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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: March 26, 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 )
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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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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14. No. 7. TITUSVILLE. FL.' FRIDAY, MA.BOJ1 26, :1897. :n-rice,5'e.; .


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LOCAL NEW B3T- JOB PRINTING at this office. Read ColnimvCawrfully.: .ALL'THE LATEST:' and most popular Shoes. IIOTEI..l'IOTES.

song of the day, a* Chaffee A.Co ... -
FRUITS MILK SHAKES AND SODA Wamm to atop. See! list of boUlsoaoup
of General Interest.
Topic COOL DRINKS at Chaffee A Co's.MONET. to the *
It want something nlo>
water at Gruber & Grlggs-the cool ICE CREAM SODA tomorrow (Satur you tb, 7th .n 8lh page.
and refreshing resort for bicyclist day) at Grub.*>
rhe weather is lovely after the re- We want money toJoan on first call or wrfte Julius Kline,. TOtusvllle, vlUl!o.NO.:; the owner wishing to retire .

log,rains we have just had. real estate mortgages Ten per cent -CJIov. Inspectors-\Vngel' and Spencer Flaw He tin an elegant assortnms that from.active hotel life. See ad. on, .till.palC" .
-Mr. Frank H. Clark has returned to Is sure to pteane everyone-both, as to '
free of all to lender. D. L. .
expenses teiuer St. '
and Mrs. Fred S. Chaffee spent were inspecting-.the: AugustIn
;(: Savannah from his trip tit Palm Beach quality snip price.
Gaulden Tittisville.
*rday i until Monday at Miami.Ir. and Miami. yesterday. If ;yea want a*Wgain, just read the

Chester -There meeting of the Radian advtt .of hotel, cottages, furniture, land,
Orlando Quarterman, of -Mr: Adhemar Jacksonville was -Rev. D W F. Drown *.f Canons-
to
Brady'went ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, River and Bluonyno- Bay Navigation Co. eto..fnr sale on ou*lth page. This Is .
\\f, was a pleasant caller at our office on Wednesday, returning to>> .10 cents a yard, at at SI. Augustln yesterday.Miss burg, Pa., baa been t* Rocktadg) ; Melbourne good.:thing for sons.energetic hotel man.
uesday. and Palm Bench this week. Heva
town next day..
CirAKxaa & Co's
Hotel Royal Palm Miami will prob
,
tfrsi 8. E: Barbour, of Paterson, -Miss Daisy Brady gave a party to Tliusvllle, Fla. F. JI.. Evans, of Manchester, accompanied" by, his wlfa.Amo ably close for the season to day.

., is entertaining Mrs. M. E. Wood, quite a large number of her young! friends England, who bas been making a- tour .IIasklns, the bend' porter ofthe Hotel IndlanJtiver, Rookledge, .bas ;,
of the atate'I..a.t llooklpdge: a few daysthl .
York at Eau Gallle this winter.r. .
,
ew New RockledgliotoL Roofcledge .
on Tuesday night. DRESS GOODS. CalD or send for samples week. ; closed for the season, Messrs. Webb.' &

r. C.T. McCarty, one of Ankona's -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton, Chas of our New and Stylish Dress MM mad many f lenU*, by hits very Aka.having; go B.-north. ,
-The next meeting of the Octagon bilging and attentive manaeistoguosts.EDs .
ilnent residents, was a pleasantr Goods. and Moat Fashionable
have been Largest:
H. Walton and Claude Walton Hotel Ormond will keep until:thelPthof
will open
> to town a day or so the first of few days at St. Stock on the East Coast Reading Club-will be on Wednesday the : veturn next winter. '
spending a Augustine.Mrs. April-onof the most delight
811tlnlt. at the residence of Mn..J. O.Walton. ,
eek. J. W. ESTTSH St. Augustine. -MI'a Wm. Richards of Eden after
; ,.. ful months lit jtharyear. The drive* are '
O. S. Porter, of Daytona, was a .
about three months at :Newark, +
Mr. and Mrs C. H. Loomis of spending excellent. "
tka, spent a day or so with. Mr. andT. pleasant visitor to town on Tuesday.. -Capt. John Simonson-and Mr, Henry -The ronm-motti, boa constrictor;,N. J-, returned n* me> oe. Wednesday
She was accompanied by little Richard.Mr. Hotel GranndatJEau: : Gallie, h *. been ,
below Miami about She friend Mm.R .
:
T.. Wetmore the end of last Dreyer have returned from their trip to which was captured I was accompanied by and Mrs. John L. Day have returned Bay Biscayne.Mr. two weeks ago,Is- now ,on exhibition at ,' ..,LUwey, of East Oran0k, N. .L.! who Is quits full,thl* season, which I Is very sat
to Chicago after spending the A.stln & Stene's. museum, at Boston on a. visit to Mrs. ttiohftrAiy at XUlon.MJfcs isfactory. to M_. O. G. Gleaaonv, the
Mr. W. W. Russell, of the' Cinclns winter on their place at )[1000.' Geo. F. Miles of the Canal m"nifer.
Farms, at Sebastian, spent from Company left St. Augustine; Monday Mess.Mrs. Dawsov a "tiy jovial and
rday until Monday with his wife -Mr. and Mre. Wm. M. Merwin, who morning for! Ormond on business. He : Wrm M:. Brown and children sociable lady from Sootlnnd, who has When -on your way north, do not forget -

rmond. have been spending the winter at Rock- returned the same evening., have .been spending several days at \been spending tlxi. winter' at, Uookledge, ; the Pine JFo ettInn, SunMnrvtlle\ ,
edge, have Returned to Milford, Conn, Miami this week. Mrs. Brown's mother will leave for home the 8th of April, re- H..C.<< ; and' the Swannanoa hotel Ashe-
Mr. Ft W. Biers of St. Augustine, -Civil Engineer G. T. Spencer, of theF. -Mrs. II..B.. Jones,.of New Hartford, tumksg; .to Indian River neat season. vile, N. C. Tlxvy are popular h large stock of the tlnest bicycles In .-There is a large; amount of vegetables C. L. C. & T. Co., St. Augustine, left ,Conn.-accompanied them. Miss. Dawson has mad many friendsdurtag hotels. :See ads on Oth page." ;
hand. Call and see them moving from Lotus, Brantley .and for Juno '! ,to attend to business
ountry on on Tuesday well known her.stay at Rokldg A banquet wes., given 'n o*. .1, the
Mrs. Geo.. M. MaElveen.
other points on Merrltt's Island. -
in the Ancient Cltie.Mrs. for his i
company.Mr.
II.< Atlanta's beat society cknolos,'Is one -Mr.. Lyndon Blab, of Lynmouth, Royal PolnclnnVs private 'diningroomsSmtarday
A. Barrelle returned to town, -Mrs. T. A. Friend, of Paterson, N. J.le Gus 'P. Anthony, one of Went eli the very pleasant guest; who have England, passed through here, yesterday !: evening to the visiting mem-

day, from her visit of a few days at expected at Eau Galllo to-morrow Palm Beach's popular young merchant, been sojourning at Hotel:Alcazar, St. ,on hit way to Savannah, to spend a burs of the executive and legislative

and, where her,, son is .attending (Saturday), where she will be the guest came'up to Tltusvilld, Tuesday, to at- 'Augustine/ for some time past few day with Ms friend. Mr. Frank H. councils and Misuse i of Assembly the

on University. of Mrs. S.E. Barbour.Mr. tend the Anthony-Paddlsun wedding.Mr. Clark. Mr. Blake bass been enjoying Rahamas.
Commodore F. D and wife
Hughe ,
It Is estimated that from 200,000 to and Mrs. Jaudon Browne who Geo. M. Robbins went to Rock- who have made quite a record fishing at. himself at lobe Hound for some timepjMir i t Madam Rumor baa It that the- Plant '

00 boxes of oranges will be the have been making their headquarters at ledge, Wednesdayto attend to Rome law Bay Biscay this season, writes u*.from and expects' t* spend the summer System ha purchased the mane Indian ,
nt of the crop of Florida's luscious Jacksonville this winter, paid a visit toSt. business In connection with Hotel Indian Hotel Alcazar that they are on their way la England. River. If thl.b* true It l that the "'

in fruit next season. Augustine on Sunday last. River. Mr. Robt. Pentland accompanied to New York, where tin ABVOOATH will -Mr, Hoermnnt Singleton; who hM 'hew steamer Un on the 'Indian River I II

Read( the new advt. of the Little .-Mr. J. Wesley' Bowen, of Philadelphia Mr. Robblns. They returned yesterday.The follow the.... been at Mbiml for sovernt months past, sot. permanent always true Institution humors are i 1

Fertilizer & Phosphate Co. on our > has caught more fish than any '- Gilberts Bar Yacht Club has Miss Maggie; Ramsey, after a, prolonged is now on his place at, UeO'pI"Iwber.; .
at the New Rockledge hotel he bas two acres, of land planted In The hotel at Ro kle; >age. If you are a fruit grower, It other guest three annual cruises, and one of these Visit to her cousins, Mr and Mrs. managers
this He has caught from 401bs. pineapples. They are looking/ in finisn Jubilant over the success .f this; year
be to your interest.. \ season. was to Fort Pierce yesterday. We hope Koswell Coleman, ,at thin place left for
I condition, and Mr. Singleton says h* has been number. of tourists -!
There
to lOOlbs. a day.A some of our down-river correspondents tko Holly Inn, Daytoua on Monday, larger
ce-president J. R. Parrott and Supt. expect to get POOO' pineapples off hU. there this winter than for It "
Pa. will send us particulars of this cruise. where she expected to spend a week or years.
Golf, (If the F. E.- C. Ry., passed pleasant party from Scranton, land this suaunoa.Mrs. .' Is also rumored; that one .( the hotels
fur the north.
here their to who are expecting to remain at Palm -Hon. E.N. Dimmick, of Palm Beach, two before leaving
ugh Monday, on way Itokt. Barlxiur and daughter will be greatly enlarged during tne sum
ugustlne from Miami. Beach Inn for some time, are Mr. and is In re.eiptof a letter from Congressman ( :....We have jest received another sup mer.
Mrs. W. II. Storrs and Mr. and Mrs. A. H.torrs R. W.Davis, stating that the Dinghy of tine grades of tobacco seed, of Paterson, N. J., nod Mrs. 1>r. Thon.

Rev. Edward E. Johnson' will hold who arrived last Friday ntgnt. bill otters a tariff of two cents per poundon .ply which will very be given away to any person O'Reilly, of St..I-oul,' Mo., are spending Mr. Harvey Tomlln oat.. manager of
service at t>t. Gabriel's Episcopal the winter at Can OiUllo and express the East
e the supply store for FJorlda) ;
Callor
pineapples.Mr. it the East 4)art.
the whom
of Benedict Pnllak plant on
ch. TltuBvllle, on Sunday next, the -Note change for themselves as being well I pleased with Coast Hotel System, St. Augustine, will ?,
inst. at 11 .' and 7:30 & Co's. advt. on pur 4th page. This and semi utamped-addreHHed envelope. slat and the Banana
n m. p :m. and Mrs. Geo. F. Paddlson office that place Tropic occupy his former position a* steward of
Miami's Increased firm Is offering an elegant assortment of Miss Annie Paddison, of' Eau
population was of this spring and summer goods, notions, etc., arrived in town Tuesday, to ba presentat Tltusvllle Public School will remain est physician St., L nU, while his Alicia at the. close of the season at the
ne, early Monday morning etc., at prices which the storekeeper* month and the teacher wife Is charming lady,
another a friends of Mr.
It's a fine boy, and Mr.,and Mrs. Coast would do well to their ulster's wedding:, particulars of open very above city. The many ,
along the East will be found in another column. will I t take advantage this 'Tomllnson, will be learn this.
Budge ate the proud parents.ommodore investigate before purchasing elsewhere. which hope parents t. .of. -The steamer St. Augustine hl1.. sot plea.ed0
their children regularly to
C. J. Clarke and Lenten services will be held at. the by sending will' have plenty time to boon running between Tltusvllle and 'Supt. A. Mi Taylor, ot the Casino, St.
family, school. They
Floridain -The ADVOCATE Is getting such a reputation Episcopal church, Titusville, every for the Eau Gallie thin week; owing to an, aol- Augustine; t* always catering to the
cruise the school closes
after season.
a
pleasant
among that advts. are not only rolling Wednesday morning at 10tO: o'clock and play dent to her machinery. One of the rollers public ta" .., On Saturday he had water

the have Commodore's returned to Palm private Beach.yachtah In from along the East Coast but also Friday at 4 p. m., until further notice. -Tax Collector E. W. Hall Inform. underneath the valve got out of ,order polo and outer sports; and on Monday

from various states throughout the During Holy week. u* that resident and non-residents are and caused a stoppage of the machlnoiy. evening MoGo.be & Young's mlnstr*!*, In

Bishop Wm. ,Crane Gray will visit Union, as a glance at our columns will rapidly paying; their taxes] and that a The M. Augustine/ \ wtl now a "Block Trilby ,was played to a fair-
Gabriel's church, at this place, on prove. Always bear In mind that the -We acknowledge; with thanks the great many more taxes have been paid undergo; a thorough overhauling*so that sized audience fn th. Casino. A professional

rsday next, April let to hold service pink paper is an excellent advertising following Invitation: Mr. and Mrs. W. J. this year than at a corresponding. period she-wlll be In readiness for the pineapple oake-walk followed the performance

administer\ the rite of Confirmation medium.Mr. Nesbitt, request the pleasure of your last year. senaon. Her place was taken by ..

