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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 19, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS ZST" JOB PRINTING at this office. Read, This Column Carefully.COOL ALL THE LATEST' and most popular Shoes. HOTEL NOTES. )i
< song of the day;at Chaffee &; Co .a.

Id Topics of General Interest.The MILLINERY-summer stock now ready. DRINKS at Chaffoo &-Co's. WURIUO to IIt.OP.--S: ;; list of-.h'otols.on. I '
MRS. II. W. REYNOLDS' SAILOR. HATS BY THE HUNDRED If you want something nice In the our 0th, 7th and Sib pnges. y
from 4O cents to $4.00. of ladles'\ !gents' or children's shoas,
Tltnsville, Fla. TRUNKS-ALL PRICE call The swimming pool, bowling alleys
o\\
Julius Kline
TttusvUle
or write .
,
schooner Yankee Doodle hasn MBS. II. W. REYNOLDS; ; billUwd and .
parlors Theatrical auditorium
GABDNKU' & WALKER kgq
1< 1.. He has :
an elegant assortment that
| on Nelson's ways this week, under- Tltusvillo, Fla. ; At tho Tampa Bay hotel.,will remain ;
-Wednesday was St. Patrick's Day, Is sum to please everyone-both a*. to
repairs. until about the middle "
of
ng open April.
and several of our residents did the HATS-trtmmed and untrimmed. Styles Mayer Gaillard, of St. Augustine, quality and price. '
Father O'Boyle spent a couple ofvs saint honor by 'wearing green rosettes, and prices to everybody. arrived in town lust night.Mr Mr. O. B. Knott, general; '' superintendent $...,
or so In Daytona the first of the ties, etc.. MRS. II. W. REYNOLDS, of the. Florida East Coast Hotel
,
Titusvllle\ Fla. J. W. Ballantlne, of Sharpen, -The new wort of Tltusvllle's\ City System, who has been spending about) a
k.Mr. -Tax Collector E. W. Hall says he gave our office a pleasant call yesterday.. Wharf Is completed. The east half of It week at Miami and Key West,.,. returnedto
J. B. Terry, of Southold, N. Y., will remain in Tltusville a week or two I Is now being put In good shape. I St. Augustine on Monday.The .
returned home after a visit to for ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
i just longer the purpose of receiving taxes '
The' Hotel Disnayne at Miami and pool at the TampaiBay .;
East Coast. due. 10 cents a yard at divine service at Eden on Sunday next, swimming
i now CHAFFER & the 21st Inst., at 10:30: a. m., and at Hotel Key: Went at Key West,, will receive Hotel Casino 'It receiving its full
Mr. E.: P. Branch, one of Mel- -All along Indian River the orange Tltusvllle: Co's Fla. Jensen at 3:30 p. m. guests all the year) nd. I share of attention from. the guests,, as

me'. prominent residents, was Inen trees are loaded with blooms, and the There Is fine hoteUoll.ale at Asheville well as from the people- .of'the ity.TK .
a
a short while ;yesterday.Mr. ; prospect for a large crop of oranges next -Mr.the ADVOCATE'S Gad Bryan of valued New subscriber Smyrnaoneof N. C., the owner wishing to\ retire- pool will be open a-long a* the ," 1
season Is said to be excellent -Col. and Mrs. A. J. McBride and hotel shall remain open. ,
H. J. Egger returned to Miami has just purchased a fine tract of landat from active. hotel life. See ad. on this
I Monday, but expects to bo here againut -Tourists who desire to visit old Fort Mr. Elijah A. Browne, of Atlanta, have Modelo, where he expect to make his page, Mr. Chas. If. !'tIerrIl11thegenlal and ,a

> the beginning of April. Marion, St. Augustine; can do so by first been spending the week at Palm Beach. future home. -Canaveral club 'house closed on well known proprietor ol th.- Crawford '
applying to Colonel Miller at. St. Francis House, White Mountain, Ndf.aeeomi" Lis! l
Mr. and Mrs Geo. M. Bobbins gave Traveling Freight Agent W. T. Owing to pressure upon our space, Monday, after a very successful season his '
panted by wife to
ery enjoyable card party at their resi- Barracks for a pass Into the fort. Wood of the J. T. & K. W. Railway, we cannot guarantee the Insertion of under the management of Mr. Geo..' W. several days at the Royal expect Palmt. Miami.spend 'E
Wednesday -Rev. Geo. and was In town on Tuesday and Wednesday Morton who la in town with his wife.
poe on evening.The B. Cluett and wife i any communication that arrives on : Mr. Merrill is a brother oft Manager f'

meeting: of the Octagon; Read- Mr.' Edward Cluett, of Troy, N. Y., have -The,. Indian River Band gave an Thursday. We frequently have to leave -Mr. John Cassldey (otherwise known henry W. Merrill so well and'favorably \

Club next Wednesday will be held been enjoying themselves on Lake open-air concert on Its band stand last them over until the following week. /\II. the Mayor of Shelter* Island), of I known on the East Coast of Florida..

[the residence of Mrs. C. K. Kenycm.3om. Worth for some time past. Saturday night, which was much enjoyed -Bishop Gray will hold divine serviceat Brooklyn after a few months sojourn at : Hotel Indian River Rocklodge will\
,
,
:1
Edward J. Graff, a friend of _Mr. Forrest Lake, of Sanford, a, by our townspeople. Jensen on Monday, the 22nd inst., ,at Merritt, will leave for home tomorrow.He close April let; and we areinformed
member of the firm of Gladwln" Lake, 8s0p. m.; at Eden, Tuesday the 23rd; says ha has had a grand old time on
,
-Chief T. F.; Nevins, of Brooklyn, will -Mrs. Laura C. Curtiss, of I that Hotel Plaza and the New Rockledge;
fve for his northern home to-morrow. ice manufacturers, Miami, has been mother of our well known Chioago'l. Fort Pierce, :24th. at 7:30 p. m.; Danyanr Indian River this winter. hotels will probably keep open until

spending a few days on Bay Biscay no.Mr. Curtiss, still remains In Tltusville\ with II 20th; Melbourno, Sunday the -Rev. J. T. Hnntington and daughter April 13 h. Tourists and other who ,1\j

Attorney W. I. Metcalf, of Went Geo. M. Robbins, who has been which place she seems much pleased. | a. m., and Eau Gallle\ at 7:110: p. m. after a pleasant stay of a week or have not yet visited beautiful,.Rookledge ,,'.
|Im Beach, was in town part of Tues- of two at Hotel Ormond expect to leave should certainly do so ere, returning ,;,
attending to law matters in New York, Miss 'who lias been -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Errlgger,
and Maggie
and Ramsey
Wednesday; us a :
gave returned months for St. Augustine; to-day or to-morrow. north.
lasant calL Pittftbnrg and other places, to spending several weeks in town with Mr. Brooklyn after spending several
Titusville on Friday, last, after an absence and Mrs. Roswell Coleman to at the River view, Merritt will leave for They expect to stop at Richmond and Hotel Ormond was crowded to) Its
Mr. W. W. Russell has been spend- of about ten days.! spend next week ,In Daytona, expects en route their northern home to-morrow (Saturday New York on their way home to Hartford utmost capacity on Saturday and Sunday ,

the week at Sebastian. His father- -Colonel B. W. Wrenn traffic manager home to Wyckoff, N. J. ). They have enjoyed themselv so Conn. last. There was a gay and distinguishedparty :fr
'
A. Q. Russell-left for New Orleans of the Planfrv was in St. much on Indian River this season, they Between small sailing\ rowing, 'bicycling present and the -sacred concept, 1 :..I,
I Cincinnati last week. System -Mrs. Ball, mother of Attorney R. F. will return next winter. and card Tltusvllle has Sunday evening In the Casino, '.was '
Augustine: a day or so the first of the Ball has been several in Cattles. attended
spending days the who
Mrs. H. R. Jones, of New Hartford, week, awaiting for President H. B. town with her son since her arrival from ,-Mr. W. D. Allen, district passenger been quite gay th The beautiful largely seemed to by guest*Messrs.,
enjoy thoroughly.
Inn. arrived In town last Saturday, onVisit Plant, who was visiting Palm Beach Georgia. She left for Georgiana yester agent of the Southern Railway Co., moonlight nights have also had a tendency Anderson A Price :
certainly
; are adeptsat
her and son-in-law Monday's bring quite A number of our :
to daughter and Miami. day. Atlanta, was a _passenger on ou '
1 to the need.
I. and Mrs. Wm. H. Brown.Mr. southbound train to Miami and other townsfolk to the steamboat landing, to catering public
-Mr. and Mrs. J. Y. Miller have -Dr. T. A. Rex, of Pa., points south. Mr. Allen Is well knownIn witness\ the arrival of the steamer St. Mr. T., W. MoCreary,, formerly .
Geo. W. Mackenzie an old-time purchased the Budge residence and passed through; Tltusville\ Monday, en St. Augustine and Jacksonville\ where Augustine and enjoy the refreshing manager of Hotel Granada,. Eau Gallle { ,.
ident of Canaveral, has been doing grounds on Main street, at this' place. route to Indlanola, where he has gone on he ha a host of friends.Mr. breezes that are to bo found there. write the ADVOCATE that he will\ be on .:
ate a good business In Banana River We are glad to learn Mr. and Mrs. Millerare and
a fishing hunting trip. We hope Indian River this next"week In the
or
jtnges and vegetables this season. to become permanent residents of the will meet with good J. J. Jacob, of Wheeling, W. -Mr. F. O. Allen a former well known Hotel ,
Doctor success.Lenten Interest of Victory,. PutInBayIsland
resident of but of
who with Mr. Bradbury killed so Georgians, now one
Tltusville. Va.
; ,
Attorney G. C. Banks and wife of Lake' Erie 0. the the largest t
? ,
services will be held at the alligators in the Mosquito Lagoon Dnytona's prosperous. tradesmen, was in
bw Rochelle N. Y. who have been -Rev. J. T. of Hartford many summer hotel In aY. UnitedStates., Mr.
Huntington, Episcopal church, Tltu vl11e, every neighborhood last week will soon go town a day or no last week, overhaulingMr. \ ,
ending the winter at the Plaza Rook- Conn., who has been on a visit to his Wednesday morning at 10:30: o'clock and on another hunting and fishing trip. Coo. W. Hooblu's launch, Blue Wing. MoCreary spent a winter or 'two on "
get left for St. Augustine OB, WednesMr. place at Lyrata, inform us that he is Friday at 4 p. m. until further notice Mr. Jacob Is having one of the fore pawsof Mr. Allen left for home on Saturday Indian River, and his friend will be
much pleased with It, and that vegetables During Holy weer, there will be service his 11-foot alligator; mounted by Tltus adding his name to the ADVOCATE' rap- pleased to meet him, again lie I.I x/.

Gershon P. Bickford 'a real and other things/: are doing well. everyday. vllle' taxidermist Mr. R. C. Sorlmgeour.Mr. Idly-lnoronslng list of subscribers ere general advertising and excursion agent.'I.H
Be expect to ship some oranges next taking his departure.On for Hotel Victory., I
ate agent from Berlin N. H., hasn season. -Mr. Nelson A. Davis Miss Mary E. Hugh H. Richardson, of Jacksonville
visiting several places along the Foley, Miss Mary E. Denn, of Florence, who Is general agent; for the Wednesday next will takn. place The Holly Inn, Daytona. under the' \'I'
kst Coast this week-stopping a few -Mr. Charles H.'Nauman' of the Haul- Mass.; and Miss Kate MoGrath, of Georgia Southern & Florida Railway Co., the marriage of Mr: Gabriel Toombs able management of Mr. Orange Howes,

|ys at Rockledge. over, went to St. Augustine; on Saturdaylast Northampton,,Mass., are a pleasant party was in Tltusvllle recently the Interestof Anthony and !Miss Jenuette Pudcllson, a assisted by' his amiable wife Is still a* It,
to meet his two sisters, Mrs. Rawn who have. been the Holly to lady who bus a large circle of popular as ever., When we visited It the
-Mrs. T. W. Lund, wife of Captain sojourning his road which he appears working young
end of last the house crowdednot I
Itnd, baa been In toWn all the week and Mrs. Robinson, who were on their Inn, Daytona during the past week or for\', like/: Trojan. We believe he is doing flit'ndlon Indian River. The nuptial week was
kvlng arrived from Jacksonville last way south from Lancaster, Pa. Mr. so. Mr. Davis also paid a visit to his considerable good for his railway in this knot will be tied At the residence of the a room vacant-but some how or 't
ek. Her many friends are 'pleased to. Nauman'returned to Titusville on Tues frlend,.Mr. and Mrs. Pierce, of Lotus. section which should be appreciated by bride's parents, Capt. and Mrs R. P. other in Manager and In the!Mrs.ADVOOATB Howes succeeded .
day.; Pmldlson, In Tltusvllle\ and the squeezing representative.
happy
i her In Tltnsville again. -Col. Aaron A.- Degrauw; and wife, the above oomyany. pair will probably leave on the 1:25::. This hotel bids fair to become -'

The Indian River country Is a ain -The marriage; of Mr. Alfred Rodd, a prominent and wealthy residents of -Judge Geo. P. Raney, of Tallahassee train, en route, to Washington Oa., one of the most popular resorts In !I,
ming Into prominence, and we have former civil engineer of the East Coast Jamaica, N. Y., came down in their was in town a short while on Tues where they will\ make their home. Miss Daytona, and ,the ADVOOATB 1 II of the '
d several Inquiries for land and winter Line, and Miss Edith Holmes, took placeon naphtha launch Mary, from their winter day and Wednesday, when he gave the Jennotto Is quite a popular young lady, opinion that Mr. and Mrs. Howes have a .',
the Oth Inst. at St. John' Episcopal
braes of late. A fine section of oountrye home at ElDora, yesterdays They were ADVOCATE a pleasant call. The judge and her smiling face will be mlssud by bright and prosperous future before them.
| this is bound to gQ ahead. church. Jacksonville. It was a very on their way to Rockledge, and stoppedover -who was accompanied by Judge; M; H. her many East Coast friends. At present there are a very jovial set of
quiet affair. Mr. and Mrs. Rodd left on in Tltusville until this morning. We Jones-was on the East Coast with the guest sojourning', at the Holly Ion,
The Rev. X T. Huntington, Miss the evening train for Miami. acknowledge a pleasant call from the view of looking up hU old ''and new Doodle WIlliam., the diver, made which I I. certainly a neat and well kept :

untington. Dr. and Mrs. F. H. HonghD -Mr. and Mrs. 'F. H. Grlswold, of genial Colonel.Mr. friends, a* he Intends offering himself as his lost leap at Palm Beach on ,Tuesday ; hotel In every respect.. '.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Charles candidate for senator to fill the vacancy night. HI* neck was' broken, and he ''
Auburn, N. Y., are two of the enthusiastic and a tourists Palm t;
and Mrs. Thomas F. Nevln : The great rush of to
Walton and Claude Walton wereuantly the the died in a few hour. afterward. The last ,
lovers of the wheel who have been created In senate by expiration
entertained at dinner at Hotel. son, F. J. Nevins, well known and prom We will high dive wa made In the evening: In a Doach this season will; be the cause of 1
of the Holly Inn Daytona from of Senator Call's term.
and hut. guests; inent residents of Brooklyn, N. Y./ who alteration to both hotel at that place. :
on Sunday evening to Judge ball of tire from a pedestal 76 feet'' In
Its under the management Of have something say respecting
opening ;
month arrived
have been spending a couple of Contractor J. A. McDonald at
Into about 4t feet of water. The
Mrs. Charles Stuart Bailey, of St. Mr. Howes, on the 9th of Novemberlast. or so at Merritt, expect to return home Raney In a future edition.Mr. pedestal wa on a lighter anchored In Palm Beach, from. HI.rnilast week lust

ngustine, gave a tea In honor of Mrs. to-morrow (Saturday)), after a very Merritt Douglass of Haverford, Lake Worth;opposite the Royal Polncl- a* an ADVOOATB representative 'wa* ,,. ,
G. Seyburn last Friday, when she -Mr. and Mrs. D, Ryan, prominentand pleasant visit. Mr. Nevins I II an exchiefof : : Pa., has bought; Captain Hardee's brange ana. It Is supposed that Williams\ .u boarding the train for Tltusvllle, and at '' I
i ably assisted by Mrs. J. E Ingraham popular residents of Brooklyn, N.Y., the Brooklyn Fire Department and grove at Rookledge. It Is quite a floe dazzled by the fire and could not judge a conference with Mn II. M. Flagler, It i
d 1 Miss Blgelow all of whom did the who have been spending several weeks lean "hall fellow well met." place, and front on Indian River about the distance. Ha came up with his was decided that addition of 100 room J

hors in a very becoming and social at Merritt left for their' home in -Mrs. E. M. Souvllle\ large land 250 feet, running west to the railroad. head covered with sand and mud, showIng on the Royal Polnolan and 00 rooms on

nero Brooklyn, N. Y..,. on Wednesday, muchto owner at Shiloh, entertained about sixtyof This grove contaIns 800 trees. Mr. that he must have struck bottom.A .. the Palm Beach Inn will b*.mad duringthe e.'
The British flag floated gayly from the regret of theIr many Indian River her friends at her residence on the Douglass-who I I. an ADVOCATE: subscriber physician who examined him at once coming summer, the work to begin
roof of the Royal Palm Thursday friends, who will anxiously look for south side of the river, Jacksonville, on -has already started to Improve said that he had fractured the spinal a* soon as the present season closer The
rning on the arrival of the"Monti their return next season. Friday night. A trip down the East his property. He will start will column. HI body was paralyzed, but plans have been decided upon. We referred
that It to this matter In last week ADVO
fllo" In' honor of the arrival of Sir -Among the pleasant and sociable -, Coast was the feature of the evening nice residence at once, so be recovered consciousness for a short ,
many family and friends on but did not give the number ;,of '
ready for himself CATS, "
I. F. Haines Smith, K. C.:M. G. Gover- ladies we met at Hotel Ormond ,on and was very unique In its character. time only. He lingered there until 4:49: '
in the fall. This gentI.man' to be added.
pr of the Bahamas who is on'the East Sunday last were Mrs. Cornelia Venableand Refreshment were served, and those their return a. m. on Wednesday. The body ha room
set on a visit to Mr. Henry M. Flagler her charming daughter; prominent who went over from Jacksonville returned wife wa the first lady this to catch a been embalmed and forwarded to hi. Hotel Ormond always has .a very

ompanied by Lady Haines Smith. residents of Atlanta who were on a tour about midnight channel bass at I Rockledge hunter season.and mother, at Atlantic Highlands, N. 7.In charming set of people stopping there
Mr. Douglass quite a
President Geo. F. Miles, of the F. C. of the East Coast.who They are very de- -Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Hill, of Scranton, among his trophies of the chase are two our last Friday's Issue we referred among McCarthy them, of being Portland Mr.,and Me.Mrs t Mrs.Charles 8v P. .'

