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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: March 12, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00069
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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>CAL NEWS W:: JOB PRINTING at this office. Read This Column Carefully. ALL TilE LATEST and most popular Ladios', Gout and C) Itik 1I0'1.'EI. NOTES.

songs of the day at Chaffee A CVs..ADIES' Shoe.. -

ICM of General Interest.M. GENTS' HALF HOSE, seamless, and COOL SODA, Etc., a* Chaffee: A Go's.LADIES' W n R it ic: to 8tO)'. S6fto list of hotels on.
HOWE, In black and tan, seamless If mod In el our 6th, 7th1 ands 8th
spliced heel, In black and tan, guar- you anything tr.ay pages.
S. Jones was callted to St. spliced heel and shaped only
anted fast color fine shoes have .,iived
10 cents pair. we just tc
; per SHOES Those of the gentlesex We now" pave In Titusvtlle two
B on law business, yesterday.an ten cents pair. Guaranteed fi t color.EAniJLCu opaa
THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORF. needing anything in this line 'TlIlI' > STORK.Mr. fifty different stylos-trap\ coto\ ;you eftlll ho&els-the Iikiilnni, River and Grand
mention 11,11 of all the httmt sfta....
Miller, of Day View would do well to examine the elegant View
pples are looking In splendide You will d > well to examine th !ae shoes
-Read about the Tournament at Or display Titusville at before the Eagle Clothing elsewhere Store, J. It Smith of Roeklodge, was before buyiaff elsewhere. If you want: a bargain, just rend thendvt. -

mond, on our 4th page, in which LaGrange Mall orders, purchasing attended to. In town a short while on Wednesday.Mr. Jutuutt.Klisn: TS*II3.I.u.. of hot l.1ootta4tlt: furniture, land, .
you heard anything drop" captured the banner.Mr. promptly etc., for sale-oii'our (Ith pnge. Thin U a.
Virginia Key, on Bay Bis- I J. Ill Green, of Troy, N. Y., has Archdeacon. B..!;'. Brown. has tome. i good tiling it>>>r>soine energetic hotel man.
J. B. Terry, of Southold N. Y., ALL SHADES OF CRETE TISSUE, been spending the week At the Indian
after of about liver hotel. very' fine pineapples growing in his. gar- "lulIl'boGelat' Nassau
a pleasant sojourn ten 10 cents at Proposed N. P.1
a yard
ledge and Eau Gallie Items had In town left for home : den at Titusville.Messrs Son 4th
: days on Monday. 'rrxK A Co's, -Mr. Alfred; Rodil, one of oar Jacksonville page.
tailed this week their Win. M. Brown, l F.
owing to I an T.
ttubsevibers ill take *
al. -Tourist travel over the East Coast Titusvllle\ Fla. > v. soon unto to town Irma lIhmlthl" .: -Mrs. M. H. Malte. has leased HoteUKlvervlow
Budge cane
: Railway has been very heavy of late, and -- himself n I> wife.Vicepresident. week on 41 up few days visit.PresUfent MviTltu.
Charles R. Sergeantson hobo he Florida East Coast of hotels J. R. Porrott
System Supt. !
-Col. A. O. Russell and Mr. and Mrs. Tho ndvn of the Somlnole
been at the have God and officials Geo. F. Miles' of the F. C. new hotel..
as sojourning Royalfor been ciowded. R. T. other of the F. E. ,
: Russell have left for West.
W. W. Key I WesfcPalm ,
Bunol) .W.UI bo found
while. L. C. A T. Co. Titus on our
C south throngS
a 1 Ry., went on Wednesday.Mr. passed1 : ,
-Old Fort Marlon, St. Augustine, has -Civil Engineer L. R. Ord of the F. llle\ yesterday, on his way tu Miami. 8th pnge.
'M' L. Coleman, after a pleasant been closed to visitors by older of the this -- .Eo. V Hall went to Jacksonville
is In
E. C. town morning.
Railway, Manager Ifbnry W. Merrill of IlotclRoyal
lends in Jacksonville, returned War Department at Washington. Probably this week to meet his mother, who was -Prof. Chan. B. Cury, Ute well-known :
((Friday evening last so many war scares are the cause. : Mr. Adhemar Brady went as far as on her way from Georgia to Indian River. naturalist. ofl\ Boston, added another I'ulmspent,9raturdayat| the Royal'Poinciana :
'Ormond on Monday returning! next day. large alligator to his. museum collection and lib. ninny friends gave
kr Thos. McConnell and wife and -Miss Kate Pl'ltcbard spent from Saturday -Mr.and Mrs. Robt. C. Heaton, of at Palm Lash this wovk. him a gla i welonue.len'l. .
cDonald, of Urbana, O., have until Monday with her friend, -Mrs. C. II. Nan man, of the Haul- Boston after a delightful sojourn at (
C. B. Knott made.another
ping at the Indian River hotel Mrs. M. E. Gruber, nt West Palm Bench. over, paid Oimond a visit this week, on Canaveral Club-house, returned homewards -The annual meeting of tho directors Supt.
tn. West this week. In
She also enjoyed the sights of Palm business. oa Tuesday. of the Kant Coast Canal Company, was the Inleresbuf ttlft lili Key H...
toN.! Mr. Knottrl
told In the office of the president and
)eWUt Webb, of St. Augustine Beach.Mr. -Mrs. F. A. :Morgan paid the ADVOCATE Messrs. G. Lovett and W. G. Gilmore at St. Augnstlne Tuesday certalnlyaHustle*.

t spending a few days on Ms his J. N. Pomar, who has been in sanctum a short, but pleasant call two of Jensen's well-known pine manager morning. The old officers, were rejected The Itftkttstilo Inn about lIve minutes

plantation at Atlantic this St. for months the first of the week. apple growers, have returned from their
Augustine some past, f on the ensuing year. WAlk north, ...t the Roynl Polnalana,.
returned to Titusville on Tuesday. He 1 -Mr. II. S. Wilson, of the Wilson visit to relatives In England. Palm bash. In BII>W ready to receive
steamer Delta. Is fitted
-The now
rillo'a unshelled streets are being; says he thinks ho will again start in Cypress Co., returned to Palatka, Tuesday Most of the orange trees In the vicinity quite nicely. She has been thoroughly np guests. :See nd, oa (1th pags.
roved by covering the centre business here. after an extended trip down the of LaGrange are In full bloom, and
I overhauled and re-i>nlnted throughout,: The Gintnd View hotel, at Somtega
9, obtained from the Titusvllle -Mrs. A. A. Taylor, one of Cocoa's East Coast. make a pleasing sight. The coming crop and hen upper dock has been covered Springs, will' have an acquisition the
3o's. works, prominent residents, was in town a short of fruit will be a large one.
-Capt. II. B. Fromberger, commander with an awning. This steamer will coming summer in the person of Mr.

H. Beardsley, who has charge: while on Friday last, having come up for of the steamer Delia, has been quite -Mr. W. Walton, of Chicago,'who :. probably be put on between Kail Gallle Fred room eI J'kut
gler's Interests in New York, the purpose of having her two children happy this week owing; to the arrivalof has been spending the winter with her and Fort, Pierce. the RoyalPoinctanxPalm Beach.

has been visiting at Palm photographed.Mr. a 121b boy at his home on Friday.Mr. husband at Cocoa, presented him with a
Cochran. of who
-M* ,. Bridgeport, O., Manager Fred Sterry says that Ifti.wlll
i gone north. J. C. Salter, secretary to Mr -: H. B. Plant, of the Plant Railway tine lOlb. girl on Monday. It Is needlessto hall been spending a few weeks with his keep open the> Inn some time after .the-

F. Haynes Smith governor II. M. Flagler, returned to Palm Beach, System, accompanied by his family say the father is extremely happy.Mr. brother at the famous' Dummitt orange closing of the Koyal Polnolanftvijiloh" .

llamas, and Lady Haynes Smith Monday, after a short visit to St. Augustine and some friends, passed through: here, Geo. F. Paddlson, of Eau Gallie, trove,was In town yestenUy and mild may not take place until the Iflttor
nests of Mr. II. M. Ftagler, at where he went to meet his mother, Wednesday, in his private car, en route has sent his horse and buggy to this he was delighted with tho Inil"" Illver part of April judging by the big' crowd

[ Poinciana, Palm Beach. who bad arrived from New York to Palm Beach. I place, and the turnout Is now with his sect(an. It has Improved his health dally ppurlng! la to Palm Bench.HcUlsGranodit .

da Greaves, sister of manager -Mrs. Sarah V. Thompson a large -Lenten services will be held at the father-Capt. R. PI-addlson-who, with wonderfully. < Eau Gallic, Ueuxof.tho

Greaves, has returned to property owner at Uardeevllle, was in Episcopal church, Titusville every his family, is the enjoying the pleasure to be -A reception given at the Kivervlew comfortable as*) home-like hotels on Indian -

cazar after a pleasant trip to town a short while on Tuesday. She Wednesday morning at 10tO: o'clock and derived from same. hotel, Merritt, on Saturday, by Mrs. Illver. This hotel has ilooe a good

cb, Miami and Key West. has been away from Indian River about Friday at 4 p. m until further notice. -ArchdeAcon B. F. Brown will hold M. B. Mahon, In honor of Miss Helen I buslH this season, and Its enorgetlo
two years, and is glad to got back againfor During Holy week, there will be service divine service!' at St. Gabilel's Episcopal llasuourt the author of Montolalr, an manager, Mr. Geo. G. Gleasoo.U al.way..
I. I. '
Del A. O. Russell, Mr.. and Mrs. a time. every day. church, Titusvllle, on Sunday next, the old friend, and at present Mis. Mahou's ready, to do what he can for thB..mu-=-

Russell and Messrs. J. O. and -Mr. W. Gordon Brown, of Ilobe 14th Inst., at 11 a, m. and 1:30 p. m. {usst. Residents and hotel guests from men".ol his ,ne.ts. See ad. oa/tth page
of TltuI-
(klton were enjoying the beauties -Any person in the vicinity Holy Communion at the morning wor Uotih,side of Indian River were present
Sound has been his friend Mr.
Beach a few days the first of visiting ville who would like to experiment on Wo not being able to the The Plant System of hotel resort are-
regret accept
Ston -imlth: Palm Beach for ship.
: some hemp growing, can get some seed and all open. There are seven hotels connected
Invitation to be .
\ weeks past. He recently won the gold instructions for planting same by writing -It Is said that Gov. Bloxham has present.Mr. : with this system, and their; names,

{Misses Maud Spry and Adelaide medal in the swimming match at the to Mr. J. E. Ingraham, St. Augus taken a decided stand on the observationof J. J. Jacob, a well known loskhint will bo found In the new ad. CM.* ,i our 7th

p, of Chicago, are at Mayor pool. tine. the game and fish laws of the state, of Wheeling W. Va., who has page, Toorlsts and others on- tie East

(Inter home at Palm Beach for -Gen'l. Passenger Agent G. D. Acker- who Insisting particularly that the fishing been on a hunting trip In the Haulover Coast or any of the AWOOATK

uder of the season, the guestsrace ly, of the J? T. & K. W. Ry., was In Ti with-Mrs.her husband C. Harding spent Williams a few days, In Industry shall not be injured by any section returnud to town on Wednes readers. north or south should innkonotio a

Swift tusvllle from Friday until Saturday-accompanied little violations of existing: protective laws. day. lie says his trip wall very successful of this.
last week In town a
Daytona was
''I Julia D. Tuttle of Fort Dallas, by Mr. R. B. ablejlIvlngthe while Saturday last, calling on her many -Messrs. J. D. and C. W. Crabb' and be him and Mr.killed Bradbury-who accompanied Iii con-sequence of the immense.tourist
eight alligators
awed, through Tltusvillo, Tues- ADVOCATE a pleasant call ere returning filends. She returned home to Lotus by father, Mr. H. S. Crabb, died at his residence In business done at the Royal. I'olnolana
from 21 to lift length.
ner way to St. Augustine, for alit. to Jacksonville.Mrs. ranging and the Palm Beach Inn tIM, It
way of the Silver King, )lr. Williams In Marlon county, S. C., on Sunday These two gentlemen also caught largo season,
Mrs. Tuttle owns one of the the 7th Inst. 71 of .IB. than probable ibM :Mr. Flagler .
J. A. McDonald, of Miami, going through on the train. age years, spas.medic amount of ilsh.Senator more
kutif ul places at Miami. Titusville constipation. Mr. C. W. Crabb ;;wlU give Instruction to Contractor.
: passed through Monday, en -Mr. Frank: Ilendry, a special artist left on Tuesday for his old home in Matthew Stanley Quay, iA. McDonald to enlarge It this summer.
( and Mrs. A. B. Currier and route to St. Augustine, to visit her connected with the Boston Journal, has
right little daughter, Helen, ofass. daughter, who has been attending St.Joseph' been spending the week In town-huntIng South Carolina, to be gone probably one of Beaver, Pennsylvania, and a party of The Flaglor hotel have dae, something
month. friends passed through Titusvllle Tuesday 40 cent more fcuslnes this suit-
hike per
., who are well known winter Academy. Mr. McDonald accompanied who
and Mr. Ilendry-
fishing. says
In his private car Mayflower, en, son over what they dht ,nt a corresponding
It Hotel Ormond have been down Palm Beach.
his wife far
as as he Is much Improved In health since he -Writing us from Troy, N. Y., Mr.
route to Ht. Lucie, the Senator's: winter! time last year.
Beach and Miami this week.
( -Miss Haynes Smith, daughter of Sir came here-expects: to leave to-day on a Martin Schenck, city engineer of that home. lie expected: to remain a few

'} acknowledge, with thanks, re- Wm. F. Ilayncs Smith, governor of the fishing and hunting cruise down Indian place, says : "Please send me the day only, as he wanted to be In Wash From Ormond we goMh-e, Informationthat

ome photographs, taken some Bahamas, Is still a guest of Mr. II. M. River ADVOCATE as per money order Inclosed Ing ton on Monday or Tuesday, to attend the most brilliant social event of"

t by the Misses Clark and Brooks, Flagler and Mrs. E. M. Ashley (Mr. -Mr. Henry J. Egger, a member of herewith. I hope to become a residentof a special session of Congress. Among the season was the "Dove German,
at
this Messrs. Anderson A Prim
inning young ladies from New niece at Palm Beach where the Indian River country coming those In the Mrs. M. S. by
Flagler' ) the firm of E. L. Brady & Co., Miami, party were Quay, Hotel Ormond Thursday eveninglast.
find location that
ho were sojourning at Hotel she is making many friends by her and one of Titusvllle's former popular fall If I can a suits !Mrs. Davidson, Miss Cora Quay, Mire! on
and family. I wish to get somewhat The ladle wh ,managed the affair
charming manners men came to town Monday on Susan Quay, Mrs. J. A. Quay and bill
young up posted, and know of no better proved themselves la every way eejual to
has. R. Galllard of St. Augus- -Miss Florence Adams Is one of the a visit to his wife and family. Duringthe mean. than by reading the ADVOCATE. daughter, Mis Pryde, and Lieut. A. O. the demand. made.. upon their energy

|ved in town Monday, for the bright and popular young ladies now time he Is here, which will probablybe C. Quay, the senator's son. Senator. Ingenuity and patU *#, and they deserve
of of occupying a position as stopping at the Royal Poinciana; while about two weeks Mr. E. L. Brady. -In a runaway accident a few day Quay and family are always gladly welcomed all praise.

i board the steamer St. Aogus- Miss Nancy Otter and Miss Louis Bol- will remain at Miami.Hon. ,. ago, Dr. Charlotte M. Norton, of Merritt, to Indian River

running between Titusvllle ton have a host of friends at the above Archibald Major!banks and was thrown from the buggy, and severely -Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Huston and ton, The Tampa Bay hotel present a very

[Gallie. palatial hostelry. These young ladlesare wife- have. been spending their honeymoon Injured.through the She bushes was dragged and a some wheel distance passed and Mr. W. F. Walton, of Chicago, who an attractive ADVOOATK appearance correspondent at present.. and BaYS the
,
not tall, bnt they make for The have been spending the winter at Cocoa,
very up at Hotel Royal Poinciana.
Bolton
jl Louise of .
one Chicago'syoung over her side. In addition to bruises, throng of /guests there make showing
ladles, who Is' again a It In stateliness and grace. cold Canadian weather which they left her kneecap was dislocated_ and In- gave the ADVOCAT a pleasant call on that I I. very .animated. A. glance at
sailed In Mr.IIuston's .
otel Royal Poinciana, Informs -Miss Helen B. Ballantine, a very makes them appreciate all the more the ternal Injuries were Inflicted. She I la Wednesday. They up them during the day a* they amuse
BATE that she has not yet vlsau. popular young lady from Somerville, N. delightful climate of Palm Beach. Mr. said to be doing fairly well. recently-launched English yawl themselves In various way oral night,
the Lake Worth papers J., passed through here, Friday last, on Majoribanks l is a brother of Lady Aber- rigged yacht Seminole, over which we when they UIJ, the Immense rotunda. I*
ade a slight error In that her way to Sharpes, where her father deen, who Is the wife of the Governor -Rev. John T. Hnntlngton, formerly took a cursory glance by Invitation of enough to eoavlnce anyone that they
General of Canada. professor of Greek at Trinity College, the owner. She I la certainly very fine and
and mother have been stopping all the are a gay east< happy lot of people,
Hartford, Conn., and well known In yacht and a model of comfort. The delights
friendsare enjoying- fullest the -
the
Miss Ballantine's limit
L. Marvin of West Palm Beach winter. many -The ADVOCATE representative noticed built COCOA Mr. are
Seminole at
Titusvllle\ preached to a large congregation wa by
to her on Indian River to ,.. found at Bay hotel,
pleased see Hendrlckson'sparty Tampa.
husband happy last Saturday on Sunday last, at the Memorial Church St. Augustine Huston; she I Is 01 ft. from stem to stern, which the editor of the "Pink of
presenting him with a 121b. again. of excursionists: composed of some on Sunday last, the pastor of that I la 23ft.: wide, OAft. on the keel, and haw should paper visit.
t, Marvin is said to have grown -Mrs. C. M. Dailey and Mrs. Alice P. prominent Brooklynltes, who were registered church being 111. )lr. Huntingdon- five galley commodious the East Coast" certainly

her since he became .a father. Hudson, of New Rochelle, N.Y., who at the Royal Poinciana, Palm who l Is accompanied by his daughter-( cockpit (decked overhead) and many The Royal Polnolaaa. palm Beach,
was the physician in attendW. have been spending a couple of weeks or Beach. They were In charge of Mr. Informs the ADVOCATE that he will hold other convenience There Is also a presented a very gay appearance the

rr so at Hotel Alcazar St. Augustine, passed Edouard Schembri, who Is l said to be Divine service at Ormond's Episcopal large amount of stowage room, and she first of the week, wheaan AjwrooATR representative

[ Dunk and bride formerlyra through Titusville, Friday afternoon one of the oldest and best known tourist church on Sunday next, the 14th Inst. can carry a ton of Ice. There were several noted that there were over
*
Mo have,returned last, on their way to Roseland, where couductors. :Mr Schembri Is recently other good things we noticed In 700( guests In the hotel, the majority of
Murray, back from conducting a party to Spain -On Tuesday the following was received sacred
the
Indian built
avllle from their they said they would probably stay a andthe connection with this Rlver- whom thoroughly enjoyed
wedding trip them In Algiers Egypt, the Nile, Palestine at the ADVOCATE office: "Mr. boat but limited which was of avery
)rleans where few days. :Monday night saw our space precludestheir concert, Sunday night
they attended Holy, Land. His parties really can- and Mrs. R. I'. PadJIson announce the
1 Gras festivities. Mr. Dunk is St. Augustine again, where they arrivedon mention. The above party expected: high order. The totunda and casino
known of the first northbound train. not be termed the so-called personally- Gabriel their daughter, Jennette, to to leave for Jupiter on their return from W M. beautifully decorated with palms,
manager the G. II. conducted excursions, as his arrangements Mr. Toombs Anthony, Wednesday the Haulover.JENTH 'eras flowers anti variously-colored
d Co., Jacksonville. -Dr. Law, of Providence, R. I. made throughout are, we are Informed, March 21th, 1807; Titusville, Fla. candescent, electric Itght Tho sight
the following catch of fish at Rockledge in detail and absolutely At home after April I, Washington, Ga."
and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson expect: so perfect every ( FURNISHING GOODS-a com- very mucn Impressed the tourists, many
([Titusville for their old home at on 5th mat: Thirteen trout weighing first-class, that they Appear as Independent While we congratulate Miss Jenuette in plete line just received at the Eagle of whom were enraptured with scene*

well, N. C., about the begin- sUty-one bounds, one cavalll, seven Individuals. Mr. Schembrl has advance, we cannot but say that her Clothing Store. It will be well worth witnessed on Saturday and Sunday evening .
kpril, and will in all probability pounds. He also bagged seven ducks located his office with the United States from Titusvllle will be regretted your while to examine this stock. last One lady said "It looked a .
eir permanent residence there and seven yellow snipe. Dr. Davis, of Guide A Travel Information Co., 114 W. by many. Having known her for veritable falrylaadX Mr. Fred bterry.

air departure Mrs. Egger and Boston, Mass., also comes In with his 3ltb street, New York, where he holds the pant ten yearn we have no hesitation The Rogeland Inlet Co. the genial manager appeared to be on
i will occupy the Paddlson house record as a fisherman. He also landed the responsible position of superintend In saying that Mr. Anthony Is about to the move nearly all the time; and with

place.i i five trout weighing twenty-four pounds. ant __________ secure a young lady of for and a partner what Is Tltus-whom At a meeting of the above company,, the assistance o! the following energetic-
-Preaching at the Baptist church on he need feel proud held at Roseland last W. office staff, everything seemed to go.
i and Mr*. Samuel D. Ehrhart, of has vllle's loss In Washington's (Ga.) gain. Farms
OF MEN'S SHOES
rk after Sunday, March 14th, morning and even- A BIG LINE W. Russell, of Clnclnnatu was right along/ "M smooth a* a marriage
'town, left spending for Palm a couple of Ing. We will not take you on any long :just been received at the Eagle ClothIng elected a director. This company was bell:" Fred C. King, room clerk, who
Beach
on what Store. Titusvllle, Including all the L lJt. In New York and from the. Majestic Hotel New-
a'last. and have been sojourningmall journey, but will\ try to tell you recently Incorporated ; came
the week. Mr. Ehrhart great things the Lord hath done for you. latest style* and shape These good a* far a* we can learn, the object Is to York; O. J. McLaughlin, cashier Hot

t the artists the well Yes, we have a message of love from the are guaranteed to please M they are From schooner B tcaynr, wrecked off make an Inlet opposite the Sebastian Springs, Va.; Frank E. Allen, cashier,
principal
t comic Puck and on he has Lord for you; come and hear it. Don't of first-class material and their price Bethel Creek station, twelve drums of River, so that yacht and other sailing Audltorum, Chicago'; H. T. Tallaferro,

reputation paper In his ,line. We fail to come-you are more than wel! i unusually reasonable. gasoline. If finders will report same to craft can enter or leave Indian River al mall clerk, Holland Mouse, New York;

Jge a pleasant call. ac- come. B. A. Geiger, pastor. me I will pay charges for delivering that point. Estimate of the dredgingto T. C. Ward, front clerk, Cochran. Hotel
A Cottage For Sale. dram to R. It. Co.. and will give them be done have been made and the Washington; and J. M. lIemp teci.nigh t

the content of the drum. Address, ADVOCATE I Informed that bids for the clerk Hot Springs, Va.

