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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. :14. No.2. TITUSVILLE FLA. FRIDAY
FEB. 19, ::1897. Price. 5c.
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,OCAL NEWS, JOB PRINTING< at this office. Read This Column Carefully. ALL THE LATEST and moat popular Children's Shoea. HOTEL SOTKS.,

songs of the day; at Chaffee A &, -
of General
Topics Interest. the-Band Opera supper house. and dance to-night in HOT SODA at Chaffee & Co'&. If you need anything In the war ofchildren's WHERE: to atop-Sine list of' hotels,on
TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN shoes we have jest received our Oth and 7th pages.
Irs. A. Becker paid Titusvllle a visit -Mr. W. Russell Away to who will f fifty different stylos color
W. returned to Or any person plant It -any you can ,
ednesday. mond on Thursday HEADQUARTERS for Singer sewing ma- in Brevard tfoitnty. Call ak the ADVO- mention, and ot all the latent shades. We now have open .Tttusville two
Irs, J. R. Anthony and little son chines. W. R. Knox, agent Titusvllle. CATK office, Titusville, and get some. You will do well to examine these shoes hotels-the Indian Riterand irand
or Georgians yesterday. Capt. McIntyre, of Eau Gallle, is In before buying elsewhere View,
town. Mrs. McIntyre Is expected to-day. -Mr. E. D. Watt Miss Bert Jur.ars KLlNa Titusvllle.
Lindsoy We
/
tro certainly the
water carnival one of the com- ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, ,1r- getting
musements on Lake Worth. -Mrs. Waterbury, of New York, is *- 10 cents a yard at and Miss Edna C. Lindsey, of Keidavllle, tcTlcePresUlant on the East Const of .Florida
again a guest of the Poinclana for CllAFFEK A CO'S, N.Gran C. who have been stopping at the J. R. Parrot paid I\mllt will pay you to give the ADVOCATK
Carrie Norwood Is the remainder View hotel, Tltusville for week
Miss assistant the season. Titusvllle Fla. a Miami a visit on Monday an advt.
evening.Mr.
master at the Titusville postoffice. or so, left for1 ockledge yesterday.
-Mr. Cochrane, brother of Judge J. Loofa Larson, of the land department Manager Fred Sterry says the Royal
o not forget the regattas at Palmh S. Cochrane. of Dummltt Grove, arrived DRESS GOODS. Call or send for samples l -Captain Benj. W. Jerome of Rock- of tho r: E. C: Ky., St. Augustine, Polnclann doing> much better bust- ,.
and Cocoanut Grove on Monday here yesterday. He is from Brlilgport O. ledge, who has been ip St. Augustine
of our New and Stylish Dross about a week passed through hare Monday, en route ness at present than.It wits on a similar
'titling
a lO-horse-power
-An Goods. Largest and Most Fashionable to Miami. date last
awning has been erected over Globe Gasoline engine,In Mr Corbett's year.
Ir. and Mrs. J. L. Day, of Glencoe, the Palm Beach pier for the protectionand Stock on the East Coast. l launch, returned home on Wednesday.In -Mr. Henry M. Flaglor and a party of If you want a bargain, just read the
lave arrived at their winter residenceIcco. comfort of amateur fishermen.Mrs. J. W. EaVES, St. Augustine.Go .
of the friends left for Nassau, N. P., Tuesday, advt. of hotel, cottages, furniture, land
in
[ consequence clIfHcnly to spend a few days In that etc., for sale on our tth This Is
Henry T. Titus, who has been - -- - -- obtaining suitable on Indian River picturesque page. a
ever fall to read our Inside pages visiting relatives In Jacksonville for some prepared to "shake yer foot" at to repair the steamers ways St. Augustine and, town. good thing for energetlo.hotel man.

will always find something to in- weeks past, returned to town on Monday.Mr. the band supper tonight.Mr. St. Sebastian-formerly owned by the Arohdwacon B. F. Brown will hold A Chicagoan who. recently registeredat

t you. and Mrs. F. M. Ironmonger, of John C. Jones entered upon his Indian River Steamboat Co.-It Is. more divine service*at Eau Gallle on Sunday Hotel Indian River, Rooklodge, writes
Miss Maggie Ramsey, of Wyckoff, Jacksonville, passed through here Monday duties as postmaster of Titusvllle on than likely they will have to be taken to next, the 21st I in t., at 10:30( a. I.. and In very complimentary terms-of the way
., was a visitor to Rockledge on their way to Miami, for a short Monday.The. New Smyrna. I 7:30 p.m. in whloli that welt known hotel Is now

day. 'stay Merchants Bank of Jacksonville About 140 boxes of tangerine oranges -:Mr. P. J. Cahill, who has been In conducted by Msssrs. Webb: Alden.

Mr. E. O. Knowles, of Nassau, N. -On Monday, in the senate at Washington has closed Its doors. It Is said that have been shipped from Lotus tills charge, of the Jupiter Weather Bureau Both Messrs. Webb A Alden, proprietors
f was in town part of Monday and the nomination of Mr. L. M. all depositors will be paid In full in a season, and a few are still left on the station a couple of weeks or so, returnedto of Hotel Indian River; and Mr.
day. Murray, to be postmaster of Daytona, short while. trees. Grapefruit have all been shipped. Jacksonville last night. II. E. Bemis, manager of the New Rock-
was confirmed. A few beans and tomatoes are being ledge, Rookledgo,. Inform us that the
ailing and rowing on Indian River -There will be a band supper and shipped and many bananas have gone to -Engineer Raskins, a former residentof tourists are arriving at picturesque Rock-
been much Indulged In these beau- -Miss TIbbals of New York, who dance at the Opera house this (Friday) : neighboring points. Titusvllle WM In town yesterday. He ledge In large numbers.
moonlight nights. owns a pineapple plantation at Eden, night. Everybody Is cordially Invited to was In charge of the engine of the special
has been visiting various places along attend and have a good time. -Miss Louise Bolton, of Chicago, I leone which carried Senator Platt and party A correspondent writing from the
Judge J. S. Cochrane and Schoold of the popular ladies Ormond Hotel Ormond-on-tbe-Hallfax
the East now
Coast this young I
Officers A. L. HAtch and Dan Mil- week. i -The schedule of the steamer City of stopping at the Royal Poinclaoa. This -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins, who has boon Fla., says: One of the most sought-after
ere in town Tuesday.The -Mrs. E. P. Porcher and family, after : Monticello, running between Miami and U not Miss Bolton's first visit to Palm .' spending a week or so attending to law day's sport by the guests at the Hotel
a pleasant visit of a week with Mrs. Nassau, has changed the days of sailing business at Eau Gallle, Miami and West
| steamer Silver has been D. Beach. She was quite a favorite some Ormond la a trip to the Tomaha Cabin
King A. Blodgett, at Daytona returned to Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. Palm Beach, returned home on Wednes
fog quite a few between to time ago, while at Ormond. Miss Bol- either by land or taking a sail up the
passengers day.
svllle and Rockledge this week. their home at Cocoa on Saturday.Mrs. -The steamer Courtenay, of the F. E. ton has recently been on a trip to Nassau beautiful Halifax River.

C. D. Marsh of Newark N. J., C. Ry., steamed up to Titusvllle on Wednesday with her father. -Mrs. J. W. Miller Is now the nones- Mr. John. Anderson, of Hotel Ormond
(Mr. J. O. Walton has been spending arrived in St., Augustine. Sunday, to and was at once hauled on Nel.80n's -Cant. James Prltchard. president of sor of a new Columbia bicycle. Having Informs the ADVOCATE that his hotel I I.
ay or so, this week, in Eau Gallic, visit her Arthur and ways, to undergo a thorough over I ridden a wheel before, she knows the
he went to look after his sons Wilbur the Indian River State Bank who wont getting quite a good share of the tourst
property. Marsh. Mrs. Marsh is the hauling. pleasure to be derived from the exhilarating travel. Hotel .
staying at I to New York several weeks ago to receive Ormond always was a popular
Work on the City wharf commenced Alcazar.Mr.. -Owing to 111 health, Capt. E. E. medical\ treatment for cancer of exorcise of wheeling.Mr. stopping place. Mr. Anderson wait

[week, and our citizens will be gladIt and Mrs. R. R. McCormick of V ill says he Intends to dispose of the the nose, returned home Wednesday Hugh II. Richardson, general met at Rookledgo Tuesday and he said
again Is in a state of re- much to the pleasure of his andmany of the he was on bis. to Miami) short
proper Cocoanut Grove, who have been spending floating hotel Rockledge, which he recently family agent Georgia Southern Florida way on a
the summer in Canada, and latterlya removed from Miami to Cape friends. The operation the cap Itallwny, was a pluusant caller at this I visit to his friend Manager Henry W.
[Mr. W. II. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. few months in Philadelphia, are againat Florida. tain underwent was quite successful.The office yesterday.: He was on his way to Merrill, of the :Royal>alm.On .

as rented a house at City Beautiful, their home on Bay Biscayne, much to -Mr. W. G. Gilmore, who has been schooner Two Bachelors, In Cocoa his road.and Kockledgo the Interest of Tuesday. Manager S. II. Pock, of
re his mother and son are now resid- the pleasure of their many friends. spending several months In England, command of Capt. Brownrlgg, assisted Hotel Plaza,. Informed us that he had 140

-Mr. writes us from Maldon, Essex, that he by first officer II. Kent, expects to leave -The Right Rev. Bishop Whipple and /guests In the house that day; and every
F.
Mr. Geo. E. Male, of Jensen, who Oriental Flour Thoman Mills, proprietor of the would soon leave for his pineapple plantation here for Rockledge and other points as wife, of Minnesota, Minn., were met by table In th.. dining had guests when we
(been spending time In Jackson- Lansing, Mich., at Jensen. far south as Fort Pierce In a few days. an AnvocATK representative on Tues took a cursory: glance around. Mr.
some gave our office a pleasant call on Tuesday.He The above Peck said he had done such
the
party went to Haulover day. They are a jovial couple, and were never a good
returned home on .Friday evening was on his way to join Mr. E. F. -Miss Annie Paddlson, of Eau Gallle, yesterday, with Mr. and Mrs. II. II. en route from Palm Beach tu tit. August business at this time of year; In fact all
Cooley, who is down the river in his came up to town on Tuesday, on a visit Carter, of Brookline, Mass., who have ine and other points the Rooklodge hotels were doing a very
-Over 300 extra copies of the ADVO- naphtha launch.Mr. to her parents, Capt. and Mrs. R. P. gone off on a fishing and hunting trip. fair buslnoHH.'
IK were sent out from this office lastk. Paddison. Miss Annie is always a wel -A special J., T. A K W Ry. train
and Mrs. C.
This Is the that ad- McCarthy, wealthy come visitor to town. 'Captain Frombergor boa been waitIng came over from Tuvares yesterday to Messrs. tUHIa & Murray of the Ponce
thing helps residents of Portland, Me., and friendsof l patiently all the week for the boiler take Senator Platt and party-who have de Leon.. and Mr. Joseph 1'. Greaves, of
dsers along. Mrs. W. D. Mussenden who Is visiting -Attorney Jas. T. Sanders, of the law tubes, ordered for the E. C. I.. C. A T. boon down at West Palm Beach, and the Aloaaar: will celebrate George Wash
Col. C. C. Post, of City Beautiful, l her mother and sister in Titusvllle, firm of Sanders A Atkinson, Miami, Co.'s steamer Delia. This little steamer who came UII| to Tltiisvllln on the 1:2:: ington's birthday next Monday. They
t shortly have erected a business block are again stopping at Hotel Ormond, passed through Tltusville,* Tuesday, on Is looking neater and cleaner than we F. K. C. train-to tho Senator's winter will serve special dinner and have very
80 feet, with a dancing hall in the Ormond, having arrived there last Satur his way home from Savannah, where he ever saw her, which shows that Captain home nt El Darn Senator Platt Is called elaborate* programmes.. A pyrotechnic
pnd story. day. went to attend to some law business. Frombergor and Engineer Houston take the boss. politician of New York. display nt the Ponce de Loon will alien

-Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Beckwith and -Mrs. M. L. Coleman, Mrs. Roswell Mr.G. C. Banks, a prominent attorney pride in making their boat presentable -Mr. and Mrs. Robt. C. Hoaton be another pleasant feature of the occa:

I and Mrs. B. T. Goff, of St. August- Coleman and Miss Maggie Ramsey attended of New Rochelle N. Y.,accompanied to the public gaze. prominent residents of Boston, who, slon.

have been spending a couple of daysat a "sugar-boiling" and picnic at by his wife, are again spending the -Dr. Jno. M. Dixon returned home have" been spending several weeks at In answer to an enquirer, we may say
> Key West this week. LaGrange, Monday, and returned home winter at the Plaza hotel, Rockledge, yesterday, from a visit of a week with Canaveral clubhouse, gave the Anvo- the "pink tea" at tho Casino, St. Augustine -
with a glowing account of how they where they have a large circle of friends. his brother Adam who lives just northof OATH a pleasant call yesterday. They on Tuesday, had nothing what-
1\lr. Y. Porter of
Joseph and ,of Key the West State, made the syrup from the sugar cane, and -Capt. Harry Fozzard has been downat Cocoa, and he Informed UK that his were on their way to Hotel Royal to do with the "pink paper" of Titus
etary president
rd of Health has our thanks for the enjoyable time they had. Cocoanut Grove this week, making ar nephew Johnnie Dixon, Is. seriously ill. Poinciana, Pulin Beach. From there vllle. Owing to being at Rockledge on
lies of "Florida, Health Notes." -Mrs. J? T. Mitchell of Cocoa, has rangements for the purchase of another lIe was bitten some time ago on the they Intend going tu Miami, Key West, jovial wore unable to be presentat
been spending a few days In town this schooner to take the place of the ,back of the bead by a tick, which turned Tampa, and back to Tltusvlllo, to make this gathering. The "pink tea"
Judge J. D. Van Deman, of Dela- week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. wrecked Biscayne, on the run between Into boils, and eventually Into blood another stay at Canaveral Clubhoureero wa given by Messrs. Greaves, Lyons and
e, 0., passed through here Saturdayen W. 8. Norwood. Mrs. Mitchell was Jacksonville and Biscayne Bay. poisoning, from which the poor little returning north. Mrs\ Hoaton says Robinson, a quartette of young mon who
route to Rockledge to spend ther. formerly one of Tltusvllle's popular fellow-who is only six :years old-Is she l Is much pleased with the East Coast are very popular at Hotel Alcazar.

He was accompanied by his young ladies, and her many friends here and-Messrs.R. Freeman E. L.Hall Brady returned Wm. M.to Brown town now suffering.At and Its climate and we have no doubt Hotel Granada, Eau Gallle, Is gettinga

were glad to have her again in their Tuesday, from Miami, where they were a special meeting of tho Brevard we shall have the pleasure of seeing her fair share of the tourist travel this season
i In Tltusvlllo/
Mr. Stan Jones now occupies a posl- midst. called as witnesses in the case of the School Board, hell I on Tuesday, It wasdecided again. and Its management Is pronounced
I'i n his father's office vacated this week -Messrs. Geo. F. Langenbacher and Fort Dallas Land Co. vs. Losley A Rena- to purchase thirty copies of -I'rof. and Mrs. Chas II. Cory are excellent by recent "UOlltS.Ianajer!
his brother-Mr. John C. Jones-who Henry A. Eisner, of New York, spent a ker. The courts have practically sustained Nevln's short method of mathematical among the prominent entertainers at Geo. U. Gleason and wife make a very
> holds the position of postmaster of couple of hours in town this week, en the Fort Dallas Land Co., and It study, for use In various schools throughout Palm Beach, where they have given. several good host and hostess and those of our
jtavllle.Hn route to Palm Beach. Mr. Langen Is generally believed the case will be this county. The method questionIs enjoyable llttlo social parties.. On readers and friend. who pay the Granada
bacher was for many years,manager for dropped by the other side. said to be one of the finest ever gottenup Saturday last they gave another party a visit will not regret It. The house Is
the Senate at Washington, on the late Mr. L. P. TIbbals, who ownedseveral and its use for Brevard's schoolchildren but this time It was on their oozy house one of the staunchest erections Indian
lay last, the resolution for an inquiry pieces of property on Indian -We have received several letters will doubtless benefit them con boat, lying at Jupiter which they reached River, being built entirely! of coquina
jtlve to the Perrine Grant, on Bay from down-river residents, commending siderably. It Is endorsed by many by way of the Flakier, railway. Among rock, which at this place abounds. With
|ayne, was referred to the committee River.We the ADVOCATE for again bringing for school superintendents.The those entertained by l>rof. and Mrs. Cory a /good table a naphtha launch and every
ntingent expenses. acknowledge receipt of the Initial ward the matter of river and Hotel Granada Eau Gallle I Ie
lights, asking funeral at that time were: Mr. and Mrs. Crane, courtesy, ,
number of the Lake Worth ceremonies accorded the
Dally News
,' us to continue the Mr. and Mrs., quite ".home from home."
As M.
Miss Aline Harrington, of Palatka, edited by Mr. Bob. Dean. It is a bright agitation. remains of Capt. O. S. Porter, who died A. Ryerson, Mrs. E. M.
of --
most -----
he thanks of our yachtsmen and residents are Ashley Mrs Lynn and. Mrs., Hiitchln-
the ADVOCATE for
last
an and little sheet and the ADVOCATE suddenly at Daytona Friday mornIng -
Lion to attend her dance at the newsy wishes It every success., We hope interested, more or less, In again seeing anti an account of which appears on son, all\ of whom had a very pleasant lloware of the Tiger.
is Armory on the lights on Indian River, we think It time. Prof. and Mrs. Cory are just the --
Wednesday
evening held the
the Lake Worth people will appreciate our 3rd page, were at Daytona
of I would be better if all our river papers ones who know how to entertain their Our Eau Gallle correspondent writesus
egret
pressure business precluded church
Mr.: Dean's efforts by giving It some substantial the Episcopal on Monday at I ::'M p.
attending.r. support, for there is lots of workIn agitated matter. m., the Rev. Mr. Arnold officiating. guest, for we know* It from personal ex a* follows :
I
and Mrs. George F. Miles, who getting out a daily paper. -Miss C. S. Burnett, national lecturer I From the church to the depot, where the penance.f A ferocious tiger, having been driven
from his lair In the south has once
for the Women's
Christian Grand services read the
Army were
been Temperance ,
ou a visit to Eau Gallle
and -The Orlando papers are bidding for more made his den us so bewareof
returned to St. Union will be In Titusvllle tomorrowSaturday corpse was escorted by the members o Planting Bugar-Cane. among ,
r.. Mr. Miles Informed Augustine us that yesay. his- the public printing, especially for the ( ). She would like to meet the the Halifax River Yacht Club and hall this very dangerous beast and keep
advertisements. The Orlando
j had saved all the machinery in the tax offered to publish the tax Star list l ladies of the town at the Baptist church fax Rlfies. The remains were sent to Mr. E. M. Goodall, of Sanford, Me., the children Indoors.

ked dredge Biscayne, but he was a at 40 per cent of the fee county prescribed by Saturday evening, at 3 o'clock to talk ofwoman's Johnstown, N. Y., for Interment. some little time ago had ten acre of bis
work in general. She will also land-Just north of
i doubtful about saving the hull. law. The County Commissioners, who address the young people of Titusvllle Ernest M. Goodall owner and commander In sugarcane He Tituavlllplllntedout that It lias Bale of the .T.. T. & K. W. Ry.

