Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00068
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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: March 5, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00068
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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01. 14. DSTo. 4. TITUSVILLE, FLA., :FRIDAY; : MA.RCI-I 5, 897.' Price, 5c.

LOCAL NEWS J3T": JOB PRINTING at this office. Rend This Column Carefully. ALL TilE LATEST and most popular Ladle, Cents and Children's 11 OTIC L) NOTKH.WIIKIIK : .

songs of the day, at Chaffee & Co a. SlioeN.

d Topics of General Interest.ty THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, LOCAL ADVTS. Ten Cents Per Line, Per \: to utikfw See list of totals on

Titusville, is making immense reductions Week, on this (front) page. DO YOU NEED A HAT 1 P>> If so, yon If you need anything in the way of our tith and Tth pages.

and General Oomlp In connection in the prices of gents' winter could not do better than Inspect the fine shoes, we have Just received We now have open In Titusvllle two

ith BUoayne Hay Lake Worth Indian clothing of all kinds. Make it a pointto LADIES' SHOES. Those of the gentlesex large and choice assortment of stiffs fifty dilTeroat stylos-any color you can hotels-the Indian River unrf flrand
what will and Alpines at the Eagle Clothing mention, amid of all the latent shades. View
nana and Halifax: : Rivers Key Went see they are offering-It needing anything in this line /
You will do well to examine these shoes
d I all other Important Point along; thet certainly bo to your interest. would do well to examine the elegant Store, Tltiisvillo. Prices marked away before buying elsowlioie. If you wa-nt a bargain Just road, the

Coast of Florida. Brief mention of display at the Eagle Clothing Store, '' down, so do not miss this opportunity Jui.lurt KLINK, TlniHvlllo. advt. of hotelri)tta ON, IIlI'nlt..re, land,

creating Event from Various Parts -Mrs.\ A. Becker, of Montreal, Can Titusville, before purchasing elsewhere' etc, for snit un our Uth page. This Is a
I the World About People You Know ada, is now stopping at Rockledge. Mall orders promptly attended to. Congressman C. M. Cooper has returned good thing fn some energetic flotul'man.
You Don't Know- Picked to Jacksonville from Washington --1011'.1\11111\11'11.. J. Holler nnd daiiffli-/
aUCorre.pomlenta -Conductor M.( Dean is one of the ter, of Eton, Pa., who. have Item stopping Romcmb,.the Plant System of hotel
f by Our Society Editor and a large the popular employes of the Florida East COOL SODA, Etc., at Cliaffeo A Co's. -Mr. John Henry, of Melbourne at Rockloilge awl Melbourne for ,are all upon.Manager .
along Coast Ry.Mr. Beach, has been in town several days Hovoial weeks ll\ t.left for :St. Augustine
t Coast of Florida. this week. / Taylor, at the Casinos St.
and Mrs. G. C. Banks, of New HKADQUAHTKIW: for Singer sowing ma- yesterday, Augustine, i 1& always I Introducing something .
Uvatch for tIle steamboat excursion Rochelle, N Y., are still sojourning at chines. W. It. Knox, agent, Titusville. Messrs. Blakesleo brothers, of South -Ou our 8th pljtwill bo found the now.

i Titusvllle\ to Eau Gallie. Hotel Plaza, Rockledge. Rocklcdgo, caught 4.1:>> Ibs. of fish on udvt. of Chas. T. MoBrido, dealer in

f Representative R. A. Ilardee of -Attorney Geo. M. Robbing left here ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, Monday i fresh moats, groceries and provisions, Very at gay time and at tile East all ConMthot..l" ttbo
proxont, nearly seem >
stun, was a pleasant visitor to town last Saturday for New York, to attendto 10 cents yard, at -Mrs. John Houston and her daughter' Meltxiurno. Ito Is one of tie oldest doing a good business.Mr. .
(Tuesday. some legal matters. CHAFFKK *; Co's, Laura, of Eau Gallie, spent A few daysIn merchants tho ilhovo town, und solicit
Titusvllle Fla. a share of patronage. norm Mrs Harvey S. Dunnison of
Titusville the first of the week.G your
of St. Augustine
Leo ,
Capt. Vogel, -Dr. and Mrs. Walter Ela, of Cambridge > the Chicago" Beach hotel, have been stopping -
eed through here, Monday, on a busi- M. Davis & Son -Rev. Father Plkovlch, of 1 Patomou
Mass., friends of Mrs. A. Becker, are cOllstructlllf.tfourl'ltK.gallon at ttto Royal Paint Miami this.
i trip to Miami. are stopping at Rockledge.The DRESS GOODS. Call or send for samples ) cypress tanks for the N. J., Is still a /guest at the Grand View week.
Club willet of our Now and Stylish Dress Florida Extract Company at Titusville. hotel at this plaoo. He will bo joined
The Octagon; Reading members of St. Gabilel's 'Guild Goods. Largest and Most Fashionable there by several more priests from I'viin- Manage Rumor Glllis, of the POUCH do
at the residence of Mrs. C. F. Fls- will meet at 2 p. m. every Friday during Stock on the East Coast.J. -Mr, Bert Ivos, of Philadelphia, aylvania. to-ntoriow (Saturday! ), by whom Loon, Is the right man In ttu right place.

er on Wednesday afternoon next. Lent, instead of 4 o'clock ns heretofore. W. KHTKH, bt. Augustine. killed a six-foot alligator at La Grange mass will lilt celebrated lu the Catholic Everyono.puaks! In high praUu of his.

,Mrs. W. A. Ronald, who has been -Among those in town this week I last week. lie says he will tako the church oil Sunday next, the 7th Inst. managomaut of time front of the house;

ting friends at Daytona, retained to from down the river were: Messis. A. i TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN hide homo to-monow. Father Dtkovloh hold mass hole last while Mr Murray's culinary dopmtmont

f home at Lotus on Wednesday. L. Hatch, W. II. Sharpe John Houston, Away to any person who will plant it ,-Tho Florida East Const Railway Is Sunday. deserves onitlclm'ablo praise.Mr. .

Gen'l Freight Agent; W. J. Jarvis, R. D. Hoke, J. F. Wooten, Dan E. In Brevaid county. Call at the ADVOCATE putting a quantity of new ties Into the -We re iet that a previous engage-/ J. J>. White, proprietor of Whito's

St. Augustine was in town a short Miller. office, Titusville, and get some. track of the Oimond Y, In order to make mental Palm Beach to-nun'row vtlll piocliule Cottage,, Itncklodgo, Is said to havo had

|llle\ on Wednesday, on his way south. -Mrs. W. II. Gridley and her two Or, send stamp to pay postage. it ready for the anticipated Influx of our attending the following 10coptioui a very successful l season. The rates an
private cars. "Mm.\ Million requests the pleasure low, suet Hovol'lll who have stopped there
wife bright little girls who recently
Vice-president J. R. Puirott have, beena in bt. Augustine,from St. Paul, Minn., MONKY. We want money to loan on first -Mr. Jas. Carnell, of Ormond, was In of Mr. C. II. Walton's company, on say they Bro well pleased with the accommodation
child, of St. Augustine, Saturday, March (mil from" titian to live, afforded by Mi. ami Mm.Whlto. .
real estate mortgages. Ten cent last for the
visit to the Royal Palm, Miami, this are the guests:( of Mr. and Mrs. Grant G. per Daytona: on Saturday purpose
to meet MIsH Wai-nor (Helen llaiuouit) .
k. Springer. free of all expenses to lender. D. L. of making arrangements to send a

Gaulden, Titusvllle, case of East Coast guavu. jelly to Mis. at Merritt"Mr. Over fifty per cent macro business way
r There was a meeting of Brevard -Rumor says that the steamer Silver Wm. McKinley, wife of our president. Gooriro F. :Milos.\ rnoHldont and done at Hotel Alcazar this week, than

unty (school Board this week, all the King big will steamer stop St.running Augustine to-moriow will take and STRAW HATS STRAW HATS 1 II! A Commodoio F. D. Hughes, who Is general iiiiiuivgor of the -F. (/'. L. C. & T.Co at a ooiiesnoiidlng. time last yeai. rolaulitOI' -
M merabeis and Supt. J. II. bains In all the newest of tliloiilthTitusvllle Uieavim ami his
her place on Wednesday-connecting big stock shapes, now making Miami his headquarters, Is ", bt. AugiiMtllio, l'ILMRo(1 tuisty rlglit-haud
fag present. with the J. T. & K. W. Ry. trains. has just been recoivnd at the Eagle; an enthusiastic disciple of Sir Isaac Walton Tuesday, on his waytoJn- Room Clerk A. S. Loomls and Cashier
Divine service at Cocoa on Sundayt i Clothing[ Store, Titusvllle. Call and and, a letter to the ADVOCATE says liter, to examine the hull of the dirdgollincayno !. / A. L. Marsh were very much pleased at

the 7th lust., at lOlO:: a. m. andp. -Rev. John T. Huntington of Hartford inspect them. ho has been making some big catches offish -ipocntlv wl'ocke.I-wllh the time way In which the guests mute' lushinglutiktliolr

p. m.; City Point at 3:30 p.m., by Conn., writes us that lie and Miss lately.Mr view of having It liuiiliMi Into Indian hotil.
Huntington will probably be at Hotel River I by Mr.. Lmmiey of Woudlvy, Fla.,
hdeacon B. F. Brown. -Mr. R. C. bcrlmRoour has been In We .acknowledge, with thanks Iron
Ormond on Sunday. We hope to see Jacksonville a few days this week. and Mrs. E, W. Ilalvioy and boy If it was found to \bo lu uood enough con ,
Mr. Arthur C. Jackson after a trip of N. Y. friends of Mr. and :MoKHrs.\ Ulllls <& Murray nmnngeis of
r them In Titusville ere returning north. Brooklyn, dition. Yostoicliy, Mi. Miles ntopp"d
f Jacksonville, returned home to Palmbach -Rev. Goodell will lecture next Sab- Mrs. Roswell Coleman, wore In town a off lucre foi couple of hours to oxamlno Hotel Tonne do Loon, Nt. Augustine,
on Tuesday. lie had been as flu -Mrs. Nellie R. Soundhelm, a pretty bath evening on the Catacombs-the day or so this week. They were on a the Ntoamer Delia, and Informed us that receipt of Homo very elaborate bills of
I the metropolis to escort his wife, who youug widow from New York, after a tombs of the early Christians visit to all the fashionable resorts of the the hull of tho dredge. was good enough fare of that woild-ienownod hostelrv.
Nassau and visit to all the Tho used dinner 'Vm .
trip to a ono at on shingtou'abirthday
i on her way to Chicago. East Coast to bu hauled aslioio, Tho Delia has
-Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager loft here
fashionable resorts of the East Coast Is a very lino piece of woik
-r. Ennis and son, of New York, has this week been sojourning at hotelAlcazar for Jacksonville on Saturday last for the -Mr. T. N. Harrison and W. W. Dunlop boon ulmituit'd by sumo Boston uupltal- and It can be soon at the ADVOCATK office -
bo are spending the winter with where she Informed, us she read purpose of taking their little boy to Dr of Montreal, Canada, who are I lets, who expect, to inn her Ix'twomi. KailGallie by anyone Interested.
of were In town, Mitchell for medical tieutment. Mr. ; the state have been I and. Fort Plerro. Piesldont Mllos
II. Sharpe, bharpes, the ADVOCATE with much pleasure.We making a tour o ,
nesilay, and gave us a pleasant call. Wager returned Monday, leaving Mrs. stopping at Eau Gallie and Melbourne I /gave thu A IIvnoA'fac olllce. a pleumint' call Mossrs. Aldon A Webb, proprietors
Ennls is enjoying his visit to the had the pleasure of short call Wager and the two children behind for for several days. Thoy left for Lakeside ere returning to bt Augustine. of Hotel Indian. River, Kooklmlgo, nr)

any south immensely. from Mesdames J. Y. Miller and E. L. a few days. Inn, Palm Beach, yesterday certainly conducting things at their hotel
Brady, Monday morning. The ladies Tim ,r., T. X 1(. ,V. liy. I In a vory satisfactory man nor. Our representative -
I:-Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and were out wheeling, and a shower of rain -Mr. J. B. Terry, of Southold, N. Y., -Mr. James Paine, one of St. Luclu's was at this hotel on Tuesday

laude Walton left here for Melbourne coming on, they found shelter in the arrived in town I last Friday. He makes prominent residents, was In town part of and some Improvements were noted
attend the fancy dress baliven Titusville a visit winter, and his ami last and the Time sale of Jacksonville/ Tampa
-nesday, to ADVOCATE office until it had passed, every Friday Saturday gave since our last visit. Tourists should not
that night by Mr. and Mrs.( C. J. whiling away the time examining our many friends are always pleased to see ADVOCATK: a pleasant calk He was on and. KeyYust talliuad hats boon post- fall to stop off at Rocklodgo.
R Campbell, at Hotel Bellevue. They collection of Florida curios, etc. him hero. Mr. Terry who gave us a his way to St. Augustine and Jacksonville pored. again until the first 1\luulay, InAnll.
|turned to town yesterday.Mr. pleasant call while in town, expects to to attend to a little business. Coot nissloners Dennis Kagau "Full to overflowing" said Manager
-Mrs. C. M.\ Dalley, of New Rochelle, visit Palm Beach and Miami ere return- and| C lias. S.' Adams' made an elToit at Rumor OIlllH, of Hotel Ponce do Leon,
R. B. Cable, formerly general N. Y., who has been on the sick list at ing north. Lenten services will bo lipld at the Jacksonville' Monday morning to sell to an ADVOCATE ronrosontutlvo on Sunday
anager of the Indian River Steamboat St.. Augustine for about a week, is now Episcopal church, Tltusvlllo, every the Irul'ul'ty'y\ pulillo outcry In front! of evening last lu consoquom'a of this
0., who now holds the position of agent very much improved in health Mrs. -Mr. J.V.. Estes, proprietor of the Wednesday" rooming at 1.IO():: o'clock tutu the dooiH of the United States court by rush of touilsts, many had to bo sent to

!r the new steamboat company, is ex- Dailey and her sister Mrs. Alice P. Hud- Surprise Store, bt. Augustinethe largeston Friday at 4 p. m. until further notice. oulcruf Judge Locke, made in the suit Hotel Alcazar; and as this hotel became
ted in town this afternoon; also Geo'l. son, who are largely interested in the the East Coast, Informs us that he Is During/ Holy weetc, there will be service for fjioclnnuio by the holders of the full, Manager Jos. I'. heaves had to

issenger Agent G. D. Ackerly. FlemlnoGrant,. at Sebastian, have been now doing- an excellent business In all every dav.- second mortgage bonds, but they wore give them accommodation. at Hotel Corclovo. -

..-Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Ives Mr. Bert spending t some time at Hotel Alcazar, branches, and he desires us to continuehis -Mr. J. S. Coburn, chief clerk In the umtiiccoHsfiil, says the UnionUnion.Thu ( Manager Glllis was here, thero
sand i Miss Lizzie Ives, after spending where their charming manners have advt. In the ADVOCATK. If you wantto freight department of the Florida Kant conditions were that/ the property and everywhere attending to his many

eeral weeks at their winter home atOrange made for them many friends. Increase your business you should Coast Railway, at St. AiigiiHtlno, has should bring 1jI\iOOUO: and that piospootlve /guests, to whom ho gave considerable
advertise in the pink paper chock attention! them fool
certified making
bidder should file personal -
to leave for their his take elfo'tArdll.
expect -The last dance of the season before tendered resignation, to
me in Philadelphia to-morrow (Satur- Lent was given at the Opera house on -Mr. John J. Jacob, a prominent and Ills place will probably be nil- for 4U3,00:.: <) as an evidence, of good faith. contented and. at homo. The oflloo staff,

y), much to the regret of their numer- Tuesday night. There was quite a well known residentof Wheeling W. Va., Mr Thomas Bacon of Jackson As no chock was filed, tho postponementof composed of Room Clerk Jas. Sangiter,
Geo. W Glbbs Assistant
who has several winters in Titus salo wan announced ,
i friends. attendance and all seemed to be spent ville.
ville arrived in town on Friday after- That tlioio. wore uo bids for the property J. R. Thurbor, Night Clerk II. W. Warner -
The amount of travel over the having a very enjoyable Mrs. W. D.time.Mussenden, Amongthe noon, last. He would l have been here -Mr. 11. 8. Wilson, of the Wilson which I III in excellent physical condition and Mulling Clerks. 1>. C. Fenn and
visitors ,
Ida East Coast Railway is unprece- were Miss Thomas of earlier In the season, only he had been Cypress Co., Palatka: was In town onWellnt'lldlLY ha causedeonsidnrnble gossip In A. Kappler, were certainly kept busy all
jtted. All trains south bound are filled of Bath, Me.; Lucy of suffering from a trouble to Ida throat.Mr. und'I'hursday, and gave our transportation circles. That the holders the while. The dunce in the parlor on
th tourists and the hotels are getting New York; Miss Maggie Ramsey, office call. lIe his south did not much enjoyed by
and Bert Ives and Jacob Is. very fond ot hunting and a was on way of the Hooond mortgage bonds Saturday nlglit, was
M filled. March and April promise to Wyckoff, N. J.; Mr. lulling and left for the Haulover on as far as Miami, la the Interest of his lie a bid Is considered to be evidencethat those who took pail; while the sacred
[-the banner months In the history of his sister, Miss Lizzie Ives. Tuesday.Miss, mills, which are said to be the largest In these holders have no doslro to own conceit, Sunday evening, was very large

list busines along the East Coast. -Col. A. O. Russell, president of the I Florida.. and operate the road, but only wish to ly attended by the guest and towns
United States Printing Co, Cincinnati Lucy Thomas, of New York, get their money back. That the holders people. !Messrs. Glllis & Murray certainly -
citizen Tltusvlllo
Mr. I. E. Drown, a prominent -Tile schooner E. C. L., of ,
0., and owner of the large body of landcalled has been spending about week in townas of the first mortgage bonds did not bid know how to cater to the publlo tuitto.
[New Haven, Conn., accompanied by in command of Capt. John Slmonson,
the of Mrs. Jas. l'rl tabard. She
the Clnclnnatim Farms guest Is that they believe
accompanied regarded as proof
f son Frank, have been in town all thek. with Mr. Henry Dreyer as chief officer,
W. W. Russell passed expects to visit Tampa, Key West, Miami \ road In later at loss
Mr. Brown is largely Interested by his son, Mr. has been down on Bay Biscayne this they can buy the a Another Hteitmer for Indian
through Titusville, Monday, en route to Nassau, Palm Beach, Ormond, and prlco. Home predict that between now
and In this section, and has an orange week. On board wore acouple of gentlemen -
of the other places before returning to the docketed Itlvcr.
which Sebastian to make an examination and April motion will be
north of Titusville
ve not; far from Buffalo, were enjoying a
is looking in fine condition. Thee Sebastian & Clnclnnatus liy., recently north, which will be some time In April. cruise the Florida" Keys. asking that the main road bu sold separately -
ays to leave for home built a distance of ten miles. Mr. Russell Her many' friends are pleased to see her among from the brandies. The main i As previously announced the ADVO
day i party next.expect on expects to visit Palm Beach tomorrow In town again. We acknowledge a pleasant -Capt. J. II. Smith has returned to line Is making good; earnings, but these VATIC, the steamer St. Augustine, recently -

and from there he says lie may go call from :Miss Thomas and Miss town from Fort Pierce. Many of his are absorbed by the losses on tho purchased by Boston capitalists,
ast Monday morning the heaviest to Miami and Key West. Kate Pritchard Wednesday.. Miss friend hope to see him In command of branches. had her engines cleaned up sutllclontly
l ever run during the winter season Thomas-who bids fair to become an expert an Indian River steamboat at no distant .,- -- - together In running order on Friday
t the Florida'East Coast Railway left -The entertainment given I by the bicyclist-will leave this morning date. lIe was a very popular steamboat A Ilia LINE OF MEN'S SHOES has last, when she left Eau Gallie for Tltusvlllo

'Augustine, bound Ormond, Rock- public school pupils on Friday evening for the Tampa Bay hotel. commander on the St. Johns River some just boon received at the Eagle ClothIng -making the trip In nix hours. She