ich,as shall.be prepared,to receive It. W. B. Coffin; the jovial and affable company on their anniversary at their residence, April,2nd Eau, from Gallie 8, "':'Mr E. F. Cooler, of Lansing, Mloh., the steamer Delia on Tuesday, The Geneva hotels Jacksonville, 'has

Mr. Storm Em moos and son, of New superintendent' the J., T. & K. to 11 p. m, who has been on a lengthened cruise In Sherllf J. P., Brown went to Lake been thoroughly renovated, and will be

k, have been spending the winter W. Railway, arrived'in Tltnsville from his naphtha launoh a* far as Bay Biscayne Polnsett Wednesday and arrested two now run by the owner, on the Europe
i Capt. W. II. Sharpe. Jacksonville[ yesterday In his private Capt. C. G. Longueuil, who has returned here, Tuesday evening, men named Shult and two negroes plan. The A>>VOO.\T. U Informed- that '

re they have enjoyed themselves. car, and gave the ADVOCATB a p been spending the winter very pleasantly i after a very delightful trip. After named' Jenkins and Harvey. who had the ow..r will glv. the best service i lathe
much. call. He was accompanied by Civil Engineer at Rockledge, will leave for Eng- having; his launch placed on Nelson' been illogilly/ fishing In the hake They city. Th oafs will be opened
S. and Mr. Thorpe land about April 8. He has a host of had boatload of fish which they were
E. Spencer way be left for home. a shortly The Geneva Is now open for"F"
Mr. J. Coward, one of our jovial who are on an'inspection of the road. friends at Rockledge, who will be gladto about to take to Cocoa for shipment room..,which can be rented by the day, 1
is' subscribers, was In town the endt : They leave for Sanford this morning.Mr. see him on Indian River next winter, -Mr. Geo. W. Morton, manager( of The sheriff seized the seine net, took week.or month. .
week, and gave the AnyocAtiam Canaveral Club returned from Tampa of the boats and brought his '
a pleasant call.' He reported and Mrs. Geo. M. .Robbins and -Governor Sir Wm. Hayne Smith, and St. Augustine Wednesday. He left possession to Tltusvllte, where they are The large hotels bavs !'hitherto-\been

thing as going along, ,well in his children, Mrs. M. P. Robbins and Mr*. Lady Haynes Smith, Miss Ilaynes Smith, Mrs. Morton In St Augustine, and he prisoner languishing In ,the- oounty jail. crowded only for a week or two, I bt .

iborhood.ev. Mnssenden boarded the St. Augustine, and members of the Nassau Parliament, expects to join her In a day r so, when Sheriff now Brown there has been several this year the Ponce de Leon and Alcazar, t t t,
Saturday morning last, f. r a trip down have returned to Nassau.. The Go..1'nor's they will both leave for New York and nay at the St. Augustine, the Ormond at Ormond
John:T. Huntington and Miss Indian Riven Mr. Robbins) stopped off Council was honored by a dinner at other northern cities. Mr, and Mrs. complaints repeating fishing and Fvlnolnna and the Inn at 4
Blotto Huntington of Hartford Ct., the Royal Palm, given, by Mr. H. M. Inlets, and Governor Bloxhmm has drawn Beach '
,
business '
week. at Rockl-adge to transact some Morton expect to spend the summer at the H will Pain hare been filled to' their
his attention to matter. ,
a pleasant visit of some at Flagler before leaving.Mrs. .
while the rest of the party went as far Bar Harbor, Me all utmost capacity for more than a month.
close watch
hereafter keep a on person
ond St. and other ,
Augustine points
returned town I
he East Coast, left for Richmond, as Eau Gallie. All night.. to on Caroline W. Rockwood and -Mr. C. Stuart Bailey\ a well known violating the law, and do his utmost Mr. T. W. BlcCreary, a former resident;
the steamer Saturday ; Rockwood of New fork who have
| York. and home on Monday. Miss Inventor of St. Augustine, Inform. us to secure their arrest and con. of. Indian River, passed through; hero
-Mr. G. W; Hay, a genial Eau Gallie been spending; the winter In St. August that be I Is about to patent an Invention lotion. Monday, oa his way to Xan Gallie and ,r
enator Matt Quay wife and son, resident and one of the ADVOCATE'S ine, passed through Tltusvllle, Monday, that will prevent freezing of orange and Melbourne. Mr.'MoCreaty! I* the representative

i through here, Saturday last, en numerous subscribers in that beautiful on their way to Palm Beach and Miami. lemon trees-no matter how fierce the School Notice. sad general advertising agentfor

i to Washington, D. C., In their prl- locality, paid us a pleasant call, Monday. Mrs. Rockwood i* the"author of "An wind may blow.' If this prove to beth I Hotel Victory,,, on Lake :Erie, 0., th.' tS

car Cleopatra. The Senator has Tuesday morning he left for Sanford, on East Florida Romance, to which we success claimed for It by Mr. Baileys. The Superintendent of Public In* largest summer hotel Ux the. United

f having an enjoyable time tarpon'g a short business trip. Mr. Buys has a have referred on 4th page. It will revolutionize things In the orange struotlon directs that the school at TUtusvlllo Stato Knowing the advantages to be

etc., at St. Luole for some weeks fine pineapple plantation on the east Invitations are still pouring Into the and lemon-growing sections, and our shall continue through another obtained by using the ADVOCATE'S columns {

side, and expects to ship a quantity. of I ADVOCATE office from various point. fruit growers along the East Coast should month commencing 20th Inst. Patronsare b* secured! space \for an ad, oa

ajor Alfred Williams and bride, fruit the coming season. along the East Coast, where social Inquire Into the merits of this invention requested to observe this, and requite i our 8th page,. Read It. ,

have been spending their honey- parties and a variety of entertainmentsare W. Wood of Columbus their children to attend school. Granada; St. under
-Dr. G. E. Hill, of Scranton, Pa., who -)( '. Wm. Hotel Augustine,
at Florida's winter resorts, .left about; to be given. Sorry we cannot The buildings are comfortable, and
with his wife has been spending the 0., who baa been fishing and hunting at the able management of the genial H.
for St. afford the time to attend them all. three teacher prepared to nerve .
pn Monday Augustine en his at Indlanola Ormond and Ponce Park since December are you.J. W. Waonenbusen, b..dn remarkably, .
place
elegant ,
home to Raleigh, N. C. Major made winter a on trip to Tampa last week for the Supt. Taylor, of the Casino, St. Augustine last stopped over at Hotel Alcazar, St. R. A 5Tiiot' r,Principal. good; tourist business this season. The
ma Is a drother of Station Agent we lost a big treat by not attending
says i
of collecting; payment on 0.000 Augustine, Monday, on his. way home Granada pearly faces, the front entrance
t Williams, of this place.r. worth purpose of the latter city's bonds, for Mr. missed the Charity the Ball last week, ball We I after. very pleasant visit Mr. WoodIn The Dlnfflejr Tariff Bilk to Hotel Ponce de Leon. and Is a very t
also grand masquerade '
E. B. Dunshee, representing theI B. H. Tboop, whom he represented. conversation with an ADVOCATE representative comfortable and well kept hostelry. Mr I
Indian River; at Rockledge, and Owing to the city treasurer not having at Hotel Ormond.Mr. -said he had made some received Wscbennsen Informed an ADVOCATE representative i

cean Steamship Line gave ns a the requisite cash on hand, however, and Mrs. Clarence W. Murphy, fine catches of fish on the East Coast, We have scopy of the Dinghy that he bad over 70 guests
t call last Saturday. He had been payment has been deferred until April 1. of Savannah, passed through Titusville, which would certainly surprise his Col- tariff bill from the lIon. Itobt. W. Davis, [ii his house on Monday night, and.
trip down the East Coast and was Saturday last, on their way home from iambus friends If they had seen them. He and the following are some of the fruit pleased Is be with the outlook;that he

to the west side of the state In the -Mill Lida Greaves, one of the most the Royal Polnolana hotel. They stopped also shot some alligators, one. of which grown by our East Coast farmer that It; Intend. keeping open until' the tat of

est of the above hotel. and ..teamooatanJ' popular guests of Hotel Alcazar, St. off at; Hotel Alcazar, en route, and was nearly 10ft. long, the skin of which prescribe a duty upon: May., .

Augustine__ left for ,Montgomery.,.Ala.. Informed an ADVOCATE representative be Is taking home* 'a trophy of the Pineapples, Sots per pound The St., Augustine hotels hav ,bees ;
Monday, on a weak;; s visn Lb 10 inenaa.Miss that they bad only been married a short chase." Mr. Wood had such a good Grapes andpeaches,one cent perpoond. the few weeks and
Ir. Frank Hendry, special artist Greaves Informs us that she came while, Mr. Murphy having met; his fate time that be says ho. will' return next Orange, lemons, lime, grape fruit, crowded during hotel past could, ,
not accommodate
[writer for the Boston Journal and to St. Augustine to spend a couple of in Ashevllle, NC.. Mrs. Murphy Is a winter.. shaddtclrs or pomelos, three-fourth of at times many. Olllls of
tb Manager
nagazlnes, returned to town on Mon weeks with her brother, Mr. Joseph P. very bright and beautiful young matron, -- one cent per pound; and In addition guest f
and Jo I-a
d. Leon *
[from his trip down Indian River Greaves, the affable manager of the whose parents reside at Clifton, 0., and Wanted-a Launch, thereto, 3() per centum ad valorem upon the Pones, ; Manager r
Hotel
Alcazar highlypleased
ant as far as Fort Pierce,. visiting such barrel other articles'containing .. Greaves, of were
above hotel, but she has had an enjoyable It was whispered to ns by a lady well the boxes, nt when met them the first of. ;
ws
various places of Interest en root, time attending the many teas, circles >that she I any of foregoing..
known In society was Also yacht to cruise In. Both must the rush of tourist
made a number of pen and Ink! which the to that Mr. Dlngley I Ismore the week over great
balls and social parties for the belle at St. Augustine's Charity Ball condition. Address It seem a*
be In Al hotels this Room Clerk
bee and watercolor drawings to Ancient Cltie Is so noted, that; her stay last week, but bad a close second In MlsS Dos CABLOS, fond of orange than pineapple*, to their and Cashier season. A- L., Marsh '
back north with him, besides atlon has been prolonged to over three months. Lid Greaves, of Nyack, N. Y. ADVOCATE Office, for b* put such a prohibitory tariff on A. 8. Loomis the "
Alcazar bay. been oa
of rare shells and. other Flor- Miss Greaves expects: to leave In a weekor Tltnsville Fla.. the latter. luscious fruit that w* doubt of Hotel kept
rush all the tins but notwithstanding j
rlos. two for her home at Nyack,N. Y. if much of It would some our w y-especially }
For Bale.
A Cottage offices they tc'
over the East Coast Line from the worry attached to these ,
Trees have a pleasant smile and a ,
I always ;
for Sale. A furnished and lot 00x120 For Sale at a Bare Bargain. the Bahamas.LATE& It 1 ask
WATCU REPAIRING done by Anthony cottage hearty welcome for all guests ,
with fine water frontage _nd boat land thsy an *o popular.A .
J'Ia.WantedPalmetto qrprlslDg
ave about one thousand flnt-clas Bros., West Palm Beach, log, for sale.. Ready for occupancy. A beautiful borne on Indian River, ten Sine the above was put Into type I

orange trees, now being budded, Near Hotel Bellevne- on* of the prettiest ; acre of blab oak and hickory hammock, the duty on pineapples has been changedto
r bh I desire to sell for delivery this locations Melbourne. Price, |080. S acre In cultivation, BOO 'orange tree six: casts per cubic foot on pineapples Fine Hotel for Hale.