I C. fc T. Co., St. Augustine; Mr. Geo. lightful people, are making many Pa., who own a beautiful winter homeat big alligator. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas to a matter In connection ,with Aldrich of Detroit one of tile Ormond'
friends the East Coast of
Bradley, of Washington, and'Maj. warm on Indlanola, were In town, Tuesday, on and daughter, Miss Lillian, expect to Virginia Key which we considered private old and favorite guests, and a regular
which I
with section
Florida they are ,
their to for a few days'sojourn. home about t. ,
>uls McLain, of Fitzgerald Fla., haven Miss Venable Informedthe way Tampa leave for April Information. Tuesday' Citizen l summer sojourner at Messrs. Anderson "
on a trip to Miami, returning on a much ADVOCATE pleased. representative that this They were accompanied by -Since we last visited the Daytona however, "let the cat out of the' bag,*' & Price' New Mount Pleasant House lathe

phtha launch to Palm Beach,, wherey was her first visit to this section of Mr. and Mr*. J. L. Crawford, also of home of Mr. and MI'8. D. A. Blodgett, we which wa that the building of a fort White Mountain., who will stay a*
Scranton Pa. Mr. Crawford I
were met by Mrs. 'Bradley, Mrs; Florida, and hoped it would not be her largely notice that several Improvement have and a military reservation on Virginia long .. the house 1* open. Then there '
|lea, and Mrs. Racket friend of the Interested in the coal business. and employs Ke"oppo.lte Miami, I II being considered \a,
a last. They were guests of Hotel Alcazar been made; cement walks and marl road I.I Miss Harriet Edward one of the popular
ter lady: from Philadelphia.Their for Hotel Ormond. some thousand of men. Dr. and have been laid orange and other trees, by the War Department;. It I* young ladle at toe/ hotel, who u
leaving
ere Mrs. Hill have been to
coming regularly stated that the matter will be brought Aldrlch.
shrubs flower and have beenplanted chaperoned by her aunt, Mrs.
I- Royal Highnesses Prince and I -While law-makers and politicians Indian River for the past eight years.'' I and the whole grass place wear an np In congress, and an appropriation be The ADVOCATE representative also had 1t I

fincess Khevenhuller of Austria, ao- discuss arbitration in Washington Mr. -Mr. John McAllister, of Orchid, appearance as If the above gentleman largest made. Virginia Key Is the the pleasure of meeting Mic Elizabeth "
impanled by Countess Llchnoosky Titus-and Henry M. Flagler and Sir W. F. liiaineeSmith passed through here, Saturday last, on had lost no time In Improving his pro- Island In the Florida key. It Is Venable of Atlanta., a very bright and ;1.i
T. Beln.chert passed through Governor of the Bahamas, are exchanging his way to Jacksonville a* one of the perty. Mr. Blodgett recently purchasedthree separated from Key Florida by Bear Cut. vivacious young lady, who wa* aecont- '71
lie Saturday t, on their way to" St. courtesies and cementing business '' petty jury.' Just south of New Sm rna acre of fine hammock land adjoln- On Key Florida government barracks panled by her mother a lady fall of :
iigustine and other points. The jolly- and social relations between our I' an ADVOCATE representative noticed the Jog his west boundary line,and a cursory were located In the 80'.. Dame Rumor I grace and staUllnes Mn. L. G. Whit,
king Prince informed an ADVOCATE most southern port and oar nearest',1 spark from the engine Ignite the scrub, glance over It. Monday, showed "us that says that Mr*. Julia D. Tuttle the ownerof with her dauahtor.: Miss Helena White.
presentstive that he was Just return- neighbors flying the British flag that and Mr. McAllister Immediately rushed a fore of"meo were at work underbrush- Fort Dallas, Miami, na* been offered of Worcester:Mar*., old guest of Magnolia : .I
; from a trip to Cuba and Nassau. can result in only good to both coun from the train-which wa at a standstill lug and grubbing the land, preparatoryto $SO,000 for the key, but this statement Spring hotel are at the Ormondfor

I-Prof. J. M. McLaflin of New York, tries. Florida i* Indebted to Mr. Flag at the time-and extinguished the having It planted in grass and vegetable I I. said to be untrue although the sale the re.a of the season. Mrs. Olney.
the of the flame with water tress lookIng of Virginia Key I I. said to be under con and Miss Olney and Mia :
|ho came south as far as Jacksonville ler for rapid development rapidly-spreading ere *. Ills young orange are daughters,
this yacht Vidette, arrived In Titus- East Coast, for extended and Improved any damage was don to the beautiful well, and some of them-although sideration.A Florence Olney, of Clinton Iowalet'I I
lie on Monday, where he expect toad railroad and terminal facilities. That wood around picturesque New Smyrna. not one :year old from the bud-are now this week on a few day: visit to Palm
two or three weeks, banting and work accomplished, he seek new markets In bloom. It I I. probable that the Blodgett Fine Hotel for Sale. Beach and Miami when they will return 't
Ing. While In Jacksonville he sold new methods on the adjoining Islands cottage on the ocean beach will be and remain until the end uf the season.
SUMMER HATS OPENED.GARDDCB
Is trim-looking yacht and left his while Sir flames Smith studies A WALKER ready for occupancy next week and Mr*. Owner wishing to retire, will sell tie The Ml*.. Merrlek Weston and SlmraU y
,
mono fighting bull dog on board. American method and customs that, : Blodgett says she Ii Is /going to have some oldest and best known transient and still remain at this noted hostelry; but 1
Nip,
Ti* Professor friends are glad adopted cannot fall to benefit his people. little In that seaside home family hotel In Asheville. N. C. Small Miss Huntington expected to shortly .
many Tatler. Joey ply husband leave for the 1 cash Central location and Conn. Mr. and Mr. ;
> see him on Indian River again. The ; .-St. Augustine A Cottage For Sale. sh ea payment return to Hartford
Idette I* a very seaworthy yacht and north this summer.. valuable frontage. Apply to Geo. M. Pullman, of Chicago, were at '
cottage t LOCK Box 6CO above hotel short while this week. .1
S size I I. eOxlSft WATCH REPAIRING done by Anthony A furnished and lot, 00x130, the a
A.abeville. N. C. Ther. I. lot* of amusement to be had. ,
with fine water frontage'and boat landIng -
Bros.West Palm Beach, Fla. Indian River and Bar Biscayne: '
"" for sale. Ready for occupancy. at Hotel Ormond a*can be vouched for'by

LTTERNS,. SHIRT-WAISTS, trunk*. Near Hotel Bellevu*-one of tba prettiest Navigation Co. Where You Can, Obtain the shoes 18 young people who drove to i
GABDJTKB' : A WALKER: Palmetto Root. locations In Melbourne. Price ,980. Mr. Bacon' beautiful place on the bank;'
Wanted- Apply to Mi** H. Ar....., A communication to the ADVOCAT.7HteldaYl "Adrofcate.Ommom .- of the Halifax river Monday night taking ..i }
Melbourne, Fla. .* that the above company -. sapper by firelight and ,resuming.
We will pay'1.00 (cub) si ton for pal- incorporated: nadr the law of 'trroevn&e Jess. =,:::' .:.sews itad.ET. after the moon wa well np. :. '
delivered at the I'IorIdab&nct of Main Ills probabte that on' Intend stopping at Hotel Osseonri '
metto root, the State ...voV8'ftJf1J, ,-_Leon. H
For fine laDnd-'k; patroole the Works, TltnavIUs, Fla Foe OUt of Sight I the steamer St. Augustine will soon be .. ...... .. yon bad better secure your riMinv

Vditeh Steam Laundry Co., .Jackaonfl specification and particulars, apply to sheathed and put la flrst-elas* condition, ... ...... Dramx), "" la.advaae, for eottaga aDd '....ia*
fl SatUfactiongarantaed. 8. F. GRAY, Those 5nt box** of candy for the .o that sh* can make greater. speed wall FAI.M"BACV. TkfB loyal .rotaeta. .. bn la great demand ,for SOUM

f,B. :B. PTLB,Agent, TirosviUe, Ha. A..'" Sept children at Chaff- .Co'. nunlng on Indian B4vr.., KUMf loyal..r..., w .*.b ..*.. -



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; :: TOMATO. CULTURE. To Be lven! Away l' ,. HODGES & GODFREY HARRY MASON' &
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'I I ,' : k .': M erl 8t I II The growing of tomatoes for market $T. AVOUBXINB, *&..4.., Mar. 10, '07 Manufacturers of

I I" i and for private us* I la of .far greater ex- Editor' Advocate: Jobbers In Fine Imported
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'Id J f tent and Importance than most people I have just received from Mr. S. 8.Doyce Yellow Pine Lumber B. MASON CO.:
I ""i / ,I ,;;, talks" the i well-known' ", fact ,
small
Imagine, when It Is A : of New Tork--Glty, a supply W Itey Street,

1; I (( 4"Bood'.lJanaparlUa.. intrinsic: value< of Talks"Merit I that of all the trnckdk's: i crops the tomato of hemp seed, .which be asked me to try :BOUGH' DRESSED, JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars, gigb h

r\! I Merit In medlclner means the power to l I I. one of hi* best stand-bys. We can and got some one to. experiment with Orange B.x>H.ad.,

the giving thin the East 'Coast. If know of T.tret bl CratM.
;., ear*. Ilood'i Barvaparllls possesses eruct readily see Importance pf song you Fruit 'Grade

I and unequalled onrtthre power mod there-'' crop the very best care and attention, any such person In the vicinity of Tltus Lumber delivered at any partoff. I oontemile. r- : Whiskies, Etc,

, .fore It ASS true merit. When yon bay; and to the end that a-good crop may be vllle, I would !be pleased to send them on through bulliUnir bill on''::1.ifc.!;, Anyo. :11l'to: :well to .. .
tit 1 log ....ii<<.i<
Bood'.8aI'IIIparWaandtat.ltaooordl.D1r take to make for write oell. Tbe.M..W1I1I11I.. Palatal.aka
:t had, we must care everything the seed with directions planting. for pr
'w!" 4' to direction, to parity your blood, or, at the beginning a* perfect as Tours truly, J.,T. & K. W,It,., e miles south of ,whitkles-.lmportedandDomeetlo; BenthernRelleRockandRyedmmtttpperBrandleeIntn05ti0 M I I
co.,Fla. ilackborry, and peach and hone,.. .,.. . ..f rom {Lappet I Ium
S\ '1 (;, care any of the mapy blood diseases, yon possible, for the crop almost entire y J. E. INGBAHAM, Satsuma; Bights, Putnam Tom apple.etc peacb"... ...... .. .... ....... ...... Jssp"11181'wSBSsrirorK'Werryba a I I '
{ Old .v.-r:: ::: :.:.:.::::.:.::
are morally certain .to receive benefit. &- oi-m. .. ,.. ... ..... .... ........, :
b "'' depends upon the start the plants get. Land Com'r.The and Lemon +wUr, lIIulicatel, eW, from ,.. .. ... ...... .... 11.00 I
'\ The power to core la there. Yon are not to Pineapple, Orange ..... ... .Haft" .... "'." *.trom .2.23perJ:
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latitude herevwe ready ,
In are .t.
r i our Clarera-FlnestEranaS. .a ...;,, ..... .....,... ... ...from a1eU
trying an experiment. .>.It will make your to avoid scalp diseases hair Land For Sale Cheap.I ouoe.-.., ...,. ..... .. .... .' )per'loa.
the in April ( way >
out anytime
'set plants early
i r Low Prices.
..1 r and nourishing and thus equally
blcodporerich and diseases is other Fine Brands at
falling out dPAll
premature
I : 1:'t 1(' drive ant the germ of disease,strengthen before then they run the 'risk of to use tho best preventive known for have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when requested, without ex.:

the nervy and I build op,the wholesyitem.Hood's. feeing caught with <.*. Blight frost). In that purpose-Hall's Hair ReDewer..A.LEX I land on St. Lucie river, .a few miles below tra cost. Money refunded -empties" when returned. Express Company wiD
: ," :!'JJ that cane we must sow- our seed In the o Eden 40 of which d being otnortheast not take liquor C. O. D. Send"money with order to save delay, and trouble
MASON &: CO. '
should not be of northeast quarter for Price List, or call upon ,
latter It : quarter Send
January
t part ;
I J 11.. ,' laterln than the 14th of 1TEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR 18, township 88, south of range 41 east; 801, 807, 800, 811, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) j TACKBOKYILLB,, FLA.
case
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:. i' any ( any the other 40 is the northeast quarterof .
.0, :( \/" I'' JTebruary. NEAR & TAYLOR southeast quarter of section 8, --=
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I 'tTo prepare a bed for the seed, we township 88, south of range 41 east. I

(:I.m Sarsaparilla must choose a location.of a warm nature, (Sncoeuors to John HC 1U.ter.) The above land can be bought for $10 Florida East Coast Ry.

: per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, ,
having a southern exposure: It Is not Artesian Well Contractors
,/ Is'toe beet.,In fact-the d'.bueBIood FurlBer. orange, lemon or Hme growing. .
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?'1 PreparedonlbC.I.Doo4"Jo..LoweIIM-: 'necessary to provide say bottom beat Will be sold .In lots of 40 acres, for Time 'able> ... .-Ce<< >r _t d b ..It...., era, 18n.
I but on cool night the bed should be EAU GALUE F|.A. ca h. This land will soon be worth tr; >0
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I I 'I j J J Hood S Pills '.Do p!loot.....U purge drulrlrr.ta..2IIa.I !, pain. or. covered with sack or mat to prevent per acre. BOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Rea4 Up).
: ,l'iff' ,t ANTED-FAITKFUL MEN OR Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATEoffice 0 ub
the from chilled o ci v 0' y7
I -. -_..- young plants getting VV women to travel responsible. ; or to Bobbins &: Graham, TltusvlUe r0 ;;, 1 ',lp"f4Bi) ...... r...... ... ... ..... "' P :::::: 1r'I .IOllOa-rm:
In making this seed bed, a slight sprinkling established house In Florl t: 86Ua l iiii 1 Nip 9 tOp .. Ar..8'-Anlfu.tln. v. l186p : 700a 5 t 0. pyl
I ., Free and of cottonseed meal should be mixed $780 and expenses.: Past t)onpermanent. __ IISp 1080& ...... ...... ..::.. Lv..60.I Aulfustlue..Ar.: .. 112IIp 8111ip{ .. ... ...... .... '
Reference. Enclose self-addressed IJOGa .... ...... ... .. ...tl op.......... uup .. .. ...... ...... ....:
in the loll a week before' planting. 'In When quails are heard In the evening, 'by'80.11RIa...... ...... ...:.. .........lit Patatka............, //8p IlIi8p ...... ...... .....:
: '1 Accepted Masons the seed It should be sprinkledas stamped envelope. The National, Star (syndicated for the next day.: ..... ...... ....... ,........ \. ............. .. 16p 1121 p .. ..' .. ......
; sawing Insurance Ittdg., Chicago fair weather ,00.1006. ...... ...... ..... v....... : Palatka .Ara 50ap Cl111p : : ::
,,- evenly as possible the top of the III 40p 11 lOp ...... ...... .. ... r ......:.Ban. Mateo.Lv.. :: 20p 8 Dap 1!::::: :::::: :::::'
\ --- --- .811le! .a laM t ....... ...... .....; v,........8U1.__Mateo._ ._ ..:.....Ar.. 40ap 70M1P ... .. ...... ......
I : \ soil and covered with soil by the hand, .... ...... ...... a.v... ..., .......... ft. ..... ...... ......,
''I' ft*','. Indian i ; Tltusvllle Instead of the seed is IU81.UtIIp *.... .:.... ....:. I' ..,..I..D..ton..... ...... '86rp 4 p....... .... .....
rakingin a* [ .... 1 top ...... ...... ...... ........PortOr.np.:. l146p .. .. .. .. .. ... .....
: : Klver Fla. usually done. The former plan Insures Seminole Hotel *. = = Ilea 182p ...... ...... ...... ". .......N.. Smyrn....... l126p 4 ((17p ..... ..;... ......
;;i Lodge, '+ No.00 tWp ...... ...... ..... ...... .Oak Rill ....... 1I0lp ..... ...... .....
., ; a more even distribution of the need 1II011p 1186a ...... ...... ...... .... : Tltumvtlle.. ._ .. I l26p 821p'':..... ...... ......
than by raking. 'When the seed I II ooveievl ...... 8INp ...... ...... ...... ....:.....0ItJ' Poln..:...:.. id ... ..: ...... ...... .......
r Hall.Its meet!iff* the neoond .nil. fourth Friday 81Ap .. .. ... ..... .......... .0000& ...... .... : Sep\ ...... ...... .......
i t I'' ., '+ ., of eitnk month, at the Court louse" ,Titusil.kv' >a out a quarter otaa Inch, the bed OPEIf ALL THE YEAR. liMp 800p .... ..:... :..... .... ....RockledgeHotel...,.. 18 nap t05p' ...... ...... ......
.vide, at7tfep.m. 1519lip. .:' .... ...... .. .......EauGallte....... 11Mp 1soplip ..,.. ...... ......
31 I i should be well tramped with the feet WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. .. / ....1".. ....:. ...... .. ....: ..... .8&rDo........... 11 61. ... ... .. ...... ..
::1 A. ,T. FeMtoR. Worshipful Master and lefb-as even a* possible\ to preventany .i.l oop 4 p ...... ...... ...... ....:...M.lboum........ 114iaBp( ...::. ...... .....
ii'' :', Oeo. W. Heoble, Senior Warden. t ...... 41111p ...... ...... ..... ..........Roettland...... .... 110/1a/ d"." ..... ...... _
t/' ,/ Warden.I water standing on the bed during a This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to ..... 608p .1.... ...... ...... ....?...8eba tlan...... .. 110la .. .... ...... ...... NoQ
I I"" : R. F. Hnll Junior the Free 'buea to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel ..... 11M" ...... ...... ..... .. ... .8t. Locle......:... 10 lOa ... ..... .. .. _'
). R. Wilson Treasurer. rain This can best be accomplished by railway depot. and .... :: .Fore .. OJ'''
I ; 2.00 lOOp Step ...... .. 1I0IIa Pierce.. 1005a III IIOp .;.. ..... I5l Rap!
I r, I ?; J.:Mendel, .Secretary. wearing shoo without heels on that with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests., Rates, from $ per day ...... 886p.. ... ...... 800a ::e:: .....Eden......:,.:: 't 982a.,.... .....' ..... e6up
M. S. Deacon. upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. .J. ,BOYCE, ...... S 4CIa ...... ...... 6111a ......:....JeOHlln. .....,.: 9 pr. ...... ...... 882P
,, I'' ; SawsSenior oocastao. e GEORGE ZAPK :Proprietor. Manager. ...... a air ...... .....' 884a .......... Stuart.;. ..,... 'f, a lies ..... .::.:: ....t. e701p
M. !l t"" z J. A. Happersette. Junior Doacon ....., : 701a.! ...... Alicia. ....... 1I06a .. ..... .... IIlo16p
A. A. Stewart.T. H. Sunders.,stewards. By the beginning of March the young .:..r:. qDip ..... .::... 7152a ,......:'Hobe Sound...... 8. :. ..: :..... ...... loop
,I" B. A. GeIger Chaplain. plants should be ready to transplant to ...... 984p ...... ...... cain .......W..t Joplter....... 808a...... ...... ......1264p
!t ...... ao'tp.... ...... liMa ..... .. .Rlvier... ........ ".. 81Ma .. ...... .....1140&
.t I 't i A. Frosoher, Tyler. another.bod expressly prf pared for them. 1 Nip 8111p _.... 10 2jia Ar....W.., Palm Beach? ...Li. 7Ma 10811& ...... 11 2O.
0N 'I The soil of tUI second bed should be PAINT STORE Mp B SOp ...... No 211 ...... ......Ro.al Poloolan..... .. 7.10 25a No.26 ...... ......
I I THE, II nip 826p...... ...... .....Palm Beach Inn...." 71oe 10 SOs ...... ......
mlldesleh', with fertilising as the soil 5. 1I000p 8 BOP ...n. 11111a..L..PalmBe..b Inn.....Ar. I liSa 1016a 8011p..... ......
1
'i iI, ''j' ,THE CHOPS ALONG THIS will Slop Gasp ...... a tat ..... .....Ro.1 Polnol. ..... ..., 7 Son 1010. S alp ...,. .. ...
\ be I* which they are' to grow and II nip aep ...... II aJa 11 0Ga .....W.., Palm BelICh..,.. 9 Sun 10 KIa II Sop .s.... 11 06&
''I'' I.. .' EAST COAST. makeacrop., This bed should be laid ......921p ...... .... .. 1244p",... .. .Llnton.... ..... 8. ..... .....,940a<
I : ____ SHEATHING ...... 10111' ...... 108lla 9dSp .'.....verb Laud..rdale... 11ISa...... 442p ...... 718.1057P .
!;.I ? off in squares about two Inches cl wa1, ROOFING AND PAPERS, ...... ..... .... .. .26p .......IwmonCity..:.... 1I0IIa .. ... ..... ...... bra
'r'r. W1IITM CITY. and In.every checft a youqgfplant should s t aopl101 p ...... 1116. .tOpAr..MIa1nI..L.,. IlIJOa" 800a S 00p ...... 1110&0

\ i \\i.i. A nice rain tell here recently, ,wblch, be set, A email, smooth piece of stick, 7 Swll Papers A. oil W. BRANCH. Trans eh m 86 and 78. between Jack.
SL
t ,:t was Tory much needed for eke late [.of the size of a lead pencil should be : o. STATIONS. No. a. No. 4. ItOJIvtUe Trains and 2U J 88andU8 Anguetine, between daily.Jaok oa.

f, tf The 10 00a Lv..New Smym..Ar. TI ii A p ville'and Fla Augustine daily.
planting vegetable prospect used;' and a hole made In each of these NO'8.I 11 28a 1 except
L..La.keHeleD.L" II BOp lop Sunday.' i
i wan never promising> for' a checks and stuck I la. A little 116In L..OrangeOlty..Ly. Train
l 1i al..OIw. a plant Cold "Water T'aijnt.I. ; 11I18p 8481' 117 between Jaolcwmville and
', Outside; ; 11 SUe\ Ar..Oran Cit .... .Ly. III 16 0 dOp St. Augustine :all,.. except Monday. .
bean
good 'crop. Many'\ are being water dropped Into this hole offer the TrallIII,1/6 sad 28.between Palm Beach

hi; shipped dally, and prices received are plant Inserted, will be sufficient\ to E. BAIRD & CO. Trine Ill' end 81 are composed ezolaetvelyof Pull. and Miami da1l7.
man oars. Train 200. between Fort Pierce and
b very good. cause It,to.take root and grow. Miami daily. UOfIpt. HondaJ'.

I, ';,,", ,:"i,4 ti! h _C8A.TIAN.' After the plant are well started and 52 West. Bay &: Laura Sts., > -' ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Buffet Parlor Cars lea on{. 86 tralllll, 7/.od 78. tine All dally other. U08P'train.81U1daT.lOuth of a. Aupso'

&,., The truckers are Just beginning to showing sign of making good growth .
\ t' JI'I: z.. ,harvest their second crop of beam In we must begin to prepare the ground Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes; and Room Mouldings. The BUfaat Side-Wheel, Steamer..

111-; A'I"' this suction The price so far received for the crop. If we have land that had t "CITY OF KEY WEST." .

: ; for this l product>> are slightly above the a crop of potatoes or some other'' root
'F'l .
I 41\ I :(' average at this time.of the year. I crop lost year, It will suit our purpose; Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Suckers appointed tq Perform Service as follows: ._

I ;, j ;1'1'I' I The tomato crop will soon begin to If not, we have got to do the best we can, Leave :MIAMI every Tuesday Thursday and Saturday.Arrive

; f IJI 1 i move. The crop will not be a. largo Mat but on no account must we plant tomatoes At One-fourth.Regular Price by buying Stools or it KEY WEST.. sameday.