"ge, Palm Beach, Miami and other last, for the purpose of raising funds both for -Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Morschhausor, years ago, and he has hosts of friends In / Store' Titusvllle, Including all the wa brought up by Capt. A.. W. Bale
rts. The train consisted of two bag- the school,and was otherwise.quite a success Those who who have been enjoying their honeymoonby Jacksonville,and all along the East Coast. latest styles and sliapos. Those goods and Engineers Thomas Browor and

go cars, three parlor cars, (our day financially went through their various visiting all the fashionable resorts of Editor J. Harry Zerbey, of the Potta- are guaranteed to please, as they are Frank Houston, old officer of the de-
ches and two private Eachh took part Indian River Steamboat Co. and
cars. of first-class material and their prices funct ,
etc. In a the East Coast, were the guests of the vllle Pa. Republican accompanied liy
evolutions, recitations, singing, ( ) ,
was to its utmost capacity.The reasonable that considering the St. Angustine
very creditable manner, which showed Ponce de Leon, St. Augustine, a few his family and several Jxurnallut friends, unusually they say ,
for about two
had boon laid
steamer City of Key West, with that Prof and Mrs. J. R. Anthony and days again last week, on their way hometo are booked to arrive at the Grand View bottom up ; covered years
and her being
e following party on board left fory Miss Ida R. Bates had worked hard to New York. Mrs. Morschhauser Is Hotel, TltuHvllIe, to-morrow (Saturday). Roseland.Mrs. with the time she made In eontIntf -
West last week : Mr. II. M.\ Flagler/ bring their pupils to such a high state of quite a beautiful young lady, while her The party will remain several days, and to oysters Titusvllle, better than they

esldeut of the Florida East Coast Rali- proficiency. The proceeds amounted to husband I III a remarkably jovial young then take a cruise on Indian Rlvor. Mr. L. C. Moore, accompanied by her anticipated. She wa bas boon undergoing ,o
d Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Lock- fellow. They Informed the ADVOCATE and Bast old-time
; Ashley. Zerboy Manager; are slst r-ln-law, Miss Moore, of Washington thorough, cleaning this week and will
rt, N. T.; Miss Haynes Smith, Nassau, $31.00.Mrs. representative that they bad enjoyed friend The 1'ottsvllle Republican I III Is 1fow day In Mel
subscription spending start Wednesdaynext
ughter of Governor William Ilaynes C. W. Rockwood gave a their trip very much, and hoped to be at one of the most Influential dally paper bon, probably running and on Eau GaUle
mlth of the Bahamas; J. E. !Halter: New song recital at Cordova hall, the Ponce de Leon and other East! Coast In Eastern Pennsylvania and the Anthracite rne. between Titusvllle
Fork secretary to Mr. Flagler; J. W. St. Augustine, on Saturday eveninglast. hotels next winter. The wedding/ presents coal region. The orange groves give promise of a Look out for an excursion by the Indian
Inrdick It was for the benefit of the Mr. and Mrs. Morschhauser the The trees River Band next week.
Albany, N. Y.; I. J. Uubbard, received by good crop coming season. .
Irooklyn; Miss Lida Greaves, sister of : Memorial Church choir fund. The -in addition to a$03,000' residence {Lost. are In good condition arid blooming (

anager Jos. P. Greaves, of Hotel Alazar singing and recitations were good, and In New York-numbered 2110. Mr. Doel- freely. Where You Can Obtain the .
St. C. B. Knott St. those who were present thoroughly en- brother of the bride, baa also been I
Augustine; Miss Rock- ger, From schooner Biscayne, wrecked off During the week we have noticed the
"kugustine, superintendent of the Florida joyed wood the certainly entertainment.hold the attentionof a guest; of the Ponce de Leon for a coupleof Bethel Creek station, twelve drums of following parties from Mlcco In Rose- ".\d voca to"-

Coast Hotel System; and J. A. Mac- can at which weeks. gasoline. If finders will report same to land: Messrs. Delany, llastle, Williamson .,. utamL.i
onald of Miami. All the the audience while reciting TITI:.VILLK, J. II. Nor." new .
enjoyed sights she to have had considerable ex me I will pay charges for deliveringdrum Renwlck and Dr. Powell. Mr*. Kinuia baton, ::
Of the Island City ere returning to Miami. A For Male. and them &
Rockwood also favored Cottage to It. R. Co., will give AvocniiB, ronredsl.eon.
Mrs. .
perience. The big fish are getting scarce In the Hotel Altuuar. "
the Address
of .
Hotel Alcazar at the the contents Ornionil *
of ,
the guests OH noun, Howl
Sebastian few being caught
San only A
,. Laundry. sacred concert Sunday evening, with a A furnished cottage and lot, Oxl2O, CAPT. HARRY FOZZAKD, each. PALM HBACH Royal I'olnclun. "
with fine water frontage and boat landing Jacksonville, Fla. the past week going over 10-lbs. .. The Inn "
solos.WantedPalmetto. ..
couple of fine soprano Itt-lbs. The total catch .
for sale Ready for occupancy. One weighed MIAMI, llorsl llm..
For fine laundry work:, patronize the
wax just about one good day's fishing.We .
Near Hotel Bellevue-one of the prettiest
Illditch Steam Laundry Co., Jackson Orange Grove and Lund For Sale
lie, Fla. Satisfaction guranteed. I toots. locations :Melbourne. Price, IWO. hope the Rowland Inlet Co., Moat for Sale.

B. B. PTLKS, Agent, Titusvllle, Fla. Apply to Miss II. ALLES, I have 2J: acres of tine hammock land which we notice ,has been duly Incorporated -

We will '1.00 (cash) a ton for palmetto Melbourne, Fla. for sale, 15 acre set In orange trees, In will succeed In putting throughan Sharpie-30 feet long, 8 feet beam;
pay delivered at the Florida full bearing before the freeze. Also the Inlet at this place. Fishing for profit draws 12: Inches; good cabin. Guaranteed .
Bones Wanted. roots, at and pleasure will both be benefited, and sound. Very cheap.
Extract Works Titusvllle Flo. For Out of Sight packing-house (two stories) Clifton
to three miles from Oveldo, Lake Jessup. doubtless. the disagreeable odor from the I Icompa Apply or write to
and send them to the specifications and particulars apply
Save your bones : water of the Indian i F. W. WILLED
S. F. GRAY Those kent boxes of candy for the Will sell at a great sacrifice.W. ,
Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack- ;L would
onvllle\ Fla. Will par cash for them. Asa't. Supt children at Chaffee A Co's. .. W. THOMPSON, Smlthvllle Ga. River done away with. Jensen, FU

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I cheery face-ofBeb'Dunsnaore! as with a Ornithologists have discovered that

.y+ I'G ir d radiant amile'ue-oame' to register out for crows have mo loss than twenty-seven HODGES & GODFREY, HARRY MASON & CDC

,;" '00 the run. Tbe-sralle vanished somewhat different cries, each distinctly: referable Manufacturers of '

; when he was Informed of the trouble- to a different action.

some quarter he would likely encounteron Yellow Fine Lumber Jobbers In Fine Imported
l"r 'Is
essential to I H. MASON CO.
e the trip, but.nevertheless he was In ,
I llealtb.Every8ook Blood I .
and corner of the excellent spirits that night as he read off pOMAR '& THOMAS..... ROU6H DRESSED, W Bay Street, Liquors and

system Is reached by the blood, and one the orders to'4fDoo"' Junes, perched in Orange Box Heads, JACKSONVILLE. Cigars, high

,< Its quality condition of every organ depends. cabin of 312 : '"Make up the lost timeas Fr.lt! A Vegetable/ Crate. .

''jt Good blood quickly as possible but keep a close Tinners and Plumbers. ,
I' means strong nerves, (Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River .1 Grade Whiskies Etc.WbiskleaiinPOrtedandDomestiei
good digestion robust health. Impure watch on the baggage car truck." on through bill of a fcoHoeul'aontemplatIn.Ir : .

1, blood means scrofula, dyspepsia,rheuma. The 312 did :herself much credit for Galvanized Iron Gutteringand i write building for prices.on the The Sawmill IB situated do well on the to '_ SSF

I tlamcatarrhorother diseases. The surest .. J., T. & K. W. Ry., 9 miles south of 1-alatka. ......-...
the first but when she
I forty wiles Southern Belle Rock.and Rye. ...... ... ...trnm '1.t,1,
way to have good blood Is to take Hood's Putnam co. Fla. ... . pp rRrandieS1Bnnestle 11I; i
steamed across the Mississippi and came Tanks a Specialty. Satsuma Mights, peach. blackberry, and peach and honey. from f i. \
III apple .. .. .. ........ ... ...... Mr I1aI
SarsapariUa. This medicine purifies, vitalizes GIns-Hoiland.Old Tom. eto.............. ... ... .. .. .fft'RI {1.6nper
to a stop at Louisiana, Mo., the old .. I1aI
11, I and enriches the blood, and sends and Lemon ?' from,1., ...rrom9l.allrWinesPorE'Sharry'CntxwUa |
trouble encountered B3T" Work done on any part of Indian Pineapple Orange Dtusoatel'Clarot'eto., ..,,
I the elements of health and strength to was once more and River. Estimates ; Brands. .. .......-. ... ......'., ...... ... .... .'' '''''''"'... ...frma '2.LallerRO"
jI t every nerve, organ and tissue. It creates considerable of the picked-up time was : solicited.given on work. Correspondence Land For Sale, Cheap. Bottled Clarets-Finest Beer. ... ........ ......-.. ... ..... .... .. .... ...V" .... .... .. .. ... .from 'l.ro:(,;Ilerd'14."

lost In the evil. From thereon I other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices.
j arranging jrirAll
I ,a good appetite, gives refreshing sleep
POMAR & THOMAS :1 have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland when
in so .
will be packed boxes requested, without
I i and tho had' rest until Jugs and demijohns et.
cures that tired feeling. Remember, crew no more we St. Lucie river a few miles be- .
St. Augustine, Fla. on refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company
Ilti ran Into Slater'five hours late then the 40 of which northeast tra cost. Money win
low being
I ; Eden not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to.save< delay and trouble.
baggage was transferred 1 to another car, quarter of northeast quarter of section Send for Price List, orall upon MASON & CO.,

Hoods and engine Jot' was attached to the trainto ALEX: NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. 18, township 88, south of range 41 east; 301, 307, 300, 811, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) TACKSONVILLK:, FL...
the other 40 is the northeast quarter
!I complete the run. NEAR & TAYLOR of southeast quarter of section 3, --.- =

Old Davie I'urdue's master hand (Successors to John McAllister.) township 38, south of range 41 east.

guided the destiny of the 100. "Old The above land can be bought for $10
Florida East Coast
Sarsaparilla Artesian Well Contractors suitable for pineapple Ry.
I Davie" has long,been recognized by tbe outage per acre., lemon It is or lime growing.Will ,

( Is the best-In fact the One True Blood Partner. railroad fraternity as being one of the EAU GALLIE. FLA. be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Tin Ta1 I. eta Oamotad .o r.l.ru.rr II", 18l 7.

I ; 1 Liver most able, yet the'most daring engineer cash. This land willl> soon be worth $50[

I Hood'S P.lllstakeeasytooperate.26o.: ) of the whole system; nor indeed, have I per acre. SOUTH: BOUND (Rand Down). NORTH BOUND (Reaol Up). -
ever known his superior at making up \ 0 NOB NOIJI Noil1Nou9: No 7d No 74 No 112 uUBSfa' N'jI ;
H'U VV Robbins &! Titus-
to travel for to ( Graham
i [ -- lost time. women responsible office; or *1 U4Jp 84l1p :::::: L.,....... .;wkoa .. .. ..AI'. 8 4b6pTua1060a1k t : : :: ,
.. i established house In Florida. Salary villa tf I 40a to *- 440p 14l1p. ..... Ar.......S,. AulrUstID........Lv. l6p.! .. .. 00 98Ua12Ay!
Free and The ICOJhad formerly betfh the 416. $780 and expenses. Position perman- 14111' 10 BOa ..,... ...... ...... "..... .. ....... f. 62Sp.' .7. .. .. ... ....
I 1 but suffered ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed If you ,look at your bank book every .' 11 Ode ...... .:. ........ .Baettnge .... .. 4 t\jp! .. . .... ..... .....:
having the hardships of a V 50:11 S8a ... ... ...a... ..... .......Eall' Palatka.,.... 4 lop' II IIIp! .. ... .. ......
Accepted i \\l'f--!' Masons disastrous head-end collision a few stamped envelope. The National, Star day the interest will not grow any II t6.1148a ...... ...... .. .... Ar...........Palatka........ ..Lv.. 4lap'. S IIUp.... .-.. ,.. ......
", Insurance BIdg., Chicago. faster. ) ... ... ...... L..P.latk..A. 11061' 6161'...::. ... ... .....,
years previous she came out of the za 00allUI56a ...,.. ...... .... Ar.<.. ...."' n M..ten..4..Lv.. 800p Sup ?
with her 8 loa 8 lOa ... .. .... ...... Lv...... ...Bau Mateo.Ar. 706p 10p .. ..: :.::::: ::::::
shops new Lumber and scaicelya 041a 126111' ..... ...... ..... Lv..Orutuna......_..Ar. cusp\ a sop ..... .. .:;;". I
Ind- ,f,, : 'TIme semblance of her former self "Old ,10111. lOOp ...... ...... ..... ,. .. .. ...Dayton. ....... .. 111171' 42Up! .. ..... .,. ...?:
Indianver .. .. 11Op..... ..." ........Port Oranlfe... .. 1401'' .. :
'f ;wlln Fla. Davie," too, had been the sole survlyor .1118a ...... ..." ..... ..New Smyrn&..".. 112111' I07p ...... ... .....:.
Lodge \ No. 00 both THE PAINT STORE. .. ,.. ., ..... ? .., .... 1. ..... ....OakHIII. ...... 2011' . . ... ... ...
I j of engine crews in the self-same 111081' ...... ...... ...... .........TltUHvll1e... ...... ". 12111'' 8211' ... :. .. ...:..
wreck ; and he, to-day can be seen bobbling .. ...... .... .. ..... .. .... .....Clty Point......... 126111'.... ..... .. ..
I ...... ......." .... ..... .(boon ........ ... :1"Up .... ... ..
e t r HoIdH Its meetings the ,nenond and fourth Fri with crutch and cane in and out of 11111II1' ...... ...... .....hock! .Hotel...... .. 1206p: 2Dfip..... ......:'
I at 7:::10 p. m. the cab with the alacrity of a new bicycle ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS, .... .. 16p.: ...... ..... .......... l:1arno.: .......... 1111110 ...... .. ... .'. .
I 1 A. T. woman. lBOI' I82p.: ....... .... .........M..lbourne........ 1144a ...... ...... .
Feaftter Wenhlplul1\1nster. ..... ...I .. ... ..... .Ro""land." .... .... 11 O.'ia ..... .. .... _
leo. W. Sooble Senior Warden. The orders carefully Inspected "al ...... .?. .. ........Sabnstian.......... 1101.. ... . \oM!
It. F. IfnlL, Junior Warden. ..... ...?... ..... .... ..........Ht. Lucie...... .... 1010a .. : : _
ii + + II. It. Treasurer. aboard and the 106 quickly responded alJ. -Papers' 8 06p .. .... ...... llOOa() .......Fort Plerc...... .. IO Oa ........ ... t l6p
Wilson to the touch 'as, 'belching forth one ...,.. ...... 800a ......... ...Edea. ........... .148p.... .. .. .. ..... UJp
t1 I J. Mendel, Secretary. ..".. .. .... ..... 40a..8)65 ... .......Jen""D..1" .. .... .... .. UlUp
M. S. HiiraR, Senior De neon. mighty volume of -smoke and cinders, ..".. 8atop........ ...... 8 B4. .. ............ : .......... 1 .. ... .. .... loop
II j J. A. Ilappersette Junior Deacon. she flow down the .... ...... ...... 10a: ....... .. ..Allcl.... ........ 982a.. .. .. .... ... iNp5
stretch of Water .
I fairly long Ou.tside; Cold ; Iaiiit. ...... .. .... :! ... ..Hob Sound...... .... .. ]lliJP
I, A. A. Stewart, T. U. Sanders, stewards.. track before her, now frightening a ...... ...... ..... 881a! ......We t Jupiter.. ..... .. ...... ....1254p
I 11. A. Geiger Chaplain. ...... ...... .... IItI.'m .. ,..., ... .Rlvt8ra... .. .... .. .. . .. ... .. .11446p
A. Froscher, Tyler. browsing herd of cattle then thundering I. E. BAIRD & CO. ..,... -025aAr.;! ._WestPalmBach..Lv. 7boa10Ma/ . .,112.461p .
.... .. ......Roy.1 Polncl..n.. .... 14 aI02/1aNa.26/ ... ,
through some quiet village, yet on ancon Stop ...... .....PalmBe..bIDD...... .. ... .
I.i I.i I. Increasing in speed with each revolution soap .... .. L..Palm Ranch Inn ....Ar. 7 a5a11015a a asp; .., .
i 53 West Bay & Laura Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Slop .. .. ...Royal Polncl "........ .. 7 BOa 1U 1110. 8 alp .. ....
i 1 KG IIOU8 OF RAILROAD and making through the valleys lOOp ,g2UpNo25..11 O a. ....We8t Palm Beach... .. Tina 1000n 5SOyIISs
like Nemesis Paints Oils Glass Varnishes and Room Mouldings. ...... 12441' ....... ....LlntoD.... ..... 6431 ... ... .. .. . 94us
LIFE.Rapid avenging arriving at ...... 2411p .. ....Fnrttauderdale..a' 6SUa.. .. 442p ... 71.
Blue Springs-25 miles out of Kansas ------------------ .. .. 425p ........Lemon City.... ... I OIIa) .. .. ... ... IIIt2a
446pAr.,..........Miami ... .. .. ..Lv. 1'lOa 800a ,00p. .... 15118.A. .
City-at 8:63: a. m.
i transit! on steam railroads Is not c./
t' Now, 10 miles down the line, is Independence Real Estate lib W. BRANCH. Tr..hlH SI 82. 86 and 78. between J&klo. : .
an entirely new venture to those of the snVllleana St. AugustlaedallJ'':
and the eastbound express, .8. No. 1. STATIONS.. NoITo:" Trains: 00 and 118. between+ oT..k90D..
t II present day and age of bustling progress No. 48, due there In twelve minutes. WILL s. TI30MAS: : : 1-00p 10 OfI1L.,... ,New Smyrna. ...Ar. 11/11'/ II 40pvife and it. Augustinedally. except
; yet not A few people bear an exaggerated 815p1124.Lv..LakeHelen..Lv.12top/ lOp Sunday.
What was to be dune.? No I 81101' 11 1Ia: Lv..Or.age Clty..Lv. Iii Illp 86111' Train 87 between Jack""nvtlle" and
Idea of the running time of a telegraph Miami, .- :3Ooc3.o: Oo., ." Florida I 8 BOp 11 1111. AI'. .. .. City.. .. .Lv.1416 p Bt / ) St. Augustine .10111'. except I\oud"y.
o fast train.! all the
i express On leading Dealer In choice lands Residence and farm lands !
Biscayne Bay properties
on ; sari Miami daily
Trains 87 and D8 Pull-
"bhe'll/ make it are composed exclusively
jt trunk lines and roads of dote the aver. sang Old Davie. at Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of 20 acres Bay front m.noare. Train ::110. betwOO'l Ibrt Plorco aDd

ago schedule rarely.exceeds 30 miles per t'Then! go," says Dunsmore; and we : property at Cocoanut Grove for $5,000; Fine residence at Cocoanut Grove $5,000.; Buffet Parlor Cars on tra ns ._ I Miami All other dally, rains except south Monda of .St. Augur

; hour, although It U often expedient and went. I stationed myself on tho platform Lots at Cocoanut Grove from! $100 upwards. Eight acres of land at Buena Vista 23. 85. 74 sod 78. this daily except Bunw.y.Tbe .
4.' i for Business block lot 100x150 with houses of
alongside of Bob where he stood $225.00.: In Miami, bl'lnglnreDta1/
absolutely necessary for trains to exceed' Elegant Side-Wheel S.ei.ni.r.
Insurance for for
$75 :
( I I watch in hand monthly paid up one year, .i,000.
l the minutes
their accustomed rate la order to make "
that held the lives of so many precious -- -- "CITY OF KEY WEST.
up for delays, ote.; and on such occasions

I the speed attained is often as muchas souls lie did not see Glendale as we Smooth Pineapple Suckers
It Cayenne
: sixty or seventy miles per hour, and rained clouds of dust on her few clustered Is appointed to Perform Service as follows:

Inhabitant* ; neither did he notice Leave:MIAMI every Tuesday Thursday and (
one may: be assured, to<< travel through Saturday.Arrive d .
",. I the country at that rate of speed Is, commonly the little prairie dogs as they gambolled At One-fourth Regular Price, by buying Stools or same r.Leave

o': to and barked In wild confusion; nor Blue KEY WEST every Sunday Wednesday and Friday.
speaking, "fairly ily. Arrive MIAMI same day.
In of Cut, made famous by its many daring Mother Plants
my experience railroading I call ..".. Steamer MONTICELLO.
t to mind several Incidents of making up hold-ups and train robberies; but In

i'' lost time; but there Is one particular stead hla eyes were riveted: on the hands These Stools will grow from 10 to 20 Suckers each, in from two to six months. Steamship service between- Miami and Season Nassau of 1898-07.to continue during the Winter Tourist\

I event which I shall never forget. It of his wat.3h. his cheerful countenancehad Absolutely true to name, first-class conditionand

took place while I was connected with vanished, and a ghastly pallor o'er- PROPOSED SAILINGS:
all Fruiting Plants. Now ready for delivery. Correspondence solicited.
I the passenger department the Chicago spread his noble face, great drops of February Is to March *"'"' NASSAU Tuesday':'", Thursdays. and Hnturda7&
4M'ch30toEnd Leave MIAMI Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
GEO. n.
t perspiration down his WRIGHT Manager,
I and Alton Railroad, a few years ago, on manly of Season' .
1,. tho Kansas City division of that road. brow. Five miles to go and not quite Orlando Nurseries Orlando Fla. moM1AMLTuxxlsluyean; Fridnyturd.pe

There are an innumerable lot of sharp three minutes to make it in. Surely II J. P. BEOKWITH, J. D. KAHNEB,
I' Traflio Manager. Aiw't (ten. Passenger Agent,
providence did not Interfere death
,, curves on tho west end of this division lay SAW ANI PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD, St. Augustine Fla.