LaGrange had an enjoyable dance are authorized to designate the paper in Sunday evening at 3 o'clock at the ; Dr. W. Ferguson, Chief OfficerFogg done so well that he says will plant out
1 Friday night, several which the list shall be published, have Methodist church. Sabbath evening she and crew of the double screwnaphtha another ten acres Mr. Goodall I Is aboutto Monday, March 1st, Is the date fixed
asvllle. Mrs. M. L. Coleman caper- been advised by their council that such will speak in the Presbyterian church. and sail launch Memo have have a sugar-mill erected and for the sale of the above railway. The
1 a party and she said they reached a cutting of the rate would be illegal. Miss Burnett Is a fine speaker. Do not been having qu te a pleasant time during be made from the cane ,this seasonThe syrupwill lowest price at which the road can be
range in one of the most unique con- This should be a warning to some of our' fall to hear her. Lectures free. I I the past two months-cruising, huntingand plantation I* under the superrlsslon sold under the ardor of the court Is
nces she had traveled In for some Brevard county printers, who are so fishing on the Indian, Banana 11 Ills- of Mr. Arthur T. of this tmo.ouo; < and many think that Mr. Plant
fond of cutting rates to make a dollar. borough and Halifax rivers. It was more place. Feaster will be the purchaser. It Is doubtful,

e.Mr. -The Springfield Republicantohand Wanted-Palmetto Roots. especially enjoyed by that jovial and> 1 though, whether the sale will take placeon
and Mrs. D. Ryan and Mr. and popular Britisher-Dr. Ferguson-for It the appointed day as like on the
L. F. Schenck of Brooklyn N. Y., at the ADVOCATE office-give* two is his first trip to the Sunny South. The) The TltunvlUe Lion Attack It a previous dates set for the sale some
column and view of fine
d through here, Friday last, on hotel-the space New Red a Lion a very We will pay.I.OO (cash) a ton for palmetto doctor now hall from Cambridge Maser, Keeper. excuse may be brought forward which
lr way to Merritt. Mr. and Mrs Stockbridge; roots delivered at the FloridaExtract
and be has met several of hi* northern will Doce".ltatslU1other postponement.
Mas which I* being built of -
by
one
in are old friend of Mr. P. J. Nevins / Works Tltusvllle Fla. For
acquaintances while South. Recently, Shine the colored Dame !Rumor however says in may
I their our valued ubscriben, Mr. Chas. II.[ specifications and lion trainer had a
nonieroo acquaintance particulars apply to
gladlycome while the Nemo wa at Rockledge Dr. narrow be purchased by the Southern Railway.
them back to Indian River. Plumb, who with his wife, have spent S. F. GRAY escape yesterday morning fro>
he ADVOCATE many winters at their Rockledge home.It A't. Ferguson met at Hotel Plaza some old being/ mauled to death by the 22-moatb
now follow them to Supt. friend*-Dr. Campbell (a former pupil I). old lion he I Is
U.
emtt. I* to be under tbe management of training for Mr. W. Where You Can Obtain them
Mr. Allen T. Treadway, a former popular Mr. Cyrus Carrier and wife mother and McFarland at this place. Shine went
At a regular meeting of Indian Riverodge manager of the New Rockledge hotel Orange Grove and Land For SaleI brother-whom he w** delighted to see Into the cage to pot the animal throughu "Advocate.'

No. 00, F. A A. M., held at the Rockledge assisted by Mr. James H.Pnnderson on Indian River. Bicycling at Daytona usual training when It sprang at -
ge-room In the Court-house Titus who wa* one of the firm of have 22 acre of tine hammock landfor ha been another feature of this trip. him, digging its claw Into hIs arm and In consequence of the numerous applications -
ile, It wa decided to move the lodgethe Treadway Pnnderson while at Rockledge. : sale 15 acre* set In orange trees In Captain Goodall-having finished blflu thigh. The lion did not succeed I In we are continually receiving iron
Indian River hotel where Mr. A. fall bearing before the freeze. Also pleasure cruise, I* about to have the getting Shine down In this attack andat various points along the East Coast, for .
. Feaster the 1 lessee, has given theme packing-house (two stories) at Clifton, Nemo hauled out on Nelson' way, made another desperate leap at him but extra copies of the ADVOCATE, we herewith -
free use of rooms for two yean, da tg Wanted-Florida Home three mile from Overdo Lake Jessup. TItavUle where she will remain In wit received with a hard blow from, a Inform our reader that the plata .
from next month. Will sell at a great sacrifice. charge of Captain Nelson until next season. stout stick, which with the firing off of paper 1* for sale at the following newsstands
With frontage on Indian River. Must W. W. THOMFSOJT, Smlthville Ga. This party will take many&ropbleaof pistol bred Lesley: who wa present, :
be desirably located with good buildings the chase home with them. Including frightened the lion offlclently to enable TTTCSVHXB, J B. ,. .... *" "
Bones Wanted. plenty of land, grove etc. Givevery alligator While on Indian River, the It* keeper to get out of the Af r Hn. Cm JJJ1E Hl. .
: foil description of everything and Out of Sight t officer and crew of the Nemo made having hi* wound dressed cage., which !tee K.Acrousm,. *, Fooo Abs ooHoul :wO.roso :

Save your bones and send them to the I price with and without personal. many friend, and It I* with regret that innately were not of a serious nature hotel Ormond,' ..
icksonville Fertilizer Co., South kAddress GEO. Z. B.A.ns. Those kent boxes of candy for the we learn they will leave for their respective Shine re-entered the cage, and finished, r.Lllea40., : Bor.) "011tCl1II0ll. ".
wville, Fla. Will pay cash for them. I B.eaap. N. Y, children at Chaflee A Co'*. northern home next Monday. giving the lion W* training. MIAMI", Boyd TIN lea rabtI.o r"

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: X-Rays ; place myself In fcyra female medical, stadcat understood Manufacturer of I Time Table In Effect Jan Both, ,

: keeping otis i very polite hotel runner, bow&early one woman Always levee totolc.tvnother

;l, and as we marchain. ..aUence down the woman t. pieces. ==::::
{ Yellow Pine Lumber South Bound. North Bound
. Of severest trial and tent prove tareebto .inviting -hostelry I caught ;,: .
No. :Nu No
l.'. In regard,to Uood's SanaparUla for tha time, II glllJtoPAe of what was 8TATIONS. No 23. 86. 8'1.2011 STATIONS.No. '18. vo.74 o. I. o.
36
;;, 1st Greatest Merit truly an ice'palace, top-indeed the Call pOlAR & THO AS..e, .KOVGH DKBSSBD, Jacksoovllle. .. 180& 0 S45p I.. .... Lv Miami. ... .. Dhli( am BDIa( -? T-
... ,
Orange Boa Header AI' St. Aliguatine. 8408102(111( 'I'lip .. .LyLemuo.lty. IIC9aoo ,, ,
i focnla mid-winter carnival was ;at Its Lv 840a103D a ........ .... .... Lv Ft Lauderilale. SMa m ..' ;
., H Secured by a peculiar Combination zenith. A and then Fruit" T.srot.bl. Orate.*. H..tlo Augustloe.. .. .1I11l1 a. . .. .... .... Lv Linton.... .... 646a m : gJh
j Proportion and Process sumptuous repast, Lunherdsllveredatanypart of Indian Riveron .L" E. Yalaika.. 9911a1128 a ::::.' .... .." Lv W Palm: Reach '7241a m 10'ooa : 11Utj
. unknown to others -which with other merry and light-hearted( companions Tinners and Plnmters. through bill or lading.. ; Anyone contemplating A.r J.allltka.... .... II Ma 11 4IS a ? .. .... Ar Roy Polnoi'ns 'I 30 a m Iowa( .
. naturally and actually produces the ImUuinK'On; the Kant Coast would do well to LY I.alatka.... .... 9N1a1OM( I' .... .... AI' Palm Web Ion 786a: m 10itn ,
of ; .
off .
to gala
\ partake for rires. The .Sawmill situated on the Ar8NnMateo.12CipIl40v'" .... .... Lv J'alm Web Inn 740am1020/,
Greatest Cures event. ,JIe1'. are graceful forms that Galvanized Iron J.write, T.''& K.p W. K}.,9 miles. south of Palatka. Lv Sm Mateo .. II let 81.1 P .:.....:.:.;.;. .... .." Ly Roy'l POlool'na '14.1 II m 10211 : :
2d, Gutteringand 'LY Ormond,.. .... 10 41a 12 411 I' . .. .... .... I.y W l'alm llea.ch 'I M a in 10 ins .
p i glide hither and thither on the smooth Putnam Fla. LvD.Ytona.loMa. 1(0)' . .. .... Lv Riviera....... 804am... 1121\\, .
Shown by thousands of honest, Satsuma High ts, co., Lvbrt Orange. ; I JO)1 ,..... .... ..? Lvw.Ju1fitter... 8311 am... <" .. lie)
voluntary .testimonials-which surface of-solid Ice, and In the exposition Tanks a Specialty.'JJf" I Lv New Smgrna... 1110a 13'.1. p .... .... ... LvLyHobeAllela.8un.d... 241' a in.. 0'. ,:: 12t1p
I i I .. .. .... .. ...... .,. 0/16/ I 13o p
naturally and actually produce3d hall In dazzling -grandeur, artistically LvoOak 11111. .... 201 P ...... a m.
Pineapple, Orange and Lemon LvTltnsvdlle.12OHp 2811 I' ........ ... .... ty8tuart... .. ... 910am ... : :" 2ep: PLvOlty
Createst Sales displayed, >are the various products : Work done on any part oMndianBiver. Pulnt. "".. 301 P . .... ... .... .. .. U27 am.. .? ''' .8lgp' '
k And.reHoU"ceB of .the state of Estimates given otIn work. Correspondence Land For. Sale, 'Cheap. Lv (',cwoa.. .... ..".. .. 8111 P ....". .... ....LvEden.;... .. u., 982a in ... .. : :rep,
0 l't' 'great soEcited.: Ly !" title 12MI;"' 1' 8 80 P ........ ..,....Lv Fort lerco.... IOOIi a m 1220p. 6S'Lvltau :" 'P
According to the statements of Gaulle. .. Elt Lucie..... tll ... P PLvJII..rnrt.
10
... .
} '' m fruit of the have for sale 80 acres of pineapple 127p 411 P .. am. .
V, druggists all over the country. POMAR & THOMAS, I .... .". 4 Up. ... ".......' Ly ebastlan.. .... 1101 am..... ",
M In these ,three paints Hood' clime, classically arranged: into comical, St. Fla. land on St. Lucie river a lieW miles below Lv LvMelhollrne. .... 1861'.411 I' .... :: ... ... LvRo..eland. ItP"a no .... ..

SanaparUla, u.peculiar to itself. waring peakq Is hero .> ninute fields of Atrgustine, Eden 40 of which being northeast LvIWHelaud. .,. ',"'" 41111 P ...,I. ..... ... Lv Melbourne. ..., n 'M a m..14MI'... :.. .
,
; of northeast quarter of section i.v8ebastian ..:... ".. ,603 I' .... ... '.... .. LvSxrno. .. ? UIII am ;
and alfalfa and quarter ... IvE..uHallle.. M a m tllr.p"
,gra1n rolling moadowaof Lv8tLucte. 6118
; > AtlEJC NEA ERNEST TAYLOR.NEAR 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; ... I' ; :: :: : "" "" Ly htls1n 811 : : '
LvFnrt I'lerce. BOtp 6 Oil P : 6n9 a Rockledge P m 2 3.1' : :.
L H Hood'sSarsapariila :pastures, bearing all their attributes; the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof LvEden' .. .... .... ". es6 p, .... .... 80Ba I.vCoona...... .. ., Jl49: I' m .. .... "
"
huge i clusters "f'. I from the far- : & TAYLOR southeast quarter of section 3, Lv.JenMen..... .... 640 P ........ 81/1/ a I.vCltyl'olnt .. 1llWlp: m .
.
.
grapes LV'iltuart...... .... Cl414 I' ........ 684 a l.vTltusvlllo... ... 1211 I' III 8211''
tamed :Napa vineyards, sparkling car. (Successors *John McAllister.) township 88, south of range 41 east. . .. ........ 701p ... 702a: LvOlLkHUJ .. .. 201pm.. .. ,
The above land can be bought for $10 I.vH..ho 80unI. .. ...... 121 I' .... .... '1112 a Lv New Smyrna... 2211 I' m 40ip i"i"LyAII..la. .
boys of wines,of every brand and age; 'IArtesian Well Contractors acre. It Is suitable for pineapple LvW. .Juplter.... .... ".". 734p" ........ 883 a Lv Port I' ... ..
I.' specimens of mammoth timber from the per lime .. ... ... 1102 P .... ... 6M1 a LvLvRiviera )) Ormond..BO40 I' 4201' ;
I orange, lemon or growing.Will ArW Palm Reach. 44111' 1'1101'' ........ ..0 26a Lv ( p 4401'
Is the beat It Is tho One True Blood Fi 'lllmr.
beautiful Yosemite, .Valley; great banks EAU GALLIC'FLA.ANTEDFAITIIFUL' be sold in lots of 40 acres for Arltoy'l Pnlncl'na 820 p .... .... ArSan Mateo ,,.. 705 p in.. 7Wiip, I I.
areSbeonly pills to tuike cosh. Tills land will soonibe worth $50 Ar Palm Bo'h Inn II trap 8 211 P ?.. Lv San Mateo ..,. S 20p 82111' -
,
: : i Hood's ,PllIS. wtldtiUmd', lareaplaalai ] of.many kinds of ore and dazzling gemsof Lv Plm 11'011 Inn. II Oil"" 8:10: I' ... Ar I'alntka........ II 011 I' Eli"p ,
.most brilliant hue-truly marvelous MEN OR per acre. Lv Rny'I I'olnct'na ISlop 881S I' .:... : ; Lvl'alatka..... ... .16 p S lop
Apply to i C. H. Walton ADVOCATE LvWest Dfa.cb. 62Op S4M1p. ..:.:.1105a LvEast. I'alatka... 4 4t I' 5l8i:), : '
and great; yet,.tbe description would be women to travel Per responsible office; or to Robbins & Graham Tltusrllle Lvtnton: ..... .. ... 021p ........t2Wp Hastings .. .lIl1pm...
i established house in Florida. Salary .tf LvFtLa.ulerelale, ...... .011 I' ........ 243 I' AI' St. A.ujustlne. 1128 pm 8MI' XO,t!
Free asldL lacking; were.I to omit mention of the (780 end Position, LvLemonClty! ....... ..1057 I' .. ..... .... .425 P Lv St. AUluatioe. 6311 pin..... .. .o .oa1110t!
expense perman-
rosy.choeked and bright-eyed beauties ent. i Reference. Enclose aelf-addrefuted Ar'la.,1 .. .... 1 2(1)1 It 011 I' .... ..... I' Ar.Jacksonvllle. ., 8 46 I' In .. 1Bbt'al2neA.

Accepted who graced the several,.exhibits-happy stamped envelope. The Rational, SStar There 'is no virtue In
awMasomsIndian daughters of the golden.west, :! Insurance Bldg., Chicago. simply because we have to. and 8t. AOgitetine dally.

After and well these No a I- 8TATIONS. No 2 :!'io.4 8t.Train Augustine 2t 311 and 811. between Jacksonville aDd
inspecting long ; dally except Snndnyij ,
., ; i 4NaLv New 8myrna AI'' t Slip iii Train 209 between MIami and Fort ,
exhibite repaired to the Pierre,
: we
many -
'Tltusvfffie I spacious 81I1pn: $.. Lake Helen 121161'' 4 101' daily except Monday
f \ lecture hall. The master of ceremonies 32ep 11112<, Ly O'\tO City 12301' 34111' A other train south nt 8t. Augustine dill
Klver 11 Fin THE PAINT STORE. 83111' II IIIAI' O. City Jtlnc. Lv t23/1p/ 340p except Sunday !
Lodge, No. POi soon made his appearance and
t Buffet parlor ear on trains 311 and 18 between
! //i announced to the.eager throng present Jacksonville and Miami.J. .

I Holds lUnneetlR tlianeooiMl and fourth Fo1I- that the speaker of die evening would bea

day of each ninth, at tlie'Oourt houne,Tlbusvlile venerable survivor of the days of '40 D. ,RASINER. :
.' at7:30p.rn.A. ROOFING AND 'SHEATHING PAPERS A 8't O..n'l S. J. FORD, Ticket Agent
who In biB own eloquent way would Passenger Agent 226 W Tray. Street
3 ( T. Feaatec; Worshipful ]Meter .
., lea W SooUie, Senior Warden. carry UB back ,to the memory of that

I R. F. Hall Junior .Warflcn. historic period of nearly one-half a century -
s1 F
li 13.. Mendel It. Wilson\ Secretary., :rron..urerJ. .. ago-the Hon. Samuel Donner, of % apere., The Tropical Trunk Lima

: San Francisco. Someone arose from a
M. S. Sums Senior' Deacon. '

J. A. Happeraotte' ; Jiuiltw Dencon. remote corner'o.f: the stage, and In slow, Ontwiclo Cold '"Water' ; I* ,iiit:. Jacksonville Tampa & West

A. A.fetewart:, T. Sanders. steward majestic tread came forward reverently Key Railway

13. A. .
I. E. BAIRD CO.
A. preacher, Tyler. applause which greeted him. There he & SOUTH _

stood for one moment erect silent, com No. No. 9 Nu. 21. No.23 Time Table In Effect Feb 1. ,07. NORTIl

manding; his Loary head bore witness to 52 West Bay & Laura Sts., '- -. JACKSONVILLE FiLA.+ ::::::::- Loral Ji( "s naLv.JACKSONVILLE.ArT330ain>\u.82.:! No' 78.Xo.\ 24

TUB MEAJiTOF ,IIIE SIEIt- ...... .. Mixed DRIp/ liMa .. .... : .....Oranlo Park .... .... 6 n2am 6Mlpm i Inrel
KAS. his three score year; firm JIps and clear- Paints, Oils Glass Varnishes and Room Mouldings. .., .. Mu W'y 94111' 902x: ....... .. ... ... .I'eorla.., ...... .. ... S40am 612pm: ,, Jlllxtd,
.... .... and Fill ... ... .. .. ..1IIalnulll\... .... . .. .. 004pinTaeehr
cut features" plainly marked by the furrows ... .. .... .. .
_._ ... .. .. .... 10t8p 92f.a.. ,..Green Cove .... ... ?
---- --- -- --- &Saty
.of time. Ills lips moved silver ........ ... ....... .. ... ,.., .oMtwlck.Springs.. ...... .. .. ..60Dam 43pm
I At quarter :past two o O'clock on the Real-Estate cwmi.a ........ to 'inn. 11301' 1010n ? .... ..... .Palatka... .... .... ... 500am '
afternoon of bright day In the tones flowed out, and all was silent : ?.a... 11 tKa J204a 10311... ,..,, ........ lIatsuma. ...,...,... ... t28am 'lIIIpm 305pm
.a sunny ..... 4211pm 2Wp.
attention. We were carded back Into 1145a :lll9a 104lla ........ ... .Pomona.. ...... tl4am 417)om
month 411 Tebruary,18D.0.I'was:" )(! standing .... .... t2 mop :1246a10nht.CrescentCttyJunction:! ... ..,. Itopm
the pages of the past ,beginning over : :: s. T 1\l.A..S .. ..... 1001' '12Ma ItIa.: .. ,... ....... ..Sevllle........ .... .... 358am 338am 403pm l2tlp.
8411pm IHillu
under the arch .of tho mammoth .... ....
great 2861' 186 a 1142a ? .... ...DeLeon .... ...
it Central Paolflo .depot .Sacramento fifty years previously at the western border '- ......,. 265p: 143 a It 4111' ,,...., .,.... (Henwood 8prlngs.......,... .... 248am 254am 2111pm lilt..
of the empire state. There a middle :Miami:: : :: :: : ::Dad.o Oo., Florid: .. ..... 4001' 2OOa 12011. .... ..... .Rereeford... ... ... .... 230am 2Mlim 808pm1D37aa:
........ 100llp.
California!, when the stentorian voice of aged man, his dutiful wife and three Dealer In choice lands on Biscayne Bay ; Residence properties and farm lands' ........ 430p..1y17pAr.... .114f1aLvr.; ... ., .....DeLand,........ { .,.... :235pm...'
the train elder >iron out In audible tones, at and Cocoanut .. ...... ... .... .... t211OI .. .. Ar. ... .... -SI2pm.", /
Miami Buena Vista Grove. Fine piece of 20 front Rnterprie .. ...... .
.
acres Bay .. .
merry bright-eyed boys. Agroat cry of .. .. .... ........ ........ 44opAr ,.........TITUSVU.LE. Lv .. .. 12 04 am !!
.... ..
.
vi "Alt aXiaand -for .Ogdeni' Salt Lake City, gold i gold J 1J (Zoldl .11 was hoard to Lots property at Cocoanut; Grove for $5,0(10( ; Fine residence at Cocoanut Grove, $;;,000. ...... ........ ...... .. ... ... .... "p8Ola.... ......... .. .. .......... 11008 am .. f'
t" f Denver, .Omaha .and all 1 points east-all at Coeoanut Grove from $100 upwards. Eight acres of land at Buena Vista .Sorrento.;. .............. .. .. .... ',,t.
eroinate from out the far west, and as it for $225.00. Business block In Miami lot with house : ..... :...... .
rental .. .
aboard and a few moments later our 100x150 bringing of .. ...... ... .... .. .. ... 4 asp ora. .. .. ...... .. .. ...... 4llam.;
Ar..Tavares.. .
rang across the barren plains and bioad $75 monthly, insurance paid for one for 'J,000.: .. ..Lv .. ,630alll ...
up year .
fine and! train .... ... 520 P S 00.a .124/11' Ar.... .Baoford. .. ...., 38am
elegantly-appointed of prairies and sounded long and loud in ........ ...... .. .... .....Altamonte fll'rlog8... .Lv. 219pan sauna
.... .. .....
..... .. .. .. .. ..
.
I 'i parlor cars, Pullman sleepers and four ..Winter
.
Yark ............
the mountains of the east, its ..echo rebounded .... .... ... ..... 420a 1SOp..... ..;.;..; .Orlando. .... 1255am... .
of Unc1e:6am's: :mati- loaded to their NOW IS THE TIME ...... ...... .. .... ..... ,. .... .. .... 1205pm ,.
the Klestmmee.
t advancement a, .
{ Tory roofs with .all-arts of pouches, wanfe as roaring ofa "." "." ........ ........ Ar...... ...... ". artow ... ...... .
tidal wave; the nerves of every sturdyson ........ .... 6505 I /840p ..... .. ......LakeJand ...... ...... 1043am..'
e ...... .. ......., 930pm
;
gliding swiftly.onwiwtl through the very t 1140 a 4 lap .;.,.... .... .. rartow....
..., of toll were freely unstrung; their To Place Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON & GRAPE-Fruit .... .... ... .. ,. 630 all SOpAr..... .....Puntaforda.Lv 720pm 1015am .
fertile scope of country that lay in very souls were on fire under the mad Trees ".. .... ... .. .. .8lOa: ...... .. ..... ..... ...... 415pmtl10Opn 02.'lam.' ..
... ........ 1MI'm
... "
...
wake Two 845a SOOp.( .. ...
our raonstei togul Tampa .
; engines hay Hotel ..... .. .
Impulse of the moment, that sturdy New ..... .... .... 0201 15 311p AI'., ...,.... .. .......,.. '739pm .OJ4am ."..
of the Queen pattern gallantly drew The Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions freight for )0) days. ..... .,. Ion and Thurs 10 001' I.v. ...,....I'ortTompa....., 845am.
,.
t:',; I their procJoua burden of life wealth and York farmer among: the rest. A gallant Take advantage of this generosity by placing your orders with Geo. H. Wright ........... ruse tFrnay. ()(' ..".... ... ..? ..... ., .....AI'. :D30pm I 80 I' m Thurs.Wed.andl'ot.aod Sno.
.
.
Wed and Rat. 6 00" Ar. ., .... ..
I colony of heroic men and women responded Orlando Fla., where you can get .H..van. .. .. ... ..Lv' 1230 pin 'Ved. and lI..t..
;N' I i messages of joy and sadness, dove: and