Laundl7.'ane WATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony A furnished cottage and lot, 00x130, CAPT. HABBT FOZZABD, work are now out The directors of the

Bros., West Palm Beach, Fla.WantedPalmetto with fine water frontage and boat land- Jacksonville, Fla. company are: K_.... Drake, Todd, Bissell -

laundry work, patronize the I log, for ale. Ready for occupancy. and Mr*. A. Hudson, of New Rochelle > Where You Can Obtain the
h Steam Laundry Co., JaclraoD-1 Near Hotel Bellevne-one of the prettiest Orange Grove and Land For Sale N. Y.; and Mr. W. W. Russell, of "
la. Satisfaction I Root location In Melbourne. Price, l 0000. Cincinnati, O. "Advocate.

i. PILES, Agent, Tltnsvllle, Fla. Apply to Miss U. ALLKV, I have 22 acre of floe hammock land -
Melbourne Fla. for .... 13 acre *et In tree In For Sale. TmiiviLl., J. 8. MwssUnd,
orange ,
We will pay $1.00 (cash) a ton for palmetto Mr.*. new1lMm. '
/ Bones Wanted. roots, delivered at the Florida full bearing before the free... Also the er.Acoc.rnsr. :, Rutwdl.L.es. t.
Extract Works, TUosvHle, Fla. For Out of Sight I packing-house (two stories) at Clifton, Fifty dollar take all four lot*-3, 8, nupl Aic.esrOarowD araan

your bone and send them to the specifications and particulars, apply to three miles from Oveldo, Lake Jwunp. 11, block 16 goealNS; 8. block 17.GHAJIAM TUnsTllle, Fla. B1I4t., .. Hole H..y.l Ormoaa I"oiuolaas, MM
BTille Fertilizer Co., South Jack S. F. GRAY, Those 5-cent boxes of candy for the Will sell at a great sacrifice. A Co., TIM Inn. N

,na. Will pay cash for them... A't Supt. children at Cnaffee A Co'.. W. W. THOMrtoar, SmltbviUe, Oak TltosYllle, Fl*. Ifutff. Roy.1 I"rIIlD,



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commendable; but,'by no means to lobe '1' HODGES

detriment of public Interest besides, pOlAR &: T110MAs.re.t.Timers &: GODFREY HARRY MASON

Merit these are all open questions as to prac- & CO

'f ticability. The question Is, wbile a Manufacturers of I

I Iy change of conditions Is needed, is Itpiactical
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to make a change at present of and Plumbers.
\ Yellow Pine Lumber Ar Jobbers In Fine
y Made and Merit Maintain confidence any kind ? We have had a corner MAMON 4tJACKSONVILLE.CO. Imported
f' of the people In Hood's Barsaparilla. I(a forced on us by the syndicate of millionaires ,

medicine cure you when sick; Kit make in the form of a financial panic, Galvanized Iron ROUGH A DRESSED, W Bay Street,

, ; I I I wonderful cure everywhere,then beyond which they can produce at will, and Gutteringand Orange Box Head, Liquors and Cigars 6 HJJ

ill I allqueation that medicine possesses merit. Providence has taken a band in a /game ,
of lost Tanks Fruit A Vegetable Crates.Lumber .
fieeze-out in which we have the a Specialty.

I stakes In both bands, and left without a delivered at any part of Indian Riveron 4 Grade Whiskies
stake to even play penny-anti. So the r: through:: bill of lading. Anyone 'well I lat. EtTVhhkl'reImporte'IrndDomeetlot
r MadeThat JUS": Work done on any part of Indian building on the East Coast would do to ,
question comes up what about bettingon River. Estimates given on work. Correspondence write for prices. The Sawmill i la situated on tbe
these big hands we are discussing. solicited. J., T. Sc K. W. Ry., 9 miles south of I'alatka. .....

L Talk Is cheap, but It takes money to establish Satsuma Hlghts, Putnam cou,Fla. ; Southern Belle Rock and Rye .. ..........tram 'loM '

in just the truth about Hood's Bar- county seats. If the millionairesand POMAR & THOMAS linn-Holland Brandies-Dmnestto.ppleperchblackberry, Old Tow, etoWlmwlVort' .................. .,.andDeachandhoney..... .. ....,... ....... ............. .. .. dmmpLGO.Pn'm9ltejera' '';:a
r I j eaparllla. We know It possesses merit Providence will let up on us a little St. Augustine Fla. Pineapple and Lemon Rum .. .. '' '''*'.' ..'' .. .
we might have time to think of something Orange 'Sherry" CatiwbaV'MusVaUlV'ciarit, eW.V from. .. ..... .....,. .f' .I!. .. 5
+I because it cures, not once or .twice or a to do to meet our needs, but If not Land For Sale Clarets-Mhtetnraats: .. ..... ..... .. ......... ........ .. ..... ... .. .... ....... ..frnin I (irllsrn'
It 4 hundred times, but In thousands and we will need houses much worse Cheap.I Bottled Beer. .. .. ................ ..... .................. .. .... .... ...... ....... ....roanpLOUperdk 12.2.I'or', '
thousands of cases. We know it cure pauper A.L1CX: NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR.
t'a T All other Floe Brands at equally Low Prices.
than will court houses It be Inr
we might have for sale 80 acres of pineapple
when all others
I '! = absolutely, permanently, well to wait and ascertain NEAR & Jugs and demijohns will be packed In boxes, when so requested, without
moment TAYLOR
fall to do any good whatever. We repeat a land on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- II
I which we need most. We might find on low Eden, 40 of which being northeast tra cost. Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express CompllbYr't I
Investigation that It would be more (Successors to John McAllister.) quarter of northeast quarter of section not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble

beneficial for general interest to move 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Send for Price List or call upon MASON & CO.,

Hood'sSarsaparilla the county seat jto some central portionof Artesian Well Contractors the other 40 is the northeast quarterof 301, 807, 301), 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA

the county, or it might be the best to southeast quarter of section 3, -

form a separate county, consisting of a EAU GALLIE. FLA. township 38, south of range 41 east. =

portion of Brevard and Dade. This The above land can be bought for $10

little scheme of forming a county out ofa per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple Florida East Coast Ry.

11j few settlers In the lower portion of the ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR I orange, lemon or lime growing. .
Is the bent-In fact the One True mood Purifier. W
I I count, will not meet with any material women to travel for responsible I Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for
Tim Tafcl No.Corrected *o F.bru.ry> aA, 1807
i It cure nuimca, Indigestion, \ These are questions to established house in Florida. Salary I cash. This land will soon be worth $50
I 'l Hood S Pill biliousness. 20 cents. ; be considered, and will be considered $780 and expenses. Position i per acre.
before much action Is taken. perman SOUTH BOUND (Read Down). NORTH BOUND (Read .
I ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed I Apply to C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE Up)
II I MONT HAIIDEE. stamped envelope. The National, Star office; or to Robbins & Graham, Titusville NualNuUlSN'.INo87: N02l19 STATIONS. N o 7t1N)7 N08 Ci, ut06u
a Insurance Bldg., Chicago. : .tf roo.. Tijp; 8'-5p ....r v....... so.onvt s.. ..... r. ii46p I :::::: tl awballap:
8NMlOiUe 44iJp 745p ...., Ar..St.AuIlU.tlu...... Y. IIUlip ... ..
Free and The speediest and most reliable rem- .4IIplyoo./ ..... ...... ...... Lr.... ...St. Augu.tlne..Ar. ea.p ... ... ... &
edy for all derangements of the --. & ...... ...... ...... ........ .H&Htlnw ... ...... 4 ... . ... ..... ....
throat and lungs is Ayei's Cherry Pectoral. b BOa II Asa ...... .... ". ......?East Palatk........ 4 S.... . ... .. .
Masons S bile dda ...... .. .. ...
i Accepted 11 .... ... Ar..Palatk..Lv. IllIlip.. .. ....
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This wonderful preparation 900aIOMa .... ...... ..... Lv..Pulatke..Ar. S16p,12IOp12401 ::: ....
1 checks coughing, induces refreshing Travelers' Hotel. ...... ...... .... .. Ar..8an Metro.Lv 2&3p.. 82Up ... : ::.::: :::::..
'i sleep, and alToids great relief, even in 8111a tllua ...... ...... .... .. Lv..Sau Mateo..Ar. 7 ( 701\1' .. '
I 1041a1248p. .,..,. ..... / :. ..:. :. :::: ::
the advanced stages of consumption.PINEAPPLE 1061.1Wp ...... .. .. I.Ormonll..A.r.:: : .. ... ::::
Titusvlllp ... .. ... \ ...... ... ... ...
: Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. ..... ...... ....., ... ;c:
Intitan/ lOp + ...... .PortOrange. .. ..... ..... .....
\ Fla. 1119a I ....... ..... .... "
U2p .....New .. .
Bm7rna .
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I Lodge, p No. 00 GKOWEltS .. .. SOIl' .... ..... .... ......... Oak Hili. .. ... 2441p.. .440p.... ... !j//'
This Hotel is now under new management IS08p S86a...... .... .. ..... :: ........ .Tltu.vllle..... .. :: ..: :: : :. .. : .,-
,p 1! MEET.A ...... 504p.......... .........Clty Point......... ..... .... .
Holds Ita meeting tho second and fourth Friday ... 8161' ....... ...... .... ..... .Cocoa ......... .. I.I/p: / ...
of eiuih month at the Court house, TitiinTllle 19 aSp D1JOp ...... ...... .... .. .,...RoI'kledgeHotel ..... 12: !lap 2BSp....... ... .
.. ; at 1 MO p. in. general meeting: of the stockholdersof and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. 127p 4111' ...... ...... ...... .. .... .....Eau allie?. ... .. 11 tip/ I6Ilp .. .
the Indian River and Lake Worth .Up ...... .. ... .. ... ........ .tI..rno. ........ 11 ilia ... ...? ,: .
I I i A. T. Feaster, Wor.hlpfull\Il\ster. Pineapple Growers' Association lOOp 41a/p/ ........:: ..........Melbourne: ........ l1..a. ...... :. :... .
.. lieu. W. Scobie, Senior Warden. was Bus meets all Trains and Electric Cars pass door. Bath rooms and all ...... .1I11p ...... ...... ..... ........ ..Ro eland...... .... :: 11 06.. ... .... .. _.
held at Jensen last Thursday. An unusually Conveniences on floor. ...... 1I000p.. ... .... ...... ...... .Sebl\Stlao...... .... .. I1Ula ...48p..... ... 'Nu
N' R. F. Hall, Junior Warden. large; attendance of members, every ...... IlliIIp ...... ..... ..... ? ..........8t. Lucie.......... IU lOa .. ... .... _
1 B.'K. Wilson, Trensurer. growers and others was prei e it owing to -.Open: Ali "th.e "Year.Rates 8011p 6011p...... ..... 1100& :: ........Fort Pierc... ...... :: 101k'aI128Op...... :. :,43
.J. Mendel, Secretary.M. ...... 6U1ip..... ..... 000ft ......... .lCden.. ..... .... 98'2n1 .. ... ..... .
1. beacon the special features of importance which, :-Ameilcan Plan, $2 to $2.60; European, 50o to $1. Special by the week. ...... 640a. ...., ..... 6161& :: .............18U"0.:1. : 927a... ... ... ... ::: :.tip
S. Sarrm, Senior it wait understood, would be brought ..... 64a...... ...... 684a ............ .......... 1 919a) ... .. BIt.'p
a .1. A.. Ilappersette, Junior Dencon. forward during the day. A larger pronortion Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress. ...... 'lUlp ..... ..... 7021\ .. ..... ...Allcla. ......... 900. ...,.. : ..' tap 811I1>
A. A. Stewart, T. II. Sunders stewards.1J. ...... 'I21p ... ... 71121.Hobe80und....... .. lI.r ".
i A. of the stock issued was represented ...... 784p ...::. ...:: : 8BUa| ;;;;;;Went; Jupiter;;;;;;. 88Ua.::::::.: ::::: :' 1254
I Geiger, Chaplain. either in person or by proxy, ..... SOip: .... ..... 06fla Riviera.... .. .... 504a.( ../ .. 11M!
A. FroHclior, Tyler. than has been the case in of the 44Bp 81Op.-10 4>u Ar.West Palm lktnch.Lv. 7 Ma 10 85a''.mi. .11 as
I any THE PAINT 466p 8r) ..... No 26...... II ......Novel Polnolana. .. .. 7 4Ca 10 2fia No.074tJaJlOl11ii .
meetings held since the inception of the STORE. 600,) 8I1lip.. .... .... .. II .....Palml3cachlnn.... .. |_ .
I organization. B06p 880p. ..... ...... Lv. ....Palm Bnach Inn.....Ar. 7UAu78Ma 10 15.1 60 p .
; THE COUNTY DIVISION. President Holmes called the meeting Slop S8Gp..... 92\a.) .. II ....Royal Poluct na...... 10 Ida 6 m ip ...... .....
6UOp 84fip ...,.. 8 BOa llOSaU44p .....Went Palm Beach.. ..; 7AIa10Slat:/ .
SBUp ,11 Oh
to order in the rooms of the Al Fresco ...... 921p ..'.... ... ...... Linton .... 845a ...... .. .. BIa
hotel at 10 o'clock a. m., and outlined ...... ID( Up .....IOSlla 2411p II .......F..rtLauderdale..... 116Ha ..... 442p .. .71!,.
', JENSEN FLA. March 8 '07.) the situation in a brief and pointed ad- ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS, ... 1067p( ..... .. 4 26pi .......Lemon City.. .... 6(11 la ,. . .... .511II
i dress, stating that there were three 7 30p 11 05p.......11100. 4 46pAr| ,........ ...Miami .. ... .. Lv. 6 '1IJa 800a 4, COpI;; ....1.615A.

I ? Editor Atlvoratf: elements represented in the attendancetwo ra11 A W. BRANCH. Tralnii 81. 83, 85 and 78, between Jock/ '
Excitement seems to be a tonic of them favoring: opposing candidates -Papers and Ht. Augustine daily.
necessary Ii o. NoTTj TATioNsr0lnLv a. No 4. Trains
for the office of general of ., : _' : o. :. : 28 88 and US, between JIICk9011'
for the health of the human mind, agent 9 BOp 1(1( ( ( | ,.. .New 9mjrna.Ae. 'T'l6p 6 40p vllle mid St. Augustine dully, except'
the association and
I a third party which 8 16p/11 21m I|Lv..LakeHelen..Lv.;; '18 BOp(/ 4 Hip(/ Sunday.
I ; and owing to tho frailty of physical con- recognized the interests of the association 8 !Blip U bin. Lv.....Orangodty......Lv.OrangeCity. U lOp 8 asp Train 87 between JaokHonville I ud
."tlonsl often produces monomania, and as being of paramount importance Outride Cold \Va-tor Ia-iiit. 8 BOp 11 SltelAr. .. .. Lv. U IBp J 8 Cup' ||St. Angimtlne ally, except Mondiijr' .
I! I :lias to be doctored with a close of purga- Irrespective of men. Trains :J5 anti :atii between Palm &! & 5

tive setback. hunters say we need a The report of lobo directors was made. i. E. TralulI87 and. M are composed exclusively Pull and Train Miami dally. .
PAIRD & co. man oars. :21D! betw..n Fort Pierce Md
lead clog In the chase, but the ambition On this, embracing the action of the _r-I Miami daily, exoept Monday.
I! I for leadership among Imaginary; lead executive committee In reappointing E. Buffet Parlor Cars on trains All other trains south of St. Au28 (\>>
52 West Bay & Laura Sts. JACKSONVILLE 86, 7. and 18. tine dally,
FLA. Sunday.
:, ,i. logs Is no great that it is. likely to cause P. Porcher as general agent; the Interestof except ,

I t I the leader to run ahead of the gang The the meeting hinged. The execnttve The Ble..ot Sid..Wh.e1 Steamer.
I liorn hue been sounded for a call to committee, through O. C. Mathews, the Paints, Oils, Glass, Tarnishes, and Room Mouldings.

I arms, for the purpose of seceding from efficient) member from West Palm Beach "CITY OF KEY WEST."

the north end of the county, and set up held out stoutly for Its rights, as pro-

{IV luminous our own account. But the vided for by the laws of the association, Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Suckers In appointed to Perform Service an follows:
trouble Is. the lead dogs; have struck out in the appointment of agents and at- ,

'ii II i tn every direction, without waiting for tending to the details of the manage. Leave MIAMI every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.Arrive
,,\\0 ,""" I orders( and left the pack wholly at KEY WEST same dab
sea A
I I ment. vote being taken by roll-call, At One-fourth Regular Price by buying Stools or
as to which to follow or Just what were this report was adopted unanimously, Leave KEY WEST every Sunday, Wednesday and @rtday

following: There Is no question toy thus vindicating the executive committee Arrive MIAMI uuoe itj.