I, ::1 J that keep one continually cafachliig at before us. Mechanically Bob raised one Piilatka, FI... IK. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. -

,j/ the arms of tIle seat to retain au equilibrium hand to the bell cOl'd. but he let It fall '

\' 1 >I while tiding' over them, oven at again: to his side. As we roundod one WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY &
The florida
', the regular rate of speed ; and a ship at of the many sharp curves I peered ahead (Central peninsular Railroad

..1,+ I t Bea in u storm has no greater furies than and there was Old Davie, one hand hold Manufacturers of s I

.',h does passenger train ride over that of ing the throttle his bare-head with Short Line between Florida and all NortT-ern joints.:

1 tho road when endeavoring/ to regain lost streaming hair, and his broad shoulders y: Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. #_ Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ga., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore

time. Tho road-bod cannot he beaten, projected out of the cab, and eyes star- Philadelphia New York Boston and the East.

as it Is solid rock ballast and thc very Ing up the track ahead of him. Presently A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings shingles, Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati

'; !, best grading ties that are to bo fouud In came the sound of one sharp, whilll lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress nd Chicago.

the l\I\ltIlOIU'IIIII'cllta\ ; while the steel rails whistle, and the next Instant we shot by mouldings: of all patterns a specialty. Louis Everett, Chicago Birmingham, Sioux City., Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, (Kansas City, St

"4 are the heaviest and best that ate turned No. 48 like a falling! meteor, leaving one When at home write River
us for prices; when up our way come and see us. Junction Penaacola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas exlco, California
1 ul'' out by the Illinois Steel Co. long trail of sparks In our wake. I and the Pacific Coast. Effective Jan. 18, 18O7.fENIhSULAR II

The. oldest passenger conductor, InII They had arrival on time, heard us New York Express No. 38, leave Jni'Kville ..' .,

I II point of service, on the C. A; II. road, is tumbling up the valley, anticipating The ATWNta ewaap R. Sleppem 8:20 for a. Snvanmih m., diiilv. withhroiiirh Columbia Wa>l nlnKt'iiI?t'JlaD* ,

Ij,I' tobort G. Punsniero, plain "Hob" its our life and death struggle( had opened Tropical Trunk Line. r1 A win, x."" s Halthnore Rantern ,polntH.rblladulpbla.Connects New for York teriianiliui.anil' !dl i w

: he Is f.untliiuly called by all who know both switches Just In tlmo to allow Old 0 s yw Irtm Arrive Jacksonville 9:12: : p. m.
him, and their names are legion. What Davie and his precious burden to dart Jacksonville ., w '" !t .,PI r New York and Florida Limited No. 32-S"4N.
Tampa & Key West e. veotlbnlect ol).entlon
train with
t jl' Bob did not know of the ,scope of country past and allow them to go on their way Railway. .1 3 u ""' v- 4 I I a 1 dining and sleeping compartment; cars: leaves St. :Aat'. .
I JOSEPH 1-1. a UBtlne 9.80 a. ra., Jacksonville 11.no a m, ilaiV
t that the road runs through Is not rejoicing, scarcely! one minute off their DURKRE Receiver. AVANNA"J exte Sunday. 8t returning arrives Juok-':! "

I worth knowing. Ho assisted )ia the construction time. The color did not return to Bob's BOJTII URTi{ 4ay vllle 3.:.XI p m, St. Augustine 4.40 p ra, daily. ef' 7v
cheeks until we had crossed the No No 21. ,, .2.1 I Time Table In Effect Feb. 1. 01. 'M cept Monday,
years ago, and has ever been Big Blue I co. No. 32. No. 78.1 No. 2na 4 V I
New York 311.
Fast Mall No.
.... .;.. 1Mb'
I connected it from Jtlvcr, and wore rumbling, along through al .00111' ed 31ta II.v.ACISONVILLFAr 7311am 1140pn Lneal. ,- Jacksonville/ for wine
Infancy. ..... Mixed .. 1 d' n. m. daily
: .Ma ,
east Orange Park. ......,. 8 62am e Jarkx
Every laudwoik and point of historic the suburbs of Kansas City; and then ho .. loW'y 11-111' OO'la. .... '.". .. .eoria.. .....". Stain 612pm: Mixed rz. p n ( p ern points to New York.('arr ell No.through 30 arrive Sleepersvllle Jtckd0"L iJl'

i interest along the route is jotted down seemed to remember that several passengers ........ 11I1.1.'rl.. 10181' D2" .. ......Green. ....Magnolia Cove .. .. ............ .. .. .. .. ...... ..8001pmTlIelldar... ". F ''" ra % 0 9:oo a. m.Cincinnati. .

i' ........ ........ .... . . Springs. 800am !l4lpm': & Sat r CKSONVILLE and Florida Limited, Leave J' k
in his and happy Is he whoso had boarded tho train nt UlueSpa'iultll. lkxtwirk .... ... .. .. .... .. "r0 : ;
I memory, ...... .. 10 911q 1130p 10 lOR.. .... ..... .Palatka...... .... ... II OIl a m esawlaa. son vllle 6:S3 p. m. Arrive ClnclnnatlI71'\.t1.:
I I ) I lot It Is to ride on Hob's train. Ills la a of whom ho had as yet taken ? 11 IHa U04a H'A'AS' : .. ......SRtM1IJIIa. .. ... . 42S"m 4Mpm 4211pm 9Ailpm s..ae ,. I._ .sa, p. m. rime a little over 24 .
. .. 110111 1219a . .. 220pm p bale Train runs via Everett Macon, Atlanta
1l14I1a. .nmona .. ... .. .. .. 4Ham euz1 "
life situation! with the company brought. no notice; then, with punch In hand: . 121Sp 12111a 10 III'" .... .('rell..ellt.U'YJuncUon. ..... .3M..m. 417)001) IMpm o" "4 Chattanooga.: Connects for Nashville, Lout
I 1' 'I about by an accident that befell hint In and two stumps of fingers, projectingout . ... I Onp IlMa: 11 :: .. ....... .... ?!Seville... .... .... ... R3IIam 841\pm 4o.1pm 12Mam l2tlpm disop a 51y5 Y S vllle, St. Louis. Chicago and all northern aM
........ 230 IMla: 11 .. western points.
I' ,1aet.eon 54
.? Springs ..... ,.. 211".m.
4' tho early days, when he lost all of his to receive tho precious pasteboard .... .... ::111II1'' I <\:1: a II 1a... .?........ left hand save. tho stump ends of the he strode down the aisle of the train .. ...... 00" :lUlla .... ...... ..llenollor.l....... ...... 23Uam 2MI'm 10081',10 Ib ., y Car service for'incinnativiaSavannah.. Culnb.,
on .. ... '
I his devoted .... .... 430p..... ...,12I.iAr1 II "' ...... .....neanlt ........... fAr .. .... .23 I'm ....... ,. M his, Asheville Hot Springs: Knoxvllle, Dona
"A two, middle duty. 11Lvi. . of 1Ili
.. .. r the
.. Celebrated
HIIRO : .. Mountain
is. Although offered 317: .... Country
t .... .. ........ tl11'1'/ .... ... ,..Enter(+riss.. ...... .... .. . 1llJ.6am: pm.... .. 1" Carolina. Leaves Jacksonville 6.68 p m. Drives
I I higher promotion he firmly refuses anyadvancements Someday I expect to hear of the lisa .... ......, . .. 01111' Ar .........TITI.S'tiILLE........ Lv. tlOOliam .. .... .. / Cincinnati 7.13 a. m. Returning arrled!

i4 tM that would call him away refusing to respond to tho curve and :;;.;;:: : ::::: ::::: :::.: ::. :;;; : P.);'iioI ;,.::.:::::::::: : : :: :: : :::: ::, :: ::::: w.r ". Jacksonville 9:00 a m. I1".1

from tho familiar scenes of tho past plowing straight ahead with Old Davie . . ........ 301111' . ..........:\It. "..r......... ...... . ... 841\am ;.. . lip e 4 Only Line Through the Dean Ifnl...a lId
. .
.... ... .. .. CENTRAL Country of Middle Florida. I'ennacKscnmbln
I 4opAr..n..Tavares ......... .Lv .. .... PI
\ quarter of a century at the throttle, sink for ever Into the ........ 620pe8Wa'r24opAr..Sanfnnl. ............. FLORIDA .Z" Bay Leave Jacksomllle 1:16: A. JlO'
.... . . .... .... Lv. 1311am :laOI'm Sdaam L..05 for Lake City Live Oak )Madison ,sontii
.Attan..mte .... and .
:, But, to the point of our narrative. I bottomless abyss of the muddy Missouri; ..... ... .... .. ..... . ..w'interlark"rIIlKtl.. ............ ...... ... 54 I Tallahassee. River Junction, Pensacola, ANew 101 011.>""
.. .
bat until ........ . .. .... . ... ... R R. : Orleans and the southwest Mexico,
i was attending to some affairs ID St. the final day of reckoning 4:1Oa: 1/5411'/ ... .Orl..n..o.. . .. .. .... 1OIIpm: 1255aci ..... ... Bleeped'a" :
. fornla and
) ... ... . .....K I..ImnlPe .... and Connections the Paclito Coasts CarriesNo.
i I j Louis when late one afternoon I received when Gabriel shall summon us nil to one .... ........ Ar.... ... .1Iartow Je... .....Lv ................... war w.. I arrives Jacksonville 8:OS a. m. .
........ ... 811II.:1. : 411" . .Laknbtnd .. ... A t D Leaves for ,
LO Jacksonville IS
1 t last roll call .. 7141 'or r : a.ro.
a calling mo to Kansas grand there will be the ? 930pm aO"'am. ? SIM'cedot
i message City, ever ..... ..... ... t.4.s .. 1111' .. .. . .. Hartnw. '" . . 720pm 1010aci .'." .. theme Silver Spring, Ocala
I and accordingly I made preparations togo smiling face of Bob Dnnsmore as he Is . .... . tl30 .a 11 Slip> Ar..Punt.a Oor.la..... ,...I., 4 .. TM'n.a.., Key, Wlldwooif, Lee ."ka.'
I 4 .... . .. ... ... ... .. .... ..... ..... IIII'm tll imp m ... .. Orlando, Lacoochee. Dade T..varelanr. : CItY,
7Mpm 02llam .. .
out on number 4:1.: that n'ght whuhi signing the register: and out ...... .. .
calling No. sea s II aq 1' .... Tamp. .a Hay Hotel. . 7311 914 .... .. Tampa.. Arrive Jacksonville ':a6 p. mu .
I due 40\ In and .... 1l20a 1III'1.Ar.. ........ TsmpS.. ... ....Lve71Opn,5N415m Holly Springs Route. 8t. 3faN1.
was to depart at eight o'clock. We on time .... Mon ......... Louie Kansas City.No. 3II..LeavH Jacksonville 8.116 I'
snd .
Than 10 Imp I. .... .I.ortT..m.. "....... .Ar 200 Atlanta, I1Irmlnph..m.; Memphis. Kansas change in 46
f i made. the 70-mile run to Rood house, III., O. W. IIA n. : ........ ...... T.."" &: Frlela,. 301'pAr...... .. ..K..YWe.t....... .. .I.v 11:11I: I'pm m1Thnrs./We.I..ndSat.. ancl linn. hours to Kansan City. The route III via Macon, Atlanta.Through; 1IlrmlnKham.Pullman Sleeper Holly without Springs for 31e0'.
WeandSat. en.Ar .. . ... ..Havana..Lv12311pinWed.sailSat.! plus.Springdeld.andKansas. City. Jl n.3
j the first division two hours behind Eau Gallic Fla. nn return arrl..e. Jack"onlJe V WJ III.
March 1807. beriand: a. Ift.-Loa"e Jacksonville for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer and Co1e-
time the delay occasioned by an over- Dany. t Daily except Bun day. Sound.4:0(5p. .
:heated Trains:et and 32 Curry Th..agb Pullman Duffel : '*-Local for Everett.' Close connection for Brunswick. Shortest and onl"*"" r<""*
Journal on the truck of the hailed Sleeping Can. 'DB P. M..I.ocal for
I' bag- Tallahassee
The blue as a harbingerof Train. 2S and 71111011.1 V.stlbnlsd Trains. with Parlor Can P-ao p. and and Intermediate points. Arrive Jacksonville. 4.! Plli'J !",......
Jacksonville Intermediate
At this and Tampa. I-' Pullman ArriveJacksonvlfie.J
Cage car. point the train takes sleepers.
a.d 711
spring. It Is also eonnert at lim.vtae with Through
a reminder thata steamer "BIl..er King" for for Cincinnati via Aabevide
Rock1edge and
Intermediate Ashevlle leaves Jacksonville 8.116 arrival
pot.nta on the IoAIY It. ... 1.40 at p. m.
other am.,11
a coaches from the Chicago di blood-purifier I Is needed to the p. m. Cincinnati 7.111 a. m. .
prepare Train 23, leaYiag. Jsek.onvill. 8:30 .. For
vision Is fitted up with a new crew and system for the debilitating weather to 11:26: Ocala I,45 rl Lseebarq 1:d.dAily$ sokevale a& 7 am.:20 p.. arrive m. Train, a& levinx Hawthorne Jacksonville a& 1105: Oaln".Yi1l. Steamer Macon." ; Atlants two!rTl'MDmLl3r-*"*.JackllOnvllle 8 M .. m. and 6::8*p. m-
1 I arrive. ... at 1:30: a. m. f lfS.f! "T mJ0.r.BnUilentown and Manatee River point
at OaIIJan..4:08
come. Listen and you will bear the : a. Lsoo wh. S:40 p. m.. Tarpon Pullman on
springs 0.M Night
( hanges its number to 49. bird singing: Take Ayers Sarsapa. m., 8t" l'etenbGl'IJ 1.:30.. m., tally eit: >wp& Sunday. p.m.. Cleanrater 11:32: p. Ctend for Bee Indexed Trains. Parlor can between Jacksonville and Tampa.
It WM with gladness I saw the Y. B. corwv. N. Township Map of "Iorlda to .
OVert rilla inMaroh, April, May. General IJuperlar.daDt. O. D. ACKJtRLY. S. PENNINGTON, A.' O. MACDONELL,
a.neral Fu8enpr "Agent Traffic Manager. General FuNnier dQs. t


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Cards. ENTER r BMENT AT EAU Master's Se18. "., ..

am at. BOBBINS. WALTKB s.O-.-.. CALLIK. -TTKI >M and by virtue of ajitwnw err I 5'.. Oranges)
BINS" GRAHAM W domre and aale lsadng oat of thetflaawllCeeut i
One of the-meet enjoyable the many for Hrevani county.:.In a cause thaw Trees at reduced pricpNi, An .,
lit ilepentiitK, wherein .1. C. .Oapehai* r> eneanlnimtntauulN. -
enjoyable evening entertatnanents givenat M.Fish M rimtntatratee- ot t. budded at tin.. around: cnh 4yt'II..ldFlol'd1l
; ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Hotel Granada during this winter I o H..''I1h..... clereaMxl, et. al., are deremkuita; I Rough Lemon st.tH.fcs... 3,000 ot'l ;THE are heavy feeders of. Potash.
will sell M imtilia auction in front ..r. the- ....rt them are TkrilUt! other Parson
HOUBS"From I are
E: and: 2 to 4 p.10 m.to 12 an>., season, was that of Monday evening ,: upon lxi a.the......r. during the legal noun of sale, Brown, RulayTangerine\ llvitromkwttt, Potash exerts a marked! influence

SVILI.IC, Brevard Co., Florida Feb. 22, tn honor of the Washington FIRST MONDAY IN AHtlL, A l) BWT.. Triumph and Common Or nKri>lt.,. 80*. ; l orv-the quality, and'! quan

r-x.108.i anniversary.. Though quite 'an Impromptu to thofcfKhent and bent blililap-for, canli. the fallowing each, $a .'! ).pr 100. PLANT of the fruit. Florida soils
.. .. Boone's & Mott'it- hood TiOo. tity
practice In all the courts-state and fed affair< the charming method of dwHirllieil real estate,> tu t il InBueTunl ffi-irly ,
oollntr.l'lorlda.: towlti Tbe.."nrlh.liail ot the each, $10 per.lOOiSutsumii being largely deficient1 in Potash
>lal facilities for examining and perfect I Its managenteiat showed careful prep north quarter of section 20, .and than aootli- and Mandarin, 40o.( ash
ad titles. aration. The parlors were quite elab- weet qtiKiterof theeoutlieaabqiiarteroi: aeutlon Lamb ROo. each r a Heavy application of a
20, In uvwn hl|> M,south range 3tl eant.AJuo Orani,
orately allowed for the o.ra.ion, por* ten acme of land, eliciit of wb"to. an Seedless ttfttpe. Fruit, Wot: (1a'b". $40 SYSTEM.Notice fertilizercontaining not less
orange grove: dOlK'rIlMt.rollowe: Boiueriedon 100.
CARY-ELWES traits of out country's Father and; the north hy land, sold to Mr*. A. ItCantlne per than ofActual
13:: %
; by T. K.Dixon,and still belonitlhn ta h"v. and Also all 01.1 l the varletlM- '>t'Mheltthat .
NOTARY PUBLIC drapings of our country's flitg being the upon whiten Thomas. (.antl...., now or Jtovtuerlv are kn"wn>to be best Milted to. tills
leading features of the decorations. reeliled. ;5:on the eaflt by Ind/amRiv.e? an the South Florid section including then
STATE AT LARGE south by land now or formerly of Mm Annie
Under thfr graceful direction of Mrs. A. Dixon and John P Seta, and on tho weal by I r Free Stone: Orange peach,, that .
jpewritlnp, taxes paid for non. landi nmw or formerly known aa vacant tend orlJlnatctll..Oranpe; county, and l 1110 die
ents, rents and accounts collected, Dur too,. of Syracuse, N. Y.the following The deeds of aforesaid. Mra.' Cantlhe. Mm. An- best peach yet out for lhls.. ..eotion. to Travelers. : be made. The best
etc. Correspondence solicited programme was rendered : Dlxenand John P. SettTare oat rauexl at
TttUkvkUe, Brevard county*Florida. The above in the will bear
fcusvllle, Florida. Piano solo-Mrs. Hanna Columbus: ,'. itneorlbed ten acre of land le the trae where JAMIS MOTT; groves. state

Duet-piano and piccolo-Mrs. IIanna 'wide rttoinaa on the K. Dixon river and formerly rune resided bark t.? fa a. purl eoe acre on ORLANDO H TKBKKV, Prof'h., If you contemplate atrIPl'oaay point testimony to these facts.All .

