow Strawberries, seen enjoying the Sabbath day by ment ol the liver and Ilowels. Cocoa and ,V cst Palm Beach.
pg; Plant, Grapes, visiting the enchanted spot, the pure The IsYMPTOMS: of Liver Complaint are a
sparatus.,; Cocoanuts bitter or bad taste in the mouth; Pam In the
salt air putting new life into them and Back Rides or Jontsoften mistaken fur Kheu- .
EFERENOES-Tblrf( Natlonlll Rink Atlanta Oa., 00.1'':.JohnMOn 'anelv -- -- -- -- ----- --- ----
1rlt.tlanta, evidences of the glorious win- matism; Sour Stomachi I.OHS of Appetite
Armour Packing Co..Atlanta, Oa.; 000. 111.Taylor, W.8. Duncan .C to.,Atlanta, Oa. giving new Floiida. Bowels alternately costive and lax; Ilea,]ache':
ter resorts on tho East Const of Loss of Memory, with a painful sensation ofhavinff
--- failed: to do, something which I ought I to : SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
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1.------ hnvo been done; Debility) Low 5plrlts, a thick
: Butler and Homer Conkllng recited two Malabar. yellow appvanuu'tf of the bkm and Kyvs;: a dry .
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Cough often mistaken for ('ouautnptioo.Sometunes
selections, Miss Annie E. Goode played of UIOHO attendthediseasratothers
many symptoms ]DORIIS Valentine and Refugee, t 2.110111' bas Muskmelon, I Wx-/ lb.
the but the I.IVEitis per
Mexican March solo the few
on guitar, very ; .. ..
Wax .
l.1 Mr. Sam Martin T. C. Bass, a prominent business man generally the rent of the disease, and if nolRellulnt",1 ."R-I'lIes. :1.211... Turnip m*
a guitar solo, Spanish wretched Pgnash 4. .. per Ih, 1-iwrlSlllltf.' inn por lb., frt. pnlil 3do./ per lb.
fI Fandango; Mr. Branch read Hailing of Fort Pierce was in town Friday on in time" rrent suffering ('ueoutler. 4ii,. V..pltIAI.R. o Tuliuceu. Heoiln. ingnrtedi'eaeAmerivan !
Jemmy Prof. Winters real estate business with C. C. Carroll, news and DEATH will ensue.esteemed persnniat'em Yonder, $4.("i ,p,,rl>us, Htook > > >1.(Hi) pur...., fIB ftr Hi.Tolinunn .
highly .. ..
gave some very who has tho agency of Mr. Bass' largeproperty t:1i following virtues of cilimnons Liver Keiculiitori other v.rly varieties, 3.(HiCorn > Fla grown l-j,mr IMHi os., sift "
funny pints from Mark Twain, which all "/ ,neldallvarletlvs 1..11I" RnoatrsTobneeo, Tic "per om,7.(5) "
Indian River, Gen. W. H Unit, Pres Ua S. W R. R. f" ; Key
seemed to enjoy, if we judge by the loud interests on I. R. Kelder, Perry, Ua.| Col. 15.;: K. Sparks, Al. Miiunr' all varieties. fI.IlI": Miuuif'g. I.eaf'ruhaceos, 4tiu' per 01, 4.(M) a
OYNGpg@ ; applause. Then all the (society joinedin Mrs. W. R. Harris his returned from bony O"\lt.| MsHterHon Stepliena"w. K \t\herilllllbb Ce, Watormvlons, toe, nor Ih.
singing until the storm passed over where she has boon for Oa t Hon. Alexander 11. Bond for list to
St. Augustine,; have tested its virtues, personally,and rr price
when! all went home, happy. several! months past.C. know that for Dyspepsia, Uillousnvs* and L. CAMERON Seedsman

The dance given by the Ladies' Tennis W. Bolton made a trip to Melbourne Throbbing world eversnw.Vetrled IIenJnche It is the forty best other medicine remedies the 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA

club at Hector's hall, List Saturday, wasa Wednesday.. before Shnl110n.Liver I KeRtilutor.but mine gave.
relief but the Keini.
us more than temporary ;
big success. The danced
phantoms
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J. B. Wells of Grant, and Wm. Wells, later not only relieved, but cnn..tED.
with ghostly tread until they becameliungiy TBUB.CUAI-II ANII Mk.ssf.NutH, Mauon U*.
when they unmasked to enjoy of Mo.! were here on Monday" ll\\l ,fACIOHED ONLY BY A Fertilizer for Fruit c.

AKIN6 hot coffee and dainty cakes of many Mrs. J. M. Minn was visiting here one J. H. ZLILIN A CO., Philadelphia.' Pa.

kinds, made by the hands of the fair day lately.
ladies, who nicely] arranced the party. "
All retired before midnight, wishing the Mrs. C. W. Bolton went to Grant on a tho !games and refresh- :---. __ '-'-=" --:= "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,

club would soon give another social! Saturday" visiting relatives there until meats provided for them, between the
POWDERAbsolutely dance. There were too many present to Monday hours of throe and nix. :hr1ae SgB.OO :her Ton.: .

/give the names; besides the ADVOCATE H. C. Starck: returned on Friday from
Pure.>> GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........
Is little The death of E. L. Dlxon, of Milan,
space a limited, owing to a large been six
strength amount of correspondence from various weeks.Jacksonville, where he has for Tenn., occurred at White's Cottage at MolHtuio. .. . . . . .. ... . ,8 to 10 Per Ont.

bealthfulness.orated for Its Assures great leavening the food against points along the East Coast. 2:::10!( o'clock Tuesday morning. Mr. Ammonia . '." . .'. d.' !- to 6" ..

and all forms of adulteration common to Born-to Rev. and Mrs. C. L. Howell, Dixon, with his wlfo and little lion, Fay, riiimplioito Acid . .... . ... . .5 to 6" "
leap brands.YAL on Feb. 3, a line boy. to liocklodgo last October, hopingto
MAKING POWDER CO.. New York. YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fishing oame derive benefit from: this health-giving Potash (Actual). . . ... . . ,0 to f4" "

Tackle ever brought to Indian Miss Venetla Minis spent the Sabbath climate, but his disease, consumption, Made] exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Moa, Nitrate of Soda Blood], Done
River at the Rockledge", store. Do not with friends at Tlllman. had made such inroads upon bill SYRtem Dissolved Phosphate Kino (1l'OlIn.l1'ohlu''o Stems, and Sulphate of ]'otn8b.1nr" .

fail to call and examine this fine stock. On Saturday's southbound train we an to permit no chock In its course. \Viltefordliectlonsfor using; and further particulars; also link for
Melbourne. PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge. noticed Howell D. Smith, en route to Decea etl's mother arrived' on Monday, copy of "Economical Foitlllzlng for Fruit." We entry large! stock of nil Fertlll
Nassau. In time to be with him in his last linum. zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust, Potnsh, etc. Write for pilccs! before
The noon train conveyed the sad little buying. Wo suck tho growers; trade diiect.
IE & OOODE.-Real Estate and Loans. Banyan.Snap Messrs. Comstock, Brainard and Forest
towards their
with the remains
nt for >Ktna, London and Liverpool and were in Melbourne on Thursday. home interred.Mr. WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,
the latter will be
be, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special whore
mtlou paid to the interests of non resits. There was a large: attendance at Sun The Fertilizer House of Florida
beans are being shipped daily, day school and Christian Endeavor on and Mrs M. M. Rhodes, Air. and
though in much smaller quantities than Sunday. Mrs. J. C. Kliodos, Taunton, Mass; Mr.! Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k. .