.. j discuss as to the necessity of dividing and ratifying the appointment of Mr. Mother Plants. Steamer MONTICELLO.Steamship
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the county or moving the
i county seat Porcher as general agent for the ensuing

i' I A dissent horn that proposition would year.Mr. These Stools will glow from 10 to 20 Suckers each in from two to six months. service between Miami and Nassau to continue during the Winter Touch!
b make a man an object of pity, on account Porcher read an elaborate and H anon of 1898-07.

t f", of his. extreme selfishness\ ; and all Interesting report of work accomplished Absolutely true to name, first-class condition PROPOSED SAILINGS
i' I Ills so-oalled reasons to the contrary through/ him In marketing the :
past
r'. j I would make Mm the more ludicrous. season's crops, showing good results to and all Fruiting Pl.tnts. Now ready for delivery. Correspondence solicited. February Is to March ZT. Leave NASSAU Tuesday. Thursdays and Sntunlari

,, 1 t We have a needle-fish county, about 110 the shippers and handsome balance GEO. II. WRIGHT Leave MIAMI Mondayii,, Wednesdays and Friday
I miles in length, and about wide enoughfor to the credit of the association, arising Manager, M'ch 30 to End of Season Leave MIAMI U Wednesdays.. and Saturd..y..
Il 1 a lino of settlements without leaving from a commission of 1 per cent, which Orlando Nurseries, Orlando, Fla. Leave : Tue day. and Friday

.w I" room for a public road or, at least, that goes into the treasuiy. J. P. BECKWITH, J. D. RAHNER

I e Is the position taken by some with the In the early part of the day an interesting SAW AND PLANING MILLS, Traffic Manager ASH't Gen. Passenger Agrat-
county seat tacked on to the extreme political meeting was held for JACKSONVILLE YARD, St. Augustine, Fla.-

J: I t tail or head end of the county; I don'texactly I the.. purpose of discussing the advisability Jfnlatkn, Flu. |E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. -

: know which,_. tho head end, I of cutting on too lower part or
sills ?I5 as tnac is wneio nil ino WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
suppose wire- llievard County, and making a new HeCentral &
I pulling and directing: originates, and the county, with the addition of tho north- ( peninsular gailwalj
'" other end does the kicking. Up to the
; { : ern part of Dade. This matter will Manufacturers of -
''II I IJ'' +4t, M present they wont give us even a road doubtless come before the next Legislature -
I titj to get to the county seat. We have to Short Line between Florida antI all Nortl'crn Points.

J h I Y i' crowd through scrub thickets, dangerous { Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Columbia B8i
if Gt- Washington,
I to Mesh and garments, or take transit by While tlmore
I no physician or pharmacist can Philadelphia, York '
l Boston and the Eas
'r rail which lit 1 fatal!
I more to the
I. I under present conditions, than the pocket scrub, Ayer conscientiously Co. guarantee warrant the purity cure,,strength the J.: C. A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, and Chicago. Macon, Atlanta Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville\ Cincinnati ]

r' ( is to the flesh and garments. Hence, and medicinal virtues of Ayer's Sarsapa- I lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring; prompt shipments. Cypress Everett

M 'N' something needs to be done, or we are a rllla. It won the only blood-puriller ad- mouldings of all patterns a specialty. Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, Sioux Holly Springs; Memphis i, Little Rock; QansaS City, St

r lout, people;; but the question is, how is mitted at the great World' Fair in When at home, write us for prices when River City '
Junction
; our
and
4iono up way, come Pensacola Mobile
see us. 1
New
wiir this to bo and what Is' to be the Chicago, 18'J.I.' ; lobe Pacific Orleans Texas, edco, CabfolDland
result P Up to date the wholo move Coast. Effective Jan. 18, ISO7.

carries the earmark of selfishness; that New York Express. No. 38, leave Jf''I"ynnvn
The
it was scheme for an Individual enterprise Sultan of Turkey Is constantly villa S:20: a. m, daily, with 'PiroI.,!!. NdtsnJtLANTA '

Instead of something: for tho con attended by a eunuch, who will be beheaded The Tropical Trunk Line.D 4 S "t. A n, Baltimore, Phlladel Savannah, Columbia York Waahin an'l' I"vw a '

1 yi venience and benetlt of the public. As if the Sultan should die of 4 ''4 e, 'at" -, a Eastern Connects for Pernm'd:' t

far as my information goes, theta aio a poison. p .n. Arrives Jacksonville 0:1:4: : p. m.

I few Individuals who are trying to ma- ( Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West'Railway. w". .tcr"'A 'W x. I .'. New York and, Florida Limited No. 32vestlbnlfld *?*"
h'. 1 Lure a scheme to cut oil a strip of the < t nN" S cus )., train with compartment.8rb'A
,IwI i1 lower end/ of lirovard and form little If you wish to purify your blood you JOSEPH H. a f r ,,, n.r lien dining and ; dW
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a
DURKEE. ,
', 11 should! take a medicine which cures Receiver. e 1"V"NNMt y "Ktlnll 0.60 a. m., Jacksonville 11.INI a m '.4
sovereignty of their own for private family o o .J except Sunday. 31 returning arrives Ja<'>
purpoHos. That scheme hall blood diseases. No other medicine has SOUTH -SORTH: +e+ ?J. A vllle 3.:11I1': m, 8t. Augustine 4.40j' m, dally *
only a Time Table In -
Nc. '" I Eff..ct Feb I, 97. C
Nn
I such a record of cures as Hood's I 0 nO. "I"0.28 cept
Sarsa- Monday
.. local following, a* its objects. are too ;;;; N0. an. No. 711. Nn. 20s. tt F lrv '
r 'o- aT' Pena lp'<
parllla.Hood's 00 j Non ?
threadbare, to bo even misleading, .?.... .I'r. .t tl66a I.v..JAC.KSOrVIl.LE..Ar. .. : j OOa Iii ti4 'i>iii I lfiriiJMlxeel : ". New York Fan Mall No. Sfl.* n 03111' Jacksonville
6 US for win'
.Or..nle l'urk. .... .... : m. dally
h People delight In being humbugged, . .. : '" 04ap 002a . .. .. ..Iecrin. . .... .. tlII2alll tl40alll 0121'11I 1'lIxell' ::: .. V7r 6n ern point ('nrr l" through Sleepers. kIond"
and when they get hard-up for Pills are easy to take, to .... .... and Fri .M..lnolll10161' .... ... 1104pm 8 a. ''r vllle to :Sew York. Nu. f arrive :IC i>>
r a hum- easy .. ... \ ..... .. ...... .... Thu.dTr PM :.gr 3<
bug will almost operate. Cure indigestion biliousness. 024a.. .....Green love springs .... ... Z ca". 0 0:00: a. m.'a" .
J, I I accept anything that I ........ .. .. ...... . !t" 800am lIoI3pm .!II; Sat e '"}
.twl..k. ... . ..
; I can be sprung on them. But this thing 2.c. ........ 10 :Son : IOttMI .,.,. ? : w.la.cKs0N71LEE Cincinnati and Florida Limited Leave
11:1111' ..... .I.alatka.... ... .... ... aonaii ,e 0 a..asur onville I1M Cincinnati T.10 nram
.
.... : m.little Arrive
"' i 0' is asking/ entirely' too much. Without a tlltII'lMa 111\11.: '' .. . .,.....Retsnma .. ... .. 4Mpm'SOSp 9 tie r p. solid' ream
4211alll time
; n I ;I co-operation of the north end of Dado The reason some of us believe in future .. .. .. .. .. .. 1:11'11-11\1 lllHa: 1II..I',' . .. ... .. ....III..na... .. .. . .. 4Ham 411"11I 42f1pm 2rilp! GULP O yule Train runs a via over Kverett 24 hours., Miwon-,1; ., '
: I' 1I.la: l'IIII' ........Crescent 1MI'm w' !*
'4 I county, we would practically! have no punishment Is because wo; know we .... ... I 100,. 12Ma 11:11: \ .. ........... ..II..vlll.4'ity Jnnetlon...........:,......... 311Kano alllam: "OS pm 12f1pm esoaake. +, r :J .wa "Chattanooga.11I40, Connects for N..hVIII.. ;,. .... ,
...... St. Louis, and
34.1p Chicago
\\1'.:. 1"i county at all. The humbug about deserve It :lao 1> IWla: 1"Ja. ?' .... .,.I't't.p..n BI'rlngs... .... ... 2114ano in 12150am or /.
.. western
.. .. N points
Zap: \ I43a ... .... 21llpm 1110am
: ii4sp .. B8"
acroiigo of territory Is all bosh what 6lenwmxi ....... .... .2"'lam (
aas
; OtttmCar
: "INIJ' :llllIa U'aq: ',. .... ....,. pin 1037am = 1 0 Ashevllle Home. Through Pullman
... ;
-e ,' does that The .II..r8rorcl. ... ....... 2311am "
nearer e
a .
:
;" amount to for availability ? If person approaches to agl'avoynrilin 3U I' .... 1:1: "I'' Ar lMplII: IU08p./u t y service for Cincinnati via 8ava '
the people would come together in both the the ........ .. .. ... .14'Nt' Lyf I ..,... .....tleLan.1 ...... .... { Ar ..... 2311 pm. .... .. ra"d hla, Ashevllle, Plot[ Springs, Knoxv wahibl"lIj1
.. night, stronger becomes .. .... . . ........ tl/ltll': / ....... .. Lv. .. ..... :... j; "'w the elabrated Mountain Country, e'r a\'or< d
:+ I ) counties and co-operate with a view to his belief In ghosts . .... ..... . 4 .N 1 i' ArTI'fl'SYILLE..Fonl..r"r'.e.' .................Lv... . .. . 12o4am...... 1SA4itq Carolina. Leaven. .locksoTvllle 8is(:: p m.At..
develop the last Interests
li t of the public, t1UOlIam. .. N Iven Returningstd
Cincinnati 7.1IJ/
} instead of individual When n fine ruby is found in ;; ;; ;;:: :::::::: :::: : : ::: : ::: ; : ;I'anla tl Jacksonville a. m. ..
., 7 schemes they Bur- ; A.rrsnto;;:.::::::::::: : : : : : : :: ::::: a 0:00: a in.
. . . :.... ::: : : :::::
might batch out a and mall ..: 34111' .. ;.: ....... II. !lora............ . .. ,,, "0 Ifni l "J
success ...
'', I 1 but as long as run blessing, a procession of elephants, grandeesand .... .... .... ... .... ... "tlhpAr....... ..... .......".......... .Lr ... .e4Aam :.. ... .. Ispsltlhe n 3ults..a Country Only Line. of Middle Through Florida.the Beau Pensac"Ksrnmbla '*. T.
on .... :
private account It soldiers 520p 300a'nlelpAr.:! ... ..... .. .. IIIOam '''a A'' a a
escort It to the king's pal- ntnrd..... ........Ly I38am CENTRAL Ba Jacksonville *:1s u
.. ,
will prove an abortion, as It . . .. ......... :219pm"9011sm Live >
: very Justly ..... . .... Altamonte 1'rlnK8..... . .... and for Lake City Oak Madison fcor"IWTallahaittee
I i l deserves. ace. ... .. ... .. ... ... e 1 )lo 's)
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\\Intorlark. .. ...... aa Junction I'ennarola
...... .. River
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..... ENINSUUR fall-
40na 11501'' ..... ,. ... f R.R.nd i
j The l Orlnndn.. .. .. . lies/ o.
legislature .
: is supposed to act for .. .... .... .. .. ... 1205pm 12Mam ..... ... tl vr >tp i New southwest
.. Paciao
If tho care of the hair .KI.m"' ." ...... .... Connection j Z \ ford I"and te Carries 51eeP"asn
tN the general good of the people in local: were made a ... .... .... Ar.... . ...... Coast
affairs! and not for Individual part of a lady's education we should ........ ... 66na, :IItIJ' .. . ..Iakeland.II..nnw Jo. .. ..Lv .......... .TA.W r" 1 No. t arrives Jacksonville 8:OS a. m.
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puiposes. .... .. .. .... .. 031)) I Tackonvl11e9dea.m.for8tarkeAte
1046am 'ritir .
For.,1.0&lDA
not .tll .. pm Leaves
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see so "ltI' .. : "
A heads and ..
failure of many Hartow
gray the ...
oven any attempt to get a use .... .... ..... OaineovUli-
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of Hall's Hair Itenowcr 1IJI1aU: 11011') Ar.. ... .....Punta Clor.la..J.v .. w -... .. I horne Sliver Spring, Ocala,
r co-operation of Dado county in this onI .would be unnecessary. .... Yl) a 441pAr I ... .. .. ..T..m"a.......... / f--t Key, Wlltlw..... Leeslnire."" Tavare! *. APIS"
I .... R" .. .Ly T2npnnhtaam.: .....;.: : Orlando rim1"
terprise, show up a self-Interest that a b flop ... .Tam!>a Jlay Hotel. . Lncoochee. Daile City .
I ( gives the whole thing a back seat. ..... :Mnnend Tura.lilapAr.,' .....n....,...I..rtTRml'a. .. ... .' ....."... ...... Holly 8!>rfalTl Route St.I..ull. Kansas. Arrive Jacksonville 4:15 p. mJtflRID for)1.......
I ) !' ;, Those schemes can, and probably will, The carat, used In estimating the .... ...,,TlI. Q= 3 tar Ar..... ?..Pon wniKey '.?... .Ar 2:10: I' m Thn.. and !lun. Atlanta Rlrmingham Ipml'I\IM.' Kansas City City, Xo. 36Lea"ollJaek8l1nYllle 8.M p ci'nnE! ', In"
Frteay.I ; '
I .... . hunn Through Pullman without
... t.y 9:10 tll Kaneda Sleeper
.. .. : .
.' I come to the front, with reasons show weight of gems, is a grain of Indian wed II Ofla Ar .. .. . ....Harsna.L.. 1230p: pm m Wed Wel.and l. and Sat.trot. phi,. prlnlt1ieltl..City and Kan.as The route la via Macon Atlanta IIlrllllnllham, Holly Springs, for. OIL
I ing why such Is not the City. No 311 return arrive Jackaonvllle 9 00 m.
11:20 a
proper plan; wheat. : a. m;Lest a Jacksonville ca''"
but. .those .reasons_ can only be written Dally. tDatlyexcrptSunday. berland Sound.4Im for Brunswick by the CUmberland Route steamer, and
witu Some men never count their Trains .l and 32 Carry Through Pullman : p. m.-t..al for "*,,5
E..tt. "
aeniau inn, and 1C 1* nonsense to money so Bullet Sleeping Cars Son P. Close connection for Brun8wlck. Shortest and qllicke> j
( ,, discuss them. 'certainly need a division carefully a* when they are giving It to Trains Train* 23 23: Mid and 7 7ft* connect Solid Veatlnuled at TltusTllto Train with.*, with Parlor Cars between .. 'I _. _. : P. M.-For M.-l.ocsl Talllpa for Tallahassee Intermediate. Intermediate. "" int.. Arrive' Jacksonville. :" ,!' -3"U:21) -
I of the county or a moving of the the poor. -illate point on the Indian River. steamer "Stiver King" for Rucklledge land Inter- Tbrolllb Bleepen for Cincinnati via Asheville point. 1'1ll1l11an ale..pe.. ArrlveJacksondl'ei artkes I
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I court house Public Interest demands Train Ni.lesvlo {.,...kamIted.iiyata.1os. .arrtns YUle 1..1 p.m..arrtyea Cincinnati 7.111 a. leaves Jacksonville a. 8M p. m.,
h.' } it. Now shall The diamond If laid In the 1926; leala 1:4/1/ burg 11:01:1.: H".knll1e 1:20 in. at HawthOl'll. at 11:33. Galne8YlI1e For 1\1""n." Atlanta.two Trains Dall,m...
we and .
'" come together and sun arrives at thakland 4 CIII p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at 11:311 Steamer "Manatee' from Jacksonville 8-90 a. m. and 6.85: p. m-
i 9 1' work salves for with the publlo good, or whip our- then carried into A dark room, shows 111., 81. Petersburg 10:30:: \.m....., dSurexeep"SuSjS"Tarpon Springs 5.56:. P- m., Clearwater: 8 a.:Ja:m.p. PuIlID8Q Sleepers on all Tampa Night Train.for raldentown. Parlor can and between Manatee Jacksonville River point and Tampa
local strife. w. B. IvSend for
Partisanship Is distinctive! phosphorescence cor FIX. Bees In.lued
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INDIAN RIVER ,ADVOCATE MARCH 13. '1897.Sessional .
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:' Cards. .
MONTHLYSCIfOOIIENT. 8Tf1TEe Master's Sale. I
> DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?
jf .
I ..:BOBBIN*. WALTBB: 8.GBBAM. .Ii. UNDEIrat4by virtue of a decree of t...... .. More Potash
BINS A GRAHAM, & lH* prlcon. Are
Statement for the month ending the Court for Hrwvanl c"ullty.ln a cruse tlliire- ,
28th of In depend, wherein J. C. Capehart 1 la ..om- budded at tbe'ttround on '4--yell-old THEPLANT ,' .
day
vATTORNETS-AT-LAW, February. 1807, for Brevard 1t.M. Klith an alministnwr of T. Florida Rough Lemon stocks 3XX of
County, Fla. K. Dixon ileceiumil, et. al., are ilnfemlantu t I 'them are Tardlff, others are P.imon in the fertilizers
iJIounu:From 10 to 12 a. m. will all at public auction in front of the court Brown appliedon
: BKCAPlTULATIoar. lumiie doti; during the legal hour of sale, .Ruby, Tangerine" ItomoonHsn,
and2to4pm.
Total receipts during month, .$ Sl>2 45 upon the Triumph and Common Grape Fmlt, ;tOo. the farm means
BVILLE, Brevard Co., Florida. Total FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A 1) 1831: each $2(1.25: per 100.
expenditures . 2538.34
r, log. to the highest and limit Mililnr. for canto. the tOt lloone's Early & Mott's. ltKio l, f>0o.
lice In all the courts-state and fed ITEMIZED KBCKIPT9-FED. 1807. lowing ileM-rllxxl. real estate,situatail In Itrevara each, $h) per 100. SYSTEM.Notice larger and better yieldsof
county, Florida, to-wit The of '
north-half the
I Balance in treasury. . lf .03 Satsuma and .
1 facilities for examining and perfect-I northemit.nmrwrof motion :99, and the outhw Mandarin (Ott. each. .
I title. From tax collector school levy.' 350 45 *t quarUr of the southeast quarter of section Lamb Orange, 50(,. each.
poll tax. . 1200 20, In townnblp 21.south range 80 east Heedless Grape Fruit, M>c. each $4i) crops, permanent
Also ten sores of land eight of welch Is an !
CARY-ELWES range/ grow, .8Orll.\. \ ae follower Koumleilon per 101) of the
Total receipts . .. . . .$ 3(12( 43 the nortD'hy land solil to Mn. A. II. Cantn Also nil of the varieties of 'peaches to Travelers. improvement
by T. K. Dlnon,and mill belonging to her, and that are known to be best suited{ to this
NOTARY PUBLIC, ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES. upon whlcIuTbouia Cantles, now or formerly, South Florida soil andMore

STATE AT LARGE. John II Sarot Co Supt. . 75 00 mnith resided. by; on lands the now east. or by formerly Indian of River Mn. on Annie the I new Free Stone section Orange including peach, that the If you contemplate a trip to nay point

writing, taxes paid for A L Hatch, mem bd . . 9 00 Dlxon and John f Sets and on the went by originated in Orange county and Is the
non- North East West
's, rents and accounts J S Snowden. mem bd, . 000 lands orformerly known as vacant land best. peach yet out for this section. or to any; Florida
collected The deals of aforenald .
Mr Cantlne
Mra. Annie
.. Correspondence solicited Dan E Miller, mem bd, ., . 15 80( Dlxon and John P. Beta are on, nwonl at- JAMES MOTT point for reliable Information, through Moneyin

irllle, Florida. Ed Stung, turn for school S 'to"as Tltunvllle, Bnvanl county Florida The above ,
Pritchard, int. Indebtedness 6 3 50 diMorlbeil ten acre of land Is the tract where ORLANDO NURSERY Trop'r. rates and most convenient schedules,

SOU S. JONES J Van II Nash, free text books. 08 30) Thomas on the K. Dixon plver, and formerly runs Welded bank to; In a> pond one acrewide on Winter Haven Fla. write to the undersigned who will the farmer's pocket.