STOK S. JONES, and Master Walter Hanna. the west about sob yards,and I* a part of lot sand
4, section 28, township: built,,. meg 30east. > Winter Haven, Fla. North, East, West onto any Florida >t>Mtl I'lIfMh-th. rtntMaf' In ...
Beading-Haul Revere's Klde-Mrs. A. (MIM'.... es .h. bat farms I. in. neebannal-It
JLTTORNEY-AT-LAW. W. Sweet. MINOR S. JOKK8 point, for reliable Information, through laid In a huh.hook which we publish and will ajadlvuU
**.M aagMatmar la Amarica who. will writ ","Uo
inard-aprl Mauler. rates and most ooKvenUnt schedules
SVILLE, BREVARD 'CO., ]'LA! America -by guests of hotel. Nottoei-For PubUoiitloiiwLnndtOaice GERMAN KALI WORKS

Address.-Hon. A. B. Turner, Grand] Nolleel4 write to the undersign, who will 93 Naiaaa St.,Meet York.

unty Judge of Brevard County.D. Rapids Nioh.Patrlotlo ( at Gainesville, Fln.. \ answer all letters promptly, anti give

February 15>181)7) J JNOTICK f -
quotation-Mrs. Durston. In Court of the County Judge 'exercis you any necessary information NATIONAL -
L. DODSON Vocal duet-Mrs. Hanna and Mrs. u.. Probate Jurisdiction. ks hereby given that the followlnff-
ing settler has tiled xitlce nf his Intention The Routes offered via. the Plant Home- Seekers
G. Gleason.. In the matter of the estate of ClaraT. to make final proof In support" of his
DENTIST. claim and tint nalil nmof .111 the made before System, the equipment aDd excellent
Reading-Mrs. Sweet. H. Eaton, deceased t: Clerk Circuit court at TltiiHvllIt..., an April

Battle Hymn of the Republic, -by the TillS day this cause came on tone heard nn- 3rd, IHII7\ vln. Edwurlohnshs. ,, of Nutlmii.Mu.< service, are unsurpassed by any line REAL, ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Office the report, of the Couimltiidoner appointed Homestead 2W44! for the lot 8,,unction I, town
over postoffiee.BVH.LB. I guests. to make sale of lot 4, block in In the ship 23, ROIM h range at east. suit, lots d, and 8h Through Sleepers are. operated on all
town of Melbourne ami It appearing. diet said section 8. township M: *nutl>range a*east .
: Mrs. Hanna is a skillful pianist and' property wan bid In by one of the exenutora of He namra the following wlinmHBa to prove bin. trains of this System. Insuring Luxury,
J'LOIUDA. her brilliant\. execution and, charming the will of Clara T. H. Eaton, dnrmuied to-wit continuous nialiliMice upon, and riilttvatlun ..I. Exchxeging Property for Property a
-by Elizabeth C.Entmi, f..t the sum of *IOt"'. a Id land.Tli: N. N, ranny, nf Nathan, Flat Comfort and every convenience. Specialty Send of what
readiness to E. J. fmtorliia, of Canaveral F4. W. H.rwtorluiH Description
L. GAULDEX respond to demands upon. Now, therefore all pernoiiH IntonwUid In "aid t
her talent have boon greatly appreciatedby estate are hereby required to. appear In this of Canaveral, Flu.; Honry A. Ihwleqof l Address you hiwtt, nrtd what'you W"rlt.AJ..iBAR ,
court the Canaveral Fla.
ATTO guests of the hotel and' citizens ot upon J. M. MARCO,. Register R. Ii.,TODD
the town, during this and the previous MONDAY IN APRIL, A D WOT, ( Indian River, FLORIDA
and show rBn....If any they can, why said sale Dlv. PUHH.
practice all the Courts &the State winter's sojourn here. should not be tmnfim ul.. Agt., C. C. CARROLL,

rlda.and the United States Mrs. Sweet's readings are nlwy It la further dlreaterthat this order be published Nat too Fur 1"ubldeetlou. or C. H. no\VAHDiClty Pass. Agt.
'. Box,235. TITUaVlliE, FLA. acceptable and her renditions on this ) In the INDIAN Ruses ADVUVATB once a Real Estate Agent.
week. for four
Hiinoeisrve week
Money to Loan. 18 occasion were highly; effective, combolug Done and ordered, at the Probate once at Jacksonville, Fin.,

as they did, an elegant manner aud Tltuavllle, Florida, thto 2Mb day of February, Land Office at Onlnesvlllo, Fla. )t
well-trained voice. A. D Theo, Largest and Most Com-
FREEMAN HALL 1807.MINOR February l.\ 1807. JNOTU'E (
Mesdames W. II. II. and 0. G. Gleasoo 8. JONES
marll-apr2 County Judge. In hnrahT given that the folbowingl platen Establishment South
SATTORNEYAT.LAW both gave the occasion the benefit of settler has tiled notice of his Intentlon -
their approval their effective aid and to make final proof In support "r his PirFBR'S
& INSURANCE AGENT. charming presence.All Master's Sale. (rlalin and that paid< priHif will be made before ROYAL:, GEO S, HACKER & SON
tusvllle, Florida. Clerk 'Ircnlt ooiirfat TttiiKvllln Flu., on April" PILLStllll.WD.IICnVIUII" ,
8rd, INn7virl henry A. urelur of Canaveral,
Wesentlnff all the best and stron humors of the blood, from the and by virtue of a decree of fore Fla..Homestead'tU, for the ltwesthalt t 4, motion il.1 NEVER: ""I LA..
ofantthwestquarter, Hentloii 24, sate NU..uurou.
and sale
Ensurance Companies. Issuing out of the Circuit
rite lines In anywhere small pimple to the dreadful scrofula Court for Brevard eountv' In a cause thereIn northwest quarter of nortliwpnt ipiarter section ::::; : Mmnty>< ayav.rsooiu:ir painful:,
to any amount, sore, are cured by Hood's Sarsaparllla, depending; wherein John McAllister Is complainant 2B/ township| :2.1: aonth range 37 "et. IhMe orimna. lie
lhe, East Coast. which thoroughly purifies, vitalizes and and E O. VKvell et. al., are defendants He nainew the following" wltnnnHea to>prove his 1....."_.. Name
) I will sell at auction In front of the oontlnnoiiK reHlilenoe. Ufion, and oiiltlvatlon ..r. | liui 11 ..,n enriches the blood. court house door,during. the legal hours of Bale, said land, vim honey WllHon, of (Canaveral ."."." 'sen.i"' to In 1/
AYJTK: BAY, DADK COUNTY Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache upon the Fhi.. 01 t Arthur Franklliuof raiiavttrul..1 i K.J.lm Cold by Msl
torliiH of ranaviHUkl, Fla. W, II. rriuiorliia. ; < l'RFVERNED1; f
indigestion biliousness. All | Chl.> 1IU
W. SWAN, ; FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A D 1897, ul Canaveral Fla n>

U. S. COMMISSIONER druggists. :25o. to the highest and Inwt bidder for cash" the following J.; M. KARCrt,Register.R Sold by J. B. Scroven, only. ,
described real. estate, Dltuautd In Ilrev -
I Notary Public State at Large. ird county, Florid* to-wttt A .. land
nds Selected A Snake Charmer: nverhalnsand tlIty.throe links (1123): wide
; Conveyances made. and extruding from the Atlantic ocean to the a
espondence solicited. Address: Indian River, a cllntance, of seventy-three (73) s..aww.ee4.
I Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Walter Ralston, of Washington, D. X, rlittltiH, the south line thereof being parallel Es I 1l ,
with and seventv-Aeren font north o> the south
Office, Ewan's Landing. a snake fancier and tamer, was in Rock. line of Hcctlcm thirteen, (1:1): ) township twenty- l I7TFfiUITTREES

ledge last week with his large: case of seven ((27) smith range thirty-seven (37) east,. Manufacturers of
EORGE w. ALLEN containing 38.18! aor s,morn or less. HIGHEST
reptiles, and was an object of much Interest I). L. GAULPEN, 4

as he handled and caressed Ills mar6-apr2 Special Master QUALITY W.ITl. DOOVH Sash Blinds

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW "pets." In his collection Is a Olla monster THE POMONA NURSERY ,

or "beaded" lizard found in Arizona a
Moulding Building
Florida. California: and Mexico; also an

ill lpuRna.-native to South America.-and IIIK will tell what t. pleat ami'
practice In the United States 1M you fcHHco and Wnreroomn
- In Circuit Court (of the Seventh Judicial Wi King Opposite
State Courts. other species of the lizard family, besides HOW to pleat It. We have
| 9jun05/ snakes of many varieties. Circuit of Florida, In and for Urevard In stock a full line of everything needed. Cannon Stro.t.Charleston ,

While here, Ralston was seen to take County. THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD.

R. F. II. IIOUGIITOX, out of a box, with his bare hand, a huge -IN CHANCKHV: PfjEPA/D aanhes...Plum, Peara, Psralmmona Plus., S. C.
rattler he had ,not seen before, and Frank. E. Heath and Khrlok ) Ovmatfe ana Roe..rc our lush.., .
handle It with little fear RossiteraH Executors of
as as anyone the estate of John Heath, I THE POMONA NURSERY
DEXTIST. else would our common chameleons. Hn deceased. f ft ;; 1 Sash Cord and
,- ....1.....), PI.rM>.. Weights
is in the state to exhibit his specimens, VS. ,
which he does free of charge, meanwhile Jesse T. Simmon JAFFIDAVIT

selling his pamphlets on snakes to those having been filed In this court Hardware.
&tons, Florida. for the complainant that
who care to buy; and also to search for the defendant lease T. Simmons Is over I
:T.: 1:? cSs a-EiC.: : TXT. I'
and .
new'varieties for scientific purposes. 21! years of age, resides without the State of ,
O. FRIES, C. E. This snake charmer left for the lower Florida, anl Is believed to reside In Boston Window- and Fancy Glass
Georgia, and that there Is within this
part of the state, and says he means to state service' of a minpoena, no upon one. whom would And the Indian River Str. "Silver King.: '
COUNTY SURVEYOR. capture the enormous reptile reported to bind said defendant I
These are, therefore, to command the
have been stranded in a wreck on one of you '
aid Jesse T. Simmons, to appear at the Clerk'*
and legally surveyed and sub-divided. the Florida keys some time ago, and said oftlce of this court on the -- .--- .

to be now living there In solitude apart FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, DllHVT, Commencing Monday February 1 1807 thc fallowing schedule will be effective '/
ping neatly done. Estimates for from other of Its kind. << Wines, Liquors
any and answer itld bill In due course, otherwise
on the J., T. & K. W. R'y and connection by /Mteamor appointed as shown a
kinds of the mane will be taken ..
n, engineering works. DIe- fessed. against you con- below: and Cigars.

> lines a specialty.IASTIAW The best regulator to regulate a people It la directed that thin order be publishedwith Guaranteed Pure.
, Is Simmons Liver Regulator. It regulates as little delay I aa ':t.telonlot ... INDIANKIVBH 8OUTHUOUND.Lv NOR'l,I I BOUND.

Brevard Co., FLORIDA.an.'tod. the liver and the liver regulates weeks ADVOCATE, that a copy once be a pouted at the. consecutive Court Sold at reduced

the person. If the liver Is regular then House door and a copy mailed to the defendant Jacksonville (J T & K W).. 8 ::10 n m Lv HocklodRo (Steamer), T(0(1) A mAr price.

health is good, but if sluggish or diseased at Ikmton Georgia,within :tM days from the data Palatka. If 10 15 n m Tltimvlllo MO A m ImportedTokajr

A. :Bc1an.: then there Is constant Biliousness\ hereof Done and ordered at the DeLand... 11 41) n m Lv Tltuivlllo (J T A K W).. .10 (1) a m Wine,

i every section at once to sell staples Indigestlan, Headache and all the disorders Clerk's offiiie at Tlttt.,1II.1 Hnnford. ... J (1141 p m Ar Enterprllle" 13 04pm from Italy.

to dealer; no peddling; experience of the stomach that one hears of. {ICircuit }1 Florida. this Enterprise. 2 BO p m Sanford. 12: M I p m
Court/ A U 189?.
cessary; best side line. '7 .OO a Try Simmons Liver Regulator and prove February Ar Titusville. >> 440pm If Do Land. 813 pm John B. Togni

th. Salary and expenses or large this. febiamarl9Notice A. A. STEWART, LvTItiiHvllle (!Steamer). . 5 (M() p m Palutka 4 AO p m ,

mission made. Address,with 2 centp Clerk Itrevard Circuit Court Ar RocMedge 7 no p m Jacksonville 6 40 p m Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Bay St.,
for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap In several towns In Holland a birth Is County.
W. B. COFFIN, (}('n'l Hupt. O. D. ACKEULV, Oon'l PaM. Agent JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
: Manufacturing Company Cincini announced by exposing at the door a
Ohio.y '' ---- .....
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i -- -- Wholeaale
silk pin-cushion, covered and edged by For Publication.LAND -

plaited lace, the sex of the infant being

s when will you Grove's buy bitter Tasteless nauseating Chillo shown by the color-for a boy, red; a Orncx, OAIWESVICLIE:, FLA. I : WEAK MEN MADE VIQOROUS.
February 1, 1"111. }
l Is as white. The house which shows In .
pleasant as Lemon Syrup. girl, NOTICE Is "hereby following- .
r druggist is authorized to refund this manner that the number of Its inhabitants named settler has fld r'.n..ttCll': \ his Intention : southern.Railway.
oney in every case where it falls to to make final proof In support of hl. claim and i1
50 has been increased enjoys that said proof will be made before Clerk of .iI
cents. 23-10-07 by ancient law and custom, various Immunities Circuit viz Court,W.at Titimvllle,of Fla., March. IB, IHirr, .
: George Hchuvler, Indlanola Fla.,
and prlviliges. homestead I9..KI.1: for the northwest I( of southwest SHORTEST ROUTE ,,, ....P..,. V-Oltt.

RANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR 3D.. !M I section 14, township! south of range ABSOLUTELY THE What PEFFR'S HERVIQOR Did' !

women to travel for responsible He name the following witnesses to prove his U warp, ly, and qul.aly. Cur.. when all,
dished l house In Florida. Salary An old book quaintly says that "when continuous resilience upon and cultivation tif DINIUO I ITHOROUOHIARB OAU. other tall Yarns men ruiialn Inn manhood, old
nd expenses. Position permanent. tbe whole system Is pervaded by well said land vU.i John Koch of Merrill Fla.j tnC10170B PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS .n."n. n
'nee. Enclose self-addressed I oxygenated blood, vigorously propelled, George K. Sweeney,of IndlanulaFla.i' i I7redk. COACHES: : VB8TIBULED: TRAINS, : ". r.w.r.Halite.
Bergman of In.llaliola.II"I... Walter Sweeney, .....
| l la-
d life and activity are copiously commun- ;
envelope. The National, Star of Indlanola, Fla. .-&e..I'J'"lll'fJj.--[ __... sal
flee Bldg., Chicago. Jan29,07 icated." Which means that when the OMlt J. M. IlABco Register. (. ] : ennatimptliiii.Uon't ,
blood l Is purified by the use of Ayer's .lot drUfniUt impose wnrtb.HMaub.itliuroahi NORTH EAST AND WEST. 'In..all 1'I..llIa".... Inalatonhav-
Sarsaparilla, perfect health is the result. fr* PEEL: ER'. JlIII&V'UG": op send for. I'.
What do you need In the way of Notice to Creditors.TfJP. THE EAST. tae be ....'.4 In...t poalMt." frepaid plain wrav
THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA pur. 111 par hex, or (or E", wiiu A. Knltlvaaj
lopes, note and letter heads billjds .
ritual .nsalaa> fu ) or ICna<4 thai
statements, tags, cards, etc P It is estimated that the changes In New York and Florida Limited, i MJIDIIOALA.d'lit'' ,.... AddraesrIPVIM
: Cal: .av, Ill.
:creditor*of the estate of Gideon Colqu-
shall be glad to have a share of your the British army regulations, by which and Southwestern Limited
of Hrevard deceased
"' county, Washington
k. the soldiers may wear their shoes until will; nia\\:; notiaethat administrator 1 1 Fast Mall. Sol'd by J. D. Hcrovon, only.
( said estate ha suggested the Insolvency of the And the United States
used up Instead of having a new pair aa"1;

The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, issued at stated periods will reduce the Wherefore, Bald creditor, and all person HOUBS JAOKSONVILLE TO WASHINGTON. SO YIARI'REFLRIRN011.
one, $3; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 having claim against said estate will be required .
usville, Fla. consumption by a hundred thousand to appear before ."e.on or before ONLY 27 HOURS JAOKSONVILLE TO HEW YOBL

pairs. As Tommy Atkins receives a THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE 1HOT Solid of Lateet Improved Pullman """.pi"*Care u4 BuM DU
} I and file with me their said. claim,or paymentwill Vsatfbltl.dloa'thmpugl; wlthonl ah..J{. to W..lnJtoD.IIoII'ItAOn..
money allowance In compensation for ha barred. PUlaaWphla. Mew York sad tile Baal.
he man who his bread'finds
a shoe leather the This Itch day of November IftfM. AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
his savings on new "THE CINCINNATI
etness In It that the loafer never .H SOB S./0ves: ,
BWS.'Thm. regulation l Is well received by the rank E. C.TYKDALL.Administrator.. County nor20tomy4l Judge.: ) I.RdYstibuledTralnifrom JaokeonvUJe ." via Everett. Atlanta and Cba'_..


Neglect of the hair often destroys the OILY 25 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. OBSIOMS.
vitality and natural hue and causes It .... oniMoMoe tat .
and all poiote Kortk and We ArTen..nem.C eketoh sad deaerlptloa may
to fall out. Before It Is too late, apply gsesly see.rtdn. free. whwber an Invention letmtmblf

Is pure, rich blood, and a strong and If all's Hair Kenewer, a sure remedy. THROUGH SLEEPING OARS JAOKSOHVILLE TO ST. LOUI3.Withonl pW. Oldest ntsblw ecenay Conimiinloatlone for securing patent atrlotlfeonadentlal.

healthy body, because with the approachof liara Bad Holly 8pria,e. to Am.noa. We hate w..hlmrtfll,..
spring and tbe beginning of warmer .11_... vUl ....... AUautas .rm. ........ taken through Mane c... reaetv.rrnnl .
hae sass.b..e.$1.. wbn ere.. HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. notlae la tbeSCIENTIFIC
"e Would rvr4 a ataa*tailor with mora weather your physical system will undergo ONLY 36
,ear*. '.Tbar. baa vava >... a Um.wb*. radical changes. All the Impurities rmUjua Oar. eedOI1 _OHr ."b the... IxmlJ Oor.i AMERICAN
A. rf.waraMiraaaMatUI.Tb te
.n which have accumulated during BIR 1awA ASHEVILLE ROTE-n"'ah M'v'arcan d'a7'00''m' ....... laraett elnralatloai. of
a........rU Anberllto. tkroe.(ha) b..HwileelJouro. re....r.ea.w.j eai
FERRY7SSEEbt colder weather most now be expelled or r ilJoalx month*. Mpwrtman eoplnand 1L4I
iUjiLI serious consequences will result. The "LAND OF THE SKY." SuuK OK fATaum aat free. Address

I ta fall *.f Than tafonaatlaa will n.far.r b.(ardaaaie a tMUtr tiaaeD aa4flanuna. one public blood eye today purifier Is Hood's prominently Sarsaparilla.In the) s ... ..*......rf r .__ t. to ...... -eA..... .....>.. ear --- .... MII!b 3fll: MUNN.......A... New CO.Y,.....

*naw farad forth.INl.dnb.' / "*" a....*t tewBovniBaUf SAILWAT 018"wm.atloaa
record of Is unequalled. Its
M.Per Oo.Detroit Nioa.PEP Its cures
.ale are the largest la the world. A L. &. 8HIif' AH. Tlorld Faa Agl..Il' W.$ Biy Stress, Jacksonville, H wCajL.Uk 'eMp1"

few bottles of Hood'. Sarsaparilla will s if bars, 3 Y Quiz A. A.TUBX, IL H. HABDWIOl, Wanted-An Idea S sera. mmssf
prepare you' for spring by purifying' and .utts w61aa 1 .... Aid. Ipw. P.iw:... J''''' Mesa. 15.7 JIt.., SkIayoi I wwaib
enriching your' blood and toning and invigorating -, : .-.0.0.....y_. w.mPIsg...b. a. ...M -Ifrh.l0Rlf. WILDEa3UC'.....J1..co. ........at...Albw1. o.w-

your whole system. .Ml- ... I1N1.5 Sw,a.rlmr__ w..MIIo ...





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{ ,''i i -$IHDIAN( ..EIYERA ADYOClTE..#- where now naught is heard but the CRATES : .

--- wild bird's call or the cheerful
' I monotone of the festive alligatorand CLOTHING.
t :; bis numerous and more or less
: Orates at Lowest Prices
1', woare.xnunao.vxasaxasimere. 'unpleasant associates:;; it '
that the plow will turn .'arrows TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES, '

'r. 'Cage 1I.'W,6TOJI. Edltor&PI' "
? hold their silent sway.;; lit>maybe LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.

It I't", > Check,etc.< uay fee uule payable- (] that the home of the enterprisingsettler Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To
I ','M.'WAtTO,publUixir< and proprlirtocA will rise where now the
:Stock on the( East Coast. G. F. PADDISON, Eau
,\ tangled forest trees rear their lofty Biggest .

heads, reaching (many of them in __- '-
BILL 'has been introduced In vain) to catch even a passing kiss
the, house, prohibiting' thei.manu- ...,, : DAWSON
? flp from the of the mid-day sun ;
il'1' fit, I facture or sale of pistols'
IJ It :State of Texas, and it provides a whistle he .
give place to the of> ungainly Wholesale and Retail
w : f r i l l fine of !froll1'-$100 to 1000. locomotive, and the hum I, t .
and bustle of an ever-advancing ","' "... ,I V '.