: ': f'. first: anticipated, .because, of the after a cabbage crop. The ground Leave KEY WEST every Sunday,'Wednesday' and Friday.Steamcr'MONTICELLO..

l I'' h'' :; I ''drought for-the last four weeks, should be well flowed and thoroughly Arrive MIAMI same day.

worked In to render It smooth Mother Plants....... .
4h \\t: I ,v MAT,AD'-. every way \g.

i ,1. W\\I The demand for nursery stock to setout and put It In good tilth, and at the last These Stools will grow front 10 to 20 Sucker each, In from two to six months teamahlp service between Miami and Nassau to continue during the r Winter Tourist
dill ,; ,, working our fertilizer should be applied. beaaon of 1890-97.
this has been
new grove greater
I year .
I l! :than the supply. The nursery here I prefer to work-the fertilizer In the Absolutely true 'to name, first-class condition PROPOSED SAILINGS;

J"I had a call lately for 00,000 budded orange soil by means of an ordinary one-horse and all Fruiting Plants. Now. ready for delivery- Correspondence solicited. February 15 to March 27: Leave NASSAU Tl!emdeya! Thnradsys; and eabnrdeya

I I ':I: trees, to be delivered next/all, and cultivator GEO. WRIGHT Manager, Leave 1II1A.1IIl Muodays. wed.ulJday. and Fridays
r The quantity' of this fertilizer must be M'ch3O to End of Season Llie'a NASSAU Wedne d .y. ana' aonra..Ia
I could not furnish them all. All these Orlando Nurseries, Orlando, Fla. ,.lIUAMl Toe.....". Uld Frldartl.; '
f s I 1 't', ,,were for one man, to be put out at ono determined by the nature of the lull: on J.T. BZCBTWTTH
I poor thin soil about J. D. EARNER,
thousand
place :one Trafflo Manager. Am't Gen. Pasranger Agent.
I '( SAW AND PLANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE. : YARD, f SRI Fla.
AngnsMne
would be
,
j i, H I pound per acre about all It -
I AI, I MEBIUTT. PnUtk. Fla. ;IK. Bay,St., Foot of Catherine,, -- -
I ''t ; During the freeze of 1801): while the I could take care of, whereas on good stiff

f, w, northern part of Merrill's Island shared soil, fifteen hundred pounds .would be WILSON' CYPRESS COMPANY

.4.' : '. J I, the fate of the rest of the state, though BOD too much. Now, a* to the quality The florida (Central & peninsnlarf Railroad

II. : .1 i' 1 In a, modified degree the more southern of this fertilizewe must consult the --- Manufacturers of '
I 1.\I : requirements of the tomato plant I ,
portion passed ,the ordeal almost unscathed.
I' I I' ',.. should recommend a fertilizer for this Lumber Shingles and Lath. Short Line between Florida and all Nortr-erA Points.
Cypress Everett'Savannal(
I .' The bearing orange; grove ,on the crop to analyze somewhat a* under timore, Philadelphia. Augusta- Gt-' Columbia, ,Washington Bal-
,
I :_o Island have bood since the freeso about three per cent nitrogen, six York. Boston and the East.
: especially percent A stock of Everett Maood
j large Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling siding, mouldings, shingles, Atlanta' Chattanooga, Nashville Loulwllle Cincinnati
t phosphoric acid and ,
eight to ten
of the attractions and
one great held ChIcago.
'J, lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt .shipments. Cypress
i rl out to the guests' the big Jlockledge per cent potash, and the source of the mouldln of all patterns a specialty. Everett, Birmingham, Ro1ly Springs, Memphis, LIttle Rock lran8a8 City, St
I >i hotels almost potash should be sulphate, If at all LouIs, Chicago, Sioux City ;
lte. The
dlreotly pos
I ,,;.. oppo sible., I have been When at home, write ua for prices; when up our way, come and see us. River Junction, Penllacola, Mobile New .I i. .
\ '1< tree are now coming out full of bloom, experimenting for and the Pacific Coast Orleans Texas, Bt exlco, Callfornlr.
I -- Effective
l 0 .' '\ but only a few orange remain, the crop the last"erght yours In this tomato fertilization Jan. 18, 1807.

1 I' : ,; having been ,of 'at the and every year I get more and New York Express No. 88, leave Jacksonville
\lv disposed rate ,of ,.oru 8 120 a. m., dally, with Through: : Pullman. .
\ 1.J:.. $4 to $S per box, delivered on the, dock.. more convinced that If we use plenty of The Tropical Trunk Line an.a.vA a m A &, Sleeper Baltimore* for, Savannah. '.Columbia, Waehingtuy elf I
j i potash and a reasonable o Philadelphia, New York" and
:' XX The. home ,of permanent and winter quantity of ... o yy Arrives Eastern Jacksonville points. Connects for Furnandina.

!, J Ir r II 'if'r' residents' at Merrltt are scattered along will phosphoric have less.acid In our and fertilizers, we. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West vM ,,, r3 a ", r New York and Florida 9:U Limited p. m. No. 32-Soll'l
i t.t. { r the btu1T\ -like banks facing the mainland. blight fungous dis Railway. t.'"'" A ". '. veatlbnled train with compartment observation
,' I '' easolnour. tomato crop. Last year I JOSEPH 1-1. 'DURIEE .t f dining and sleeping carol j leave. St. Anpuatlne ; -
94'; ON TUB: INDIAN HIVKU. Receiver. y 0.110.. m., Jacksonville 11.00 a m, dally.
.; I t '1r r St. Augustine March 11.-Dr. DeWItt used, potash excess}vely heavy on my T-BOITH -. -NORTH- 4 y. t 4 Y except,Ille Sunday 31 returning arrives Jackwn-
and I free Time T.b1e1D Err.. r. 3.311 I' m. 8t. Augustine 4.40 p m. daily cx
of
the
crop, was Feb. 1. 97. a
blight that
N
i
f Webb who has an orange grove in the o. I 'v. II SNLi I ro,2 7 0.82. No, 78, Nt D00. Copt Monday. .
t causes such havoc among our tomatoes ;.trni: 'BOnp -= 4r F u New York .. leave
tiM,1 930aLv..JACRSONVIILEAr 780.m a Fast Mail N. 86,
: Indian Illver
i section, returned here lost ..... Mixed .. 84npm' J.ocal .
\ every The rot Is alga reduced .bap SMa .Orange Park. ......... 8 62mm 812pm Mixed e' 6r JacksonvilleO:66b.: m. dally for tame north-
: \ ,\' night from a trip down the count. lie year to n . .saMOWdFrl: 946p DO'J. ? l'eorie. .. .. Obam 0 ere point.. Carries: through Sleeper Jackson.
1 minimum when plenty of potash U uaed. .... .:.. : .l\la gnolta. ,p.. .. .. SWpm751eeda n y vllle to New York. No. SS arrive Jacksonville
I ";"k : ; : ,say that be'wam delighted with the fine The reason of this is etutlly seen by ., .. .. .. 101Sp 924a.. ...:OreenCoveSpring,.... :.. 50Uam 643p.m TbUl'lld 4l y 4 e.N. .. a 9.00a.m.: .
any .... .... .. ...... .... .. : .. .Jlo . ...... : iliaC *
I F,,," condition of the groves all through the one who take the trouble, to examine .. ...... 10'30s lIJOp: 101111I.. ..:. .... ..Palatka.twlclt... ..o. ..... ... 1l00.m.. .. "to M r clsONYILII( Cincinnati and Florida Limited l.eavl"o Jacksonville
I [ i-i'. Indian River little
fertilizers .. II411e . .. ... 220pm P. a over 14 hour Solid
and southward. used on tomatoes contains 12111. 10NU ? Pamonn.... ... .. .. 41..m 417om lilliI'm CUZP hole Train runs via Atlanta.
Rockledge Dr. Macon
Webb Everett
.
4 " 1:11/11': / 12't1. HmW.C'reecentC/tvJunotion. ,. .... f
,' more nitrogen; than either potash or . ... .. .... ..... 3Mam 4011pm l26pO\ aOAaetw Chattanooga. Connects for Nn.hvilleLoule0i
; .ay* that the trees that were out down phosphoric acid. The ... I' alp UMa: 111.1. .. ..8e.llle.... ........ ... 53aam 846pm 121111..m. y A" yule St. Louis, Chicago and all northern and
Is : .
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consequence 1116.
a 1:1111' 49e"' ? ; ..DeLfoon Springe... .... ,.,
;, by the freeze are now from ten to fifteen plant of a succulent, soft nature, Is an ...: ..r.. 2/11I1'/ 14:1.: 14141'\ ... ........ Oienwoll" ....... .... 2411..m IIM.m. 31111pm 1I111pm 1I10.m p' 'I western point -

; '; .t'' feet high, and are In full bloom. Ite Is easy prey to all ilUonnes.. A plant again, .. ....:. 4001' 200m, .... 120011': Ar.... .......tJet'tlllford.{ ..... .. ....... l130am 25apm 10081',0430 1087.m\ r s = y p ,, t h4 Carpervloefor'inelnnatlviaSavannahCoE. ,:Ing'

... l : 3'' .of the opinion that next fall' that i. fertilized with twice as much ........ .It..... ... II.121.y1 M4 Lv ...'......,neLand ...... .... {AeLv .. ... .. ..... 28l1pm :_.... .. eN..e'w bla, : Knoxvllle troiitj(;:
In ..
1 .aUpm y
crop plumpliorlo acid .... .... .,.. $ .. ,... """ the CelebratedM9Ontslu:: North
and : of
I ; i "' as nitrogen, half a* Jmq .Jntflr.l'f" .... .... .. .. 1204..m... Country:
yI1'f '' the Indian River section, celebrated forki much again of potash as of phosphoric . .... .,.. . . 4NIpAr'......... .TITISVI6I.E.......:..Lr UOOCIam .. .... .. :: v r n'e Carolina. Leave Jackaoivilta 0.05 p m. ArIves *-

I. ,' 1 \;:, producing the finest orange In the acid, I 18 a thrifty plant, able to combatall ::. ;;:: :;::C:: ::::: : ::: :, :: :;;: ::itnrrento.Pooh: :.::::::::;: :: :: :::C: .:::: ::: : :\::::: 1 tl Jaekaon.mellCJO.Cincinnati 7.18 m.*? m Returning arrive
'f' I I.- k If world diseases, and far : .. .: .. .... ... a 409.. ..... .., r *
.t will be very urge Canaveral, gives superior fruit .\. .... ..... .. 4 "' :. Mt DoN.. ...... ... .. ... eeiam ., .... (ipe/tlu > Only Line Throe th the Bean Ifnl yilll
,I ; titLi + one .of a few points'along the Indian both in appearance nnd quality. Ap .'... :... "1I 'Op.300..I. 'p.4r..T..t'tIII..L.. .... IS3)am.... ....... ORIOA CL Ri RRL a ya,,, t Country of Middle Florida, Penaacola,.nilRaoambl
I I I Ir\\ti"", pearance goes a long way In selling tomatoes .... . . 'pAr..Bantor'I..L..... ..... \Itam..nte"rlnp.. .... 138am 19pm lOO..m t 1,d Bay, Leave Jarkon: >ilia!.16 a. ra.
? lUver: country that escaped the fraexc, I Ishipping but quality goes still further, ..... .. ... ... ;. .Winterl'nrl. ......w.., _I.. .. and +t xNw'1 rM'.Ilahueeeh'tlverJnnotlonPon.aeolaMubfle' .
1 ; The and of .......: ... .. 120a II10p :.... . ... .,.Orlan..o... .. .. ... .. I' RlkSuUR R.R.
orange now. plenty In ... .. New California
potash :
: grower receive our fertilizers . .... .. . .... . .... .. 121111pm 12A6am .... .... Orleans, and the southwest, Mexico,
J tW 1 for their fruit $3 at the wharf.CltUen. .- Insure both. The of haphazard ..... .. .. .. A r.... .. .. .KI. .nartow.mm. JO..L.. .' ......:",. ... .... Sad Comneouoee .. and the Pacific Coaat. Carries Bleeper
'it :; work in this line are gone forever, and ........ .., t SIlO.I 14np . .. . ., ., .Lak..l..n.t .... . :..,. eve No. arrive*JackmnvUle 9:OS a.m.
4 l130pm 1045.m ... LQal9e
... ., . .. 'Attic H *-
,
1 ... the successful grower has trot to knew .tSMa 41111' .. ... . .. ..JJ..rtow.. ... on Leave.Jackmnnv111e9:1S a, m. for Slarke
720pm tO1Sam .. .. ,
)\ . ... . 530a11 /mil Ar..l'unta, ,,,, w i thorns Silver Spring, Ocala CellarKey
1 i :<' It's about everything pertaining to his c'rop.Thii .... .. .. . C.5)a: 449 ... .. .... .. .. tionia..i.r..... ........ .. 41Spmtllnnpm .. .. "' WlldwooJ. Lee.buT r7 O.1..tll1. ,Pk**
hard .
as to break some can best be done .. .... ... 1MPm 828am .. Orlando City
by consulting the analysis ., 1I''v' ..... ..Tamp. Hay Hot l.. .... .t. Lacooohee, iwule City, riiASsWBfflafeM lID >
I people of bad habit .. .... 7R9pm 9Nam..... .. ,
a* It i I. to break: table of the constituent of .... 1\:10.: 6a.pAr.. ....... '''rtTampa..Lva710pm'546am..... Tampa. Arrivil.lM lrHnnv llAA.1Ki/. m..
part ...
.
: t %.. hold malarial fever when it once gets a firm the crop In consideration, and then ........ .., 'Mon 1'1..1'r10l.sod Thur...,.. fo aCll"pAr.. aq' Lv.1'ort.... .. .. .. .. Tampa... ............ .Ar, ... 130 I' m Thnn. and SnD. : St. Louie Ramat' Clt Cuy No. 38.-Lean. JackllOn..l1Ie 8.M p change forMa'w"l .
y
upon one. Mr. C. Illmrod, of Lancaster work .... . 9MpmWed.andSat.: hone to Kan-... Cty. The'route taSff Through! ;* Pullman Sleeper without k J I
Ohio, "gays, "Simmon User Rolt.I .... ..,._accordingly.____ .._._ L If..he .does. this. and W..n" Bat. .00a Ar.. .n.. .....Havana. .. ...... Lv 1230 0. m---,w.,- and... S.c.--._ phi". SprJnltlel'; .and KIUIIIU 'Ity. No.Macon.35 return Birmingham; Holly 8prlnge, for C
.v name) nme simiiea the arrl..ell Jacksonville
stao
I inorongbly a. a m.
pII t j' ulator: broke a case of malarial fever of nature of his soli, he may reasonably expect Polly f Dnilr except Sunday. berland. Sound.m.-IaaveJacksonville for Brunawlck by the Cumberland Route steamer, and
j three years. landing:. for me, and less to be well repaid for his time and Train.l and 31 Carry: Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Car 4:00p. m.-Local tor'F..e1'f'tt. Cloee '
connection rooW
'I I than one bottle did the business shall outlay In other Trains M and n Solid IfcOof. M.-lyxsalforTallanaMM. !.,. rorBraiulwlck- Shortest and quickest
Peetlhnled'Raine. .
ways. I would have with Parlor Cars between Jacksonville and e:*> P. M.-For f"nfAr"ve Jacksonville 4':111 p.
use It when In need Trains 13 and Tampa Tampa and ? M.3 .
of TS Intermediate
any medicine, and liked to have said something on the mediate onnnoet at Ttttuvul. with ateanier "1111.., King for Bockledge and inter.. Thronjth Sleeper for palnuJ Pullman .1"'l"'n.
ArrI..JacklOn..WelAab'
the
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I Indian River
recoommend "
It. '
l"J.-D: .
further care of this : p.m.,snlva Clncln U7i8m7me'UYJ"cklonvl" al p. .
very Important JackcouTille at i:30. .
dally .
crop, ra arrlm at Hawthorne at ,'.oal.tn. For .
11:33 Macon. .
but forbid U35, Ocala I rW p. TMwburK ft O, Hrookivlll Atlanta two Trains Dall .
space ft
just Leave
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now. p.D. Train tearing Steamer Jacksonville 5
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religion arrt w .at Oakland 4 KM Jackaonvtlto. S JO a. m. "Manta" from Tampa for :20 a. m.ADd S:M p. m.
A : .
{11 and mea freeze may'wear a cloak "' C. K.DeFunUk HCQU.u&RIL m..St. ftteeargie JO a.a.m.!..,LagiyoheM dally except 8 indar p. m.., Tarpon Spring d6 p.m.. ,' Clearwater a:>>P<. ar-Pullman: Send Sleepers for Bee o. all Nigh'Tralee Braldentown Parlor...and.. between Manatee Jacksonville River points.' and Tun.-- .
yet his soul to death. Indexed:
Springs Fie, w. B corvcr. o. i>. ACKKKLT, Nas. PENNINGTON, Township Map of Florida to ; .
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INimtMUVKR ,:ADVOCATE3, UBCn,19, 1897.fesatonal ., ? .3 iii


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> Ca ds. Florittta Museum of NaturaliHistory. llow..Tbts. : .
DO;YDU; NEED FRUIT TRESS


.BOB.IK*> WAMOSB.SI+QaASAwiMNS :. We otter One Hnaduhsd Dollars Rewardfor nm iSnercessfal: 1:1:
Citrus!*.
A GRAHAM, ( Mt reduoed prices Are !
During our recent visit to Palm Beech> any case of Catarrh that cannot be> buddedi ail the round ()1.y8ltf'oOld{ ,
we had the cured by Hall's Catarrh-; Cure. ,
pleasure of ,
taking a Frorlda lenoon stocks 11.000'01
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW,. glance at the cursory F. J. Cheney & Co., Props., Toledo: ] /
them are others Person
Tdrditr. are \
excellent collection con- We the undersigned have known :F..J. REAITI growe: of fruits, berries( ,, '.
From 1G to 12 a.. Brown T llorjwuuiaa
Baby
sHouBs: m.t tained In.Prof. Chns. B. sgerine, ,
Cory's for the and believehim
Cheney last 1ft all
andit04p.m. museums years, Triumph and Common Grape Fruit 30cx) I and kinds of vegetables .); !
which, besides being or untold value perfectly honorable In all business '
Brevard Florld:1.108. ,,. each, 128.26: .pn 100. know hatthe and I '
Co.r largest yields
111VILLJC, transactions and able to )
from financially
an educational ca.rryout
of .
point view, I S a Boona'sEarly A MoWs Blood. 50c.
: any obligation made by their firm, best. uality are produced.by 1;
(practice In all the courts-state and fed vast attraction for the tourists who West & Truax Wholesale each, Edo per lOt). SYSTEE
Druggists, Satsuma. and Mandarin 40... each.
spend the winter the liberal use of fertilizers
facilities for examining and perfecti at the above noted Toledo, O. Waldlng, Kinnah Marvin:
I < Lamb Orange 5flc. each. ,
tWse.CARYELWES. resort. Through the generosity of Pft(. Wholesale Druggists,.Toledo, O. SeedleasOrape, Fruit 60o. each, $li) i containing* ,,at .l least 10%. of. :
Hall's Catarrh Cora Is taken
Cory, the well Internally, .
poor, as as the rob, are per 100.
enabled to.visit his Institution, and learn acting directly upon the blood and mu. Also-all ot the varieties of peaches Notice; to Travelers ,
cons surfaces of the system. Price 75o. Actual Potash.
that known. be best suited
are to this
!
something of the fauna of the ;
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state to per bottle. Sold by all Druggists. '
NOTARY PUBLIC. :South Florida section, including the .\
which they reside. 'Testimonials free'Masterrs.Sale. If'ywj.-contemplate A to r)
trip any pitfall "
STATE AT'LARGE. new Free- Stoaxt Orange penotiy that Witiout.the liberal use ofSPot-$ .1
taxes paid for The panther group attracts a deal; of orl Dat.d:in Orange county, and I.l the North,i,Bust, Wet or to any Florid '

rewritlng nts, rents, and accounts collected non, merited attention representing a large boat' peach yet outfox this section.JAMES polnt.Joc reliable Information, throngll I ash Jon. sandy: soils, it is impos't, ''t

ito. Correspondence solicited. panther in the act of devouring a wild v MOO'T, I sible to grow fruits beni s : ;Jt"t"j/

svllle, -. -. Floiida. turkey,, while another of the ferocious UNDER and and by sale virtue Issuing; ,of out a decree ot the of Circuit fore- ORLANDOJf.\TtItBV, l1rop'r. rates and. most.convenient schedules* vegetables of a quality that will : ,". .'i. ; d

?HMl(s IHSSSSBISBas eM**s SBSSSBSS ls* *B*B s ss ssk k SSB SSMaMsslss*) animals seems to be Court for Brevard county,In a cause there. Winter Haven, Fla. writ to- the undersigned, whoanawer willto -1'
JONES stealthily creep mg In depending, :wherein" J.. C. rapehait la com.ilalnant (, command best prices }" \ \ ': t tAll
OR S. up to battle for a share of the other's ana N. M. Vistas administrator of T. >raU letters promptly, and glvt 'i.t. / .jl jlp.r4mmt I
K.Dison. deceased. ,,et.aI., are defendants I Notice For PublloatlOM.LandMSoe about .,. -+h.mulls of Its UM by.clUAl..3 ,
tempting morsel. The scene portrayed will cell at public suasion in front of the court you anyiAooOBBary Information. I on th*. h .. form In lh. Uiiilad SMIM-4i Ifj
ATTORNEYATLAW.SVILLE la bone door, durtug- the legal hours of sale, laid 1 In a Hills "pock. which we publish and will eindlraaad
very life-like a deadly rattlesnake upon the at Galnesville Fla. ) ,Tba- Routes offered via the :VlawtSystemf. In. lit anirfomiw In Annno who will writs foe It. "