W. T. AYER,Y Boots.Ws Apply to Mis H. ALLKV, la good condition, 3 loch flowing well on Imported In barrels tad other package, ; '
-
will sell tte
Tltnsville, Fla.. Melbourne, Fla.' the highest point, ass 330 feet riverfront and 99 per 1,000 .on those Imported In Owner wishing retire,transUat sad
known
will pay'1.00 (cash) a ton for pal- half mile from six-room v.JAha.ltatloa boos This sad bulk. ______________ oldest family sad hotel beat In Asheville, N., C. Small
delivered at; the Floridalixtract postoffl, a good
Bones Wanted metto roots, be sold JJYocAni.. still cash ........ Central loralnabls 'unit '
Work., TlttwvlHe, Fla. For Out of Sight I, place cost the owner $4,000, will -Tb giving away, > '
further Information address free tobacco sssd of the finest grad. rontags Apply: to .
apply to for 'I,6b0/ For ,
and ,
i bone and send then tQ the particulars
your specification box 663AsasvtUe
wvllle FsTtiUserCo. South Jaok S. 1'. GBAY, Those cant bows of candy for tits B. O. Cazc, Call and gt sons, with Instruction for Loci ,-
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BAVYAV :. its ouluvstloa.s urn,
lie, rim. Will pay cash for them. AsVt Supt. children at Chaff Co'l. ." ;; .
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'1101.f U, "; \','I j ), of Mrs. Zerbey, Francis and 'Jay, Mi'stes JU.SX. KKAB.. XBWKST' TAYLOB. WA.NTED-FA4THFUI.: responsible MEN Salary OR HARRY JriASON & CO

II'. 1 17:7 Sarah Potts and Sayde Zlebach and the TAYLOR established. house Hn Florida. .
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( NEAR &$ Position perman.
$780 and expenses. ,
"; Cures writer, and on which we propose making Enclose self-a ldressed
'fi Reference.
.ur home, eailog, sleeping and doing almost ( on to John McAllister.. ) ent.stamped envelope. The; National, Star I Jobbers In Fine Imported

''II; that Is calculated Chicago. i H. MA80N!! CO.
Bldg.
and everything ,
I .\ \ :.I any Artesian Well Contractors Insurance
I "' Cures talk"In tayot health or rest. The :
for pleasure, W //'Street.
,' .' ,.,," I" ..t Hood's Banaparilla, Talk I weather here Is equal to-thai of August Ha who Is great can lay who Ms prejudices has none. JACKSONVILLE. .Li quors .and Cigars Hi(

:! 'i.: .*. for no other medi EAU GALL1E. FLA. aside, but be Is greater 1 ,
tome.
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.In*. Its great cures recorded In truthful : I
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'. convincing: language of grateful men and Grade Whiskies Etc

.I I women, constitute Its most effective ad- March, April, May ,
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J vwtlslng. Many of these cures are mar- THE PAINT STORE. ......._ .
oJ wlona. They have won the confidence of Are the months In."hlc'b to give especial III, .
ltelle,Backanll Ry.........'. .. .....rrom 'IJO
the people; have given Hood's Sarssparflla attesUon to the condition of your WIIle'e' ted d DOInesUOI 80uthem and peacl1 a.nd b'lne)'. .. . Per
j II ... the largest sales In the world, and physical health. If you pass safely Uran :=Dr.:: ::, t10 Tom ple.l'eaeb"blaokberry.. .....,. ..... ;... .. ......... "..fFOm.I.lIOper.trom 'UIO :
these and And yourself PAPERS Holland eto. .J..n..... ....... ......... ...II'\/lQ '1.110 per j
I bar* made necessary tor Its manufacturethe through months; arrival of ROOFING AND SHEATHING ORin&.f.: rom.. ..... ..... ........ .. er j

'' greatest laboratory on earth. Hood's strong! and vigorous, on tbe ":: 'p''t'Sh;; ry d.. .ata..ba. ....,..... .. ....... ........... ....... ...,........1....,.... rom '.I.OOloerill 2. :
weather will ba well In .t ... ..... ... ........... ..... perCitt
I warmer yon .
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rom 1.jJ
I f'.1 JsrsaparlUa Is known by the cures It has Now Is the time to take B od Boer... .. ..,............. ,.. ..'.t,I. "n. ;( perd!&
summer.
.Prices.
!' made-cures of scrofula, salt rheum and \ because now Is the J.1 F perS. nnrAH other Tine Brands at equally Low "
.': Hood's Sarsaparllla, jSs will be packed In boxes, when so requested, without
I J esema, cores of rheumatism, neuralgia time when the blood roust be purified and demijohns when returned. Express ex.
I of dyspepsia, liver and vitalized ami because coT Money refunded for "empties" Company 1110
; .: l and weak nerves,cures enriched tra with order.tc ilave delay and trouble.
troubles, catarrh-cures which prove Hood's Sarroparllla Is tbe only true Owtsid Cold "Water 'Pain"t. not take liquor C. O. D. Send money MASON fc CO.,
1'-': call
': + blood psirlfler prominently In the public Send for Price List, or upon
to-day. Hood's Sarsaparilla has 301,807,809,811, W.: Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE Ft*.

i' Hood'sSarsaparilla eye power to make you healthy and guard I. E. BAIRD .& CO., .

: your system against disease.. .
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .
B3) West Bay A LauraStB., _, Coast
j CONCERNING DIVISION OP Florida East Ry.
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and Room :Mouldings.so
ji COUNTY. Paints, Oils, Glass, Varnishes,

i\\ Tin i TmMo M*. .Oorreeled *. f.tttm.rr ... 1S9T..
Is the ",.t-In ftttt the One True Blood Puriner. -
./I I, .' SPBDCB BLUFF FLA. Mar. 17, '07. O.a: s ::er.c.r:: ::tMJ:: < oo.< :>
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1'1" euro Uver Ills) ffU jr totlOOd SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). NORTH BOUND (Bead Up).
I PillS take,ea yte p raU>. 260.I .
', S III Editor Adooeatm 'DEALERS IN :N021lNoll: ,N"IINoIl1No 19 ATKINS N.. ?IiNo74N082N.. Or.J:

I failed to :J.jQ.'1.10rS; T35a ij; '1T. 8411p :::::7 L.T...... JaoluuuviU, .. .., s..Ar. 41ip .-:;::-. lIIua 10 1ioa11ij
Hardee ,
-- -- 'T'rjJ -- 1 am Mr. Mont V'I.1.es an.d. .... ..
"j sorry :J1WULe : 8 Ua lOb) 440p tOp .... Ar.,...>..St. Augustine .Lv. I1ll6p. 700a 8 Oa12
Free and convert over to county division.We St., SsSplOaOa'i'BteUtta .. .... ...... .....\ Lv..Bt. Aogmtlne...Ar. 61t1p! 8 tllSp ..... ...... ......
you 417 .19 W Bay .lIO ...... ...... ...... .. ........ .S..ID............ '4118p .. .. .. ...... ...... ...
'I are honest in demanding a change ,, rt\It\ ( FLA ....... .. .... ...... .. ...:....East P latka........ 44 p liMp ...... ...... ...:::
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understand / JACKSONVILLE. I 11411& ...... ....... ...... Ar..Palat..L.,. 41111' lI2lp: ...... ...... ......
kind and cannot
'* : Accepted Masons of some healthy .... ...... ....... Lv......... .PaJatk*...Ar. 606p 'Illp ...... ...... ......
I ( how any miue, not wholly selfish, ean ..-:: RICH WINES create good, rich J *0pl 40p ...... ...... .... Ar..tlanX.teo..ILv. 820P 81/oP/ ...... ...... ......
) ,\, -' '_ blood. Don't make the mistake or 81Ua 81UaOOalOUa ....... .,... .. .... : .....8au Mateo..Ar. 'lOOp '1061' ..... ...... ......
) oppose a division of the county, unless U buying sour poor wine because It Is ...... ...... ..... Lv.'l! .......Orniond...........Ar..Daytona. ... 801p' 40P ...... ...... ......
I 1 he Is In favor of removing the county LI- cheap It Is not. It has a nasty dlsa- 10'1.18411P ...... ..... ...... .. .. ... .. .... ... .. .. 2117p 42\1p ...... ...... ......
I ,/ j. Indian TltusvllleFla. Jt1'88able eflect upon the system, while a 'Op ...... ...... ..... .. ... "..PortOranp.. .. 146P .t.. ... ... ..... ......
t." Klver seat to a more central point. D I{ II'' .. that pulled-Wgetber. eell..aU.fl.d .. .. ....... .. .. .. ...... .
jtlv. 'OU 8111p ...... .1,.. ... Oak Bill. .. IlIlp ..... .....
t ,; I' : Lodge, No. 00tne Tour claim that "what is expended at teellnfr.ar 186a ...... '.'..1'.".. ..... .. ......Titunville....... .., l2lip 821p ...... ...... .....:
L r, I' \. end Is saved at the other" Is true in W. make a 8peclalt, of Nortn Caro. ..... 804p ...... ...... ...... .. .........City Point...... .. 121161' ... .. .,.... ...... ......
,'t I ( ,.( one naMountain Dew Corn WhUkey. threeruriiiaB ...... Blip ..... .. ... ...... .. ..... .. .....doooa... ..... ..... 1 '1Ip ... ...... ...... ......
.' .""t .' It* moetlnfr* *oi ad and fourth Frlat regard to mileage paid by the county, )'ean old.'2.110 per II"," liMp saop\ ...... ...... ...... .. .....Rookledge Hotels..... laMp 18111' ...... ....... ......
I I ,1 ('i . I' } villa, at 7 ISO P> m.t but unfortunately for those In the south well to order from UII as we can savethem ...... U1P46l ...... ...... ...... .............. Sarno. ......... 1161a ...... ...... ......
I Maeie'r. end It Is Just as true In matter wherein M per.cent, on all erders.fT 4 ...... .. .... ...... .. .....;?Melbourne......... 11... .j.48p ... ... ...... ......
; )' ,, \ A. T. Feaster, Worshipful Always send money with orders I ...... >p ...... ...... ..... .. ...........RowlandSebastian....... .... 11 O a. ,,10' ...... ...... _
t .1'n.1 4ieo. W. Scoble, Senior Warden. the person must pay his own expenses. We-will not open new accounts unless ...... 60Up ..... ...... ...... ,' ,........ ........ ... 1101. ..... ...... ......NoM
: I i.. 1 B }'. Hall Junior Warden. A of Tltusvllle "'- suitable Jacksouvllle reference Is Riven. '..... SWp ...... ...... ..... .. ..........8t. Lnole.......... IOlua .. .. ...... ...... _
f '. To Illustrate : Suppose .. No Goods sent O.O.M. to DryTowns..vV 10Gp lOOp ...... ...... eoa000a .. .......Fort Pierce........ 100lla 12 top ...... ...... IIJp
I ,! B. K. Wilson, Treasurer. and B, of Stuart, owned property, .of ? Agent for Indlanopolls Brewing Co., ...... 8U11p ...... ...... .. ............Bd.D.: ........... 8112a ...... ... ...... 8
'. :: J..Mendel,8eoretary. 'F'Wp,,' >. Brewers and Bottl.n.lodanapolle. Ind.Hercules ...... fl4Ua4Ba ... .. ...... 81te88Ua t. ....'...,..Jen_........... I1lI7a ...... .w...... ...... 881p
I ,; f M. 8, Same, Senior Deacon. equal value, the taxes on a fair valuation case. ...... ...... ...... 884a .. .. II Ilia ...... ...... ...... 8Wp
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Junior Deacon. unavoidable blunder I Halt tonle, VtM per osss j Clayton &: Russell Wild Cherry Brandy ttM per ...... ...... ...... 'J02a .. ..;:::..!!"AueX.'v"f.. "., 1I06a ...... ...... ...... .1Ip
I; i' J. A. Happersette, being $ .OO; by some ...... 1 ...... ...... 'JII/a: ,. ........Jobe80und....... .. 84l1a ...... ...... ...... 1IIp!
,t A. A. Stewart, T. U. Sanders, stewards. said property Is assessed so as to ...... lOll' ...... ..... ,. .......w... Jupiter......, .. 8811a ...... .,.... ......IUlp
B. A. Geiger, Chaplain.. ....*. : ...... ...... 16IIa .. ....=.. .& 804& .. .. ...... ......1I4Oa
I r Frosoher raise taxes to 1000. A can state his .4IIp 8 lOp ...... 102llaA..we Palm Bn'aiii..L.,. 7MaIOIl5a ...... .lIaa.aap
,I, A. ,Tyler. to the board of equalicatlon, get Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Suckers top ...... No 28 ...... ,... ........Royal Potnolana..... .... 102llaNo.26 ...... ......
) case 19IIP 82 p ...... ...... .Palm B '' '' : \; Justice, and be to no.expense whatever, ( 606p 880p886p\ ...... 916a0a ...... L..hlm Bea h Inn..Ar... 1000p ...... ......
ON INDIAN BIVEB.H Stools 610p ...... .. ..,...Royal Polnol. na... ... 7J1Oal011ia 1\IIIp...... ......
I" more than possibly a few hours from his At One-fonrth Regular Price by buying or I lOP 86p..... 08Uali'lSa li'dSa44p .. .......W.., Palm Beach.. .., .. 71u.lOCIOa IIIMJP ......11111
I ,---- work; B to justice must railroad ...... Illp ...... ... .. .. ....... ..,.Ltnton............ .. .tIIa ..... ... .... ...... a40a
get pay ...... 10 Up.t. ......101IIIa 846p426p .. ......Fort Landerdale.,,.. I. III8a ...... 442p ..... 71i11
I if''j'! With: reference to Editor J. H. Zerbey'svisit and hotel expenses-about $20.00 .... lOWp ...... II .........LemqtJ' ....... .. 6 0IIa .,1. ... .... .. ...... llIIA
I' \ '' to the Xast Coast of Florida, we andjose two full days. This Is only one Motber Plants...... fSOpllOSp ...... .4IIP.AI'.X\am. .. ....-..Lv.A.W. I 'lOa ICJOa .00p ...... 110..

,. .: eUp the following from his ,dally paper, of many similar cases. What B expends These Stool will grow from '10 to 20 Suckers each, In from two to six months. BBANCB.No. Trains 81.83.88 and T8 between J ctSonvilh -

the Potuvtll Republican, printed at at one end, A saves at the other-while to first-class condition .8. BT.A'1' ON8. No. 8. No.,' .... Trains, and! HO St.and Anrastlne tS, between dally.Juktra5 -

J Pottstllle, Pa.! this all right from a TItus Absolutely true name, Yiop" ::::New 8myl'D..AI'. TI6P eOp vllle and St. Aofustlne daily, eioepl
may appear I INO.I.I! Lv..Lake Hel.n..Lv. I' t lOp Sunday,
solicited. 15p !lOP
1 1 : "Tltusvllle we reached In the afternoon ville point of View, it never will from and all Fruiting Plants. Now ready for delivery. Correspondence I .....OimngeOlty.... .tV.1116 8 48p Train 87.. beJaok onvtlle ind

: '1' at 3 o'clock, and found onr whilomSohujllclll ,GEO. H. WRIGHT, Manager, '. ,...Orange Oity,. .. atopst. Ang-oHtlne :.ally: ,.except Monday.
Stuart Train. *W' ana!II.between Palm&wl
Haven acquaintance, Jera O.Bast We thank: you-for Insinuation that the Orlando Nurseries, Orlando, Fla. Trains 87 and 88 are composed exclusively of Poll- and Miami dati,.
Train between Tort Plena ml
I at the station to greet and convey can. MJO
"new county" agitators are hungering Miami dally, ezoept Monday.
t us In his private conveyance to our quarters Buffet Parlor Cars on train All other trains south of St. "Aofu
t. 1 after official positions, as It Is generally JACKSONVILLE YARD aa4 tine
.W'.A1fD PLANING MILLS.PiOatka as,. 'I. VI., daily, except Sunday.
Is
hotel for Jere
' ,, j. ; In his Grand'View known that that old rotten' chesnut ls FUu E. Bay St.. :Foot of Catherine.HTILSOH .
I 11 the and has made The Blecaat lite-Wheel .&e.....
I I In business, an excellent never scratched up except In the complete .