y. despair past great 'ranches of citrous to the call. The story has oft Strictly First-class Stock True to Nameand Dally. t Dally except Sunday.
been told but never do I expect ,to hear Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Cars.
and deciduous Sleeping
fruttH wheat, alfalfa aid
,
r it In all Its vivid exactness as I did that at Low I'rlce8.r Trains 23 and, 7S Solid VeHtlhuleil Trains with Parlor Can between Jacksonville and Tampa
pastures green and verdant, lined here Trains 23 and 78 connect acTltusvllle with
: and there with night, within thirty miles of the very : Write for prices or call on mediate points.on the Indian River. steamer "Silver King" for Kockledge anti I'11"1'
numerous Irrigating Train 23,
; I spot that marks the scene of the extlrmlnatlon leaving Jacksonville dally at 8:30: a m., arrives at Hawthorne at 11:37: Gaincnvlll
12:2: ( Ocala 1'4/11'/ .' Lee bur :
trenches and all this ; back ground with GEO. II. WRIGIIT, Orlando, Fla. arrives : p. n+ Train leaving Jacksonville at 8:3(10: ( .n.
at Oakland
I of all save of thab 4:08:: a.m., LRciwilioe 6:40: ,
one m.
h long p. Tarpon Springs 8:65 Clearwater 9x
: p. m : p.
gradually-rising table lands, fal1'ly.allve m., St. Petersburg; 10:3O: a, m., dally except Sunday.
'+ ago happy family, whose sole survivor W. fl. COFFIN
with of
II' thousand bleating '
frolicking O. n.
e I nheep. It was an ideal pot-a truly Inspiring was the once frozen-limbed wan, sad- General Superintendent General ACKETILY Pansenger( Agent

,rt. ''I t picture of l'oa1Lty-that reminded the faced venerable boy of fourteen white-haired summers hero-now who, BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK -- -

t, one of a perpetual whore the
summer
1 held that multitude of people spellbound The florida QentraJT
Icy claws of winter dare not Interfere. peninsular Railroad{
#' J for over two hours as he related the'
But we are moovlng rapidly Wlward-
hardship) starvation and long sufferings ,
different scenes are presented to our East Coast Brick Co. Short Line between Florida ,
that terminated so disastrously to and all NortT'< rn Points.
,
\'lew-1\8 now we skirt the vugged edge Everett
< Augusta
i: those sturdy pioneers. rpTilladel Ga., Columbia, WashIngton Bat-
of a mighty mountain and then tlmo
now New
York
I slept that night; and dreamed of fertile Boston and the"East.
t winding serpentinely round 'n gorgeous Jacksonville, Florida.Are Everett, Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga Nashville Loubvllle Cincinnati
I ; precipice-.on one tide the .lofty. peaks, valleys, gurgling rivers, towering and Chlcajto. ,

I ; high above us on the other sides l and far and mountains of a little dark boy, passing dismal snow'through' sheds the, MANUFACTURING GOOD, HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES Louis Everett Chicago, Birmingham Sioux City. holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock* Kan8M City St

down below a winding river whose.op- For reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.J. River Junction Pensacola
Mobile New
life
seven of to manhood's OrleanB
ages ripest Texas exlco California
poslte banks dotted with cedars S. and the PacUlo Coast. ,
Jr Effective
many estate; and then I awoke to hear the SMITH Oeu'l Manager Jan. 18, 1801.
a rises high heavenward. When ,10:1! -the
: Jacksonville Fla. New York Ja..k8llu.Tille -
merry chimes of many sleigh bells. Express No 38, leave
train plunges Into utter darkness. The Lea,, 8:20( a.m. dally with Throuirti Piillmw
I- That morning I saw the rocking tower Anarrta a R' Sleepers for Savannah., Columbia, Wanhlnetun'
:numerous PHoynch lights are made to a monstrous of SAW AND PLANING HILLS, y' 0 '" a"ew, a. Baltimore Philadelphia, New York, ami! all i
stone sixteen tons JACKSONVILLE '
poised TAKD, Eastern
.an points. Connects for Fernandlaawn. J -
Illuminate all the coaches. The train FI... m.,
Jt'HlatlM.
on the flat surface of another stone, 30 IE Bay St., Foot of C.th.. lne.WILSON D Arrives Jacksonville 9:1:1: p. m. \
glides on-now rounding a then w.t J, f a. New
i M
curve York
and Florida Limited. No. 32vestibuled -$
feet
high and 24 feet in diameter.
.,ap I O back again, yet never swerving from,,its So CYPRESS COMPANY train with compartment ob erva-
/ delicate Is its bearing that a little child .1 r tlon, dining and sleeping cars; leaves St. AiifI' I .
.r i 'task, but on, on, on, as though pursued ca'n SAVANNAH f /, uRUne 9.lIOa.ID., Jacksonville 11.00 a m, elalli'l
'" ,, move It, yet giant force cannot wrest r t except Sunday. 81 returning arrives Jaokw. :
by somo relentless foe. And Manufacturers of a..i9j .
thus for It from Its high; pedestal-a truly scientific e f4 yule 3,30 p m, St. Augustine 4.40 p m, doily at '

t" forty miles we speed along through the problem for wiser heads than mine. V 1 .sine ; cept Monday.

'' immense snow sheds of the Central Pa- Chartering a conveyance I was driven # Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. a Jacksonville New York Pant Mail No. 3O, nurtner !Ieaw. -
,( # : m. daily fur ramie
k ciao railroad into the very heart of the out to Donner Lake and vividly re-called p Points. Carrier through Sleepers' .J&<' """-
I Sierras. tin old man's lecture of the night be g .e4 YUle to New York. No 35 arrive Jackwinvllltu.ooa. / ,

," fore. Remnants of a log cabin were A largo!; stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling, siding : m.Cincinnati.
,
I i A long/ shrill blast of the whistle from then standing In stages of Us. last decay lath and pickets always on hand thus mouldings shingles, p1'o wJ.. CKSONYILE and Florida Limited Leave Jerk;
assuring 95a.N.s. son vllle
prompt shipments. 6:65: m. Arrive Cincinnati MOneri
:. 1 the foremost engine announces the ap- and numerous little mounds were heapelin { mouldings: of all patterns a specialty. Cypress .. I:. .u. p. m. Time a p.little over 24 hour. Solid V.otl- n

+ pronch to the opening; but wonder of close proximity.A over e O bale Train runs via Everett: Macon. Atlanta: i
I monument-rising high above the When at home wl'lt81S for prices; when up our come and m.a Chattanooga. Connects for NaahvilleLoalrof
/,,4. way see us.II. qn ""r
wonders ) euch tlHTorcut
sad
? scene before lake-now marks the and chiseled r' vllle St Louis, Chicago Bud all northern
"" spot; + 'p western
: us-the ground far and near, is covered deep Into its surface are points. '
many names 1 |
j' S 10 V Ashevllle Route. Through Pullman Sire dug
in ono continuous blanket. whitest those names of human souls long since a.j e u. Car service for Cincinnati via Savannah Coliini-

," g snow. The sun has long since rested in freed from mortal! strife or care. _. 11i. r hut, Asheville, Hot Springs Knoxvllle, tlironi:" '
Peace to their ashes? God's the Celebrated MOuntaCountry of NOnh
will
i the broad bosom ot omnipotent HARRY.MASON & CO. Carolina. MIves --
\ the mighty Tactile, r N ; Leaves Jacksonville e.M p m.
." U b Cincinnati 7.IB a. m. Returning urini
t and in 1U stead the moon lends enchantment G. W. HAY ,, Jacksonville B:.00 a m.

.;, \' I to' the view; ns it silhouettes the EAU OALLIK:, FLA., .c Map of the a 'e, "!d Only Line Through the Bean Iful Hill I
+ forms of MASON Jobbers In Fine l81DA """ Country of Middle Florida. entcela.nd, : ;
I, spectral massive rocks andtowering February 17, 1807. CO. ImportedW j CENTRAL r y Ksoainbla Bar. Leave Jacksonville isle: ;'. band
.trees of ghostlike forms for Lake City, Live Oak Madison "ontlc l lIo.
I .. ... .. onuie Ray 8treet.J4CKBOSVILLE., PENINSULAR RR. av il.1' a Tallahassee, River Junction Pensacola Jl()l",''
sloping III11-SIlIe. the mlrrlads of Your Present Need 4 J New Orleans and the .outhwst, Mexico, t ll-I

i twinkling stars bear silent witness to the Liquors and Cigars, High sad Cennectiens, ur'rar No.lorola 1 arrives and the Jacksonville Pacific Coast.8:05 a.Carrie m. Bleape"-

phantomod ,objects. Is pure rich blood, ad a strong and eR4rr O8, 7LO81D1. Leaves Jacksonville 9:18 m. for Stark,Ha:;;
.
While quietly admiring all about me, healthy body because with the approachof Grade Whiskies Etc. .....'.-. .., -.... N. .. .m. thorns Key. W Silver. .. Spring.. LemhiinTj Ocala. oaane.vW"1N'U. '! ,

t and calling to mind the wonderful transformation spring and the beginning; of warmer Orlando, Lacoochee,-- Dade City, -Plant tiT'

j i I am suddenly aroused from weather your physical system will un Holly S rings. Route. St. Lonlfl. Kansas. Tampa.. A.rr1yeJack.on"l1Iet:14p.OI. .

.' t I my lethargy by noting the fact that the dergo which radical have cuangos.accumulated All the Impurities during- Wblskl.-lmpurtlld. : an,1 .. ". i Boiithwn Bell.. R.w&M .nd R'e.. ... .. .. .....'....m 'tM p..rfal hours.. two B K.n.)lm.lnJlbam......;City.. Thelroute Kan.I. via....:Macon City,.St alL-leave.Pullman Jacksonville Sleeper' without 8.BS p m cbanite, for Jtnco"rhrouiih l *

; train Is coming to a stop, and several colder weather must now be expelled or limns-Holland Hrandles-Irolneth..pple Old -torn, peach......blackberry.. ... and.. pelleb.. and honeyfrom 11M per !gal phi. 8prlnlt\eld. and Kansas City. No. 311 return Atlanta.arrive,"'"nlnKham. ; Holly Springs, for Mew
eta Jacksonville
.. ... .. ..... .. ..... ..Irom Stole ... "* for 9 00 a m.
.. Jffid'S1'
i Rum Brunswick -
passengers are gathering their wraps.I serious consequences will result. The .. ,.... ................ ..from.IJIOperlf&l per !Ital by the Cumberland Route steamer. and COPft -
one blood purifier prominently in the (' ... ) .Catawba'Muscitel.. ., Clar'et'eto., .,from.. ... .. .. .. ,...... ,..it toepergal 41)0 i ;:',-Local for Ev..tt.. ClOIIII connection' o"
rummage through my parcels for .., ". ..... limo > : M.-Looal l for Rrunewick. Shortest and nalckest r
I great coat and heavier outer garments my, Its publlo record eye of today cures,Is Hood's.U unequalled.Sarsapariila.Its Bottled Beer.. ......... ..... ". '.....'.". ..".."...','.'..'.'.'.'..................from.from*11:2.29 JO per per dos..*.... 9'10 Through; P. M.-For Tampa for Tall.huMe and intermediate i and Intermediate point' Pullman rolnta. AlT>.,... Jacksonville Arrfv.Jackeonville73tab*:t V-m' .
clasper
I rr; AH other Fine Brand at Sleepen for Cincinnati
equally Low Prices. via'
r dl select a "Perfecto" from my case; and, sales are the largest In the world. A Jugs and demljohn.wlll be packed In vile I.4 p. m.arrives Clnolnnati '.1lI a.Asheville m. leave. Jacksonville at 6.66 p.. m.. arrlvee .ub"
boxes
t: '\ 1 1 as the train comes to a standstill gather few bottles Of Hoods Sarsaparilla will coet. Money refunded for "empties" when returned., when so. requested Express without extra Steamer For 1\ aeon.lanatee"Atlanta from C..oTraina Tampa for Dally. r-"eJack.on"m. 8-20 a. m.and6:65p.m.

',' prepare you tar spring by purifying and not take liquor C. Send Company will PuUma" 81eepen llraldentown and Manatee River Ai-*..
; J ny hand-baggage and alight on the plat. enriching blood and O. D. money with order to save delay and trouble. on all NIKbS'haIJls. Parlor can between
your toning and In Send for Price tr Rend for Rent Jacksonville and Tampa.
List or call Indexed
,} i form at Truokeo upon. MASON '
4 CO. Township -
meditating upon th. vigorating your whole system. N. S.: PENNINQTON Hap of Florida to
., 301,807,300,811. W. ,
I Day8t.f Mason( Block
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) JACKSOSVILLK
:, FLA. Tramo Manager. A. O. :MACDONELL,

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 19. 1897. :3

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rofessional Cards. DEATH! OF PORTI31C. PRESIDENTIAL INAUGUR I
DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?

ATION.On .
a M. BOBBINS. WALTEtt 8.OU&...... A telegram to the ADVOCATE from E'xperience .

BINS A GRAHAM, Mrs. Porter, Daytona, just after we had account of the Inauguration ceremonies Citrus ,:bees at reduced prtroH. Are

gone; to press, last Friday, informed us at Washington, D. C., March 4, budded nt the ground on -4-yoiir-oUl has conclusively that
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, of the sad death of Capt. O. S. Porter 1807, tickets will be sold via the South Florida Rough Lemon stocks. y.OOO of proven
at the rate of fare for them: Are 'turdlff, others are Parson better and
Railway
ern one peaches
CE HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m. mayor of the above As far grapes
city. as we the round trip or $22.05: from Jackson Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, IlnnumuMHit,
and2to4p.m. can learn, deceased had just left the ville to Washington and return for civil- Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, :oOc.> THEPLANT and more of them,are produced

UBVILLK, Brevard Co., Florida. breakfast: table, when he was seized witha lane, and one cent per mile, or $Kf.05 per each, $2.2&: (! per KM). when Potash is liberally
|Dos, 108. capita for military companies In uniform lioone'ft &.11 ly & Mott's lllood C>0c. ap-
practice In all the court*. -state and fed hemorrhage and before the family mil brass bands accompanying them, each, $40 per 100. plied. To insure a full crop of
could summon Dr. Brush, his physician, Satsuma:! and Mandarin 40o. each.
led facilities for examining: and perfect- wenty-ltve; or more on one ticket. The : fertilizer
ad titles.CARYELWES. Capt. Porter was dead. He was born In Southern has arranged for the movement Lamb Orange, 50o. each. a choicest quality use a

i Frostburgh, Md., In 1835, of which state of a party contesting of the Florida Seedless Grape Fruit, BUc. each, *40 SYSTEM.Notice containing not less than IO%
' be delegation and will be glad to confer per 100.
was a prominent citizen.
with any others desirous of making the Also nil of the varieties of peaches I
NOTARY PUBLIC Referring to Ills life, the GazetteNewssays trip. The route, via the F. C. A P. and that are known to be best Bulled to this Actual Potash.I

that lIe has engaged in many enter- southern, is particularly attractive at South Florida section, Including the

STATE AT LARGE. prises that helped to build up Marylandand title season passing as It does throughthe new Free Stone Orange poach, that Orchards and
ypewrltlng, taxes paid for non- West most magnificent portion of the originated; in Orange county, and Is the vineyards treated -
dents, rents and accounts collected, Virginia; was a union man Carolinas and Virginia, the beautiful boat peach yetout for this section. to Travelers. with Potash are compara-
,etc. Correspondence solicited during the civil war, but one who had natural of
and other
scenery advantages JAMES MOTT I
KtusvtHe, Florida. hosts of friends on the other side before, hose states being proverbial. The tively free from insects and

during and since. He some years ago Southern has three dally trains between ORI.ANI NCB8EKY, Trop'r. If yomoontemplate a trip to any point I plant disease.
8. JONES Hoi Ida and Washington, with through Winter Haven, Fla.
flNOR settled Lake Worth and did much
on to North .... ..
Pullman sleeping cars Shut, West or to any Florida All aboM Pniuh-lh MMikaef t" by sclual *
drawing-room ,
interest the people in that section. Later (xnment on th. fceti (arms. In the United Si....- .
without change, Including the New York I point, for reliable Information, through told In a Ifcile book which w. piihh.h and will gladly
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. he sold the site of Palm Beach to Mr. and Florida Limited solid vestibuled We Send it Free mad ire*to aay.fitrnur/ ut Amsnca who will wrlu fur it.

fUSVILLE Flagler and moved to Daytona, with train composed exclusively of Pullman rates and moat convenient schedules, GERMAN KALI: WORKS, /
BREVARD ,
CO. FLA
Mawau St. Nsw Ywk.
_ I which city he has since been identified. equipment, consisting of observation, TOWeak- write to the undersigned, who will n

ounty Judge of Brevard County.D. I The death of Mr. Porter is not only an compartment cars-a perfect and drawing-room palace, replete BleepIng with- answer all letters promptly, and give

irreparable loss to his family, but a loss all the latest appliance of luxurious MenYoung you any necessary Information. NATIONAL .- .