J II Sam, frt pre'pd on books. 200 the west about 6\10 yards, and Is a part of lots Sand

Advocate, pub. stat'mt Jan. . 1 00 .4, section 28, township 24 couth, range 88east. Notice For Publication. answer all letters promptly, and give All shoes PMuk.the nii' of lu see by .el." .._
.
r ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Clarence Wolcott charts d.e In ;you any necessary. Information.The ,.....1 ee. the but Ana. k the United Slain-i*
18 mos, Men 1 f9:15: (b withInt. MINOR B. JONES, [ Mid la m little. book which w*publish and will Idly'
,
ILI.E marS-aprl Special Mauler.. Land Office at Gainesville, Fin. ) Routes offered via. the Plant .all free te ay fcnur Annica who will writ for It.'
BREVARD CO., FLA at 8 per ct, flU 20 . 1208 04 GU-AN KALI

Teachers' Salaries . . .$ 1217 50 February 18UT J : System the equipment and excellent W 1'1' _.WORKS.St.,New York

inty Judge", of Brevard County. I Sundry bills., ... . 120804 Notice.In NOTICE. I settler* hereby has given lied that notice the of bin following-Inten 'service, are unsurpassed by any line.

tion to make final proof In support of his
Total expenditures . . .$ 2420 14 claim and that.said proof will be made before Through Sleepers are operated on all NATIONAL-
D. L. DODSON, Interest ,. . .. . 11220 Court op the County Judge, exercising Clerk Circuit court Tltusvllle., Fla., on April
Y" Probate Jurisdiction. std, 1897, via t Kdwanl Johnston, of Nathan,Fla., trains of this System Insuring Luxury ,
1. Hnmestem122t(4; : for the lot a, section I. totem HomeSeekersREAL
DENTIST. Total . . ... .. : ss34 In the matter of the estate of Clara hip :23,soul h range 37 east and lots U, 7 and 8, Comfort and every convenience.
T. II. lection 6. south ranee 38 east..
Eaton deceased: He name the following witnesses to prove his AddressR. ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Office over postoffice. If there is any one thing; that needs toe THIS day tills oaime came on to lie heard up continuous residence' u cultivation of, L. TODD,
purified, It Is politics so the reformer the report' of the Commissioner appointed e Id land vi.I : N. N. i'emly, of N..thant F..I. )
to melts ala of lot 4, block 10, In the E. J. Ihs,wrlOS, of Canaveral, Fla.) W. II. Dlv. PIIHH. Agt.
TLLE, .. FLORIDA. says, and many agree! thereto. But blood town of Melbourne,, and It appearing that said Priptorlii, of (Canaveral 1'1..1; Henry A. Prater, ,
ells, and as a blood purifier and liver property wan bid In by ono ot the executors of of Canaveral, Fla. or C, II. HOWARD City Pass Agt. Exchanging Property for Property a
corrector Simmons LI ver Regulator Is the the willofriaraT.il. Eaton del-eased, to-wlt i J. M. BARCO, Jb>gIKter.
1 L. OAULDEN jest -liy Elizabeth C. Eaton for the sum of *l,0ol Jacksonville, Fln.ROYALTANSY Specialty. Semi Description of what
medicine. "I It In
use preference tony Now therefore alll.onl..n* Interested In Bald
i > other".-So wrote Mr. S. 1\[. Hyaell, estate are hereby nnulrod to appear In this Notice to Creditors. you have, and what you want.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lof> Mlddleport Ohio. And Dr. D. S. court upon the
Russell of Farmvllle Va. FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A D 1807. creditor of the estate of nidixm Colqu- MALABAK, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
practice In all the Courts I writes "It THE late of
of the llrevard
State ,11"0,1will
", and the United States Court.. fulfills all you promise for it." and Hltoiild Dhow nut cause be confirmed., If any,they can, why said tale. take notice that the county administrator, niaid PILLS C. CARROLL

Box, 238. TITU9VILLE, FLA. It la further. directed that tills order be pub- lame* estate him suggested| the Insolvency of the Real Estate Agent

Money to Loan. 18 Every gem known to the lapidary has week IIRbellln for fate the INDIAN successive RIVER weeks.ADVUOATH oirae a Wherefore, eali creditor, and all persons E_ NKvTniSCOVEBV.A D.W.nUabl.and_:NKVKK!.rUiiC FAIUl fur.ui* ,
been found in the United States l>oiie and'' ordered at the ITolmte oftloev at having claim minlnst. said estate will be required tt.i prv-.d, e.o..lve, Mwnty or painfulnun.turwtlon.
j>I Tltusvllle, ribrida, this 2tHh/ day of February, to appear before me, on or beforeTUB .Mow meal bov.. .r f U, 11 FREEMAN IIALL.ATTORNEYATLAW 1..1_ lnvbror.tes the.. .. The Largest and Most Complete
As soon as others begin to praise you A D 1BW. FIRST DAY OF JUNE, WOT, w...St ........ '_ ,,".aD... ".....
MINOR 8. JONES and file with me their*ali! claim, .. .n.
It Is time to stop praising ;yourself.The mar .apr2 will be barred. payment peeled ho pl.ln'wrapper..ad, to to.tamp. Establishment South.
County Judge.Master's .
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II. & INSURANCE AGENT. Orloff diamond Is believed to have This nth day. of November, Ism.MiNoau.Joaas. ........_for...p.rtlmttr.....,......PFP'r'K1tMKDl Soil bp lnnet'
OALASau0IAT1.Z1. ebitwYe, W. GEO. S. HACKER & SON
usvllle Florida been responsible for sixty-seven murders. Sale E. C. TVNDALL, County.ludge./ ,
Administrator novlMto: uiyM Sold by J. B. Soreven only.
presenting all the best and strong- One-half of the benefit of a sea bath

4te psurance lines Companies. Is prepared comes from the salt water one swallows. UNDER and by virtue of a decree of fore- -
to any amount. anywhere and wile iHNiilnR nut of the Circuit
e East Coast. I. Court for Itrevard county In a cause there TREES
t
How's This! .In dependlng,.wherein Jiilm Mi'Allliiter is complainant I l7uNTFRUIT
and t:. TNE BAY DADE COUNTY.: *; I will sell at public auction In front of the Poe
uonrt hearer'door, miring the legal. hour of Bale, YROFIT
W. EWAN, We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward upon the "% HIGHEST AND PLEASURE Rae

U. S. COMMISSIONER. for' any case of Catarrh that cannot be FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A D 1SW,

otary Public State at Large cured by Hall's Catarrh Cuie. to the highest and limit bidder. for rush" the fol QUALITY We... .0

is Selected F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo, O. lowing ileserilmd real estate, ultuutod In lire- POMONA NURSERY
; Conveyances made. v \rd county, "Florida to-wltt I A strip' of land THE w
pondence solicited. Address: We the undersigned, have known F. J. live"' .alna and tweiitv-thrne link (n2.'i: ) wide,
ay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove Cheney for the last 15 years and believe aridexwndhugfront the Atlantic groan to the IOWE5TfjCES MACCLENNV FLORIDA.
,
Indian Hirer, a dlHtAnre of .
seventy-three (7'i:
him honorable In all business
perfectly
-: Office Ewan's Landing. chains, the south line thereof being I parallel. HIM will tell you what ta plsnt, sod
t ranaactions and financially able to carryout with and seventy-eeven feet north.' the south FREIGHT Wl HOW to pinat It. We h.v.
DRGE any obligation. made by their ftl'm. line of "section thirteen, ((1:1): ) township' twenty- In stock a full. line of everything needed In
W. ALLEN, West & Triinx Wholesale Druggists seven (27) south range tmrty-flevcm (37): east, m THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD JICatittfflctttretof'D001'S
containing:ax.lM! acre, more or IDS*. PREPAID
Toledo, O. Walding, KlnnaliA Marvin Pflaoh, Pltim. Pear Peralmmon. Pie.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Wholesale Druggists, Toledo, 0.hail's D. L.OA'LDEN, Muiberrlo, 0'......* sus Ito.e* ...out I.edwr Sash JHimls
mar5
-apr.t Special' Mater ,
Catarrh Cure Is taken <
internally: ,
Fest, Flol'lda.the acting directly upon the blood and mucous O BEAR lAll THE POMONA .NURSERY
Macclenny. lrlla.
surfaces of the system. Price 7ic.: Moulding and Building Material.
|1 practice in United States per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. Notice.
|tate Courts 9JUOQ5 Testimonials free Olllco and Warerooms, King, Opposite

; In Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial Cannon Street.Charleston ,

F. II. UOUGIITON, The Keating: Wheel. Circuit County.of Florida, in and for lirovard FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, S. C.

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The rapid growth of the popularity of -IN CHANCERY: (Successors to THK A. B. CAMPBELL: CO.)

-= DENTIST. the bicycle and the large Industries I K.Iwxsiteras Frank F Heath. Exeouturs and Shriek of Sash Weights Cord and

which Its manufacture has developed are the estate of John heath, } Pianos, Organs and IMusieal Morchandiso. ,
almost phenomenal. To contemplatethe deceased,
Kona, VS.
Florida. marvelous development that has Hardware
Jesse T.
BlmroonH
been recorded In cycle construction In having been Sled In thin court A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIl\IE-l'IAN08\ ANI ORGANS AT A SACRIFICK. .

the past few years makes this develop- AFFIDAVIT for the complainant. that We purchased In January last the ImmniiHH stock of PlanoH, Organs, sheot
[O. FRIES, C. E. ment seem too wonderful to be true, but the defendant,511d{ Jesse T. rlliiimon, I* over muslo and musical Instruments of The A. li. Campbell Co. We are ckmlntf nut Window and Fancy GlassA
know It l Is and from the 21 years of age, reside* without the 'State of the stock of Pianos and Organs at nheiird-of low -Icon make for fur
d COUNTY I we judging Florida I IntIs I believed I to reside: In Boston, / pi to room a
SURVEYOR. ; experiences of the past, the future may (burgle,and that there la no one within thin line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and Klngsbury Pianos SPKCIAI/TY.
have a great deal In store for us. stale service. of a subpoena upon whom would We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200:! more than we -
nd legally surveyed and sub-divided. In speaking of the perfect wheel today b".llta'. '" defendant. ask for them'Conover .
These
ping neatly done. Estimates for we do not refer to department store Jesse are T. Simmons therefore,,to to appear command at the you Clerk', theaid .. style. K, .al....inn\ liaise.Brosstyles, nmh. .. .... ........,....,::10<. Choice .
office of thin court the > K.eb-. sot ................ ......... 37A
Inds of works bargain cycles, but to the peerless samples on ii "J.b .................. .. 21MI Malitolm Love, wal................... lilt' Wines Liquors
engineering : DisI of mechanical Ingenuity that are FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, AP11897, .. n J.wal............... .... ..... IIIMI Steinway .b.... .....,' ......... lilt' rs
I lines a specialty. recognized as standard wheels, that have andanswerstldbill' In dun course, otherwisethe u n M,..b....................... ...tlq Everett: eb.....u.nu.n.., 1S. I A and Cigars.
world-wide .same will be taken against you a* con "Kwl&I............. ... ....... 11:1.\: Klniiftlmry, stle IIKnabe eb.I'J!
'STIAN reputations and sales and fessed. McCammon.txl.rJwal.: ............, ,... ... ann .. .. A.b........ ............ >illMI> Guaranteed Pure.
Brevard Co., FLORIDA. are known to embody every improve- It I III directed that this order be publishedwith anoIlalnos Grand .........,.......... lino Sold reduced
ment. There Is no wheel more fitting to a* little I delay' a* may be. In the INDIAN :: :: T, war..i5 HtiiyveantNownliy b''i,..... ............. ..Il l at
Rlvicn ADVOOATB once a week for four consecutive T.el.. .. .. .......... .. .. .. 2110 wal..................., 2151: prices
an.'ted. A. J.\5a.n.: : be named as a single: representative of weeks that a copy be posted at the (Jour!; llros., A, eh............ .. ....... :lONI Evans eh., .... .....,.......... 1'JlI
this class than the Keating, made by the House dour.and a copy mailed! to the defendant .. o X,el>.,..................... 179 J..... M. Star, eb.......................... lloloo Imported
[every section at once to sell staple Keating Wheel Company, formerly of at lioston, Ooorgla within :W day from the date u u o 3,1.ah. ....... ............ Itu Morris, a Tokay Win.,

I dealers; no peddling; experience Holyoke, Mass., but now in larger and hereof. Done and ordered at the Some of these pianos have boon rented but we have had them re-polished and from Italy.

oe sary; best side line. $75.00 a better quarters at Middletown, Conn. '<<:Ierk'*office at Tltusvllle. put In tltnrough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or money re-
|kh. Salary and expenses or large The enforced removal of this company. I Seal 5 Florida this 1/Vth/ day of 'unded.' We furnish a stool, scarf Innntruotlon book and delivered f. o. b Jack John B. Togni
nlssion made. Address with 2 cent In order to meet the demands of theirIncreasing ( Circuit Court February A 1) 1HU7. onvllle; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.

p for sealed particulars Clifton Soap trade, Is but one proof of the A. A. STEWART, FREYElt &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Day St.,

| Manufacturing remarkable of the feblO-raarl9 Clerk Circuit Court, 24 East Jacksonville Fla.5outhern .
t Company, CIncin- popularity Keating Day Street JACKSONVILLE, FLOIUDA.Wholdnal. .
>Ohio.y wheel. This wheel the result of eight Brevard County. _. _
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years of experimenting, and the valuable soil ICetall.

lessons of that time have been utilized In .
will bitter
buy
you nauseatingi
| Notice For Publication.
i when Grove's Tasteless Chill I the production of the '07 Keating, which WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS

Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. stands without a peer in construction _._ :
r druggist is authorized to refund and popularity. This wheel has Its LAND Orrici,OAINKHVILLZ, FI... I ..

oney in where It falls individual frame, as the most populaicycle February 1, lour. )
case to
every phrase "See that curve, well i NOTICE I* "bY.f.'J'ttl( %tfllhb following- K i!
K Price, 60 cents. 23-10-07 named settler : : :Intentionto Rail'Vay.ABSOLUTELY iZ
proves; and It is also fitted with Keating make final proof In support of his rlalm' and .
double roller noiseless chain and an Im that ald proof will lie made before Clerk OL

CANTED: -FAITHFUL MEN OR proved crank shaft. It Is a beauty in i Circuit Court, at Tltusvllle, Fla., March 1ft, IstrTvizi THE SHORTEST ROUTE. I.'00t'I.WI". "le"oAY 10 Q.-c.
Heorge W. ftchuyler, of Inillanola, Fla.,
1"1, women to travel for responsible finish and design, and unrivaled in con homestead 10 X13, for the northwest K of onth What PEFFER'S VJu@PJe! I !
'bed house in Florida. Salary I struction.-Finance and Commerce, Feb, west K! salon 14, township 24, south; of range It not powerfully aod qulily. all I

d expenses. Position permanent I 20, 1897.r 3He.Ha name the following witnesses to his VKKOT70H! TOXXXAXT DRAWING BOOK OABS DININO CAB, other ,,,II. Vutin ...n vlftiir.resale A.but...lMt inaitbiMHli.ly': ..oldm.nrooveryouilifnl rt -
ce. Enclose self-addressed : contlnuou residence and cultivation prove .. .e upon o : VXBTIBULID TRAINS.NORTH I .Pow.r,
: envelope. The National said land via: I John Koch, of Merrltt Fla.Oeorire ; THOXOUOHTABX OOAOHZ8 either w.:jjraUHi NlKhtlr* J.":='ry7W=.lii. I.Msae.
nee Bldg., Chicago. Haphazard Jotting K. Sweeney.of lnrllanohaEl.'. .; Fredk.! ... anti 51 root. "Tttlf elnu. or .*....... ..aAt.du.r.t4i

i jan20,07 Out glass pitchers' of tankard shape of HerKinan IndlMiola of, Plr.2S9t indlanulsPla.l. ] Walter Sweeney,. .' t Wsrdso.laJmpuu." :whie.14:: *:: .:J'I'i: ::

of sizes. J. M. BABOO,Register EAST AND WEST.THREE you "r"n.I' .. "airrMnt..r|>.*..II.. :bae.
come in a variety send
PEerBH'M'
hat do you need In the 01. Inn, : MKMVIUwH. or fur II.
way .. .
.. ..
Can b. o.rrled In neat plain
opes, note and letter heads, bill A little sperm oil or gum arable added DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EAST. p. fi>r .II.lb"A fwiltlve
i, statements, tags, cards, etc l' to boiled starch will be found to Notice For Publication. w:rtstas.'iue..S.: (. Oar:.r H.twad tke
Limited
New York and Florida Messy '
hall be Tl JE11t r"e. 3 pla Iu: :i'.r
glad to have a share of you: effect a great Improvement when

starched pieces come to be ironvd. A Washington and Southwestern Limited, Sold by J. II. Soreven, onl1'T.AD.

) I little salt should. always be pat into the Land Office at Gainesville Fla. And the United States Fast MalL

|The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, starch. February 15, 1897. J

7 one, $5; No. two, 910; No. three, $irsville Never put a silk dress or oloak away NOTICE I I. hereby given that the following. ORT 31 HOUS3 JAOI803VILLE TO WASHIHOTOS.] ] w reAPs.
Fla. settler has tiled notice of his Intentlon OILY 21 HOURS JACKSONVILLE TO ]NEW TORI.ettd axrul.Moe.
with dost in the fold or plaits. Shake to make Anal proof In support of h'.
them well and rub with a piece of flan- claim, and that laid proof will be mail brio TMMbnled Trains eompeeeia of IA...*Inproved Pvllmaa Sle.pln Car. Md Hotel DtoUm
Clerk. WaakloKtoa.. Baltimore.py' .
be man who earns his bread finds a net or brash with a soft whisk broom. 3rd, 1HU7! ,viz Henry A. iweler, of Canaveral, : .rh'-i.Mew. fork and tan Bee*.
ria., Homestead :2U174, for the lot t. Motion :23, "THE AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
these In it that the loafer never Bonbon dishes of cat glam are ran weK-balf of ontbwe quarter section 14 and i CINCINNATI

e.c. jibed with silver rims and handles.An n..rthw*..t quarter of northwest qaarter section .IMTesMMsdTralasfnn*) JokoavUetoaa...aoaM vU Ie". ..... AllMta. cod OhaHwMa**.
. 35, township 23, 'south tangs 37 eat.
essential article that should be lie name the: following witnesses to prove bl r OILY 34 HOUBS JAOI80IVILLE TO OIHOIHHATL] MARKS.
in kitchen is a vegetable l eontlnuoii residence) upon, and cultivation of,
found JAOI80IVILLE TO LOUISVILLE.
every
aid land, via I Henry Wilson, of {''ana.eral OILT 26 HOURS O..IOMOOPYMiaHTS"
brash. Lettuce spinach, celery and Kla.s Arthur franklin'of Canaveral ria.( K.JPnrtorlu ...... _.1111. .s* OaiOAOO. OLBTXLAMD. DfDLUf ua. DITBOIT. ST. FACT *..
other vegetables may be cleaned I .,of Canaveral, 1'1' | W. H. ITeiorlu, .... all palo.e Morba **.. Wee*. .t..rf"iketalt end dmwipthls.a> ?
many of Canaveral, Fla. .. ; wbetber en laveaUoa leprotM
much more readily with one than with J. K. BARCO, Register THROUGH SLEEPING OARS OAJ IISONTILLE TO ST. LOUIS. >lf peienuble.. OI4.M, Menny Connunlaetlon ftjy.eeiirlne'* pet.aI.Mrlotlfeuoatlnotlei.

Leading dealers the bands. Wife***sags.vie ...*.>. AltMika.Blnaeae>am od Dolly........ la AID.OU_taken I arose*a MUM Wbinton A <<:cJ. iPM ,:::e

If a little floor is robbed over a loaf ONLY :36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. peoal adios la the8CIENTIFiO
sellFERRY'S
everywhere of cake before icing it will prevent the r.u--Oar eia>*>l.. mtoge fnr Kan*** k .ae..*. __I.Ow. AMERICAN,
frosting from spreading and running offso seh J TAMPS WHV NUT HAVE Y I IrV ASHEVILLE ROUT -.Tbr..1..5 111 55crTr Car dally Jeekwavtn to bs.etlfell Ill.rnt.d. lane emulation efBreoleDMS
SEEDS HK''IMl H' ..rKHI : Ctu..i.MU. vU....... .. *I mr...b tts) *inoraal.weekly,-p.m.D
readily. J I iuou" ewntb*. ...,-10." .,
In pleasing contrast with the all ill TK.KCILXIEALS H NI' f 181.i,, "LAND OF THE SKY." fcoua o. Patam sees Sr... Addree
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,Don *" *
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kbsb.laroft1.leer..s L.v. n:n:=, l. (:all r'of ahMB al- vet affairs are batter dishes of cot giant +a s I P........ r M ...... ......a-. MaeMM ev _..... 555.tM .. a1/r r alt ........r, Mw y.,. ....
.r..tw.w....II.bl.......a-.. rtssvsscitii' o PS.q.ebwlt.W.8..d enriched with silver bands. 1 1r I 1 .wL. .....re aAn.WAW as ate... ...-..

....7' Novelties in German delft bar appeared I III Wsrt Bay Bt.... JackscovUl. IT*
I'SGd4a Pas Al. .
who
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A. ma thin*
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in the popular bine decorationand Tc Wanted-An Idea at
Detrolte ..... MIYsi. F &. IL OULI' Y. j. nm; t.. H. HARDy WIG=; Yle.tem.W pNe.trM MmpW
Include Ice dishes, blscnit 3 ant atmvp THE SOUTH o... r w.aI...
boudoir seta and the like. I s E.x: .G "' yb., b. a. .Pt !N5.apit'tiaw.lata ooil.....yuu....mot... A oer.eM ........