BREVARD CO.,.FLAunty being seen half concealed underthe FIRST: MONDAXVnr APRIL, A D 18J7: February 18U1? J bbKMAN KALI WORKS, !'
th.>- eqiilpment and Sj NUHII St.,Nsw York.NATIONAL :;'
friendly shelter of a palmetto bush close to the highest and best bidder for cash, the fOllowing : I i*hereby given that the, foltowlnir. /
Judge of Brevard County.D. by, apparently much Interested In whatIs described real estate" situated In Brevardounty NOTICE Ntt""r" has tiled notice ol his. Intnn- 8orvl e> are unsurpassed by eXO.II.// ')'
.Florida to-wltt The north-half of the tlon toke anal proof In support of his !
going on. What a magnificent spec orthfiaat quarter o Motion! 20, and the smith. claim,and that said proof will be made l before Through, Sleepers are operated otralnsvotthls'Sjvtera .aIIJ s 'j)1
west quarter of the southeast quarter of ioctUm Clerk Circuit court at Tltusvllla, 1M.... on April 1/i
L. 'DODSON, tacle could be presented of the qeaond 20, In township 24,south range 36 cant. I 3rd MOT : Edward J Johnston of Nathan Kla., Insuring Luxu 1
act, with the panthers engaged In mortal Also ten acres described ol land\ eight of whloh Is an Homestead!22M4 for the lot 8. section K 7 town. Comfort and every convenience.AtUlress f Home,*- Seekers 'f ;
range grove as follows Bounded : mouth ranite 81 east and lots I, 7 and 8,
DENTIST. combat. on the north by land sold to Mrs.A. B. Cantlne section e. J$ east. : ,
.. by T. K. Dixon, and still and following: range i iI ,;'
belonging to her He names the I wltn nH "' to prove bin. I REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 't
Att., There are hundreds and hundreds ofspecimensall upon which Thomas Cantlne now" or formerly, onntlnuous cettidmine\ a null, and mWtlvatlun! of, R. L. TODD, ;
Office over postoffice.IVU.LE resided; on the east by Indian River i on the l>lid land"I.: N. N. I'enny, of Nathan Fla.; .
peculiar to Florida-In south by lands now or formerly of Mrs. Annie E. J. rnetorliift, of Canaveral} Flat V. H. DW. Pans.or. Asp,. .0'.u 4t'
the building, but it would take a great Dixon and John P: Sets and on the weab by PtmtoHua.. ot (Canaveral Fla.( Henry A.Dreler, .
FLORIDA.L. lands now or formerly known, as vacant lands. of Canaveral,Fla. . amount of to The deeds of aforesaid Mrs amine Mrs. An.
ennumerate ,
space even a t> J. M. BARCO; ,, Register .
nle Dixon and John P. Bets are on reooid' at JaoksonviUe Fla. Specialty.. Send Description of what at .
part of them and our only Is that I ,
GAULDEN regret Tltu.vllle. Brevard county Florida. The above '
the ADVOCATE cannot the room to. Inscribed ten acres of land IB the tract, where Notice to Creditors. you have,And what you want., It' ,.1 ,
spare
Thomas K. Dixon formerly resided\ ; 1* one acre \ .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, make the Individual mention. Suffice wide on the river and runs bank to a pond on : MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA :
the west about tuft! and is creditor of the estate of(CMdeon Colqu. ,
of lots 8
a
yards part TUB :
{practice In all the Court of the State to say that the collection is a highly _and t4,Motion tt,.township 84 south range 86 will .take late notice of Brevard that the administrator. .of, ROYAL-TANSY .PILLNriYnlsoevERV. ?t tr C. C. CARROLL .

|lda, and the United States COU'rtl.B interesting one, in which Prof. Cory's said estate has suggested the Inaotveney of the Real Estate Agent.: : ,'. .
MINOR 8.
| 230. TITUSVTLLK FLA. JONES same r VKR KAJUL -
j
s. whole heart and soul take It
a delight. marS-aprl Special Matter. Wherefore, said creditors and all persons ,- ...........e.aable'aed'' eat.rw.rat'Mk '
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Money to Loan. 18 claims said will be ,,__. .. _nl\ ,' ......" ; I
estate "
is also an interesting fact that nearly all having aealnst required a \"I A. \)' "i. 1)mnrturanon
.Naar> used y........,.WhoUse. ,
to appear bufora me,on ovbefiireTHE "
the specimens of animal and bird life laliIo.ate.thew. 0"' ,,_ I The Largest: and Most CompletO"JEs'abllshment'South. f
FREEMAN HALL, Notice. FplST DAY OF JUICE,,1897' l iii w.r..1 da.5s! ', .... Dha I
etc contained In the museum were ''t'' and with pallet M per =. SIHKII bun:. nl. \: ,j':
tile me their said ohiinis,or payment ...."" In nlnlir. wrapper '. Ltmlu .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW obtained by the professor himself duringhis In Court of the County Judge; exercising will This.be Kith barred.day of November 1856.Mraoa r'i, sumps.. for.p.fioutar............ PE..rlC&w.. N,.la nr '.'"-I.. 'I I

& INSURANCE AGENT. hunting expeditions. Probate Jurisdiction. E.C.D.Tvnnt.t County.ludge.Adminietntor. fl.Jose: srts IATioN. ekieaaeJakJ r GEl( S,. HACKER &, SON, 'k:

svllle, f- Florida. Two expert taxidermists are constantly In the matter of the estate ot ClaraT. noyaoto uiyJO Sold by>J.;.B.;,Soreven: only. .|r I '

presenting all the best and strong- i at work mounting the specimen sent In H. Eaton, deceased: _m. L.irFRUIT "

surance Companies. Is prepared by the collectors which Prof. Cory has THIS day tbis cause name on to be beard an I .

'ite lines to any! amount, anywheree In various parts of the state. to tbe make report sale:of the of lot Commissioner 4, block appointed the- TREES A'1t

East Coast. town of Melbourne and It appearing that petit :
Rooms have been fitted up as anaquarium property: was bid In by one ot the euoutnrs of 'iF 't
the will1LC1ra'r. H. Eaton deceased to-witl 1 I
and
BAY DADE COT/STT. where living, fresh salt \
TNIII Elizabeth
-by O.
Eaton for the sum of 'I,Olio. YROFIT
|W. EWAN water specimens of the finny tribe maybe estate Now, ,are therefore, all pe1'8olllllnte..ted In said HIGHEST AND PLEliSU E ." '
hereby required to In this
IT. COMMISSIONER.; seen, also a number of mounted fish. court upon tMe- appear w...... ".' *' ., \ .
QUALITY
otary Public State at Large. Prof. Cory is spending a large amount FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. A D-1807, .e POMONA NuRSKrirLwlll ol

bds Selected; Conveyances made. : of money in the development of his collection .and show cause If any,they. can. why Aid sale THE '\ '
noennne .
LowlsrICes
II.CCLI"' FLOalOAb.uhf
kapondenoe solicited. Address: and his interest In the work Is It Is further directed that this order be published ,, .
View Hotel Cocoanut Grove In th..lHDiAM' RIVER ADVUOAVB> once a
pay .. tell what to and "i
and should be much appreciated. We I week for fons successive week you plea'
Office Ewan's Landing. '41 HOW to It. '. ...W ha"
Blunt
wish him the he deserves. Done and ordered at the Probate office at FREIGHTPffEPADK <
all success I. '
In stock e'Iul line ul evcrythlugn*' d In '
TltuvillePlorlda .
this Mih day. of February, .Manufacturers' J:
w. ALLEN AD 180'(. I THE GARDEN OR ORGH RD. '.
JORGE. The sooner you begin to fight fire, the MINOR 8. JONES, I Psachas, Plums.' Fara, P-r lmm'"n./ THgn. \ ,
more easily it may be, extinguished.The mar5-apr2 County Judge. I MulberriM.Oranade.: and Mo .s i.. u/lM I
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, sooner begin to take Ayer's .' I
you :
THE: POMONA NURSe: y.
Sarsaparilla for your blood-disease, the Master's Sale. BEAR I NaccleiMy Florida Moulding and Building Material. :: .
lJ :
Vest, Florida. easier will be the cure. In both cases, "

|l practice In the United States delay Is dangerous, If not fatal. Be and by virtue of a decree of fo rs -- Ofttoa anJVareroom.;? King, .Opp .lte 1' I
tate Courts., 9jun95 sure you get Ayer's and none other. UNDER and sale Issuing out of the Circuit p
Court for Brevard county.In a cause there Cannon! StreetsCharleston :
in depending, wherein John Mn A 11 tutor l> nm.plalnant I
-" BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY
MONTHLY SCHOOL STATE- and K. Q. Vtvell, et. aC:, are defend; FREYER &:
F. H. HOUGHTON, ante t; I will sell at public auction In front of the ,., S.,
MENT. court hon....door,during the legal hours of sale, C".t
upon the (Successors to TIIEcAl B. CAMPBELL, co.) !! ,

*FIRST MONDAY IN ,APRIL A D
I8OT, Cord and
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DENTIST. Statement for the month ending the to the highest and best bidder for cash. the fol- Pianos Organs andMusical; Merchal disc.A SashWeights,. ,.

31st of 1897 for Brevard lowing described real estate, .Ituauli In Bre- .
day January, vwrd county, Florida to-wltt A strip of land I

ona, Florida. County, Fla. five chains and twenty-three links S23) wide, LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND. ORGANS AT A II IFICE. Hardware. ''
and extending from the Atlantic ocean to the CHANCE OF A : ,

BKOAPITirLATION. Indian River a distance of seventy-three 73) We purchased In January last) the. Immona* stock of Pianos, $1) nil, ,sheet- .

|O. FRIES C. E. Total receipts during month. .$ 140.0 chains with and the Mventy-eeven south line feet thereof north being ot the parallel south music and musical instruments of The,.A. B. Campbell Co. We i areInloC oat Window and:, Fancy' Class .{ 'I:

Total expenditures ,. . 1737.73 line of .section thirteen (13) township twenty- the stock of Pianos and Organs at wibeard-of low tubas, to make. rouji for,a fully I !' ,

COUNTY SURVEYOR. ITEMIZED BEOEIPTS-JAN. 1897. seven containing((27) 88.18..south range thirty lees.seven. ((37) east, line of tbe celebrated Conover New England,.bohubert and Ktnffi Pianos. L! A SPECITY.II : ,;
aores more or
Balance In treasury. . . 2.23 D. L. OAITLDEN We have the following pianos, vthlohare. worth from 1100 to 9.200a u,than we "

ad legally surveyed and sab-divided.! From. tax collector. school.< levy it $ 4095' marS-aprt Special Muter ask for them : ................ ., $3N1 H..I.... nros.,.MyM 6,.mall.... .,.. ...........,.... !II Choice .,'!:: '

flag neatly done. Estimates for i u < 83 4; ConovertvleKwa6, .. ,... ......... .. .... .. 8m: Huhubort> 1 ........ ?.......t 170u Wines, Liquor 'f:1
u ," poll tax. . 300 Notice.In .u Jeb'.............u... _, ,. 11I111 Maleeha'LOeeh wal..t..t tea .
Indl of engineering works. DIs- .. a. .. .. . 600 ''n u J. vraM I.......................... 11I111 HteJnway eb.n.... 91ka and Cigars :
? "1(5 O o ,.taK.vral..... ................1..,.41)0) E..ICIU. eb. .. Jill !
I lines a Co. Supt. examination fees ( 00 u a .......... ...........81st KhlPbul'71I.n! eAn..u.. 510MoCammonitrli.2ewal Guaranteed Pure. ),
specialty. Circuit Court of the Seventh Judicial .. .. ... ..,.....,.4aal eb...... ,...........f 20ft it .
Co. Total receipts ... . . .9149& Circuit of Florida, in and for Brevard ........,,. .........11I11I Knabe Gram) ......... ...car..r..J28nu Bold at reduced .' k
SHAW Brevard FLORIDA. \ .... .. ... f
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Gounty. o 7. wal..n........y...... tin BtuyvesantNewshy .b..._. ..110 r
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EXPENDITURES. u 7eb.tt..a..n., ... ....,.. am1MNI wal..... ....,..run1j,2aa pricesImport ""rp
ITEMIZED -IN. CHANCERY: Runes Broe.. .. 6, eb.............. ........ A Brans Teb.. .._. .al....n.n411:* ,
4 :n.1ied..A.. :MaZ1: : John H Sams Co Supt . . 75 (00 Frank E.Heath and brick It .. is 8eb..i..uv..won.. 178 Jn.M.tHaavMorris .b..._.. ............... 110 **
Jno H Sams, exp convention at I K.ItoNlterao Executors of u u u 8, maa..y......... 1110 ,. Ioq Tokny: 'Win, '

very section at once to sell staple Live Oak . . t .. . 2000A the estate, of John Heathdeceuied }1 Some of those pianos hava-boon rented;but ws-hsve bad thnn| pollshedand! from Italy. 'I'r

) dealers; no peddling; experience L Hatch, mem bd. .. . B 60 VS. 1J put In thorough order; and we guarantee them,to be satisfactory or momcy'.re.. '' j jr
essary; beet; side line. $7 .00 a J S Snowden, mem bd. . . 400 Jesse T. Simmons J funded. We furnish a stool,, scarf, Innstruotlon book and delivered f..o. b. Jacksonville -, 1 Johm B. Togni.Metropolitan "

h. Salary and expenses or large Dan E Miller, mem bd .. .. 8 70 having been filed In this court: ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at hall price. Writ M- }G'\
lesion made. Address with 2 cent AFFIDAVIT for Saloon, 12-1 Bust Day 8U" '
I Jno H Same office Co. Supt the complainants that FREYER BItADLXY MUSIC COMPANY, / .%

> for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap and Board;! .. .exp.. ... . 1600 21 years the)of defendant age and resides Jesse. T.without Simmons the,State Is over of 2i) East Bay Street, Jacksonville, EJa.< r JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ...

Manufacturing Company, Clncln- Goo F Faddlson reps on building Florida!: and Is believed. reside In Boston, Wholesale Msd...taIL..... '
Ohio. at Artesia . . .. 8 00 state Georgia.service,and of met a subpoena there Is no upon one whom within would this > :YC

J F Bell reps on bdg. White City 3 00 bind said defendant Lu.r

By will you boy bitter. nauseating F T Budge reps bdg. Indlanola 6 80 These are, therefore, to command yon, the -, WEAK MEN MADE YI ORO.S. ,
said Jesse T.Simmons, to the Clerk'solsoe : : :
> when Grove's Tasteless Chill F T Budge rent of bdg. No. 11. 7 80 of this court:on the appear cD.! SQuthern.t .

Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. Hartford Ins. Co. R F Hall Ins. FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A D 1897.

f druggist Is authorized to refund on school houses .. .. . 80000 I and answer sell bill In due course, otherwise Honey in every case where it fails to Hartford Ins Co, R F Hall agt 1 the lame'wiU betaken against you. as con RaflwaABSOLUTELY : I. il.
Price, 60 cents. 23-10-97 Ins on furniture.h.. .. .. 72< fessed.. .= !
S Hitching, turn school No 36. 6 70 It Is directed that this order be'publl.hed
with ae little delay aa may be. In the INDIA* I" DALWbaJpEOtF '
J H Same frt on furn. No 30. :3 00 Rhea AD"OOAT.onoe a week for four eonseco- tHE SHORTEST ROUTE:
r ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR Haney School Furn. Co, schools the weeks, that a oopy be posted at the Court .\ FEO'a Y.S !!JPl1 Olds
Hones door.and a mailed to the defendant 'j ;
women to travel for responsible Nos 12, 22, 24, 41,103, warrant 66 SI at Boston Georgia' copy within W day. from the date ..iil. Tuunp : old, r '.r
fished house in Florida. Salary Jas Prltchard int. on Indebt'ness 5111 hereof. ...oVCIII PQLLMAlf DRAWING" ..OOK'OAU, D NI1Q0' OAJU., m.l 1"" 1..1 G....' J J'
knd expenses. Position permanent Jno H Sams prep'd frt on books 4 66 Done and ordered at the .,,a1..eSwdr.Wlerw.a---. 5 Lalter.I ,. ,11Nr

nce. Enclose self-addressed Teachera' Salaries. .. ... ..9107000 < I Clerk',office this at 10th Tltusvllle.Florida day of !DIOSouQWABB QOA0BXO, v.a'rIBttLBD.TBAm8.NORTH .a4. .%.... --_. a.ttaE.wer.... ,
'_ tU of Ml/ abet qaea.H'en .
envelope. The National, Star \Circuit Court/ February,A D 1897. n(__ .",Js OB 1..lIu.n4 eonsampsUuittum't '
ace Bldg., Chicago. jan29,97 Total expenditures. .. . ,9173773Nos. A. A..8TJW.ART.: bit dranlst Tmpo. EAST WEST. iler.n.a "I 1408,9 and 10 were Issued on feblmarl9 Clerk Circuit Court. AD lag rmmrtl'a *Iliviii III.a' fat i IaCQ .

at do you need la the way ol( Jan. 6, but not enterl!( on the financial Brevard Couaty.Beat THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN, P'LORIDA.ANDTH'I/ItAaT. _". ,,"a o..... boX.la"ft, M N p aill0iilr. ,..
...... .
heads bill statement, having been Issued after the G. 1I.f. t//
note and letter
opes, l A
statements, tags, cards, etc statement was completed. 4 Notice For Publication. New York and Florida Limited, flil te, m tel.' ';
,
all be glad to have a share of your Washington and Southwestern Limited 'Sold by J. 0. Bcreven, only.'t ,"

You are too young no matter what And the'United.States'Fut Mall. .'.; )
your age, to lose your hair. Save It by Land Office at Gainesville, Pit >

he Walton Rapid Calking Machine, the use of Ayers Hair Vigor. It ,re- February!!, 1897. ) OILY 11 HOOTS JAODOJlt TO. '. o VIA... '

three 16 ,. moves dandruff, prevents baldness, restores : Is hereby given that the foUowln<<- TO NEW TOXX.ssrtsa : IE aNIaNOf. I "
two *10 No. HOURS JAOI80IVILLE .
; Its NOTICE OILY IT '
> has
vine 6frla.No. h gray and faded hair to original settler Sled notice ot his Intention !
color and makes It soft,' glossy, and to make final proof la support of his 1wa y.. Tr.... ins....assd, l.....Improved PullmaaBl .piB*Oars. sad Hotel Dim /
., W..ln .JIoII__... ,
claim and that said proof will he aiade before ...Qan tI
abundant. No toilet Is complete without Clerk Circuit court at Tltusvtlle Fla. on April wiia i ttwTak sad the Z i ,:It. ',

> word Infamous was once applied It.The. Srel.111II1. vUt Henry A ureier. .( Canaveral, AND FLORIDA LIMITED." "
lot "THE CINCINNATI
Fla., Homestead 22174 for the 4. section XS.

non who was not permitted to fashionable women In New York northwest_S-balf of quarter southwest of northwest quarter quarter section :24 MCtkm, and ...ITsssfbvlsftTrafau fsosa,......m...qpoln. -a:.;via Cvere4l.: ....M and Oha4lee a. J

vidence In a court of justice. have set the example 01 appearing bare- 28 h.township name the S3,south following range witnesses H..,.to prove his. OBIT M HOURS JAOIflOFTILLE TO OIIOIH5ATL THAOBPBSION.".u" \5. ,

: headed at the theaters. This Is glad continuous residence" upon. sad cultivation of, OILY 16 HOURS JAOIBOH7ILLE TO LOUIBVILLE.fJUlll *. .. s
said land vlsi Henry Wilson,, of Canaveral KB C ICA00. OLatTKLANTk. DfDLt.f.AJ'0U8. OaTTBOrr.: sTT. FAUbami OOPVaHOMTS.* ".'
InterestedIn
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news for people who are more Flas. ArthurrranklioofCanaveralVia.. ; E.J. aU ....s ........ an4 Weal.THZOUG 'AMs.ss.em f sheUth. _ajxt_4 vfDttei 1.gea..gea.. a8CIEMTIFIO q 1'1
Pnrtoriue. ,Fla W.H.rrartorlnst. / -wn. v
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In ) ,
drama than millinery.
the of'Canaveral eo.
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of ILZSPIXa CABS .JAOXI01l'vxLLB'TO IT. LOUULmiswstt .. I 't:
oft-'w'.
-- K.BABOO. Register.
When you'I I: Spring" humors, eruptions, hives,bolls, ***....va arees*e...........Hrm*.>ti rs sod hotly Bprtafa. N r.-ca Aae4n.t.a.a.lereMa tees/:. ,

'.plant seeds plant pimples, sores, are perfectly and permanently ONLY 36 HOURS TO'ST. LOUIS. i AMERICAN t

cured by Hood's Sarsaparilla., the tafl_OW -- -.Ntiyrs.g. for'IU _n.r rl*$ he$5. Ixmls C*>r. ,
best spring medicine and one true blood ASH VILLE ROUTE-.a'" "'_r\11. are dally ..-.. ?* M beaattfoirr lllaatrsted. 1.- elr.BlUoa> of /It/ \
.wt Jowaal.: weekly MmetWea i iA
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I v1aAM.vs1e, tttrttgb w .
FERRYSAlways purifier. .a-I..Ii IlJosK tea Speolaim eopte and UAIIJ ,+
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"LAND OF THE SKYV 0 1'7--
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MUNN.A COt I',

the best. Hood's pills easily; and sick promptlyon head- A Sr .......... ... .. ...... ......... ....... fnmalMati trb. ...r .. Bre..w.". Hew ..... 'J:,
the liver and bowel. Care .. ........ ....."..W_I...--......."
Per eat*everywhere. ';1''

& u rtm a 01, ache. I :.; L IIXIVA1e Ylesids PaM Agt.. US*.*Bay.tn' *.. JaofcsxmvUU. Hv I: Wanted-In Idea NNr.atr J

Home rule should be every married s'ca"5rti ,.L.OULI' W..... TUJH L JL ARDYWZ 1

hat every ....1'.a Ash' a-Yea.tunA '_. -
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and new
woman's platform a ;. 1, ,..a. ",. ..........b. Go ANrYs a.q1,1e. $ f ='

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I ;1N" ,,1' -+ 1JDIAHAWMKLY RIVER iDYOCATl'\ .+ tlcipants in the scale of humanity, CRATES !