TiiEi-Florida Oitizen has changed: civilization spread over, a regionnow f" I, ;) ",. WINE & LIQUOR MERCHANT

t ., [ hand8,.>Mr. L.H5.: Metcalf retiring held in possession ,by the 'r s ,

h 1 'in favor of Mr. Oeo. W. ,.Wilson, somewhat taciturn Indian and his r '- '_ _.a, .'
collector of Internal Revenue J '
: : prey. ...
i Jacksonville, ,who becomes editor' ,'I .' t ", : 1 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Flag!

ilo and proprietor. The ADVOCATE.: "Justice" Explains. =-. Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines H&
I' did oat feel like noticing (the & all
? I change :ia its last issue, for *he i SKUAS-HAN, FLA., March 8,' '07. r ..-.Y.{
.- Mexican and Florida
It simple reason thatwe wanted to Editor Advocate :
have fair look t.Bditor! 'Wileiwi's -
Dear SirAn: Item appearing In your
style of getting out.a paper ,-beifore Sebastian notes of last week stating that .? ,.: ..;ii JFJCIVIEWHISKEYS FANCY G-ROCERIE8,

( we said anything about it, for a "From now on, Bro. Lawson will edu- from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle'no Compound
M cate his daughter at home she having GOOd!
'"new broom sweeps clean. k.f graduated at our public school; carries It is a Grave Mistake rarPrice: List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

amining.lt from deg t6 day, ,'we with It the; Idea that Bro. Lawson had, you wish to open an account you must give first-class city referenda D;;;
{ 'find -some improvements In' the for some unjustifiable reason, ,'discon;
'Citizen, and we must say its.-gen- tinued his daughter's attendance. But, TO BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS. --

I f (; eral make-up. to that the teacher saw Miss Lawson
I say
,proprietor 'auditor 'WBson-al school hours, and
ii whispering during Fall cL.-
,though not ,.knawn'to'tlheDVOCMXE' : : attempted to force her to get up before Without First Sending to New Goods. :

H .editor-fo said to be am old news. the whole school and tell what abe was

papermain, w-ho.has: %een> outof, saying. This Miss Lawson declined to I
I do, whereupon she was told to go home.
p harness for same :years. Whilewe We are defending neither teacher or The Store An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods .
usually kept I!
regret the ,departure of our esteemed pupil but we do object to the insinuating Surprise !

frlendiEditor Xel calf, the : manner In which your correspondent "

... ( ADVOCATE .warjuly: .welcomes ,itbe( referred to the matter. J U81ICE.! "General Stores: DOMESTIC GOODS, NOTIONS, HAH

II if present editor and proprietor to.tfc prices are very reasonable, and we are li
CLOTHING Etc.Our/ prompt
T the .Florida, CIur distic field, wiab-f ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA shipping. One can depend to get good value for I
ing him and his lively ,paper every{ Jensen. ,
money. We
i Sell| to Dealers only.Some .
possible ftuoeeea, and in ''the meant of
I I'' while, trusting that. ,the will ,make Geo. F. Paddiron, of Eau Oallle, its in many "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHIXf,

'the Citizen as orderly, clean andnewspaper town to.attend the Pineapple Growers'meeting. Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-A!

just a as ihia predefeessli solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
Messrs. W. O. Gilmore and Charles
t' >r. ', ,Leavitt are expected from England this POLLAK & CO.,
Rea f r 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville Fla
: ; The O. B. Y. club cruisers passed
down the 'river, Friday afternoon, -on SHOWN THERE.***
their return from Melbourne.Mr. .
The reeeat good roads congressis JAMES PBITCHABD' President; W. M. BROWN, 'Vice-President:
: I M. S. Moreman, of the :Florida .-. .
I is likely "cto prove more.effective -- ""- C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

than any other of the ,io ny con: meeting Fruit Exchange of the Pineapple is in town I Growers'awaiting As,the It Is the Largest ns well as the most TJp-to-Date Store in the State, and an

Ik ventiona and -eongreeeoe that, have .sociation., Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the day received.Proprietor .
been held in the et-afce. The INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM
I lately Mr. J. S. Park, from Atlanta, Georgia, J. X17. :ESTES: .
themselves have to
people i-oome has been spending the past three weeksIn ,

I see that good and eervloeiiMa. roads I our town attending to business in- of the Surprise Store (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
II. are an absolute necessity f .before terests. *" M *IVHB' B< V BMH M Mi B B M>a B HiMM '

I the 'country eaR be fully developed, Invitations have been received to at- r' A Authorized; capital, $100OOC ,
i and are for the' most part willing tend a dance at Pine Lodge Hall Eden, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,, G j : r-"X.r-vJi 1 Paid up capital, $25OOC

1 to be tared: Jthat ,this desirable end ,on next Friday evening. We hope to at- ----- f :-: A v:> JXti Average deposits, $160OOC'I
tend. -
li maybe reached./ : In most ,localities mattes of a petition of A.; L. Hatch, Geo.E. Mary Fetch . . e 00 T
the road .building material is R. D. Iloke came up from Miami on Chester, and twelve other property Chy Padgett, 10 00 Transacts a General Banki t
Monday morning, and left on the noon holders living between dardeevllle\ and Sarah Bean, ? ,, .1000 :
close at hand attainable
I or easily train for Titusvllle, to attend County City Point, praying for a change of public M Haydan . .. 4 00 ./ r< Business.
and the cost.of building >the,"oad8 Commissioners' meeting.; road between said points from the Chas Jacobson, II .. 1000 I '
11 will be insignificant compared with DieetIng of the Indian River and beach, Its present location In part, to the Kufalla, . . 4 00 ";FS 11 Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Him
f: *; the benefits that will result from Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' Association bluff or bank above high water mark as J Lewis, . . o 00 t
1 their construction. As soon asInorid.'s will hold at the Al Fresco hotelon far as practicable, which petition is received Anna Gore .. . 5 00 ztlr Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries
,l I Friday the 5th Inst. A largo attend- and llled this 2nd day of March Lizzie Tucker, II : . 8 00 2 -
k greatest drawback-Aer1 ance is expected.E. R. L. Dixon, B. B. Beal and J. J. Joyner II Heyser . 5 00 DIRECTORS SjAS.PRITOHARD'W.B.BAttNKTTl're
sandy roads-in ,overcome, a rapid 'ibe, and they are, hereby appointed to II Bowman, . o 00 a (\ ,l<]H
i change for the better may; be lock D. Young after a four months visit mark, view and lay out the most practicable R Head and family paupers. 10 00 {r J of DURKEE the National Hank ot Jacksonville!,J.E

ed for and confidently -.expected ; to his home to Indian In Plainslleld River, N.lie J., has returned he- route for said change of road In Guy Torbett pauper . . o 00 Jacksonville(Vlce-President), and W. M.National Buowx.CORRESPONDKftTg. Bank".
I says accordance with Bald petition, the above W II '
Sharpe, work . .. 100 00 L .
; h' the listless and the climate here to the disagreeable
jaded nag-of to-day prefers viewers to make their J Houston "
i' appointed reportto . . 100 00 ,,, Seaboard National Bank of New York ui
,l. J will give place to the epirited.gteed. weather In the north and east.;. this board. on the first Monday In KDHoke, ," .. 10000 "'i "rIr l" c -gi.e, tt :National! Bank Jackaocvllle. it

of'to-morrow, and a drive through April. J Boyd II . 1000 '
4 the health-giving pinewoods will -Never fall to read our Insldo pages. The clerk of the county court presented O F Paddison, lumber for bridge 5 79 1"'I".rUSVILLE, FLA.
You will always find something to interest his bill for witness fees in said K A Conkling, ferryman .. 208
I become an exhilarating pleasure) you..EImVAILD court of the February term, which was D Cain. '> KOH ---
_, instead of the depressing ,iform of. examined and approved by tho board. F Hall, Insurance court i house 3760

I wit ; amusement it Is .at present. The The county treasurer'having: made his E B Wager, printing blanks lij 00 MIAMI
saving to owner of stock, especi COUNTY CO9IMISSIONKKS report on the fine and forfeiture fund for C II Walton, financial statement 10 OIl( -
I 1 UOCKK1 INGS. the month of February was examined B Wilson, criminal pros . 100(1( *
baling} and afPI.oved by the board; J. R. Walker J W Waller, constable. . . a 20
I were appointed to U D Smith . .. . :3.-JO:
: I ( TI'rvavILLE, FLA., March 107. burn the warrants turned over by the A A Stewart, clerk Co court. 2 02)

I I I, ,, ,, money for the purpose of bettering The Board of County Commissioner!) treasurer as per schedule. The committee J M Sanders, justice peace. . 4 08 Town Lots Now Sale
y their onA
having: performed duty, asked J
I t the highway. of the state will met on the above date pursuant to adjournment Arnald deputy sheriff . 810
I lI with the following; members to be discharged, which was accordingly J A Paine constable. .. . 1 00 l
) l MI never be regretted. That the' ubiquitous present : Wai. II. Sharpe, chairman; J. done. Wm llerndon witness. . .. .. 50
< I 'IL kicker will be in evidence is 1C Walker, 'J. ,Mendol, J. Houston and On motion, It was ordered that here- Gee Clements . . 50
; I inevitable; no scheme for the pub. It. D. Hoke; A..A. Stewart, clerk; J. 1'. after no costs and fees will be paid by J M Brown, . . 05U5 j E KINGSLEY General Agent For
lie benefit was ever broached 'Brown, sheriff. the county on the conviction of tramps R J Peterson, II . .. . ,
yet arrested within the limits of any incorporated J Arnald, . .
The following business was transacted 03;
;, that did not meet with opposition, to-wit ; town, it being the duty of the Steve Flatten, .. . 05 Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.!
,generally from those who are ultimately The minutes of last meeting were read sheriff in such cases to turn over such Matt Stewart II . .... 05
I '' t the greatest beneficiaries, nail confirmed. tramps to the proper town authorities.On Wm Hall, . .. 03
'ilk but in this case we hope and believe Bond presented by A. I.. Dlxon fornotary motion, it was ordered that the 01'del' D R Johnson . .. II!;3 CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
passed by the board to exempt $200 Frances Meyer . .. .
ubllc wan accepted and approved 05t3
that the
.. opposition will be in l+y the board. worth of property from taxation of all Minnie Meyer . !; all parts of the Town. Selected!
a decided minority, and the good Bond presented by D. L. Gaulden for widows be so amended ns only to exempt The board adjourned to meet Carefully

work will be successfully carried notary public, wo accepted and ap- county.such widows as live in Brevard the first Monday In April, 1897. againSEND Fruit and Vegetable Lands on $*
through. proved by the board.
r Permits wero\ granted to the following The following bills were audited and 11linmi' River mid Bay Bit
n"Jlc'l; :
persons to carry repeating rifles: John ordered paid: YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit
THE EVERGLADES. Quincy, Winchester; P. A. Loatherm.in, W II Sharpe county com . $ I 1) (X) to E. B. Williams & Co., wholesale Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers. $e

Ir -- Winchester; .E. J. Qulnby Mitrlln. J R Walker, .. ((00( fruit and produce merchants 65; South Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORID A ted
On motion B. Ileac) an.\\ family were J [endel.II. . (Ito I Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. See their I
1 I I A' decision has recently been put on the pauper list /or one mouth, .I Houston, . .. 13 20 advt. on page 3. out'
G rendered by the Secretary of the at $10; and Guy Torbett at 0.( R D Hoke, . :at ((10 Q?- As an advertising medium no r
Interior that the immense tract of toad ConimUstoners of Districts and JP'nrown. jailor .. . .. 3000 paper on the East! Coast can beat the
5 made their seniUannual report, which 'I waiting on Co court.I 00 ADVOCATK. Give IOD
land known as the Everglades, !: us n trial advt., ,
I 1'' was examined and approved by the I II sheriff in Salmon condemnation and be convinced of the pink
k which eomnrlses large nortioria of paper'sworth. )
r --- board ll and the ..mcheisuI'oIol'etl to beplaced case . . .. 5 75: IFlai
:Monroe and Dade counties, shall on filo. J P Brown making bond of W /

bo patented to the state Whether On motion it was ordered that In the II Sharpe . . . 2 80 U. S. Department of Agriculture
;j t' this vast expanse of unsurveyable matter of a petition received and filed J P Brown feeding county dogs( 4 00 V;
t this day of E. A. J1al.twell..J. Paxton *' waiting on Co Corns 4 ;50 Weather Uuronu-Jupiter, Fla. It, .. II
'r.-'jS"z: : swamp, covering an estimated area and sixteen other property !holders of janitor: . ... . 300 I
t .2,242,800 acres, will ever prove Uockledge, praying that the public roadat i1 sheriff In Salmon con The following Is a comparative state L4ssaole

I of any value to the state; 'remains Its crossing through hiss Louise demnation case. . . . 1110 l ment of temperature and rainfall for the I
.\' tlw to be proved. Its possibilities Powes' land, be so changed betweenher J .P Brown, sumn'g jury Co Crt. 2:1: 40 week ending Tuesday, Mar. 2, 1807.1S07 __
little doubtful and its north and south line as to pass along feeding Co prisoners. 13; 80 -1800-
a probabili the river bank and not In the rear of her II serving Injunction on ATE. MAX. MIX. JIAX. MIN. II

ties somewhat vague, but we hope premises ns It Is now laid out, and for Salmon . . . . . fl I ;;3 24 81 111) 71 uo3 THE BEST
'f that some use may be found for it such other and further proceedings as Is W II Sharpe, condemnation case 2 00 -'; 811 72 71 (iO LIQUORS for the Least Money
; '' ; which will make it a source of increased necessary to effect such change. A. W. J W Waller cleaning and garnishing 20 118 61 72 52:
I t 4t1 to the II. 11. Wilkinson and vault door. . . :'ISO: :27 III:l :M 72 51 -
revenue state. At be and the appointed Gardner 25 II\\) )0() 78
li same are, hereby & Walker, clothing for 62 J-u.g Twirl. Solloltod;
present, of course, it is nothing as viewers to mark and hay out the most prisoners . . :2 60 1 ": 58 75; l SB Rye anil Corn, ... .
rgu. ... ...
t more than a wild trackless waste, practicable road and they are directedto ''T J Cockshutt, making list for 2! 00 00 70 60 Tomi' Hulhml(Gill... .l.nnup Lba Iroquois ,Rye. per gal............ 6.00
perform their duties and report to condemnation. . . . Total rainfall Cognac. Rlackberry Ibacli'and up Calltoml Wln8tl. Catawbe Port, ....
abounding in wild game of all 4 00 for the week: 1:15: Inches Applebran.liae....... 8herry.Claret and Aogelica..... I...,"P
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i orts, and peopled in its more accessible tills board at their meeting ou the lint T J Cockshutt, tax ass'or's list. 1IHK Departure, from normal rainfall for the Sioux Rye.per laI....................... 3.00 I.Mop, Bottled Beer.,,rdoa .............1.00 UJI
Monday In April. T J Cockshutt, sup. registration 10 41 week: plus 0.54 inches. Departure UolIl..n rownRye per gal. .. Imp.Sherries er pi.......... ..00 CO
I i ; parts by a few Seminole In the matter of the petition of D. I K State Bank, 4 mos. salary of from normal rainfall since January 1, Shawnee Rye per gll.1.. ......... 8-01.110 Imported Imp.Oporto Gins Port, prearr.'III.4oow6.00and'uDwanl010 !4JDtoaal!
Indians, a place in which the wariest Hawldas .t. al., for a public road from H'Titus as pros attorney 13.1: 31 plus 4.20 Inches.J. Fine anti Key West cigars and 100
: and most astute individual can Stuarts to tho northeast bank of St. Lu- T T "Wetmore ice .. . . 1 SO) W. CROJTK, Observer. Send money with aU orders.tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per
lose himself with the cie river opposite Spruce Bluff post- S J Norton, wood for jail . :200! Will man complete price list on AU jugs l e. per gal. boxed extra
i sible greatest pos office, D. II rrU, T. J. DeStouben and A A Stewart accountant . .. 1.1 00 FAITHFUL when desired without extra charge.applicaUon. AU orders will be
ease, and into whose deepest Ed. Glutch be appointed to mark, view D L GaiOdea, pros attorney. .. 33 :33: WANTED to travel for MEN OR J. H. Send for price list.
i, recesses human eye has never and lay out the most practicable route J :Mendel 4 copies minutes 0 (X) established house in Florida.responsible MARTIN. 34 & 36 W. Bay st.,
: I 'i peered ; and yet it may be that inn for said road to run, And make their re J O Fries survey for condemnation $730 and expenses. Position Salary JACKSONVILLE
the days to come the woodman'a port to this board on tie first Monday at Jeoea. ... .. .'. .. JSJiO ent. Reference. Enclose self-addreued perman FLORIDA.

<.*x: will ring through the forests April.Oo notion it ordered that in the' J Win P Brown Anderson feeding Co prisoners 7 20 stamped envelope. The National. Star aDd Jobber wine trade.of aU kinds of. Liquors, Wines aDd B41er. known' to the spirit
I ; ; was pairper.. .-.-. .. 0 00 Insurance Bldg., Chicago. .

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last Sunday. Next Sunday there will ASK the recovered
Williams & Co
be Sunday school at 10 o'clock"; preaching dyspeptics, billonsufferera G. G. SPRINGER.
at 11 a. m., and Christian Endeavorat a victims of ,
(.ver and ague, the : .
7M; Let attend.
p. m. everyone mercurial diseased

olesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.,,. F. S. Drake, a music composer! and patient cov.redhalth how they chiier-r..
publisher for many years In Nindiana, ful spirit any good Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -
but resident of Atlanta Ga. Is appetite!they win tell
now a ,
65 South Broad St.
ATLANTA CA. you by taking SIMMONS
here for several weeks, looking after his L.IVEK KiouLATOR. .
rand X> orange grove. He expects to bring his s i .
'relg:1I.: omcestio; l r'uitlJ.: family here to live. ICEAND.9.

The Cheapen Psirest and Best FamilyMedlclaa
The dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Chas. : In the World
IILEBI FRUITS Bolton, Monday evening, was a grand For DYSPEPSIA, CONSTIPATION Jaundlc. _
.. iliou.attacks.8lCK HKADAC IK.Colto.Depression .
g Beans. Oranges, miccesa. The rooms were beautifully of : SOUR STOMACH,
Ulower. Bananas, decorated, the music tine, and the supper Heartburn, eta This unrivalled remedy Is Distilled Water I
Celery. Grape Fruit, equally nice. About forty guests were warranted not to contain r finale particle of
mineral substance, but laPURELY
or any
mbers. Lemons, present, and a moot enjoyable time was

toes. Limes, spent by all. containing thow Southern VIJGCTA1JL.C Roots and herbs, Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers '
,, Cabbage, t. Peaches, The ladies met at the schoolhouse on which an all-wise Providence has placed In ,

h, Pineapples, Friday afternoon, and organized a countries where. Liver Diseases most prevail. FACTORIES...... f
Potatoes It will cur. all Disease caused by Derangement
Women's Christian Board of Missions, of (... Liver and How.Is.
lant, Grapes, with the following offlclers : Mrs. R. A. 'SYMP1OM8 <>( Liver Complaint area Cocoa and West Palm ,Beach.
ajtus Cocoanuts. Conkling, president; Mrs. C. W. Bolton, bitter or bad tnsto in the mouth; Vain In the.