I I.. :'J i I r greeted" us reputation so cordially as, a and bonlfa'ce.did so much He 'Mr,'absence Hardee,of being sound In argument.the kicking end, CYPRESS. COMPANY, CITY: (OF-) KEF WEST."


I I .' to make us enjoy ourselves, that we seema determined to sustain tba old Manufacturers of Is appointed to Perform Service as follows:

P i ,: atald at his hotel for four days, putting mule's reputation; but he so clearly Leave MTAMT. every Tuesday. Thursday. and

J Ai j 0 In the time boating, fishing, shooting show the great necessity for a change, Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. -y Saturday.Arrive KEY: WEST samsosj.Leave .
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\. 11"1'i .and driving, with lots of glorious sleep; that we cheerfully endure the kicking EET WEsT every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.

; we gathered oysters and ate them fresh We agree with him as to the wisdom of A large stock: of Dry Cypress flooring, celling siding mouldings, shingles Arrive MIAMI UBM to}.

.\, ', from the shell.while wading for miles In cooperation of North Dade, have been lath and pickets always, on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress Steamer MONTICELLO.

I ,' ""iJ"" jf ," creeks and bayous hunting duck and striving to effect this and hope yet to mouldings of all patterns a specialty. toamahlp eerrlce between Miami and Nassau to continue'during the Wlnter'1'ollrill'

t I anlpe. The town has two railroads, I.I Is accomplish It II* says, "public Interest When at )home, write us for prices;. when up our 'way, come and see UI.BICY Season of 1880-07.
\ the head centra for the Indian
I ; : trading demands a division of the county or a PROPOSED SAILINGS:
1 ;Blver country, with magnificent water "

: f transportation facilities and great opportunity asks moving, "shall of the we coma courthouse.together and He work then line in the State. February to March 27: IAave Leav. :WAHlon""J'a.NASSAU] T..daJ'l.Tb1Nla. w!! e4needaJ'1 _an4 d J'r\dalto 811turda1fo\

1 j I of growing rapidly Into prominence I. for the public good, or whip ourselves GLES.Best M'ch 30 to End, of Season Leave lAa"e N Kl.4Ml A88AU TueedaJ'a We4n.Itda"and.. and 8aturd.r.a.oJ. .

: ) and prosperity. While we wereat with local strife r" I say, by all means -
Tltusvtlle R. B. Cable at time .P.BEu&w lTJI.: J. D.BAHNEB,
one .
I come together, drop all little family Traffic Manager. AW t Gen. Passenger Aral

I "1'11' superintendent of the Reading Railway troubles, work like true and faithful 8$. Anyuetine.-Tla. ,... _
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\ main line, was there also looking after LUTHT, .1 0.00.
men for one thing-the new .county '
,Q the starting up of a line of four large and later submit all vexed FOWLER $100 $73.00.:
questions
on, ,
\ steamboats to ply on the Indian River, The florida & RaiWI
to the "committee of the whole. jentral( peninsular
1 .OO. .
between. Tltusvllle and Miami. Mr. We would be glad to have Mr. Hardee's CLEVELAND, $100, t8 ,

.. t Cable, who Is the manager of the steamt -

ritt1 oat line, spends his winters here, and side.whola We power will,make pen, tongue him etc., on WESTFIELD, $75.00: $60.00. Short Line between Florida and all liortl'ern Points. I
our any reason
ff. during the worst part of the heated Everett, Savannah. Augusta-., ColumbIa Washington. Bal-l
able concession to take bold, and assure
: 1'' 1 term Joins his family at their Bethlehem, tlmore. Philadelphia New York Boston* and the'East. [
(, him that more real good can ba accomplished
I Pa., home. Besides the kind attentions B. F. MANIER Jr., .J5jrrfltt' Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville.' Louisville, Cinclant"
with
'f' by working harmoniously and Chleairo. I

...1 of Mr. But, our pleasures were augmented thoM now engaged In the conflict, than Jacksonville Fla. Everett, Blrmlngbam'RoU' Sprlngl, :Mempbls Little Rock. ansas Clty,51Loulll

l 1'; 10 by courtesies and companionship by waiting on the millionaires and Provl Chicago, Sioux City. .' .

'" ifJi. extended to us by Father O'Boyle, the denoe to decide between a courthouse With Freyer. Bradley Muslo Co. River Junction, PeDsacola. Voblle, ,New Orleans, Texas, \ exlco, Call1ollll

1 : Catholic priest, whoso parish covers a and a pauper house for us, as ha suggests. and tbe Pacific Coast. Effective Jan. 18, 18O7.New .

\' territory,two hundred. miles long and 0 York Express No. 88. leave J..kJII'PuU,""
Through
11 \' i ,\ half. broad, 'and whose twenty years The Sleepers.11I.1:20 for a. Savannah m., Tlally, with uoiuiiiuiit.. Wll8blD
We simply ask for what we are convinced Tropical Trunk Line. Baltimore .York .
; f! f of service are entwined In part with Philadelphia New -dIfI.l
r Jo'eman
Is just, and expect to receive the Kastern points. Connects for
t .4 &' much of the most Important history of Arrives Jacksonville .:iap.m.
assistance of all fair-minded .
men.J. 32-fIoIW
: this section of the state. We also New York and Florida Limited No. .
t
: were ,
I Jacksonville &
Tampa Key West
r it' E. FCLTZ. Railway, vestibuled train with compartment, noMVTItlon ,
t- favored on several of our trips with the ,dining and sleeping cars) luaves 8t-fjl
JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE Receiver.t uetlne 9.110 a. m., Jacksonville lixxi a ra, J
I of Father Eugene Dlckovlob "'
: eompajty I A favorite remedy for the many \Ills of except 8unda)'. 81 returning arrives. .,
't 1'j'j I of Newark, N.. J., who hod come south I this life Is Simmons Liver Itcgulator the 80UT I .' -l'iORTH' vllle S.ao p m, St. Augustine ..to I' m, dilil.oept
Tim.
h1 T.bl.l" Eft :reb. 1. 91. .
1 most popular medicine discovered. N... No.9. No. 21. 1010.:13: NO. 3:1.: No. Monday.New
: to recuperate. Among! other pleasant yet .... 78. 0 208.
I \ lIt -.... . ....-..=ro .. Tork :Fast Mail No.. 3(1
Is a searching cleanser, and by Its action .a. .9001' 8811aLv..JACK80NVILLII: ... ..A r T30 .m ... '
f' acquaintances made were Capt Bule ..... . .40pm LOCal Jacksonville 6:BS p< ni. dally for '"? .
frees the of all IIIbe.1 93/11'/ liMa., ....Oran Pa"... .... .... 8112.10 .121'10 Mbed II<' !
system Impurities, ,. JlI..W'y 9t11p 100Ja I ...... ... ... ern points Carries through Sleepprs) ;
f of the
l superintendent steamboat line; producing a sound healthy liver. It Is .... ._ an q J '. Editor Chas. U. Walton of the "pink the standard household remedy for liver . . .... 10UIp 124a.. ....Gre.ne..v. 8prip..J.;; ... oo. )' 9.00a.m.
l ........ ... .... .... ... .. ... . 11431'10 &0 8.. Limited 1 1sonVille Leave 106
and stomach troubles and has the .Boet..l..k ..... ., .. ..... .. .... ..... Cincinnati and Florida DOlI
l'l'1' paper, or ISCDIAX, RIVER ADVOCATE unqualified ........ ..... .. .. '
I ; 10 30ft UOp:: 10 lOa. ..I'alatll......... ...., ... .II.00 am. M l' m 3011 6:M p. m. Arrive Cincinnati ....
Miss. Jeannctte Wilson, daughter of the endorsements of thousands of . .... II Ilia llot: a 108lla .. .. .. ... . 42h 10 U9p 101 220 m p. ni. rime a little over 24 hours. 110' \
our best citizens throughout the country. . It 1:119&: 10 to. : ::: :: :::::::r. Pot,;,:.: ... ... am m bule Train runs via Kverett Macon \1\11I10 Loa'
I leading physician; Capt. Oeo. W. Scobla Having. been before the people for .. . 1:11111': 1I'I4Ia: 10ilia/ ....... .cre.c.oeelty ii ii....... : : .m ..031'10 17lom 1MI'm Chattunongra. Connects<< for Nsshvuisi"vllle .-:
many ... 10111' tlMa: 111:_ .. .... .........88"lIIe ..... .... ... 338.10 l28pm St. Conls, Chicago and all northern
.' I ,1// J. and others, who each and all did everything years, its long and honorable career Is a ... ..... 2301' lMIa: n4\a.\! .... ...IJeIAfOn Sri;;ga.. .... ... am 34ftI'm till 12110am western points.Ashevllle -
.. sufficient of and reliability. ........ : 143a .... ......... :: t2 I' 10 III0am
..: to make our stay at TItusvillepleaMint guarantee purity lilliI' 114111' OI.n.1 ....... .. .... Pullman.81ror:
. -aoam 30MI'm 1081am Route. Through
,.,.. ..'j C" ... Simmons Liver Kegulator Is .... 400 I' :IUd.. 1:1: 01''.. .... ........Itere.ford........ ...... 0. 8avannahbla .
2MI'm Car service for Cincinnati via 1
I ''I '. (. ( and exciting. We also had the manufactured by J. II. Zellln A Co., ........ ....... 4ao&> ....... .......1I4OaLv.: .. .... ....... ..... ...... .. ..... .23111'10.1008p'm... .... .. .Aaherllle Hot Sprinin KnoxvUle t Jlc
t' ... .. .. of
\I t ... ',,1, pleasure of meeting here Mr. I'. A. Philadelphia, and U readily distinguished .... . ........ tlllI"p/.. ..... ..F.nte..rlltfl ...tLv. .. ... .. .............. the Celebrated Mountain Countrv II'
'x t'. I \ :'" Bethanoourt, a roan of over three score, by the red Z on each package.PostmasterGeneral . ..... ..... . .. . .........TI.f\.SVILL ..:::... 'i:v 120tam .. . Carolina, leaves Jacksoivlll neturnlnl* 'SJ.nil.I'. Jives airi"
: . .. ........ __ nOOllam. .... .. Cincinnati 7JA a. m.
.t .P""la..._.............. .. .. ....
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.ui ueariy ana wen, ana or vast knowl. ........ ..... 1"A Jacksonville :KMam _. .81
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I <''rrento.. ......... .. ... .. .... .
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Latin countries, putting In t"ent'1ear. an announcement of Interest to democratic ...... 6:10: p. 800 a .124Up Ar........ .. .. ". ... ..... ........ 1311am EMambla Bar Leave .JlICkeon 110'10d
..> ters whoae ..... . ... .... .. 1101'10 800.10 .. oaS
i stma term expire .Aleam..nte "prlnp.... .. . for Lake City, Live Oak
as a hotel keeper at Panama, and well on varioua dates under the new administration. ..... . .... ...... ... . .. ..,Wlnl..rPark.. ........... .............. Talltthaaaee. River! lIIaPedl.n.: i",)\'
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numbering the cholera experience He ha has decided .2IIa laop .Or..ndo... . . . 12M pm 121111anl ..... ... New Orleans, and the "annthimt 81efpol"
to adhere .
says ..h ..... .... . .....KI..mmH. ........ .... Cssssetleas. and tbe Paolflo Coaet. Carrie*
there of Gen.,, Grant when conducting I to the four year tenure of office ..... . ... ... Ar.... . ....Bartow Jc... ...Lv ................. No. t anlvee Jacksonville 8 KX: >a. m ..
policy for ., In ..;..... ... 8110 a// S t(1p( . .. . . .1.ak..laD I ..... .. .. .. .,. lO art.
to California\ the postmastera except cases < 130. m 104ft .. Leave* Jacksonville 9:18 a. m. c.tbOt'n. .-
troops fifties. Mr. .. ........ 1 am. If'
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where such officials should be removedfor . ... . T201>m InllS.m. .. -- ... ... .... .. .. ... Kllver Spring Ocalu! ...".
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speaks seven languages much cause. . .... . .. .Lv .IJlpm fllonpm . ... Key. ,' Leeebnrflr. Tacl".reor1aD CJII<
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of the early history of Louisiana and . .... 411 5 .. ... . \
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have ........ Tt_ & FrldllJ'. SorpAr....... ., .,.... l' 01 .od Sun. 8lnnlnllh.m, M..mphl... Ran... -lty. ThI'OUIlt b Pnllman Sleeper' "
ence with his talk: by the hour. Us U a a cough any length of time. All x.rW.: ,. .Lv 11811 Wed..nd", boun to aaa wiesbo"n: _. for'
pm City. Th. la .
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that I III needed to W." an.' ""t. II 0 a AI'. ... ... .... ..11..na... .. .... Lor 1236 mIW.I. ?? Atlanta. Birmingham,
permanent guest at Mr. Baal's establishment allay soreness of the l' and philO. 8prlDlI1eltl. ani) Kaiua* City. No. 35 return arrives Jacksonville 9 00.m. cY'
throat or to free the bronchial tubes 810' a. ...-Lea"e"aolleonvlUe 101' Brunswick by the.Cumberland Ko ite steamer. and
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and Is a man of the kind one Da11 Daily except Sunday. berlao doesn't with from Irritating mucous Is Ayer's Cherry Trains.1 and 31 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping. Care.WaetSSSSilluod..t. 4:00: p. _Locat lOt' E,"",". a...coanectlon lOt' Bmnawlck. 'Shortest andAmve ''ckef't
meet day. Pectoral. la ; 2
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every a wonderful, AIM P. M.-Lo al II
cough- TalI.and
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"It Is now just a week sine we left cure, and should ba In every. medicine- orr.a.Traina 23 13_anti.1 78 ill"80IId.,an.V.tlbaled.,' .. '1'I."w.TralftII.. ....ISIa with._Parlor_ "(8I1v.'an beeII.. J.., o"tI1. aod_Tam.... .... P. M.-I'or Tampa and locermedlace 10termedJat.e P"lnt. Pullman points..\eetMfn.JacksonvilleTrafflo Amv."_'" ri 18.7J1_!
.JUDc" fOf Bockledp. d jote.. Throu.II81..n 101'' CIIICiDtl via .... ... ani'"
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home, and to-morrow we' start out on a chest. Tral.pol.tA... "oa Ute I.dlaa Rlftl' vW. I.to p. m..&1'1'I.,. Cb.cIAna&1 T.15.. \1evme.leav. Wea'- po. 111.
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If a man owe you dollar you want ant" '" OotokIa dlan River on a cosy sloop that I have to make am effort to collect half of It at -. .t. arc 1':10.. .... daU ueep'8UA<1a7. Ulllp.lD.. ..Clearwat. .:at p. Pulhn." IIeItd! 81 fol' Bees o.10de4 all NIrhS:TO TraIn.. Parlcw Clan betwMD JacboDrill.. anel Ta rpA1.7' -
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tNDIANIUVER'.ADVOCATE :MARCH sd 1891 ;: .
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.. A Touching-Appeal.A l-ltIZES.FOR TOltS.On TWO. INVEN-. DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? I S i) :' .