L. DODSON to all of his host of friends and the city. travel.
Special arrangements for parties, will The- Routes offered via. the Plant HomeSeekersREAL
_ As a husband and father he was one of
i be made upon application, and every System the equipment and excellent
DENTIST. the; most devoted and loyal; as a friendhe possible attention given. I will be glad and Old.
EXCHANGE.
: was sympathetic, true and helpful. glad; to have parties wishing Information, Rejoice With us in the Discovery. service, are unsurpassed by any line ESTATE
Office over post office. Ills kindness be sleeping car reservations etc. addressme '
many acts of will remembered Through Sleepers::! are operated on all
at 212 W. Bay street, Jacksonville,
by a man and woman
aVILLE, FLORIDA. He many Fla.; telephone 743. When a man has suffered for years trains-of this System, Insuring Luxury, Exchanging Property for Property a
was ever ready to assist and It was
L. A. SHIPMAN, with .a weakness that blights his life and Comfort and every convenience. Specialty. Send Description of what
L. GAULDEN done In such a way that won the heartsof Fla. Pass. Agt. robs him of all that really makes life
have.nn what
Address want.
those he helped. As a citizen he was worth living, if he can avail himself of a you you

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the foremost man of the town, progressive complete cure, why not possess the R. r;. TODD, MALABAU, Indian River, FLORIDA.

fill practice In all the Court of the State energetic, far-seeing and liberal Notice.In course.moral courage to stop his downward I I Div Pass. Agt., C. C. CARROLL,

orlda, and the United State.Court. He was always on the lookout for anything We will send you by mall, ABSO- or C. n. HOWARD, City Pass. Agt. Real Estate Agent.

|O. Box,235. T1TU8VIIXK FLA.. that could be done to better the Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial LUTELY FREE, In plain package, the

Money to Loan. 18 town and its people. To him are due Circuit of Florida, In and for Brevard All-Powerful Dr. HOFFMAN'S::! VITAL Jacksonville, Fla.

County. RESTORATIVE TABLETS, with a The Largest and Most Com
many of the Improvements of our city.
-Iw CHANCERY
FREEMAN HALL, : legal guarantee to permanently cure
He has done more than any other citi- Frank E.Heath anti Ehrlck Lost Manhood, Self-Abuse, Sexual Weakness plete.: Establishment South.
a to and build the town. K. Rossiter.... Executor of Varicocele forever night
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW zen enlarge up stops ; ,
the estate of John Heath,
.fc INSURANCE' AGENT. The place that he has left vacant will be deceased, } Emissions and all unnatural drains. lie- GEO. S. HACKER & SON
VS. turns to former emaciated ROYAL-TANSY ,
appearances PILLSniHOOVEBY.
ritusville, Florida hard to 1)11.) His absence will be sadly Jesse T. Simmons. organs. .

all felt in the council of the people. The having been filed In this court .K'" NEVKKrAIL
Representing the best and strong- AFFIDAVIT No C. O. D. fraud nor roclpo decep- .... .
for the complainant that r a.w,r.llabi..nq safe rvUtff turnup.l
Insurance Companies. Is sympathies of the citizens and Ills host the defendant/ Jesse T. Simmons, In over tion. If we could not cure, we would a ::=: ere..ir.| BMlitjr or pMlnftilretlan.
[write lines to amount anywhere 21! of and redder. without the State of not send our medicine Free to and .Now HMKI fc*over Coo
any of friends everywhere are with the be- yearn age Idlr InvliroratM th*.. 0........ II*.
the East Coast. I Florida, and I* believed to reside In Boston, pay[ when satisfied. Write to-day, as -j wan eI 4a.|W*.. Imitation. Name
reaved wife and family. Georgia. ,and that there I* no one within thin pap.n M D.r boa, small boo II. Buns
tate service of a subpoena upon whom would this may not appear again. wale In plain wrapper. tHv", pr .In
BAY The deceased gentleman was well bind said defendant i /' .'.m", for nrUoular... !Gold! by Iw.ldw.r1.t.or.ddrn.
CAYNE W. E\V AN, DADK COUNTY.: known on Indian River, where he owned These are, therefore, to command yon, the Address: Western Medicine Company, :! nii- I'F.rriCUaaUCIATIUN.. CkluuJt 'MEUI III. _
said Jeaaa T. Simmons, to appear at the Clerk'
U. S. COMMISSIONER. property; and his many friends in Titus- olllce of this court on theJsWMBM Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mloh. Sold by J. B. Soroven, only.
FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A D 1807,_
Notary Publlo State at Large ville were always glad to welcome him wa
and answer stld bill In due course otherwisethe
ands Selected; Conveyances made. here.As same will be taken against you a* con- a .
rrespondence solicited. Address: a telegram from Mrs. Porter Jr., fessed.It ---
uNTFRUITTREES '
Is directed that this order be publishedwith Es 1
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Orove, to the ADVOCATE, asked us to try and a* little delay as may be. In the INDIANUIvKii 'iLd't:
Office, Ewan's Landing. ADVOCATE once a week for four consecutive : ION
find Mr. McF. Porter-deceased's son, weeks, that. copy at the CourtHouse j
door and a mailed. to the defendantat IROFIT Manufacturers of
who was on his to Indian River In a '
EORGE way within HIGHEST AND PLEASURE
W. ALLEN, Horton, Georgia, 20 clay from the date .
sailboat-we sent word up and down the hereof. '
Done and ordered at the / ;# qu Li won re Doors Sash Blinds
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW coast to stop him, and inform him of his Clerk's office atTltusvllle ,
father's sudden death. On Monday we ( Beat I Florida, thin lAth day ofq r" THE POMONA NURSERY
Circuit Court February,A I>1HUT. 1
y West, Florida. received the following from Mr. Porter: ) A. A. STEWART LOWEST mfCES" ..MACCIINNV FLORIDA. Moulding and Building Material.

nil practice in the United States "I got back home at 4:30: a. m. Saturday, feblO-mnria ClerkClrcultCourt, ( .. U8 will tell you what to plant, and Office and. Warorooms, King, Opposite
d 1 Drevard County. FREIGHT HOW to plant it. w. have
State launch from
Courts.
caught us
Daytohiv having
9jun95 In dock a full line of everything needed. In Cannon Street,
near Oak Hill." THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD.

R. F. H. HOUGHTON, Capt. Porter's remains were embalmedand Notice. PfjEPA10 Mulbwrles P.aoh.s." Plume,I Peen and Persimmons. n... Charleston S. C.
Oraacss Bases i out luUoii. ,
shipped to New York, where they

will be interred. In Circuit Court of the 7th Judicial Cir- O THE POMONA NURSERY
DENTIST. .... Sash Weights Cord and
cuit of Florida, Brevard County A. D. .I..r. "orld.. ,
1807S
Beware of Ointments for Ca-
In Ro. Estate of John Hetherington, Hardware.
|aytona, Florida.
tarrh that contain Mercury, deceased.To "
THH:: & EcN': R"Y'
all whom It may concern: _

O. FRIES, C. E. As will surely destroy the notice that I will apply to the Honor- Window and Fancy Glass
mercury TAKE John D. Broome,Judge of said court, "
sense of smell and compltely derange the at Orlando Florida, or wherever the court And the Indian River Str. "Silver King.. A SPECIALTY.Choice .

COUNTY SURVEYOR. whole system when entering it throughthe may then be, on ..
mucous surfaces. Such articles MONDAY, THE FIRST DAY OF MARCH, 1.0 TITUSVILLE TO HOCKLKDOE BY WATEH. -

[ Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. should never be used except on prescriptions A. D. 180T, .

from reputable physicians as the or as soon thereafter a* I can. be heard by the 1 1807 the Hcliodule will be effective ;
Capping neatly done. Estimates for Commencing Monday, February following Wines Liquors
fold court, for leave to sell, In order to the debtsof ,
will do Is ten to the pay .
damage they said estate, the following: ilitsrrllwd land: In OB the J., T. & K. W. U'y und. connection by Steamer appointed as shown ps
ill kinds of engineering works. Disuted'llnes good you can possibly derive from them. the counties of Brevard and Dade, State of below: and Cigars.
Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by Florida to-wit! -- '
Guaranteed Pure
a specialty. F. J. Cheney& Co. Toledo 0. containsno That lot In Brevard county aforesaid com-
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c mencInK at a point or place, sixty feet couth of SOUTII OU'iD. NO\\ TIIBOUNJ).
IKBASTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.AJ1'ted. mercury, and is taken internally, actIng the North Fort Capron ditch on the bank of Sold at reduced

directly upon the blood and mucous Indian River thence run In a westerly direction Lv Jackllnnvlll (J T'" K W). H ::10 R D1 l.v Rnckledjt8 (Steamer). . 7 /Of) II m price
,parallel with the ditch, eight hundred and
surfaces of the system. In buying forty feet) thence north two hundred and ten Palatka 1015) a m Ar Tlt.l1l1Ylllo II . U 40 a. m Imported
-.4. MA.n
: : Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the feet; thence easterly. parallel with the 'I Deland, 1140 a m Lv TltulVlllo (J T tt K W).. .10 115 a. m Tokay Wine
1 In every section at once to sell staple genuine. It Is taken Internally and is I, above mentioned ditch to Indian Klvr Manfol'll. ... :2 (H) P m Ar Enterprise II 12 ,01 pm from Italy.
>ods to dealers; no peddling; experience: made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. C. Cheney ; thence dlreotlon along to laid place river of In beginning a southerly -! e' Enterprise. :2 50 pm" Hanford, nI/ p mAr

necessary; best side line. $75.00 aonth. & Co. Testimonials free. Sold by same being In section 28, township 84, south of Titusville. 440pm De Land,, 8t2pm John B. Togni

Salary and expenses or large Druggists, price 75o.per bottle. range less.40 emit And, and also containing those qua four lying acres In, Dade moreor Lv tUllvllle (steamer). IHIO pm" I'alatk. '" 4 50 p mAr ,
pmmlssion made. Address with 2 cent 730 Jacksonville 640 Saloon 123: East Day St.
county aforesaid and described" all ......t-half of UockledJote pm" pm Metropolitan ,
tamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap The Chicago Record wants to know southwest quarter and southwest quarter of
ad Clncinfttl southeast quarter, of section :34, township SB, W. D. COFFIN, Oen'l Supt. O. D. ACKEIUY, Geo'l Palla. Agent JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
Manufacturing Company, why it is that more than nine-tenths' of south of range 42: ___
Ohio. east.A. u Wholesale and lletall......
the women in public life are more than C. DITTMAR, -
f' inches around the waist. Perhapsthis Adm'r. of said Estate.
':Why will you buy bitter nauseating 30 This Feb. 1, 1807. fehO-26. Southern : WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS.
nice when Grove's Tasteless Chill Is the reason they are In public life. .. _

Fonlo Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.

our druggist is authorized to refunde "Bacteria do not occur In the blood or Notice For Publication.LAND :

money in every case where it falls to in the tissues of a healthy living body, ..Railway iI

lire. Price, 50 cents. 23-10-07 either of man or the lower animals." So OFFICE OAINEHVH.I.B. FLA. IFebruary
the celebrated Dr. Koch. Other 1, 189?. I j jNOT1OK
says ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. l '0.,. s "I OAY.1/ '"DII'I. Il7 Oa'L
RANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR doctors say the best medicine to render is hereby o.ttcn1. following
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women to travel for responsible the blood perfectly pure and healthy Is named settler ha Bled Intention What PEFFFR'S !VJuQPlt DIdIIs '
to make final proof lu support of his claim and ail,
bushed house In Florida. Salary Ayer's Sarsaparilla. that said proof will be made before. Clerk of PULLMAN DRAWING :BOOK CARS, DININO OAJUITHOKOUOH7ARK otb... 1.11.. Yuung lII.n readq q r ...., snhoolt old
K) and expenses. Position permanent. Circuit Court, at Tit evilie, Fla., March 10, IHU7, S'BJIOVtlJl non .......eI'7'lIlul .....r. Abselal.l :f......
ersnee. Enclose self-addressed viz: Ueorge W. Hrhuyler, of Indlanoln, Fla., COACHES, VESTIBULXD TRAINS. ....... to Cur. lIf............. ...... Itallty.Ir .
Better be a lamp In the house than try homestead 10..1U3, for the northwest y" of southwest : :: :'b.P :"L ::

yll mped prance envelope.llldg., Chicago.The National jan29,97, Star to be a star In the sky. 30 1 X,section 14., township 84, south of range fn..
and e.He name the following wltnesse, to prove hi* EAST WEST. ton' l.i dranliit Impoie a>wurtbl.Menl tiute on
No just man can be mean no continuous residence upon and cultivation of NOBTH AID hftcaiiN'' t 71t.ld. .11'...tor nroai. In.f.toobar.
Thy Florida Should Grow be said land ..Ia.i John Koch, of Merrltt, Flat InC. PKCrRlt-. .. tot aCea ..
cruel man can good.It Oeorge K. Hwneney,of Indlanola Fla.t Fredk.Hvrgman THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. b.carried In... .VI"i1..n.. _.ltlyou wnvr ...
Lemons. of tndlanola,Fla.i Walter Bweeney, Florida Limited rI's"t''per fl."box...or._ M ... ........ ....
of Indlanola Fla. New York and ,
d te.A8dP 4
Is the same old story and yet con- :IMMit J.H. BABOO, Register nV&ta il ljj'lG't".r .A I.ap..ILSold
Mr. J. E. Ingrabam, land corn mis- stantly recurring that Simmons Liver Washington and Southwestern Limited

oner of the Florida East Coast RaIlwaya Regulator Is the best family medicine. And the United States Fast Mall. by J. D. Bcreven, only.

a firm believer in the future of lemon "We have used It in our family for eight Notice to Creditors.

Itnre on the east coast of Florida, and years and find It the best medicine we OILY 31 HOUESJAOK80HVILLETO WA8HI50T05. se viar '
as gathered .a quantity of interesting Information have ever used. We think there I Is no HOURS JACOOHVILLE TO NBW TOIL HEpIRilsol.THAOH .
OILY 87
on the subject. Mr. Ingraham such medicine as Simmons Liver Regula- creditor of the estate of Gideon Colqn-
THE Can sad Hotel IX*
late of PuUma 8leepla
of Lftteet Improved
states that the importations of lemons tor."-Mrs. M. E. S.Adlngton, Franklin, will take notice that th..4minirratornsaid [ ReM TeeMbotod Train Care eotapoMj thruOfhTwUhoal ebaotfe *. Waebln tea, IliUM..re.PW .
[Into the United States for the year ended N. C. "Each member of our family uses estate ha suggested the)Insolvency of the Lu ... w.. 1'...._ .... t .....

1 June 80, 1800 valued amounted to about 3,400, It as occasion requires."-W. B. Smith, same Wherefore; said creditor, and all rsonsh.vtng "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED."

j-OOO boxes, at 3,027,721. To supply Mt. Vernon, Ky. claim again said estate will be required .
.
J the demand of the world Sicily fur- to appear before me, on or before sWMTesMbvledTralas. JaoheoavUU toObxaonaM via 11:..... J.ltae..dOlaoI-.ooca.

:Dlshes 4,000,000 boxes; Spain 400,000 TILE: FIRST DAY or JUNK, 1807. OILY 24 HOURS JAOIBOHVILLE TO OIIOIHIATL
;boxea: Sorrento and Major) 000,000; and When fowls roost In daytime, expect and Ale with me their said claim*,or payment OILY 36 HOURS JACX80IVILLB TO LOUISVILLE. .wR MARES.oR .. .

I,; California, 150,000boxes5,150,000boxes; rain. will be barred. November, IMA.MIKOB ...... ailsiassKiisl Isr OBIOAOO. OLIIYa.AlfDIcUfDLt.MJ.POLIa.. DsTTKOIT. VT. PAUL OOPYRIONTS A..
of
'
ThU Uta:
day
\la all. Lemon-growers in California are Resist troubles and many of them will 9.JOKES, aaa l ....... KoclS ..* Wees.TBBOUOE J.ny_.......is?a....... ....deeerlotlea aaf.alekly.eaertMq
Importing people from Sicily to grow E. C. TTKDALL, County Judge. free.wbwtkM an InTSMIon Ule7iC
!*. lemons. Of the more than 8,000,000 flee from you. Administrator. DOVJWO aiy20 ) 8LBEPIIO OARS JAOIiOIVILLB TO ST. LOUIS. probes lyp.t.ntebI. Old N. aseomfgrsMMtaaateate
i, 'boxes imported into the United States, ITItheeit.....s..TU srw.51..A.......Mrmaeckan sad Belly I.rU.s. la .._taksibYnaw.ti. Mua WasbliwtoB* Co. resslvejsslal IB.e.PaMota .

J.-Florida could apply an enormous qnan- Spring Medicine I. a necessity which ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS."A8hEvlLLE'f auttoe theSCIENTIFIO

'tity of lemons if the resources of the Hood's aarsaparilla grandly supplies. It HoD, ep.t." ffrw w/M Ile HL iw ..Caw AMERICAN.beaatlfnJIT
lower east coast were developed as rapidly purifies and vitalize the blood and thus ? T fc-. n! gb .cz a o .. chili .I.--vUIo.. lass edmlatloo, of
; .. they .hould be. la every locality give tone and strength to the whole R CkmeUMM.vUAekevOM. ke..k eM -eL".a&I"l'vao1.W-we ur,MrauUXJeari'

; where lemon culture has been taken up system. Hood' Pill are the only pills "LAND OF THE SKY." viiJpATaimi; seat
la Brevard and Dade Counties the grovesare to take with Hood' Sarsaparilla. Cure CO.
A
MUNN ,
In excellent conditloan. Not..at leaf Ills. MA 5 M sear. aM/W.. d.MbY w fanwr s.b ..... MHr'Mp. .
all liver gip....... fr. Yr r a.. .rM4..". Jew .....
WM affected by the cold spell, and there .....1.... .A......... r. M.e e,

r, M no reason why the lower east coast VlotU r... A..t.. Iii W.l atar in...*. 1Mboa.at.v Via' ,
with its of climate land and Bird flying In groapa during rain, or .
advantages ,
r
BIGGEST PL ANIN .yOUIZut Idea
JL JUU1nOr. Wan 2a4H
L a SUnpto
transportation lines, should not produce wind Indicates haiL STEtarDSRt & !. L TUU ted-Ank.f t
t sufficient less No" .....a..w ... wealia.i .
: lemons by THE SOUTH Wr.
; demand hen storm 'Htf b.Q, .. >> -i* An
California, to meet the of home When the crows, expect a a. o 'W IIMy.: : : ;;

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..: -+ .INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. 4AWBBKLY .- {rue, that to be successful a news-

1'. paper must be sensational, we deplore CLOTHING. CRATES !
of the .
I' I I JOOBM4U DEVOTED TO''Tax DBTBIrOVMBMT the depraved taste generation
that makes such sensationalism -
( OV TBB IXDlAlf HIV KB I.ABB -
For Best Crates at Lowest Prices
I Write
I I WORTHAxDUIROAVxEaAreWrIOxe.: necessary for the ADVOCATE f fo J
Mm I+ wants none of it. TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES,
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\ .- OHAS. H. WALTOx.lyditor&1'roprleur. Shoes Hats Underwear etc. ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,
': I LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES
GREAT BRITAIN OUR BEST ,
Is' t;; Check,etc., .be made payable to CnAttLimR.
may
' I Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To
G :' R ] .'w<oxpubliehet.eadproprbtoe FRIEND.It .
," I 1. I Biggest Stock on tbe East Coast. G. F. PADDISON, Eau Galllo,F1i.

,, is now nearly time for a little
ACCORDING to Japanese newspapers -
more "jingoism" among our poli- ..
I; 1 ; the government of.that. ,, ticians. The long-winded sound A. 'r", Ship Your __
country will shwrtly introduce,. 'b .
I and free silver talks are
ll f measures in the Imperial Diet to taking money a rest. Now comes the Ar- Fruits Vegetables Hides Skins Etc
I I establish a gold -standard at the bitration Treaty between the United .' ,
,
1 ; n ratio of;1 to 32. States and Great Britain but we 'J To the Reliable firm of ->


I "VE need more manufactories on' presume who never many even saw jingo a prize politicians fightare A. O. GANDY & CO.,

L, Indian'River ; forth money that i trying to pick flaws in the : .......-.-- 1:. : Merchandise Brokers: and
i is spent in producing and manu- treaty in the senate. There certainly -V .
'facturing is a -benefit to all our should be a bond of friend : '

river people-directly or indirectly. ship and close sympathy between : -_- Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchant!