EC CARLETON, MELBOURNE, FLA.- before the recent cold spell. and Mrs. F. W. Sargent, Newton, Mass.' -- -
utlfully situated on a high bluff, over- Mr. and Mrs Sam Chllds, of Cocoa, regular winter guests of Hotel Indian

cine: the,and Indian rates River.reasonable.If. First-class. accoinlatlons were in Banyan on Sunday last looking Rockledge.The River, are now cosily settled there for S.
vals Morsex
!. ROBERTSON Proprietor.ATE over their property.The the season. Among other recent aril
at this hotel are J. J. Mailer, New York; -
schedule of the Silver King is Plaza's list of visitors enumerated I B. Woodward, and wife, Denver, Col.;
BOARDING HOUSE:-The Goode very inconvenient for the shippers here J. B. !tU Men, a newspaper representative

i.e.open on to Fountain the public Heights For terms, Melbourne address Is abouts at present. 104 last Tuesday. and Miss Russell, from Hartford, =:Ar2. :ESTATE: : :: .
Eau GalHe S. F. ,
Paddison
MRS. R. W. GOODE. Among the visitors to town on Sunday G. F. ; Conn.; Mis. F, A. linrnaby' and \Miss
Gibbs, Melbourne, were In town Satur- Evans, New Jersey; Mr. and Mrs. T. Y.
last were M. S. Sams. of Courtenav. and
L. D. Hancock -and' E. R. Provost t--of day. Hyde, daughter and two sons, Wisconsin :MIbMI: :Da.do OCI ., FLOEt.XDA:

Irs. Chas. J. F. Campbell and Master Lotus. Manager Bemis says his present num- ; C. Bruno and three daughters, New

llor. returned flora Jacksonville lost Horace Sams left here for Jacksonvilleon ber of visitors exceeds that of last yearat York. AGENT FOR LANDS OF __

ay.s. Monday.The the same season. Two I important real estate dales were

C. H. Stewart and Master Fletch- C. J. Webb, traveling/ salesman] for made during the past week. Merritt Florida" East Coast Hallway Company,

Ire visiting relatives in Daytona,.and young men who attended the lastrepoit plc- Tenney's candies, and brother of Proprietor Douglass, of Htwetrord, Pa., purchasedthe Florida Coast Line Canal .Transpoitatlon\ Company, '
[Stewart looks lonely. nio at Lake Washington on Friday Webb of the Indian River was remaining,; half of the K. A. Hardee Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast hand Company.

Die ADVOOATE is a good advertising having spent a most enjoyableday. in town this week. place and Chan. Devlin, of PitUburg the, -- -- -. .. _. -.....'. ...- -.- -_.. ---
the Wood Just north of
llura along the East Coast. Give it Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Muller, a. bridal property
B. D. and R. C. Creech Wooten place. Both gentlemen are
Jernegan were
lal.he. looking over the vegetable crops of pair from Now York, guests of the Hotel guests of tile Plaza; and were Induced by The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

[ Republican Executive Committee, Tropic on Sunday. Almost every man Indian River, caught a large number. of the personal efforts of Mr. Peck, the proprietor .
tevard county, met last Wednesdayhe they met was Inquiring for bean pickers. trout while out trolling on Monday.White's to make those Investments. A .
office of the chairman, Mr. R. W. I Cottage: has been altogetherfilled fine residence for winter use will be
I The public school at this place has built each of these places. Surelyno 1i. STTOOXjO'W", Gtoxx'lLATE :JUanagor.: :
11. up this week, but as people continually upon
closed for a week or two, as the pupils \ come and go, there Is always more enchanting spot for a winter ( CHAPMAN & SUULOW.)
r. and Zlrs.Vard F. Barrett, of Ro- are suffering with Ugilppo. Our teacher home could be found than here at Ilock- '
ter, N. N., are again here, and their Miss Cellie Sams, is also quite sick, andhas room for one moie. ledge, on the banks of the ever-chgnging South Jacksonville, Florida.
ourne friends extend a Waim *vcle gono to her home at <.:C'ourtenay.If A beautiful bunch of grape fruit was beautiful Indian River
to them. seen upon the office counter of the Hotel -- MANUFACTURER OF -

!r. W. E. Trurn, of Chicago, arrived Indian River Tuesday from the tropical A quiet marriage: took place at the
Thursday evening to join his family If you need any job printing, we place of A. L. Hatch, at City Point. residence of (loo. N. Hatch on Monday FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
his place, where they all will spend shall be pleased to get a share of it. afternoon, at 4::!0 o'clock, the contracting ,
Mr. Merwln made a visit to Eden during
parties being Mr, Qoo. P. _
Inter. the past week, and reports the pineapple Mills Jessie I). Hentz, both of Quincy, Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
10 Rev. Dr. Du Bone, of Suwanne, Sebastian.Things plantations in fine condition, despite Fin. Uev. W. E. Smith was the officiating ,

a., is expected at Hotel Bellevlew the frosty spell of weather previous minister. The bride who has been Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc. Also
Seed
week. ills many friends will be to his going. visiting her sister, Mrs. Hatch, for some i Cotton ,

to welcome him here. that we notice : The steamer Silver King, which leaves weeks past, has great strength,; and beauty Tho Fazn.cn.1&: :: ZZnrd.-T1.zn.o&: :: Dran.CL

r. and Mrs. holler and daughter, That work train No. laid over here, here at 7:00: o'clock Instead of 7flO( as of character, and Is much beloved In Ammonia. . .4 to B per cent j
Bessie, of Easton Pa. Mr. and Mrs. Tuesday night. stated ]last week brought a good list of her large circle of friends, while Middle tho Available Phot. Acid.. . ,6 to H per cent J For $'SII.OO Per Ton. I.
Woodruff and charming daughter Monday evening, 18 of which groom Is a well known attorney of .
That sweaters the passengers: Potiidh K O. ,0 to 7 per cent )
i Maud of Salem 0. are here. are quite proper at the Indian River. Florida, and a young man of sterlingworth. .
stopped
Write for
thing at this place. The happy couple will spend Highest Commercial Value given our brand In the last Itiilletln.
A. Kenley, wife and son, of Fair- Among the prominent guests at the two or throe WOOKS at City Point and Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upward for our brands will be delivered free .f all
That the Florida East Coast is
nt, Ind., and Mr. E. Ilollingsworth bulk of the tourists. gettingthe New Rockledge,; are Mr. and Mrs.! D. Itockledgn, the former place having been freight charge to any railroad depot on the Kant Count at catalogue prices, until

in' town. The latter gentleman is Langstaff,; O. B. Schrelfer and daughter the bride's home In childhood, before further notice.

for the benefit of his health. That Cocoa's banker was here this Scranton Pa., and J. W. B. Prince and returning to their home in Qulncy. --. --. -' _.. --- '" ".. ...-- .-.- --
s Ella Moore, of Washington, D.assed week. wife, Brooklyn.
town last week the of the Palm House has sold his naphtha DUREN FEASTER.
through on That guests Geo. Glngras: THE ROCKLEDGE STORE has the & .....
ay to visit her brother at his beau- were treated to an oyster roast this week. launch, Fairy to A. S. Gray, of Hudson, finest display of goods along the East

> place, the Ercildoune Inn, Rose- That the yacht Evelyn went to Grant N. Y. Mr. Gray will soon start south Coast. Our assortment Is so large and GROCERIES FRUITS &: VEGETABLES. Florida and
with his newly-made purchase, Mr. Gln varied, that we can supply you with ,
; Frank Conkling has been shipping day or so ago. gras to accompany him to Miami, as anything you need. We mako a specialty Crockery, Glass and Tinware.
i That there was a large congregation at master of the boat. parties. Western Meats of All Kinds
]lovely sago palms to the Royal of supplying yachting Your patronage 8011 cI.-.

lana, at Palm Beach. It would be church last Sunday. E. B. Wager, editor of the Star was PAXTON & HATCH, Ilockledgo. TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
7 our townspeople planted more of That R. B. Spratt Is shipping tomatoes. In Rockledge over Sunday, registering at
beautiful palms in their front -
did considerable -- '- -
the Plaza. Mr. Wager --
That W. J. Newlam has gone Into the I
Pierce.
stock business. I flying around upon his now and fleet Fort :: 3R----:: : dz seo.::
nd Mrs. J. R. Vernon, of Salem, Clipper wheel while here. EJ.
That Billle Smith, a Seminole brave, i
rived in town last Saturday even- One day the early part of the week Rev. J. U. Tresca held services here
inch to the delight of their friends called here on Tuesday. Messrs. Taylor, Cook and Harper sallied;;; twice last Sunday to large congregations Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit

-Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Woodruff. May J. S. Jacobs, of Jacksonville was here, forth from the Plaza to the point of In the Methodist church. And Food Product of all kind Grain Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground

stay e. among us be a long and pleas- Tuesday. Merrills Island, a famous fishing region, The school] children observed Arbor Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively, la

Jacob Burkheim, representing Iseman and brought back 100 pounds of blue Day at thl place by planting a nice tho above line of good We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronago.!;

pretty town is rapidly filling up & Clauson Jacksonville, was iu town on fish, trout and bass. selection of shrubs around the scbool- Very truly E. L. BRADY A UltO., TUusvtlle, Fla.