\ '" ", and which are a disgrace to civili CLOTHING

i; Ii' r'l' JIODMAb DBTOTBD TO TOF ..\'.stela nation at Lowest Prices,
/ Best Orates Write
+t kil,: '1 i .B1TT 81' TUB IBDLin BITBB iWOBTB _lse For fo!
I 1 \ BRITISH CABBAGE CRATES
,4 ABD-MSOATMB SBOTKn|r.NNNHti" 1. THE TOMATO CARRIERS, ,
M' ,, ((1' -., BEAN CRATES,

v/ .,'.! ',,1 I j CD.... H. WAUro, Editor A Proprle\(... ,I Notwithstanding the hue and Shoes Hats Underwear etc LETTUCE ORANGE BOXES:BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.

I,1, very that there is a stagnation in Egg Plant Wraps, Crate Nails, To
Also Tomato Wraps
(v. ..'\ '4 Cbaok,e to.,may be mad payable to CB I'uIwM, In other
trade
as
: 1 f H. WAI TOK,publisher aDd proprietor. \ every country I G. F. PADDISON, Eau Gallle,
:;.=' well as the United States, this assertion i ngStock, on>i the East Coast. pt

is not borne out by; facts -, --

4 Vfs need more shade treet. \I dm and figures. Throughout Great ., WS'ONWholesale

1. d Titusville. Who will follow DGr.I Britain trade has been in a prosperous W.:8.: IJA
,
I J ., Geo. W Scobfe's{ example ? I condition for the past few n r
r F
1' i I II yi ass ; and a recent issue of theNorth I'I. and RetailLIQUOR

THERE were .6,520 deaths by s\a8.1 ; British Mail, published at : ft I'N' II

elde In the United States t ye ',IT.: G asgow, states that seventy firms lIIIIIf

I People go ahead at too rapid ats named who are constructingfr WINE & m
I
1 pace In this age-scheming at !,ui >m one to ten large vessels from I III!I i
'- twin screw steamers of 1,000) tons
t I'c running Into debt, and thus u II.I' ...

f' their stringing constitutions their nerves and, sbaUerlng brlngin\ ? uf !to fret of, 16,500-clase cruisers horse power.and battleships The \ IUIIIh 1 119 West Bay St.. Jacksonville, Fla.|'

j'' themselves to a premature grave.. ye ar 1896 was a record breaker on and Domestic Wines
Fine old Liquors Imported
the -Clyde, but the prospects for Ham
1807 are equally satisfactory. The .\.
It ABNER C. GOODELL, of Salem,
i Mass., who recently celebrated his w rk on hand represents about Mexican and Florida Cigars.
31 ),000grosB, register tons. Corn-
I y. c' 92nd birthday, is said to have ed with last this shows an .,' FINE FANCY GROCERIEs
pa year .. ,
:' built the first cracker machine, a ,
In of The .
I I I ( machine to shave out keg stock, rease a engineering 50,000 trade tons.is 'aleo well marin % A / WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon pwarc s. I handle no Compound Good

r and the'8rst printing press to k/ ,,:l' Price List upon application Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .
resented in horse .
I! print both sides of a sheet of paper (1 'ep>r 15,000 over that 836,000 of the ,previous power, .1 you wish to open an account you must give first-class city refotemJ f !

i I a s at once.STATISTICS. '
y ei r. The government orders in- Mistake =
i It is Grave -
-- -- a
ill \Hide one Irne-of-battle ship two
ci .
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I IIf '1i"i: I', + panics show that of life in Insurance the last twen-coma fii 'a t-olaes'Cruisers and three sec- J-
ot i Uclass cruisers. The largestor TO BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS New Fall Goods.
I 1. ty-flve years the average woman'slife
I $ dpr given to the Clyde for a long . .
I ., :: has increased from about 42 to th P was that for the Nippon Yus- .
J i 66 years, or more than 8' per cent;
tlKaisha of This
Japan. con-
1 ttJ I.I I G,' .', '. while in the same period man's sri eel tpdof ten:steamers: of 5,824 tonegria a. .Without First Sending to An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept !

I :, ( f1i: life, on the average, has increased I register and 7,500 dead-

i.I., I \\1. ., ,i in length only 6 per cent. Women wel ht,tons each. Four of these '"General Stores:"! DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HAH
I ; f take life much easier than men. ,
I I are ready launched and six: are The
i' t"" ; <, \ ; belt built-three in the ;yard of Surprise.Store. 4 CLOTHING Etc, Our> priors' are very reasonable, and we are prompt li

) I, all' II,; RAISING PINEAPPLES. Mel r*. D. A. W. Henderson and shipping. One can depend to get good value for Hi

'ml '.j I&' I thr( in that of Messrs. Napier, money. We Sell to Dealers only.Some .

jl i :?' I'Y-' ,, : The, ADVOOATB cannot possibly She las ,& Bell,Yoger. The money ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA "Special Bargains" in HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTHKC,

I. i" I .,j. see why more pineapples are not vaiL I. of the contract represents Suits and Single Pants; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by-us-Al>

.1 .' l:"'\ .', .. grown; in the neighborhood of well to ,$5,000,000. This does FOR SAMPLES of the solute Bargains.* Call on or addressBENEDICT
Titusville, where It has been proven not k as if the many war scares many
I that the flavor of those raised In I and silver agitation had in- -. POLLAK & CO.,

j"b( Ith it : :;::1 i this section is as good as anywhere 'Juree trade of Great Britain to 32, 34",36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla,
t. i ,:. else. Of course-LIke the any tee extent. NEW AND STYLISH GOODS

,f if"!I ,1{,: 4 pineapples grown in the garden" ...
I I Archdeacon Brown JAMBS PBITOHABD President W. M. BROWN Tlce-Presldent
t at TitulvllleI THE MESSAGETo ., ; :
I I '.)I i. they would have to be grown under SHOWN THERE.*** C. S. Schuyler, Cashier .-
? ;NI I; :: 'j' shelter to meet with anything
convened In
I ci ingress, extraordinary -
J';I.', ,', like success, although Mr. R. O. session, contains little *.-* '-- INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
,,9 Scrimgeour is raising some of the more tb an an abstract of the financial It Is the Largest as well as the most Up-to-Dato Stare in the State, and an

1 I J;, \ very best varieties just outside con dition of the country from Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the day received.. ,
I p Titusville without (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.
.covering. With )
.\1 :
I : June 30\, 18ft2! until the present J. U1'. ESTES '
11',"\', reierence to me growing 01 pineapples time, tl lie special session being Authorized capital, $100,000

ri.i 1 under cover, Prof. O. Clute, called fo Ir the purpose of providing Proprietor? of the Surprise Store, Paid up capital, $25,000
of the
r
,
Agricultural
I Experiment; sufficient administer Average
revenue to the deposits, $150,000
I!I' f, L 1, ., Station, says; government' without contracting ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. i -

I, 1' !, ,f ) "The advantages/ of oulture under further' Indebtedness.i'\ The deu Transacts (General Bankinj
holler
over the open field are numerous. '
''I ex machiiv \&, \l course, a "tariff,.
The Mielter ; ,
ny produces more nearly the day Sunday last.
1'' i Ixr natural conditions under which pines law which I shall provide ample rev- Business.
I e t 'i : the f, enue," ant K I says the president, "in ;J. T. Gray, of Bay View, was in town. The Eoseland Inlet Co. has the right '
I'! without roots contend Wednesday. man in the right place in W. W. Russellas Oldest
I /ill'' having the raising rev Tenue duties should be director. Largest t and Bank on the Rhu
t. with. There la leas waste of manure;
J"" ';' : :' moisture Is preserved plants so levied u \Ron foreign products as Pierce Exchange sold on all Foreign Countries.
t ; l ; are more J::' Capt.R. A. Ilardoe met his constituents -
I
ii'i'1: Ii r rigorous, and the fruit l III superior In appouianoo to preserve \' the home market, so in the schoolhouse, Monday night.
1 I"r" d t: and quality; the plants! are protected far as poss \\\tble, to ,our own producers DIBECTOKSljAS.PBtTORABDW.B.BARKBTTPreildtl.
I 1 y I from heavy and cold winds, frost, The sloop Yankee Doodle, Capt. Cook, (
to revive and increase Dr.'C.' P. Platts has moved Into his
.
I ,',1: y ,'." and too great heat and sun. Those are ; of Titusville, was in port this week with of the National Bank of Jacksonville),J HDCRKEB
fine
iIW j t< manufactures\ ; to relieve and encourage new residence n party of tourists. (Vice-President National Baok(*(
; I'i of the
I some advantages/ of the shod over Jacksonville), and W. M. BEOWN.j .
,11. ''
f the open field. The ooat of covering 'agr\iealture\ : ; to increase Judge, Jones was. a pleasant visitor In Peter Kroeger United States marshal CORRE8PONDENTS.Seatioard .
j :! \ I. land Is from t.'KH()) to t\UO; per acre, aocordjng our domesttfe and foreign commerce town this week. from Jacksonville, was here this week ,, National Bank of New York m
', J li.i> to location and cost of material" Ikv, ', National Bank of Jacksonville. HMIAMI
II al1 and coloredoitixens
l If! f .!' \\ ;..to \ develop_ mining Mr. Lainhart preached in the Baptist I Introducing himself to one of our
anti\ building, \ *na to render to labor church last Sunday morning. named Wilcox, who is charged '1"I'.J"USVILLE: FLA.

i WARS, AND. RUMORS OF In every fi ''eJd of Useful occupation Bishop 'Gray will hold Episcopal with selling whiskey without a license. .. ,

I '' the IIbt +Ira! Wages and adequate services here next Wednesday. W. E. Futch, of this place, and Miss
WARS. rewards to which skill ,Mr. and Mrs. of M. llooteo, of New York. were united in .
: .. and Gray, Woodley, were tile holy bonds of wedlock at
Riverbank
Poor old Europe. la In industry are justly entitled." pleasant visitors In town this week. Cottage, Monday evening, Rev. W. A. -
always We ,hope tb\it\ this policy will Improvements on our streets is all the Louder officiating. The bride wore *
r' some kind of a turmoil! wars and have the desire\ effect, and that go now, Mr. A. C. Dittmar having brown silk, trimmed with cream lace
NJ i rumors of wars are forever rife, the of planted a row of one cabbage palmetto and orange blossoms. We wish them a
fd and if the great powers are not ,years prosperity to which trees along his property; also Mr. T. C. long life of happiness.

w ? W fighting each other, they are continually we look each forward new ad\ oa tnba1etratlon the incomingof will residence.The Boas has .planting some in front of his Town Lots Now'on. Sale I

v "sicking on" the lesser fry, SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit
enSURe ,One thin f Is 'very certain, ,
W. C. T. U. entertainment
and maybe taking a slight turn in was a to E. B. Williams & Co., wholesale .
31 they could not be \, much decided
The
very worse success. children all did fruit and
the fun on the side themselves produce merchants, 63 South
N ,
years than their Immediate well. Special mention must be made of Broad street, Atlanta Ga. A..E
their hands predecessors See their KINGSLEYrai Agent For
just'to keep in. From the little
r on the r\oll\ of time dialogue by the Misses Delia advt. on page 5.
\ so
our peaceful vantage ground we )Michael Clara Bell, Cassle Davies and ,
I I read of these disturbances in thepapers there is at j Least reasonable\ groundto Master Perry Saundors. We also must
I r and make hope for improvement, and we not forget Johnnie Van Dittmar U. S. Department of Agriculture Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
i v "they bQt slight oan console ourselve > with the old cute little speech "Good Night". Many Weather Bureau
I f r' impression. on us; we read how and somewhat thanks are extended to those who par 'I _-Jupiter,Fla.

t 1 ,: 2.w'; "gallant little Greece" declines to ,-,,"che.sarn unsatisfactory sara," and proverb ticipated in the entertainment who are The following is a comparative statement CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
possess not members of the
; r' be dictated to her society.
Ii by bigger sisters''our souls in till the- of temperature and rainfall for the
I : h. ,l among the nations, and we admire patient result week ending/ Tuesday, Mar. 16, 1897. all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
of the order
I tlt; her spirit, but we can hardly real. new .of things becomes Vero. -1807- -1890- Fruit and Vegetable Lands
hi apparent. DATE MAX. MIN.. MAX. on
I'( ise the real condition of affairs 10 MIN.
'' s' t79 70 75 Miarni
65
fl' tbat are transpiring so far from 11 78 67 81 68 : River and Bay ,:DBisea ne.

I '' r' ff our shores, and so foreign to our Malabar.John on John bualnO Traynor&. has gone down the river 12 82 67 61 63 .B*" Correspondence Solicited frMam Actual Investors And Settleis.

k quiet existence.: We feel far more 13, 81 63 70 52 Office
Hotel i
: interest in a great prize fight, Mr. and Mrs S. Davis, of Woodley, 1 4 81 71..,, 73 66 ., Miami, MIAMI FLORIDA
i.1 an .
t /i F. TrueMiell and( his .aunt, Mrs., spent Sunday and Monday here. 15: 80 72" 73 66 ,
exhibition of man's inhumanity to W.True doll, loft for points north on 16 _80 72 79 -
.\ man, and of the animal Instincts' Saturday.J. Born, March 14, to Mr. and Mrs. Ole .Total rainfall 69 -
'j' Ilelaetb. for the week: 0:00
I. a son. Mother and child are : inches
inborn in each and every one of us F. Chase of Bay View, was in town, doing well.Bees Departure from normal rainfall for the
.I 1 ; which no amount of civilization Saturday. week: minus 0.40 Inches. Departure
+, are starting/ out In fine' shape, from normal rainfall
will since
ever entirely eradicate. We Miss Is* Forrest gave a pleasant cro- and the prospects for a good honey year plus 0.62 inches. January 1, ..
: ,to.' ; will venture the opinion that where qua party to her young friends, Satur- are excellent. Several hives have already J. W. CKOSK, Observer.
one petlon'readB the accounts of last. swarmed.Slowly .
'
t ''r the really important events which II. C. Starck sailed a party over to but surely the ADVOCATE: Is 5

f' I t I y 'go to make up the history of, the the ocean beach on :Sunday.Mr. : gaining ground all along the East Coast WANTED to FAITHFUL travel for MEN OR ,ieMa,

} ; h + world, one thousand will search and Mrs. C. \V.,JBoJton visited at It WM the first paper on the East Coast established house in Florida.responsible _
e to
wi" fi r I the papers carefully for the latest Malabar Heights, Sunday: again give to be us run the on news Indian that River.steamers were $'780 and expenses. Position perman Salary.

if, news. from the prize ring. Is not _-The---_.Missed- -Lillian.. Con 1 lng- and Laura etamped ent. .Reference.enyelon,,_Enclose'Ph. .'N'self-addressed._../__.' n.__
+ ,, \m a stain upon our boasted education oIurK"nsun. 01 uraut, were Ju own one -- ---r-' --- 'vU"' "'.ar
a i I'' ,I : ? There is nothing very day this week. Sebastian.Beans Insurance Bldg., Chicago. THE, BEST LIQUORS for

.t Soul-inspiring 'in the fact that two Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Schuylor left for the least Money
I I 'men should be Titusville on Monday, on a visit to their
r willing to stand are going forward in
i up on. kMiss large J. S. JOHNSON
Ag'' 'and pound each other into a jelly, quantities.The CO. Jug Trade Sollolted.:
'or try to, nor does It evince Venetla Mima went to :Eau Gal. steamer Della Is Rye and Com. "
noticed
great amount of pluck, as the process any. He on. the train, Wednesday regularly on her new run. going -Mannf Mtarn of Torn CotrDac.(k Holland Blackberry.pergal.Gin..?".....gal..up. ....* IJIOup CalftornU Iroquois? RYf'Vine.per. .car Catawba:.....,._.Port... .*

4 h is purely a matter of dollars ;J. U. Clohecy, Miss Jennie Bowel W. n. Moot, of Jacksonville ....Fishing Supplies. ,Pple Brandies.......Peach.. .. and.. Angelica..... t.COfP
Leslie Ware and Joe Conkling, ill of here this was ... 'IlfM/s!!' Rye. sal.. I ......... J-"nP &tUOdBeer.perdOll ............. lOOnp,
d and cents, and contains none of Tillman, were here week. UoldoD Crown Rye Mr.Jii.... App Imp.8herro'! gal.......... ..00 to. "rt
r on Saturday. Shawn Rye, ,,...... ." "aSS Imp.Op..no ilort, gal.. ....4.00MIOJ
rs+, those elements of honor which in A The schooner Two Bachelors arrived per 1&1. ... rtedG per ....... ...oo to .
the old day. caused men to fight from large Grant party anti of Valkarla young people to attend came up from on Monday wfth freight and passengers. Ksrea Key West cigars/ and tobaccos. Cigars$1.50 per 100
r M i of Cocoa.
with
,duels to avenge real or fancied In- literary, Saturday night Win mall complete money list all orden. AU jags 150. per gal. extra.
price
; suits It is to be hoped that pub. Csft Walter itching with the trade- when desired without on application.. All orders will be boxed
lie opinion,,sided by the stern arm on t Invitations the J8n1lnet.arc out for a ball at Grant 1 boa Merchant, laid over here Sunday Corks Cotton, Leads and Linen Netting; Rope, J. H. extra charge.' Send for price list
,
.' .t the law will in time, put a stop C. F. Worm, of Valkarla ,J. L. Jacobs of .Jacksonville, called Tackle of every Twines' Description, Etc. Fishing MARTIN. 34 & 36 W. Say St.
Hooks
k, r to these disgusting exhibitions, Sunday and Monday was here, on on our citizen this week. Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits; etc. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. .