}, The more money paid out in this country and Great Britain ; .

I wages, .ia so much more money put but if a bond of brotherhood were ., ." 71"" ,!.f IO Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla.

ql I'' in circulation ; henoe the store- established and become a recog- REFERENCES:State Bank of Florida linker Holmes, Raymond. & Knight, Southern Li:
keepers and others would derive nized thing, what would become of press Company,or.any Railway Agent ot this city.

""" I great benefit from the establish- thet-howlingr ranting Jingo politicians J yTw -- =
ment of factories of any kind. office-seekers) who thinkit I

would not pay them to have each It is a Grave Mistake W. B.: DAWSONlj
l country be on friendly footing.
learn the
WE are glad to that <
," The..signing of the treaty of arbitration Wholesale and Retail
city fathers have' decided to apportion ( is another of the TO BUY YOUR .
many DRESS GOODS.
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a email sum for tbe purpose -
of laying refuse lfiwe from the victories of the administration. . .

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the town, and while they are in: jingoes president guidedthe Without First Sending to
I I the mood for improving the roads: hill of state. with a cool head

I we would remind them: that it''' and avoiding a steady international hand honorably entangle. 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla., (h
I would be wise to kt'ep.a little shell

I f ''I} ; continued on hand to traffic fill in bas the worm ruts out where tbe:, many ments., other Cardinal eminent men Gibbons have and expressed The Surprise Store Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havatj

centre of the shelled roads. "A in unqualified terms their Mexican and Florida Cigars.
of the arbitration
stitch in time saves nine;" and if approval treaty.
Cardinal Gibbons has ST. AUGUSTINE
the roads! .re kept in repair from upon every FLORIDA FINE- FANCY
t suitable occasion advocated the GII047EIUES.
,
time to tkn-e instead of being allowed -
settlement of international disputes WHISKEYS from $::2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good
to out
i wear altogether.be- FOR SAMPLES of the
IH l i t fore any Attention is, paid to them. by this method, because, in many mr: Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

I I'' '! i much unnecessary-expense. will be hJ. opinion, it reduces to a minimum -- you wish to open an account you must give first-class city I'efcrcnNew !!
'I the dread alternative of war. '
I art I I 81Ved.I .. '"The 4fact that the two great NEW AND STYLISH GOODS

j ''I English-speaking nations of the
: i' :' !' To ENCOCKAOE' the planting of earth have taken so decisive a step

\, :, trees along the highways Orange in the direction of permanent SHOWN THERE. Fall Goods.
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I, \ county, the ,county commissioners courts of arbitration," said his ;
I :: r have agreed that where Eminence, "gratifies me beyond

l"!"r II'' property trees, their owners subsequent will plant care .will.shadel be- ]love-re measure'of..peace and should the keenest afford to satisfaction all- 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 i1 i i:

: Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives attention the
prompt day received.
I' i attended to by tbe county. The :Its importance and its "
i Il) people of Orange are determined significance cannot be overesti J. ESTES: : "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS HATS,I

to have one' of the most attractive mated." i. Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt In
1 II counties the state, and with the The following table shows the Proprietor of the Surprise Store, CLOTHING, Etc, shipping. One can depend to get good value for 1m|

I. J I push and energy they are'e blbit- amount of trade which the United money. We Sell to Dealers
[ ing in the matter of good !roads States had +'last year with Great ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. only. L.
\ ''I and the natural advantages of that Britain and the principal countries Some "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHLNG (

",,_ i I',,,, '.'. .! section of the state. they are,bound with which); our people have com = Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-At-j! ''
I to succeed in that determination.We mercial relations, together with (Philadelphia), D. B. Pritchard, Chas.II. Established 1883. solute Bargains.- Call on or address B88"i' ;,
Walton, T. W. Young, B. E. Mims, __k
should like to see some such the proportion which the trade
Jr.
show of energy in our own county, with each of 'these countries boreto The Yankee Doodle was In charge of L. BARBOT & CO. BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

,i though our own conditions are-different the whole .volume of our foreign CApt. Oeo. Cook, assisted by Mr. J. A. 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla. j

and there are portions of trade: Whitaker. General Commission.

? i Brevard which it would be \iwaete Value of I'errnntnireZExpnrtn I JAMES
PBITCHABD
"U, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President:
to of Tote TOWN COUNCIL PROCEED
\ :t of time and money to try to improve United Kingdom. .$100,023,127 4(1 ... C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
-CD "H jf: "'" wFar
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in this way-long stretches Other British INGS. :5 -=: ""'Q:> "'
t of uninhabited country over \thich slons. ... .poBBea-. ... 100,127,013: 12 : : .... c::> -c::> Q:> ct --"="" :g" -
l there is little or no travel--still Regular meeting of the Town Councilof Q:> Ct .-. :3 .... c.;; INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
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f Total British .Em the town of Tltusville, Monday 15th y :Et W;;
where settlements are fairly -close pire . ." . :.-$511,751,04018/ 1807.! Members present:R. C. Scrimgeour, ,
together the planting of sh ade- Germany. . . 07,049,9.10 111 president; Oeo W. Scobie, \V. R. Knox, 329 & 331 t POYdras St., (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
I'I treea and the making of avenues Canada. .. .. .., ... .59IIHIIr.07( !> (> ((18 i and T. W. Lund; R. S. Smith marshal, '
I from one to the other, would be a France . ... 40,073,055: 5 3 and O. Cary-Elwcs, clerk. The minutesof NEW ORLEANS. LA. ,. Authorized capital, $100,000 j
Netherlands .. ..... aiOJ2,8( 4.4 the last two meetings were read and Paid up capital $25,000
profitable investment. j Belgium . .. . 27,000,250/ 31 Approved.It REFERENCE{I Me'troiwlftan Dank Average deposits $150,000 J [
( Commercial ,
I Mexico.111.4JU,2\ > : 6 22 was moved and seconded that the Agencies. /
I Italy . .. . ,143dOtI: 32 Board apportion the sum of $30 for the --- -
E SENSATIONAL NEWS. Brazil .. .... ... 14,2f>8,187 10 purpose of laying refuse fibre upon all : ....,.... r- Transacts a General) Banking
unshelled streets in the Town .
t providedsaid .
Er Imports Value from of Pel'of r The of to-day are ,
v I i newspapers United Klngllon.iflUOlItlJ,434( : 21 S' cost. Motion carried. ,
sadly given to pandering to the Other British poeanBlons There being no further business the I : .;
t
morbid taste of a sensation-loving .. .... . 88,053,800' 11 '4 Board adjourned. Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim! j
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t"", I public. Any sensational Item is At a meeting of the Town Council of Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries. "iJ
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Total British Empire the Town of Titusville held on Wednes-
eagerly sought out and expatiated . . .... .*a,017,23t .132 day, February 17th 1807 the following .
upon in a manner that maybe Germany. . . 04,240,833: : 121 members being present, R. C. Scrim. JAi.rRiTCHABDW.DIRECTORS) I li
i 11 entertaining to a diseased brain, Canula.. . . .. 40,887,505: I 52 geour, president; Geo. W. Scobie T. W. : of the National Bank ot D.BARNETT Jacksonville( ),J.H.lclenl( :
iI but is Take France .... .. 0(1,2(16,076(\ ( 85 Lund and W. R. Knox, the followingresolution } Permanently UURKEB (Vice-president National Bank vi
I by no means edifying. Located.
I; Netherlands. ... lJ,205,707: \ : 17 was unanimously adopted: Jacksonville), and W. M. DROwa.CORRESPONDENTS. .
up one of the great dailies, and Belgium: ... . Ja,770OU: 18 Resolved that the offer of the Indian :Nearly opposite State Bank of Florida. .
what do we find but scare head- Mexico.. . ,.. . 17,478,177 22 River State Bank to cash all town war- At No. 1 11 1 East Bay Street. ., ,. Seaboard National Bank of New York tot
lines, filling half a column, and Italy. . . .. . 32,143,487: :28 rants at par that are marked on the face ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. ter National Bank of Jacksonville. 20Town
the matter below Brazil. .. .. ... . 7LOttlOdd( 01 payable at the said bank. be accented. '1"'I".rUSV.ILLE:'
reading to FLA.MIAMI1
a and that the bank present to the Chairman : Price will be a* Follow. .
great extent, news which if published It js worth noting that the balance Oold Fllllnfs..t
of the
I. L in the form of novel would win our favor in our trade with first Finance In each Committee on the Other, 1.llIlugs...... ... ..,. .........,,. .//IOto I.oo&up 1.110
month ..
Monday a statementof Plate ....................... 8.00 to woo
scarcely pass muster as decent., Great !3Jritafn and her colonies the amount of all such warrants In Full Bets(very best).. .... ........ 12.eoto15.00 -I
And the great trouble is that the alone was $53,000,000. On our their hands, upon which amount said Irregularities: corrected. -
( bank shall receive warrant each UYour .
a
month patronage solicited. h
&, mass of the people enjoy readingthe trade with all other countries the
I for Interest at the rate of ten per cent. F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S.,
trash that is dealt out with so balance against us was more than per annum. Phone 671. Jacksonville Manager.; Fla.
I lavish a hand daily. The greater $20,000,000.Great O. CAKT-ELWES, Clerk. aleol
!L the lies (for no one can believe Britain and her colonies Lots Now on SaleIA !

one-half that they read, unless take :A8\ per .cent of everything we More Land for Florida.The << .
they are endowed with a superabundant sell abroad, leaving 'only 42: per J. S. JOHNSON CO.
; amount of credulity), the cent for all other countries to Secretary has of the Interior, at ,
t Washington, directed that the Everglades E
KINGSLEY
;' more flagrant the indecency, the gether. The 40,000,000 people of ; a body of 2,243,000: acres of land- --- Manufacturer of -- General Agent For

''I more horrible the subject matter Great Britain proper took from us and water, which Is partly occupied by ....Fishing Supplies. I t;

the greater the pleasure the children $-IOI( ,OOOOOO of goods and the 40,. State the Seminole of Florida.Indians The, be patented to the ... Mrs. Julia D. Tuttlc. ;:

I of this generation find in its 000,000 people of France on'y17,- Urge parts of the Everglades counties of Dade comprise
perusal, notwithstanding their 000,000. Yet there is a school of and Monroe. CHOICE
i boasted strides in civilization. Wo patriots among, who would have BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

are not purists by any means, but our policy so shaped as to obstructour WANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR all parts of the ";;;
when we consider that a very great trade with Great Britain as I to travel for responsible Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, Town. Carefully Selected
1' proportion of the great American much as possible.A established house in Florida. /Salary Corks, Leads, Twines Etc. Fishing Fruit and Vegetable Lands
on
l $780 and expenses. Position perman Tackle of every Description; Hooks,
public read but the
never anything ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc. Iinlui: Ri'vc.Dnd
newspapers, we can see nothing stamped &:'r Buy Biscuync.
envelope. The National Star TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY.
,r but harm in the prominence given Moonlight Sailing Party. Insurance. 131dg., Chicago. ::Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and SetU"rl.
to items which should be Baltimore Md. Main
entirely Office Hotel Miami
Among the pleasant lalllng parties MIAMI FLORIDA.
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I G, excluded from publicity. The bent which have taken place on Indian River, Notice For Publication.Land ,
it! *f man's mind Is quite bad enough during these beautiful moonlight nights Notice For Publication.Land --
it without the use of the influence of waa that given by Miss Maggie Ramsey, Office at Gainesville, Fla. 1 -

') y the press to excite all that is worst of WyckolT, N. J., who U visiting' her February 15, 1807. JNOTICE Office at Gainesville, Fla. )1 Da-n-to.--a. ..... ... .......... ....-
in cousin, 111 rs. Roswell Coleman in Tituavllle. Ie l hereby given that the 't" "" 't'
r'a; his nature, and the detailed accounts following-' February 13, 18U7 (
The yacht Yankee Doodle was settler Iwo filed notice of hi* Intetitlon -
: 'Ie
I of fiendish outrages terrible chartered last night for the sail, and avery to moke dual proof In support of hi* NOTICE eir"bZ given. that. the following
.... flied
Jl >e of"bill'
mil
l.notll Iu"a-
.II'r..t wIll be
I 1 accidents, bloodthirsty murders enjoyable time was spent, rauslo conrt utTUnavlUe FI.matle... on before April hum.tlon and l .. support of his Livery Sale
I : and the like, which fill the. and refronhmenU being furnished ad ; .aeiiia: Henry. A. Dreler I of Canaveral, Clerk re w'"tfJooveou' be, Fla.made. before & Transfer Stables.
columns of almost any paper we libitum. Among those present were : *e :uee\ ., tot. _UM lot Mellon 4, section:H. and il, !!Honunteait rd.111II7. I ,of on April -
Mesdames : fia-ni
James Trltchard, M. L. Cole- northwest. of hwesl aectlon
\ \ [ may chance to pick up, !simply! add man, Mr. and Mr E. L. Brady, Mr. and US,township quarter J', sooth ranee o 37 nut.quarter section : .!PIP '6. noga; 57, east and JO: 6, T"*aaoale THE FINEST TURNOUTS
I \ fuel to the fire of the i insatiate desire Mrs. Roswell Coleman, the HINes Lizzie He names ; toll .ncnr.tlnuousnrtdena witnesses to proves hi lirl MUU uiwuenip! aoutn )eait" AND CAREFUL DRIVERS.
upon!. and cultivation of, bu |!: .i "
Ives
for the horrible and ghastly (Philadelphia), Josephine Brady said land vlst Henry Wilson at Canaveral l1, saId i IIJn.: / of. acted.! Charpgesrtreasonable.IAII boarded and General Bu"lneM TraD-
rE. Livery
I ; which seems to be part and parcel Kate Brady l'ntchard.t Maggie; Ramsey Metars., J.Daisy A. J'1a.Frauo: Arthur us.of Franklin raaay of,FIa.I Canaveral.j.W.JI.Fla rnetorius. El .,1,. .i. Prww Q Nvj. .ea::*rf'w'H i i: Fifty miles of roads for driVlngandPriding. receive prompt and careful attentlon-

II :..1, "of our degenerate times. If it it :llapperaetto, B. F. Hall, Bert lives of Cjw/eral,I J. M. BABOO" _Jeter. I o Drams,
J. M. C. f
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B. Williams &' Miss Blakesloy, Mr. and Mrs. Platt and
Co
ASK: the recovered
Mrs. Miles, II. E. Bemis and A. J. Doo- dynpcptlua" bill 0..11. G. G. SPRINGERManufacturer
little. ufforara, victim of
,fever and ague* thee
The Plaza has its the mercurial' dlasa..dpatient ,
upon .register
Wholesale Fruit and .
Produce Commission Merchants..,, following party of Bostonians: Mr. and how cho.rtul recoveraalhcslth I
Mrs W. C. Jacobs Mr. and Mrs. Chaa. apirita any rood Retailer and Shipper Of

65 South Broad St., ATLANTA CA. J. Jacobs, Mrs. Hall and sister, B. Price appetite)they will tell '
and Mrs. D. P. Price; also] D. Curtis and 0 you by XlVKH taking KI.OU-!KiuMONS : -

orcign mid Dou clSltic! Frui wife, New Haven; N. C. Howell, Columbus e 1."TOR. '
'S. 0.; G. D. Potter and wife Chicago! ; ICE NDDistilled
Joseph Wllks and C. Darby, Sing Sing The Cheape.it' Parent end Bent Family
TABLES. FIIUIT8 W. Y. Medicine In the World I -
< For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION, Jann.
ring Beans. Oranges Mrs. M. B. Pyle] Wilmington, Del.; dice.Biliouiattack.,SICK HKAUACHK: ,Colic,

mlirtower.traCelery.. Bananas, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Dawson, Newark, Heartburn Depression; etc.of Sprite This,unrivalled BUUK STOMACH remedy is,
Grape Fruit, N. J. ; Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Rockefeller, warranted not tu contain M aiiiRle particle of Water
cumbers. Lemons, Sunbury, Pa. ; W. U. Berry, Miss Olive MKKCUKY: or any mineral substance, but UPUUKL.Y

matoes. Limes, Berry, Newnan Ga. ; Mr, and Mrs Jas. VKOKTA11LK,
Kets, Cabbage, Peaches, L. Prlndle, Saratoga Springs; Mrs. Dels- containing! tilt,, Southern Roots and Herbs Refrigerators, Ice I Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
fuash and Miss which an all-wine Providence tins placed In
Inger Lindsay l'hUIdelphhl.o'are
Pineapples countries where Liver Uliwiixe most prevail.It .
tow Potatoes Strawberries, among the guests of Hotel Indian; will cure all Dl.I eae.. caused by Derangement FACTORIES.......
kg Plant, Grapes River. of the Liver. and Bowels.
,
iparagus/ ,. Pile SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
Cocoanuts. bitter' or bad taste In the mouth; Vain ,In the
rERENOEHi.Third National Hank, Atlanta On.; flew K. Jolmson. ('* Atlanta, TIlE ROCKLEUGE STORE: :: has the Back Sldeaor Joints,often mistaken for Rheumatism .
uour I'acklug Co.,Atlanta Ga. Geo. M. AtLifuMa.'OWDER Sour Stomach Lox of Appetite ----- -- ------ - ---- --- -- -- --- -- -
; Taylor W. 8.IJIIllC8U tit Coast. Our assortment is so large and Loss of Memory, with a painful sensation of
-< 1 <- ---------- ---- --- -- varied, that we can supply you with havIng failed. to do something which ought to SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
have been done; Debility; Low *plrll.i, a thick
doune Inn, brought a charge of theft anything you need. We make a speci- yellow apprurniu-e of the Skin and Kyes, a dry .
alty of supplying yachting parties Cough often mistaken for Consumption.
against of his
some colored
help, but the Sometimes of these symptoms attend
many
prisoners were released on account of I'AxToN & HATCH Rockledge. the disease, at others very few; but the I.IVKK III'all."Iontill".. Refugee, *2.no per.. lmn. Muskmelon, J IlOt'/ per 111.
insufficient evidence. .is generally tho vaat of the disease, and if not M'ax Variotlua a,2 Turnip :.TtHi.rearlSlllllt. "
Regulated in time! "Tcut suffering, widened Sgnaah . Nk< ). par lb. Vie w'r ll>.,frt. paid an". per lb.
The birthday [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any ness and DUA1 M will ensue. (Cmmiiitwr 4ti< Viiolrit AbnjoToliacro Bueiln. ImportedHtook
party given by Mr. and job need. The following highly esteemed persons a''est. I'miM. Amorloan Womlor, *$.IlII'er l>un. e 1.041 par <>.., *IO per lb.
Mrs. W. C. Braddock, in honor of their printing you ] to the virtues of bimnions Aver Relullllll'lUen otlmrenrly vnrlotlim, 3.INI.. Toliaooo, Klu, grown, t-year /IKKI.oa., B.Ofl "
son William's twenry-ltrst birthday was W. S. Holt\ Pre,. Ga. 1>. "'. K. H. Co.; Rev. Corn" "Hold all varletliiN I.IK( It Smnutrn, Tobacco, Tan per<>.., T.Mt ..
OYNG a splendid affair. With fair ladies I. R. Pelder, Ferry,Un.| Col.) K. K. Sparks, Albany lIl\'nr. all varieties. a,:in It It Jllllnuf'g leaf. Toliaccim taw par OB., 4.ltO It "
young .. WutenniOiiiiK, .' 400.( lb.
Melbourne. (i. ; L lIIaslor on,Elq.I Sheriil Uibl C. per
at the piano, Ice cream and dainty cakes, tia.i Hon. Alexander 11. Mlep\I.."'".
who could help having a good time. "We have tested Its vlrtue"t personally, and tV Send for price list to .
The younger people danced and made know that for 1)y. "" ".. and L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
OOODB &': GOODE. Rual Estate and Loan Throbbing Headache It is the best medicine the
merry, wishing that William's birthday for yKtn.l, London- and Liverpool. and world ever saw. We tried forty other remedies 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
PFAKIN6 would come more often. Globe, and Imperial\ Fire Inmiranre. Special beforeSi01n"nnLiverHegulator/ but none wave.
attention paid to the Intercut ol lion'runtdents. us more than temporary relief; but the Keiru.la
'or not only relieved l. but cured us."-Ei: >.
TEUEOKAIMI AND MCSHKNGKK: Macon Ua
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!JSP" If you need any job printing, we MAM l-ACTt'HEP ONLY RY A Fertilizer for Fruit.
shall be pleased to get a share of it. HOTEL CARLETON MKLIIOUUXK, FLAItoiuitlfully .- J. II. ZlilLIN ,t CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Hltnutod' on a high bluff, over-
looltinLC the Indian River First-dims accommodations -
and rate* roHHonnhlo.F. "
Rockledge. 1101JEKTHON: Proprietor. bound. train. Mrs.:: :Miles: accompaniedhim. '- ---'C' ": : '- --, -' : "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer,