visitors and tourists. Many strangeare j Monday.W. A whist party, given by Mrs. Sharon, house. Tbey.also sang and recited. . .. .. --- .. .. -
seen on our streetc<< daily andm -- -- -
,
the of the New
enjoyed by guests
W. Russell Is looking after his wan The schooner Capt. McPatflen,
Queen,
to be enjoying themselves] either Rockledge :Monday evening. Mr. Prince
>wing, fishing, sailing, tennis, gun Interests here.Several made the largest score for the gentlemen from the Bahamas, was anchored oIl the THE DECANTER.

lag, picnics and sea bathing. guest were registered at the and Mis Anna White of the ladies. duck, Saturday. -

arrivals In town are Mrs. Palm House this week. The booby laurels were taken by Mills Geo. F. Paddison, of Eau Oallle, was a

Fall and son, Clarence, and Mrs. The yacht Mlonle-ha-ha, with J. M. Bristol and Mr. Winter. pleasant visitor to town on Monday Lesley & Bena.ker,

Lewis, of Delaware, 0.; :Mr. and Curtlss and S. H. Wilson, of Cleveland, Misses Dora and Gertrude Breese have Dr. C. P. Plaits left for Jacksonville,

Hewitt, of Virginia; Mrs. E. W. 0., aboard laid over here on their. way lately mastered the unruly bicycle and I Wednesday morning, with a patient. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies Rums, Gins and Whistles,
and Miss Jessie Smiley, of Frank.
ey south. are now enabled to make their daily
Pa.; Mrs. E. S. Young, of Baltimore; wife and son, of round of two mile from their home to Jerome Feaster, of Miami In on a -- Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.
Henry Copperthite visit his folk at this place.
Prof. Hopkins and wife of Michl- Washington, D. C., after spending several the postoffice and return, with much to A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

days here left on Monday eveningfor ,greater; 'Coe.l. than was possible when We had quite a storm last Friday evenIng Family and hotel trade I I" ollcited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall

and Mrs. A. O. Silver came to our Palm Beach.It reliable was the motive power.J. with wind, rain, thunder and light order. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLKV:: A; UKNAKEU,Titus vllle,Fla.
It from Salem, 0., last week. This ning. The wind was very vere.
is not very often that a sailboat goes: Mlddleby's naphtha launch Ker-
visit to Melbourne but .
first
heir
; a.liver's out with two captains, j a major and a'' wood, wu down from City Point Thursday There was a whist party recently at
two brothers and their fami- general aboard, but sucb was the case having on board Mr. and l\lrll. the residence of Mr*. Stetson,' quite a LAW CO.
the winter here last THE JOHNSON
ad spent before he knew year well on the Widow, Tuesday.Gen. Mlddleby, Mr*. J. Cheater, 1\lr1I. J. F. jovial party being In attendance. All ,
the year pretty a most enjoyable
Martin &n(1lIlIs Flo Martin. After report having spent
t kind of treatment the Melbourne Wm. H. Motley, of Portland Me., spending the afternoon In Rockledge all evening./
i give visitors, so decided to come The Electrical and Machinery Supplies.
at the Palm house. -
while. Is registered returned to City Point except Mrs. Miss Sadie Saunders returned on Monday -
for
try it located a In Hotel They Carleton.are very General U down looking! for a winter Chester, who remained the guest of Mr. from Eden, where she had been on a

lantly home.V. and Mr. Batteafield till Sunday. : visit to her aunt.MUwJennla MA.XVrACTVBElta AOL::1Td WOK

e social given in the Congregationalh H. Harris, of MIcco. stopped here I High Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motor and
lUlu Lizzie Hoghlett celebrated her Burnett I I. quite sick at
last Friday evening, by the C.lociety day this week, oil Mono William A.;
well attended, in spite In his launch Mist one tenth birthday last by givinga the residence of Mrs. Johnson. Generator, Warren Altrenator] Ilorosby-Ackroyd engine., ,
was
Saturdar'
with quite a jolly party of tourists Co. Elevator sncclALTiir: El.ctrioJan..flawing truobln*motor IMnuI motor Iron
it being her custom ,Co
he stormwhich lasted for severalThe I aboard.. party, Clad slaw speed Multlpotar Motors for buvlmt ,,,,,wry worn, Improved SUM nliwar eqalpnwnt -
song by the Misses Susie ,, I do BO. The little folk of cocoa and ,modem la.......sail_&rwtlo.. Fully fuanatewl sad prtcee right.
Arbor observed by the schoolchildren Rockledge werolnvlted, many of whom -The ADVOCATE ha* some tobacco JACKBOaVItLX, TLA.
kins and Smile Johnson were enjoy- Day was V. BMHOr X....,.
f aIL Mrs. L. D. Lockwood read a at this place by planting trees gave a suitable remembrance each to seed to give away to IU readers. Call Salesroom,tt WM roaytk ..., RepAir Shop,3029 Main St. i
Uon 10 her usual) fine style. Master and flower, and making, appropriate their little hosted, while all enjoyed to and get some .




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f j r SACKS AND GOWNS. THE OLDEST MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. INDIANOLA HOUSE. x HOTEL x COQUINA


Ooato of Velvet,, Slllnj Cloth Md Par-Bat- Florida New York
.Open December
ton .
Trimming 3rd.
and Boston.
I The straight sack in all its varieties Philadelphia Indianola Is on erritts Island.....
AND THE BEST galling from Brunswick, Ga., direct to New York. .....
teems to be one of the most certain and -ORMOND.BY.THE.SEA
PASSENGER SERVICE
prominent features of winter fashions. It Four Miles North of Rodledge.
Via Fernandina F. C. A:: P. R.v. and Cumberland Route:
I la made of silk and satin for wear in mild Cough-cure the most prompt and Lv Augustine SiW pin; Lv Jacksonville ll.K am; Lv. FLORIDA

( I I I weather, and for cold days fur, velvet and effective remedy for diseases of the Fernamllna. 1.30pm; ArBrunswlcu 8.3U p m. Dally except LARGE

. I llI cloaking materials era presmid Into the throat and la Sunday.Via liverett! all rail, F. C. &: P. Ry, and So. Ry. Lv St. Anarnstlne Sun y rooms, all looking on
lungs Cherry
service. The sack may be quite plain or Ayer's 9.00 a m; Lv Jacksonville ..00 m: Ar Brunswick T.3e Indian River. Good home table. SURF BATHING AND DRIVING
i Pectoral. As an emergency medicine p m. Daily. Passengers allowed on boanilor supper Thursday. ,

iii' I r rh for the cure of PROPOSED SAILINGS I Pure soft drinking water. Sailing:, rowIng Specialties at Ormond.

Croup, Sore Throat, Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,8:30.d. m, (Standard Time.) Lv. fishing and hunting. Will 'meet lnr For Circulars address

) i+ I Lung fever and. Friday Jan. 15.................. ........COLORADO........ ................ .... nrun.wlck'i! and transfer /
I Cough' Friday Jan. 1W..................r..... ....RIO GRANDE. ..... ........"...... .....Friday Jan.29 guests at trains at Cocoa,
i ii Whooping Friday, Jan, 29.......................".......COLORADO... .... .............. .Friday, Feb. 5 free of SEISER &: PINING l 1
Friday Feb. B.. ... ........ ., ...RIO GRANDE............... ..... Friday, Feb. 12 them to and from house charge. MaoagP
i AYER'SCherry Friday,Feb. 13..:.............:.............COLORADO............................Frld yFeb. 111 Rates: $ t 1.50 per day

For general! Information, steamers, train rate* etc. apply to any railroad agent or to ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA
Pectoral A.P. MURPHY, Agent! Fernandlna F a. CiSAS. >SAVIES! Rent,220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville $8.00 per week. ,
H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
cannot be equaled.E. C. H.MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, E. River, and ana Broadway,N. Y. Address:

il. B RAW LEY, G. W SCHUYLER,

,r the D. D.American Dis. Sec.Baptist of- o :a:: .A. S :ar.'C": :b..I.J: az 0 0 Indlanola, Fla.Jacksonylllo's Park Cottage

9 9i Publishing Society. Petersburg DEALERS IN -

i Va., endorses It, as a cure for violent P-.1n.e Wines: :: an.CL: LI.ca.:: ; -u.ors: Fire-Proof Hotel. FlJ
New West Palm
y colds, bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley Beach =
41T. A 419 W. Bay St., I ,
L
also adds: To all ministers suffering fI. .