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': ? :, -.. INDIAN RIVER ..ABYOCATE.A .M Pierce," as we think we have seen CRATES i

.} ; Ii it designated by one of its staunch.eat think.i GWTHING. .
advocate but
we hardly 1
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TO T DBTBLomxifT -
j:' WMKLY that any of our remote friends: at Lowest Prices
,'; I or Taa'ra.tAa atiTEK, LABBWOBTB I For Best Crates Write r fc
,'I AMDiBHKXtVJWMY IBOTIOIM.CBAS. would willingly put the people to CABBAGE CRATES 1
,, t unwarranted. the chance TOMATO CARRIERS, ,

H. WilTO,lKiH* r& I'roprlMor. of holding MI expense official position.' Our ;hoes Hats Underwear etc.I ORANGE BOXES BASKETS, PINEAPPLE BEAN CRATES CRATES,

] East Coast I taxpayers are hardly I LETTUCE

,, I I Check etc.,nuty .b....atto yarabb to CBABLBSH able to bear.sueh an extra expense, Also Tomato Wraps Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To

," i I i WALTON,pu..l..lu'r.. .ameQroprietori and they should certainly ponder G. F. PADDISON, Eau GalnB
.. .. :Mock on tbe East Coast. ,Et
----- --- -- -------- this matter .ver very carefully ere f iBjgges

rod If Brevard .
they are
astray
: JOHN C. SMTTOS oFDenver; spent
i an his tnon Jl'$3o,000.: a few years county has 'some spare cash on W. B.: DAWSOW:
hand, let 1M use a little of it In
k H ago in building a church in Denver
making good roads and planting
condition'thatthe' should be
on shade Wholesale and RetailLIQUOR
treell.OUR
allowed to U
employed as..exton-of the church.

NEW PRESIDENT. WINE & MERGH

I GovKKTsoat Dio (ii* i'hs8 Issued a -

" I' Iq circular to the sherllfa of the state, Last week witnessed the outgoing -

I referring to -(Jomr>lal'lfte that the of the old and the incoming of

game and ooh laws are constantly the new President of the United I 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, FlaJ'

II i violated to the strict-performance, and'urgingthose, : of officers their Stales.and duties Tbe inauguration being over, tbe festivities new- t Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Havam

I 1 duty in prosecuting such violations incumbent will get to work with i>r '

I with diligence, us required by out delay,-and no very great difference 1 Mexican and Florida Cigars
the law. will be .noticeable in the af-

) I t fain of tIDe (-universe. The principles FINE ANCfY 6EI.=I.OOERIES
,
of tile new administration I
I ONE of the greatest bankers in i will, be ia harmony with the old, i WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goon

I the world As ia buSik>tihe liritleh it h4illds! govern. inasmuch\ as they both tend only It is a Grave Mistake 'i HOT" Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.'

,. !t I f ment. a nearly to the beat interests and advance- If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city refe1 f ii
I 9 I $500,00''.,000 in pogtofitoe deposits

payable practl .ally on call, and meat.s of to the the country manner, though of arriving opinIon at. TO m YOUR DRESS GOODS. : --=

I pays interest at the rate.of JJJ per . .
) cent per annum to Its .,.tiepositors.i this end differ, to a certain extent.

i Last the leposita increased The retiring .president was a man New Fall Goods.
year
4 -150,000,000.') determined in all his actions, his Without First Sending to

mind once made up, no power_ of

persuasion, ibowever impressive,

1 rM { MR. FLAGLER AND NASSAU course could<< move he considered him one inch it was from rightto the The Surprise Store *I An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods nsnally kept i io


We understand that ibis the In. pursue; his level-headed, "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HAH

+ f tentlon ef Mr. iH. M. tKIagler to was .proof against the gibes of hia ,

build one of.hie palatial fhotels at political .enemies and the pleadingsof CLOTHING FtP Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt li

I I Nassau, 'if,he can secure the site friends who deemed him mistaken RTe AUGUSTINE FLORIDA shipping. One can depend to get good value for hioney.

i It the wishes and can obtulnfthe other in his :views, and while his We Sell to Dealers only.Some .

i facilitiea which will make his stubbornness may have estranged. FOR SAMPLES of the
I project 'feasible. In addition, or some of his less staunch friends many "Special Bargains" in HATS UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTIIKG
-- Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a afore recently bought out
) by us-At
y rather H .an adjunct tortbia hotel they could<< not but admire his utter
k It is proposed to build twopecially indifference to the many opportunities solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT

I It l ,designed, tean>ere'Onetoo. tructed that occurred during NEW AND STYLISH GOODS POLLAK & CO.,

for the ,.transportation his administration to ae
J a
(passengera pose
32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St.
during the le.aeon+Iii :uriouaj popular idol aills worth AS tbe Jacksonville, Fla

j fly fitted,and speedy-and '* slower chief executive: of a great nation SHOWN THERE.***

.boat *O'Tun onces.*. k>duiting the will probably before appreciated
JAMES PRITCHABD, President W. M. BROWN Vice-President
treat ufitheyear. lit'thJ aolieme ia in history than it .ia today, but no -- -- C. S. Schuyler; Cashier. :

i brought to la satisfactorytormlnatlon one will deny that he was one of It la the Largest. well as the most Up-to-Date Store in the State, and an

it'wlllprobabiyprove,( a pay. the greatest ,men. -of tbe latter end Order Sent, or a request for Samples receives prompt attention the day received.Proprietor .
t ling investment, asi&asaau: lie said of the 19th> century., Of his successor INDIAN RIVER STATE BANE
to be >blesse4 with dhe "ftnfit ell- s ability:! to-steer the ship of J.. ZAT. ESTES.

1 mute dn,the world--excelling even state sate through the storms that '
of the] Surprise Store (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
are liable to assail it, we have no -
be.come doubt and while we hope for She f. .A ,| Authorized capital, $100,000,

were tt/provldoii:, with the-same ad- good times that have been prom. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.ton I J"'o1a I Paid UD capital.. $25.00i- .

1., a tvuntagea as .the numerous ,places teed us. and believe that we shall r"-"' ? Average deposits, $150,000'

I / Jn, Florida, which have been made see them, we shall not, in the event Srd. with the Florida ae
Railway and hotel
,ifarnou by cue building of the of their non-appearance' lay the Total Rings: Aver. Time. tem, Mr. Flngler proposes to( build two sys- + ', Transacts a General BankiHj

jl ; llflagler! hotels. The.N ssau,Guard blame to the shortcomings of the Osteea . .," 41 . ..7 3A-75 sec steamers specially designed for the ser
I, r dan, In'Commenting upon the proposition administration, us it Ia the practice DeLand . .4-2 ,. ..... 73-5: vice. One is to be a luxurious fast x.y Business
La irange 43: ': .72-3 steamer, able to accommodate a large
aya"We: venture to .ex of some mal-contenta to do. ,
a 1 press the hope /that too proposals Tie JUdo-Bob Singleton 3N.;: Wells 4. .eral number times of each passengers week during, and to the run season sev- 1 Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Eh--

.. of.II. .ft{. Kinglet, railway andJiatel.king JfAMBt-OF RIDE1M and the other, a slower boat to run; ,, a Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
i may be met in a generous TOUIINKY AT OllMONl, Composing the several team entering/ once a week throughout the remainder _
and far-seeing spirit. the lists for the championship of Vol- 4If the year. A subsidy would naturally v DIRECTORS!
Very Fine Horsemanship. udit county. In the Tourney at Ormond, be expected, but It might not be nearly JAe.ParTOaennw.B.RAAasTT(1'remldroiOZ ((
March Hh and 5th : as much aa the amounts paid at the National Hank ot Jacksonville),J.H
present, l
Writing us from Ormond, the ADVOCATE Company from Ostoen-Klrby TAXPAYERS, TAKE WARN correspondent says: The ridingat Bud Wells" Wallace/ Leonardy. The long-expected and long-desired 3 ? Jacksonville), and W. M. Knows.CORRESPONDENTS. .
I the Company from DeLand-Court Buck- has at length; come "within Y ,
I L ING. tournament, at Ortnoot], on Friday the range of
I man, Henry Marsh, Ned Wella. practical politics." Great efforts "- Seaboard National Dank of New York mad
I and Saturday Iftttt, WM hard to bent, have National Bank of Jack orvUle. 20
Company from LuGraago Bob Singleton been made from time to time to make
,I At tbe recent meeting of 'the and it would be rattier difficult to collect Mia Unborn, Lyman Singleton.. the most of our. exceptional natural r.l."I".rUSVILLE, FL&.

i Pineapple Caowera'1lssociationrthe, ., a hotter band of horse or a finer lot of JUDOE FOR TUB TOUKNKV advantages, and fit the placo to be a ,
I rldors than have to come to Ormond I popular winter resort for northern vlsilurs. .
-' matter of the division of the county General, Samuel J. Anderson, Fort .
I ail was! .brought_up .nd discussed,]this year Nearly all the homes were I laud. Me.; John Shepard, lioston; is. IV. spent and Large many sums plans or money formed nave to been
secure
'to : Amu ic ia aui that several art the l'alsC/lln VoluHln and Brevnrd ountles Currier, Lynn; K. W. Smith, Louisville this desideratum. In 18(11 the Royal MIAMI !
and do Ky.; J. )(. OlmHtend, Hubort, N. V. 1{. .
t members certainly << credit to the State of ; Victoria hotel was built by the *
present were |In favor of J. Colony +
New York .
Leaycraft 8. Y La
; Hyde,
FlorldlA word also la due to their at a cost of 25,01)0.: ) Subsidies to the
the scheme. We cannot' coo any CroHBo; C. !M. :Jlerrlck Brighton, Penn.; extent of
good riders not only for their aa much aa 1:0,000
a
mtignifl
t;;:;f' sirct #roat:>ieee slty for this move. In l06nt l equestrian skill, but for their- Marshal I'lerco, San Francisco. granted to secure a suitable year mall were and

: the old. days when wo had no down. character and bearing gentlemen and i.Aon..N Troy THE Jl4N*EII.., passenger service. The success attend Town Lots Now .
river .communication .except by men worthy of the tltlo of "knight". The company from LaGrange, Brevard ing these and other efforts have been on Sale !I.!
As.their horses fluctuating. That
t water, .and when the steamboats ranches whore have done credit to the county, diet name fine riding at this tourney great and/ success would be
they were bred so have permanent under the
I frequently ran aground -before I the aa the score will show Hobert pro.
dono posed
they credit to the families and arrangement; there seems little
j canals were properly dredged, honvoc from which they came, and the Singleton tying It for the first Individual reason to doubt. The present hotels A. E KINGSLEY General Agent For
prize lost then
IIl there might have been BOOM reason State: of Florida may bo glad that I It lias unlucky ride In riding by only off one the ring tie.on The an and boarding houses would occupy a far ,

for It, on the ground of the'length such knightly young men coming forward LaGrange; team was admitted to the better position than they did a few
to represent It either In peace or years ago, because we will always have Mrs.
of time wasted in getting to the competition for the Ormond banner, a largo number of Julia D. Tuttle.
.. ... persons_ coming to
war.As which heretofore has been ridden for .u
I county seat ; but now that the features of the tournament, special Aiiiamiu wno win aesire to live
I'', i railroad ia here. it ia almost a* con mention may be made of the wandrunning only by companies from places In Volusla, quietly and less extravagantly than more they CHOICE BUSINESS AND
of Kirby Osteen's county, and In an exciting contest f It could do In one of Mr. RESIDENCE PROPERTY
tlioroughIMNM
Flugler'a
venleat to from
come the lower endof the great
mmij won trophy of champlonnhlp. Both hote's.
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the county as Crow Mims. The innshlp of little Wallace Loonardy, the horses and riders of the LaGrange We desire to place this information all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
!. .expense of the county will not be lion of the well-known cattleman, Plilllp team were very highly complimented at before our renders as early as possible Fruit and Vegetable
.diminished to any appreciable ex .Loon.'trdy.: While his ilery animal did to Ormond have and their horsemanship is said that the matter may be well thought Lands on .
tent. We shall still have the same net often give him the opportunity to been a credit to Brevard county. over before anything Is decided upon. .L i\Jianli: : Ri'vc.and
I I oJHclala and da see daylight through the rings, yet Ms The follo'lnare/ the names'of the For ourselves, we venture to express the :r" Bay :Ibis; nylle.
we not
suppose management the !horco. and hope that the Correspondence Solicited
the per guests at lintel Ormond who were pnt- proposals of II. M. Flag from Actual Investors
j that by cutting the county in two foot conlldearo In which he controlled rons of the tourney : Nelson Merrill K. ler railway and hotel king, may bo met I Main Office Hotel and Settlels.
r the salaries of ,the officials will be him was of the greatest Interest to those J. Loaycraft, Austin O. Fox; W. II. III a generous and farseeing spirit Miami, MIAMI FLORID
.. t similarly divided ; and there will who bad never soon such feat of horsemanship Duff, J. Sell man, J. B. Pbllllpps, T. II. -.-- .------ ,
be the same oitlolalt to be provided and a delight to thoso who Frttle C. R. Higgins; New York; K. W. SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit
love good riding. Tho official Smith, Frank
score N. IFartwell, Louisville to E. B. Williams &
I : for In the new county which will. given below speaks for them who wore Ky.: Hayden Kendall C. W. Barnes, fruit and produce merchants Co., wholesale
I R be leas able to pay the salaries' fortunate In the lists. Lexington Ky.; John Shepard, Boston, Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. ,See 65 South their
t i i than the county as it ia laid off on Full official score of the Ninth Annual Mus.: ; B. \V. Curlier, Dr. C. E. Clarke, advt. on pago ft.
: the map at present. The advocates Tourney for the Ormond Banner held Mrs. Heal, Lynn Mass.; W. 8. Butler;
: of the upon Ormond Beach March 4 and 6, Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, Boston; !Mrs. L. O. U. S. Department of Agriculture
: new project say that 1MD7. Contesting .companies : Ostoen White, Worcester Mass.: ; Dr. J. W,
:J I if Hrevard is not divided the coun. PeLnnd and Lit Grange Stickler Orange, N. J.; C. M. Merrleb, Weather IJureuu-Jupiter, Fin.

: ; ty seat must be removed. We ask Order of Kldlujj-,1 posts; total r. why ? They will rrobablv answerthat | tanco ttdO feet. uarr, ?i. y.; T. M. l'mneroypr..lunnrn, following is a comparative statement eiwlo
' : N. Y.; J. II. Wndo, Cleveland 0,; S. Y. of temperature and rainfall for the
a', f the expense) of bringing a m.- FUMY! DAY' RIDS: Hyde, LaCrosse; General S. Anderson, week ending Tuesday Mar. 2, l$Oj.

.:\: from the lower end for any public Kirby fsteen, (> tm>n.. ... .... ... rr 74! rrl K Portland Mo.; Marshall Pierce, San: -1S07;- -1890-
I. business ia too great where mileage Court Hilckiimr. >K-L .. Hob $I,1avJ1, ,. L* arante. a x Mrs V. C. Turner Thou. A. ::1 h 77 07 73:
L has srd Buck. i
to be We : >7
paid. fail to .see, hadue0s.ushen..4 I :: : : 71( : I 17 nor, Chicago; R. P. Fitzgerald, Milwau 4 jI! i!)!) 7rt 39 THE BEST LIQUORS
however, what difference it makes >l lit Itaborn, k..urlOn.ce.. ...,. .,,.. t r II 3 1 at M kee, Win. :5 .3: 7: 70 O'l for the Least Money.
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i if there are a certain number of Wall,e I.e.'nanlr. i t"'wen.. ., .. I" 2 [71'' (1 I ;78 7.1 70 07
wiles to be traveled !Ne.1' Well, ItoUtiKl. ...... 8 1 4 750 7 ? r 7.1 83
where
I ; money LintletooiwOrange' ... 2 Tyj 3 s IMIOI'OSKD GKAN1 1IOTKI. 4 :F:) 11\1 15 J-u.g Trade
is expended at one end it is Raved RECORD: KAY'B RIDR.Tf AT 9: 77 71 71 J2 Ry.an.l'om.[ j. .. ...... u.oJ.toci.: :
at the other, and as far as our O"t..n.fllot..n.....\I ] T T Total rainfall for the week: 3:31:: Inches toitnao. Bliu-kberry.. Peach iJV.i1Si .... 1JIOul' l.hfomb: I Wines. "
power of reasoning goes, we are ('", ore Hncknmn 11to1..1. a 417m\ \ rJtllI'l' 2 T 7 The Nassau! Guardian, to hand at the Departure from( normal rainfall for the .API.I"Uraltdl",. ; ............ ..... ..n Sherry.Claret and Catawha Angelica., Parr. 1-flonp
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unable to discover any good cause Km"lo W.IIR.:leton. .tlnup..... .. 4 1":1 '( 4 T1 ADVOCATE ofllce, says : We have received week: plus 2.81 inches. Departure Golden<:rown Rye, I i'er 3,181 Imp.Sh..rrl". edoa..4. I.oouf,
(tHtf. 1'1 "
i J either to divide the 4 3: 'Ii authentic Information to the from normal rainfall since Shawnee lie. per g1 gal....... b.Iou Imp.Uporto ortr .00
county or re. Henry Marsh HvLitnil. 1 '" 4 "( 2 7yv January 1, .. i per gal.........110 to 800
effect
+ M move the county seat. Either Mnl .iMlMHra... LaUriiniraWall -.,.. 1I7! 3 T 3 'Ii that it Is Mr. Flagler' Intention to plus 7.01 Inches. Fine Imported aDtl Key West Reported GIIIII, ..........00 to 8.00
e UMimanly, tteteen 2,5, build a grand hotel In and cigars: anti Cigars
2 Nassau If he
: /'Ji 3 m(, can J. W. CROXK Observer.WANTED upwarlll4, Hoall tobaccos.
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scheme Nel O 100
tl.
would entail a vast amount ... 81.W"IIR.,tl'...).VIoLan". IM Onnic. .3 4 17 3. '7 _5 T secure the mite and the ntnuiitlta facll.IU Will mall complete price money list with all orders. All jl1gl15c.! gal.per extra.
of unnecessary expenditure, which ? X The site he ask for "la then;,':. when desired on application A11 per
: Three hundred yard dash Dud Well, racka and Officers' FAITHFUL MEN OR wlthou' extra:: charge. order will be boxed
t1 could be put to much better Quarter and Flaming/ r Send for Price
use. 2nd 400 yards dub to travel for J. list.
Well 2nd; 300 Square.. Aa to the responsible H. MARTIN
Barracks and
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It may be that some of tbe ,aril. dab Marsh 5th SIX) Quar established house la Florida.
t I agl. ; yard dash, term, the Imperial authoritiea bare to be $780 and Salary 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,
{ tatore are hungering for official Leonardy lit, aria dash, Leonard dealt with, since the expenses. Position perman- JACKSONVILLE
dash Colony merely holds ent. ,
lit; 300) yards Wells Reference. Enclose FLORIDA.
4th self-addressed
position* in the 400 yard the buildings In trust Jobber of all
"now of dub for the War Office. kinds or
county Well 3rd :WJO stamped envelope. The National Liquors Wines;
5 5V 5t ; yard dash, Single- In order to form suitable.. .,connections Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Star and wine trade. aDd Beere known to the spirit

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f.v.r and egos, th. '

holesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants. Is needed very badly here.F. msrcurlsldluu.dpatient. how tb.y rvrov I

... L. Whitlock and II. U. Sams left .rU halthcm..r- I.
I Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of -
for ful spirits and Koodpp ,
Banyan, on Monday last. I
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Mrs.-Hill and Mrs. Booth, Indlanola, you Mores"L "lt\I HIM-. -
oreigil and DoD1.c, tic Fru.i did shopping with our interprlslng merchant 1 LATOR.Too .
s. Monday. ICE AND 1\G
Ckeopt Purest and Boat Family
We are pleased to see our old Postmistress MedlclMln this World!
ABLER I FRUITS out again after going; through I For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION, Colic. I
Ing Beans. Oranges, with a severe case of measles. dice.Biliousaltack.,8ICKIIBADACHK,
I Depreuion of Spirits, SOUR S1'OlIACII.H.artburn. ,
iullflowcr. Banana, The steamer Courtenay did not put la etc. This unrivalled remedy I I. Distilled Water
ra-Celery. Grape Fruit, its warranted not to contain M single particle of
here last from
appearance Saturday
cumbers. Lemons MEHCUKY or any mineral tubmance, but U
,