.NOFR-Tlllrd National Hank, Atlanta, Oa.; 0<<0. E.Johnson Candy: Mfg, Atlanta, '' vice-president! ; Miss Vlrglllne Carroll, Back,Side.; Sour or Joints Stoma often,,", mistaken Loss! of for Appetite Klieamatlsm ; __ ___ _0 __ _ __ __ .__
ur PackIng Co., Atlanta, Ga.; Geu. 1\(, Taylor, W.8. Duncan & Co., Atlanta, Oa.I 'I' secretary and treasurer Bowels alternately. costive and Ins; Headache
Loaa of Memory, with a painful sensation of
having foiled to do something which oughtto SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
,. I --------- have been done| Debility Low Spirit, a thick '
r Rockledge. yellow appeurunce of 1tJ Skin and liyus, a dry .
Melbourne.GOODE Cough often mmtaken Consumption,
Sometimes of these .attend
the disease, at many others very few symptoms; but the LlVb.ltla : Realm, Valentine and ItefiiKcw, |:J.00 per bile Muskmelon, I lion per Ik..ton. .
d. OOODR.-Real Estate and Loan Mrs. Jas. Brown returned home Tues- Reiiernllv the teat of the disease, and If not Wax, \ai'.letles Mkt 9a: Turnip, . : .. "
Agent( for .fttna, London' and Liverpool and day, after a stay of nearly two weeks at R.glllaed'iu time.will Globe and erial Fire Insurance. and DEATH ensuesThe J
Special ness .
attention pals to the Interests of mm.resi City Point.The following highly esteemed personsat'em 1''asAnrertranlVondnr, a4.ttiiMrbus.' Stock > .! no per oa., SIC! per ih. '
dents. to the virtues of Simmons Liver KcRulntonOen. early: varieties 3.00" Tobacco, Kin, (crown, t 1-year liOn 01, 5.(M .. "
house boat Marlon, belonging; to W. S. Holt, Pres t.a. S. W. K. It. Co; t Kev. Corn.. Held all variation 1.1" Sumatra Tohuoco. Tao/ per ow",7.111( "
Mr. Wallace, of Indlanola, Is tied up at J. R. Polder Perry Oa.j Col. K. K Sparks\ AI.bsny WatermuUma Kituar. all varieties. . 11..11IIlanllt'g: Leaf Tobaccos,"'IOIr OB.,4 INI "
OY HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE, }'LA.- the Hotel Indian River wharf.L. Hon.Oa.1 C. MaHlerson. Stephens.: \hherlB liibb C.s, toe. per lb.
Alexander II
situated G".I
on a high bluff over- I
IookinatheIndian River. First-clans. accommodations W. Battenfleld is having: large "\v. have tested its virtu., personally,sad Irr Send for price Hut to
,and rates ressonafole.X. know that for Uyspepala, Biliousness and L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
brick cistern built for In his It best mediUne the
use newly Throbbing Headache is the
ROBERTSON Proprietor. acquired Rockledge residence. world ever saw. \V.tried forty other remedies 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
before SIIIInon.Liver R.gulntorbut none Rave
NGP14K1116 relief but the Kesru.1a .
M. F. Dwyer visited Miami Saturdayand us mor.lhsu temporary ; -
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PRIVATE Bn.\RDIXG HOU8E -Tlle Oootte ." *
: \or not only I relieved, but cured u -ED.TBLBOKAIII
House on Fountain Heights, Melbourne, In Sunday. He reports great amount : : AND:> MBSSKNGKH, Macon, oa
now open to the public For terms aililress of activity in and around the big hotelsof MA\l FACTURED ONLY BV A Fertilizer for Fruit. I
that region. J. H. ZEILIN A CO., Philadelphia, Pa. c--

The trees have been
Good luck to Capt. A. W. Bale and his orange growingat
steamboat. We hope to see him running rapid rate with the warm weatherof : '.' ''':' "The Ideal Fertilizer"
deceased'ssister Pineapple
the past month, and are quite white will be tenderly cared for by -- -- -- --: \t'
IQWDERisolutely her soon. with bloom. Mrs. Stewart, spending part of
Mr. Jas. T. Daigan, of Atlanta, Is their time also with tlioir father's rela. Prio25seoo Jor Ton.GUAItANTEED ':
The ADVOCATE Is making good 1lead-
Pure.for spending: few days in Melbourne. lie way. Nothing dead about the pink tives. ANALYSIS :...... .. '1

Is a brother of Mrs. Clara D. Maclean. paper, which has lots of friends along Rev and Airs. J. L. Wilson were sadly. Moisture. .. . . . . . ,8 to 10) Per Cent. ,
its great leavening strength
illness.. Assures the food against Mrs. L. C. Moore, of Roseland, and the East Coast. bereaved the loss of their little daughter of Ammonia. . . . . . . ,4>i tt' to (n I to "

I forms. of adulteration common toindH. her sister D. C., Miss were Ella Moore of Hotel, of Washington Bollevuo Mrs. and Miss Roydhouse; Mr. and Mrs. membraneous, Naomi, who croup died,tumlny a malady evening of the I'hospliotlo Acid, . . . . . ,5 1 to 0 "

AKING POWDER CO.. New York. this, week., guests II. B. Koch, Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Koch, rarest occurrence In this country. She Potash (Actual), . . .... . . ,(li t to 8" "
of Allentown. Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Cor- was a bright child of three years, and Made from
exclusively Bright; Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood Bone
Mrs. Ferguson, of Covington, Ky., nell, of Brooklyn, are also spending some will be greatly missed In the family Dlssolvm! Phosphate, Fine hound<1 Tobacco :Stems, and !Sulphate of Potash. ,
arrived in town Monday evening. She time at this hotel. circle and among the little lends. A KIT" Write for directions for using and further particulars! ; also ask for

Banyan. intends to spend some time with her On Monday of this week the arrivalsat large concourse followed the small formto copy of "Economical Foitlllxing for Fruit." Wo curry a large* stock of all Fortlllror
daughter, Mrs. W. C. Barnes. the different hotels numbered Ill. the cemetery, and Joined with one Record Matoilal, Cotton :Seed Moal I, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices before -
Mr. and Mrs. J. Walton and Master This can be taken as a fair Instance of in expressions of condolence for the buying. Wo suek the growers trade direct.

uy vegetables are being shipped Claude Walton, of Titusville were pleasant the business in general done at this resort stricken parents. WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
i visitors at the fancy dress ball at the present season. s

plea are doing nicely in some the Bellevue on Tuesday. John Pendrel, of Palatka, agent for THE ROCKLEDGE STOKE has the The Fertilizer House of Florida, .;

east 85 per cent are fruiting. Hotel Carleton has her share of guests the Oklawaba line of steamers, will be finest display of Roods; along the East Jacksonville Fla. )

|rain would be very much ap- this season, and they all speak well of here for a month, and is registered at Coast. Our assortment is so large and \
kind White's Mrs. and varied, that wo can supply you with -- -- -- -
|by our vegetable growers. the attention paid their every want Cottage; A. E. Dupee
by Mr. and Mrs. Robertson. Miss Dupee, of Boston, are also at this anything you need. We make a specialty
ding for the mall contract house. of supplying yachting pal.tlee.r Fred'k.
yan to Tropic became quite Mr. and Mrs. John I. Day, of Chicago AXTOf & HATCH, Kockledgo. Morsex '1
arils the last. ; who are spending the winter at their much-enjoyed hop was among the -x-
pretty place In Micco, came up last weekto social events of the week, at Hotel Indian 'j
|mltb in town
was on Friday enjoy the boat race and call on their River, taking place Saturday even- Eau Gallie.
of last week
lie day talking Olivet friends. ing, it being the last before the opening REAZJ STATE" : j
this week of the lenten season.
Mrs. Wm. Treutler and Mrs. W. J. /
quitoes are quite numerous- Nesbltt, of Eau Gallie. spent one day Mr. and Mrs. Standish and the latter's The Lenten season Is now on. :MI.ELMI: Dada OC>>., T'LORIn1A.AGENT :: i
lie summer. last week with Mr. and Mrs. Jno. Goode. sister, Miss Barre, who are most pleas Town election next Tuesday. Vote

wart and family have returned Mis. Treutler's many friends in Mel. antly located at White's Cottage, visitedthe early and vote often. FOR LANDS OF J I
I Gallie, where they have beenr bourne were pleased to see her looking ostrich farm Tuesday, by the steamer ,
> a few days. so well. Courtenay.The Rev. II. It!. Prince preached to the .
Baptist congregation last Sunday. Florida East Coast Railway Company, r
ay friends of Mrs. Chas. Mage ;- The fine sloop Nemesis owned by Capt.C. progressive euchre parties whichare Florida Count Line Canal .\ '
shocked to learn the sad news II. Casper, of Tropic, made best time til-weekly occurrences at the Plaza, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ives visited Rouk- Transportation Company, ,:
Ith, which occurred on Saturt In the flist-cliiHS race, while the pretty ate entered into by the guests and visit ledge on Tuesday, via the steamer Boston .Florida\ Atlantic Coast Land Company. "j

| the home of her sister, Mrs. little sloop 11 at tie N., of Eau Gallie, ors with much zest and they assist in Courtenay.Mrs. - . ._ __ I
art. She leaves two children, sailed by Alex. J. Goodo, made best timeIn passing; away the evenings in a most Burbour and Mrs Wood visited

I the heartfelt sympathy of the second class.A agreeable way. Cocoa, Tueiid.iy, returning on the evening

nmunlty. Mr. Magruder died report of the fancy dress ball at the Mrs. A. Becker, of Montreal, who has train. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

,ear ago. Bellevue, given by Mr. and Mrs. C. J. F. been at City Point all winter, came to Capt. Al Goode, of Melbourne, came -j
Campbell, on Tuesday, will be found, in Rockledgo; :Saturday, and will spend the
to take the Rochester out
up on Monday D. >SSTJZDIjiO: :: W, Ca-oiaM : :
: FIND the finest line of Fish another column. It was a grand affair, remainder of the season hove, having a on a cruise. :
ride ever brought to Indian and many highly original costumes wereworn. room at Oak Cottage and her meals at (LATE CHAPMAN & :SUDLOW.)
the New The Spartan took a party to Mel- \
t[ the Rocktedge; store. Do not Rockledge.
all and examine this fine stock. bourne Tuesday evening, to attend the South Jacksonville Florida. ':''J
The many friends of }(rll. Susan The Quaker City Is strongly represented fancy-dress ball.!
XTON & HATCH, Kockledgo. Strawbridgo, of Sharon, Pa., will be sor- at Hotel Indian River this week, MANUFACTURER OF i
F'/ ry to learn that she lies at death's door the following being; some of the nameson Mrs. John Houston and Miss Laura .

'you need any job printing, we She has been ill\ for some time, and on the register: 1>. J. Landham, R. C. Houston returned, Tuesday, from n visit FERTILIZERS For Pineapples and
leased to get a share of it. the lath of February she suffered a Falilnmb, J, Harry Garrett, Mr. and Mrs to friends at Tltusvillo. Oranges,

stroke of paralysis. She Is 78 years old. Henderson, J. F. Moss, Warren Moss. Pros. Oeo. F. Miles, of the F. C. L. C. =

Mims. Mrs.in Strawbrldge Melbourne,has but spent has not several been winters here Otis E. Weld, E. T. PennIman, Boston; & T.Tuestlay Co. stopped his olMiero south.for an hour or Vegetables, and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material,
W. A. Goodby, wife and daughter, so, on way

for well five, among years.them Still the many ADVOCATE remember editor her Marion, Ind ; B. D. Potter, New Haven Pol-; The launch Kansas City, of Tropic, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dnst Kanit Etc, Also
J. S. LeFils representing Benedict, ,
|ms is planting quite a large brought the Messrs. Merrill and their v;
cane this A grand reception and ball, given by lak & Co., Jacksonville, are autographed guests to town Monday morning. Tho I'amou: : & 3EEn.zrca.-T17lxxi.oei: : Xlx-nxxd. .
gar year. Dr. and Mrs. IIarlan D, Brown, was the at the New Uockledgo.) Ammonia. .. . 4 to B per cent t
Allan Britton spent Washingday social event last week. It was the most J. W. Ballantine, a progressive citizen Hotel du Nil, Sarno, Is dally visited by Available Phos. Acid., . .U to H per cent J Par 1j12 .OO Per Toil.

with her family at .Minis grand affair of the kind ever given in and manufacturer of !Somerville/ N. J., tourists, location who are and delighted environments.with Its Potash K 0. . . . . ,0 to 7 per cent ) .

orry to report: W. A. Beck ont Melbourne. Over 250 guests were present visited Rockledge Monday. Mr. Ballan- splendid Highest Commercial Value given our brands) In tho lust Bulletin. Write for ,
|| with an attack of rheuma- from many different points on the tine, with bin wife, are wintering, as The schooner Cygnus, Capt. Vann, Prices. Orders. for :2 tons and upwards for our brand will bo delivered. free .f all
river. About 40 members of the Gilberts usual, at the Rocky Point House, returned on Tuesday from a down-river freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until
Bar Yacht Club were present, who came Shaipcs. trip, and is lying In the Eau Gallie river further notice.DUREN.
eadlng Club met Thursday up to attend the regatta and reception. :

F listened to selections taken Among those present wo noticed Commodore Canada sends a delegation this weekto A carload of goats, chickens, guinea-; __ .__ n _. .. ._ 1
Uhambra." II. E. Sewall and wife, }(r. and /get a breath of midwinter warmth. hens, cows and mules was slde-tiacked
Mrs. C. II. Racey, Mrs. II.\V. Among the names are Mr. and Mrs. here Tuesday, the goat, finding ready & FEASTER "
|erndon has returned home BesKeYi
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. B. Tyndall, \ Pellctt, Mr. and Mrs. II. M. I'ollett, 'r. sale .....
ant visit to his mother in
Jia. Mrs. T. A. Snyder, Mr. and Mrs. E. S. II. Harrison and W. W. Dunlop, from Thou. Harrison, of Montreal, Can., a GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and
Ilarmer, Mr. and Mrs. Pinkerton, lr.1 Toronto, all of whom registered at the brother of our old friend and former .1
grove, of Chicago, made a and Mrs. P. Aston, Mr. and Mrs. F. J. New Rockledgo.W townsman. John L. Harrison, Is bere on Crockery Glass and Tinware.
bin Mims, looking after her Magill, the Misses Baldwin, Snyder' Wallace Western Meats of All Kinds ,
A. Upham and wife, Mrs. M. A. a visit, stopping at the residence of J. E. Your Solicited. #
sts. and McCoundo also Messrs. E. N. patronage
; Repp, and F. J. Nrcholls, Atlantic City M. Hodgson.
Ryder, N. Blake, II. McVcan, Walter TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. .
Elnig, of Cleveland, Ohio Stokes C. E. A W. people, are being; entertained at the Messrs. Munn and Randall captured a :!
Sergoantson hacger,
Tfew months here with his Plaza also. S. 'I' Harvey and wife,
Smith K. 1' Yates and ; fine, eight-foot alligator on Eau Uallie -
t E, Snyder, C. S. ,
and II.
Annie Mrs..1. Converseand
Carlile. Chicago Mr
ns to have fully opened; C. B. Harrison. !Miss; Florence E. Converse, of Boston have river the last hide Mondty.dressed and Mr. made Randall Into will a -E. BRAY:: : & SRO-:: .i

and blossoms I and J. C. Bass and wife, Rome, Ga. pair of boots.

b direction. are peeping Widely-read IF YOU NEED Newspaper a Good, :Subscribe Reliable and for The whistle of the steamer St. Aug-ofa The schooner Olivette, Capt. Uralncril, GrocerIes, Grain. .Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries Fruit ,
ustine sounded like the familiar voice
bean crops, planted since the ADVOCATE. long-abHunt friend, as It saluted the of Valkaria, stopped here, Tuesday, on And Food Products! of all kinds. Grain, Hay. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
i snap, are doing nicely, various places on her way northwardlast her way to Titusville, where she goes. ) on Food! and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In
y several leaves high. Malabar. Friday. It is learned with pleasure Nelson's ways for an overhauling. I I the above lino of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.. t

., Ilendry entertained a few that she Is to be placed upon a route on Owing to the rough weather, the Very truly, E. L. IlltADV A DUO., Titusville IU.

reday evening. Those pres- the river at an early date. steamer Spartan was unable to carry the __h _. __ __ ._ ___ .__n. _.__.u ._ ..
6' having spent a delightful Who said they heard someone "How- The pleasure launch Moxie arrived at Tropic 1l1.lll..t. Saturday, the wind and .
seas forcing In the windows, Hooding
elling ,
F its moorings here Tuesday night from a her pilot house.A. THE DECANTER.
lies' Aid Society met at Mrs. J. B. Malnard, of Valkaria, is visiting trip to Jublter. Capt. Thompson who
hursday. They are endeavor- bere. own the boat Is largely Interested In A. McGirt and family returned last
kous ways, to raise money to the Moxie Nerve Tonic company of Boston week, after a two-years' absence at West & itenaker :
(church debt. J. }(. Minor, of Tillman, was in town, and, with his party, Is having many I'nlin lla()!i and Miami. )lr. Mctilrt Losley ,
I, Monday.Jos. pleasant experiences during his winter's will build! a house on the Hall lot, and

i ton, of,Atlanta of Griffin, are, Ga.here, and for Miss ajourn. Brown, Brevard's popular sheriff, outing Florida.The make his permanent residence, among us. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whiskies,

Mrs. Boynton Has ach was here on official business, Friday List. Nassau express was an hour late Mesars. Jones, Carter, Mailers and --- Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat. ----
is coming out finely since C. C. Carroll went to Melbourne on reaching this place. Monday, the first other Tropic residents, were noticed ln fI.
; Monday. time it had been more than a few min town this. week, patronizing our mer A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.
utes off since the, opening of the sched chants. Mr. Knst'y and Ills Interesting Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful. attention \given; to mall A
ekle Mims returned Monday Miss Jennie Howell has returned to ule. The complement that day was family came over to purchase live stock, orders. Cash must accompany your order. LOSI.EY.I: KEXAKEU,Titusville, Fla. '
Ana., where she has been dur- her home, after spending four months In seven passenger coaches which includeda viz: two tine goats, to the great Interestof :j
it Illness of Mrs. Cbaa. Ma- Melbourne. parlor car., all of which were well filled. the children.

Irho leaving passed saddened away heart Saturday mats\ Bessie Wells of !Melbourne, was besides two baggage: cars, making the The steamer St. Augustine\; under 1
iloss.I visiting her sister, here, this week. train about twice Its usual length.\; command of Capt. A. W. Bale, left last THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

Quite a number of our people attendedthe Mrs. Chas. Magruder passed quietly week for Titusville, where she will be
I enjoyable entertainment was. regatta held at Melbourne on Feb.11. away after a long and painful illness, thoroughly refitted, preparatory to Electrical and 'J
nor of Washington's: Dlrth.e between Machinery Supplies.
at the residence of her slater Mm. J. Q. making regular trips Titusville
schooL The walls of the Albert Carroll went to Giant, Monday Stewart, last Saturday. The! remainswere and Eau Gallie. Jt will be a great pleasure I

were tastefully decorated night. placed In the Cocoa cemetery Sunday to once more see the large steamers MANCFACTVBEBS' AOEMT9 WOK .

[hue and blue banting, and J. B. Beach is bere for several weeks, afternoon by the side of her husband plying the river-one that traveling public High Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motor and '

BootIng appropriate much programme credit on was our budding his orange nursery stock. whose demise occurred Just one will appreciate.The Generators, Warren Altrenator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams A
The service were con .
r. Muss Brown.i There are quantities of beautiful year ducted previous.Rev W. E. Smith and being ADVOCATE has some tobacco Co. Elevators. flPKCIAtTnrRi Electrfo Fan 1Ie.ln machine motors. Dental motors IronClad.
by Mow speed Multlpolar Motor for' heaviest factory work.: Improved street raUway aquiv
orange blossom here now, the trees attended by a number of relatives and seed to give away to IU readers. Call Burnt, modern la ueaifa and eoostruclloo. fully guaranteed and prices rich .j

i lOc. each; 93.00 per 100, at being white with bloom. friend The little orphaned boy and and get some, or lend stamp to pay the r. BISHOP, ........1'. JACKBONVIttZ.: TLA. :i ,

ATS o !ee. Good attendance at religion services girl, for whom great sympathy Is felt. postage. Saleroom, (I West Forsyth 81., Repair Bbop ton Main St. ,



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Ii,i H;;' :: : I 6 ._. .INDIAN RIVE ADVOCATE, MARCH 6. '1897. -


1t'I, "Saved My Life"A
Work.f Art Are the Wormer awl r; Florida, York Open December
M ard

Ie. Sttn the toplo of, buttons come upper- VETERAN'S STORY. Balling from Brunswick Philadelphia Ga., direct and to New Boston.York. .....Indlaaola! Is on Merritts Island......
most. Buttons are at! present one of the H ORMOND-BY-THE
most Important details of the toilet. They "Several years ago while In Fort PASSENGER 8EBVI<<:E. Four Miles North of Rockledge. !

'ire worn on coats capes, wraps sacks Snelling Minn., I caught a severe ,, Via Fernandlna JI''. C. &: P. Ry. and Cumberland. Route s
Lv8t. Augustine 9:80: POll; Lv Jacksonville 11 (Ml a m; Lv. FLORIDA.
",; bodices and even skirts. No expense: is cold, attended with a terrible cough, Yernandlna 1.30 P ml; Ar BrunawloK 0.30 p m. Dally except
i+ I i I spared to make them effective and beautl- that allowed me no rest day or Banda1.< LARGE Sunny rooms, all. looking on
kverett all rail,F. C. & P. and Bo. Ry. I.v St.
; ful. Designs of the Louis Baize period are Via Ry Aug. SURF BATHING AND
! carefully imitated and are genuine works night. The doctors after exhaust usttne 9./50 a m I Lv Jacksonville 4.00( p ra; Ar Brunswick Indian River. Good home table. DRIYpI,
allowed on board for Supper ThursdaysPROPOSED
m. Dally. Passengers
{ I -of art. There are miniatures enamels, ing their remedies pronounced my p soft drinking' water. Sailing rowing Specialties at
'1 Pure Ormonfl.fly
+ combinations of gold and silver incrustations case hopeless say. SAILINGS I .