Jrl.oc: $25.Oo :Jor Ton.GUARANT'EEI .
Allie Ooodo of Melbourne PRIVATE HOARDING 1I0t'SETho: Oooile Messrs Munn and Randall, are outgunning
bsolute.y. Pure was la house on Fountain Hei Zits,
ID
tlwn'l'huI'sday.Misl? now open to the publlo For! terms Melbourne address. almost dally, and rarely] return ) ANALYSIS :... ... ..

jkted for its great( I loavenlng strength M. MRS. R. W. OllOUE.I empty-handed. Moisture .. '.' ., . , ... ?8 to 10 Per Cent.
Ramsey, of Wyckoff N. J.
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Uthfulnoss.1 all forms of Assures adulteration the food common against! to registered at Hotel Plaza on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John B. Smith, of Tropic, Ammonia . ?. . ", . 4j' to (II"I "
i brand I The C. E. society will give a Washing were In town Monday, looking for a Phosphoric Acid..6 to (II" "

i BAKING POWDER CO.. New York Rockledge The schooner waters J.during F. P. was the anchored week.II. : ton social at Fountain Heights this house to rent during the coming sum Potash (Actual), . . .. . .n(I to i A" "
past (Friday) evening. mer. Mr. binith's health still continues
C. poorly. Made exclusively from Blight Cotton Hood:! Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bone
Eyer, our curio man, was In Henry Casper, of Tropic and Miss Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems, and Sulphato of Potash
Banyan. of Jacksonville the from Friday till Monday, Laura Houston, of Eau Gallie, wore call- 'The schooner Cygnus, Capt. Loon SOT": Write for directions for using and further pnrticulam; also ask for
past week. ing on friends last Sunday Vann, is at tho railroad wharf: loading; copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit" Wo carry largo] stock of all Fortlllzor

The Misses J. M. and Anna Leeds, of Mrs. J. S. Broomhead returned to lumber.J. Material, Cotton Sootl1\ienl. Tobacco Dust, IVrtatili' etc. Write for prices( before -
I Gove preached at the Banyan Lincoln, Ills., are recent arrivals at Fountain Heights last Monday, after O. Walton, of TItusville, was hero buying. Wo suck. the /growers trade direct

on last Thursday night. White's Cottage spending; a few days with his sister l InSt. Monday in the Interests of the, pink WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
and his Und. ,
Whitlock has gone to his horn C. W. Blakesley's youngest son and Augustine. paper
Mr.\ and Mrs. of Grand The Fertilizer House of Florida
Wm. Phelps,
Ills
to out of la wife;from Connecticut
enay, wear a case are making Howell Smith, W. M. Ely and Walter
Rapids, are guests of Hotel Uranad.i.Mr. : .
visit
a to the parental home here Haslehurst are off for another trip to Jacksonville Fla.
]
Phelps was very much elated Tues
i having regular spring weather The paving of II. S. Williams' exten- the Bahama Islands on the Queen. We day morning by capturing a fine largo < .
nd the gardens in thIs yiclnity sive front with shell, which was begun wish them a pleasant and safe voyage.An trout.

| g.fine. some time ago, Is now being continued.F. informal dance was given by tho Miss Gertrude Bryan has gone on nn Fred'k. S. Morse

trading schooner .Norna, Capt. A. Condon and D. F. Oarrle have young men of our town last Saturday extended visit to her sister, "Mrs. John xeEJ. -x-
Lean, was anchored in Banyan chartered the sailing yacht Minnehaha, evening. About fifty were present, anda Simmons, at B vlno. Somebody looked ,
day last. and are off to the lower river on a cruiseof very pleasant time was spent. very desolate at church last Sunday

phry Jernegan and Jarre Riles left a few days. Geo. Powell, Alex. J. Goode, James evening. : : ... .L ESTATE: : : : .
Alnsworth Ilanna and ,
Messrs Dutton
r Hawthorne on Saturday lastSilver Cook's excursion, numbering thirty, Powell and Will Mao made a pleasure ,
King. now touring the state, tarried in Rock- party to Rockledge last Thursday morn- Ballinger, left Monday morning for a
ledge Tuesday anti Wednesday with ing on the schooner J. F. P., returning : week's outing at Lake Washington, taking MIbMI: DDttdo 0<:>., rLORIDA.:
i is shipping large quantities of headquarters at the Indian River. Saturday noon. a boat and. all the necessary adjunctsfor
om Banker Brown's place. Ills the capture of the finny tribe. We AGENT FOR LANDS OF :
med ]less than Miss C. S. Burnett, lecturer and organizer them time and _
to be damaged A large sailboat, belonging: to Captain promise a good rare
,
for the W. C. T. U. was with us I
,
l' in Banyan. McFadden of Eau Oallio, is tied here sport, because we have been there. ;
up Florida] East Coast
last Monday and Tuesday She Is a true Hallway Company,
this week, with a cargo of all sorts ofmarine Capt. McIntyre, of the steamer Com.t.enay .
(Stewart was In Cocoa on Satur- worker for temperance and a noble Florida Coast Line Canal A: Trl\llHpol't.I1t1on Company
curiosities from the ,
consult Dr. Hughlett about his Bahamas woman.J. was prostrated by an attack of
vertigo while on his steamer one day Boston &; Florida Athintlo Coast Land( Company.
ho 111 with ]la
was grippe,
DW slowly very recovering. M. F. Dwyer has had n wind-mill B. Tupper, of Washington, D.O., last week, lying unconscious over nn -- ,.. ,- ...- .... ,- _. -- -- +- _--
erected on the west side of his grove, to spent a few days very pleasantly In our hour. We are pleased to state that he
i has become of the cold wave secure a supply] of soft water, to be town visiting his neices, Mrs. Butler and has quite recovered.

Ich was to bo supplied by the eng brought down by pipe, for use at the Miss Tupper, at the Congregational] par- Through the generosity of Mrs. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

citizens of Banyan, to be disc hotel Indian River. sonage. He left here last Monday, muchto Thomas Barbour, tho Baptist churchIs
Bahia, four hours ahead of the the of his friends. ,
'Rockledge'] Is now quite alive with regret many now supplied with new gospel songbooks

tourists. Both the Plaza and New The Rev. Dr. Du Dose Is at Hotel the gift of that lady: and avery file S'1TDLO, 0.0n.1 J.Wana&or.:

[liver King took a large excur I Rockledge are entertaining overflowing Belleviow, where he will stay while here. welcome and timely gift for which she (LATE CHAPMAN &; SUDLOW.)
Jty down to Tropic ou Sundayn. ; I houses, and the Indian River, with much His many friends are always delighted to has the thanks of all, members of the
!> The citizens of Banyan were larger capacity, Is fast filling up. meet him. He hopes to spend next win- church and Sunday school South Jacksonville Florida.

to some excellent music by the ter In his pretty home near the Episcopal A gathered at the

\ she steamed past, which, was Monday James, Brown to the was bedside called of at his mid-night mother,, church, and bring all of his very Interesting residence goodly of J.company E. N. Hodgson, last Sat- MANUFACTURER OF -

ppreclated. who is very 111 with measles, at City family with him urday evening, on the occasion of the
FERTILIZERS
For and
Point. She is a little better at this A. 31. Martin, mail carrier from this eve of the anniversary of St. Valentine. Pineapples Oranges ,
LN FIND the finest line of Fish- writing though still in a critical con- place to Melbourne Beach was found Miss Mary Valentine entertained with ,
ckle] ever brought to'Indianat dition. dead In his boat last Tuesday morning. music, and a well-ordered programmewas
the Rockledge store. Do notcall It is thought/ he died of apoplexy. lie gone through and enjoyed. The Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material
l and examine this fine stock.AXTO The pleasure launch MoxIe, from Boston was over sixty years of ago and leaves a evening's enjoyment was brought to a
& HATCH, Kockladge. passed a day or two off Rockledge wife, two sons and three daughters also close by the performance of a sparklingand Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc. Also
this week allowing its time entltfud ,
occupants ,
several grand children. The ,bereaved merry extravaganza, "St.Valentine's .
to take a glimpse of the beauties so fully family bas the full sympathy of our ] Revenge," In which Miss Tlxo FAxxxoxiei/ :XI xxdTlmoeiAmmonia : I3raricl.

[ Fort Pierce. bestowed by nature's ]lavish hand upon community In their sat( loss. Florence Ilodgson, Mrs. A. W. Sweet, ,4 to B per cent t
this section. Miss Helen Ives of Grand Rapids, Mich., Available Phos. Acid.. ,(U to H per cent > I or $Un.OO l>cr Ton.

returned from Judge J, D. Van Demon and wife, ,of and J. A. Gilbert took parts. :Miss Ives.amipretty Potash K O.0 to 7 per cent )

eynolds MiamI Delaware, 0., friends of Mr. and Airs. Vera.Hurrah a petite little] miss, very radiant. Highest Commercial Value] given our brands In the last Bulletin. Write for
L. W. Uattefleld] with whom they havea In black knickerbockers, white Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will bo delivered free ef all
ster and family left for their room while taking their meals at the waist and pink sash, made a very charm- freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until
LaGrange on Tuesday. Theyt New Rockledge, will spend the remainder for tho ADVOCATE Ing cupid contributing very much to the further notice.DUREN.
some months with us andy of the season here. success of the evening by the naive and
John Gifford has returned to Ills homo careful rendering of her role. The .. -
friends behind. proceeds - -- -- --- ------ -------
The owner, proprietors and a numberof In Randolph] Vt. netted (22:! which will be pro- :
rnett lectured on woman's the guests of Hotel Indian River madean sented to the church fund by the Ladles' & IFEASTER.
nd Col. S. E. Fowlkfl] of Roseland] was In ....
temperance at the school- excursion to Tropic In the steamer Aid Society
nday night, before a large Silver King Sunday afternoon. The town visiting one day this week.
GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
party was accompanied by the hotel Isaac Leatherman, of Wabasno, Is in Visitors to this section should not fall ,
orchestra whose music added town lot of lumber to visit Tropic at this season, for only by
( greatlyto rafting a large purchased -
Nelson and
[ Ilarbin have got Glass anti Tloware.
personal observation can Its tropical Crockery,
the charms of the occasion. here. Western Meats of All Kinds
their
tilizing pines. beauty be appreciated. Landing on the Your patronage ollclted..,

|111 be an entertainment and The trill of the mocking bird U al- One hundred and fifty-one grapefruit southern point of the Island, a pleasant FLORIDA.
(Friday) night. All are cor- ways greeted in the spring time with exquisite sent from here through the association walk of about a mile will take the visitor TITUSVILLE

1 to attend. pleasure by those who are fondof to New York, sold for *:'IO. past bright green Held of beans, -- .. -, -- .. --- --
nature's music. The prelude to many some blooming,
some just coming up
_rt Brown has been very sick, operatic airs which are to fill the air for -The ADVOCATE has some tobacco and some ready for picking/ and market. EZ: :se: m:c m dz seO
re glad to say she is lomewhatarlcl months to from the mocker's full
come seed to give to Its readers. Call In//(. Passing the homes of Messrs Carter
r. little throat, was heard several days and get some away, or send stamp to pay the Sanders, and Clark we come to the Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit
beautiful residence of Captain Casper,
ISebastian. ago.Mr.. and Mrs. L. W. Battenfleld are postage. In the garden of which are bushes of And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
now to be counted the regular many varieties of beautiful ruses, surrounded Fond and Wheat. We are the only houso on Indian River dealing exclusively In
winter residents! of Rockledge among for they Eau Gallie.Miss by orange tree Just loaded the above lino of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.

of Jacksonville, was In have bought Mr. Plumb's cottage on down with the yellow fruit. A short Very truly] E. L. BKADJT Jk: liUO., Tltusvllle Fla.

week.' (2,230.Barton( : These avenue pleasant, the price and paid substantial being Mary Valentino, of Tillman, wasa homo distance of the beyond:Messrs Is the Merrill elegant, of Kansas winter ________ ___ __ _____ __ ,_<___ __ u _____ ___ .._. -
lurch
representing Stutts A neighbors will be gladly welcomed from guest of Miss M. U. Gilbert over Sun City, on whose beautiful and well-kept
vannah, Ga., called here on season to season. grounds are trees, shrubs and Mowers of THE DECANTER.

.,' day.Capt. almost every variety, even Including the
lennlngs, of West Palm Beach Fishing l is still the chief sport with the John Houston visited Sebastianlast coffee tree, from which a small quantity
visitors. Small skiffs dot the river here' ] Saturday, returning Tuesday. Renedser
is week, prospecting In the has already been gathered. 'l'he\1: cA Losley A: :
try. and there, each occupant being armed Miss\ Anna Paddliivn left Tuesday for III liter place and the Horn place contain ,
with rod and reel or trolling outfit, Tltusvllle on a visit to her parents. orange trees In full bearing. A cactus-
tussell spent Sunday with rela-] while visit Lake J'oln- the residence of Gins and Whiskies
numerous parties bordered walk leads to Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies, Rams, .
ond. I ett, two miles away, by conveyance Itev. S. F. Cove preached at the Baptist George K. Ensey, where, In addition to '
---- Bottled Beers Ales and stont
This continuous devotion to the church last Sunday _
B. Tresca delivered two good laily. a fine vegetable garden and some rare ,
n Sunday to large congrep port is proof of unfailing and substantial )fr. and Mrs. J. T. Snell and family, old India-rubber trees (not to forget the A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables.

success. of Bovine, spent lost Sunday In town., pet coon In the live-oak tree), we were Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail

Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Russell, of London Messrs and of shown a bed of strawberries, the fruit of orders. Cash most accompany your order. LOSLE:: it KEN AKKK,Titusvllle, FI...
yacht Minnie Ha Ha touched Casper Wynn, Tropic, which for size and flavor Is unequalled.
Wblte'aCottage
north Monday. Eng., were registered at were noticed at church last Sunday
; the past week. Mr. Russell, The and many other things of Interest ..
orrld thing" is the exclamationme with his wife as accompanylat on the evening. will repay a visit to Tropic.
from some of our young piano, gave a vocal recital at each of the Capt. John McAllister left last Sun- --- -- -- -- THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

ey opened their valentines. three hotels while here. They have ex- day morning for Narrows, on his launch School Katertuliiment.

i been hard at work here for tended their tour further down the Courier. Electrical and
i past, and from all accounts Is coast, and will stop here again on their Mrs. A. A. Ford and children returned The pupils of the Tltusvllle public Machinery Supplies.

I,join two hearts shortly that return. list Saturday, front a visit to her mother school will give an attractive entertainment -
t as one. Mrs. E. A. Chatfield gave a delightful at Tltusvllle. at the Opera house I.ext Friday JI.UflrrAC'rUBEB.'VAOENTS Volt

> become of the grand regatta moonlight sailing party in Capt. ile- Episcopal service will be held at the night, the 26th lost, for the purpose of High Grade :Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motor and
l to have been held on the 22nd Neal's yacht. Sliver King, Monday even- Casino next Sunday at 11 a. m. and raising funds for school use. The priceof Generators, Warren ,Altrtnator Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines. Morse Williams Jb
bourne ? We of lug In honor of the birthday anniversary 7:30 TO.President. admission will be 25 cents, and all Co. Elevators. BPBCIALTMrSt Ktoctrla lane inaohlM motors. Dental motors. IronClad
nothing
see of Miss Alice Chatfleld. The participants p. I are cordially invited to attend. Ticket Stow speed Multlpola Ifoton for hmrlmt. factory work Improved. strMt nUlwajr wiuip-
apera.auder were. follows: :Miss Chattleld.M. Geo. F. Mile, of the East may be bought at the Eagle Clothing mess,modern la design and_true'ktD. rally guaranteed and prices right.JT.

held justice court here .... Chatfltld. :Mrs. Buck, and their Coast Canal company was here Monday Store and at f. b. Chaffee A Go's, drug BISHOP, Manager. JACK8OXV1UJC:, FLA.
i lost. :Mr. Moore, of Ercll-i gueatl.; ... Buckingham, of New Haven; ]leaving the next ;day' on the south- tore. Salesroom, tl war fourth....Repair Shop,2029 IUD St.

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i lit INDIAN 19. 1897.

1 I I I Iii 6 RIVER ADVOCATE FEBRUARY --.l.



: VARIOUS NOTES. Over Thirty Years MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.Florida INDIANOLA HOUSE. 1 HOTEL COQUINA

I Xnfltob. Cape Still In Favor Mixed Chev)
New York
Open December .
iot. With Bright Thread. 3rd.

"Button button, who has the button" Without Sickness. Philadelphia and Boston. Indianola is on erritts Island.....
New York. ......
Sailing from Brunswick Ga., direct to
/ Everybody hag it this season, or rather has -- ORMQND.BY.THE.SEAFLORIDA.
them for their name la legion, and the PASSENGER SERVICE., Miles North of Rockledge.
Four
popularity that they enjoyed hut winter :Mr. II. WETTSTEIN, a well-known, Via Fernamllna, F. C. &: P. Ky. and Cumberland Route;
; have Instead of Lv St.AuguHtine; 00 p hli| Lv Jacksonville 11.00( > amf I Lv.
seems to Increased waned. enterprising citizen of Byron, ]11., .
al Fernandlna 130pm; Ar Brunuwlc 0.30 p m. Dally except
1 Big buttons and am.' elaborate button writes: "Before I paid much attention 8< LARGE Sun rooms, all looking on
and plain are worn singly.and In group or Via)Everett, all rail, F. C. R P. Rv, and So. By. Lv St. Augustine y SURF BATHING
to regulating the bowels, I /.BO/ a in; Lv Jacksonville 1,00 pm:} Ar Brunswick T.80 Indian River. Good home table. AND DRIVING j
hardly knew a well day; but since I p m. ally. Passengers allowed on board tor upper Thursdays ,

r learned the evil results PROPOSED SAILINGS Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, row Specialties at Ormond.