; from throat troubles I recommend t I. JACKSONVILLE '. FLA. I Hotel Geneva (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinclana)j

t \ RICH WINES create good, rich heal- -
I AYER'SCherry thy blood. Don't make the mistake oLI6AS ,
:wr .. buying sour poor wine because it is Located on the Lake Front. TcrjJ
-_ cheap It Is not. It has a nasty disagreeable
1 I II .N D .:::::- effect upon the system while a Cur. Fomyth and Cedar Sts.,
,. .<:-- good wine. is really not expensive, and t overlooking beautiful Lake Worth!
( PectoralAwarded fives( you that pulled-together, self-
I I II II satisfied feeling >Jacksonvllle Fla.
ty-: We make a Specialty of North Caro- Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 per day.
Medal at World' Fair. Tina. Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, threeyears Modern Improvements Baths, etc., on
old,S2.00: per gallon.. Every door Gas and Electl'loLights Special rates by J JM.
I :<: Parties living in Dry Towns will do tie W\
I AYER'S PILLS Cure Liver and Stomach Trouble well to order from us, as we can save Passenger Elevator. Artistically .
them BO per cent. on all orders. and Elegantly Furnished. J. YARBOROUGU,
I ry Always send money with orders .*. V
$ I I CLOTH COSTUME. "" We will not open new accounts unless ProprieioJ
,
r 0;;, suitable Jacksonville reference is given;
mounted in plaits upon a yoke Change AT THE PIANO. ,( No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry Towns. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. _J
I! able silk is muoh liked in Part for the / ) 'I'1 III .,. for Co.,
Ji, latter style, the ;yoke being embroidered / Brewers and Bottlers Indianapolis Ind. Weekly Rates on Application. Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titilvllle
r .
Benefit Derived From the Playing fDmete Hercules Malt Tonic fc Russell Wild Cherry; Brandy, $440 per case. Special Rate for the Summer. does all kinds of job
{ with beads or oovered with lace and the -Vstlo. of Writing J.e_.... 92.25 per ease; Clayton : printing G g'u8 <|
aflk: body: of the garment being aooonUonplaited. ED. L. OWENS Prop. a share of your work.]
A teacher to The Etude
writing ,
The ;yoke Is not neoewwrlly of the .
I same material, however. It mar be of velvet says
t or of embroidery, laoo or passementerie I always use easy duets with pupils RARE CHANCE !

I I ever a lining of a> different oolor. Trimming every lesson for a few minutes of sight

I to match the;yoke I"l placed upon the reading. I think there is nothing so
Jeeves The charm of the sack depends
.I" helpfuL A teacher onoe remarked sarcastically
I entirely; Ytpon<< Its tlnl.nh, color and trimming
"It's ea"to
keep up your Hotel and Furniture Sarno Fla.
It Is Cottages
as praotloully: shftx| >len'" practice if you play duets with ,
Cloth and velvet, velvet and cloth-the your pu ,
changes are rang upon that combination pils. Well it is a benefit But are there

until one would fancy there were but not many advantages to the scholar?

those two materials In the world Fashion What better proof than Emory's piano

14 has elected them prime favorites, and they; method, and, later, the fine-new) method /ffJ A'
I will be worn all winter, not only composing of Landon. In many of these duet
general utility gowns, but for elegant playing is introduced almost from the AA 11

and ceremonious costumes They will be beginning. Duets with pupils might be I'M' X5 /1O 'e

I adorned with expensive buttons the but compared to jhe harnessing of a '
) young ailCyghGG
ton fever being still as high as ever and
I I promising to rage Indefinitely. The but. fractious horse with an old, steady one. w

tons will be placed on straps, sleeves and There will be some flouncing aroundfor y

plaits of both gowns and jaoket.j ",. awhile, but the younger !soon! learns

j Books of heavy goods mounted a yoke how easy it is to work.when both step ., GFd
II will be laid in large plaits, flat or hollow. and keep time together.
I The wattoan effect will also be .
employed.The Stuttering, or making notes over, is
I fur used as trimming will be In the also prevented. While playing the pri
d form of stole oollar small
a large
pelerlne
i : mo, the letters above the staff become
or even an entire yoke, or sometimes only .
{'. In narrow bands bordering the entire garment more familiar, causing the pupil also to t.S :
'fr. I( or framing the plaits. read two trebles. Playing the secondo ::5.

.x'! t The sketch shows a costume of beige helps the mind to retain' the low bass

,I I cloth, having a skirt adorned around the notes, while two basses are read to-
foot by a series of wide tucks. The bodice gether.

l I I opens fully in front and In a Vat the back Surely it gives( new life to the young $ it\{:
4 over a close vest of white cloth embroider'ed
i pupil, imagining, as they seem to do,
with Kold. This vest bos. short
a baRque
and fastens with small buttons./ The bodice that the whole pleasing performance> '
SAFETY I COMFORT TIME LOW RATES
QUICK
\; fronts have rovers of 'vlollne velvet andre proceeds from their own little fingers
: t adorned by steel buttons The cloth alone. Then there are other benefits. If No
Finest Cuisine and .
Service Transfer between Jacksonville and New York
Bleeves are plain There Is a rolling collar the teacher holds a correct hand, the The above cut represents roughly HOTEL Du NIL, at Sarno Brevard The Fleet Is of the j
of white cloth above a straight one of velvet pupil copies It. If ho raises the bands at County, Florida, which Is only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallic, Fla., composed "following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche"
"
I J Jf The hat of beige felt Is trimmed with the rests, the pupil is prompted to do and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida. East Coast K'y. Has (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquols, "Cherokee," "Semn!! (

:, f vlollne) velvet, steel buckles and black the same. If the habit is throwing out depot, postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on NorthBound.Steamers .
. of land the Eau OaHie River with view of Indian River on
ten fronting on ,
plumes. JUDIO CIIOLLKT. acres are sail I
the elbows few the appointed to according to the tide.
\ a thumps against the east less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2+ miles away. Ispractically from JACKSONVILLE> FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays :Tuesday and TlmM
teacher will cure this. new-buildings completed in 1800.! The hotel and every cottage Is From CHARLESTON> S. C., Mondays Wednesday and. in!
., Before pieces nre half worked up pupils > Furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian For hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally l"l'f

> wish to get the finishing touches wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connectod, give ample supply of the South-Bound. I
The Moon Will .Never Cb..C"Tbe while If has been used months the former Steamers are appointed to sail from ller 29,East River, New York at 8 p. m., as fnllor I
of The two
on, they were painting a picture best water. property only some by For CHARLESTONS.C., Mondays, Wednesday. and Fnf
headline may give the reader the the teacher would simply say, owner, John Green, who died, and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A. For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesdays and f-

.. idea that something has gotten wrong "You can't expect me to touch up the DeGrauw. of Jamaica, Queen's County, New York, whose address until April 1st Boston and Jacksonville ,
II With our satellite and that in the future foliage or show you how when you have is Oak Hill, Fla. There Is a large pavilion 100 feet square, cement floor, cement -DIRECT LINE, (Freight only )
(Calling at Charleston S. C. both
works and den. Best of and fresh and salt ways)
walks water hunting fishing, water
gal ;
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. Luna's fair face will not branches
get no to the trees, or expect the STEAMERS "QKO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE,"
sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing, beautiful
l I, through the regular( phases> of new moon, last touches on the clouds with no background are appointed to sail as follows:
first full and last scenery; and the whole Is ready to open as a hotel In one day's time. Every From foot of Hogan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf! ]
rN quarter, moon filled in for the
. quarter sky convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original THURSDAYS. }'IUDA'iS.Clyde's .
/; as has been her wont Mince the time Are writing lessons necessary? Cer cost to John Green was $48,000) ; now for sale at $10,001); half cash and half on

/ib.:*"* I "when the mind of man runneth not tainly. Writing page after page of letters time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Address
to the contrary. above and below the staff-writing D. L. GAULDEN, Tltusville, Fla. St. Johns River Line.DE .

S (III; But such, dear reader, is not the idea lessons in note value, rests, staccato

wo mean to convey, but we do mean ex: : touches, all kinds of time, signatures, ( BART LINE) 55

,f 4' act ly what the headline says, that under scales, eta The Elegant Iron Sidewheel Steamer

existing: : conditions (and the conditions A patron found fault because I bad CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

i I which have existed on the surface of the already given her child "five .lessons WHY ? CAPT. W. A. SHAW. ,

moon for perhaps millions of years) it : and not a scale yet." It is so natural do HecoiueKEATING Is appointed to sail as follows: _
Yes why Bicyclist
is a physical> impossibility that the face for some little folk to hold pretty curved Leaves Sanf Jacksonville ord.Untedrrise: and- intermediate- 3:30:landings p m, Sundays on the Tuesdays. 'B: River.and Fridays forf

J of the moon should change one iota. fingers that scales can be given at once, Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.