1 ( of stool on pearl and Ivory artificial ing they could do no Lv New York Pier 21 E.R.,3::80.01.01, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick fishing and hunting. Will meet For Circulars, address

a h ; jewels of all kinds in aU varieties of sot for At Friday,Feb. :20........ .. ....................COLORADO ;.?;....................Friday, Mar. 8 trains at Cocoa and transfer
more at
1 t ting Buttons of this costly kind are. .e me. Friday. Mar. 8............................RIO GRANDE.......... ....... ........ Friday, Mar. guests SEISER &
a unarming' finish for vest or corselet and this time a bottle of Friday. Mar, 12.: ...... ........ ........ COI ORAIM) .. ..... ......,.........Friday, Mar. 19 to and from house free of charge. : PINING Ma I
I'. ; i j Friday Mar. 19..... ...... ..........,..,RIO GRANDE...,... ........... ........Frlilay, Mar.20FrldayMar.20 them ,
I I give.. fashionable effect to the entire costume. AVER'S : .......................... .....COLORADO.................. ...... ".Friday Apr. 2 Rates: $t .50 per day,

+ It is difficult describe all the forms For general; Information steamers trains,rates, etc., apply to any railroad agent; nr to week. OHM ONDBYTHEgEPark *
f A. P. MURPHY, Agent; Fernandlna Fla.l CHAS. VIEH. Agent; 220 W. Bay St.Jacksonville.H. $8.00 per
which the ubiquitous bolero assumes. Cherry Pectoral was H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent, Brunswick, Ga.
' .:r Host, often it is square and fitted at the sent to me by a C. H. MALI.oRY.Geoeral Agent Pier 20, JD. River, and ooa Broadway N.Y. I Address:
tuck like a bodice showing the belt only friend who urged G. W. SCHUYLER,
occasionally M the wearer moves. Its other
4 1 r names are flgaro, Spanish jacket, oriental .4 me to take it,whichI o :a: .e 51 E3:: X-iTTIL:::t: .I.t: cSs 0 0 Indianola Fla. Cotta

or Clroal lan rest, but In all oases It did, and soon after I was greatly
Is practically. the same abbreviated close relieved, and in a short time was DEALERS IN -

I garment. The largest-that Is, thorn reaching completely cured. I have never had pwjne IVI.n.es: : md :JL.ld.Ti.ors: : Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. West Palm Beach
of cloth
to the waist line-are velvet or ,
much of a cough since that time ,
417, &19 W. Bay St.,
and I firmly believe Ayer's Cherry I \i. vt'1fII.(4'!

I ,I Pectoral saved my life."-W. H. JACKSON VILe:, '. _F LA. Hotel Geneva : (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinclw,

I I I II WARD 8 Quimby Av. Lowell,Masa. RICH WINES create good rich healthy -
blood. Don't make the mistake o'
I "ltri'e buying sour poor wine because It Is Located on the Lake Front Ye.
AYER'SCherry --- -. LI cheap. It I, not. It has a nasty disagreeable .
I j jI ji D effect upon the system while a Cor.. Forsyth aa. Cedar Sts., overlooking beautiful Lake
-, __ good wine is really not expensive, and l Wo:
& gives you that pulled-togetber selfsfttlHtled -Jacksonvllle, Fla.
Pectoral I ;! l feeling Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 per day.
\: We make of North Care.fiJlfi
rjr" a Specialty
/ I. Modem Baths, etc., on
lina Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey three Improvements
Awards at World's Fair.
I Highest ""'. #to. years old, SJ./BO per gallon Every Jloor. Gas and Electric Special rates by the,
,, Parties living in Dry Towns will do Elevator. Artistically
i it AVER'S PILLS can lidlgntlti aid Huduhi @ well to order from us. as we can save Lights Passenger
M. J.
; and Fur YARBOROUCProprit
H them 60 per cent on all orders.tST Elegantly.
I 1' l /. -Always send money with orders. I nished. .'. .'
t 'h'' _ese We will not open new accounts unless
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT. "" suitable Jacksonville reference Is given. Rates Day from $2.00 to $3.00. (i
-4r No Goods sent C. O. D. to Dry Towns.
i 1 1I' .., Agent for Indlanopolls Brewing Co.,
"I""f'l, I Brewers and Bottlers Indianapolis Ind. Weekly Bate on Application.Special [Remember the ADVOCATE,
The committee of the Christian. Endeavor Kate for. the Summer. vllle, does all kinds of job pried
Hercules Malt Tonic, e.23: per ease; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy (4 BO per case. ;
at this place submitted, Sundaylast us a share of your work.]
ED. L. OWENS, Prop.
I the following resolutions for adop-

: I tion, on the death of their late member

rI Dwight Compton : RARE CHANCE !

Whereas It has pleased the All-wise,

q..Li Supreme Ruler of the Universe who

doeth all things well, and for the goodof Hotel and Furniture Sarno Fla.
_ _
I us all, to remove from our midst a ,

I 1'l '4' bright promising young life-one that

l OUT or DOOR COSTUME. I gave promise of much service'in the

woolen material like the gown. Thov are Master's vineyard and which had already
I trimmed with soutache, motifs of velvet :
accomplished much looking to the "' ...
I I and lace and perhaps rovers or a collar of up -
fur. The short bolero terminating far building and uplifting of the young and R.

above the belt. In made entirely of fur, of old with whom it was associated and ,l ,r fp

embroidered cloth or of velvet entirely covered the advancement of the community in I w+ '
wY'4 Y'4 Y'4P.
with ornamentation. Its out must bu
+ j perfect for it must lit like a cuirass order general; and.Wbereaa. 4 .

I to havo good effect, and a wrinkle In the death of Dwight 1r

I polls It. IhoBO boleros are worn with Compton this society has lost one of Its ,. hgtic '
I light bodices or chemisettes, but the Costume
jl and members
Faithful earnest member
is more elegant when the bolero and
d the gown are of the same color, although tried and meet for the Master's use- % \. <. r
they need not be of the same material. one of whom It could be said : "lie

The princess costume illustrated la of Found favor in the sight of God and
gray corkscrew. The front forms a pin I'
t "
Iron and Is out In one with the tabs that man; And, "
form the sleeve caps.. The plastron and Whereas the family of which he formeda ,

# I sleeve caps are outlined with black silk part sustained a loss that cannotbe .. : .
cord and bordered with a double ruffle of
t measured, and the community a loss
black mousHollne do sole. The turned over
1 that is deeply felt therefore, be it ,
points of the collar are of black satin, /IIIare ; -S 'I
I the cuffs of the close gray sleeves. The Resolved that this society extends its Le St':

I Ili gray felt hat is trimmed with mauve velvet sympathies to the sorrowing family

'. ., I and white and black JUDIO plumes.CHOLLKT..Democracy that the society and community deploresthe ; ., SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATEFinest'Cnlslne :

loss sustained In the demise of Mr. .
I R and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville! and New In
and EdoClat1oo.I Compton; and be it further The above out represents roughly HOTEL Du NIL at Sarno, Brevard The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome. New Steel
Resolved that of these Bounty, Florida, which la only t of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallle, Fla., Steamers"E
a resolutions
:Bo the direction of man's institutional copy *new)
long -
"Comanche" "Algonquin "Iroquois
1 and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast l 'y. Has ,
I 1 lite was in the hands of one be sent to the family of the late
depot, poBtofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on NorthBound.Steamers .
j or the few the need for a wide diffusion Mr. Compton; that a copy be tenderedthe ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallle River, with view of Indian River on are appointed to sail according to the tide.

of political intelligence was not strongly local papers for publication, and that the east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2+ miles away. Is From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., .(calling. .at Charleston. ), -' 8undaY81.rup.daytandTldi: )
"' resolutions in the minutes 8. C, ,
From )
felt. The divine right of Icings found of this appear practically new-buildings completed in 189(5.( The hotel and every cottage is For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily I"
I furnished and most of the furniture and linens have been used. Two
: its correlative in the diabolical ignorance society.C. never ar- SouthBound.Steamers .
!"S of the masses. There was no educational A. GARDNER esian wells pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, all connected give ample supply of the are appointed to sail from Her:20, East River, New York, at 3 p. m., u ''t'
i ideal, resting upon a social and JENNETTE ADDISON, best of water. The property has. only been used some two months by the former For CHARLESTON/ C. Mondays, WedaesdMt an l
I political necessity that was broad FLORENCE NORWOOD owner, John Green who died, and the property now owned by Col. Aaron A. For JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays Wednesclaji and>
II I Committee. DeGrauw, of Jamaica Queen's County New York whose address until April 1st only.
,enough to inolude the whole people] but Boston and Jacksonville-DIRECT LINE (Freight.
IIi r Is Oak Hill Fla. There is a large pavilion 100 feet cement floor, cement
'I '' the of the basis of square (Calling at Charleston, 3. C., both ways)
rapid widening sovereignty -
I works and Best of and fresh and salt "
I How's This! walks water garden. hunting fishing, water; STEAMERS "QUO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE
has ohauged all that. No deeper sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers; oysters sea bathing beautl. appointed to sail as follows
.' conviction pervades the people of the lul 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'F1UDAUClyde's Whirl
I v t United States and of France, who are We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The origi THURSDAYS.

it. 'the most aggressive exponents of democracy any case of Catarrh that cannot be nal cost to John Green was $48,000; now for sale at $10,000( ; half cash and half on

'4** I I than that the preservation of cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. time. Any good hotel man can make money here. AddressD. St. Johns River Line.
6 liberty under the law and of the Institutions J. Cheney & Co. Props., Toledo, O. L. GAULDEN, Titusvllle, Fla. 'i
the undersigned have known F. J.
We ,
I 1 r that are our precious possession (DE BART LINE)
i Cheney for the last IS years, and believe .
and proud heritage depends upon the him honorable in all business The Elegant Iron Btdewheel Steamer
I 1M 'I perfectly
of the whole It is
intelligence people.
transactions and financially able to carry CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .
., I on. this unshakable foundation that the out any obligation made by their firm, WHY ? W. A. SHAW.
I argument for public education at public
West & Truax, Druggists 11 appointed to lall aa follows:
expense really rests.-Educational Review. Toledo O. Walding, Kinnah & Marvin Ye., why do Bicyclist Become Leaves Jacksonville, 3:80 p m. Sundays Tueadays and Fridays tar
pI Wholesale Druggists Toledo O. Sanford Knte.lrrl. and l Intermediate landing.on the .John River.
I I _ Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally I Leaves Sanford 11.00 a. m.. Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville.BOReal .

acting directly upon tb .blood and mucous IIOUND. SCHEDULE Non! :
Sweetbreads ala N.wburgHero > surfaces of the system. Price 7."0. down. ,

II- T is .a Good Housekeeping recipe: per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Leave 3.110 p. rtu. ........................JackeonvlUe..................... .... Arrhe';.
Y'' Parboil and sweetbread.Put Testimonials free 8.43 p. m. ...........................Palatka........................... .Leavet
pick apart a 3.00 a. m. ........... .... ....... .. A.tor. .......... ........... .... :
in a chafing dish a tablespoonful of I" ..110 a. m. .. .......................8t. Francis........,................. : 1
:1 batter and 4 tablespoonfuls of cream. FAITHFUL MEN OR :: 5.30 a. m.. .... ........ ......... Ueretlford ........................... :. I'
WANTED 8.00 a. m. .........................Blue .. .................... .... I
When hot. add the sweetbread seasoned to travel for responsible Arrive 8.110 a. m. .........................sanrord ...... ..................... II ,
with pepper salt and nutmeg or mace established house in Kloiida. Salary N 11.25 a. m. ..................... .....Enterprll.... ................. .. II ....lira
I said .A tablespoonful of sherry. When $780 and expenses. Position permanent ............ .......... ......So. Fla.. Railroad Wharf (Sanford).... .........,.........

f boiling add the beaten yolks of :3,) eggs, Refeience. Enclose Keif-addressed KEATING Gen'l. Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St.. Jacks;;
The Star
stamped envelope. National
cook till
and thick stirring constantly
r Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Enthusiasts ? J.A.LESLIE, Supt. JNO. HOWARD. Fla. Fr't Agt. F.M.IBOHM OSOEB,JB,Fla

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- O. Eoonn T.lII., W. H. M. Ctrealiy
THEY note the quick response as the pedal Is touched WABBCTBTOX E.P. A., <
I the smoothness of motion as they glide along thee S BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK. OJ
1 -. i perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest WM. P. S Bowline Green,New York. Av.. '
1I 1:1! So. Delaware Ph4J
I I The highest claim for other tl ,-r. strains and then discover why we ask them to ."
i z tobaccos is SEE THAT CURVE I /
Just as
l No Swaying Frames.No .
,'." good as Durham." Binding of Bearings. FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMP1

't Art Catalogue 4cts. In Stampi.KEATING .
Every smoker
) ,. !k 'b..
"i It- ys knows t there is none just 11( WHEEL CO., Mlddletown. Ct. (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.)

:..*, i ( a r as good asBlackwell's F. W. BEERS Agent St. Augustine Fla. Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchant]


We purchased in January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Org"
BICYCLES.Best line in the State. music and musical instruments of The A. B. Cam Co. We areclx t r
the stock of Pianos and Organs at nnheard-of low prices, to make roolD

BULL DURHAM line of the celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Klnjt8bul 5..
!I We have the following pianos which are worth from $100 to $-OO ,un
ask for them :

LUTHT $150.00.: Conover:: style K,wal....,........... ........$:3M nines Bros., style 6, mah.. .,," .
** K.eb...... ............ ... .. 311fl! Schubert 16 ..............
: SinokingTobaao ,eeb .................. ..'. ..2\10 Malcolm Love, wal......."
FOWLER, $100 $75.00. N ,wal.. ................_.... JIIO Steinway eb.........
r n N II Meb.K ....... ................... 400 Everett, ........
N N wal. .. . ebJ.......
You will find one iuiideeachtwoounccbng.andtwocou.: CLEVELAND $100, $ 3.00. McCarn wal". "''" "' ." 323J Klngsbnrv, style B J .... 7"::..'
coupon mono style M, ..,....!... ... .. aoo A .. ....
.". .". "".ma* ........... ....."... aw Knabe Grand .'."
't pona inside ench four WESTFIELD $75.00: $00.00. .- ........ 27 eb''l.-.
ounce T'eb' StuyvesantNewsby& ..
N ? ........... 2110" waleb .......
i I, bag of Blackurtll' Durham. Haines B ,,.., eb'IIIIII'.! .....
u a u9 .. :: 8, ... ....... 2f1() Evans ... "V,|
fV WiB Buy a bag of this ccle- .b.... . 176 M. eb.........." I
.. Jas. Star, .
baited tobacco and rend the II N S ..:::..:;:.::::.::.. 1110 Morris, .. :
i s I coupon-which gives a list I I'jot B. F. MANIER Jr. Some of these pianos have but we hare had them re-Pp J

l valuable presents and" how P ut In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or s.1,

to get them. Jacksonville SSSr. We furnish a stool. scarf Instruction book and delivered f.6
Fla. ; cash or installment. Sheet music at half price. Write u. s1:

/ : \ B3' With Freyer; Bradley Music Co. FREYER; BRADLEY MUSIC JacksoarUla COYP r.1; ,

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.' A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Fischer's Cottage.Pa1n1 EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.And .

and .
oose centrally pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now
_i ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable
to tourists and
ng publIc I extend a hearty Invitation : Stroot:: T1.11.1s'V"U1o": P1a.
general to all my old filend Other East Coast Hotels Reached by
|t Coast to see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drink
Ing water. The Florida/ East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. '
Rates: J.OO: per day; special rates by.the week or month. The Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau, Bahama/ Islands. '
New hotel. CHR. F. F1S.CHER, Proprietor. The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.
new furniture, modern 1mprovements. -
I,E PAL'1IS"\ ; Fronting on beautiful Lake OUllroud Schedule on Page 3)
Worth. Now open for the winter of '06 ST. AUGUSTINE,
. and '97. 2.00 to $3.00 per day. Specialy "
The Hotel Plaoide Hotel Alcazar '
the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. Opjanaary,1894JACKSONVILLE ,
JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager

N BEACH HOUSE. In the center of the city, on Main Street the dividing,;: line between east and west Hotel Ponce de Leon.
,.. r' one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout OILL1S & MURRAY Y, M-uiagers..
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms -J.RO/ per day and
: OX THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN upwards. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. Hotel Cordova,

Ite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rate ---.- ------ --- ..- ------.- .-- Rooms only.
location of rooms. House open all the year.

Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla Casino,

A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent.

I SAN JUAN harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table Swimming Pool Russian and Turkish Baths.
Bicycle Riding Academy Tennis Courts, Howling -
I modern .
homelike) hotel, with every convenience Pure filtered lain water. Terms, 1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per week. Alloys, Dance and Entertainment! Hall and
; northern white help. Write
Orlando. Fla. for book. Open the year round. J. .T. WHITE Proprietor. Theater. .

Hotel Ormond, .
UCKINGHAM Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leon :aO'I'EL: : EELJ.E'V""trE., ANDERSON & PRICE, Managers.
New Family Hotel. Extensive grounds. .
Large,;: rooms. Rates reasonable.t. Melbourne Florida PALM BEACH, :.:: !
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River)
Augustine' Fla. OEO. C. HOWE. Palm Beach Inn,

Best Location In the City. Directly Hotel By-the-bea. Poinciana
facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. LOne ,
Rates $2.50 and upwards per day. FRED STERRY, Manager.

It. Augustine' Fla. II. W. WACHENUUSEN, Prop.
Palm Beach Casino, ,=

ERNEST ALLEN, Suprilntendont,
Nice family home; Pleasant location; Hot and Cold Suit Water highs, Swimming Pool',
ierce Hotel House and furnishings new; Modern Surf Bathing, Bicycle Killing Academy, Jim Club
conveniences. No better fishing and
hunting In the State.J.. MIAMI, '
& F. M. TYLER, Hotel Royal Palm
IAN RIVER, Near Inlet. Fort Pierce, Fla. Proprietor .
Formerly of New Haven, Conn. >*iwrrr* t5 fi pAW S SSs II. W. MERRILL, Manager." ':

Hotel Biscayne,
#:J.CH( ) per day nnd upwards. "
minute from Railway Depot; near ixmtoftlne,olinrclien anil nchool. Flr,t-cliw. laundry In
connection' with hotel. Rates fiM to f J 00 per day) special ntuw liy dm weak or month.W. C. A. ANDERSON, Manager.
It CAMPMHI.r, Pn>url/ tor.Mm. .
nlllnullll111111111 ............. ........ ........ ... ...... ... .................... E. M. CAMfllKLL, Manugere.a. Casino, EDWARD A. WATSON,

Under New Management.,,, Hot and Cold Supoilntcmlont.Salt Water Baths, Swimming Pool,

,.. ...... ......... ... .. .. .... ... .. ... ..... .. .1.1i ...Hotel (Algonquin... half Bathing, Bicycle Hiding Academy, Gun Club

fl.OO per day and upwaidH. Opened February ...
LEON H. CILLEY, Manager.
otel Indian River

NASSAU-Reached by Steamships from Miami.

Ige Fla Opened January 15,1897 Send to general ofllcoH, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East<: ", Coast
r ,.fu l rir,' .InilL.i + ''d 1,1dp nnl "; InlnuvmMut C. B. KNOTT,

$3.00 AND UPWARDS PER DAY. General Superintendent Florida" East Coast Hotel System.

WEBB & ALDEN, Proprietors. 1 ... -.-.. -- .. _.--. ,. -, -,--
r ,+,IG/t'/ Vllt1New


Plaza Hotel. .

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The above hotel Is now open and in full running order, and the table Is supplied -
ekledge. Florida. with all the market alToids-such nn game, fish, oysters etc.
: A carriage moots all trains for tho convenience of guests. A first-claim laundry
attached to the hotel.
..C>N' ZN' Z.A.N' RIVEzxtv : .. Bolls In J. O. HAST, Proprietor.J. .
Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric every room.

'V. Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Hay, with fine .. .. ... .. .. .
--- -- -- ---- -- -
.rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. Ocean View. All white help. Rates f.J.00 per day and upward Special Weekly --- -
Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving Rates. Sample Itoom. M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor, A. HAPPERSETTE..
S. H. PECK, Proprietor.naglng : _

Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel,
Ity for 300 guests. = : :illard: "Villa: TITUSVILLE
lp ,
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OPF3N..r: St. George Street, ( Indian Ilivor.w .

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 1 ;' ,AfjME; Flu.