II I of constipation, Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,8:,30.d.m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. log, fishing and hunting. Will meet Mp-/! For Circulars, address,

and the efficacy ofAVER'S FrhlayJan. 18................. ............COLORADO............ ............ ...Friday Jan. 22 : Cocoa and transfer
Friday Jan. 23..........................RIO ORANDK...... ....................Friday, Jan.at guests at trains at ,
) % Friday, Jan 29..............................COLORADO... .........................Friday' Feb..S and b&use free of charge. SEISER & YINING Mana
Friday Feb. O.............................RIO GRANDE........... .............. .. Friday Feb. W them to from !r;
Friday,Feb. 13..............................COLORADO.... .......................Friday Feb. 19 Rates: $1.6Operday,
I ?11111, I have not had For general: Informa'tlon, steamer trains rate, eta.,apply to any railroad agent or to ORMONDBYTHESEA.Park ,
I one day's sickness A.P. MURPHY, Agent. FOrnandtna, Fla. CIIAS.DAVIK8! Agent; 220 W. Bay Bt.: Jacksonville. $8.00 per week.
H. H. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent ifrunswlck. Ga.
f for over thirty years C. I!.MALLORY General Agent, Pier 20, E. River,and 302): Broadway N. Y. Address:
not one attxrk! G. W. SCHUYLER,

that did not readily yield to this
I remedy. My wife had been j>n1 1- CHa41s.:: : :s: IIvsz: :: az CO. Indianola, Fla. Cottage

I i il II i4I ous to our marriage an invalid 1'0 1 DEALERS IN -

I I 1 years. She had a prejudice URIUIII rl t F"in a "VV'Ln.es: 8.n..CL: 3L.lC3L-u.orj3:
Jacksonville's }New Fire-Proof Hotel. West Palm Beach
jI cathartics but as POOH HS she lit/pi:. (Flon'Opposite

I I f ;n to use Ayer's Pills her health i... 417. & 419 W. Bay: St.. ,

restored." JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. ( Hotel Royal Polnclaw)
Hotel Geneva
I 'ft RICH WINES create Rood rich healthy -
V'' blood. Don't make tbe mistake of I ,
WEDDING GOWN. buying .sour poor wine because it is Located on the Lake Front.01'1,
t t ,I sets. They.range all the way from the size I_' cheap? It is not. It bas a nasty disagreeable /

) of a Mud to that of a large bu\terplate. and IVERSSCathartic D good;; ,wine effect is really upon not the system expensive while, and a Cor. :Forsyth and Cedar St., overlooking beautiful Lake Worth

e their variations in price and elegance are gives: you that pulled-together self- -Jacksonville Fla.
equally groat Copies of antique buttonsare a satlnflod. feeling. Rates: 2.00 to $3.00 per day.
We make a Specialty of North Carolina
KIT-
largely worn, and jeweled and m1n1aii -
Mountain. Dew Corn Whiskey three Modern Improvements Baths etc., on
,tare effects give brilliancy to many winter Medal and Diploma at World's :Fair. years old, .2.60 per gallon. Every J'loor. Gas and Electric Special rates by the''I'
'costumes. Sometime their II Towns will do
In
use merely I'artle. lying: Dry Elevator. Artistically
Ili ornamental; sometimes they really serve T* Rtttort Strength, take Ayers Sartapirllla well to order from us, as we can save Lights, Passenger M.
Fur- J.
l them CO per cent on all\ orders. and Elegantly YARBOROUGH,
as a fastening. They on corselets, .
appear '
.
.
send with orders.Wewlll nished. .
Kf: Always money
leevea, cuffs, collars and shoulder knots, not open new accounts unless Proprlete
I 'Indeed In every possible plaoa Clusters TEMPERANCE DEPART suitable Jacksonville reference is "given Rates from $2.00 to $3.00. f
p of mall gold, steel, horn or pearl button .' No Goods sent C.O. D. to Dry Towns. per Day ---
tailor MENT. / 11 .i.. ..,\ Agent for Indlanopolls Brewing Co.,
are seen on made and outside f
gown / Brewers and Bottlers, Indianapolis, Ind. Weekly: Bates on Application. [Remember, the ADVOCATE, T..
garments, decorating sleeves straps andaaams. Special Rate for the Summer. Vii e, does all kinds of job
4M case.
Hercules Malt Tonic S2.25 per ease; Clayton&Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, $ per printing. (
Tltusville Good Templar Lodge.: us a share of your work.] GI|
ED. L. OWENS Prop.
English capes which still remain fashionable
I I I i are adorned with gold button, Mr. Wm. Woodward, C. T.: Mr. Chas. .

and button even appear on hat and bonnet Gardner, sec
p Meets every Tuesday night; at; the RARE CHANCE !
/
''. Mixed ohevlotl are having great IUooe Presbyterian church Public meeting
I These and similar materials In the English first Tuesday In the month.

style have threads of brilliant oolor so Interwoven Edited by REV JI. M. GOODELL.

I that the whole effect Is delightfully ot el and Furniture Sarno Fla.
I j'' soft and ploa lng. Lettuce green Cottages ,
'1 Mrs. Reed and daughter have lately ,
bright Frenoh
li i pink blue amethyst, ruby
ivory and black are combined with the utmost joined the lodge.Cambridge .

I I II Iq i hardihood and the result Is an ample Mass., with a population
,
tures.Justification of the astonishing mix of eight thousand has not had a saloon

,, A picture 1* given of an unusually pretty for' ten years.
wedding gown of whlt|0utin. The skirt The saloon forces worked hard for resubmission -

'pas a round train and the seam at each of the liquor question in
aide of the tabller Is outlined by two narrow 1
Kansas but failed.
ruffles of cream mouslI lIne de sole. ,
i 'The bodice has but one piece at the back The United States Brewers' Association ygyo

Y ) while In front there 1* a wide corselet, numbers one thousand memberp;

I"i2; starting from the undor arm Boams. The and has a capital o, three hundred roil- ,NCFF
I
I ?
abort bolero front la trimmed with three 1
lion dollars.
narrow inoussellne ruffles, and the straight
collar Is finished at the top with a. mouase- Twenty-five members were reported to

line ruoba The clone sleeve fans. small the Grand Lodge. Mr. Woodward was

i ,puff ending In three ruffles of mouslI lIne. elected delegate to the meeting of the
A garland of blossoms In IY
orange passes
t t front of the collar, and a trail of the same Grand Lodge at DeFunlak Springs, and 1/

flower follows the left side of the bolero. expected to attend, but; did not because 1 -

'; Clusters of orange flowers are placed at reduced rates could not be obtained. -.------_-

i Abe wrist. JUDIO CnoLLKT. There is a lively Band of Hope In -
it ,
'
Jerusalem, under the care of Miss Nut- r D .
Order :Reigns In This Trunk. tall; Lust Christmas the boys recitedan '

ff" I, The process of Improving trunks has Arabic dialogue written for them by { '
-
SAFETY COMFORT TIME LOW RATES
'boon steadily pursued since the days of their leader. QUICK
'the huge round topped Saratoga. The
The' Internal revenue reports show Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New Tortjj
modern trunk a triumph of ingenuity The above cut HOTEL Du NIL at Sarno Brevard
that the production of spirits for 1800 represents roughly The Fleet is composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche"
and perfection seems almost to have County, Florida, which is only I of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallic, Fla., "
i been reached. was 0(100,000( gallons more than for 1805./ and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast R'y. lias (new), "Algonquin. "Iroquois, "Cherokee, IISemJr

I What more can really be desired than License legislation therefore; does not depot, postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on North-Bound.

j a trunk that will open without being I check the growth of the drink evil. ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallle River, with view of Indian River on Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
II out from the wall against which the east less than half a mile distant and the Atlantic ocean 2$ miles away. Ispractically From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, :Tuesdays and 11m
pulled The new officers for the be- '
I quarter From CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays Welnosifii\ and 'P,
new-buildings completed in 1803.! The hotel and cottage is
every
For hour of sailing sue "Clyde Line Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally put",
1 have
been '
ginning February duly furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian -
I. elected and Installed. They are: Wm. : wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns all connected, give ample supply of the SouthBound.Steamers I,
I are appointed to sail from 1'ler ait, East River New York, at 3 p. m., ai foil'"!
I Woodward, C. T.; Mrs. Reed, V. C. T.; beat of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former For CHARLESTON, 8.C. Mondays, Wednesdays and F-f
I 4 John who died and the is owned Col. Aaron A. For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.: at Charleston and Mis. Woodward, P. C. T. and R. Seo'y owner, Green property now by (calling ), Mondays, Wednesdays rf
; DeGrauw of Jamaica Queen's County New York whose address until April 1st
,
,, i i Boston and Jacicsonvllle-DIRECT LINE, (Freight only.)
\< 1i1k Miss Florence Norwood, F. Seo'y; Rev. Is Oak Hill, Fla. 'Thnre is a large pavilion 100 feet square, cement floor, cement (Calling at Charleston, S. C. both )
., Goodell, Chaplain; Mrs. Scoble, treas. walks water works and garden. Best of hunting and fishing fresh and salt water; STEAMERS "OJiO. W. CLYDE" AND; "DELAWARE ways ,"
The National Temperance Advocate sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing beautiful !- are appointed to sail as follows: ,
that to abolish diminishthe 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'Vtarti>|
"trying or
<, i ij says convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's .
evils of the liquor trafllo by making cost to John Green was $48,000; now for sale at $10,000() ; half cash and half on

the whiskey-seller pay a high license, Is time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Address
like muzzling a mad dog's tall to prevent D. L. GAULDEN, Titusvllle, Fla. St. Johns River Line.DE .
,
: ?yi : hydrophobia. The bite is on the ( BARY LINE)

if i? other end. The only sure remedy Is to The Elegaat Iron Sldewheel Steamer

kill the dog." CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.
WHY ?
CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
The only blood-purifier admitted on Is appointed to sail as follows:
exhibition at the Chicago World's Fair Ye., why: do Bicyclists! Become Leaves Jacksonville, 3.30: p m, Sundays Tuesdays and Fridays tail>
was Ayer's Sarsaparilla, all others being Sanford Entedrrlse and Intermediate landings on the John s River.
and Leaves Sanford a.OO a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.
excluded as secret preparations
: AN IDEAL TRUNK patent medicines. With doctors and SOUTH OUNND' SCHEDULE. OllT1l!
k porters invariably jam it and of which pharmacists it has always been con Read d wn.

the bottom and other la sidered a standard remedy. Leave 3.30 p. m. .........................Jack onvlllll......................... Arrlv. f
part as
every 8.46 p. m. ...... ....................Palatka....................... ,. Leave. t
1 accessible as the top .... 3.00 a. m. ........... .... ........ .. Astor............................. .. In
One of the latest inventions is really When birds cease to sing rain and .. 4.30 a. m. .........................St. Francia........................... II I''
5.30 a. m. .... ..................... llereeford.......................... II IV
'( a movable cheat of drawers from any thunder will probably occur. 8.00 a. m. ........................D1\1e Spring.......................... II Ill.,'
t1 one of which articles can be removed Arrive.. S.30 a. m.......................... ..8..nford ............................. .: ,pi
8.M a. m. ........ ........ ....Ente rim.
without; disturbing the entire contents A stimulant Is often needed to nourish ".... ... ... ...".....".....So..Fin. Railroad Wb..rf (Sanford)..........................::-E'1Gen'I \
of the trunk. Things of .a fragile nature, and strengthen the roots and to keep the
Jacksort2.(
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too, are not endangered by the weight hair a natural color. Hall's Hair Re- IDEATINGEnthusiasts Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St..

r .of goods above them. newer is the best tonic for the hair. J.A.LESLIE, JBO.L. : FU.J
? Supt. HOWARD l'la.lI'r'C Agt. :I'.IROKMOMOEB,JR.,

i, _._ JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
"--- --- -- -- -" "- ------- THEO.G. Eaoiw.T.M., W.H.WAKBUBTOIT,E. H. CMD,I}
THEY note the quick response as the pedal is touched, P.A., M.
the smoothness of motion as they glide along, tbe 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
i aB1.f1C14e\L :S perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest 'WM. P. CLYDE CO., General Amnts. '
S Bowling Green.New Tork. 8o/toelaWare ,1 FbU
1 WANT M Av.
L strains, and then discover why we ask them to
SEE THAT CURVE I

: CIS No No Binding Swaying of Frames.Bearings. FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMP(

aNp NO OTH ER. Art Catalogue 4eta. In Stamp.

KEATING WHEEL CO.. MIddletown Ct.F. (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.)


,..,.. : r 7i1r I SEE? : W. BEERS, Agent, St. Augustlae Fla. Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchant]


i, DURHA --- L A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SAC

We purchased in January last the immense stock of Pianos, OcgAO'
I fl tj h: BICYCLES.Best line in the State. music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are cl

the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room V\:\
_a. line of the celebrated Conover, New England Schubert and KingsburT;
; We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $200: more w
asK for them :

j' LUTHT $150.00. Conover.. st7le K, waI................ ........'3110 Rain. B1'OI., s le 8, mab.............
.. .. Keb..... ........... ........ I'm Bohubert, 'J8. ............
.. .. J.eD................... ..... 2uo Malcolm Lore wal..............'
Illq FOWLER, $100, 7500. .. ,wal ...................... Steinway .b............ .
II ? .eb.."".................... 40x Everett,: eb...............
H"K: waI......................... 3'J.5 ....".....
CLEVELAND, $100 $g .oo. ,. 22, waI..................... 300 KtDpbury.. styleA eb.............,
Tea wUI t.id sae aS.gw :: :: 2'Jmab..... ."... .....1.. 300 KDabeGrand ...... ......;:
...... ...\ Iwo 0eaa.s sag. WESTFIELD $75.00' 6000. i' ..........."......... 2'111 8tuyY8B&DI .eb..........:7.. ,
1 sb. ........... .. 2 O" ........:
i a5N t__............... Hal..nN Brae., :n: 88'e:.::::::....,.,.........700 N.w.byOEvsne .b..M waI. :
3 Nor slag ., I..k.w.11' m .. .. .. ............ 115 Jill. H.Star. eb.... .....::!:
a-
: D....... U.y. ... \ ............. 190 Morris,, .

of ..... ............ ..-- er, B. F. MANIER. Jr.. put Some In thorough ot these order pianos, and baTe been rented, but we have had them re-PO
'We guarantee them to be satisfactory
.e.4 r..a _.po.w...... fauded. We furnish ..
a stool t
: I + .lve a .....,.al..... p_ j t Jacksonville Fla. IOD"lle; cash or Installment., Sheet scarf music instruction at half book price.and Write delivered us.FREYBB .
i I l' was sad "'W .. 4e.... I
p' COMP "
i I A BRADLEY MUSIC
g- With Freyei A: Bradley Music Co.
24 East Bay Street, JacksoorUM j
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MNA HOUSE EEC>-.x.-.EJoL-S. I IFischer's T ". II" ]E'IaORIm:: : A

*. (FORMERLY HOTEL. SPENCE) _

A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Cottage. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.

I house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now
ban ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home tourists and
to
Wing publlo generally. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friends Pn1D1: S1roo1: :, Tit: 'U.s'Vn1o, hla. C. B. KNOTT, GenM Superintendent.ST. .
Hast, Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, FIE Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pUG drinking -
water.
Rates: $2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. AUGUSTINE
CIIR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. Alcazar
New hotel, new furniture, modern Im- ,
PALMS provements. Fronting on beautiful Lake JOS. 1'. GREAVES, Manager
Worth. Now open for the winter of 0(1( Open :November first toJ lay first
and '9i. $2.00 to $3.00( per day. Special The Hotel Placid.a Opened c-

i by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. Jannary, 1894 Casino, I

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

the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west !Swimming:! Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths.
AN BEACH I-30USE.r one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout.
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus moots all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and Ponce de Leon.
upwards. !Special:! rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.WHITE'S '
ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. GILLIS &: MURRAY, Managers '

site Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Ratesg -- Open January to April. '. '
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 I\nllMarcb.

-- Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table. ORMOND.
SAN JUAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A
modern, homelike hotel, with every con- Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per week. The Ormond, "
venience; northern white help. Write
Orlando, Fla. for book. Open the year round. J. J. WHITE, Proprietor. ANDERSON & PRICE Managers. '
April.
December
Open to .


Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leon. :aO'I'EL:: :: :SELLE: 7'"trE: :., PALM BEACH Royal, Poinciana I

BUCKINGHAM New Family Hotel. Extensive .
grounds. Melbourne, Florida. .
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Large; rooms. Rates reasonable. (Overlooking the Famous Indian: River) .'UED'STEnny, Manager. > 'v

St. Augustine, Fla. GEO. C. HOWE. Open January to April. '.'*! ,

Palm I Beach I Inn, I. ..'],?;;;

Rest Location'in the' City. Directly FRED STEKRY \ '
Manager.Open
L GRANADA facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. _
I Rates $2.50 and upwards per day. December to Mny. ., I.d,

St. Augustine Fla. H. W. WACHENHUSEN, Prop. :'.
Palm Beach Casino, ,. *.'

E. A. WATSON!:! Superintendent, ;'
Salt Water Swimming Pool. Surf Bathing' \L \
: -1 Fishing from Ocean) IMer. :,.'
.

................... ........ .. .........,........ ..,......... .. '. MIAMI, ',. .)\liH'a "::

,. Under New Management.,, 'f&v Royal Palm II. W., MERRILL, Manager\ f 1

.....,......................... ........ ..... ..... .............. .. On Blscayno Bay. Open January 1,1897.'
; New York Office, 26 Broadway. '
One minute from Railway Depot| near niwtnfllne,churches and itrhnol. Flnt-rlium laundry In
connection with hotel. Rates i -.60 to$J 00 per day| Bjieclnl rotes. lt. C.tMI'aRLt.hY the weak,or}'mprlotor.1 month.W. Send to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folder of the East Coast.,

Mrs. &. M. CAMYHItLL, Manageress. __. __ _.___. _n_ ____ __ __ ____ _______.___._ ____._.
River __ _. _____ ___-_- __ _____ --- __ w___ -

otel Indian SEMINOLE HOTEL V! ;!. GRAND VIEW HOTEL. .


edge Fla. Opened January 15 1897 .x-.., TitiiMvlllo; 1T'loI.ldu. <1'<1/1
All the Year.
_ Open The above hotel lit now open and In full running order, and the table is sup-
fES $3.00: AND UPWARDS PER DAY. plied with All the market alTords, -such as game, Huh, oysters, eto.
"'V"os1: Pn1D1 Benoh, F1or1.d.n. A carriage; moots. all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-class. laun-
WEBB & ALDEN, Pioprietors. dry attached to the hotel.
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to J. G. BAST Proprietor.

the Railway Depot. Free'buss to and from trains. .. .. .
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Boats attached to the hotel, with fishing ;tackle on board, for the use of
-J. A. IfAPrERSETTE.INRIAN ..
Plaza H.ote1.
e .$' guests.RATES : From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special rates by the week or
month :::: RIVER:: HOTEL: : : ,.
11!. J. BOYCE, ':Manager.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. wrf'' '' r
okled e. Florida. r TITUSVILLE

Indian Iliver
..C>N" XN"J:: :>XA.N" :EI.rv-EB.:: I ...Hotel Algonquin... a' "". r; Fla.


fe airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. FORMERLY LYNN'S HOTEL T ri '
Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving.S. k'-- J. A. HAPPKRSETTE

H. 'PECK, Proprietor. MA NAG EH.
0 oniQu, ._ tIII
i Managing;Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel, r J Open All The Year.<<

bapaclty for 300 guests. IIIIIII'c\ \ \ o\t\\ -

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g jjfWtBffrttrTri }ivd tif4 a Only ft few minutes'
W C>PmN": .... < SrLvit.lJ1'L "l1iiirtr4i walk from Railway stations
II y !r.. IAM1sIl: 1 i iii''wi'ii ,|iugiutii'"i| ivisni' and Steamboat lundn -
m 1ileYp 1 ni m u hi"".
Hotel. '
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W Rockledge i On the banks of the
,,,, ..-- far-famed Indian River.

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STANTON
ok ed.ge., F orid.a.w............... .... .....w................ ...... HOUSE.

H. E. BEMIS, M'gr., Mohonk Lake N. Y. -
,- D. J. JONES, Proprietor. I
zy winter residence, homelike comforts, excellent table, northern help -
ove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur-
lt Prices moderate. Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms 't to '
Send for Illustrated circulars. H. P. SHARES, v--

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric Bells In every room. p Families.
Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with line 9
Ocean View All white help. Rates *i.OO per day and upward Special Weekly
Rates. Sample Koom. M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor, Two Minutes Walk from Central
EL ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
MELBOURNE, THE COLONNADES, Depot.CHATTANOOGA.

.-t = .J TENN..
(On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.)

E, Indian River, FLORIDA. SEABREEZE, FLORIDA. Lorillard: : 'V'i11a._ --. -. .. .--.----.-- -- -- -. .-

I the year round. Good Fish- Street .
St. George ,
Travelers' Hotel
Ing and Yachting.. Rates, This hotel Is delightfully situated; Is v AUGUSTINE FLA. ,
ST. ,
heated by steam; has Electric Lights, "

'l etress, MRS. C. J. HECTOB.
ly u most pleasant all-the-year-round hotel city, midway between the post
This Hotel is now under new management
Its
on the East Coast.Rates$2.50 office and City Gates. surroundings

;a Hotel x and $3.00 per day. I ', .the are grounds exceedingly being picturesque unsurpassed and has been thoroughly renovated throughout.

$12.50 to $15.00 per week.C. d y by any private hotel In
'Y
the city. Bu meets all Trains, and Electric Car. pans door. Bath rooms and aW
AUGUSTINE, FLA. C. POST, Proprietor. 4 Conveniences on every floor.

r s 4 ,M1e. Terms:-92.00 per day. ceii: : A.11 tlao Y"'ear.-

nlsh ntrally Plaza located.and Fronting the Atlantic the PINE FOREST INN, Special Rates by the week. Rates, :-American Plan, $2 to $:J.50; European, COo to $I. Special by the week.