9 ooB M. KoBams. WALT 8.GBAHAM. Western editor of a country newspaper THE Experience

BOBBINS A GRAHAM, made the following touching *far. a Bicycle: Brake and the Other' Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Are

appeal to.his delinquent subscribers i for a Monkey Wr.neh>. budded at the .ground; on 4-year-old
ATTORNBTS-AT-LAW Florida Rough Lemon stocks.. 3,000 of has that
4BoUBs Lives of 1men oft remind u* A highly; Interesting competition be- them are Tardlff, others are Parson PLANT proven conclusively i

:OFFIOs :From 10 to 12 a. m., The Honest toll doesn't stand a chance; tween a large number of new inventionshas Brown Ruby Tangerine Homosasna, better grapes and peaches, I
and 2 to 4. more we work there grow behind us just been ,decided'by a distinguished
p. m. Bigger patches on our very Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, 30o. .
pants and of them
I Tmr8Vii.iJB, Brevard Co.Plorida.p. On Board of Awards, and a hand each $2G.35 per 100. more ; ,arc produced

: o.Box.109. Now our are pants urines once of new different and glossy hue:., some cash prize and a solid gold) medal : Boone's Early A Mott's Blood, 60o. when Potash is. liberally: !: .:11>. :.
l:'Will practice In all the courts-state and fed All because subscribers linger awarded as the result of the decision. each $40 per 100. SYSTEM.Notice '
eral. And won't pay; us what Is due. For some time the patent of John Wed- Satsuma and Mandarin, 40c. each. plied. To insure'a full crop of ;

.. Special land title facilities- for examining and perfect.Ing Then let all be up and doing; derburn .I Co., of Washington D. C., Lamb Orange, CCto. each.. choicest fertilizer \
quality: use a
Semi your mite, however small have given a monthly reward of $150 tot Seedless Grape Fruit Soc each $41)
Or, when winds of winter strike us, > the Inventor who should submit the I
We will have no pant .t&ll. per 100. containing not less than 10%
CART-EL WES, best invention from the standpoint'1 Also all of the varieties of peaches to Travelers. '

L simplicity novelty and utility. The that are known to be best suited to''thin
NOTARY PUBLIC, "Justice" Heard from Again. Board of Awards composed of Senator South Florida section Including the t. Actual Potash.

STATE AT LARGE. William Stewart Claude of Nevada; Chairman new Free Stone Orange peach that If you contemplate a trip to any point ,,'

Typewriting\ taxes paid for Representative A. Swanspn of originated In Orange county and Is the' North East West to Florida Orchards and .
ldents rents and accounts non- SEBASTIAN FLA., March lIS, 1897. Virginia; Mr. John C EokofT, cashier of best peach yet out for this section. or any vineyards treat .

to) etc., Correspondence. solicited.collected Editor Advocate: the Second National Bank of Washington '- JAMES MOTT point, for reliable in information through ed with Potash are 'compara ";
and Messrs. A. C. Moses of W. :B.
. Titusville, .. Florida. "Consistency thou art a jewel." This Moses's Sons. and Frederick K. Woodward ORLANDO NURSERY, 'Prop'r. rates and most convenient schedules tively free from insects and '

quotation comes vividly to our mind. of Woodward 'Jt Lothrop two of Winter Haven, Fla. write to the undersigned, who will disease.All
?OR S. JONES, when we read the following sentence in ''I the leading merchants In the capital)city plant "

your Sebastian Items In reply to "Just- This Board has just selected the prlre Notice For Publication. answer all letters promptly, and give about Poluh->h."multsot IIM by actual.. ti
Ice:" "We do not wish to get up any winners In tbe contest participated In by 4 you any Information.The penm.nt on the Mil farm. In the Unitu9tatue-I. \I'l
necessary
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. told In a Hula book which we publimh .nd will aledlytoad :
newspaper notoriety, especially where Inventors who submitted their devices foes farrow la Amariua who will '}
la writ lot lu
any;
young ladles are Concerned" We the The Land Office at Gainesville Fla. 1 Routes offered via. the Plant .
[ITUSVILLE, BREVARD CO; FLA question during month of January. GERMAN KALI WORKS. t
very much If this nosy very over- prize $150 goes to William Taylor of February 16, 18U7 J f System the equipment and excellent: 93 Miuaau Si. (iew York. ;
County Judge of Brevard considerate scribe of yours had any idea Kearney N. J., the inventor of a bicycle NOTICE IB hereby given that the following-"
County.
settler taut died notice of
that any one would take any public brake of simple construction and tbe thin to make final proof In support his of tntfin-his service are'unsurpassed by any line;

notice of his Insinuating squib In the gold medal to Theodore O. Thomas, of (claim .and that. Mid proof will be made before Through Sleepers are operated on all NATIONAL rHomeSeekers .'
D.' L. DODSON first Instance, for this Is by no means his Texas, for a. monkey wrench of novel Cleric Circuit court at Tltniivllle, Via., on April
only offence along this line wherein he flrd. 181)7\ vi.: Edward Johnston of Nathan,lOs., trains of this System Insuring Luxury: ;.
design. Homestead 22344 for the lot 6, section .
It. township .
., DENTIST. has indulged his evil propensity to, say .. !I3, south range ST east, and lots 6,1 and 8, Comfort and every convenience. '
nasty things; which have passed un lection 6, township as, south range 88 east.
noticed. The spirit be now claims, if He names the following witnesses to prove his AddressR. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.. -1!|
Office HODGES & GODFREY .ontlnuousresidence upon and cultivation of, L. TODD; ,
,over postoffice.8VIU.E genuine would be very'commendable, Midland,vis N. N. Penny of: N..thant."la.1. | :
but this worthy resolve comes too late, K., J. ITmtorlns, of Canaveral" Via.; W. H. Dlv. Pans. Agt., -
.' .. .. FLOBIDA. for his first contemptible notice in con Manufacturers of Frwtorius, of (Canaveral Fla.; Henry A.Dreter '" .
nection with the matter is the key note of Canaveral 1'1... J. M. BARCO Register. or C. II.'HOWARP, City j'ass. Agt. Exchanging 'Property for Property a 'I
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'L. GAULDEN, to; his true nature and stands as a mute Yellow Pine Lumber Jacksonville Fla." Specialty Send Description of what .., :

V but powerful witness to refute any andall Notice to Creditors. L you have, and what you want. /' j/i l
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW of his professions of unbounded respect r ,.! 4
"where young ladles are con ROUGH *. DHE8SBD: creditors of the estate of Gideon Colnn-- MALABAR Indian River, FLORIDA Y, ';

[Will practice In all the Court of the State cerned." We are free to say that we Orange Box Beads, TOT later of Brevard : I' "\
I Florida, and the United States Court. did not like "our manner," nor have we will take notice that the administrator ol YILjiisV.PILL; ,, C",C. CARROLL {.
Trait "Vegetable CraUw.: said estate has the
suggested Insolvency of the
|P. O.Box,235. 'TmjSVILLE, FLA. yet Been any one else that did; and same; Real Estate Agent. :{
Lumberdelivered at of Indian Hirer JllCWD c.vaaT. "tcva....n...
while we or not be deficient in any part Wherefore said creditors and all
Honey to Loan. 16 may may persons fall*!lor up. I
stature we claim to possess a spirit of on through building: bill on of the lading.East Coast Anyone would contempIaS.InR do well to having claims against said estate wllf be required ,,AL.wretl..Nandear'., or painful '
FREEMAN fairness that your correspondent seems write for prices. The Sawmill\Is situated on theJ. before me on or beforeTBX ladles.pwnnurauoa..InvliroraMs Mow'' wl..err.ae'ilk. The Largest and Most .Com- : :
HALL
sadly deficient In. .,T.& K.W.Ry4 9 miles south of Falatka. FIRST DAY OW' JUNE,180T fl'--.I........ ...I.... .. Han (
and file with their said !IIP'-! ....uboiSI.er. Snnll '
me claims
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Most of us are familiar with the storyof Satsuma Hlghta, Putnam co..Fla. be barred. or.paymentwill .NooIetI_ In plain .....PI> ' A the thief who when being persued This mh day of November 1898. .... py for pallsIPpLR.trl4: a b to Pi- :.' f
INSURANCE AGENT. with the yell of stop thief joined in the MIKO 8.JOHBS )ALAM.OIATIeA, ,11- W, GEO S. }HACKER &SOIL
Master's Sale.'
C.B.
ITltu vUle % .. TVHDALL County Judge. ,
Florida. and escaped notice in the crowd by )f I
try Administrator. >noySOto DlJlO Sold by J. B. Screven only. .L
[Representing all the beat and strong ttrowlng; people off their guard and pre ; '!

ft I; Insurance Companies. la prepared tending to be in pursuit instead of being UNDER..and and by sale virtue Issuing of out a decree of the of Circuit fore .j:
T write lines to amount ursued. This Is drawing* rather a ., '
any anywhere Court for Brevard county In a cause there.In .
\ tha.East Coast. strong contrast, but ;your scribe Is tryingto depending wherein J. C. Capehart Is cotnIsinantsndY. DES 17 iSFRUITTBEESro .. ,.. ;
divert attention from himself by endeavoring M. Pish as administrator of T. ({
K.Dixon deceased, et. al.. are defendants| I '* !
fSCATBTB BAT DADK CoUNTY to make it appear that we are will sell at public auction In front of the court \..
the; ones that are trying to bring young bonce door during the legal hour of' sale, r \.i"I' t
W. EWAN, the Nrctr sr ROFIT AND PLEASURE "i
ladies Into "newspaper notoriety, while upon :)"
I. U. COMMISSIONER.. he poses as their protector and Joins In FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A O 1897, WHITS' .
I t Notary Publlo State at Large. the; cry of What we want Iso to the highest: and beet bidder for cash the following QULITy/ v ,ij
.tor.thief described real situated In Bread NURSERY .
estate POMONA \
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Lands Selected made. ; stop squibs from going THE ,
; Conveyances county Florida' ,te-wlt' The north-half of the .
prrespondence solicited..Addrees: from this place, and we are willing northeast quarter of Ill tlo.. 89, and the southwest Ow 'S''etCES MaCCltNNr. /LOeIdA. 1 1t.,
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove to let the public decide who Is right on quarter of the southeast. quarter of section I