There are neither outside nor inside influences but I fail to see the benefit of much SOUTH
BOUND k''
J : that con be brought to bear to scale work with fingers that tarn up Read down. SCHEDULE. NOSTII llea.NJ

,i. make a change in the configuration of like sled runners. Surely the first jointof Leave 8.30 p. m. ...............,......... Jacksonville............ ............ Arrive 2s
i "our silvery sister world. Her Inter. each finger should be trained to bend .t 8.45 p. m. ....... ...................PalatkaSt. ........................ .... Leave .It:
.t. 3.00 a. m. .......:... ... ........ .. .ABtor. .............. ........... .. 311
sal fires have since
long died out and outward while the thumb is held down 4.30 a. m. ........................ Francla........................... I'
II there is an utter absence of both air and before the latter can pass freely under 1' 5.30 a. m. ... ......... ............ Beresford ........................... 1211
water. Existing under such conditions 8 00 a. m. ........................Blue SpringsSanford .......................... ? II'
I with profit.Chafing> Arrive 8 I.. m. ............... ........... .. ,I,
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\ it is utterly impossible that the face of 9,28 a. m. ....... ..... ...Enterprise... ...................... ?
tho moon should undergo change or disintegration dishes are now made with ...... .... .. ..............:.8o. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)...........................12\11_,\ '1Gen'l

I t+ even in the course of a hundred double blazers, making it possible to Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jackson .l

; I million years.-St. Louis Republic.> > cook two dishes at one time. ,,, ,1
.' Enthusiasts ? J.A.LBSLIB,Supt. JNO. L. HOW RD. Fla.Tr't Agt. F. M.JBoNKONOEB.JB.Fla.'aIC 't.. I

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I 1
-- THKT note the quick response as the pedal Is touched, TnEo. G. Eooraa.T. M., w. H.WARBUKTOIT,E.P.A., M. H.CLYDE,A 'J

the smoothness of motion as they glide along, the 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
,I perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Agents( ,
B ?
I strains, and then discover why we ask them to Bowline Green.New York 1.80. Delaware Ay..rblla*

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' No No Binding Swaying of Frames.Bearings. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMF1

2*t Art Catalogue 4cts. In Stamps.

fir KEATING WHEEL CO., Middletown, Ct.F. (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.)


k. II4 % Ar W. BEERS, Agent Bt: Augustine Fla. Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchant]



., A CUANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRtfj

line in the State. We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organ 1
BICYCLES.Best music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are cloll
the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low make room fay
prices to
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with a' big B. BlaakweU's Genuine Ball line of the
Bear .... celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and KlnRsbnry 1'
le IB slams by lUeld You will Sad on* ,
A eoapoa Inside __ two' ounce .beg,and two' con alkforthenf8P ", which are worth from *100 to $200 more *
J poos Inside aok AJar OOBM
beget LUTIIT $150.00. Conover,style K. wal.........................9380 Haines Bjros., ',mah...............
:: K .b...... .................... Schubert. style* 1..................... '
Blackwell'sGenuine :: feb .................. .....290 Malcolm _I..............
FOWLER, $100, 7500. w w J ........... ....... .. aoo Steinway Love ............. :: :
M',. .............. eb. ....
........ Everett, ............. '
K..... .... .. .... ebb .....
..... ...
I ti DurhamSmoking CLEVELAND, $100, $85.00. M,: ammon. s' .to r l.was,. .::., ... ....... 8$1111 Klngsbnry" style" A.b.B :......-. .."... '
:: .. 1'Twu0a1. ......... ..".... 3110 Knabe Grand ................ '
WESTFIELD $75.00, $80.00. .. ,... ........... 275 StuyvesantKTewsby ............... .
7..b.. .. ........ ebwal .:.
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Tobacco Haines Bra., ...0..,................... aoo ............. .
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.. ..,,an; ,r .r :: :: :: I,.b..:.................... n6 Ju. M.8tar Kvans, eb eb....,.......' .._. ,
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: Bayaba.orUiUeelebr UdU>oax> s.drued .._ ......19o Mottle, .
k, g1 whir|lv"s alia tor TaJnabl*prsMauaad.bow to gel them. B.SF.. MANIER, Jr., put Some In of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-poli''*'dl:
I thorough JIfunded.
;) order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory m lo
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Jacs onvi lie Fla. cash We furnish a stool, scarf, >"t">ction book and delivered f. o-l tsonville .
; or installment Sheet
music at half price. Write n,.
I I I D?- With Prayer A Bradley Music Co. FREYER ft BRADLEY MUSIC COMP.L"f1"r.>

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LYTOHA HOUSE : o......saris. I -.a.-.a.an FLOn.ID.A.:
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(FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.) .. .
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A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor!!, Fischer's Cottage. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM

|This house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now
ler than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourists and .
[traveling public generally. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my uld friends Pa.121: Stroot: :, Tl.1-u.'V'I.11e.; : : 37M.C C. B. KNOTT, GenM! Superintendent.
Vie, East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON Daytona, Fla. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinking -
water.
Rates: $:).00 per day; special rates by the week or month. ST. AUGUSTINE,
CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. Alcazar
New hotel, new furniture, im .
HE PALMS provements. Fronting; on beautifulm LakeWoith. JOS. P. OUKAVES, Manager.,,, .
Now for the winter of 'DO
open Open November first toMay Hint.
and '\07. $2.00 to 3.00: per day. Special The Hotel .Placid.e Opened eJanuaiy<"

[rates by the week. Address "TUB PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. 1894 Casino, I

JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent ,r

In the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing; line between east and west Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish BntliB.. <.,.
CEAN BEACH .IOUSE.r one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly famished throughout.
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms *:J.fiO per day and Ponce de Leon. I.,
upwards. Special rates by tho week. N. L. WARD, Propiletor.WHITE'S 'j
ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. OILLIS &! MURRAY, Manners./ .
.. .... ... .. .. ... Open January to April. ,
f Opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard;. Surf bathing. Rates -- -------- ------ -- ----- ---- -- ---- --- -- -
brdiog to location of rooms House open all the year. Cordova
Address MRS. II. C. BERRY Sea Breeze, Fla. COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla. .
Rooms only. Open during February and March.
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Pleasantly! \located near the largo hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table. ORMOND.

Pure filtered rain water Terms, .I. O per day; $7 to $10 per week. The Ormond, .
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w 1 uatniuutauullllUl ................... ............. ........ ....................... ..... J. .T. WHITE, Proprietor. ANDERSON .PRICE\: Managers.
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Open December to Apill. .
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Under New Management.... 1'\1.)1 BEACH .,
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.. ........... ... .... .... ........ ....... ......... ... O'I'EL' ::SEJr.r..ET'E.:: : : ., Royal Poinciana, .
Melbourne, Floridn.
4Hotel (Overlooking the Famous Indian. River) FRED STERRY Manager. ..r
Open January to April. ,I
TOne '. d

Palm Beach Inn "
Indian River

N. FRED STERRY, Munngor.
Open December to May,


ickledge Fla. Opened January 15 1897 Palm Beach Casino, ,.

E. A. WATSON, Superintendent| ,
Salt Water Swimming Pool SurBathing.: \ .j;
f RATES $3.00 AND UPWARDS PER DAY. 't Fishing from Ocean Pier. ".:., ,'. ti

WEBB & ALDEN Piopiletois. MIAMI, '

Royal Palm ,

II. W. MERRILL, Manager.On \[, / .
he Plaza Hotel. Utscayno Day. Open January 1, 1807.

: New York Office 26 Broadway.
minute from Hallway Do)>ot I near noHtoffloe, churches and school. Klr olass laundry In
connection with hotel. lUtiw i JJW to Msociul rate tiy the week or month. Send to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.
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\v it* C'AMPHELL i roprinior*

ockled e. IT'loi'icLa Mrs. K, M. CAMl'UKI.L, Manage= 0" ... __ _. .. ... .. .. .._____
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..ON" ZN"DZ.A.N": RIVL7R.: GRAND VIEW HOTEL .
SEMINOLE HOTEL;* .

Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. .
Sailing\ rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving.S. *.-"" > r.TitVi.tMvlllo Flol-hln.