Imatoes.ots, Cabbage, Limes Peaches, some Capt.cause.John Harper and Capt. Lawrence ; PURELY ttione Southern VEGETABLE.containing Root: and Herb. Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.
which an all-wive Providence has placed In
nasli are building themselves a :flue
Pineapples, .
countries where Liver Diseases most prevail.It
Lw Potatoes, Strawberries, I sailing yacht, which l Is near completion. will euro all Dl 1..eoej. coued by D.range. FACTORIES......
Plant I mint ol the Liver and Bowel' .
Ig Grapes, Farmer Symmes says those roosters The SYMPTOMS: of Liver Complaint. are a Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
|paragus. Cocoanuts. were wild l last Friday morning as they bitter or bad tame In the mouth; Pain in the
iRENOES:Third National Bank Atlanta Oa"= Oeo. E.Johnson knocked Back Side or Joint. often mistaken for RhetimatlHin ..
.,. Atlanta, the fowl house door down and -- _... ..
Packing Co., Atlanta, Ga. Gun M. Atlanta ) Sour Stomechi I.OHH of ) -- -- --- --
mour W.
i Taylor S. Duncan A: \;(., ,Ga. went by him as he was trying to catch Boweiaalternatelycusttveandlax; ieadacheLoss ;
them for market. Better fix the door a of Memory with a painful enallnn of
having failed to lo something which ought to SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
little better time
1-I next Mr. Symmes. have been done! Debility Low 3plrlt, a thick
yellow appeal'unce of the Skin and Eyes: a dry .
Melbourne. Cough often miHtaken for Conaumptlon

kOYAOY Sebastian. tho Sometime diaeMHe, at ninny other of very these few symptoms( but the attend I OOODE &: OOODE:.-Real Estate and Loan. R'enerRllytho fiat of the disease, and If not Wax.Varletle* awl Turnip. ;III". "
Agent for .ACtna, London antI Liverpool and Regulated In time .rreat auflferiuB. wretchedness Squash| . Situ nor, lb. Pearl Jlimlt. Ice per lb., fit. pulil 211<,, per lb
Globe, and Imperial Fire Innnranre. Special Miss Stella Tucker returned home to and DEATH will enauo.The 'iiuumbor, ';Ita I ". > Ynnlta Aim jo Tobacco Bowl, Imported
attention paid to the Interests leaa, American Wonder .. |...m( bin. Stock .
of non resi Fort Pierce on Monday.W. following highiyesteemedpersonsatlestto per| ft.00 per OB $IO por I'
.
dents.! the virtue of biinmon: Liver Regulator other early varieties, 3.K >> Tobauoo Fla (grown, I'eluWlo.( oa., B.uo .. "
T. Parsons, of DeLand was Oen. W. S. Holt, P,..... lia. S. W. K. R. Co.: ] Rev. Corn. ncldallvarieties 1.111I" Huniatra Tolmooo, Wo"er os., T.ftrt "
here J. R. Felder, Perry, Ua.; Col.: K. K. Spark Al.batty Sugar, all varieties, a,a> Alauul'g Leaf Totiaocn,life' per <>... 4.00 ...
this .
HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE FLA.- week. Ua.| C. Ma..teraon.nn |., Sheriff Bibb C., Watermelon, 400. per lb.
Beautifully situated on a high( bluff overlooklnic Oa.i lion. Alexander il. Stephen.*
:the Indian River. Flrauclass. aocom- Miss Edith Kitching returned home "W. have tented its virtue' personally, and FIT" Head for | modatlons and rate rennonnble. from Stuart Saturday last. know that for Uyapoptla, Biliousness and L. CAMERON, Seedsman.
F. ROBERTSON\ Proprietor. Throbbing Headache la tho boat medicine
R. G. Hardee made a trip to the world ever auw. We tried forty other remedies 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
NGPm county seat this week.J. before Simmons Liver Regulator,but none Rave
.
than relief but the It. - .
more :
PRIVATE: HOARDING\ HOUSE u temporary ; --- r
House on Fountain :-The Goocle S. LeFlIs, of Jacksonville was In later not only relieved, but cured us.to.TLLaoaAt'll : ,
Heljthtu: Melbourne Is Macon
AND MESSbNOKR Ua.
now open to the public. For tennis addressMRS. town a few days :
ago. M "t' CTUItED ONLY UY A Fertilizer for Fruit
R. W. QOOUK.Messrs. c./
vi W. W. and A. O. Russell have been J. II. ZEILIN *. CO., Philadelphia, Pa.

spending a few days at Palm Beach.

Kinney. MIday are cl\tchlnglots, Melbourne of, Fergusonand fish and G. II. Edwards 'Is planting orange ... ----.- "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer/
POWDER having a gay time. trees on his home place. Rockledge.

:Miss! Gill, of Washington, D. C., Is a Mrs. Alice Hudson\ and Mrs. Dalley, of :JrJ.oo: $g5.00 :Per Ton..

I Absolutely Pure. welcome visitor at her cousin's (fir W. I I New Erclldoune Rochelle Inn, N. Y., were registered at Wesley Bowen, a prominent Philadelphian GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........

.atecl for Its great leavening: strength T. Wells') beautiful and finely-located this week. Is at tho New Kockludgo. Moisture .. . . . . ... .8 to 10 Per Cent.

III lthfulneso. Assures the food against; home on the bluff. The schooner Two Bachelors, with The Aliases ITartwvll! have issued Invl Ammonia. . , . . . .4l, to 0 '.

)>p all brands forms of adulteration common to Mr. Theo. :Mlsmer! his has made many Improvements Messrs.port for Brownrlgg week.. and The Kent schooner, has has beenIn a'' tatloua for an "at home," to be given I tan Phosphoric Acid, . .. . . . . .5 to tJ.. -
on town this date.
L BAKING POWDKlt CO.. New York. season. We would gladly welcome property more lively crew. early Potash (Actual). . . "... , .0 to 8" "

such men to our town. Dr. Foster wife and of Mm. Eugene/ Dimick, after a pleasant :Made! exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bone
son
Washing visit with her parents, returned her Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobaooo !Stems, and Sulphate of 1'otanh.
Mims. Mr. and :Mrs.! E. S. Young and daughter ton, La., arrived Saturday evening. The home at Palm Bench. B3T": Write for directions for using and further particulars. ; also ask for
Dr. will settle here and make this his
of Baltimore are the noted
of among permanent home. lie visited this section C. W. Blitkeslee's two sons and their copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry large stock of all Fertllizer
guests Melbourne this winter. Theyare several families, who have been spending some Matoilnl, Cotton !Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, PoUxli etc. Write for prices before -
i. Beck left on Monday for Jacke. pleasantly located in the Grand View years ago. weeks here, loft on Tuesday for their buying. We seek the growers trade direct.

cottage. The Misses Edith Kitching and Lndye homes New Haven, Conn. WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.
Editor Charles II. Walton of the AtVOCA.TE Skipwith and Stanley Kitching visited ,
In Mime :
mar Brady was Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Weaver of Ind.
Laporte
beautiful Ercildoune one night this The
and Mr. J. O. Walton, passed .Fertilizer House of Florida,
ps- through here, last Saturday their week, and all are loud In their praises (of are making their annual visit to their
Herndon Is expecting his em- way to Hotel Royal Poinciana, on, Palm Mr. Moore's ability to entertain his relatives, Mr. and Mrs. II. II. Wilkinson. Jacksonville Fla.
M. T. Jones in few friends. Mr. Weaver is a large manufacturer of
a days.orange Beach to spend a few days.
Carriages! and other line vehicles.
I trees in our vicinity have The schooner Queen, from the Bahama The Inlet question is again preying on
1 a heavy growth, and are full of Islands, arrived safe at our City wharf the minds of our citizens. We must The "Washington Tea" to be given in Fred'k. S. Morsex
the interest of the library at Cocoa at
have the Inlet that Is and want
last Saturday, much to the delight of sure, we Chatllekl XREAIed
the residence of Mrs. E. A at
the friends of the it in the best place. It would be well to
I Rev. Mr. Best delivered an excel- well after their crew. The'boyselllook survey the whole ground between Gib this place, on tho evening of March 10th,
rmon to an appreciative audience voyage. son's and New Cut before going to work.It promises to bo quite a notable allair.

|iday evening. Mrs. Chas. J. F. Campbell l Is adding a would also be well not to start with The praise service at the New Uock- : ;: ESTATE: : : .,

i Boynton and Miss Jones went to new addition to her store to be used as less than f2,000: capital.In ledge lust Sunday evening was diveral-

i last Saturday, to remain a few dwelling lot, as she recently purchased reply to "Justice" will say that we fled in Its usual order (of song, by an Mr.1MI, 'ooevca.0 oo., FLOEl.IDA.: :::
another through the firm of Goode &
(ith friends. address of 15: minutes from Thou. K.
do not wish to
Goode. She now has plenty of room to got up any newspaper
notoriety especially where ladlesare Cree, /Sec:: International Committee of AGENT FOR LANDS OF _
Stella Mime left last Saturday make valuable improvements.The "young the Y. M. C. A. _
Don for Spruce Bluff, where she concerned. 'Justice, though not I
1 school on Monday.rs. Rochester, of Eau Gallie, with very tall in stature l Is twenty-one, and of The last obstacle has been removed Florida East Coast Railway Company,
Captains A. Bennett and Alex. J, Goode has the to his feelIngs
course right express and the river road to City Point has '
Ballard and Keyser have a finef and a jolly party of guests from Hotel if he so deitiies. We are sorry that i, reached Its long-deferred completion. Florida Coast Lino Cnnul.A Transportation Company

Irish potatoes, and expect to Carleton, started on a trip south last "Justice" did not like our manner, but I When it Is shelled its entire distance, it Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company

arge shipments when- the tubers Tuesday. They are sure to have a fine we have troubles of our own and haven't can compare well in plcturusqueness .- -- -. .. .- .. .. -._- --,--- .
time, as all do who take these trips. time to listen to other people's. "Jlx and beauty, with the noted driveways of I

i of TItusviHe's cyclers visited our Mr. Herbert Conkling, who has spent niMo nilil fit." the world. '
[ Sunday. They found the roadh over a year in our town acting as "devil"on The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

the hammock quite good for the Times, is now at work In the Cocoa -
,
Jug. News office. It Is not often that Fort Pierce.We Eau Gallie.John .

(oyster bake was given by Miss people regret to see the devil leave, but 23. JSTTIILsC:: w, Gt-oxxM.: ACcixiciiKox' : : :

|Jones last Thursday( night, at the in him this case we were all very sorry to see are now enjoying real summer McAllister U In town this week. (LATE CHAPMAN A 8UDLOVV.)

ace of Brit. Mims. All those in go. weather. Miss Maud Taylor came down from South Jacksonville Florida.
once had fun and oysters In abun- The East Coast Chautauqua at Melbourne Cocoa on the St. Augustine, with the ,
Is now a sure thing, and we all Capt. Bob Hardee: is hero, shaking excursion, and is visiting her parents. MANUFACTURER OF -
krty hope it will be a permanent one, and hands with his many constituents.Miss .
consisting of Mesdames Sack- have great hopes of it being so when we Chas. J. Young has donated a lot 7:'z
rahan Stella Tucker returned from a
and
Ballou, and the Misses FERTILIZERS 'For and
I Roberts and Bernice Strahan, with have such men as the following well visit to friends at Sebastian last Monday., 100 feet to the /tit.:: John's Episcopal Pineapples Oranges
tthel known men at its head: Rev. W. Shaw church, for the erection of. a church edi- ,

ent a Waterman few days at and the Robbie beach Stra-, re- chancellor; F. II. Fee, president; Rev. John Miller, of Eden, was a pleasant In fice. and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material

g; Thursday. Messrs. Sackett and E. W. Butter, secretary; Prof. II. S. his visitor sail to boat.town Tuesday, coming up Representative Ilardoo will be !hero I Vegetables, Every ,

were sailors. Winters, treasurer; and the Executive next Wednesday, to meet his constitu- ,
Board, composed of Messrs. R. W.Goode, Rev W. B. twice on ents and hoar any suggestions regarding : I Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust KanUt Etc, Also
,
,
W. T. Wells, J. II. Phillips, Dr. A. E. Methodist
Sunday In the church to large 18Itl latlon. lie goes about It lu a
OU NEED a Good, Reliable and Lyman, Thomas Chaffee, E. P, Branch, congregations.Capt. purely democratic manner. The J.i'aD1o'U.s: : EXarc.'l-TI.D1o: : : I3rancl:
r-read Newspaper, Subscribe for Geo..M. Brown. The Rev. W. Shaw Is Ammonia... . .. ,4 to R per cent J
VOCATE. being assisted by the Florida Eat Coast Brittaln has relieved Capt. Joe A lawn fete and entertainment will bo Available Phos. Aci< ..11 to 8 per cent > P.>r $(! .fIUO Per Ton.
Railway In advertising the session, and Smith at this place, the latter having given at the residence of Mrs. Gilbert Potash K 0..6 to 7 per cent )

many of the best Chautauqua workers returned to Tltusvllle. next Tuesday evening, in aid of the Highest Commercial Value given our brands,) In the lust Bulletin. Write for

Malabar. will be with u.. The first session will The schooner Queen, Capt. dins. Mo- building fund of St. John's church.A I'rlces. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brand. will bo delivered free .( aB
commence on the 20th instant and last Fadden, brought a large cargo of tomatoes shadow play, "Hezoklah's Dilemma," freight charges to any railroad depot on the Hunt Coast at catalogue prices, until'
for ten days. Melbourne Is truly to be Into port last week. and a farce, "Ills Heroine," will bo presented I further notice.DUREN.
Wells, of Grant, was here Sat- congratulated on securing this Chautau- ; also ruG'eshments served by the

qua, and we extend a warm welcometo There will be preaching,: at the Baptist ladies. I __ ._ __ _._ .. .. h____. _. _
krt Carroll Tlll- all .who wish to join us in this church, Sunday, at 11 o'clock, by Jlr.Lalnhart. .
at The election
spent Sunday Everybody cordially Invited. for town officers for the & FEASTER.
good work. I II ensuing year passed off very quietly, ....
I I Rev. W. C. Barnes held Episcopal ser there being but one ticket In tho Held.
i Addle Tuesday.k Sam. of Bay View, was THE ROCKLEDGE STORE has the vices Sunday evening, in the parlor of The new officers are : Mayor, John GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES Florida and

finest display of goods along the East the Fort Pieice hotel, to a Urge congre Houston; aldermen, Wm. Treutler, W. ,
| A. Drake left Saturday for his Coast. Our assortment Is so large and gation. H. II. Uluason, J. II. I). /Smith; assessor Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and] Tinware.

In Atlanta, Ga. varied, that we can supply you( with Notices are up for a W. C. T. U. public and treasurer, Oeo. F. Paddlson; marshal Your patronage Solicited.

[Frank Conkling, of Melbourne, anything you need. We make a speci- meeting at the Methodist church on J. and collnctor, A. A, Ford; clerkI TITUSVILIVK, FLORIDA.Groceries .
e Saturday. alty of supplying yachting parties. Sunday evening next, the llth inst., at A. Gilbert. Messrs
Bryan are the two members of the old .. .
-
PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge. 7:30 o'clock sharp- Let all attend. -
s Marie and Henrietta Starck board who hold l
|unday at Oak Lodge. Wo were not aware that pedagogues The steamer St.over.Augustine came as E1.:: LRA: :c Y' &j : :Ro: (
had the right to bestow unlimited and
and Mrs. C. W.: Bolton visited Banyan. near town as the Uranadii dock last
criticisms ministers of
Is at Grant on Sunday. derogatory the gospel whom they upon know nothing/ Wednesday, and left a disappointed Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit

Ella Comstock was the guest of and about' but such seems to be the case In crowd on the city dock, where she would And Fond Products of alt kinds drain. flay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Ground
C. L. Stewart family were visitingin be land. It Is
yare, of Tillman, a day last week. last. oar little hamlet. naturally supposed to re- Food and W hunt. We are the only house on Indian Itlver dealing exclusively In
Tropic on Sunday ported that Ca IJule was afraid to ..
the above line of We Invite and solicit
dock goods. correspondence patronage.
your your
Williette Forest will give ajtte 1-ind at the city because he thougl!
party to her young friends onBy with D. the R. choicest Snell continues beef and to pork.supply us Roseland. the dock too old and rotten to stand the Very truly, E. L. BRADY DUO., Titusville, Fla.

afternoon. weight the large( number of passengers .. ... .... .._.... ..... .. .. ._-
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F. We had a fine rain on Sunday night, would submit it to. If that's the case,
V"anetia W. Comstock and family, also which was greatly appreciated by the Miss K. Cain has returned from MIcco.E. the dock ls clangorous, and should 1 be THE DECANTER.
Ml ins, spent a day thist .
truckers of this vicinity.R. seen to.YOU .
| the beach. W. Stokes, of Woodley, spent Sunday -
W. Hardee, Sam Chllds and Ms and Monday In Rosoland.
ph Mordie and Richard Conkllng: father sailed down to Banyan in theyacltt CAN FIND the finest line of Fishing Renaker
man, budded orange trees for Mr. and Mrs. O. W. King, of Woodley Lesley < c
nose land, on Sunday last. Tackle Indian
\& Arnold all last week. accompanied by Mrs. King; parents' urid ever brought to ,
Capt. Walter Kitching, with his large sister, are spending; a few days In, their Kiver at the Hockledgo store. Do not
Beach left Monday, for Mel- schooner Merchant, was anchored sailboat on the upper (Sebastian liver, fall to call and examine this line stock. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whistles,
;
p, he will return to his home at in Banyan waters on Tuesdaylast. Intending to go as far up as even their I'AXTOX HATCH: Kockludge.: ----- -- Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat.
each In a few days. ,
rowboat can be pushed Mr. King U
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[Sarah Proudfoot came from largely Interested In. bees, and we would l A First-class Line of Cigars. see Billiard and Pool Tables.
each, Tuesday, and visited up her L. T. Buie, the efficient mall carrier Is not be surprised to (hear their buzz If lie Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mail

: and father here for a day, leav- from always Babla on time.to Brantley He never, via loose Banyan a trip., can find a locality suitable for them.A J. S. JOHNSON CO., orden. Cash must accompany your order. LOS LEY A HK.VAKEU' Titusville, !'1a.

dne day for N. C. Nothing short of a cyclone would stop man from Woodley and a local egg Manufacturer of -
e attendance at Literary Satnr- him. eater tried their capacities In a friendly I

venlng.specially the The debate programme: "Resolved was Among the visitors Booth to Banyan: and on Sun- egg-eating stranger put contest down a few twenty-four days ago. as The a ; ....Fishing Supplies.... THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

the Power." day were Mr. Allen family, starter, and took .a rest while the home
Dectriclty coming
I )Ir. Warner and wife, the Misses Willie man caught up. He remarked that the
W. C. B. M. met at E. B. Arnolds' and Clara Otwell and Miss Marsh, whoIs two dozen he had eaten did not bother Electrical and Machinery: Supplies.

huraday, after the sewing was visiting MUs Otwell, and R. D.Stewart him as much as the flint dozen did. lie
il.I they were all Invited to the and son Charle ate something over four dozen. The HANUrACTVBKKS' ADEPTS' rOK

erry patch, where It Is needless Webb of St. Augustine, local eater was having trouble with bis
Dr. DeWItt Cotton and Linen High Grade Machinery Card Electrical Apparatus Eddy Motor. and
"hey were quite active for a while. Netting; Rope, ,
route to his twenty-third : when he heard this,
passed through Banyan, en egg Corks, Leads, Twines, Kto. Flaking Generators, Warren Altrenator, IIornaby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams &
river and the of to four
astonishing how the orange trees homestead, across the Banana thought keeping lie on 'Tackle of every Description; Hooks, Co. Elevators. KPECIALTirSi clootrle Fan. Bowing maehln..otors. Dental motor, ironClad
frown the past year. The fine where he spent Sunday and Sunday dozen parallzed him. now attributes Lines, Rods, Keels, Sinkers, Baits etc. Blow pod Maltlpolar Motor* for healet factory .0.11. "Imnrored meet railway equip
here have nearly gained their I night. He returned to St. Augustine his defeat to the fact that Woodley eggs _a"inodorD In d..u&a..d_,"etwa. Fully guaranteed and price right.
[size, and are fall of blossoms at on Monday. Ha and his wife expect to were' used, and the Woodley man knew rr TARPON' TACKLE A .FKCfALTY.Baltimore : r. DI4110?. Manacer.BalMruoio. ;JACKSONVILLE, rLA.,0 .

spend the summer la Atlanta. how to manage them of course Md. ,U WM For yU St, E.palr Stop,2O39 Halo Bt.












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6 INDIAN tBIV.ER( .ADVOCATB, .:HARCH 12. 1897. .

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T LINE. COLONNADES HOTEL *.
I : CHILDREN'S QUESTIONS..; MALLORY STEAMSHIP THE COQUINA

A Sufferer Cured"Every :

I I I !' ft.7 Sucr..t the CeaeelM Activity .' *.>MIYnthfnl Florida.. New York (On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.) Open December 3rd.

i,: Mind. season from the time I Philadelphia and Boston. 'SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.

,+ Many of hU questions cannot be connected was two years old, suffered dread. Sailing from Brmnnrlck, On., direct to New York. -* ORMOND.BY-TRE

t with his reading: but appear to fully from erysipelas which kept PASSENGER SERVICE.Via situated is -SEA ,
remit from reasoning or' a recognized growing worse until hands D Fernandina, F. C. at P. Ry. and Cumberland Route I This hotel Is delightfully ;
analogy. "How do plant make themselves my were Lv Bt. Angustlne WJO p miL"| Jacksonville" II.IM f miL"' heated steam has Electric Lights, FLORIDA.
almost Daily except by ;
useless. The bones softened Fernandlna 1.30 p m| Ar Brunswlc 8.30 p m.