I. Office Ewan's Landing.ATTORNEYATLAW the; premises; and furthermore, Mr. 90.Also In township ten ac....24 of,south land range eight 38 of east.which Is an *Iliai* will' tell you motet t. pleat and \ .V
I Editor, as he, out of the kindness of hta orange grore described, a* follow Boundedon FREIGHT. er In stock BOW lull line to pleat of It. W. here l'if
a
needed lsP1jfEPAID
everything
the north by land sold to Mrs.A. B. Cantles
heart and tbe of his nature, : i
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'EOROE W. ALLEN generosity and still to her, and THE GARDEN ,
by T. K. Dixon belonging OR ORCHARD;
bas said that' has
( ) a rightto ,
upon which Thomas Cantles, now or formerly c
express his feelings if he so desires," resided; on the east by: Indian Hirer t on the Ilulbasris: torin'.s: :h J'eralm..o Bo... _e;'-iin Jrt": '
:, we ask that you accord us the' same south by: lands now or formerly: of Mrs Annie r
and John P.- Ie", and the west I
Dixon on by '
privilege and publish this letter In-full. a THE POMONA NURSKRYlManelenny
lands now or formerly known a* vacant lands. D ,
1" West, Florida.: JUSTICE., : The deeds of aforesaid Mrs. Cantle, Mr. Annie Fieri el.. :
Dixon and John P. Bets are on record at I j'
'ill'practice In the United States T1tu.villeBrevardsounty,' Florida. Tb.above I :
1 State Courted CjunOS Deafness Cannot be Cured described ten acre of land I* the tract where .'
Thomas K. Dixon formerly resided; Is one acre ,
wide on the river and runs back to a pond on
the west about etb( yards, and Is a part of lots a FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY r\\t
R. F. H. HOUGHTON, By local applications,' as they cannot and 6,section 28, township 24 south rang M '
reach the diseased portion of the ear. east. I

There is only one way to cure deafness MINOR .. JONES (Successors to TOE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) t. I : {

DENTIST. and that is i by constitutional remedies. marO-aprl Special Master.
Deafness is caused by an Inflamed con I I Pianos Organs and Musical. Merchandise.
dition of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Notice.

tona Tube. When this tube gets In- l i'f
Florida. --- ,
lamed you have a rumbling sound or A' CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIA.NOS: AND. ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE:

to Imperfect hearing. and when It Is entirely tn Court Probate of the Jurisdiction.County Judge exercising We purchased in January last the Immense'' stock of Pi"n08. Organ, sheet ;itv

O. FRIES, C. E. closed deafness is the result, and unless music and musical Instrument* of The A. D. Campbell Co. W. are cloning out \ l
the inflammation can be taken out and In.the matter of the 'estate of ClaraT. the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full ,.
COUNTY: SURVEYO this tube restored to its normal condition H. Eaton, deceased: line of'' the celebrated Conover New England Schubert and Klngsbury; Pianos ;

,rand hearing will destroyed forever; THIS! day this cause cams on to be heard up We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to. 9200: more than we ):
sub-divided nine oases out of ten are. caused by; ca- the report of the Commissioner appointed '
legally surveyed and ask for them :
to make sale of lot e, block 10 In the f .
neatly is nothing but an inflamedcondition town of Melbourne and It appearing that said Co NometylswwsL.,.............,..3110 Ralneslroe.strleemab..s I ,.,......f2oo ( ;.
ping done. Estimates for of the mucous surfaces.We property was bid In by one of the ....< 37Bwal. (
will hundred dollars''for the will of Clara T. H. Eaton' deceased, to-wlt .. t& .f.Ak.............*...... ..o.. KM Malcolm Live, .........../....... 3Ao jl
| kinds of engineering! works. Dies give one _by Elizabeth C.Eaton for the cum of l.OOS. a J.wal...................6.., am Steinway eb...........*.,..n. MoI'M ; '
any case of deafness (caused catarrh) Now therefore,all peno Interested In said ,a M.b..t., ...... noMoCammoD Kverett eb..nn.u....,. : )
I lines a specialty. that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh estate are hereby required to appear In this a a K.waI......................... 8'.l3 Klngiiburv. .jrl* B eb.n..a.n.u. ra ..-
Send for free. court upon the style in.wal..u..u..l..u MM A.b......... ......rue, 800
ASTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Cure. circulars a f !CJmah..M... ......... .BOOM Knabe....nd ........,............11IIo '
F. J. CHENEY CO., Toledo,,;*. ). FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A D 189T. ,a T.waI./...,..,........... 275a BtuyvesaatVewsby .b, .......r..n..,,. 178wal "
,. Sold by druggists, 75o. and show cause..If anythevcan." why said sale .i"as. 7eb..r.................. 1/1IO" ..non.. Boo /
should not be confirmed.It Haines BIOI.. 6eb..a... ....., goo : A Evans .h.oo.l., .......r j.j '
an.'teCi..4.. JYan.: : Is further directed that this order be pub.lisped a a aeb ....'.....a....I 1711 Jas. M. Star, .b..j., ............. Ito k
i every section once to sell staple -A..k your druggist for toe kinder- In the IMDIAM RIVBH ADVooATB-onoe. a .a n almnh.,...............,190 Morris, 7 100

is dealers; no peddling; experience garten novelty, "The House that Jack week Done for and four ordered successive at week the Probate office, at Some of these pianos have been rooted, but we have had them ro-polUhed and

every; best side line. 975.00 a Built. If. ntusTllle, Florida, this Seth day: of February', put In thorough order and we guarantee them to be satisfactory tir mome,. re
A D MW' We furnish stool scarf Innstruotloa book and delivered f. b. Jacksonville
kth. Salary and or large funded. a o.
expenses : MINOR B. JONES!: ,
{mission made. Address, with 2 cent Rooster* are said to. clap their wings ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write usFKEYBB /
County Judge.Master's '
nip for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap in an unusual manner before rain, and mart-apra : A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY, a

I Manufacturing Company, Clncin- hens to run in dust and seem to be very .24 East,Bay',Street, Jacksonville, Fla. ; d

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I "Successes the reward of merit" not TTNDICR and by: virtue-of a decree of foreSI *
by will you buy bitter nauseating closure and sale Issuing out of the Circuit Wantedlnl'i'f
Is '
s i when Grove's Tasteless Chill of assumption. Popular appreciation. Court for Brevard county a cause there- .
what tells in the long run. For fifty In depending, wherein John McAllister Is complainant $0qther'Ra
is
o as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. people have been using Ayers and K. O. Vlvell et. al., are defend
druggist Is Authorized to refund' years, ante: I will sell at public auction In front of the
Sarsaparilla, and today it Is the blood- coal house hoar of
case where it falls to door during UHl1etr&l e&Ie. '
every twayio
the .
Pace, 60 cents. 23-10-97 I purifier most in favor with publlo.Ayer'l upon the
II I Sarsaparilla cores. FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL, A D 1887', '
to the highest and best bidder for cash the following ''
described real estate, situated In Brevrd THE SHORTEST .
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ABSOLUTELY ROljTETtnxitAjr
ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR One crow flying alone Is a sign of foul county: Florida, to-wlt A strip of land ,

women to travel for responsible weather, but if crows fly In pair expect five chain sod twenty-three link Stay wide, I. ''
and from the Atlantic to the
lisbed' extending ocean r
house In Florida.
Salary :BBAwnro> :BOOK OARS Dnraro: OAr ,
and fineweather. Indian River a distance of seventy-three ((73) ill :acnrcnl ,
expenses. Position permanent. chains, the south line thereof being parallel
nce. v Enclose se11-addresaed The variety In belt buckles bewilder with and serenty-seren feet north of tbe couth osovall 'ARS OOAOKXI, VMTiaXTXjED TLUJrI.r .

envelope. The National, Star ing. The most recent conceit in this line seven lie of(27)section south thirteen, range, (13)tbirty-eeveo) township. (37)twenty-east,

e iBldg., Chicago. jan29,97at i Is a center of delftware framed In. gold. containing..IB acres,more or leas.D. WEST.
L.OAC DEN, NORTH;EAST AID

do you need la the way of '10 cases where dandruff,scalp diseases, marSpra Special Master. : THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN fLORJDA 'AND THE BA$T.
opetl", note and letter heads, bill falling and grayness of the hair appear 1
i, statements, tags, cards, etc ff do not neglect them," but apply a proper Notice For Publication. k New,York and Florid Limited, ,
h f aH be glad to nave a share of your remedy and tonic like Hall's Hair Re- -. Washington and Southwestern Limited,. i

newer. Land Office at Gainesville Flag 1 And the United States Fut Malt \

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lie Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Diamond and pearl necklaces, broochesand OILY ftl lOUiS JAOKSOVTILLB TO .WAIHUOTOIV *..
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net $5 i.No.;two, 910; No.' hree16vlUe bracelets are a conspicuous featureof .I settler*hereby has Sled that unties the of following-his Intention OILY J7 EOUlt JAOIIOITILLB '1'0... T01Z:
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Fla.j evening dress this season. to snake final proof In support of his amn I TtssttsJalisess insiices' rff.r...'*--..dw loco m..I3.0w end tMw Ole
claim and that said proof will be made before Oen tIIIrOe k .. ........ eb
Induced Clerk Circuit court at TitnsvlUc Fla.. on April ..,-.. 'ta.axeeAl 1M/C.... -...;
j launder once signified to lavender Paolo was originally a fright *rd,I9.7! .viz Hrniry' A. ursler of Canaveral, "
accidentally having seen the god Pan, Fla..Homestead:WIT,for tbe lol 4, section 33. "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED '
tone Clothe with the leaves of by wess-half of southwest quarter section 34, and 'I d
before laid who was very terrible,of aspect. northwest quarter of northwest quarter,section ...ITsT.s>.iTislss from Ji lanisifB*tcCSsslne**!vU Everett. .&I1asY..4AaMs.e.ga.
plant being away. 20: township 23,couth rang M ea t. OUT M EODia: JAOriOlTILLB TO OmOI..T&OnT'M
e Be names the)following wtloeseee to prove his
Now to the time to purify ;your blood continuous residence and cultivation of, HOTJ1IJAOISOITILLB TO LOUIITILLB.V .
and Hood's Sarsaparmlla to the) best said land viss H.nry'ilson' of Canaveral.Fla. esaa--I .V OatWAAO,' QEr1 LAl D,131D[ f1f1P01,1e. DVrBOIT. n. few.W .
Thousandsof .; Arthur Franklin of eaaa".J'1a.. I *J.Prmtoriue. W .. ...
t t medicine for that purpose. .of Canaveral,rla.l W.H.Pneioriu*, pd.as I
great cures prove .that It to the one of Canaveral., Fin. 'JAOooiriLLi '
EABCoeEgf.t.r. TO R. LOUIS.Bat .
a'r. J. M. 173000$ $uirard OAM .
true blood purifier. w 'Wen.. ..p..TaT.BaN.BV aMaeBaL Anla.....BsaVa BaMataheMal ...JabttV I"....... :

lnaei ybM.aei .wk.w ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST.,:LOUIS. .
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es .. ,saa, '.,, Hood' pills are the favorite family cathartic ...... > "*ma..e rjrJs ssN-rnssqty win the flu 1 t..sl.oset ; ?
and liver medicine. Price 260. Owll. IMtt-,.- ..... N$5. seas *** J..em. t.
Ch.-......al .,w.earem. (.. r ;

SEEI AIUSM tee bow l min "
$ Yon a "LAND'OA'THBSKY.'' .., ... ,
fall of latex's sermon to going to bo by his text.8omsUm4)jbyt 9 I :
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G.':::' ,f;I : Ii: .+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.W dlan exertions.River-'AI'to is due.his to-,.ability his untiring aa a CRATES '

I' ., (CLOTHINt.( '
::1 the
his currency -
speeches on
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; 0..1IT"01'' TUB IHDIAM aivu.HAB '
''OJ';I II.:; YO&.AND..1110..11.. .lvaaorsras.j measures which be delivered during -, TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES, .
I"! I, 11,, his-first term, speak for. them.! ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,

,j' "'It.,1" H. WALTOW Editor ft Proprto***. selves. :Shoes flats Underwear ,eta LETTUCE BASKETS PINEAPPLE CRATES.
Florida la to be 'congratulated
Crate Nails To
.f' I ". such Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant Wraps
y IJ Check to..rat be mart payable CoCll.uu..M upon having possessed two O. F..
I PADDISON Eau
1 ,'", 1" :HE. W""III'OIf.pub1IHber' and proprietor ,tI representatives, who were not mere Biggest i t ''Stock on the M Coast. Qallle, jB. .
r ------------ -- ,figurehead, but went to congress : ,. .
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with the intention of teeing credit / *
I .: ;,; TOURISTS'have been rapidly mov,, to thelratate, und representatives' -W.. DAWSONVholesale.

I i ing northwards this week, +nri. in' fact of their constituents, which / ;Itl ,

't nearly every northbound! train has intention they have both carried ) RetailLIQUOR
.' : helped to reduce our winter &population. *' !I. \ and
I J nut to the letter, no
I ( ;e''[ '. I .Marcel has been ..nIon.! -., tlmn slight sketch of Ff1 '
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very '
I '' i usually warm tnonth, and this '!thaw the work these gentlemen haveiloi'ie 0 OilIl '
: eu3 &
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ICI WINE
:"t sent many north that would hive in behalf ofthe state, but PIPb US

., I j', remained longer, unouglihas been written to show 1. ; 12711 I
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that th.confld nce.reposrd In them ; I IJ

''i; I'I, :,1 ;;< TRUCK work :for farmers some time have'past been tending ha

,,1'-" !.' .l; ,probably tbelr many would vegetable never crops have, which been. placed.Hereafter Ex Congressman C.
I :aft Cooper. will engage.in the'prac. .
: /ti) ::, .I grown had it not been for the,. with brother Jno. *
: '. :ties of I law his I Mexican and Florida Cigars.FINE .
weather has been
I ; 'I freeze.> : The J5...Cooper, with offiVeaIn' the Law
I'ii! and ,vegetation' l Is put, \
c quite warm
'Jacksonville, and wewish
aKxchunge
AwcnrWHISKEYS
( i GiROCERIE
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strides.OOEHIBPONDEKT .
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:,! ting on. rapid him all the. success he de- '
'\ .\ .' ..,,.vel. ) from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Oow
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1 A / of the New: u-: Price List upon Application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If .