Splendid view from its long and Mrs. F1NLEY. Proprietress.
Summervllle, S. C. and Cold
ndas. Electric Bells, Hot ,
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; $2.00 per day and upward. NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.A $ Bath.
1 !Special:! rates by the week. -- -
ass table board at reasonable first-class Winter Resort In every Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. :aO'r'Er... COIfcTCOl: ;, .
respect. Electric Lights, Elevators and
MBS. A. S. PELL. all other modern Improvements for comfort MIAMI, FLORIDA.
convenience and pleasure. A fine .
Bicycle Track has been added to the Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one
many other attractions. The climate of The Holly Inn : + block[ from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Blscayne Day. Rate-
Summerville Is unsurpassed Situated $2 per day and upward. Special rate by week or month.
on the South Carolina & Georgia R'y.,
ding dealers twenty-two mile. from Charleston, S. C.
For circulars or any Information wanted DaytOJ-a.: Florida.=
ferywhere sellIRY'S address W. M. UAIGIIT, Manager; The New Hotel Elliot .
Summervllle, S. C., or ,
SEEDS F. W. WAGENER& CO., Proprietors, Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which Is unsurpassedfor i
Charleston, S. C. ACCOMMODATING 200 OUEST8.
:th.IOM or Mm*.Ubw(ad frond Boating and Fishing. FLA.
and fits. JACKSONVILLE
Cor. Day Bridge -
b plntlB. Md fir... .Tb.markrtW. .... ,tsar's foil of ch.ttetwU.sw l> WANTED to travel for responsibleestablished Good Bicycle Road Excellent Table. Carriage meet all trains. Nearest hotel by five block to union depot. Rates-Booms 50 73o $1,. 91.90
rh.b..,t do ud.eo.ass.pkolr.lw booN la Florida. Salary and 92: per day; with board $2: $2.50, $3: mod I3.6O: per day. Special rate by
5..1 AD.a.l fns.D. Rate*:-From $2.50 per day. and,.
week or month and for large parties. Overlooking St. John River. Newly
N.IRRT a CO., $780 and Position penn an-
D.tvoN, Mloli.s ent. Reference.expenses.Enclose self-addressed Special by week or month. elegantly furnished; all modern Improvement; two block of union depot. ,: Clyde
The National Star S. 8.Wharf and postoffice. : .
stamped Insurance envelope.Bldg., Chicago. o. :80fPSId9, Pr pr. J. E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and )f&l8ler.INDIAN .



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i Newark, N. J.: Miss IL Zlttel, New York to'try to follow. Malabar.
I I II' City; Mrs. John A. Milburn, Chas. C. That to his sorrowing and bereaved I THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM
Mil burn, Miss Maud Milburn, Washington relations the officers and members of C
''Ml D. C.; Mr. and W. II. Ilarlan] Bol- Company C. extend their heartfelt sym- J. F. Wootcn of Cocoa, spent Tues-
lair, Md.; Mr: Merwin, New Haven, Ct'i; pathy In their great trouble.R. day with us, going from here to MIcco.

Mr. Geo.A. Mnith. New York City; Mr. FREEMAN HALL, ) Subscribe for the pink paper of the Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
Otto, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs. C. Louis K. MYKRS: S Committee. East Coast-the ADVOCATE
1f'I (;. Banks, New Rochelle! N. Y.; Mr. and G. CARY-ELWES, )
!' j Mrs. C. C. Currier, Newark, N. J.; Mr. The merchant boat Norma, J. McLeanIn LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We ,
f'I f'IR ''j'' and Mrs. M. Douglass, Haverford, Pa.; CARD OIT THANKS. command, was in this port on the 14th

Mr. O. Currier, Newark, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. and Miss Compton wish to thank and 15th Inst.

For Sale, Mrs. L. C. McFarlane, Uownlngton, Pa. most sincerely all tho friends of their Albert Carroll was at his home here have for sale a large list of
carefu
In the evening progressive euchre was dear Dwight, for their most comforting several days this week, returning to
:t Common and fancy pineapple] plants. indulged In, eleven tables being used. ministry of kindness to him and to them. Grant on Monday. selected Indian River Properties.

4' till other Forty citrus acres to trees select from. Lemon and Mrs prize,A.and II.felt Smith highly carried elated off at the the fact first, And friends to and the acquaintances young men and, his boys mother, his Frank Conkling, one of 1Iioibourne'spopular Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast 1

I JAMBS HOLMES, as it was the second successful prize she and most Intimate friend, would say: young men, was in town on Canal and Transportation Co.
'1 Jensen, Fla. bad won. The fact Is, that although Do not think that a pure life, a life de- Sunday. J
Mr and Mrs. Smith are the eldest guests voted to God, is necessarily followed by C. W. Bolton attended' the Masonic CpiN-1: .L L.A.rv-nS.: : I
at the) Plaza hotel], It does not follow early death. lodge at Melbourne last. Wednesday. and
Land For Sale. that they are the slowest-no, not by' The Lord has work here In this world umpired a ball game between picked Florida Southern Hallway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Cot-
H, d any means-for they frequently carry for those that hate evil, as well as workin nines of that place. Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co
:1 Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of off the prizes In friendly games of whist the other world for those whom he school good this and other Low Priced Lands. ''
their The singing was
and euchre-leaving younger calls and this world needs
Creek away early
land Hawthorn near Myers.W. ;
on
Miami Fla. opponents away behind. strong men to live long lives of right, week, and R. A. Conkling feels quite Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
S. THOMAS, encouraged over the progress his scholars
do'ng. Our Dwight was here because I Titusville 'Florida.
FOR first class shoemaklng and repairingcall we had a hope that Florida would en- are making.Mr.
For Charter. on J. A. Daughtery, Washington able him to combat the catarrhal disease and Mrs. Or. A. Brainard, of Val-
avenue, Titusvllle, Fla. Shoes madeto which was his by Inheritance.I karla, were here on Monday, the guestsof -
i The fine sloop] Yankee Doodle can be order In fine style think he was here also, in part, at C. C. Carroll and family. Mr. Brain-
''i chartered by the day, week, or month; least, that he might meet you, and by ard Is owner and master of the schooner ForWagons\
I between Ormond and Miami. INDIAN his active, cheerful enjoyment of a life Olivette, and has just returned from a
f, Good nywbere accommodations for ladies For THE % which he tried hard to keep true to the cruise down the river.
; I highest, In spite of dire temptation, to Of All Kinds
further particulars, write to The Sunday school and Christian En- ,
I call to who know it not and tell
CAPT. GEO. Cook, The Indian River region Is undoubtedly you deavor both had A large attendance on
I I Titusville Fla. known of section you that a life of righteousness is more Carts and Harness also
the most widely any Sunday. Miss Forrest led the evening_ Buggies Gcncrj
profitable than a life of sin. He felt ,
of the state-especially In South Florida.Of meeting, and Miss Carroll is leader for
that this was true for him, even though
e Birds and Animals Mounted. section late years for visitors It has become and tourists tne ,lavnrite and is his life was short in this world. To the Endeavor next Sunday.C. :aZOYOLEI: R .AJEl.XNG: : ,

I those who to stand for Bolton has trees budded
are trying righteousness W. orange '
East Coast Rail-
reached by the Florida Go or send your orders to ROBT. E. MI MS, Jr.
I R. C. Scrlmgoour taxidermist. Birds and Jacksonville, Tampa & Key let his life speak as an en- since the freeze that are now in blossom. ,
I i hI And animals mounted In the best style. West way Railway, says Florida. Echoes. couragement that it is worth while to There will be a great abundance of Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusvllle, 1 p:|
Address, Washington avenue, Indian River runs parallel with the try, even where all about you Is against orange blossoms here In a few weeks,
II i (Corner of Main st.,) Atlantic coast-northwest and southeast your endeavors. and a considerable crop of oranges is
Tltusvllle, Fla. -extending south of latitude 27 degreesand "He, being dead, yet speakoth." expected this season.

,-- running north of 28| degrees, mea Geo. W. Washburn was here Sunday PAXTON & HATC
uring from one to six miles wide and Jupiter-Juno Canal. from his vegetable farm at Wildwood, on \
I Hew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. from four to twelve feet In depth of the east side of the river. He reports

K q, I Ii channel; but In many places one may President Geo. F. Miles, of the East things booming over there, and ships on
wade more than balf-a-mlle from shore. Coast Line Canal & Transportation Co., an average seventy crates of beans per DEALERS IN-
This river abounds In every kind offish I to save time In condemnation suits, 'bas week, at $3.50 per crate.
. ., i ) Df but is noted for Us superb mullet, purchased the right-of-way for the canal
I which are unusual in size, sometimes which is to be cut between Jupiter andJuno. The at Palm Beach. Dry Goods Notions Gents
f measuring two feet In length. The The land Is paid for, and Mr. Survey ,
0I sheep's head, sea trout, cavalli and bass Miles has the deeds in his possession.
are plentiful] and are large and fine. The work will now proceed. Dr. Grant, The Secretary of War, on Monday, at
I t The southern end of the river Is spotted son-in-law of the late Contractor Cabot, Washington, transmitted to the House Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats C Gf[
Ooi with extensive oyster beds, and the bivalves will have charge: of the dredging. a report on the results of a survey at ,
are large and of superior flavor. President Miles has been down the Palm Beach. The plan of Improvement
Turtles) are also numerous) and sell well river this week looking after a suitable proposed contemplates the constructionof Hardware, Crockery, Corn, Oats and .Hay, High Grade ,
In season. location to build another dredge-boat, to a breakwater on the reef, a out throughthe
The Indian River separated from the fill the place of the one recently wrecked reef, and the dredging of a basin In- eeries Fishing Tackle Ammunition and General Hercaandisi.!
Atlantic by a narrow strip of land, all near Jupiter.A side. The total estimated' cost of the ,
which Is less than one mile In width.
of work Is fOOO.OOO.
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B.OOJE.LElX:
i / The land along this strip Is for the most Reading Club In Titusvllle. G-El"
part poor and sandy, but occasionally are
hammock lands. Fishing at Rockledge.
Being
found rich so
The second meeting of the Octagon
It has the benefit of .
Atlantic
i ,4 near the In ,Its state, and this Reading Club was held at the residence Fishing at this place has been good
/ the sea breeze pure ,
of Mrs. Wm. M. Brown on Wednesday P. E. McMDRRAY & BAKER.
combined with the mild, gentle climate afternoon, when there was a full attend- this week. Several of the Plaza guests : ---.
and latitude renders It famous have been making some catches, among -
Stationary Marine IK to 125 H. P. The of a southern ,
Safest,mOAt Reliable,Economical and Durable for health, and sickness Is seldom encoun- ance of Its eight members. A very en- them Messrs. Zittel and Burdlck, who Wholesale and Retail
Power for Launches. Auxiliary Power for joyable] time was spent with Longfellow, llolbs. of black bass with hook
yachts and business boat,and where stationary tered along the river. after which refreshments were plenti- caught
power Is required. Pine lands are abundant and some are and line at Lake Polnsett; while Mr.
BENJ. W. JEROME, of very fair productive Quality, with fully supplied by their entertaining Cook of Woonsocket, R. I., hauled In aOib.
hostess. These kind social
i Bole Representative for Manufacturers In the beautiful sites Immediately] upon the gatheringsare $ bass, and Mr. Burdick, of Toledo, Carriage Wagon
much needed in town and
State of Florida. ROCKLEDOB!: FLA. river. The hammock lands of this section our we 0., a321b. bass.
; and are pleased to note that another meetingof __ _
aw-Catalogue8 prices on application. to the
. are peculiarly adapted growthof M
.
the club will take place at the residence and Materir"
.... tropical fruits, such as oranges, lime, of Mrs. Louis A. Brady, next -Miss Stella Mlms Is teaching at the
:"1';<<' lemons citron, banana, ] ,guava. Wednesday afternoon, when a full Titusville public school in place of Mrs.
sapodllla, date, cocoanut, cassava, and attendance of members is requested. J. R. Anthony, whole sick.

I J FOR SALE. others to the year too numerous'94 the orange to mention.formed_ the Up Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles] Hand Carts, etc,I

-.._ principal crop, but since that time, or Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
I 11 that memorable freeze, the farmers have

IF Yon Are Looting for a Bargain gone In for diversified crops more To Florida Tourists.DON'T -
% I generally. The pineapple Is now forgingto
. II The Clear View Pineapple Plantation the top, and supplying a profitablecrop. The NewSelden
ks for sale, for less than one-half Its ac- The orange. Industry In also being/
revived again.Numerous Return to New York by the same route which
tual value, as a whole or In lots to suit ,
purchasers Terms exceptionally reasonable. run under the springs blutf/ and of excellent by sinking water wells brought you Into Florida, when you can

Come and see property if pos- some fifteen feet deep, water can be Return via. Key WestOn Cypress Door ConpjOpened

S Bible, If not, address obtained almost anywhere. The woods the Elegant Steamers of the "Mallory Line or you may take a sea-trip into
HARRY W. RICHARDS, In this country abound In small game Texas from the same. point and then home by rail. Just think It over and then
and deer, beats, and an occasional panther write to CIIAS. DAVIES, Agent, : A. FLA.
I Eden, Florida. with an admirable, range for all 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville for particulars. ,
kinds of stock. Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to

One of the Largest and Best Door Sash B''
IRS. CAROLINE WASHBURN ROCK WOOD For Sale. 1807 Model Equipped ,
In Stock ; The St. Augustine Cycle Co.
h OP NEW YORK One hundred dollars takes these four Victor $100. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States,

' Solo & Choir Directorof lots: 3,8,11, block 10; lot 6, block 17, ,
.. Soprano :
Titusvllle Fla. Sterling $100. Has the best line of wheels
And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of (
>C the Memorial Church St. Augustine 1[. M. GHANNISB!, Orlando, Fin] Rambler; $80. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tin
UOBBINS & GIIAHAM Co., Titusvllle. and sundries in the state. All possible and workmanship at our hands. Our production will fl

HIN: Receives vocal pupils for February and Crescent, $30, $75. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glaa: ,J
March. Kinds of bicycle I repair work
i? .v A Bright Young Life Passes Pates, $60. --,

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-- -" ---- --- $35.
: Away.It Special, neatly done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Expos
e n0n0 has the Atlanta,Oa.,18WJ.
rr: As an advertising medium, no best bicycle; roads In F. W. BEERS,. Prop.
; paper on the East Coast can boat the Is with much regret we chronicle]

Ii, ADVOOATK. Give us a trial advt., the death of Mr. Dwight W. Compton, THE GI H.
I and be convinced of the pink paper's which occurred at the hour of 12:30: (half HAMMOND COMPAN

worth. an hour past midnight) last Monday Lumber and Co.
Michigan
I P morning, at the residence of his motherat Manufacturing
Sunbeam-about a mile west of Titus
I
i. "St. Valentine Celebration at the ville. Ills demise was due to inflammation MANUFACTURERS OP PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond
; Plaza Hotel Kocklcdge. I of the stomach. Deceased's .
remains Interred In the Titusville
= were

cemetery on Tuesday morning, a large Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Stuff Sidings Flooring Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,\
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Mr. and Mrs A. II. Smith, of Enon, concourse of sympathizers attending this ,
I {; (0., who are two of the eldest guests of last tribute of respect to the one they --- Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, :FII
the Plaza hotel, Rocklodge, at the present loved so well. Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work.

time, and who have boon spendingthe Mr. Compton had been sick two or Good work and material at low Take 'car Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards Hams and Bellies.
Main
I I past three weeks there with their or three weeks, and was attended by Dr. prices. street line to mill and ,

daughter, Mrs. Wells, of Indianapolis, B. R. Wilson, but the news of his death office.
\ Ind., not wishing to bo outdone by the was a sad surprise to many and a heart- "VVrl.1eu.s: ; :ror lr1oes.:
junior guests of the hotel In the celebration ''I rending blow to the fond mother and Telephone(old line) 433.::: Jacksonville Fla.
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of St. Valentine's Day, concluded sister he leaves. Although only 10 yearsof
to vary the ordinary run of' age, deceased was a remarkably bright
j amusements on this occasion. So, last and earnest young man, and had taught Now is Your ChanceTo
I i Saturday, Mr. Smith, whose Imagination successfully through several terms In
I 1 is always the alert, concluded to
on pro- the public soh jols] erf this county, being
I sent his wife to his legion of friends, by In charge of the LaGrange school when
I 4 holding] a reception. Mrs. Smith entered he was taken ill. lie was well liked by Start Lemon
I I fully Into the spirit of the Idea for the all with whom he came in contact, and a Grape Fruit or Orange Gitj
i.:"1... I pleasure] of her husband; and Mr. Smith, his loss will be deeply felt by the com- ,
-. ( having his room ornamented In a truly munity in which he has resided, as he In order to encourage; and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits In San
'fI!. '1 Oriental style and artistic manner, his was a Christian, ambitious and exem- Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will, during tla,
'.. 1 wife, In her regal Plaza received the plary young man, whose future life In DO days, make a reduction of fifty ((50) per cent In freight rates on Nurse.1
I proffered guests of the with a cor- this world seemed! full of promise.The over-its line to points south of Titusville.
fir dial hand-shake. Each lady and gentle- ADVOCATE joins with many others
;, man, after being presented, was regaled In condoling with the bereaved mother JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,
r, i S with wine, pineapple, bonbons and sister In their sad loss.
{',, and then passed on toemake room THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. November ST. AUGUSTINE, F
t for others. The affair continued for two 17, 1800.
e ; hours, amid great fun, and was heartily RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT.! -

I enjoyed by those participating, the following ( HEADQUARTERS Co. C, OTII BATT., J'U.s Trad.e Sollol.1od.: : .
being a list of the names of the ) FLORIDA STATE TROOPS.TrrvsviLU GEORG MARX. JOHN M"U1.
allers : Mr. and Mrs. Wlllard Abbott, Rye and Corn per gal. ... ." "..>H9P gal............. 6.00
Cleveland, O.t Mrs. E. J. Pennock, MerchanTille -- FLA., Feb. 18, '07. Tom Cognac S,Holland Sii-vL, ......!.... IJIO> ap irWoto1JJf. Catawb6, Fort MARX BB.OS
and
Blackberry She .
n, N. J.; Mrs. Oeo. Pfelller, Jr., Your committee, appointed to draft Apple Brandies...........,........ IJIOup Botu.dr t Cla.d.pr" des ADgotUca................. 1.00 ap
? Camden, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs John A. resolutions commemorative of the deathof Sioux Rye per gal.................. Sun 1mp.Sherries ga1.......... ".00 1.IOUp t 0 e.1IO Wholesale Dealers
wld.n Crown Rye, rgal..... ... 400 (tort. ...__ In-
I Lornax.Rapids Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Taylor, Private Dwight W. Compton, begs to Shawnee Rye: per gml.............. o.oo Imported Imp. Oporto Gina, per p sal rjjml...llli4! .oo to8.00??? : "
Oramd Mich. Mr. and Mrs. Groceries:
; Hall, submit the following : Fine Fruit a .d.hrodlac:: :
Boston }\(.... Imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos Cigars $1.50 100
I I ; Mr. Cook (R. A.), Woon- That In the death of Dwight W. Comp and per 131 and lab East
socket, R. I.; Mrs. Ballou, Mr. F. E. ton the company loses one of Its most Will upward Send money with all orders. All tugs 15c. per gal. extra. JLLatr Bay Street and .3 and as Newaaa atreet.
I Cook Wooosocket, R. I.; Mr. Devlin, loyal and faithful members, and the when mall complete price list on application. A will be boxed l OD.V'I.1.1e": I F10r
desired
Plttsbnrg Pa. Mr. and without extra charge. Send for price list.
; Mrs. Peck, Pe- community an honored and valued cttl-
I toikey, Mich.; Mr. and Mrs. Bacon, J. H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St., ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT THE C.tables. C.
aen.That HOUSES
. d New London, onn.; Mr. and Mrs Frank the short life that has been
I Buck, Atlantic City, N. J.; Mr. and Mrs. vouchsafed him afforded an example of JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
t W. II. LsfcghUn.! Canton, 0.; Mr. and honesty of purpose, strict adherence to TO GROWERS:- as know what haye Fruit arfjj
Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the Ret1ll118 you In the way of d
Mrs. Gray, Virginia Mr. WIllard Athe1"ton spirit prompt and '
; principle and cheerful attention to duty, and wine trade. Peu. Write lure. We supply] the beet Seed PotatoeS
A Tailor Pa.; Mrs. Charlotte] Currier, which It would be well for his comrades nl for our wholesale price list of g oceriea.

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