1 when bigger we were when they talking grow about? he planting asked 'so that they would bend and several BlVla": verett all rail 11'. C.&; P. Ry, and So. Ry. Li-St., Aignatine9MlaInLvJacksonvllle4.00pmt Sulphur and Sea Baths etc. It Is the SURF BATHING AND DRIVING

to his garden. I heard him saying to of my lingers are now crooked from m. Dally. Passenger; allowed on board tot I Arllmn.wfek7.30p supper Thursdays most pleasant all-the-year-round hotelon 6

himself "Wildless, wIldleM.. lacked this cause. On caj the East Coast.Rates$2.50 Specialties at Ormond.
him what he Wall talking about and he hand 1 carry large SAILINGS .
Lv.Mew York Pier 21 K. B.,S:.80.il.m, (Standard Time.) L.*. BrunswickPROPOSED aud $3.00 day. r J3P* For Circulars, address,
t i. replied> "About bents that are not scars which,but forAVER'S per
F II v b W...COLORADO. .JWy'i Mar. !II
I !
called
"Garden
wild. What are they ? KH.IaJ.Mar. U......RIO < RANI>K!:. Frl'la.?' Mar.12 M'Friday $12.60 to $15.00 per week.C. SEISER &
( d'' or cultivated plant," I answered. Mar, 13..COLORADO Mar'2fj! III PINING, Mana agOR
I 'j "What made say wildlera?" 9 Friday Mar. 19.RIO Ii C. POST Proprietor.Jactsoniille's .
I : you Friday,Mar. ....COLORADO..1"rlday." Apr. :2,I
Sarsaparilla wouldbe
aid "I knew tbat barm-
"Why e. M ON
1gtf, 1 For 'general Information, steamers tralnal.rat'-.. apply to any railroad agent or to DBYTHESEAPark I
wouldn't do provided
lees that sores
I means something A. P. MURPHY, Ajfent, Fernandlna II'/a. CnA8. AVIEII. Agent 2UO W. Hay St.Jacksonville
.I any harm and 110 wildlem means plants was alive and able H. H. RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick O... Fire-Proof Hotel.
I that are not wild." He mentioned the to carry anything. C. H.MALLORY,General Agent.1'lor 20, K. River and Broadway,N.Y. New

1 fall and I asked him what he meant by Eight bottles of

.4 '' faIL He replied t "The winter at first; Ayer's Harsaparllla cured me so CH.4s.s.: :: :a z4 -0fMI:: : : &i 0 0 Hotel Geneva Cottage
the first of it. Do they call it fall be- that 1 have had no return of the

I' eanse everything is falling disease for more than twenty years. --- DEALERS IN ,

I There was some talk about dressing The first bottle seemed to reach the :W.:1n.e: : WinCB: an.c1 :r.LQu.ors: West Palm Beach Fled
him or' putting on hi. dreg,, and reasoning spot and Cor. Fonyth and Cedar BU., >7
a persistent use of it has
from analogy be asked "When '& .' I 417. 419 W. Bay St.,
N
,,1; God puts the skin on people is that perfected the cure. -O. C. DAVIS, "' JACKSONVILLE. '. FLA. ..-Jacksonvllie) Fla. (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinclani]
I skinning them?" I once read of the Wautoma Wis.AYER'S. ,
RICH good, rich healthy Modern Improvements Baths, etc., on -
fq people in the moon being like grasshoppers gIIoncmate
I the mistake or floor. Gas and Electric
I, and told him about it. When I had 5 buying sour poor wine because It" Every Passenger Elevator. Artistically Located on the Lake Front. Te
Lights,
finished the story he said "When we LIf'S' cheap" It I la not. It ha a nasty disagreeable Fur-
I I; pJD -c effect upon the system while a and Elegantly
look up in the sky we see the moon -- rood wine I. really not expensive, and nished. .'. V overlooking beautiful Lake Worttj
.,''Ht rolling on above us, and when the people Jives you that pulled-together self-

in the moon look up in the sky they : '' satisfied IrJII'- We make feeling a Specialty of North Carolina Rites per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. Rates: 2.00 to $3.00 per day.

see the earth rolling along above them. .... Mountain Dew Com Whiskey three
years old, tl: ./00 per gallon. Weekly Rate on Application. Special rates by the flu
nbout that?
I ; What lj the strange puzzle '"" Partle living In Dry Towns will do
that his of mica AYIB'S order from we can save Special Bate for the Summer.
fl I told him ipeoimeii PILLS Promote Oood Digaitlon well to us as M.
J.
: was silicate of potash and he asked: -I them M per cent.on all orders. ED. L. OWENS, Prop. YARBOROUGU,
,. send with orders.
t -r---- CF: Always money
"Why is mioa silicate of potash-beoanse -
,:7 "" We-will not open new account unless Proprietnl
ashes in suitable! Jacksonville reference Is given.;
?
they put a pot .
I THE GLOBE HOTEL. /; / ,( No Goods sent C. 0.1) to Dry Towns.
These qnagtions have boon recorded I jgf- GIVE THE "ADVOCATE"
J, lot x4\ for Imllanopolls Brewing Co.,
r II to represent au innumerable nnmber unrecorded Remloleeenee of a Famous Hostelry off -l'rt Brewers and Bottlers, Indianapolis, Ind. A.DVT It is a Good Advertising Medium Remember the ADVOCATE, fti
and to show the wide range of the Philadelphia
I \ thought and the variety of reasonings The Philadelphia Times pubUabM a their business. us a share of your work.]

that a child under 6 years of age may long article reviewing the history of the
1 ; have. They show his natural method of famous Globe hotel, just outside the
I acquiring knowledge, but they can only grounds, which will be remembered by RARE CHANCE' !

+; suggoit the ceaseless activity of his viiitors to the Centennial exhibition in The Lakeside Inn *r *!

d 'p", mind daring all his waking boars.- 1876. It wan built by A company composed

floury I.. Clap in Popular Science of some of the wealthiest and most *
Hotel and Furniture Sarno Fla.The
,! Monthly. prominent citizens of Philadelphia including Cottages .

I, MISLEADING TELCGRAMS.:: General Harry H. Bingham JPnlm. 3Benoli,. ITlox-ida.
who was president; Hamilton Disston,
P. A. B. Widener W. L. Elkina Sam.
Effort at Brevity Oftrn H.- nn In IUd I..-
ulou MlauudvrMtMmliuffft. uel Joseph. Charles H. GFOHS and oth Five minutes walk north of Royal Poinciana hotel; five minutes from

I' A very ludicrous incident orrnrrcj at ers. Most of them Rpntleuiensnbaoribod beach. An ideal location; first-elaes accommodations at moderate prices. I

+ Vicuna some time ago whcu Max Hal- from $20,000to$30,000eaoh. The idea -, s 11r $2, $2.50 and $3 per day. Under the management of John O. Holland, propel
thone cnpltttlists had of the remunerative
Tie, the BuocPKHful playwright w ho had I Blue )It. Lake House, Adirond.icks, and Gananoque.Inn, Thousand Islands,
character of the
f t ; come to clone a contract wish tilt managers i enterprise they had engaged )
I ,' in may be judg d from the fact k rf
t i of a Vinnuu pliijhotmo for the performance ,
that one of them of the .
at moetingH directors
of his drunmfl
t of one found
p that his shoos bud linen stolen during could show moat conclusively ou Hotel Granada.
paper that the not profits could not possibly
the night Just preceding his return
I
home.In be lees' than $3,000,000.: The hotel ...

Vienna hotels it is the custom. to COlt $360,000, and was a mont imposing
structure, will O :Is SitWLtod <>:n. tlxo
as many recollect. A big .
} place one's shoes in front of the bed [
room door before retiring. The hotel mineral fountain was erected at one end, Indian River, at Ban Gallic Flni'Ida. It Is one of the best place on the 1

.. t porter calls for them, cleans them and and the company received $30,000 or Coast for Deer hunting, Duck and Quail shoo'ing, both salt and fresh water I
I replaces them. On that particular day $25,000 for the lellle of it. A manager Ing. And all kinds of boating! surf-bathing.. Is supplied with sulphur bd

"'i i some sneak thief hud entered the hotel of the hotel was engaged at $1,000 a I Has a launch making short trips to different( points of Interest free of charge: 'j

and walked away with half a dozeupall'll month for a year. use of guests. Rates: $2.00 to #:2.r>0 per day; Special rates by the week

of shoes, them Halbe's, The hotel had accommodations for I ?
among GLEASON BROS., Managcnl
'I But dI
5,000 guests." somehow people
tl.
In Munich, Hsibo'awife was anxious
would not patronize it. Samuel:: Joxcphs, I Il I J it
ly awaiting his return and, to quiet her ,
l later the of
fears, since ho could not arrive on time originator "Orover. Grover
I four years mom of Grover,, and hill
Halbe sent her the following dispatch II t
I
t "Could not l leuvo hotel ; stole shoes.Hax. .. partner paid 50,000 for the bar privi

I I Au hour nude half later telegrams lege. Afterward the company remitted above cut represents roughly IIOTUL Du Nil,, at Sarno, Brevard
I began' pouring into Vienna to $ B>000, but even then the two lost County Florida, which l Is only J of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallle, Fla.,

I f Ilalbo's friends, to the manager of the 100,000 on their venture. It wa not a and about :200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Flonda East Coast R'y. Has

theater where he had just concluded liquor drinking crowd that went to the depot, postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on -<
to have bill Centennial. Connected with the Globe ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallie River, with view of Indian River on y
arrangement ) play produced hotel a couple of the east less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2} miles Ispractically
was
squares away a away. f r
I and to the chief of police, with +
j vast collection of sheds, beneath which new-buildings/ completed in 180)3.) The hotel and every cottage Is
the request to help Mr. Ilnlbo at onoo teams could be sheltered and where furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two ar
and to get him a good lawyer. tesian wells pipes and sewers 20 cisterns all
they could be watered and ; connected give ample supply of the
.' The wife of Mr. Halbo had misunderstood fed. They best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former
;: her husband's telegram and believed calculated that the manure alone would owner, John Green, who died and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A.
," ''I. that he could not leave Vienna pay all the expenses of the enterprise. DeGrauw, of Jamaica, Queen's County, New York, whose address until April bt
i I, I, I for having stolen shoes. Although she During the six months of the exposition is Oak Hill, Fla. There is a large pavilion 100 feet square, cement floor, cement l

'r' !\'Il : could not possibly understand why he how many teams do you suppose were walks, water works and garden. Best of hunting and ilshlng, fresh and salt water; r
driven beneath the sheds sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian
? Rivers
should: ( steal shoos, the woman believed Exactly one. ; oysters, sea bathing beauti- ty h
I I poor During July August and September the ful scenery; and the whole is ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every
he had had of
that fit
u kleptomania
convenience with kitchen and gNCF
hotel cleared an aggregate over dining room complete. Titles perfect. The origl- )
expenses
A> I and had been capght: in the act. nal cost to John Green was $48,01)0, ) now for sale at
of $103,000 but theupHbot of the whole ;; $18,000; half cash and half en
I I After another ezchaugooftelegvamethe time. Any good hotel man can make money hero. Address
business was that when the exhibition
I misunderstanding was explained away. D. L. GAULDEN
Tltusvllle Fla. 4
closed the oonoern was sold out at pub- & _
-St. Louis (lobe-Democrat. .
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; Ito auction and the mammoth hotel

i W. Mn' 811. that had cost $300,000 before piece of
I, in this world is furniture was placed in it was knocked
I find the great thing
down under the hammer for $a,1500. Can detect the chaff
not so much where we stand as in what you
II The stockholders in the
enterprise reooei..ed
direction we are moving. To reach the
port of heaven we must sail sometime 67 cents for every dollar they had from the wheat ? I
invested-a loss of 83 percent The a
l with the wind and sometime against
1 it, but we must Mail and not drift norlie Globe hotel enterprise was one of the r'r-'

i 4 at anchor.-Oliver Wendell Holmes. brightest that ever bubbles marked and a most world's costly fair.failures F \ SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES

Alexander the Great was designated
Finest Cul.lne and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New Yo"*
by hi. subjects the Conqueror a title
The Fleet'Ie
composed of the
bestowed by his people on Alfonso of FAITHFUL MEN OU following Handsome New Steel Steamers I '
WANTED
"Comanche" (new) "
) Portugal and Anraugenb, the emperorof to travel for responsible | "Algonquin, "iroqnois," "Cherokee uSe'
,
India. The some title has been given established house In Florida. Salary North-Bound.

I I ji also to James I of Aragon; Osman I, $780 and expenses. Position perman From JACKSONVILLE Steamers to sail according to the tide.
I nltan of Turkey; William the Conqueror ent. Reference.envelope.Enclose The nelfaddroasedstamped From CHARLESTON; to.. 'LA.C., .(calling. at Charleston' ), Sundays. Tuesdays and and Tin rr*
National Star For hour of ; Mondays Wednesdays i
t } of England. Insurance Bldg., Chicago.STAND KEATING sailing see"CIY"e Line") Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally

I
Steamers areappainted: to call fro m her:29-EastBound River"New .. WForJACK80NVlLLKFiL '""
-- ------ --------- ----- (See that Curv ?) For CHARLESTON B.C. York,at 3 p. m.,

: The chaff of wheels are made to t sell-not to ride : ; ..,(callIng.tClirleton; )', '. Monday.Monday..Wednesday'Wednesdays and and rr

i 1 with economy as a partner. The KEATING: Is the wheat Boston and
of wheels. Contains the JacKspnvllle-DlRECT LINE, (Freight only.)
;A r10 good-the substance of all Im (
Charle
,, vd. provements. The Double Roller Chain and Improved STEaME1LSa1"GY0.! W. CLYDE"ton, S. C.AND both"DELAWARE) "
Divided Crank Shaft alone, place the Keating "305
days
= From foot of JackfJuv f.01"811 to sail M follower
Hogan
YOU Sltit ahead of them all. Our beautiful Catalogue tells of THURSDAYS.Street Lewis' \\lIar!.
friction reduced. Send for one. FRIDA.Y!

t clcal ,/ KEATING WHEEL CO., Mlddletown Ct.F. .
I y

)l a) TYYLf YT W. BEERS Agent, Bt. Augustine Fla. Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .

l* ( BABY LINE)

H ) 3 I'LL.I ---- The Elegaat' Iron Bldewbeet Steamer
-- CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

I II BICYCLES.Best line in the State. CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
I Lea,,_ Jacksonville Ie appointed to Mil a* follows
Ii Sanford. Ente..irt.e for'
; Sunday.
and lotermedlate J'rldaYs
Tue.4aT.and
, i I Lea.,.,. Sanford 11.00.. m.. Honday.. landings 00 the .JobD Rh.r.
I Wednesday.and .
Saturday for Jacksonville.fSUUTH '
I ; TOO will Bn4 one coupon BOUND.
; I inside each two ounce Dag LUTHY, 15000. Read down. SCHEDULE.BeresJord NUR

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flt Durham. Buy ba U ................ .Astor. .. ....... ..
I a of Uil* $100, 1S3.00. sac.: m. .. ........ ... ...... ..St.. ..:......................... ,HH itiBowUB. 11
I 1! celebratdtobaeooandread ton .. m. :.""" .. .................... H
i BUT 1I1 E the coupon-which CI'TM a WESTFIELD $73.00: feO.OX( Arrive.. Mao a. m. .... ..."....."..:::::::::Blu.. Springs................... "u t"
. IU of valuable .. ........1.28.. ..a...m. ....:......... ........ .....Enterpor ............................ "
preMDU sad .............So. 1'Ia.Railroad J I. .......................... N .SI
i GE DINE bow to vet them. Cen'l Wlt .............. ..
t PaSsenger and Ticket Office:204 W. Bay St.:Jacksa6

,, B. F. MANIER
' Jr. J.A.LtaLI.Sept.
Jao.L.
AcxucsDUMLY J1aD.I'Ia.I'r" Act. F. M.IwaltoaosaJa"ri.M

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P. a if.CLVOS,1.
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH i*. MOT.fONA 1 '


HOUSE, (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE) ate. I Tam a a.oaES.rJDd.: \I


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

f-bta house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished now GRAND VIEW HOTEL.s ,
than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourUta and I
.
vellng publlo generalU. I extend a hearty Invitation. to all my old friends And Other
East Coast Hotels Reached
fe East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. / Titwsvillo; FloJ.-idn. by .

The above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table Is sup The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami.
plied with all the market a/fords-such as game, fish, oysters, eto. The Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau, UIhlml1811ntls. ''
New hotel, new furniture, modern Im A carriage meets all trains! for the convenience of guests. A lint-class laun- The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.
IE} PALMS provements. Fronting on beautiful Lake dry attached to the hotel. (Railroad Schedule on Page 2.) I
Worth.' Now open for the winter of '86i J. G. BAST, Proprietor. ST. AUGUSTINE, I
and 07. $ .OO to $3.00
per day. Special _. .. _
htes by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. -- n --- Hotel Alcazar, r. ,

-J. A. IIAPPERSETTE.. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. ",

.,
LEAN 'BEACH: HOUSE... I INRIVER: : aO'rEJL: (, Hotel Ponce de Leon. ':),

GILLIS A MURRAY, Managers.

ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. TITUSVILLE, Hotel Cordova
opposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard ,
; Surf bathing. Rates Indian River.
to location of Rooms only.
Ing rooms. House open all the year.

Address MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla.SA.N Fla. Casino
r ,
t pW i J. A. IIAPPERSETTEMANAGER. A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent.
E JUAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A '" Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths. : i
f modern, homelike hotel, with every convenience Bicycle Riding; Academy, Tennis Courts, HowlIng !' '
; northern white help.. Write ; Alleys, Dunce and Entertainment Hall and 1
Orlando, JFJa. for book. Open the year round.BUCKINGHAM "' Open All The Year. Theater. 5 ,

ORMOND.
Hotel Ormond, ,
Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leon. Only a few minutes' "
New Family Hotel. Extensive grounds. walk from Railway stations ANDERSON A PRICE Managers : ., ;
Large rooms. Rates reasonable. and Steamboat land '< '',.
iPl'ile ings. PALM BEACH, \
St. Augustine, Fla. GEO. C. HOWE. 1
ml !
On the banks Palm
of the Beach Inn
,
,
far
.e -fnmetl Indian River. lly-the-Sea. ,

Best Location In the I
City Directly
EL GRANADA
facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. Hotel Royal Poinciana,
Rates $2.50 and upwards per day. ROTE: : ... BEZrzEVVE:: :: FRED STERRY, Manager.

St. Au uRtine. Fla. H. W. WACHENIIUSEN, Prop. :Melbourne, Florida.
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River/ ) Palm Beach Casino, .

Nice family home; Pleasant location ERNEST ALLEN, Superintendent, .'1
t Pierce Hotel House and furnishings new; Modern; Hot and Cold Salt Water Uaths, Swimming Pool, '.
conveniences No better fishing and C :Surf Bathing! Bicycle Hiding Academy, Gun Club
hunting in the MIAMI
State.J. ,
3N INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet. & F. M. TYLER, Hotel
Fort Pierce, Fla. Proprietors. -' Royal Palm
Formerly of New Haven, Coun.is ,--(, II. W. MERRILL, Manager. .
I.I

J' Hotel Biscayne,

(;111. .' f:J.OO per day and u!>wardll. ,
.;.< fY'f C. A. ANDERSON, Manager.

t nnnnWpp11110/1 ...................... ..... ......... ... ....... ................ .r :;{"
Casino EIWARD A. WATSON,
{( I' stk !Ifjj; -I 8UIlll'lntendont. .
Under New
,.
Management,.. '.:,i'n...<. .r' ,. Hot and Cold Salt Water (Bath. Swimming Pool,

...... .................. ......... .................. ............ .,:: .11....".if.:t. 1-'.;,.:......r....,m't.""ij';. *""'....A.o,,::;-/:.'=_.:.:..r,... .,. 1..1__; Suit Bathing, Bicycle HIdingcallemy,Gun Club
-" ,r;;;":=! .--_ <-_ KEY WEST. "
One minute from Railway Depot t near pontofltce,churches and"('11001. Flrot-oloM laundry In Hotel Key West
connection with hotel. Kates t ':/.IO! to*J 00 per day i ipeclal. rate by the week or month. ,
W. R. CAMPMKI.L, Vnmrtotor. $1.00( per day and upwards.. Opened February 4.
Mrs. B. M. CAMPBELL ManagereM.
Hotel Indian River LEON II. CILLEY, Manager ..'