'* ;" Haven Journal and Courier In-' 41" you wish to open an account you must give first-class city referee Ira!
I ,' 'THE RIVER .LIGHTS. "" ,
l is
J'H; .formelt tlmt a society being organlzed -;
.
'I in New illaven to consist .- .It is a -Grave Mistake -

t a II' of those whose ,prtieestors camel The'Steamboats; are now in active ,

'I II) ,i I ,from Great Britain and were entitled t ; to display cout armor, un., :River .irtd we. should (Insist upon TO BUY} YOUR 'DRESS GOODS. Spring & Summer Goods

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II ''f' cording to the records. of. the !tike establishment of the bea- ,

II ..h 1!: heralds college In'London. runs. 'VVVJiave. been deprived of

,r't.:11,.: ;' them too Jong already, and l the Without ;First Sending to

d1 t 'I1, ':! '(, WB have received, some'. copieH "" uner t hy arM once-more in use, To Storekeepers (Only : .. ...... .. ..
tifee bettor" I m'i I of a new j/aiuphlet t. sent out by

,i JI; .", ; Traffic) Mah8Jler.J..l) : '.IJl'l'kwltb, of tier l'h4'< tf lights fin,the river are tn The[ Store We now nave Complete I Stock of the above-dam
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b, i i the F. E. C., liy, containing un IIr.i navigation' what street lights are Surprise *
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,. W ". title on t the health of the l< all, tA" towtismd ,are just ns neces.MIry. Gocds at Low Prices.
:Dead, Indeed should we consider ,
f II ,ji) el Coast of Florid, written jointly by
'I ,; *'? Dr. S. G. Worley, of St. Augustine, a'town, that failed to light Its Mosquito Nets on frames and in the piece floe meshes; Sand-fly netting
,,!-1. and Dr. W. of Cocou. IIt1'leet t aitvnjght, and useless the ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Screen cloth; Cotton Clashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cottonades; Sumiti
JIughlett,
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> ;, oOirials' that permitted to go un: Lawns; Wash goods; White goods, :Ducks etc. We keep everything usually] i II
> The article 'was published in the demand; ate prompt; in shipments and alnr" to give ,best value for the moot)
: J ,:' k \ I' l Journal of the American: Medical IlIO ted. W.ellil the, biblical sayIng FOR SAMPLES: 'of the many Liberal dealings our motto .
strated In this "from
tilli) case,
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Association In
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t ; ( February << BENEDICT POLLAK & CO.
: t : 1 should be read by nil visitors to him Ihnt halt not shall 'be, taken ; ,

I '\\ f : the East Coast of ,Florida. Send vfen what,.be hath;" NEW AND STYLISH GOODS 32. 34 &. 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fli
;' I We'lIup'PfMle the beacons were
: to St. Augustine for one.
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I dlsoontlnu rd primarily on account
:' I cessation steam. JAMES PBITCHAXD President W. M. BROWN Vice-president
: ( if the practical ; ;
t COMPTROLLER REYNOLDS, boat traffic but now that it l is resumed SHOWN THERE.*** C. S. Scbuyler, Cashier.
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I the lights should be re
I'I J' }% Of Tallahassee, under date of established! without.: delay. Web --- .

""i k.! i I t March 15th, sent out, the follow .ve>a right to demand them, and! It Is J the Largest as weB as the most Up-to Date Slot In the State and an INDIAN RIVER STATE BAN
I ', \ ing circular'letter to the tax col- have them: Our receives .
1' i 1 ire batte.got to Order Sent or a.Bequest for Samples prompt attention the day received.Proprietor
,? I I' iI' boors l of the various Bounties ,I 'aI1UI, desires and necessities inth'e (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
t t II throughout; Florida and it J. ::-I2IT.: ESTES
as .
may of aid
governmental are I

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I q having been received at this office from eu'i. _d want of a light, anight ,
J ;'.1.. (t tax oollectois'In relation to the extent i .by Transacts a General Baiiiii
t t'' stun, of tho time In willed to enforce the be r greater ,Josa to tne owners .
.JII' :1 I' I ciillfotloil of the taxes of ]181)0) I deem It the. n the total coat of keeping the White sow from F. Wblte. Miami. 'Business.

I if"; I 'bust to advise all tux collectors that I hea, tons ,lighted ,for a year "ndtbot.llg On Monday evening a manatee 9 feet
'I have no authority to direct the pout- long and SuO pounds In weight wits {
wee .
j are ,aware that thereare and Oldest Bank the
Largest
Capt. Tony Canova has on
returned
'f ponement of the tax adveriinement, and caught by two gentlemen who have been to liij
I 4F r!! I .ale, beyond the period by law. In this 1 1 greet many night when art. here several days for,the. purpose. Several Roekledge Exchange sold, on all Foreign Countrla.I
I jt4\III\! I f commotion however, your attention Is facie 1 (light l is not necessary, still smaller ones Rot Into ,the net but :Mrs. 'C. W. Rockwood and daughter ,-
,,; t sited' to the fact that the date of final pitch -dttrk. nights are by no means were not kept as they wanted as large,:: a have been spending a short while here DIRECTORS:
; settlement with the, state and county uncoi nuton when it is impossibleto one as possible. as the skin nod skeleton this week. u: J....PRITO ..RD.W.B.BARNBnrPied(( *
i WAS changed by the act of 1 189.1, flora the are to be used for soientflo puip..sei. ,, of the National Bank ot Jack (invllleJiT\ )
J c flmt. Monday in May to the Hint Monday see a ..yard ahead. This I. a They could not let tills one go aa It Twenty-six members of the Legislature OOBKBB <( +I' In July, Sue sections IIS: and HO, of chapter subject: that i is of Interest to all drowned I Itself before could be released. of the Bahama Islands have been Jacksonville), and W. M. BROWN,
I :: 4.JJU: : Laws of Florida. It would be reslden ali .B1.ong.Jndlan River, and The flesh of the manatee was salted entertained at the Hotel Royal Palm by I V COBRKBPONDKNT8.
best, for you to consult the Hoard of readers and all down by the people here. It Is much Henry M. Flagler, and the flag of the N ,. Seaboard National Bank of New York
sour concerned l
hop M
I we English nation has bees "rd m National Bank Jacknorvllle.
Commissioner of gaily
County floating
article of
your county better than beef as an food
and fix such date for sale will will aid us In effecting a from the dome of that palatial hostelry. '
your aa while the fat renders an oil that cannotbe : :
I, d jk't subserve the best Interests of all the.lax: satlsfac tory outcome of the matter. surpassed for cooking purposes.Sebastian. In the party were the following: Hea- 1"I".J"USV"LL> I LA .
psyers. beth Bell W. E. Orm bister, H. H. Sawyer -
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t .'Our has Dr. McClure M.
Supreme court decided that Frazier Dr. Al-
I hi 6 the power of a ta'x collector to enforce to t ,Coast llomance. bury H. A. Broad E. C. Kemp O. Ad-
An 1 .
( : ; I the payment of taxes by levy and sale, derfey C. E. Sawyer A. E. Moseley J. 1YjIAMI'\ !
t under the warrant of the assessor, 'continues W. Culmer\ D. A. Brice C. S. Sands t ., .
I .; ; t In full force until all the taxes: We are in eeelpt of a copy of "An Rev. S. F. Cove, of Tltusville, is in Ronald Young:, R. F. Pyfzoar J. P.
collected." Mrs. Caio- Sands n. T.
are East Florida Uumanoe, by town this week.t"Corbett Kahming Charles Sultan
line Washbu ra Kookwood. The book Is Thomas Russell, J. L. Saunders W. C.
an Interestii ig >one to all residents: of had better come south for B. Johnson! Henry LIghtbonrn, Orlando Town
SPARKMAN AND COOPER. and ,,visitors u Florida, and indeed to health." Prltchard Heary Bturrup:! ''J. G. Ballard Lots Now on Sal

I t r anyone who 'isites to gain reliable data Capt. R. A. nardee Is cleaning up and F. M. Meaendez. They were all ,
; I i j Now that the fifty-fourth congress of our state; Inasmuch. Ic contains more ridge land for grove purposes. right royally entertained by Mr. H. M. "" '
data .
much valuable concerning the East Flagler ere leaving for NaRsaq.WANTED .
t has come to an end. It will Coast and Is p tofusely Illustrated withFlorida Will Braddock spent Sunday with his A..E General For
I be In order to cast a slight retrospect scenes .:'bUJ are true te nature. parents here. FAITHFUL KINGSLEY Agent
the There is sufflolont plot to the MEN OR ,
over work done by our story
I The racer "Nlade" is just off the ways to travel 'responsible
two representatives In that body, (which and Is attract In reixllty lv Iy a written pleasantly conceived of and looks] like a pretty girl with a new established bouse In Florida. Salary Mrs! Julia D. Tuttle
diary ,
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$780 and
1 Messrs. dress. Position
and expenses.
Sparkniao, Cooper, the Derinan-
a Florida trip) to' sustain the reader'slaterest
__ _. ent.
Reference. Enclose self-addressed
former of whom has just closed from me n rstfu the last page; W. W. Russell and R. G. Hardee went stamped
II bis first and tbe of 'rue after to Melbourne envelope. The National, Star CHOICE BUSINESS AND
1 4 and the latter his second course t J"e. running Wednesday morning In the Insurance BIdg., Chicago. RESIDE"CE'PROPERTY
!I tr term In that august assemblege.ter.Spakman askew for son,i. Unto, straightens Niade.
Itself out In the finis b, as is the manner In all parts of 'the Town. Selecte
The schooner Two Carefully
s record includes of all well-ordered aLTulra of that sort. Bachelors, left port
I T tbe introduction 'of several bills The desoi'iptloiis o'f Florida scenery Wednesday morning for Melbourne and J. S. JOHNSON J Fruit: and Vegetable Lands on
further
points north. CO.
I that have not yet become law but and the evident pleas are the authoress .
l ll I on which favorable reports have derived from that vl.Ot to our state O. R. Fitter, of Jacksonville was In JHiaD1i:: River and Bay Biscayne
E I 14t been secured t and he make the book pleasant and profitablereading l town this week. Mr. Fitter Is one of the '-MmaufMtnrvra of Correspondence
has interested Solicited
.r << from Actual Investors and Settleis. ,
especially to tu OM who wjah) to most popular traveling men on the road. .
y himself In the establishment know something of the I ewer East Const ....Fishing Supplies.... Main Office Hotel Miami '* FLORID D
The MIAMI
/ n u of beacons and lights at various so recently opened up. The whole con often steamer Delia stops here quite ,
tents of the book people living on the river will do lCorks .
4S places, and in other -the st' orjr itself the -
I many coastwise well
to patronize the steamboat line.
,
descriptions of scenery lad the illustrations
ft E I improvements Mr.
Spark- are true to life, and nothing I la Oeo. llarle caught a manatee(Ben, eow) i
.. I, man has also. assisted- in securing oxac l'II.ted.whloh makes It most refreshing in the Sebastian River this week nn.. --j";;
< l v I an appropriation of $200,000 for reading to those who know luckily the manatee was drowned within i
t.( t Penaacola, and has been instrumental Florida it la, and not an it Is usually three minutes after I It got In the net. Cotton and Linen Netting;
::t'' I t' *> in painted by some Irresponnlftfo scribes, Leads Twines, Etc. Fishing
; r furthering many other ,,'bo. never having visited the state Sebastlanitea are Interested. in the Tackle of every Description| ; Hooks,
; i* t+ projects for the benefit of the picture it as a sort of baibaroma appendage May Day picnic Cocoa. We want to see Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.
ll t' ''i ell atate. His more experienced colleague to the United States, where lawlessness the Nlade sailed under the colors] of See ar TARPON TACKLE A BPECTAI.TT.Baltimore F
bastlanltes
t lot once mote for we believe
holds record runs and mosquitoes bound to
a of whfch '
.. 1 + + public man might be any such an extent,as to make I li> almost that she can beat any boat on Indian -. Md. o ip eneMMOrA4,
I proud, and uninhabitable except for Indians and River. 8 Sl.rt'S
with
reason. Among'the measures other puohvdermatous creatures .
specially beneficial to Florida that Mrs. Kiickwood makes favorable y men- [Send the ADVOCATE an order for anj New York Dental
I Parlors
A he has introduced I. the bill tion of Titusvllle, its handsome stores job) printing you need.]
i k enabling and residences, smart lawyers the _.n. ".__ .... .___. __ .

brandy'fruit such growers of their to fruit distill as they Into ADVOCATE:,-'etc., .In her book. E.s.bu.h.d 185. THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Monej.aille .

cannot self to advantage, and that tt

authorizing the secretary of the Roseland.Messrs. L. BARBOT & CO. Jug T'ad.e SolloltocJ.: ;

treasury to establish sub-ports of t ,. Rye.ndCorn,1wrgal.... .....g ........_ 8JJO
l t. ; : e entry In Florida without obtaining I Drake and Bliwell made'a short General Commission. Cognac T..ID&:,U.II.n.IGln.IIlackberQ'....l'eacland..... ..... Uo IJlflup up Califoral Iroquois R.t Wiae4.e J per gav.Catawbi Fort P