H. PECK, Proprietor. Open All the Year. The above hotel Is now open and In full running/ order, and the table la. supplied -
with all the market alTords-such as game; fish, oysters etc.
Mich. hotel Wort: Pa.121: :Boaoh: F1or1.d.a. A carriage"" meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-clang laundry .
Also Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, summer attached to the hotel.
h i a capacity for 300 guests. has convenience. Close to J. G. BAST .
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and every Proprietor.J.

the Railway Depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. '' ... .-. -...-.... .- .. _. --.-....... .. --- .-- .. .--- ..
O"VV OPmN".... Boats attached to the hotel, with fishing tackle on board, for the use of I
A. IIAPPERSETTE.

ew Rockledge Hotel. guests.month.RATES : From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special .rates by the week or Jt'f'CJ:: :.4 RIVER: eO'IEJ: : : :: .,

M. J. ROYCE, Manager.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.

::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: TITUSVILLE.
,w,. Indian JUvor.
::E="lor1d.a. ... .. ..... ........ ....... .Hotel Algonquin: .
Joc33zled.gr, : ...... .....,.. .,........w........ .. .. Fla.

H. E. BEMIS, M'gr.. Mohonk Lake, N. Y. ...', -
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FORMERLY LYNN'S HOTEL. J. A. HAPPERSETTE
A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help.
nIle grove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsurssed. t r DIANAGEN.s !: .
Prices moderate. GONQUt P r, r -
Send for illustrated circulars. II. P. SHARES, J F A .. + t Open All The Year

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. 111 11111111111t r -

Only a few minutes'
a;+ ,t. ', a? .p walk from Railway stations
iOTEL MELBOURNE, Plaza Hotel 1- .p..i IdgM j rt 11a1I W1 !M !up uw h II I nuninv moFm l i Ing", and Steamboat landII11" -

W' r On the bank of the
..,. fur-funwd Indian River.
BOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. ST. AUGUSTINE: FLA.
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)pen all the year round. Good FUh-
Most centrally located. Fronting; the STANTON HOUSE.
Hunting and Yachting. Rates, Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic .
Ocean. Splendid view from Its long. and _
BO and upwards. broad verandas. '
and D. J. JONES, Proprietor.
Proprietress, MRS. C. J. HECTOB Rates: 2.00 per day upward. i
Special rates by the week. ---- ;
table board at reasonablerates. \
First-class
f Rates 2.00 per day, Special Terms top
The Indian Sign Language. MBS. A. S. PELL.
describing an object the Indian New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electilo Bells. in every room. Families.
the wonderful faculty of picking Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine 1
[its most distinguishing characteris- THE COLONNADES Ocean View. All white help. Rates $2.00; per day and upward. Special: Weekly -
t once. I have repeatedly seen Inns Rates.. Sample Room M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor Two Minutes Walk from Central
come into a military post to seers :ST.: AUGUSTINE, FLA. Depot.QUA'l"rANOOGA,
Without knowing the portico- (On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.)
J officer' name and without beingto : TENN.Travelers' .

pronounce it intelligibly if it SEA BREEZE, FLORIDA.This 'Lorillard: Villa.: ,) --_ ...---- .. . .. ..-
known, I have never seen an in-
) where, by a few signs, the Indis -
hotel is situated is Street
delightfully ; St. George ,
not been at once directed to the Hotel.
i whom he wished to see. A stout heated by steam; has Electric Lights, "0 .. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
will be described beyond the pos- Sulphur and Sea Baths, etc. It Is the
' ity of any doubt when the Indian a Is located In tho' center of the Bay Street Jacksonville, Fla.
f,circles his extended hand over the most pleasant all-the-year-round hotel between the
city, midway post-
of his stomach. If the officer on the East Coast. ( office"and City Gates. Its. surroundings This Hotel is now under new management
glasses, the Indian will look be ,
ugh the two circles made by his Rates:-12.50 and *3.flO per day. It v- ; the are grounds exceedingly being picturesque un- and has been renovated
week. ; thoroughly throughout.
aba and first fingers. U the officer $12.50: to 15.00 per K ,
A hotel In
surpassed by any private
aId, the Indian will raise his own ,
1 treason in one hand and draw the C. C. POST, Proprietor. 14.r the clty.'Term.t2.00. DUll meets all Trains, and Electric Car puss door. Hath room and all
1 Convenience. on every floor.
nger of his other hand across the
of his bead as though he were going 1 per day. Oixi: .A11 'the 'Year.-

agh the pleasant operation of lifts PINE FOREST INN, I alt' a Special Rates by the week. Rotes American I'lan, *:J to f J.CO: ; European: boo to 41 I. Special by the week.
i1 scalp. An officer who varied the J
Surnmervllle, S. C. Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress.HOTEZ .
otonyof frontier life by very steady -- / Electric Veils, Hot and Cold
I hard drinking I once saw an Indi- NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.A .... ; Oaths. .. ._-___- ..._ ".-... .. .. -. .. ..
[describe by pointing to the head and tlr t-clas8 Winter Resort in every
i waving his hand In small circles, respect. Electric Lights, Elevators, and Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. : : : COOL:: :
e i was no mistaking that sign-the all other modern Improvements for comfort -
Jan wanted the officer whose brain convenience and pleasure. A fine MIAMI, FLORIDA. -
i in a whirl. And although. utterly Bicycle Track lion been added to the
old of a sense of'humor an Indian is many other attractions. The climate of Perfectly new hotel with all modem improvement. Located on park, one
rays laaghinglygood natured in thus Summervllle In unsurpsused. Situatedon The Holly Inn : >- block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Ulscayne.Bay. Rate a
ting out cue's the South Carolina" Georgia R'y., : f:1 per day and upward.. Special rates. by week or month.
any distinguishing
twenty-two miles from Charleston, S. C.
nteristio or eccentricity.
For circulars or any information wanted
he expression of words"by mean of address W. 31. AIGHT, Manager; aytoirn: FJ.or1d.a.:
i sign language may be divided into I Summervllle, S. C., or The New Hotel Elliot
i following classes: Imitating actions P. W. WAOE. ER & CO., Proprietors, :
attributes pointing to objects, repenting Charleston, S. C.WANTED Situated on'the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which Is unsurpassedfor .
hopes, sizes, use or habits, ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. .
ilating emotions, employing meta- FAITHFUL MEN OR Boating and Fishing. Cor, Bay and Bridge S....., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
5 i consistent with Indian conception to travel for responsible Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriages meet all train .; Nearest hotel by five block to union depot. Rates-Rooms 60, 73c. $1, $l.iO
I making empirical sign If the de- established house in Florida. Salary and f J per day; with board. M, 92.60: $.1 and $'.60 per day. Special rate by
ment of signs of this last.class *7 0 and expenses Position permanent. Rates:From $2.SO per day. week or month and for large parties./ Overlooking St. John River. Newly! tad
kid be traced back. I am lUre they Reference. Enclose self-addressed Special by week or month. elegantly furnished; all modern Improvement"' ; two block of union,.depot, Clyde
lid resolve themselves into some one stamped envelope. The National, Star 8. S. Wharf potofflce.. .. . .. ,- ?. .
e i other cljuaes.-ChlllltaDquAD.i' Insurance I31dg., Chicago. o. HOWI78:: Propr. i'',".t. :* ,iJ.i.E.. T.BOWDEYrroprletofuJ.MuIIer.,..( :
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I I 8 INDIA RIVER'ADVOCATE. FEBRUARY 12, 1897.