.1
.Hotel NASSAU-Reached by Steamships from Miami. '+
.. Algonquin...

kledge), Fla. Opened January 15, 1897ATES FORMERLY LYNN'S, HOTEL. Send to general ofllcon, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.


$3.00 AND UPWARDS PER DAY. GONOU\ C. B. KNOTT,

J p General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel! System.
:,
WEBB & ALDEN, Proprietors.
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he Plaza Hotel.. V HOTELS'



oekledge- Florida. ;

Now Open.
..C>N" :INnxAN:: : RIi: xt.. ,

a "
rge airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. .
Sailing, rowing,. fishing, hunting, riding and driving.

S. H. PECK:, Proprietor.
Plant System Resorts. :

fcso Managing Partner of The Arlington; Petoskey, Mich., a,summer hotel, .
\capacity for 300 guests.
New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout Electric Bells In every room. "
'-- ------- Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with line
'rOP 3N....r Ocean View. All white help. Rates $4.00 per day and upward Special Weekly '
Kates. Sample Room. M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor
Hotel. HT. AtotwTJNK, FLA. Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa, Fla.

ew Rockledge "
CaMino Swimming; Pool.
Lori ard. TTllleu- .-- Theatrical! Audltorl u m.
:
::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: ) Bowling/ Alloys Attached. Itatelli
1
$3 00 per lily and upwards.

ckledge., F orid.a.: _;; -. -. ". ...........\.. :t y St. George Street, I'. HATHAWAY, Manager. .,

H. E. BEMIS, M'gr., Mohonk Lake N. Y. i a ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Hotel IJellcview, Bollcair, Fla. .

Is located In the center of the
ozy winter residence, homelike.comforts, excellent table, northern help.
w
I grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- city, midway between the post Rates, tl.ro: per day and upwardsW. .
Prices moderate. office and City Gates. Its surroundings A. BARRON, Resident Manager. '
Send for Illustrated circulars. IT. P. SIIARES, .1 |are exceedingly picturesque I

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. 4.r the grounds being unsurpassed -
., .F : by anyfprlvate/ hotel In The Sctninolc, Winter Park] FIn.
4
the city. ,
I + Rates, $1.50/ per day and upward.
New Hotel Elliot, s r r Terms:-$2.00 per day. A. 1':. DICK, Resident Manager. ,.;

Special Rates by the week + "
ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.Y #
The Inn Tort Tampa Fla. {
and Bridge Sts., s JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1 i Electric Bells, Hot and Cold ,
West hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms 50, 75a $1, $1.50 bathe Rates, $:i.OO per day and upward. j
per day; with board. $2, 2.50, $3 and $3.50 per day. Special rates by J. H. MURUICK, Resident Manager.\
month and for large parties. Overlooking St. Johns River. Newly andY Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son. .J
furnished; all modern improvements; two blocks of union depot, Clyde "
tart and postoffice. Hotel Kissimmcc Kissimmce Fla. .
J., E. T. DOWDEN, Proprietor and Manager. : ,

The Holly Inn :--
STANTON HOUSE. Resident Manager. .''


.. Florld.a.: The Ocala House, Ocala, Fla.

I D. J. JONES Proprietor.
'
Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which Is unsurpassed Rates, $1.00 per day and upwards.P. .
F. BROWN Resident Manager..
Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms to for' Boating and Fishing. .

11 Families. Good Bicycle Road Excellent Table. Carriages meet all train. Hotel Punta Ccmlu, Punta Gorda, Fla.

1 lute*: -From $2.50 per day.
Rates. $'.lIO day and upwards.
Two Minutes Walk from Central > Special by week or month. per
K. II. ABBOTT, Manager. .
Depot, C>. :I30WIi78: Propr. ,

CHATTANOOGA, TENN.OTEZ .
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':Fischer's Cottage. The Hotel FlaeideJACK8OXVIIXE. OpenedC"tlaonary,1894:- .

: :: :OO 'Or2t:: Y,
:. FLORIDA.In .
Palm:: tx'OO't, Titusville, FJ.a. '
MIAMI, FLORIDA.y -- Centrally located between both depots.. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinkIng the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east/ and weston
water. block from Bay. Everything entirely new.. Elegantly furnished,throughout. .4
new hotel with all modern Improvement Located OD park ODe and Bus roeoU all train. Terms $J.fiO day and
Rate.'T Bate; $2.00 per day; special rates by the week ormooth. Superior Cuisine Service. per
Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay CIIR. r. FISCHER, Proprietor. upwards Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.
and upward. Special rates by week or month. .









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.. APTOCATK. MARCH, Us. 1897.
.uDI BIVKR
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store The law provide. that the Leg and ev l'1bodymed to have enjoyed KatatbllatMxl IWfl. THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM C CPaid co
islature chosen next preceding the expiration the trip Immensely.. All landed at the
of the term for which a Senator Granada wharf Eau Gallie about three L. BARBOT & CO. ,
was elected shall;1)0 the second Tuesday o'clock, and after remaining at that ,
: after the organisation{ thereof, proceed place for 10 minutes, the ateamer beaded Up. Capital $26,000.00.
to elect a Senator. The Florida Legislature homewards, arriving in Tltusvillo about General Commission.
,- '* < JACftsoMMI FLAbsj ballot until the 20th. If no extra sessionof At Banyan the steamer took on a large <'2 ,
.
Congress shall be called, a Senator number of crates of vegetables, ,which <''2 y '
will probably not be appointed.A was the first shipment made 'over the F7 p o is d W.
later report Informs the ADVOCATE new line. o.Poo.1 u.s have for sale a I large list of carefuih
,:: :;;; We
For Sale, that on Saturday, Governor Uloxliam Capt. A. W. Bute and Purser Clias. R. ... ..Poo )
appointed lion. John A. Henderson of Gaillard were quite popular on board, Poo oa-=t selected Indian River Properties.Agents ,
-
to fill the In the and they certainly did everything they
Tallahassee vacancy Florida
the
W u Common and fancy pineapple plants. United States Senate from the expiration possibly could to add to the comfort 329 & 331 Poydras St., for Sale of Lands of : Coast Li
$$1, r Forty acres to select from. Lemon and of Senator Call's term, to the election of and pleasure of those present. ORLEANS, LA. Canal and Transportation Co.
other citrus tree*. the numbers of NEW
I I. his successor by the Legislature which The following are
Y' 4ti ; JAMES UOI.MEH, convenes in April. Colonel Henderson those who came aboard:. Titusvllle, 82; 1. ( Canal Dan k. C.AN'"AI... L.A.n.TOS.. ::
Jensen Fla. Is now In Savannah on legal business, Sharpen, 9; Indianola, 11; Merritt, 8; REFERENCE] Commercial Metropolitan Agencies.Bank.
r but has wired his acceptance of the ap Cocoa, 23; Rockledge, 70." Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa A Key West Railway Comps
I Land For Sale. pointment. Colonel 'Henderson Is a Lands. Dlsstan Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
I -' Democrat who has long been recognizedas -Mr. H. Watton and Mr. Geo. Crook, and other Low Priced Lands.
one of the most trusted leaders of the of Clifton, were In town yesterday.Mrs. New York Dental Parlors
V Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of party. Ha Is about BO years of, age, In Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
land on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers.; full possession of all the powers of ripe S. H. Peck came up to town,
I ,Florida.
1 XV. 8. TUOMAS, Miami, Fla. Intellect and strong body. yesterday from Rockledge, "to have herbaby's Titueville.
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photograph taken.

Miss Mildred Woodward returned
For Charter._. Naphtha Launch for Sale. to-town yesterday, after an extended
visit to relatives in Kentucky.The PAXTON & HATCH
{, The fine sloop Yankee Doodle can be In good condition; length, 81 feet; Club will
chartered by the day; week or month; Octagon Reading'
In cabin 6ft.
Gin. headroom ,
width Oft. ; Located.
between Ormond and Miami. ; meet at the residence of Mrs. T. T. Permanently
e anywhere draught, 30in.; 10 horse-power; speed, DEALERS IN -
Wetmore next Wednesday afternoon. of Florida.
Good accommodations for ladies. For 9 miles an hour; built by the Gas Power Nearly opposite State Bank!:
further particulars, write to A: Engine Co., New York. Cost, three At No. 11 East Bay Street.

CAPT. GKO.Titusvllle Cook, Fla. years ago, $2,225; will sell for 1,2)0) or ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED Goods Notions Gents
sail Dry
would take In part payment a good
Plaza Hotel
Price will be a* Follow.: ,
boat. ......... ...............A t.OO&: ,
j Birds and Animals Mounted. GEO. ZAPP, Ooldrlulnne.: *.... ...,\ ............ JIO to 1410Plaee.
West Palm Beach, Fla. ...;.............. 8.00 to to.OO. Goods Shoes Hats C Ca
Furnishing
ruHBets'veryWt .:.... 1J.OO to
1 .. :. It. C. Scrlmgeour, taxidermist. Birds ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ) ,

I M r. '. and Address animal,mounted Washington" in the avenue best,style. A Seminole Indian's Letter. r rYour Irregularities: patronage corrected.solicited. Hardware Crockery Corn Oats and Hay, High Grade G Cit

i ?' (Corner of Main It.,) :Host centrally located. Fronting' the F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. ,
Titusvllle, Fla. The following Is an exact copy of letter Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic Phone 671. Jacksonville, Fla. Tackle Ammunition and General Merchandise
from an Indian to W. J. Tucker: and cones I Fishing ,
Y ., ---- ----- -- Ocean. Splendid view from its long ,

J 'ftw 1897 Model. Globe Gasoline Engine. Feb W. J. TuckerFt 27 1807 broad Rates verandas.: $2.00 Special per day rates and upward.by the week. PINE FOREST INN, :El.OOJE.LmDa-m: : F= .&..

}$$3 l Pierce Fla table board at reasonable
First-clans
Summerville, S. C.
I i''t told me here West Jupiter I hunt for

!, J deer want Turkey see you I sell march Palm 6 Beach s.u. come 15 o IbsI Ft rates. MBS. A.: S., PE L. NOW OPEN FOB GUESTS.A P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.
,
Pierce I see you. Will me no ROLAK I first-class Winter Resort In every
t Iti stoppd no bunt Bear Deer And the Everglades Elevators and Wholesale and Retail
) OIb respect. Electric Lights,
(, I hunt ottor I killed 13 no other, HOTEL MELBOURNE all other modern Improvements for com
kill 12 and come West Jupiter
M1 alligator fort, convenience and pleasure. A fine
hunt One month kill Deer 12 Deer '
me Track bas been added to the
0 0 Billy Bowlegs. Bicycle Wagon
other attractions. The climate of Carriage
many
.t West Jupiter Fla MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. .Summerville Is unsurpassed. Situatedon
a the South Carolina:; Georgia R'y., Materi

tJ A Jolly-Party. Open all the year round. Good Fishing twenty-two for circulars miles or any from information Charleston wanted, S. C. and

address W. M. HAIGHT, Manager,
Hunting and Yachting. Rates,
Manager J. G. But, of the Grand View Summerville, S. C., or
J 7 rrl S ,1I hotel with ,the at; this place of, was made happy $2.60 and upwards. F. W. WAGENER & CO., Proprietors, Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,

privilege entertaining among Charleston, S. C. Main and Church.Sts., '- JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
his guests this week a number of old- Proprietress, MBS. C. J. HKCTOB
I I II time northern friends. The party consisted --
I I ( ,,__.l of Mr. and Mrs. 8. D. Ehrhart,
I 1 Htatlonarv and Marina IKto 12hu P. The Mrs. C. Line, of Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr.
,ri Rarest,moot tollable, Koonomloal an d'Dureble and Mrs. J. II. Zerbey Jay Zerbey,Francis Seminole Hotel &t The New c" ..
; r f .Power for Lannahm. Auxiliary. Power fur Zerbey, Miss Sadie Zlebach, Cbas. P. ftI ;
I raohta and biMlnvaa busts,and where stationary
Potts, Miss Sadie Potts, of Pennsylvania.
.
r, power M I
L '''f required.BENJ.. W. JBROMK, Mr. Ehrhart Is a popular sketch artist
Sola Representative' for Manufacturer In the on the staff of Puck. Mr. Zerbey is the OPEN ALL THE YEAR. Selden.GypressDoor Compan
I, Mate uf Florida. ROCRLBDOB, FLA. editor and proprietor of one of the leadIng -
I a ., VCataloguef and prices on application. Pa. coming papers-the Pottsvllle WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
t Republican. Mr. Potts la largely
t''II)'N: .-- -- In the dairy business. engaged This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to P.A.LA.Ta::: =r_A_, :F-LA..,
The whole party the ADVOCATE the Free 'buss to and from trains. Boata attached to the hotel
gave railway depot.
t andupwardl Opened October Jet, 1890, turned the steam on to
1111'1' : FOR SALE. office a pleasant call, and expressed with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day
I 1 themselves highly pleased with the neatness ; special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOYCE, One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash B'
Ii.I ;, ,,; of the "pink" paper's quarters. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. Manager. ,
last the under the

I :f:: h. IF You Are Looting for a Bargain onage Fathers Monday of Eugene Mr. Bast party and, ,O'Boyle accompanied, took obaper-by a and General Wood Working Plants in the United t States

I I J' ,The Clear View Pineapple PlantationI merry cruise on Indian River on the CHAS. T. McBRIDE... --- And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of el
I k1j 1 sloop Yankee Doodle. All the above. In Cypress) the patrons of our company may'oontldently expect the b
years
1! t for sale, for loss than one-half Its actual -
? named with the
of
I I party exception Mr. IN'--: material and workmanship, at our hands. Our production will oo
DEALER
value, as a whole or In lots to suit and Mrs. Ehrhart, have gone on an extended Boors
Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hothouse Materials, Tanks, Glass,
: j, purchasers Terms exceptionally reas cruise down Indian River In the

I I'ih'i i I\\i enable. Come and see property If possible Yankee Doodle, commanded by Cap
and
Geo. Cook.INDIAN
'J ,a If not HARRY, address W. RICHARDS, fresh pats, groceries provisions Awarded Gold Medal t.and Diploma of Atlanta Honor,Gan at Cotton 188ft. States and International Exposition[ ,

: RIVER STEAMBOAT

IP Eden, Florida. SERVICE.' =aow0181t Oash Pr1oe.; .
I
iI i- p" Mail Orders promptly attended to. THE G.H.HAMMOND>> COMPANY]

IRS. CAROLIME WASHBDRH ROCI WOOD The commodious and favorite steamer -
I St. Augustine will hereafter perform the M M".LSOVRN' FLOxtx.&.. .
p + N OV MBW YORK. following service between Titusvllle

Solo Soprano & Choir Director Cocoa at,Intermediate Rockledge and landings Eau by Gallie signal, calling : ., Near Steamboat Wharf.ITor PORK AND BEEF 'PRODUCTS.


If ; of the lemortal Church St. Augustine SOUTHBOUND. Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb.:, Chicago,I
; ,
Leave Titusvllle,. .,. ... 7.00a.m.
' '. ; Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Flfc
') Receives vocal pupils for February and Cocoa,. .... IIKX Wagons
March Rockledge,. 11:15: u
..- -- -- Arrive at Eau Gallie. 1:43NORTHBOUND. : u Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Mies.

I $ Of All Kinds .
'
1 1'' Notice.SEBASTIAN Leave Eau Gallie, 3::00 p. m.. Write: utor: : i r1aess.
!I Rockledge . 4:30: Buggies, Carts and Harness, also General &
'i FLA., Feb. 23: '07. Cocoa,.. 4:45: .
r Arrive at Titusvllle ., 000: \ "
I To My Constituents : DZOYOLm ..A.EB.ZJ.VaGo : -,
r Will make the following Intermediate -

I v.. Agreeably to previous declarations, I Landings on Signal: IlardeeviUe Courte- or send your orders to ROBT. E..MIKS, Jr., HOME SEEKERS ... .... ......... ..
I will meet my constituents, to confer nay Bulkhead Sharpes, City Point, In- '
1 about needed legislation, as follows : dlanola' Merritt Coquina Oeorglana, Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusvllle,' Fla.
I :< Fort Pierce, Saturday, March 6. Lotus, rsntlep Banyan and Tropic.
Fort Drum, Monday, 8. Rates: 1st Ghee, from Titusvllle to Who th
., 4''' Sebastian, (night) 16. Cocoa 75cU.: ; Rockledge, 80cU.; Eau are Seeking a Home in
j; r Kan Gallie, Tuesday, 16. Gallie, .I. O. Deck rates One-half the To Florida Tourists. '
1 1, i Cocoa Wednesday nia(:) pm) II 17. above rates. Corresponding rates from
i !+ ,* Titusvllle, Thursday ( ) 18. Intermediate Landing. Excursion rates South should send to the undersign
LaGrange Friday u ** 10. for parties.
I All shades/ of politics Invited to sub- We respectfully request a share of DON'T Return to New York by the same route which
; nit their views, as I wish to represent. your patronage. brought you Into }Florida when you can for a copy of the
,fix Itospectfully, A. W. BUM, Captain. "
I R. A, HAIIDKK. Return via. Key WestOn

The Indian River and the Elegant Steamers of the "Mallory Line," or you may take a sea-trip Into
Day IJlscayne Texas from, the same point and then home by rail. Just think It over and then Florida East Coast Homeseeke
Launches Classed as Steamboats.Under Navigation Co. write to CHAS. DAVIES, Agent,
220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, for particulars.
a recent order of the Treasury
I ,' Department at Washington, launches of It will not be very
,It1 fifteen tons and over are classed as named company will be incorporated by:
,t y steamboats, and as such will have to Mr. R. B. Cable (of Jacksonville) and 1807 Model Wheels The We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing and
r have a licensed and several Boston capitalists. Three' In Stock : St. Augustine Cycle Go. .
i f l engineer pilot, and Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United States.
steamers have
: be already been .
j lubJed to the same regulations as purchased Victor, $100. .
steamboats. Small launches ou the East the St. Augustine, bt Sebastian and Apply to
f Uoaat will not be affected by the above Della. The St. Augustine Is now run Sterling $100. Has the best line of wheels
order. ning between Titusvllle and Eau Gnllie. Rambler $ JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM Land Commissioner,
; .
I The It II la their and sundries in the
1 company says purpose to :: state. All .
make the service on the river permanent, Crescent $75.
I Married -at LaGrange. patronage.and they hope to get a share of public Patw $$8030' Kinds of bicycle repair workS FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,

I i 4't Mr. James A. Hill of Abbeville' S. C., The steamer Della left here, yesterday, lad, $35. neatly done. ST. AUGUSTINE, Fl
I t and Miss Bertha H'II,of LaGrange, were' for Fort Pierce, from which point she Bt. Auviuttne has the
J ,., married at the residence of Rev. V7. N. will probably run to Eau Gallie to con bmt blrjrola(wads In Fla. F. W. BEERS Prop.

I ; Chaudoin, at LaGrange, last Sunday nect with the steamer St. Augustine. GEORO MARX JOHjr MA1tS
?+ i evening; the 7th Inst., at 7 o'clock. Mr THE XXCTJRalOtf.
r Hill Is an Intelligent, thrifty and worthy In connection with, the Inaugural trip 1VI.A.R.: : aOS: : '
j ri gentleman, and a Freemason, and has of the steamer St.Augustine,on Wednes. Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Go.MANUFACTURERS 'i
wits shown. good foresight In securing as a day, the members of the Indian River Wholesale Dealers In .
young lady, both beoutiful. Intel-
Band
gave an excursion and discoursed
ligent and gentle. She will be missed several pieces of music en route to and OF ,
greatly from. the society. In LaO range. from JF\ *IH6; The st Augustine let -4 tae Zest Ba,. &net ... ...15....... ttresS.
at 7 o'clock from a. m.. taking on Cypress or Pine .Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, "'aow.c..oD..v: .11e. ; orl.d:

Florida New Senator. byte time Le Cached there -

wr jOO excursionists. .. on Eau board.Galll RookI1 Ceilings and Kouldh p, Packing Boxea and Crates. Taming" and Scroll Work. ONE ,OF THE OLDEST"FROIT HOUSES :IN 'THE CTO C Ctabl CB
**- the teanur stopped about '
1 A communication from Tallahassee 80 mlaatea aent quite a largo number Good work and material at low prt"... Take Main street ear'HIM to mill and

says that on Thursday, the of SfffW* board. Thoro was a offlce. .. GROWERS-Let Return. Da know what you haft to Ute way of Fruit auJ:
Senator explrid.Tnd
n Call's third term prompt and : .
good display of
boating and best Sed n
Florida has but United firing of Peu. Write us for &Pit" :jffa&s:: '
ODe our
States Sen /
at several wharves ,
,. guns along the river, Teipnon.oidu.( ..) m. Jacksonville Fla. MARX
BROTHERS. L FLA8 -
.t e JACKSONVILLE, ,

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