1Jhlc cannot but degrade the .i Rev. W. B. Tres a delivered two tr': 'l'A..o.'l'ACXLK Jobber of aU kinds of
very
par.r Carroll left for 8PKCIAXTT.' Liquors, Winee.
Alert Grant on Mon- fine sermons to large congregations; and wine trade.. and Beers known to the spirit
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. MARCH 19. 1887. I"



B. Williams &: Go. r of the season, notwithstanding the continued ASR' the reeover4dynpcpttca i,

.(- _. warm weather. The quiet elegance billon G. G. SPRINGER- :
s aufferera, victims of
of this hostlery Is well known in .
IfeTer and ague, the .
I hotel circles, and :Messrs Webb and mercurial diaeaaed r4 ,
Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants.: Alden Cave done a very satisfactory busl- patient how they r.> ,
{ ness In this the of their eov.rsdhealth. ,chor I
first'year pro- fill apirlta Bail food Hunfactorer, Retailer and Shipper Of ---

South Broad St. prietorship. appetite)they will tell '
66 -
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ATLANTA GA. taking; SaM*
Among the late arrivals. at the Plaza you rsbL Rloo- ..
orclgn mud Domestic Fruitse who have come for the remainder of the e LATa. ICE

season, are: Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Crane AND ;,1
.... 4 Beet PaexllyUdlciae
Miss Crane, Laoonla, N. Y.; :Mr. and TIle CbP> *t. U Ihs World

TABLES I \ VBUITS Mrs. McCarty, baby and nurse, Atlanta; For CONSTIPATION.
Mrs. Thos. Thompson, Miss Thompson die.BiilousattacksSIC1HEADACHIf Colic '
.ring Beans. Oranges
.fauliflower. Ogontz, Pa.; Mr. and Mrs. Crtder Belle- Depression of Spirits, SOUR STOMACH, Distilled
Bananas fonte Pa and D. Block the Misses\ Heartburn, etc. This unrivalled remedy 1* WaterRefrigerators I
cra-Olery. Grape Fruit 4'4loumbers. \ ; warranted not to contain a .nltl. particle of
Lemons Block, St. Louis, are also registered MERCURY: or any mineral substance, bat la

omatoea. Limes.. ,;' there PURELY VEGETABLE.containing .
Ice Chests Freezers and ..
ets, Cabbage, Peaches, ( The Plaza hotel Is experiencing a most which an all-wlM those Southern providence Root baa and placed Herbs in '', Water i; .

fcuasb, Pineapples CV. successful season, and has fully sustained countries where Liver Diaeaaen moat prevail. FACTORIES '\
ew Potatoes, Strawberries, ; an enviable reputation for com- It will cur all Dla. caused by Derange r.\;
Plant, Grapes fort and completeness In depart- tent of the Liver and Bowel. Cocoa and West
g every The SYMPTOMS of Liver Complaint are a Palm Beach. "
pparagus. ,Cocoanuts ment of its management. In architec- bitter or bad tame in the mouth) Vain In the t" ,
ERENCE3 Third National Bank, Atlanta da.i Geo.E.Johnson tural design the hotel is both good to Back,Side or Joints,often mistaken for Rh....
mour racking Co.,Atlanta, Ga.; Geo.M.Taylor, W.8. Duncan &; \!;.Candy ante Mtll',ua.Atlanta, look at and eminently suited to the demands Bowels matiHint alternately Sour Stomach costive and Loss lux of; Headache Appetite; '.

of the climate. The big and Loss of Memory, with .a painful sensation of .
.._ genial proprietor knows how to treat having failed to do something which ought to SEEDSSEEDS.
have been done) Debility Low Spirits! a thick ,
13th Inst. Both are doing well. people so they all want to come back. yellow appearance of the Skin and Kyes,a dryoutth .
Mrst' : often mistaken for Consumption.Sometimes .
J. J.' White and several
home Those of who W. \V.attended the dance at the White's Cottage boarded the steamerSt. guestsof disease, at many others of very them fOWl symptom but the attendthe LIVER Beans.. ,Valentine and Refugee. .> ai.PO per. bus. Muskmelon, i .. .. I ma per. lb. t
Otwell Wax .
Varieties a .
Friday last, report and the fast of the disease, and if not 3.211. Turnip, 8klo.< '
Augustine irenerally .
Tuesday morning la .
having spent a very enjoyable Regulated In time! fcreat Buffering: wretchedness Sgnaeh, . 4IK1. fat. lb. Pearl Mllltt. Ida per lb.,frt. paid Zee net Ib v
had
a most delightful outing. They win Cuoumber. 41klo. Vuolta Abglo. Tobaooo gmila, Imported
evening. DEATH ensue.
and
stopped at Lotus, visiting Mrs. Thos. The following highly esteemed perionaattent' I'eae. American Wonder, ....00 per. bus... Stock ai.ooueroi.,'io per Ib.
..
Miss > other early varieties 3.00. Tobacco,Fla, grown: 1-year BOo. oa., s.00 +
Cellie Sams arrived In Green, at "Normandie," and several to the virtues of Simmons Liver Reiul"tonOen. .
Banyan .
Torn, field,varltitlns "
1.110" Hiuuatra "
R.Co. Rev. Tobacco 7fto per es,lane
W. R.
W. s. Holt, Pres. Ga. S. .1 ..
on Saturday last and her other places of note taking the steamer Sugar; all varieties, .. ::1.:11I": ". "
re-opened ]. R. Folder, Perry, Ua.; Col. E. K. Sparks, AI. Manuf'B Leaf Tobaoooa, see<< per oa.,4.00
; '
0 school on Monday to the delight of all again on her return from her southern bony,Ua.; C. MaRhrann i ,Esq.. Sheriff: Bibb Car Watermelon. ,eon., per Ib. I

the pupils.J. terminus, reaching home at 4:30 in the Ga..We! Hon.have Alexander tested Its H.virtues Step.onl.personally,and rrSend for price list to

L. Casper's orange grove Is a thing afternoon. know that for Dyspepsia, .Biliousness andThrobbing L.. CAMERON, Seedsman '
of beauty all the trees being white with A progressive'euohre party was much world ever aaw.Headache It is the forty best other medloin the 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. 11. I

HGIbrn bloom. Mr. Casper certainly has one of enjoyed at Hotel Plaza Tuesday even- bef on Simmons Liver Regulator,but none gaveus .. ..
the than relief but the Regu ------ ---
most )
beautiful homes in the state. Ing, when the following took part: Mr. more temporary .
but cured us. -ED.TEUEORAIMI
Mr.Plummer and Mrs. F. F. Taylor Mr. and Mrs. C. later not only AND relieved MK8BKNOER :Macon Ga.
,
of :
been Michigan, who has G. Banks, Mr. and Mrs. A. U. Smith M. MANUFACTURED: ONLY BY A Fertilizer for Fruit
N G Sunday spending last for some time here, left on Douglas, W. F. Barrett, J. R. Barrett, J. J. H. ZEILIN CO., Philadelphia, Pa.
Rookledge, where he has S. Crane, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McCarty '!
accepted a position. as engineer on the Mr. and Mrs. L. Sohi K. R..
Silver King. D. K. Robbins, Mrs.ling Baker, and Rogers Mrs., Eau Gallie. . .. .. .... ... . "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer"

POWDERAbsolutely R. Creech and Frank Sanders attended Richards. At the conclusion of the '
the'singing; at J. I. Sanders' on Sunday, game the following wore awarded the :Jr1oe Saf51.09';; Per'ToJ:1.: :

and had the pleasure of hearing some prizes: Mrs. V. D. Douglass, lot prize; contlned'to
} Pure. !good music on the organ by little Miss Mrs. C. W. Gray, 2nd; Mrs.\ Bellls. 3rd; Mayor Houston has boon GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :...... .. ,
strength Mamie Sanders Mrs. Ward Barrett, 4th. his house the past week or BO, suffering :Moisture .., . ?' ,. ',,. k .. .,. . .8 to 10 Per Cent.
atecl for Its great leavening attack of :
iltnfulneas. Assures the food against, L'. : afternoon the from a severe dysentery. Ammonia .,. _. .'. .,.,. . . ,,. .. .. .v.,4),1 to 6 ? fl 4r
forms of adulteration common top E. Provost of Lotus, passed through Monday big bay horse .
pd all brands.'' Banyan one day the past week, canvass- belong ng to the Cocoa ice works, while :, commenced The steamer ranking Della her Capt.regular Fromberger run between -, Phosphoric Acid. ,...'. '.Of. . ,4 to 0 1Ii..

BAKING POWDER CO., New York. ing for a book called "War In Cuba." standing In front of White's Cottage on I here and Fort Pierce, Monday.The I Potash (Actual.h..O.) to 8 ". It ;

Judging from the list of names we saw, a delivering tour, wheeled suddenly Mode exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Don I::
we should'say he was very successful In around and ran away, down the avenue; schooner Queen was here on Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash.

his work. just before reaching the river,the small Monday. Capt. Cbas. MoPadden and ..jry: Write for directions for using and further particulars; also' ask for, Iff

Melbourne. We are pleased to hear the familiar colored girl, sole occupant of the wagon, :Mate llatlehurst were about town visiting copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertlll *' :
was bounced out alongwlth the basket old friends. zer Material Cotton Seed Tobacco Potash .
whistle of the St. Augustine Meal; Dust etc. Write for price be- \
a OOODK.-Real Estate and Loans she stops along the island and again takes, on as of clothes and wagon seat onto the Tbos. L. Harrison, of Montreal Can., fore buying. We seek the growers trade direct. ,,4 ., ,
and and and
trot JKtnn, London Liverpool grass,*' the child being stunned i''*
i, and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special freight. If our growers can get rain bruised though not seriously hurt. A who has been visiting friends here the WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co. i-
Ion paid, to the Interests of non realCAELKTON there will be several thousand orates of past fortnight left last Monday for the (
few further the horse dashed
vegetables shipped from Banyan, Brant- tree steps and left the body and hind wheels by a north, via Jacksonville and New York.. The Fertilizer House of Florida, ''"., :"x.

ley and Lotus within the next few of the wagon upon the ground while he Representative R. A. Hardee was here Jacksonville Fla. '
MELBOURNE. FLA.- weeks .
and from what we can learn at
capered with the shafts and front Tuesday, leaving on Wednesday's train
\ nlly situated on a high; bluff, over- least
four-fifths of it will be -- ---
IJ the Indian River. Flrst-olaes acoom- shipped by wheels Fortunately no one was hurt for Coco His numerous friends were 1
'tone,and rate reasonable. the St. Augustine. It is hoped that all though if the horse had gone to the pleased to greet him after so long an .t,1 e
r.ROBERTSONPropdeW our Merritt Islanders will patronize her north instead of south as it reached the absence F recl'k.5 Morse

and help to build up once more respect river some casualty would surely have xx
Ford went to Cocoa;
able boat service on our beautiful river. Deputy-sheriff ,
BOARDING HOUSE:-Th Goode occurred, as at that time of day vehicles
fe on Fountain Heights, Melbourne Is and pedestrians line the river avenue Tuesday, to intercept an absconding '

pen to the public.MRS.For R.terms W. GOODJS.I. address. THE KOCKLEDGE STORE has the about the stores and hotels. day debtor, but who neglected left by boat to reckon earlier on In the the E.A.r.:: .. ESTATE' ': ':: ], ,

finest display of goods along the East Tuesday evening was truly an occas- superior speed of the Iron horse.
Coast. Our assortment Is so large and slon of note in the social world of Cocoa
to the illness of Engineer aru.I.MI. X>n45Lo Oo. Fr..da.XDA.: : :
Casper was In town! st Sunday. varied, that we can supply you with and Rockledge. The ChaUlold residenceat Owing ,
anything need. We make Thompson, the steamer Courtenay was i
F. Metcalf Is in town for a short of supplying you yachting parties.a specialty this place was beautifully decoratedin compelled to lie at her dock this week AGENT FOR' LANDS OF '
evergreens within, and many colored available. The __ \ '. I
other being
PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge.Rockledge. lanterns without, presenting a charming no engineer ., ." .,'
made the run to Cocoa
i Beach was in town last week on spectacle to the guests! as they approached steamer Tuesday Spartan, Florida East Coast Railway Company, '

s. to pay homage to their honored on Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company, (' .,I 4 ,

o. W. Holmes, of City Point, hostess, Lady Washington, who was Impersonated Complaint having been made of the Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Cpmpany. ":' t.
pleasant visitor here last week. by Mrs. E. M. Breese, being unsafe condition of the city dock, the
several ladies council at their last meeting! ,
assisted in receiving by town --- -- .
and Mrs. L. H. Prentice, of Chic.e J. O. Walton was a visitor from the also in colonial costume. The tea was appointed a committee to Inquire., into

among.the many pleasant guests county seat to Rockledge on Tuesday.M. poured and served by a small army of Its ownership, with a view to its Immediate
Carleton this season. fair waitresses who were very sweet in' repair The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co
with his
the
F.'Dwyer, daughters,
|ph Chase, of Bay View, 'was ant Misses Carnillo and Lulu, left Monday their old-fashioned rendered gowns. local A musical talent Attention Is called to the unsafe condition ; Y .
visitor to town last Monday. for New York.A programme was by of the board sidewalk from Highland .
within the parlors while outside upon DEI. STn>:XsO"W, Gr-oxx'l ::J.\tIana.ore:
i many friends in Melbourne. avenue to the casino. A little ., 1
large number of Brooklyn peopleare the lawn the Cocoa cornet band gave repairing would put It In trim again, (LATE CHAPMAN & SUDLOW.) .,
tlons are out for a lawn fete ton registered this week at Hotel Indian many choice selections.. All who attended and this should be done before someone :
by Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Stewart, River. i the "colonial tea" pronounce it falls It and Is hurt South Jacksonville Florida. '
on
Friday) evening, at their prettyn a perfect.success. and can now show..as
.
the bluff. Mrs. M. C. Kiser and her niece, Miss a souvenir Of toe pleasant occasion the The old board of aldermen met for MANUFACTURER OF --
Powell prominent people of Atlanta are and saucer from which the "social the last time Monday evening. The

I city Rochester dock ast, of Eau Monday Oallln evening, stopped on River.making a lengthy stay at Hotel Indian cup cup of tea" was drank. A satisfactorysum newly-elected town officers were sworn FERTILIZERS For Pineapples s Oranges and

and sis- was realized for the further main In and the new town council 'organized.; ,
y south. Mr. Bristol his
The commodious houseboat Rochester' tenance of the Cocoa Library, under the Various committees were appointed and
he i board.Misses Bristol, of Rockledge, of Eau Gallie, left this place Monday supervision of whose members the tea other routine business transacted, after Vegetables and Dealers in Every 'Kind of Raw Material '

with N. Bristol, the Misses Bristol, andMrs. was given. which the Board adjourned until the ,.

Chester MoFadden invited a Lynch aboard, bound for a trip to next regular meeting.J. Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc' Also
r of friends for a sail In his Miami. ,
Can.
IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and T. M. Burnside, of Toronto ,
Queen last r-aturday of to bath MelBeacb1to Mrs. A. J. Canova and her brother, Widely-read Newspaper Subscribe for late Inspector of the Bank of Toronto The Faxn.cn1; :Xar: L-TimoRit: Brand

i partake a sea Geo. Gingras returned Monday from the ADVOCATE. has been spending a short time visitinghis Ammonia'.i ,. .. ., :. ,4. to Oper cent

>ut of time the was'enjoyed by in Miami, by rail. Capt. Canova will arrive old friend Capt. )!. J. Nesbltt Mr. Available Fhos.; Acid, .. ,0 to 8 per cent > J or ifl.OO Per Ton..

"f at twenty time. party those being this week'in his launch, accom- Burnside anti Capt.' Kesbitt were for Potash K 0.; ..,.. .. ... . ... .0 to 7 per cent)
one Among pres-
> noticed Mrs. P. P. Powell, Mrs. panied by a party of tourists. Cocoa. many years Intimately associated In the Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin. Wrlt for

onter, Mrs. R. W. Goode, :Mrs. The steamer St. Augustine with maj employ of the Bank of Toronto, and his Prices Orders for :it tons and upwards. for our brands will be delivered free .f all

IcBride, Mr. and Mrs. Melbourne, cotta sweep, passes twice daily upon her Rev. B. A. Gelger: will preach next and visit ban Mrs.afforded. Nesbltt.much Mr.pleasure Burnslde to Capt.is freight charges/ to'any railroad depot on the East Coast catalogue prices, until,

I Mrs. Mlday, Mr. and Mrs. Baker, tabulated schedule. She had quite a Sunday at the Methodist church, morn greatly Interested In what be has seen further noticeDUREN

es Maud Powell; Annie Goode, lengthy passenger list Tuesday morning, ing and evening. of Florida, and much pleased with Eau ___. __>Y. ___"........ ___ ._. .-_ ___
(Goode, Emilie Bernelle, Emma most of them for Rockledge. Rev. Mr. Johnson, assistant rector of Gallie In particular, so much so that we

Dl ssra.1. :Mattie W. Ely Brown, Howell Carrie Smith Brown, Frank White's Cottage; has entertained a funhouse St. Mark's will conduct services In St.Mark's would not be surprised to see him establish .FEASTER.....
nearly all winter through, and church next Sunday. his winter home among us.
I W. Bonier and Clarence Butler I
me Beach Is truly a delightful Mrs. White says the class of tourists has Mrs. J. :M. Paine carried In her launch Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Ivea were agreeably GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and ;a

a seaside resort, and we hope : generally been the best and most satisfactory Adele the band boys and several othersto surprised, Thursday evening of last ,,

ay to see it one of the biggest of they have had for years. the Colonial Tea Tuesday evening.Rev. week, by the unannounced visit of a Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery; Glass and Tinware.

-'. on the East Coast. The beach The pleasure yacht Seminole .was large party of friends, who came to Your patronage Solicited. ,
Mr. Best preached to large congregations
fine, and no place on Indiana 'I here again Sunday, after an extended on last Sabbath at the Methodist spend the evening In an Informal way TITUSVILLE FLORID,
a better class of settlers than cruise south. On board were Its owner, with cards and social converse. There

) found in that*delightful spot. John W. Slater, of Providence, and his and at church,Point both in morning the afternoon.; and evening, were present Mr. and Mrs. C. Alns- ___.___--.---- --.-.----".,... -_.-" -.,-. --..-----_._------_m.zf. .__.- -

ty and return his first thanks mate to, Mr.: Captain Ely Mo-for guest, Henry W Vaughn. Captain City J. M. Paine and daughterinlaw B.worth Turner, Mr., all and of Mrs.Grand Phelps Rapids and lion., Mich: A. =. ::I :ea.A.t: :: :) az e:: o.

mness to all. The colored waiters at the Hotel Indian Mrs. Asa Paine, left for Minneapolis (the home of Mr.' and Mrs. Ives); Mr.

net Coast River gave their annual cake walk on Monday. Captain Paine spent a and Geo. F. Hanna of Cadiz, 0.; :Mrs. Grocerles, Grain. Hay, Garden'Seedl Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit.
Chautauqua Assemblyn Wednesday evening in the dining room John McAllister Mr and
longer time than usual on the river this A. W. Sweet, ,
at this place to-morrow (Sat- of the hotel. An elegant embossed cake season, and enjoyed a couple of days on Mrs. Geo. O. Qleason and others, who And Food Products of all kinds. ' pveoing, the 20th Inst., and will was awarded to the successful "walker." Lake Poinsett fishing and hunting.Mr. were charmingly entertained by the Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In k

T ten days. Season ticket for T. T, Porter and W. H. Mill, of New genial host and hostess, not to mentionthe the above line of good We'invite your correspondeqce and solicit your patronage I1.
rill be $1; children under twelve, D.-R. Johnson left, this week, for brilliant
their
rendered
at the New Rock- assistance by Very truly E. L. BRADY A DUO. Tltusville, Fla.
i. 15 cents will be charged for Haven, are stopping the Jupiter section, where he possesses a Helen Ives who ,
little Mis ,
(mission to the evening lectures, ledge; also T. Mould, Mrs H. Mould, fine homestead. Several laborers also daughter, bachelor of '
of the
pn concert nights when it will Goshen, N. Y.; Mr. and Mrs.: Coleman, went to prepare five acres of ground for captured the hearts "
Turner and McAllister.
its. The talent engaged is some Herbert Coleman, N. Y., and Jas. Daly, pineapples. We shall miss Mr. Johnson the e-v.nlng-e8I1rs.. THE DECANTER. .

,est In the country, Including Rev. Jacksonville. from our streets, and trust ha may meet .
fakefleld, Hiram, O.; Prof. W. J. .. Cook's tourist party, with the regulation with good success In the pineapple In The lawn fete and entertainment, '
rick, Philadelphia; Rev. J. J. number of thirty, the last for the dustry. given; at the residence of Mr. J. 11. Gilbert itenaker

[Jacksonville; Rev. GecJ. M.Ward, present seaaop, visited this place Tuesday The ladles of the A vllah gave a Colonial last Tuesday evening in aid of the Lesley & ,
[Park Rev. Wm. M. Shaw At- building fund of St. John's Episcopal
; and Wednesday, stopping meanwhile '
Tea at the residence of Mrs. E. A.
(IllS Ideal,, DeLaod; :Mrs. L. D. at Hotel Indian River. The mem- Chattield, at South Rockledge on Toes- church, was attended by at large gatherIng Foreign and Domestic Brands of Brandies Bums Gins and Whiskies
enjoyed the delightful ,
<1, Mrs. C. D. MaeLean and bers of the party were highly pleased attend who thoroughly wIDes1 .
There
day evening was a large
Low rates will be made at allIs with the quaint attractions of Rockledge. ance of people along the river and from entertainment given under the dlreo- Bottled les and Stoat..-
and houses to suit tlon of J. Arlington Gilbert ably assistedby
s. Any boarding Information desired will rMr. and Mrs. J. V. Prince, ''who are tba hotels. Many were dressed In Colonial Mrs. W. J. Nesbltt, Miss Florence A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard 'and'Pool Tables.

f ally given by Rev. E. W. But among the most Indefatigable fishermen costumes and looked beautiful. Hodgson, Ml* M. Grace Gilbert, Ilea Family and hotel trade I. solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall i
here this winter, with Mr. Upward The programme was a full one, and well order. LOSLKY 4: RENAKERTftuavilleVia.
tary, or any of the directors, R. visiting Annette Paddtson, and Messrs. Engene orders. Cash must accompany your ,.
and family, made an excursion to rendered. It was a success; and the and Ernest
de, Thos. Chaffee T. \V..Wells, ''' M. Randall, Harry Hodgson
Ifcillips, E. P. Branch, Geo. W. the point of the Island Tuesday by sailboat event of the season. 'Everyone present Taylor. A recitation by Mr. I*. D.
ud Dr. A. E. Lyman.Banyan. Mr. Prince having caught lll -Ibs. enjoyed them ehea. The Cocoa Cornet Lockwood, of Melbourne, was a pleasing .
'
In one day's sport from same place, a : Band added much to the entertainment feature of11 the programme. The large THE JOHNSON LAW CO
day or so previous.The of the evening. ground surrounding the house were ,

New Rockledge hotel has been op tastefully decorated and hung with '
to It._ accustomed "notch" the entire YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Flab- many-colored Chloe lantern, makinga Electrical and Machinery Supplles." .
ing Tackle ever brought tto Indian In the starlight,
Snell spent Monday night/ in season, both In numbers and fine ac pleasant promenade
''River at the Rockledga: store. Do not refreshment being
atfon. The proprietor Mr. lea cream sod other 'K..Uf1rrACT11JiEB" &O&1lft FOB ,.tHigh
,
comm fail to call and examine this fine stock. Toe of ,4
do much served under the tree um
and his good wife, very and t
Shares
reeds and family were ylaUJq for the enjoyment Putout: A: HATCH, Rockledge. MO was realized, making a neat little Grade Machinery i Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors ,
their-cordial {
In way Generators Warren Altrenator llornsby-Aekroyd oil engines Morse, Williams%
i Tropic on Sunday last. Bemls U addition to the fund. ,
of the guests; while Manager Co. Elevators HPVCIALTIZflt Xtaotrlo Tan.Bewlaf_ ... eta D eDtal meson, kea
Porter left here for Madison Unless In caring for their every comfort If yon want a bargain just read the Clad.Blow speed MolUpoter Mfo.* beavlmt factory work. Inproved stress raUwar ..gtupr.
i Thursday of last week. tad amusement advt of hotel, cottages, furniture, land -There I*over Oft of water'on New Baa*,BUMtom la Aetifu sod aonstroetlon. Folly r-no&eed and prleea right. ,