Rockledge Hotel. mac" Is located In the center of the e J*(l (;!:;/ '''r .. lW J. A. HAPPERSETTK'firs < :

city, midway between the post- MA'AOK'"
office and City fates Its surrounding '
::::ON INDIAN RIVER; :::: I |are exceedingly picturesque 'JJL-Zv r
I K -** open All Tlio Year.
="' I ,Iw' the grounds being un-
ledge. ::E orid.a.: .. i
j z, '
; r ": feurpnssedbynnyprlvute/ hotel In I.1.. 1 ,gym I i iwlll'; tl( /l I ly"R -
',H. E. BEMIS: l1"wltoh: nk Lake N. Y. + t 'RI the city. f .
Only a few minutes'
IDf. ::.I I I l i '71.1 SII t'r nm., n+IP. r d ..o I I I ; h,'i l 1'Imi' T ml, walk from Railway stations -
nter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. Terms:-$2.00( per day. eta t rt and Steamboat landSTANTON -
'kin full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsure / I I alla a i I I Ings
cs moderate. Special Bates by the week.
d I for lllustiated circulars. II. P. :SHARES: ,
"' ow t fur-tumed Indian River
Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. Electric liells, Hot and Cold

Baths. .
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Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son.


,\, (On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.) The Inn I "St.: C" I D. J. JONES.Proprietor.- .
Holly :--4Daytoc.a.

>t Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to
round. Good Fish-
.i year hotel is delightfully situated Is
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:: ., : : '
and Yachting. Rates, heated by steam; has Electric Lights, 4j:; L.r Families.

far da.ess Sulphur and Sea Baths, etc. It Is the Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which In unsurpassed
ji Two Minutes Walk from Central
most hotel ?
pleasant all-the-year-round
MRs. C. J. HECTOJB.Hotel : for Boating and Fishing. 1
on the East Coast.Rates$2.50 j' Depot,
Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriages meet all trains.
and $3.00 per day. 1 CHATTANOOGA, TENN.
t Rates:-From $2.50 day.
x 912.50: to 15.00 per week.C. -- -- -----
Special by week or month.Travelers' .
C. POST, Proprietor.
O. IIOWfl1Si: : Pr: pr.: .,


Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one
located. Fronting the Summerville, S. C. Hotel. ," block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay. Rates
Plaza and the Atlantic NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.A $\\l: per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.
gndld view from its long and

RII. finklassVlnter Resort in every Jacksonville Fla.
Bay Street ,
I day and upward.
per respect. Electric Lights/ Elevators and

table Special board rates at by reasonable the week. all' other, convenience modern Improvements and pleasure. for A comfort fine- This Hotel is now under new management, The New Hotel Elliot

Bicycle Track has been added to the ,
Ma A. S. PELL. many other attractions. The climate of and has been thoroughly renovated throughout ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
Summerville Is unsurpassed. Situatedon
the Sooth Carolina A Georgia H'y., Cor. Bay and Bridge Sta., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
ner calculates that if thee I twenty-two miles from Charleston S. C. Bus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all Nearest hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms 60, '75c ft, 11.50
Is daily diminished For circulars or any information wanted Conveniences on every floor and $2: per day; with board, $2, $2.80, I 3 and $3.50 per day. Special rates by
address W. M. HAIGIIT, Manager, Open Sll "th.e; Year. week or month and for]large parties. Overlooking St. Johns River Newly and
ver 3,000 yean must elapse SnmmenriUe, 8. C., or elegantly furnished; all modern Improvement; two blocks of. union depot, Clyde
alcal instruments now inet F. W. WAGENER A CO., Proprietors Rates:American Plan, $2 to 1 .60; European 60o to $1. Special by the week. S. S. Wharf and postofflce.. .
the diminution. Charleston,S. C. Mrs. FINLEY, Proprletreas.C J. :E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and Maa!'...

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r A Birthday' at Itockledge.In Powell, F. Powell Geo. Powell, A. N. Courtenay.
Hodgson, -- Bell 1. W. C. Barnes, E. THE ROBBINS&1AIAf
Taylor, -- Bernelle, 'J. O. Walton, -
rI our last Issue were referred to the Claude Walton and others.. Orange trees are blooming here.
birthday of one of Hotel Plaza's most
: popular guests, and below will be found Su pt. J. If. Sams l is visiting the countyseat Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.

particulars of it, and also a short. note Fort: Pierce.The this week.

I I ; I 1 la from Mr. Smith. The measles seem to be taking every- LAW LOANS REAL !
'li II The 83rd birthday of Mr. A. II. Smith body here.J. ESTATE.
I _ _ _ _ _ _ was duly remembered by the guests 01 tradeboat Merchant left on MOB R. transacted business In''
the Plaza, Rockledge. Ills table was day for up-river points. Harper
t +' For Sale, decorated with roses, and some little Titusville on Monday. We have for sale a large list of )
souvenirs from his family were on his Messrs. Martin, F. Tyler and Varney; and the bestadvertising care
table which were reeelvei with a smile made a big catch of bluefish the other Try the ADVOCATE medium on, the get East Coast. selected Indian River Properties
"Common and fancy pineapple plants. day-upwards of 150 pounds.
and pleasant nod. The host sent a large
I 1 t' Vorty acres to select fiotn. Lemon and cake highly embellished, with his name There is lumber yard In town, A. C. Parties from the Rockledge hotels are Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Co'astl'

other citrus trees. '1 and the years of 1814-181)7) traced in the Dittmar having/ received his first carload here daily, visiting the ostrich farm. Canal and Transportation Co.

llti r JAMES HOI.MKH: Icing which was engaged by the acquaintance of stock yesterday. Beans are blooming again, and the
r I N* Jensen, Fla. of Mr. Smith. Progressive
euchre wan enjoyed in the evening, into Another entertainment is on hand' for truckers will\ soon commence shipping. Cl :NPiL L.A.N"nS.Florida : : .

Land which he entered with as much the benefit of the Baptist church. Be Jacksonville &
i For Sale. EctablUbed 1885. Southern Railway, Tampa Key West Railway i
spirit as a boy.ROCKLEDGE. ready, boys. Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and In vestment rand
ip The Christian Endeavor society meets other Low Priced Lands.
0 Lot at Fla. and 80 01
Myers, acres L. BARBOT & CO.
FLA., March J, 1807. regularly every Sunday afternoon at 3
land on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers.
M Editor Advocate o'clock sharp, at the Methodist church. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Propertier,
IIq 1 W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. : All are cordially invited to attend. Titusville. Florida.
Dear Sir-Imagine my surprise on go- General Commission.
ing Into dinner to see the table decoratedwIth By the untiring efforts of Mrs. Stetson
For Charter., flowers, and to receive from our and Mrs. F. Tyler, the Baptist church .
i 11 l -- genial Host S. II. Peck, a beautifully has a new organ and a nice sidewalk laid .rn a
The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be Iced pound cake, with my name and the from the railroad to the church. I cs: c 1! & PAXTON & HATC

I, chartered by the day, week or month;; years 1-814-1807 laid with pink icing friends on Married, at the residence of the bride, .... ;.;..;. :FI-i3: ICOot:as =:I :g .cd-... uis
anywhere between Ormond and Miami. to the white. It was sent to my :g = o
Miss Lily and Jeter Lane. It was a fq 1COot mow .
from table to table. In the evening a :
I s Good accommodations for ladles. For
very quiet Affair, none but relatives being 1 GO DEALERS IN-
;qIl further particulars, write to game of progressive euchre was enjoyed present. We wish the happy couple along
1l CAPT. GEO. Cook, until after ten o'clock, and this closed I and life. 329 & 331 Poydras St.,
the sixth birthday I have spent in happy prosperous
Titusville Fla.Jtirrts
Goods Notions Gents
Florida. This Is the day for societies at Fort Dry
a Your Friend Pierce. There are the following here : ( Canal Bank. ,
$j and Animals Mounted. A. n. SMITH. Christian Endeavor, Missionary, W. C. REFERENCE: { Metropolitan Bank
T. U.. Loyal, Temperance Legion, and ( Commercial Agencies.

t R. C. Scilmgeour/ taxidermist. Birds Fine Yacht for Sale. the Cemetery association, in connectionwith Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats
and animals mounted in the best stylo. the Ladles' Improvement society.By ,
I Address, Washington avenue the way, a lot has been offered to New York Dental Parlors
I I h'' (Corner of Main St.,) Naphtha launch' for sale, In perfect this last named society if it will build a Hardware, Crockery, Corn, Oats and Hay, High Gnu!
I j, Titusville, Fla. order; nearly new; 50ft. long and Oft. town hall. Who will be the first to ?
I ---- wide; fitted with a Id-horse( power engine contribute to the town hall P ceries Fishing Tackle Ammunition and General Merchail'*
h ; of the Gas Power & Engine Co., ,
Rev. S. F. Gove held services twice
r New 1897 Model Globe Gasoline
New York. Main cabin is
/1 Engine. 12ft. long
lift wide and Oft. 3ln. head-room has;; last Sunday In the Baptist church with ROGgL;:: : :: 3DCrE.: :: :: F IA. I
I 'tm
n After the _
!large congregations. evening
and accommodation
. electric bells, sleeping -
service was over, Mr. Hood was puttingout ,
for six. Every convenience and
l the lamps when one fell, and flames
}, 7AS' Fully equipped throughout. Speed nine the floor. L. Carlton Permanently Located.Nearly .
miles hour. Cost $7,000 will sell spread over pickedup
for *..r.oo.per() ; the burning lamp and threw It out, opposite State Bank of Florida. P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.C

Ot'1 Address: NAPHTHA LAUNCH, thus preventing any serious damage. At NO. 1 11 1 East Bay Street.

Care of ADVOCATE ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED.Prices Wholesale and Retail

Titusville, Fla. Cocoa. .
will be a* Follow:

Oo OftJd ......................... J.OO&up:
I t thor Fillings.... ... .......,."... .KOto l.M Carriage W iagoo a o
[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any The'funeral of Mrs. ChaR Magruder occurred l'IawR..., .....,.....'..,., .........., 8.00 to 10.00
job[ printing you need.] afternoon. Full Seta(very beat),...... ........ 12.00 to 15.00
on Sunday Irregularities corrected. fat
and t
The little daughter, Neoml, of Rev. rnr: Your patronage; solicited.F. .
1 I TOWN COUNCIL KOCI3TCI<: J. L. and Mrs. E. J. Wilson, died Sunday A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager.

INGS. afternoon, and was burled on Monday at I Phone 671. Jacksonville. Fla.

Cocoa Cemetery, Rev. Best officiating.The Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles: Hand Carte,'

e..t 1 Regular meeting of the Town Councilof orange trees are making a good; Main and Church Sts., ,JACKSONVILLE, Fl
growth and putting on very nice bloom. J. S. JOHNSON CO.
l I the town of Titusville, :March 1st.
1 18D7. All members present. Mr. and. Mrs. Wilson extend their ,

"fttttlonary and Marine Itf to I2B 11. T. The The minutes of the last regular meetIng thanks to all kind friends who so kindly Manufacturer of -
!talent, iiumt lloliul.lo, Kuoiiumlcal;; ai'il Durable and called meeting, held Wednesday, tendered help and sympathy In their re The NewSelden

rower yachts' and for bimlneHN Laiinuhtm.boats Auxiliary,and whore Power stationary for Feb. 17th 1807\) were read and approved. bereavement. ....Fishing Supplies....
The Collector's report was read and
power tR '
required.BENJ. Mr. and Mrs. Bradley, fl'om'Maryland,
W. JEROMF: referred to Finance Committee for ex

I li4; I State Sole of Rupro Florida.entatlvo for Manufacturers RUVKLKDOB" FLA.In the amination.It was moved and seconded that the21eik visitors stopping at at Palmetto the Hotel Lodge Indian, the River residenceof were Cypress Door Comp p a aPAI

J. M. Paine, on their return to the
Catalogues and prices on application.'t bo ouleied to notify the agents of Hotel In the launch "Adele". A merry
the owners of the Young property and
- -- -' the Jenks property to have their side- being party accompanied Mrs. J. M. Paine them, Mrs., among Asa Paine them, Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, : : :..... .T I A, :F-J.A.: : ,

I i tlon.walks So repaired ordered.and put into safe condl- Miss Ellen A. Paine, Mis. E. J. Wilson Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing Opened October 1st, 1898( turned the steam on to
FOR SALE. ; Tackle of Description Hooks,
I and daughter Allinn, Mr. and Mrs.W. D. every ;
't The following bills were audited and lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.r .
I and Miss Fannie Andrews and Door
ordered paid: Titusville Electric Light Snyder and son Bruce Otis Daniels; Capt. Gus- ; TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY. One of the Largest Best Equipped Sashl J
3o., $$00.84; H. S. Smith, marshal salary,

. '. i I I J IE..Yon 'Are Looking for a Bargain Norton Si5: ; G.repairing Cary-Elwes-- bridge clerk&.). :920; S.: J. Johnson' engineer. Baltimore, ., Md.= and General Wood Working Plants in the United Stale!

'The Cloar View Plantation On petition of Mr. Wm. M. Drown, it -
Pineapple And with experienced management, (covering a pant experience
moved and seconded that the
1 y Sis for sale, for less than one-half its acnl amount was paid by the Indian River State CHA8. T. McBRIDE...____ years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect'

,1 I % value, as a whole or in lots to suit Bank for license be credited on their possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production *
Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, CJ
l purchasers. Terms exceptionally reasonable taxes; and that the Collector be notified -

t .i 'Come and see property If possible to that effect. Qirilod.
t It was mewed and seconded that the
If not, address Chairman of the Council be authorized and Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Ei]"
r HARRY W. RICHARDS, to; endorse warrants "Payable at Indian Fresh [pats(f groceries provisions. Atlanta, Ga., uus.

River /State Bank."
Eden, Florida ::
i There being no further business the .
iI I I Board adjourned. Lowest; c1as11 UPrloo.'Sjf: : THEG. H. HAMMOND COMF1

L G. CARY-ELWKS, Clerk. Mail Orders attended .

44 I f OF! NEW YORK. :: 13F], :FLORIDA.: :
: Solo Soprano & Choir Director MELIJOUIINK. Near Steamboat Wharf.

v .
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of the Memorial Church, St. Angustlna Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Cb
The Hotel Dollevue and grounds
pre- Salesrooms 234: West St. Thos. W. Dunk JacksouvJIilJ
t Bay Manager,
: Receives vocal pupils for February and sented quite a gay appearance on Tuesday Far 1 I
I l; larch. evening It being the occasion of a Wagons ..
?d:, .. dress ball given by Mr. and Mrs. C. Markets Advancing Lards Hams and Bellies
I ffl J, ,l ---- ---- --- --oo- ---- J.nucy>). Campbell. The Interior of the Rapidly on ,

. I Notice.SRHASTIAN hotel was beautifully decorated with Of All Kinds,
'I tropical; flowers, plants ferns, etc., while 'Write: 'Us :XOr: :Jrl.oes.:

I the; outside was lighted up In fairy-like Buggies, Carts and Harness, also General & -
!: FLA., Feb. 22:!, 07. manner with Chinese and Japanese lan-

1 Il "To My Constituents : ;erns. About I 0 o'clock the grand march EJZOYOLE RElPAIRxLT:: : -,
took place led by Mrs. II. D. Brown (a HOMESEEKERS
I I Agreeably to previous declarations I violet) and T. A. Gilbert (new woman). Go or send your orders to ROBT. E. MIMS, Jr., n .. .
'Will moot my constituents to confer
I'' Supper was announced at 10:30: and
I about legislation, as follows : about fifty couples sat down to a delicIous Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusville, Fla.
Tort Pierce, Saturday, March 0. and bountiful repast, after which
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Fort Drum, Monday, 8. the; floor was again taken possession of in
Who I
j, 1, Sebastian, (night) II 15. and dancing kept up until the "wee are Seeking-
I Eau' Gallic, Tuesday II 10. sma" hours of the morning. Then all (,.
To Florida Tourists.DON'T
Cocoa Wednesday ((3: pm) 17.
wended their to their respective
,i Titusvllle, Thursday (night" ) ".' 18. abodes well pleased way with the delightful South should send to the ulldcl'si1.,
LaGrange Friday
evening's,: enjoyment.
I, All shades of politics invited to subunit Among those present were Mrs C. J. Return to New York by the same route which

L their views Respectfully as I wish to, represent. F. Campbell, representing Britannia; brought you into }Florida when you can for a copy of the )
Mrs Nesbitt sunflower
Miss Annie
\1 R. A. IIAnmE.i ; Return via Key WestOn t
(Goode, flower girl; Miss Jessie Goode,
Liberty; Mrs. Ellis, girl in blue; Miss the Elegant Steamers of the "Mallory Line" or you may take a sea-trip into
i The "AtUoeate" Is Helen Miller Italian lel'lIantj111111; : Card Texas from the same point and then home by rail. Just think It over and then Florida East Coast Homesnc!
Needed in
Queen of Diamonds; Mrs. Bell,tlrosal&iO: wilteto CHAS. DAVIES Agent,
f!,: Austria. period; Mrs. Hector one of the "Two 220 W. Bay St.::! Jacksonville, for particulars.

lyl Little Girls In Blue;" Miss Nicholson _n__ ____________________ __ _____ __
> Gipsy queen; Miss Hazlehurot, French
. The ADVOOATB!: Is now circulating In a1 I
". + i V -several European countries, and this lady of the liSth century;1. Miss Gilbert, SOT Model Wheels We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growli
shepherdess Miss jo'. Hodgson, \ The St. .
. ; Marguerite ID Stock : Augustine Cycle Co.
week add '
# wo another to our list. ; Miss Bernelle, Italian flower girl; ; Winter and Summer Homes! Climate the healthiest In the United ScatsApply |\
'.J. i KAIfHTllNBUSTKASaK, VIENNA, :Mm. 11. D. Brown violet; Miss Robert Ylctor, $100. to

/ Fob. 15, 1807. son. Spanish lady; Miss M. Powell, June; Sterling g, $100. Has the best line of wheels j
l iwg I _
Editor Advocate: C. J. F. Campbell, Mahratta chief; Commit
Netbltt, LI Hung Chang A. E. Rambler; $80. JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land ]
; Camp- and
sundries in the
1' Dear Sir-I send check for :$3 for you bell All
e. chef W. U.
d ; gentlemanllth $75.
11 to sond me the ADVOCATE the length of ) T. Nicholson teen$6030' FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
century; gentleman Kinds of
t time it will prepay. I recall with pleasure 10th century; E. J. Hodgson, Scottish P' bicycle repair work

fl i'4 I orange our grove trips at to Sharpen Floilda.and We would have like an chief; Jno. Nicholson, Spanish::! mandolin Special, $35. neatly done. ST. AUGUSTI E,
f A. Goode Uncle Sam
player T. A. Gil-
St. has the
to read Augustine
your pink paper and keep posted
on Indian River matters. We expect to bert.All bicycle roads lit Fla. Prop.
the costumes were good but those
i d be In Florida some time this year, and GEORG MARX. JOUN
I of Mrs. Mrs Nell bitt
Campbell, the
l will visit Capt. and Mis. W. It. Sharpe.
MUses Gilbert Annie and Jessie Goods
Miw. M. X. MARTIN. and Messrs. Gilbert C. J. F. and A. E., Lumber and MARX BRA

l: I Campbell were certainly commendable. Michigan Manufacturing Co. -
)J For: Sale. The "new woman" had to be seen to be Wholesale Dealers In-

appreciated. MANUFACTURERS OF Groceries: : Fruit suza.c3. :::E'rod: "
Ono hundred dollars takes these fours Among others present but not In Costume ::
f i 1 \ : 3, 8, 11, block 10; lot 0, block 17, were : Mrs. W. C. Barnes Mrs. 131 and 133 But Bay Street Md ,.3 and,99 Neaa 8t-t>
I Titusville, Fla. Perry Powell Mrs. Irwin, Mrs. F. Irwin Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff Sidings Flooring JA ol sonville: I :F'1aONE t1
Mrs. L. C. ,
It. M. OBAVNISS Orlando Fla. Moore Mian Moore, Miss -
r i '1 ROBOINS; GBAIIAM Co. Allen Mrs. C. 11. Stewart, Mrs. R. W. -
I l Titusville. Goode, Miss Heller, Mrs. Heller, Miss Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Bores_ and Crates, Turning and Scroll Work. OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES I IN TSI
.' j Ecbart,Mrs. J.O. Walton Messrs.
; Irwin
; -The ADVOCATE I is still giving away, F. Irwin -Ferguson, Kavanagh C. Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to( mill and TO Fruit ,:
free, tobacco seed of the finest n. GROWERS-Let us know what have In the way of
grade.: Stewart T. N. Harrison, W. W. Dun- office. tablel. Returns you Pota*"
Call. and get some, with Instructions for lop, J. T. M. Burnslde, -Mills, E. D. Peas. Write prompt and ure. We supply the best Seed '
I JU cultl ntloD. Oslln, J. T. llogg, R. W. Goode, Percy Telephone(old line) 433:), Jacksonville Fla. us for our wholesale price list of groceries. CJ.


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