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1 Miss Lily Page, whose fondness for the quick passage.; The longest day's run high regard held for the young couple.
l I tlye sport suffers no abatement, one 22-lb was 60 miles, while the fastest time was The happy couple left for the north THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM
. channel bass; Chas. Winter, one basil, made between Matanzaa and Mosquito' the same day, and at termination of C CPaid CO
;lye: 25 pounds; while Mrs. Hamilton, of Inlets, when an average gait of seven their honeymoon, they will return to
, Pittsburg, catches from Lake .Poinuett miles an hour was logged; off. The only Jacksonville and take up their Abode at
'" 43 pounds of black bass and one pike night sailing was six hours In Pamllco the residence of Mrs.'A. Mitchell, on the Up' Capital $26OOO.OO.
, k>,. weighing 4-lbs. sound and six hours from North inlot to St. John's river.
Cape R maln. During the trip some
1,1' LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE
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\ The Late Wreck. very heavy weather was encountered, Birds and Animals Mounted. ,
I Iti especially off the North Carolina coast,
but the boat worked admirably and nota -
l'ti '. For Sale, The wreck of the schooner Biscayne, : particle of water was shipped R. C. Scrlmgeour, taxidermist. Birds W.e have for sale a large list of
which boat went ashore at Uuthel Crook, The Acme continued her cruise down and animals mounted In the best style. careful
I Common and fourteen miles below Sebastian, during Indian River on the morning of Feb. 0. Address, Washington; avenue, selected Indian River Properties. '
; fancy pineapple plants
the early part of last week la complete, (Corner of Main St.,) ,
J I other Forty citrus acres to select from. Lemon and we are Informed. Of the three men Titusville, Fla.! Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast IJ, W
drowned-two white and colored
trees.JAMKS one
Mitchell-Parrott.
HOLMKS, none of the bodies have been recoveredup Canal and Transportation Co.
Jensen, Fla. to this time. We understand that ,-' Arbor Day.
I"I'll f the residents of John Island headed the A wedding took place on Wednesdayat CANALe' L.AJ."Ii'TJ:1: :: '" :: S.
list of rescuers at the time of the wreckIng the residence of the parents of the
I I Land For Sale. of the Blscayne.JEST" bride, Mr. and Mrs J. R. Parrott, Jack- Quite a large number of our people Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Com
sonville, uniting the hearts of Miss gathered at the Titusville Public'school Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
i j I Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of Katherine Sutton Brlght.]>arrott nd Mr. on Friday afternoon last, at the Invi- and other Low Priced Lands.
%' land on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers. As an advertising medium, no David Ferguson Mitchell, holy bondsof tation of Prof. J. R. Anthony, to attend
''ICI the various exercises, tree dedication, Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
W. 8. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. paper on the East Coast can beat the wedlock,'by the Rev. V. W. Shields,
i I ADVOCATE. Give us a trial advt., rector of St. John's Episcopal Church of etc., by the pupils. Miss Ida R. Bates Titusville. Florida.
i'' and be convinced of the pink paper's that city. The marriage was a quiet one had trained a class In physical exercise,
and the children went through:! the various
For Charter. worth. only the relatives and; Immediate friendsof 1
the family of the contracting parties evolutions very creditably, as am -
also those who took part In renderingthe
The flue sloop Yankee Doodle can be being present.
II Eau Gallie. The bride l is the and beautiful singing and recitations. Professor For \
i chartered by tile da), week, or month;; accomplished Introduced the Rev. H. M. Wagons
Ylir anywhere between Ormond and Miami. daughter of Vice-President and Mrs.J. Anthony
Good accommodations for ladies. For R. Parrott, and l is beloved by all who Goodell, who made an appropriate and
C. L. Taylor lost bis fine little mule know her for her Interesting discourse for the occasion.
endearing quali
Kinds
farther particulars, write to many Goodell showed i Of All ,
last week. his remarks Mr.
During ,
t CAPT. GEO. Cook, ties. The groom Is well known in Jack- I
l Titusville, Fla. Edmund Dukes gave an exhibitionwith sonville, and has's host of friends, who tome fine specimens of the tree wood of Cali-and Buggies Carts and Harness also Gcncn
his at the unite in one combined congratulation on bark of the giant grizzly ,
-- Baptist
.. Cr-- graphopbone fornia the bark of which immensetree
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church, Tuesday evening. his extreme good fortune. lie Is a
; New 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. grandson of Mrs. Alexander Mitchell, of appeared to be about eighteen; In- EJXOYOLE 'ELEPA.XELX1VG,
The town registration books ches thick
are now Villa Alexandria and has spent most of
open at the office of the town clerk be- his winters in Florida.; Go or send your orders to ROUT. E. MIMS, Jr.,

I I tween the hours of 7 and 10 a. m. The presents were numerous' awl -Mr. Dan Miller, of Bay View, was Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusville, Fli

: B IoII Dr. Holmes was called here, Tuesday beautiful, aud fully >demonstrated the In town a day or so this week.
evening, to visit Mrs llodges. -
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II Messrs. Torabes and Smith are In

I i oi receipt number of one two pedigrees blue-blooded, from the dogs kennels with ::7'"., 'J:'. &:, ImoW.: :R'Y. PAXTON & HATCH ,
Ir.
r. of E. P. Boazman, of Grove, S. C. These
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p o the finest And the Indian River Str. "Silver
dogs (puppies) are ever, seen King. DEALERS IN-
In this vicinity.Stanley.Tones.

left here, Tuesday, to ta' TITUSVILLE TO ROCKLEDGE BT WATER. '"'Wa.

: ride horseback to Titusville; where he Dry Goods Notions Gents.
will take the position In his father's Commencing Monday, February 1, 1897, the following schedule will be effectIve -
office made vacant by the appointmentof 08 the J., T. &,K. W. R') ,and connection by Steamer appointed as shown ,
his brother to the Titusville post- below:
master htp. We shall all miss the genial Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats Cap;'
Stan very much, but hope to see him SOUTlIBOUND. NORTHBOUND. ,

I, here often. L" Jacksonville (J T & KW), 830 a m Lv Rockledge (Steamer).. . 700 a m Hardware: Crockery Corn Oats and Hay High Grade G
I II 4 Rev. H. M. Prince, our resident Baptist Palatlm. 1016 am Ar Titusville . 910 a m ,
I ih Stationary and Marine IX to 120 H. P. The ; preacher, spent Wednesday In Cocoa. DeLand.., 1140am LvTltusvllleJT&KW.100 am ceries Tackle Ammunition and General Merchandise
Bafmt. ,moat Reliable Economical and Durable Sanford. .., 2 00 P m Ar Enterprise 12 Q.t p m Fishing
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I rower for aunoIUM.. Auxiliary Power for John F. !smith, of Chicago, left Mon- Enterprise.. 2 60 pm" Sanford:. 12 55 P mAr
t jraohu power and. ."qul.himlneu..". boat,aDd where stationary day on a short trip to down-river points. Titusville 4 40 pm" DeLand. 812 pm :El.OOJ3i.L"Wi1X: >G-m" FL.A.
BENJ. W. JEROMF\, Her many friends, will regret to learn Lv Titusville (Steamer). . 600 pm" Palatka 4 60 P mAr
(Bole IhtpraMntatlr for Manufacturers In theState that Mrs. Smith will not visit Florida Rockledge . 780 pm" Jacksonville 640 P m
I of Florida ROCKLEDOE:, FLA. this; winter, circumstances preventing at
iy Catalogue led price on application. the; last moment. W. D. COFFIN, Gen'l Supt. G. D. ACKERLY, Gen'l Pass. Agent ''
P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.
The launch Granada brought a party ,
over to old ocean's beach last Sunday,
when several hours were spent very Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leos Wholesale and Retail
FOR ALE. pleasantlYlllcnlclng on the sands. THE BUCKINGHAM New Family Hotel. Extensive gl'oundll.
1 Large rooms. Rate reaaona.ble.
John Essenmeyer, of St. Jacob 111.
arrived here last Friday on an extendedvisit St. Augustine, Fla. GEO. c. DOWE. Carriage Wagon
to his cousin, Geo. W. Hay .
( 4 IF Ton Are Looting for a Bargain "
I Geo. F. Hanna, of Cadiz, Ohio, who
The Clear View Pineapple Plantation i with his wife and son are guests At Hotel Rest Location iia the City. Directly and Materi
1fit Granada, Is enjoying great sport with his HOTEL GRANADA facing main estrunce: to Ponce de Leon.
I il for sale, for less than one-half Its ac-
gun; and rod out In the Lake Washington Rates $2.50 and. upwards per day. .
tual value, as a whole or in lots to suit region. This Is Mr. llanna's second D. W. WACHENllUSEN, Prop
I purchasers.! Terms exceptionally reasI winter at Eau Gallie. St. Augustine, Fla. Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,rj

I, I onable. Come and see property if possible Hon. A. B. Turner of Grand Rapids.. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
If not, address kflch., who has been a pleasant visitor
HARRY. RICHARDS, to our town the post two months, visited ---
To Florida
Tourists.
.'..;", i I Eden, Florida. 'ocoa one day last week. In stepping
I from the train, on his return, he slipped The NewSelden
j and fell, meeting with a painful though
not serious Injury. Mr. Turner Is an DON'T Return to' New York by the same route which
: MRS. CAROLINE WASHBURN ROCKHVOODOlf ex-postmaster of his native town and an
\; j' brought you into Florida, when you can
i I :NEW YORK old newspaper editor. Return via Key WestOn Cypress Door Compan]