I. f Ragan presented her hns- Hotel Indian River U enjoying this etc., for ale on our 6th page. This I. a bar at nigh tld v says the barS .. III.BOP. .8IIIICW. JACLNriIYILLR, PtAtileMauom '

a Un-pound baby girl on the ,week oDe of Its most successful week a good thlpg! for some energetic hotel man. pilot of the ftbove town. ,-'.1 y ,H Wed rorsytb M, Repair hop,M09 Main Bt. I"

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LINE.Florida THE COLONNADES HOTEL COQDINi ]

\ A CITY LOVE 80NO. THOLDEST MALLORY STEAMSHIP ,, A

4 AU .......s.rge wr e.w ...elend..' New York (On tie Peninsula opposite Daytona.) Open December 3rd.H ..
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,, I; IB war the .ow. eanas WM* Boston.
n'' I' ,Ii. For U .dy three pair baekMr Philadelphia and SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.
I love has Imllt a nest for yon. ,AND THE BEST Ulna; from BrnnawU, Os. direct to x' ew York. > ORMOHDJMMUJ
There, oak secured from dune and bores PASSENGER SERVICE. delightfully situated is
I, ', Well crow domestlo as yon' wish. Cumberland :Rou": This hotel is ;
and
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And boy oar poultry a'the stores, J via Fernamllna F. C. R/ Ly. FLORIDA.
me
I i ; ': And In the. market boy eras flub. Cough-cure, tbe most ,prompt and tv Fernkndina St. AtiBustlne J..IIO p illM m| AT p Brunswloic m; I/c tt.30 p m.11111y' eS 8pt heated by steam; has Electric Lights,

, ,. I r' Through the long day I'll read and write effective remedy for diseases of the Bunda'" > St. Ante- Sulphur and Sea Baths etc. It Is the
Via Eceret6; ,all rail.F.0.& P.It)', and So.Ry. SURF BATHG AID
DRIYIKG
,, ; And sigh tbat work Is long to do throat and lungs, is Ayers Cherry 'Ulltln.9lIOam; Jacksonville 4.00 p m! Ar Brunswick .80I all-the-year-round hotelon a t.
. And langb with joy', ray' heart's dallght. PectoralAm an emergency: medicine p m. Daily.' Fassengers allowed on board}onupperThW'llda)" most pleasant at
1 To think that work if done for "00.j Coast.Rates$2.60 Specialties Ormoniti3r
t tI for the cure of the East.
j And. when the winter evenings come PROPOSED SAILINGS
, I We'll bar the. door and stir the flre Croup, Sore Throat, Lv.New York Pier 21 B.R.,t:gO.d.m, (Standard Time.) lv.Brunswick.FrldayF'nb.20 and $3.00 per day. For Circulars, address,

fI And tell old tales of;yonth and home Lung Fever and ........ .....................COLORADO ......................lI'rlday. Mar.6
I I And memory and tb. heart's de.trmt Friday, Ma'. .6.:........:..... .............RIO ORANDE.......... ,...... ...........Frlday, Mar. 12 $12.60 to $15.00 per week. SEISER & YINING
t ''Sy .trife.W.I Whooping Cough Friday M.. 12............. .............. ) ,.. .. .................Frlltay 1'1101'.111: ManagerORMO4DBYTHESEA
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y I B.our..bor. city's a vS .:/:,.\ ... ... .:.Friday: Mar.26 POST Proprietor.
Friday Mar. 19....,..... ............. GRANDE. C. C. ,
'' L ( And flower hear tb.will running"bloom .boat Broadway my wifeMore tide, AYER'SCherry Friday,Mar. 26.,..........r............r..n..COLORADO..........................:..Friday Apr. :il {- : .

I"" fair than those that decked my bride. Forgenera3 Information. steamers trains rate etc! .apply to any railroad agent or to ,
y W.snail not mfr the woodland bow.r, Pectoral A.P. MUIIYHY: Age nE Fernandina Fla. di B. DA Agent,220 W.Bay Bt.Jaokeonviae.
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( S. The ....0 of the woodland throng H.lt. RAYMOND, General Southern Ag.u ,Sronawlok Ga.C. Jacisonville's Hew Fire-Proof Hotel.
4 I, be ,N.Y.
I ; ;, f For love shall be our golden flower cannot equaled. .H.MALLORY.General Agent,Pier 110, B. RIver, and a88 Broadway I
I J ,\, And love hall be your golden _Il.I' K M. BRA WLEY.

I'' "II" S Picaroon in New York Bnn. -, "-- the D. D.American, Dis.. Sec.Baptist (of. o ::a:'.A. s. :e i." 1:7 :tMr: & 'OOu Hotel Geneva Par, CottageWest

,: VISIONS WHICH WARNED. Publishing Society. Petersburg DEALERS Df ,

i,. I ,', he InutMoes Where Dreamt of Hone Va., endorses it, as a cure for violent :p-al.n.e: "W1JQ.OS: :: and Ll.Q.: 't10rS't Palm Beach Floridil
I 4. 1 'e.d :lire' Came T...... colds bronchitis, etc. Dr. Brawley Cor. Foraytb.; and Cedar 8..., .
,41T, A 419 W. BaJ'St.,
Dreams like girls "are and also adds: To all ministers suffering \\\ (4
queer \ uK
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.- Jacksonville Fla.
...- ) (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciana
ff/J FLA. .
I dreams wherein horses. figure largely from throat troubles, I recommend JACKSONVILLE, )

'a\. I I f; lake rank among the queerest. In the RICH WINES create good rich healthy Modern Improvements Baths, etc, on ,-
: r It" t year 1890 It gentleman entered a promising AVER'SCherry' ., blood' Don't make the mistake orL1I Every ifloor. ,Gas and Jflectrio
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I ,V\llft buying sour poor wine because. It ischap. Elevator. Artistically Located on the Lake Front. Veranda: !
I pacer for: a race to come off sometime iOBS It Is not. It has a nasty disaKreenble Lights Passenger
I during tbe summer. He was H D "'::::.. effect upon the system while a and Elegantly Fur- ,overlooking beautiful Lake
I J 1 speeding the horse on the last of the Pectoral .-: """"'""-- ___ food l wine is really not expensive, ands nished. ,.'. '.' Worth

now and wrote to hi* wife who was .atisde-.
'L Bates $2.00 to $3.00
I per day.
E )f% '} of North Carolina Rates Day from $2.00 to $3.00. .
+ )sl; i, / visiting in a distant town, that his ; jar'Mountain We make a Dew Specialty Corn:Whiskey, three per
prospects for: a race horse were Awarded Medal at World's I'm.AYER'S v Special rates
rosy. yean old,f2 BO per gallon. Weekly. ; Rates on Application. by the Weel|
4$ ',. That night the lady, although not especially "J: alb Parties living In Dry Towns will do Kate for the Summer.ED. .
w PILLS Curs Lher and Stomach Trouble well to order from us as we can save Special
admirer of horses dreamed 4 all M. J. ,YARBOKOUGH:
an .. tj1 them M per cent on orders. ,
that she was sitting In the stand watoh ------- ---------- ...... /. KST orders. L. OWENS, Prop.
,S{ft, fug the finish of the race wherein her' :'v_ ...!!!! We not opennewnacoou unless Proprietor
) 7 Investigation Of Rates On h suitable Jacksonville reference Is Riven.;
husband's horse was to take part.; Replying /: No Goods sent 0.0. D to Dry Towns.
;' to the letter she said that his Vegetables. /Ji:{;? 7/f"'t f"" ""t ..,Jt. Agent for Indlanopolls Brewing Co., !MT" GIVE TilE "ADVo'CATE.ANADVT.
Brewers and Bottlers, Indianapolis, Ind. It is a Good Advertising Medium [Remember, the ADVOCATE Tits
i I horse would win the race the last heat Hercules Malt Tonic'2.25 per ease; Clayton& Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, .110 per case. for those who. want to increasetheirbueiness. viue, does all kinds of job printing, Gln
1 :. several lengths ahead of a gray horse,< Complaint having been made to the us a share of your work.]
1"I the only other one she saw in her dream, ,
I Interstate Commerce'Commls lon by -------

.. I and that the judge announced the timeS shippers of vegetables Gainesville .
i :110)(. The letter caused ''a good deal Flow ,
\ :, McIntosh and other points to RARE CHANCE !
of amusement in the family during the
i months previous to the race and finally New York and other northeastern cities The Lakeside Inn *
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I 'l when the day came five horses started' ", that the rates ncharged by Florida

I t' '' among them being a dark gray. Tbe railroads and their rail and water connections Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla. '
I dream came true in every respect for transporting such shipments Hotel ,
I r5 the race (being won in three: heats, and are unreasonable, unjust and unlawful ,HP aim.: Beach, Florida.

at the finish the gray was the oily one under the act to regulate commerce and t
In it, the rest just coming into the
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i stretch time 3:20: > The dream I can alleging that such charges are relatively ,VI'of Five! minutes walk north of Royal Poinciana hotel;, five minutes from"GCeIi.

'conch for: as I saw tbe letter weeks before higher than those made on vegetables beach. An ideal location;''first-class accommodations at moderate prices Rata,

the race took place.' carried from the same points for about '12, $2.00 and"$3 per day. Under the management of John G. Jlolland,. pnoprle
K I d''. Another who the like distance to Chicago, and that
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gentleman was sleeping
Blue Mt. Lake'House, Adirondacks, and Gananoque Inn, Thousand\ Jslamk(
tl at an inn beside the track: where his the rates to New York are much higher
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I .horses were stabled dreamed, that he saw than ten years ago, although the railroad
: r the window of a stall containing a valuable vegetable traffic is now many times

H ij t+ young hone being stealthily opened greater and the market price of vege- Hotel Granada
,
i from the outside. Then fire flashed
+ tables has since been
I and fell among the straw revealing the greatly diminished ...
r' } horses to a state of terror pawing and the Commission has Issued an order for T a

''lh) ,j snorting loudly The dream was so Investigation of rates on vegetables from Is Slt-VLetted: on.' the
;i he all shipping in Florida to New
vivid that points
awoke and fancied that
Indian River at Eau Gallie Florida. It is one of the best places on the Eul
'i ,be could in reality hear the horse striking York and other northeastern cities, and ty'', Coast for Deer hunting, Duck and Quail shooting both salt and fresh water flit I
\ i 4 k the walls of his stalL He partially has set the case for hearing of all interested -a ing. And.all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is supplied with sulphur batiil
+ ,dressed and ran out, and not a moment! shippers and the carriers at the Has a launch making short trips tp different points of Interest free of charge( fa I

,,; 13 II t too goon Some miscreant hid thrown a U. S. Court Rooms in Jacksonville Fla., use of guests. Rates: $2.00 to $2.fiO per day; Special rates by the week
.e cloth burning and soaked with oil
0 at 10 o'clock GLEASOX BROS. Manage' I
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through the window. This had ignited on April 1807. a. m.

p''' the straw and in a few seconds more "
4 the horse must have perished though "Where Doctors Disagree.

i + fortunately as it was be was but slightly 4 i
injured.-Trotter and Pacer. There has been a great deal of disagree tThe
% I: p4 ment from time to time about the ther- :
AI Tue Expert' WI&o.... apeutic value of sarsaparilla In the above out represents roughly HOTEL Du NIL, at Sarno, Brevatd N
1 I The present custom which permits main, outhorlties deny any particular County, Florida, which Is only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallle, Fla.,
((1 Iff medical value to the plant. "It's justin and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Flonda East Coast R'y. Has
each side to call in its
own expert! and
depot postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and
old wife's And seven cottages are located on
1 remedy, they
", I' j' ; pay him for his testimony i. calculated In the main they are right. say.There are teD acres of land fronting on the Eau Galllo River, with view of Indian River on yFy _
r \ JI to produce anything but expert testimony about a dozen varieties of sarsaparilla the. east less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2+ miles away. Ispractically ,
.. I unless the tam expert applies to scattered through various countries, and new-buildings oompleted in 1800. The hotel and every ,cottage is
L: I manipulation of facts to suit his client's of this dozen only I one has any real furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian -
t )I'' oall It would be about as conducive to curative power. So a man whose experIence ; wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns all connected give ample supply of the
} '\i' justice if each side were allowed to retain might honestly say there was little beat of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former
i I: and pay; a judge and jury of its value in them.; The one valuable sarsaparilla owner John Green, who died, and the property' now owned by Col. Aaron A.
I i own. In fact the practice is so obviously is found in Honduras C. A. Mon- DeGrauw lllb of Jamaica, Queen's County New York, whose address until April ,1sts
I '' \l;: calculated to defeat instead of aid irdes. a physician of Seville:! records the Oak Fla. There is a large pavilion 100 feet .square, cement floor, cement 3
tfI
ntroduotlon of sarsaparllla into walks, water works and garden. Best of hunting and fishing, fresh and salt water 'warl
Spainas
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; the fends of justice that it is difficult toy
I 3 t ", a result of the Spanish discoveries of ailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing, beautiful yq
\ 1 see how It ever originated. The mere the New World between 1530 and 1545. scenery; and the whole ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every l GdGfv
;S fact that a witness /is employed and but the root did not accomplish much. convenience with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original -
paid by the defendant or plaintiff unconsciously But he adds, "a better sort soon after cost to John Green was $''8,000) ; now for sale at $59,000; half cash and half on
.. I w ) enrolls hint on that side, camo fron Honduras." It is this"better time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Address
Its'' and there are few experts whose testimony ort" that Is used exclusively in Ayer's D. L. GAULDEN Titusville, Fla
; I ,,W'' Pt P is not modified by such an arrangement Sarsaparllla. And (It Is the use of this
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This custom has led so of. "better sort" that has given Ayer' Sarsaparilla :! 'IiCan

I a} ten to a flat contradiction regarding prominence over all other varieties -
.I & 1 facts! between opposing authorities that I by reason of its wonderful cures
the lof blood diseases. Send for the cure- you detect the chaff ,
I general public has lost confidence in ,
I f : book a "story of cures told by the
'' ; such testimony. This is, of course, 4
very cured. Free. Address
I J. C. Ayer Co., -,
unfortunate M It is beyond question Lowell, Mass from: the wheat ?
; that a man who has devoted hi. life to .
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I } ', a study for instance, of poisons and When men-of-war hawks 8y high It "

'I r W!, position their effects to judge on the of body the probabilities is in a better in II prepare a sign for of olear blow.. sky. ; when they fly low, t SAFETY !r COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES !

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1 r a given case than the ordinary layman Finest Cnlalne and Service. :No Transfer between JaokaonvUIe and Mew Tork.'
or' physician. Under a system where the The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i .
1 S ', r expert is called by the court no question \Tl/ANTED FAITHFUL MEN OR "Comanche" (new) "Algonquin '""boqnois "Cherolee "Semlnoli!L I|
I 1 VV women to travel for .
'I' ; x .of bias could be raised, and science responsiblestabllshed *,'
a ,, + 'would not be disgraced from time to e house In Florida. Salary .4 North-Bound. ', "
.if' '780 and expenses. Position pertnannt. Stamen are .. 1d.. .
j at time by those who are willing to trade Reference. Enclose self-addressed From JACKSONVILLE' FLA., (callin--------at Charleston). 'isun'da'ys, Tuesdays and dorsals'
on their scientific From CHARLESTON 8. C., Mondays: Wednesdays and Fd.NFor
reputation.' -Popular tamped envelope. The National Star hour of sailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and' Charleston dally pep's
Science Monthly.'
Insurance Bldg., Chicago. KEATING South-Bound. '

.. %?LInrL,2Jl! >oilJle<1*sail. from Pier:2s East" River New York at 8 m. as folio"*'
\ (See that Curve)) CHARLESTON, 8.0 1 .' 1II00day. Wednesdays and rds
,5 {' For JACK ONV .EYLAaningatCharieetos and W .
+ ), Mondays, Wednesday |
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The chaff of wheels
II I are made to sell-not to ride' *
Ij I with economy as a partner. The KKATWO is the wheatof Boston and JacKsonville-DIRECT LINE (Freight only.)
-j wheels. Contains the good-the substance of all im (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
I NI This provements. The Double! Roller Chain and Improved STEAMERS "QEO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE,"
," I ,,1 Divided Crank Shaft alone, place the Seating "305 days are appointed to sail as follows tTR1JRdDAY -
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From foot of Hogan Street,Jackson Lewis' Wharf,
: ahead of them all. Our beautiful Catalogue tells of JTom .
FRIDAYS.Leaves
b friction reduced. Send for one. ,

I ,, ,a I : HJLIIIL44! is the KEATING WHEEL CO., MIddletown, Ct. c

{ Clyde's St., Johns River Line.

1'. W. BEERS Agent St. Augustine, Fla.
IIF l very best (I>E BABY LINE)

The'Elegant.,Iron Bldewheel Steamer
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.

SmokingTobacco CAPT. W. A. 8ILW.X. .
BICYCLES.Best line in the State. .
appointed to sail as follows>
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: r- Jacksonville a:80 p m.8nud.ye T e.da r, and Fridays for I

: j -' r Leaves Sanford Sanford Kntedrrille 1,00.. m..and Mondays In"rme, Wdnesddayhaad Saturdays th. 8t.John.for Jacksonville Binr..

SOUTH BOUND.
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MJTHT, $150.00. Bead down. SCHEDULE. NORTi ;

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[ 1. &: DICKINSON, Proprietor. #I..
EAST COAST i
HOTEL SYSTEM \ '
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,house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished: Is now GRAND VIEW HOTEL. \
Ueverbefore furnish
prepared. a comfortable home to tourists and
ling public generally.. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my uld friends And Other East Coast Hotels Reached
Suit Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla.? -s Titutcv111e, li'loridfn. by \ .

,r 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. f
plied with all the market affords-such as game, fish,.oysters, eta The Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau, Bahama Islands. ;w j
New hotel, new furniture, modern Improvements. A carriage meets all trains for the convenience Of guests. A first-class laun The Miami and Key West. Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.
E: PALMS Fronting on beautiful Lake dry attached to the hotel. (lUllroad Schedule on I'age 9.) ,.j, I
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Worth. Now open for the winter of 00 1 J. G. BAST, Proprietor' ST. AUGUSTINE, 4
and 'U7. $ ,
2.00to3.00perday. Special( << '
by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. i Hotel Alcazar, .\ 41 I'' ,

-J, A. HAPPERSETTE.SST .. JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. I l

AN BEACH: I-IOusE.- =AN -cTER* I OT=I Hotel Ponce de Leon. l *" f: ''';.

t GILLIS & MURRAY, Manager, "

ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN; ', TITUSVILLE, Hotel Cordova,: : f'',,,'

site Dayton near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates Indian River. Rooms only.. ,
to location of rooms. House open all the year. +. .

Address MRS..H.C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, :Fla. Fla.- '. Casino, .4
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r .w '' + tfr ;, J. A. HAPPERSETTEHANAOKK. A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent. I,

ftAISF JUAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths. i :
modern, homelike hotel, with every con- a. : Bicycle Riding Academy, Tennis Courts, Bowl I
jenlence; northern white help. Write ing Alleys, Dance ,and Entertainment Hall and, l''
Orlando, Fla. for book. Open the year round. Open All the Year. ... ...... Theater. 'J,

oBilo >. r." 'z:
Hotel Ormond .; Y,,(. '. ,
Only' a few minutes' : ,
BUCKINGHAM New Opposite Family Alcazar Hotel.: and Extensive Ponce grounds.do Leon. .. walk from Railway stations I ? ANDERSON; & PRICE, Managers. k I "
and Steamboat land-
Large room Rates reasonable. Jngs. PALM BEACH, tPalm ( (

St. Augustine, Fla. OEO. C. HOWE. On the banks of the Beach Inn, "'' :" .
'far-famed Indian River. I.
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Best Location in the''City. Directly ,, ;'\' I
L GRANADA Hotel Royal Poinciana < '" :
facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. :
)? Rates $2.60 and upwards per day. :aO't'EL: : :EJt..JEJ "'"' : FRED STERRY, Manager. *. ". <' *( ,

St. Augustine; Fla.H.. w. WACHENHUSEN, Prop., Melbourne- .. Florida. I'" I' J
Palm Beach Casino : -- I ,
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River.) lt :)i ;
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House and furnishings new; Modern; ,, Hot alt Water Baths, Swimming 'Poo,,'; t, J''
pierce Hotel conveniences No better :fishing and r Surf Bathing, Bicycle Riding Academy, Gun dab \ "
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h .. hunting in the State. MIAMI'"fr I' --j ;"'.J.
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NDIAN'RIVER[ ,, Near Xriet. Fort, Pierce,Fla. Proprietors. Royal Palm, : I !
Formerly of New Haven, Conn. it H. W. MERRILL, Manager. ,
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Casino A. WATSON
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Management. Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths. Swimming Pool, i J
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KEY ,WEST.. ., :' !J
One intents from Railway Depot i near postoffloe,churches and school. Flrnt-oIaM laundry In Hotel Key West '," ,
*' connection with hotoU Rata I KM. to S3 00 per day t special nte by the week or month. / : I
\y. R. CAMPHKIX, Proprietor. .. $4.00 per day and upwards m Opened February 4, 'o.v J ,
Mrs..B. M. CAMPBELL, ManaereM| .
LEON H. OILLEY Manager. "'r
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dge:, Fla. : Opened January, 15,' 1897. FORMERLY LYNN'S HO'rEL.onsQu Send to general offices.II: St. Augustine. for souvenir folders of the East,Coast" ,i .'.,".,\ ,)I.' .I1 1,

s C. B. KNOTT \ '. '' it'
IS $300, AND UPWARDS PERDAY. <6 'I, ;
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Sailing, rowing, fishing, banting, riding and driving.