!F. Solo Soprano. & Choir Director John for a McAllister few days, looking Is sojourning after his amongus pine the Elegant Steamers of the "Mallory Line," or you may take a sea-trip into
I apple Interests on the peninsula. He Texas from the same point and then homo by rail. Just think it over and. then
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of the Memorial Church, St. Augustine reports egg-plants as doing very nicelyon write to CUAS. DAVIES, Agent, PALATIiA:: P'z..A.,
V li his place at Narrows. 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, for parMjpars. Opened October 1st, 1300, turned the steam.on to
i Receives vocal pupils\ for February and
Dlarch.i The beauties of after a day the like last of Sunday, One of the Largest and Best Door Sash Bill
coming so soon storm Friday 1897 Model Wheels Equipped
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I and Saturday, were duly appreciated, In Stock The St. Co.
: Augustine Cycle

I Wreck of the Dredge Blscayne. judging ties ;in launches from the and number sailboats.St. of outing. pai- Victor, $100. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States

Vy I Valentine will hold an entertainment Wolff, $100.Rambler Has the best line of wheels And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eLj
d on Saturday evening 'at the residence years In Cypress) the patrons of our tIle M
confidently
"" I From Jupiter, last Friday evening, $80. company may expect
t.. came the tidings that the large dredge of J. E. M. Hodgson, the proceeds ; and sundries in the state. All possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will cc*]
'. i I I Itisoayne, owned by the Florida East of' which will be devoted to the building Crescent$6030$ $75.. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, g|
fund of the church. All Kinds of J
Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co., Invited.Episcopal Admission are Patee, bicycle I repair work
1 of St. Augustine, had been wrecked some cordially Including
I ,,4 distance north of Jupiter Inlet that supper, 25 cents. Special, $35. neatly done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition'

't ;I J morning As far as the ADVOCATE can Rev. Edward Johnson, who has been best St.bicycle Augustine roads has lu: Fla.the F. W. BEERS, Prop. .Atlanta,Ga., 181)8.
learn, the wreck was due to the south appointed to waist Archdeacon B. :F.
east gale which prevailed\ at that time, Brown, officiated at Episcopal services
a and which caught tho dredge before the last Sunday. Ills address at the evening THE G. H. HAMMOND COMPACT
v tugboat Three Friends was able to get it service was listened to with rapt atten-
through the Inlot. tion. We cordially welcome the rectorto Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co
l The Three Filonds left Jacksonville his new field of labor and its arduous
p y lust Monday week bound for New River, duties, hoping he will not be altogether PORK AND BEEF
under contract to tow the Biscayno from discouraged In finding little interest In MANUFACTURERS OF PRODUCTS.
that place to Jup! ter Inlet; and as the ecclesiastical affairs among the people

1,; a inlet to cross Is not, the of Intention sufficient\ was depth to for allow the tug the living within the limits of his new charge. Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,I r "

dredge to float In, when It would be -- Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, FIL ''g;
I! used for work there. The Three Friends From Providence It. I., to In- Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work.

C I} I. ;v in arrived tow, from but when the south some with little the distance dredge tlll\l1 Itlver, Fla. Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and ,Bellies.Write .

above the Inlet the D-lnch hawser
t parted, and the dredge, carried by the The cat-boat Acme, with Capt. Fred office. ; & 10r ::r1ao.
t t title and wind, drifted towards shore. G. Lougee and his cousin, Ituel P. Lou- Telephone (old liner) 433.
An effort was made to reach the dredge, gee, left Provldonce It. 1., Nov. 10, 'OU, Jacksonville Fla.
but the coast was near by and the tug arriving at Titusville. Fla., Feb. 4, '07.
-. I could not go Into the shallow water. The Fearing that the inland\ passage might Now is Your ChanceTo
tug then anchored, awaiting the abatement be closed by Ice, the first portion of the
I I of the strong southeast gale that journey-as farad Newport News. Va.-
\ ., was blowing. The gale set In about the was made upon tho deck of the flvemastod J
JOt', time of the arrival of the Three Friends schooner Gov. Ames. At Newport -
'1'' on Thursday night continued all night, News the Acme was put into commission Start a Lemon Grape Fruit or Orange GroIn ;:
t and reached about thirty miles an hour and after a few days' sight ,
'."-'f Friday morning. The life-saving crew seeing at Norfolk and Portsmouth the order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits In South.! ,
: went to the assistance of the men on the trip was continued through the Chesapeake d ,pease nrevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during the l
'*t dredge, and no loss of life was reported. and Albemarle canal, and Albe- 00 days, make a reduction of fifty ((50)) per cent In freight rates on Nursery SB
',,' I President Geo. F. Miles left immediately marle, Pamllco and Core sounds to over Its line to points south of Titusville.
; r for the scene of the wreck, returning Beaufort N. C. Outside runs followed
.", to St. Augustine Saturday evening, I to Charleston S. C. Front Charleston JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,,

I t. ]:, I I'j,''j at Kith which an ADVOCATE latter place: representative, In conversation on to taken, Jacksonville, with the exception the Inside of route short was distances THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. November. 17, 1890. ST. AUGUSTINE, FJ],;

r Sunday he said that the dredge lies on a -North Edlston river to St. Helena
j ';' rOck a little north of Jupiter Inlet. The sound, Callbogne sound to Savannah -
I company lose the hull, valued at about river, and Nassau sound to St. Johns
f ..... $4,000 but he expects that all the maofilnery river-made outside. From Mayport to .. --u.K Trade f9olioitoci.Rye : GEORG MARX. MA1X.mIArx -

l will be saved and put as soon as Mosquito Inlet the route was outside, amt Corn, per gal..... ........IJWnp Ironnnl tire' per nl............. a.e0 JOHN
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Tow Hollantl OlD. .. ..
possible In a new hull. with the exception of fifteen wiles .0. IJSOnp CalffornU Wine*. Catawba Port,
-1 it' on Cognac, Blackberry. reach and BROs:
The dredge Matanza will keep cutting the Matansas river. glom'*Braadlea.................... IJSOnp ItotUedlWcr.gharry Claret per and dos Angelica.i 7..T......... iwup 1.00 np
I ) through{ from Like Worth to Jupiter Stops were made wherever good shoot- Crown gal.... ........ 3.00 Imp.BlMirie, per gal......... ..00 Co s.oo Wholesale Dealers In-
which Uolden ae, rKai'........ 4.00 ,
I I'I qroek, will require just double thettine pe Imp.C.portol'ort peraal..oocoe.oo;
I Ing was found or acquaintances formed .. ...........
IJhawD' .
Rye per gal 6.00 Imported Gina, pwgalv; .....I..tOOtolUM : "
the Q-xocrle
; II owing to wrecking of the BIsoayne. as follows : Newport New., Va., 3* Fine Imported and Key West and :: :Fruit arsd:: hroduc
., cigars tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 100
: : ; days; Norfolk,Va., days;Marshallberg, and per 131 ... 133 Rams Bay -\net
upwards. Send money with all orders. All Jugs 15o. per gal. extra. and M and as N __atre.t.
1 day; Beaufort, N. C., 7 days New 'Tdaokfetonville "
I ; Will mall list dONE
I complete price on application. All orders will
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'f. river, N. C., 1ft dsys; Little river, N. C., when desired without extra be boxed I F10r
: charge. Send for list.
: o'bblaa at Itockledge. 3 Charleston price
days; S. C., T day; Savao-
: '. The :" nah, Ga., 3 days; Jacksonville, Fla., 3 J. H. MARTIN. 34 ,& SO W. Bay St., OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CI
I ,i'I'' following the record of one day.; St. Augustine, Fla.,4 days; Matansas
II 4ly' fishing Monday, by guests of the Inlet, Fla., 5 da,.. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.
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V; .1 1 New Rockledge: Mr. Prince, of Brook The actual smiling time from Providence Jobber of all kinds of Liquors Wines and Beers known to the tabl.. GROW1mS-Let Returns u. bow what you have ID the way of Fruit and 9
Ira, 12 trout, welching 32-lbs J F spirit prompt and eunt. We andfPeas.
I ; Page to Tltasvllle was 203 hour, and wine trade. Write supply the beat Seed Potatoes
I :" li trout, 44 pounds, and one 18-lb bass; although no effort was made to make a ue for our wholesale price list of grocerle.

,I I" I I MARX BROTHERS JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .


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