S. H. PECK, Proprietor., :
Plant 'Resorts. r
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anaglng Partner of, The Arlington. '''Petoakey, Mich., a summer hotel, ; ;
:ity for, ,300 guests. Bells In 4. + ,J 14 1.
.' 'I New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout l Electric every room. 4 it +<
Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza Overlooking the Bay, with fine v }
Ocean..View. All white help. Rates $2.00 per day and upward. Special Weekly i r ,
Rates. Sample Room. M. W.. EATMAN, Proprietor ,1 1 iI
olers' EoteL1c" .. .. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA" Tampa Bay Hotel, TampaMa.Casino '.

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reet, <- Jacksonville, Fla. 7i11 :j ., Theatrical Swimming Auditorium.Pool. ,'tL') ! :::LiocillrcL: a-/J ( m
'r .' Bowling Alleys Attached : I. WIi
is Hotel is now under new management V i Rates, $(H)0) per day: and upwards.. ., I 'j,;.
4 D. P, HATHAWAY
St. George. Street, "+Manager ", ,, ,

is been thoroughly renovated throughout p ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .

Hotel Bcllcviow, Bollcair, Fla.. \ ,
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ets all Trains, and Electrlo Cars pass door. Bath rooms and alls located in the center of the \
on every floor.Oxon. wit city, midway between the post- Rates, $3./10/ per day and upwards. .' '''J".; .M. ; i,I
..Alithe "Yea.r. office$and City Gates. Its surroundings W A.. BAKICON; Resident. Manager. f 'f ';'1'

American Plan, $2 to $2.50; European, SOo to $1. Special by the week. (care exceedingly picturesque .. ., ",1 ""i.1'o\

... Mrs. F1NLEY, Proprietress. i' o. by the anyprival grounds| being hotel unsurpassed In- The Seminole, Winter lark, fIn. ;;t ., ,,4. : If

the city. :
Rates..1.. $:.1.50 per day and upwards \ ', '!%,\\ ,'"'II'' ,1." "I

iw Hotel Elliot Terms:-$2.00 per day. ,,' A. ..... DICK, Resident .Manager. Yo, .. '\ 1 .,\,:
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ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. The'.inn, Port Tampa, .Fla. : '. I -( -,? :,it
I Bridge Sts., -" JACKSONVILLE, FLA. I Electric Belle, Hot and' Cold ,
I hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms BO, 75c. $1,' $1.50 "t Baths. r, Rates, 3.00 per day and upwards. .0 r"t.
ay; with board $2, 2.1\0.13\ and $3.50 per day. Special rates by I J. H. MURDICK, Resident Manager. e
nth and for large parties.. Overlooking St. Johns River.; Newly and Mrs. J, V. Hernandez & Son. .. ,;::r '
IrnUhed; all modern improvements; two blocks of union depot, Clyd .
and postofflce. ,. Hotel Kissimmee Ki&simmce Fla.,' A' .' ,
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BOWDEN
J. 1; T. Proprietor Manager. '
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The Holly Inn : .- Rates, $2.50. pet day and upward ;v*. I I
a- D. BUTLER, JCealdent.M.nager. ; .
STANTON HOOSE.D. t '
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..J. JONES. Proprietor. : oj' ."
Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax ,i.;River, which Is unsurpassedfor Rates, $.1.00 per day and n j p ;,
P. Y, BROWN,- Resident Manager. ', ':.$\ q rf
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I Families: Good.BlcycJe.ad.*.. Excellent Table. ''Carriages meet all trains. < Hotel Punta Gorda, ,Punta 'Gorda; Fla. '.:?'h : sY *

9 .. Rates:-From $2.50 per day d,. i '
Rates, $3.60; per dasand upwards. Jr'*,
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-.' ,FLORIDA. I Centrally located between both.'depots. Airy room., good table, pore drink- In the center of the city,bu Male Street, the dividing line between eut and west'
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Ii : one block from Bay.! Xverytblas entirely new. Elegantly'furnished Wronghoat.8aperbr r
r new hotel with an modern improvements. !Located on park one Ingwater.Rates: $100 per day; special rate by the week or month. CulaIne and Service, Baa meets til trains. Terms '$XOO pa day and. vl! '
lotd Royal Palm commanding splendid Tlew of Blscayna Bay.. Rates CHR. F. FISCHER: pro.. ..___.' upwards.. Special rates) by the week. ,1'(. L. WARD, Proprirtoc. ;' v
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at. y yrt the West 10:20: a.Jupiter-where m. train, and the on our conductor arrivalat May Day. Picnic--.:. at' Cocoa. New York Dental Parlors THE BOBBINS & GRAHAM C

kindly' stopped the Nassau Express to COCOA, March 1.7, 8O7. i .1 1
l allow us to get off-Mr. T. A. Snider, of..
Cincinnati, met us with his launch,tnd Editor. Advocate :. Paid Up Capital $$25OOO.OO.
I rt;l kindly lent his services for the day. Dear Sir t-Will you kindly note In. the
We steamed for Ilobe Sound and first LOANS REAL ESTATE.
"pink paper of the East Coast" the tact LAW ,
visited Mr. Brown's place, Sprlngbank that Cocoa or Oleander Point Is as usual ,
l : r going over his pineapple plantation, etc, on the tapis for our annual May Day Regatta -
with ,much Interest. Thenwe' took a
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I run up the Sound, returning to Mr. Tours, CONTRIBUTOR. Permanently Located.Nearly We have for sale a large' list of carefu
For Bale, Holder's fine winter home on the Island, opposite State Bunk of Florida. .
River
and lunched a la picnic on the ocean 'Street. selected Indian : Properties.
for ma- East Bay
HEADQUARTERS Singer Hewing At No. 11 1
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sunshine was
I Common and fancy pineapple plants.and nicely beach tempered where tile by the warm refreshing breezes chines., W R. Knox,-agent, TltusvllleMILLINERY. ALL OPERATIONS? GUARANTEED; Agents. for Sale of Lands of'the Florida Coast L
Lemon
select from.
Forty acres to Grand Co.
k wafted over the merry throng by Prloei wilt b. tee : Canal and Transportation
J Ifr ether citrus trees. Old Ocean. After promenading Mr. .. ,..Fellow'I.OO&U
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!a ., JAMES HOLMES, Solder's grounds, we left at three 0 clockto (Other fold FUlfi.8.Irregularities\ ..... .,.... ... ... ./10 to 11'00 CA1.'VA.x.; : ... L 1'TDS.:
i Jensen, Fla.of .." .......... 8.00 to
of catch the 4:10: train at West Jupiter ... PIAtell................ .
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I .r y r All very much enjoyed the day's outing Full Sete(very best) Florida Southern Railway,. Jacksonville Tampa &; Key West Railway C
w Land For Sale. and the party came to the conclusion corrected. Lands. DlsstoD Company's. Indian River Loam and Investment 0?
that as an entertainer Mr. W. Gordon and DRESSMAKING. a Your patronage solicited.F. and other Low Priced Lands.
I Brown Is hard to beat. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager.
s Lot at Myers, ,Fla, and 80 acres of Mesdames Cook (whose name was unintentionally Phone 671. Jacksonville. Fla. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
Und on Hawthorn Creek, near Myers. overlooked In the first partof .

1 W S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. this correspondence), Wood and Titus-ville.-_. _Florida.__ ___ ____ _____J __. __
Laughlln made a very charming trio of

'"; For Charter. chaperones. The .Swannanoa.;


The fine sloop -Y.nkoe Doodle can be TIKE GREAT PRIZE FIGHT, ASHEVILLE, N.' C. PART.DEALERS HATe!

chartered by the day, week, or month; 1 M
i anywbere between Ormond and Miami. At Canon Nev., on Wednesday took and IN-
Good accommodations for ladles. For place In a valley;\ 6,000 feet above the sea, THOUGH modest unobtrusive,
;( further particulars, write to circled by snow-tipped mountains that there Is no better conducted hotel in
i i CAPT. GEO. Cook, glistened in the sunlight. James J. Cor- Asheville. The popularity of The Swan- Notions Gents
I. : i'i'I' Tltusvllle, Fla. bett went, down to defeat before Robert nanoa is due to Its unique location, Its Dry Goods
I, I II Fitzsimmons In a fierce fight of fourteen home-like atmosphere, the excellence of ,
I ,!; Ilirda and Animals Mounted. rounds, and the latter thus becomes the r. Its cuisine, and Its very moderate prices.
champion heavyweight pugilist of the $2.50 per day. Liberal weekly rates.
y, ,- Goods Shoes Hats t C
\ world. Fitzsimmons delivered a blow-In Furnishing
t Birds R. R. BAWLS, ,
1 B. C. Scrlmgeour, taxidermist. vital part and followed It with two ,

I 0f0 I and Address animals,mounted Washington In the avenue best,style. floor others with, which the sent agony tbe of Californian pain and despair to the Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction Central, on street car line. Prop. Hardware Crockery Corn Oats ,and Hay ,High Gradeceries i

N. C. ,
f f (Corner of Main st.,) Imprinted on his face, and he was unable guaranteed. :fASHSVlLLE, .
I 'TltusvlHe, Fla. Ammunition and General IMmlhP. (
... y to arise within the limit that would Fishing Tackle
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iI save him. Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, .
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j Jew $1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine.. with When the the assistance defeated of champion his attendants arose, Tltusvllle, Fla. PINE FOREST INN :El.OOK.LmDa.m: : : ;'Zage

;" I' and _recovered sufficiently from his ., .
I, dazed condition to realize the calamity Summerville, S. C.
I 1 1i that had befallen him, he broke out with
I ) D all the fury of an enraged/ animal, and, Plaza Hotel< NOW OPEN FOR QUESTS. E. McMORRAY &: BAKER. '
\ discarding all the rules which govern the ,
art of which he la a disciple, rushed at A first-class Winter Resort In every *
I t I e victorious' opponent and made .vain respect. Electric Lights, Elevators and Wholesale and Retail
: struggle to beat him over the ropes, only ST.* ,AUGUSTINE, 'FLA. all other modern improvements for comfort -
desisting when his own seconds and convenience and pleasure. A fine
I o friends forced him away. Bicycle Track has been added to the Wagon
The new champion was borne to his Most centrally located. Fronting the' many other attractions. The climate of Carriage
,1 dressing room amid the cheers of the. Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic ,Summerville Is unsurpassed. Situatedon
) 5,000( people Who were In the arena, Ocean. Splendid view from its long and the South Carolina & Georgia R'y., IatDump (
accompanied byhis seconds and train broad verandas twenty-two miles from Charleston, S. C. and
ers, and also by hit wife, who had Rates: $2.00 per.day and upward. For circulars or any Information wanted
watched the contest from a position Special rates by the week.Firstclass ,address W. M. HAIGHT, Manager, ''f
within a few feet of the ringside table board at reasonable Summerville, S. C., or Hand Carts
Pleasure'and Business Vehicles, ,etc,,
Carts Saddlery,
all 1I I II Robert Fltzslmmons was borq. In rates. '* F. W. WAGENER; CO., Proprietors, .
i Truro, Cornwall, England, June 4, t862. MBS. A. S. PELL. Charleston, S. C. Main and Church Sts., '-' JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
lie stands feet Inches and entered
fel ;" the ring a B shade lit lighter' titan Corbett. ___ un ___ __
I ; "; < learned the trade of blacksmith,
Io a '
I Stationary and Marine; 'ixto 125 u. P. Thei but went to New Zealand and branched :NOW OPB1N....: t
New
p1 mo.t Reliable Econom cal sue Durable The
YowerNte.e for Launcho. Auxiliary", Power for out u a prize fighter.
i yachts and bu.ln_boat,and where itatlonan James John Corbett was born In San New Hotel. .
,: power I.required. Francisco, February 1, 1866. His height Rockledge
BKNJ. W JBROMK,
Is six feet one Inch and his fighting
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Bole Representative for Manufaoturtn in the
I I 1 I i, "! Fate of Florida. ROOKLKDOH, FLA.KVCaulogtu weight II In the neighborhood of one hun Selden Cypress Door pan
I dred and eighty pounds. Much has been
1 ; *and prices on
applloatlon. ON INDIAN RIVER
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I i y II, written of Corbett,the young bank clerkof ::: :::
1r I 'Frisco and his life Is familiar to .
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I ::PALATK E ., ,
everyone. :eook:1ed.ge.: Floxid.a: _
6 r I *9 : r Opened October lIt, 1896,.turned the steam,.on to .
6 FOR SALE. TOWN COUNCIL: PRO<:lEED. H. E. BEMIS M'gf. Y. .
Mohonk,Lake, N.
INOS. One of the, ,Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash,1. i
A oozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help.

r' IF Ton Ire Looking for a Bargain A regular meeting of the Tltnsvllle passed.Orange trove Prices In moderate.full bearing Send owned for Illustrated by the hotel.circulars Hunting and ,fishing unsur-, and General Wood Working Plants in the_ United States,

R! The Clear View Pineapple Plantation Town March 15 Council, 1807, was when held all members on Monday were, H. P. SHARES, Prop., New Haven, Conn. And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of(<

t J ql' U for sale, for less than one-half Its actual present.The years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the
f .value, as a whole or in lots to suit| finance committee reported that possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will i
J r in ptrrchasar Terms exceptionally reas the collector's statement for the monthof CHAS. T. McBRIDE.... Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames. Hot-house Materials, Tanks Glau,,
had been 'examined and
February
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all r onable. Come and see property. If possible found correct. ,-DEALER IN- ..
Ii : ; ;, If not, address The treasurer's statement, from Feb. .Awarded Gold Medal'and Diploma or Honor at Cotton States and International. ExponUi
HARRY W. RICHARDS, IB to March 16, was read and referred to Atlanta,Ga.,1895.TIIEG. .
i1 l Eden; Florida. the finance committee for verification.The Fresh Meats groceries and provisions.Mall
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4 following bills were audited and .
ordered" paid: F. Louisiana, 100 posts for HIIIA1YIIYLOND COMPAF
i ,I City dock, $IG; J. T. Davis, contract .. .
i } i IRS. CiROLHK WiSHBURH ROCKWOOD price for re-bulldlng dock,..$(O ; J. S. ; Cash Pr.1.ce.
Simpson, hauling lumber for dock, $a.
I Or MBW TOUR mr-: Mall Orders promptly attended to. .
The account of Thos"; Price for haul-

I ( ; t \ b Solo Soprano & Choir Director r'' Ing It was was referred moved,back seconded to Mr. and Price.carried M i7LSOTJFtNF1:: :'LORIa: PORK, AND BEEF* A 'PRODUCTS.

that the Street Committee be empower- Near Steamboat Wharf. '*,
t+< of the Memorial Church St. Augustine ad to enter Into a contract for the repairof Hammond, Ind., South Omaha, Neb.,* Chlcagft

r II h'' Receives vocal pupils for February and the extension of the City dock. Salesrooms. 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville.! It
March. There being no further business, the

I r Board adjourned.G. CABT-KLWKS: Clerk. For Wagons Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams;' and Bellies...

I i *)> The Titus Divorce Case. .
IIN -Mr. W. F. Jlbb,of Daytona arrivedIn Of All Kinds 'write: "11& :ror :Jrl.oe: .
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town from Daytona yesterday. He
d d A final decree divorcing Annie S. Titus has been connected with Daytona papers Buggies Carts and Harness also
I General
; from Howell Titus was granted last Fri- editorially and otherwise-for sometime : &
rw f day. The testimony given by Mrs.. Titus past, but will be employed by Mr.
: and Mrs. Rise on Thursday before Wager for a couple of weeks 6r so. BXO3TOT:: :: JR.mp.AXD.XN'G-:: : HOMESEEKERS _=
Special Examiner Smith,ate Jacksonville, :
,;, .. was submitted and read by Judge Call. A'Nice Home for Sale. Go or send your orders to ROBT. E. MIMS, Jr., *
W The Allegation Is that complainant and
Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock.
defendant were married May 1. 1880 Titnsvllle, Fla.
at Tltusvtlle\ Fla., and snparated October For sale, a comfortably-built 11-room ',, Who are. Seeking a Home in t
i 1 ft, 1806, when defendant told complainant house, with hot and cold water bath
it( he did not want to live with her room, artesian and filtered water cisterns -
'1" longer. She said defendant would any get ; also about five acres of land, 21 of To Florida .Tourists. South should send to the undersign
in bad temper, curse, strike and threaten which are cleared; situated on corner of .
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I 1 1 to kill her, and had even drawn a revolver Pine, RIdgewood and Highland avenues, .
I I!Ii .i Mrs. Rloe testified to defendant's Ormond. Cost$",000; will sell for DON'T Return to New for of
t York by the same route which a the
'*8f Dad temper and threats of violence ,Goo. Satisfactory reasons for selling. copy .
I ,' li 1.'f '. against his wife.Naphtha L. MOBKTON MCBBAT, brought you into Florida, when you can ..

Daytona, Fla., Return via Key West rOn

',, ., Launch Or, ADVOCATE Tltusvtlle: Office, Fla., the Elegant Steamers of the "Mallory Line" or you may take a sea-trin into Florida East Coast Homeseel
I for Sale. Texas from the same. point and then home by ra 1. Just think it ove and then (
---- write to
I For Sale. CHAS. DAVIES, Agent, '
I # I In good condition; length, 81 feet; 220, W. Bay St., Jacksonville, for particulars. .
I width 6ft. tin.; headroom In cabin, Oft.:; Fifty dollars takes all four lots-3, 8, C'
Draught, 301n.; 10 horse-power; speed, U, block 16; 6, block 17, Tltusvllle, FJa. We have lands for ,Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing III
4 >f miles an hour built by the Gas 1807 Model
Power ROHBINS ft GRAHAM Co., WheelsIn "
t' ; i' A Engine Co., New York. Cost, three Tltnsville, Fla. Stock tTictor The St. Augustine Cycle Co. Winter s and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest In the United Staten ,
\iy ars ago, tf.ttft; will sell for $1,200, or Apply to
1 1 would take in part payment a good sail.boat. TOBACCO SEED BE $100.Sterling .

'sf s e +y ,1 ., O.o. juu-r, I,, Away to any person who will GIVEN plant it $tOO. Has the best line of wheels b 'JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner
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) if" West Palm Beach Fla. in Brevard county. Call at the ADVO- Rambler: $$ .
I Ia r'i ? 4 CATM office, Tltusvllle, and get some. Crescent $30: $75. and t sundries in the state. All FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
I 1 b Or, send stamp to pay postage. ,
dl' A Jovial Party at'' Hobo Sound. patee, $60. Kinds of bicycle repair work ST. AUGUSTINE, f1
r searwmd I 1885. -
I $ Swell), $35. neatly done. "
I By invitation of Mr.W. Gordon Brown II..: Aufrtutin* bu the (

.i,. -one erg, who of.has our been prominent a guest pineapple of Mr. Stone-grow. L. BARBOT &:' CO., beet blcjroW rood* la ..... F. W. BEERS, Prop. GEORG MARX.. JOHN :

( Smith, of Palm Beach, for several weeks 1VIA.
p ooiu a pleasant party gathered at General Commission. X. BRO
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&p] Polnclana on Monday, for Michigan Lumber and lannfact ring Co. 1 '--- Wholesale
: Dealers In -
". ,the purpose of enjoying a picnic and sail --


i, ,' I ,4 .OATa above a the,correspondent say lower: The Indian party, River.referring who were An to.A.ovo-right the III } : ) !: MANUFACTURERS OF G-xocezles ISl sad 133 .,..Fi-i..tt* Bar street MM!an n ..dMir L-Pod.u__.*:*.-<.

n eomposed yaUy, entertained of the following by Mr.Miss Brown Clnett wen, Cypress or Pine Lumber- Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring .Tao3CSO31Q111o, g- gloss


?I", A! Yr K Baton LadIow; ,Ifr.of Troy Ilopkins, N. Y.;of Mr.Catskill.Venno; 320 & 831 Poydras- St., Ceilings, and Moulding, Packing BOM.- and Crates. Turning ,and Scroll Work. ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES

Mr.Miller of Dnluth;: Mrs Wood Miss' Good work and material at low INTHE'i
j [ J Laoalia, Mlas LauVhlrn. NEW ORLEANS. LA. price. Take MaID street car line to mill and TOtables. GROW1mS-I.e' :
bow
tee 11. west pave :
w IJt the
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.fPittsburf. W" left the FoineUna; UnCUNOE::]I ...........ut.a..-. 1'.... Write for promp'ADd nre. We "W gro -' Seed Pea .
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by our wholesale
s fb..ereW........ T.iephon.Vdiia.,435.( : price list of .*. .

1 ,; Jacksonville, Fla. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FC

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