? 4 specittl act. of congress in each trip to Melbourne this week. .- 'Permanently Located. Apple ..., ..... ...." l-HOop Itottled sherry Claret.nd.Angelica..1w dns ...!.:....... 1.011 up
.A IIlnnx ........... Baerper .. '
I. ease. Through his efforts Nearly oppoolu State Bank of Rle.perp1. .. 3JH Imp.Sherrlea. perjPa........... .00". "',
was The Florida. Jolilen Cl'ftwa' .
fishing in "
the Rye. ., '
passed the bill either Sebastian River Hf i i S sir At No. 11 East Bay Shawnee Rre.; pey7[' gal.. ........,. .. 4 no Imp.Oporto .& ...-..a.
giving to home with bait or troll, i II again more I g ? saH Street. Leo Imported Qln. Perpgal...........*-uOertotP<"
1 'l' leaders the right to sell the tim like it should be.Messrs. .s9 i J ALL OPERATIONS GDARAITEED.IrreguUriUea and Fine imported. and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars tl.I5Oterstta.

ber blown down by last fall's Todd and Greniebach = JB PrIau .. ompleete money
.' great of New Ie JroOa f Will mall ion appllcal on.AAll willgbe *
0 n Storm, in the counties through Rooheu, N. Y., who have spent about CII: W Ootdl'lmnjn............ ........ .... iaOas when desired without ICe) list Borders bo*
which five weeks here left (klwtr, J'IWnp.... .. .. .. ....... 111' extra charge. Send for price list.
for
the storm home JIG M 1.00
made its Monday 3&9&331 ......
, Y way, and PoydrasSt tom .............. I'" J. H. '
.. morning. M 10. MARTIN.
the work of obtaining continued hU leu("' 7.) ...;.. ......,. 12.Ot 10 leas 34 & 36W. Bay st
'.}I improvements In'' many Florida X.: M. Stokes, of Woodle, spent Satur NEW ORLEANS. LA.I corrected. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.
1., ok!i .Ivert-and day and part of Sunday I in Roasland. o.-r Itaaurat&1fCJ -. Your patronagv solicited. .
'1 among then the In. While here,he pa-chased a fine Chester a :I Cosuasrolal M trepollta Actuates.Beak. Phone 01.UEjLIty DVUS- Manager. and Jobber wIDe trans of an kinds of Liguori' Wines and Been" 'Down &0 the'PtrU
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SL farm report Among the at a this steamer pleasant those place who trip.St.on Saturday visited Augustine.the last ostrich They were ) .F E RTl LIZ E R S. "t


Harry and Edward Frantz, C. B. Sanders HH BBF .
I and sisters of Indlanola; Sam'l. Holmes >
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aDd Miss Arnold, of Faustina..h "


IAL :..I. nr-be It pleased you Deed to get any a job share printing of ItT, we 1.!i-! 4'' : >KOI. : 1-kICJiS ;! m. .. ; l




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YOU WANT a first clans cement
cistern, write to, F. C. PRANOE, -c-revs i I
VERO FLA. : : :
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Vero dock Is being repaired and put H :'; 1 /I.
In readiness l
IWDER to ship by steamer. : thoroughly tested with excellent result us for prices, and we will prpve to you we can save you money. : : ,
Mulberry trees here are Just baled

{Absolutely Pure. down wlr.lj. fiult; also quite a few guavas GUARANTEEDrfANALTSIS! : STEAMED BONK, RAW BONE, ? III ,:

are ripening.The E-I ....5 to 0 cent. ,
per BLOOD AND BONE,' ACID PHpSPHATE, .
mteri for Its great leavening strength steamer received her first .. ..6 to 7 per cent.Potash ,"fl'{
shipment -
ilthfulnoBB. Assures the food againat DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, > :
d.all forms of adulteration common toLp of vegetables from here Tuesday . . .. . .'. ... ,, .. ,. ,4 to 6 percent. i
brands.. morning. : SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, : "
BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. E-I DExrdLoo: QOQ.OO por 'ton.: E-I'
Vero Is growing slowly, but surely, Special'Prices 'In Quantities. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, IIARDWOOD ASHES, :

new settlers are arriving and building( t COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES: '
:
up our little town. BdF' ,!Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0 : f;

Banyan. prices. 'r 1 I"I
,
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.The'iichooner
"Merchant in H
charge: I J'
of H. B. Michael, has been in port for

Hllliard is going to plant an the last few days. Please I Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send forPamphlet. : 14

i grove on his place !at Banyan. K. C. Prange has returned from Rose- ,: 'e :
*
land where he has built a fine cistern for l-l ,
Ragan is busy fertilizing his '
pIes, which are certainly looking T. S. Drake at Trilby Cottage. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. J

Perhaps the steamer on the river will 'III ,
help the Florida Bust Const Railway to
i section was visited by a much-

1 and grateful rain last Saturday' by take less first than class the full passengers carload and along freight their :Taoksoc.: v-i11e, DF'lorld.GL.: 1 J

IK- line without compelling folks to haul it
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ral Banyan citizens attended a through the sand ten miles. .
tat Bovine ]last Friday evening, and dence among: us when he managed: Hotel
having enjoyed themselves very Fort Pierce, Granada, and many a "glad 'hand" was G. G. SPRINGER rx I
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fishing ex ended as he stepped from the' train )
Tackle ever brought to Indian
Is
last'1'uesday. Mr. McCreary general
'Miss Stella of Court- Bishop Gray, accompanied by Arch
Harper, .
River at the Rockledge store. Do not
agent for Hotel Victory, Put-In-Bay '
down deacon B. F. Brown, held services here, :
ame on the steamer Court- fall to call and examine this fine stock.
Inland, Lake Erie 0. and Is In
traveling Retailer and Shipper Of -- ----
at the Fort I'lel'Oehotel Manufacturer l
onday,"to visit her slater, Mrs. J. PAXTON & HATCH, Rockledge.Melbourne. Wednesday, to a large evening congregation.Mr. :, that interest. After" visiting: his old
an. t-
friends and renewing old acquaintances,
Bule returned on Saturday after and Mrs. Gray, of Woodley, arrived taking In the town generally (and tourists .
rom Bovine, where he has been here on Monday evening.. They particular! ), he; left the following ICE I AND 'J c7 k
Ing the pure air of a country life ( have come to stay morning for I'alatka. Their friends will

ew days. GOODE & 00 (DR.--Real Estate and Loans. The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club held be pleased to learn that Mrs. MoCrenry _
Agent for .litna, Lon.lon and Liverpool anil their dance here yesterday evening as and Master McCreary are residing at f.
H. Sams and Brooks with /
n i son : Globe and Imperial Fire Inmirance. Special dub. Ash tabu In, Ohio, In, the full 'enjoymentof
the of the Fort Pierce Social
guests : :
cbt
White Wing, called at Banyan attention
paid to the Interest of non resi robust health
turday, en route home from down' dents. There' was a large attendance.A. Distilled Waiter '

Ver. Hall left on Tuesday for a visit up Mrs. Thomas and Mrs. Powers of ,
contract for carrying the mail HOTEL CARLE-TON MELBOURNE. FLA.- the river. Washington D. C., who are ..peDilnllthe
Beautifully Bltnuteil on a high bluff, overlooking winter at Bonaventure, have been Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. ,
has been awarded
3anyan to Tropic
the Indian River. Pirat-class accommodations Capt.'Geo. rounders returned on Sun pleasant at the house { :
guests Taylor; several
|L. Stewart who will commence ,and ratite reminnitlile.F. .
day in the Mattie II. lie has been ttsh-
vice ROBKRTSON, Proprietor. days. The ladles, accompanied by
on April 12.
Ing at :Miami all winter. : Messrs O. W. Hays and Ernest Taylor, FACTORIESCocoa ('
and West
Palm Beach.
|vellng Freight Agent James Lanier This place has gone dry. We have : visited the ocean beach Saturday on,, the to
en circulating the shippers PRIVATE BOARDING HOUSE:-The Goode sailboat Annie and while In the '
among House on Fountain Heights, Melbourne IK had no rain for a long time, and some Laurie "
i east side, In the interest: of the now open to the public .For terms address would be very acceptable. I middle of the river on their return -
er St. Augustine and the J.T., ,& MRS. R. W. GOODK. were caught by a violent\ squall end =
Ry. > 'Mrs.-Michael and Mrs. Davis returnedon drenching: rain. The boat was kept from SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS : .
Monday from their visit to Woodley.
overturning only with great' difficulty,
: :
j oyster supper was giVen by the -The 'ADVOCATE has some tobacco ,
and for few minutes the Inconsiderable
Capt. A. J. Lewis'has returned from a party was ..
lore of Banyan on Saturday nightt seed to give away to Its readers. Call
% week, which was very much and get some, or send stamp to pay the his trip to Palm Beach, where he had nothing worse.danger The conduct of a ducking and If Desna,Valentine snlh'" Refugee, S'j.oo per bits. Muskmelon .. elated by those who were fortunate postage. been on a visit to his daughter. preseDee Was Varieties 8.111I". It Tllmlp Wto. "
'
of mind of the ladies, during the .. ten "
kh to be present. Mr. Kegean thor- Squash' eke par lb. I'ourlMnm. tar Ih.,frt. paid 11/10./ per IbVu
Big lots of fish are being caught storm 'was admirable considering the (1I1oulllber., L 400. "ltn Abe jo Tobacco Hoeils Itnpurtwl '
.
ly understands preparing an oyster I every newness, to" them, of tile situation. Mr. ,.. Ainerlosn Wonder, I4.IH, )tior bus. Stock' .1.00 per....,.10 net lb. ..
and .
day by others who ,
our tourists Eau Gallie.
.
1') > other asrly vsrletlos, 8.00" II TobiuiKO,Ms,frown! I-e"r,"lei,OIL, Ii owl It t
take the time for the delightful pleasure. Thomas and M rs. Powers left for Bona- Corn,fluid all varieties l.MO **' ** HimistritTulmdmt( Tae per o..,T.BO '
I venture "fueudiy. greatly pleased with Ru "r.all varieties, a.m: Mauuf'g Leaf Tobaccos,4oo per _,4.04 It'" J I
ROCKLEUGE STORK' has the Capt. Alex Goode spent Sunday at his We were treated to a hard shower of their visit to Eau Oullle.: Watermelon., *KJ. per lb. ?:'. ,
at display of goods along the Eastt. home, at Fountain Height, and bin '
rain lust Saturday, but not enough to I er Bend for price Hit tu t
Our assortment is so large and good ship the Rochester, WAS anchored Grand Rapids Mich., ls very largely L. CAMERON Seedsman "
led, that we can supply you with In Eau Gallie river for that day. fill the rain-barrels. represented here this winter, for besidesour (
j thing you need. We make a spedof Capt A1. Goode brought the house- regular winter residents Messrs. 125 East'Bay St.. ,JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Fred'k. ''

supplying yachting parties.PASTON more John select Goode plants still to continues'his already to beautiful add. boat Rochester into Eau>Gallie river Ives and Alnsworth, a number of Grand __ ".. __.. n'_..., ... _.. _.. ... ___ '. ._.. .., ____ .__ _. _.. ___ "..q'_ _.._ _,_ ( :

& UATCH, Rockledge. collection his being one of the Sunday, taking a sailboat for his, home Rapids people are domiciled at H<*tel :
at Melbourne., Granada and they take a special delight: S.
most beautiful places on Indian River. social Morsexx i
In the giving of little entertain.
He never tires of making it even moreso W. W. Dunlop left last Monday for his ments. Last Friday evening Mr. and .

Rpckledge. each year home, Montreal, Can.," having spent '>avery Mrs. C.' Alnswortb entertained a houseful

Rev. E. B. Wakefield, professor of enjoyable foitulght/ In our town. of guests at their pretty residence on :
Dutiful weather and no mosquitoes Biblical Theology of Hiram College He will repeat his visit next season. Houston street the evening being most REAL Es2'.A.TE: ; ., , :, \

Rockledge a delightful tourist Hiram, 0., came with his wife last weekto Capt. John B. Smith has sold his delightfully passed with music and

visit with their lends,* Mr. and Mrs. place at Tropic to Addison Clark and cards, Interspersed with witty and entertaining :JY.A1\5X: a ad.o Oo., FLOn.J: :%>,A. I "
Adderson Fee, and attend the Chautauqua. purchased the Bryan residence on houston conversation. During the :
M. Mrrwin has worked'hard for 'The professor Is Hiving'some of street, where he and Mrs. Smith evening: the colored quartette of Hotel '
bell roads, and no one now enjoys his Interesting lectures during this as- will shortly move. Granada /gave a very enjoyable concert AGENT FOR LANDS OF -:.. ': \
| more than he. sembly.We on the lau, In front of the house
The steamer Delia Capt. Frombe'rger, which was enjoyed by the guests andtbe Florida East Coast Railway Company ': 1
talc Tony Canova, who has been .
I
can talk or think of little else this went on the run of the steamer St. Augustine I' .
ling the winter at Miami, cruising i. week but the Chantauqna which began Tuesday, the latter, through some neighbors as well. Among: those I Florida Coast Line Canal 4 Transportation Company, ji
Mr. and Mrs O. II. Hanna'Mr
i bay, ban returned.here. last Saturday evening, led by the Rev. cause to deponent unknown, having present. and were Mrs. W. M. Phelps' Mr.'-anti; i Boston & Florida Atlantlo Coast Land Company.

ager Bemis, of the: New Bock: W. Shaw, of Atlanta, Chancellor of the failed to perform her schedule. Mrs. C. L. Ives Miss Ives, and Hon. A. -

[hotel, has been making up some I Assembly, who Is an unrivaled speaker, Mrs. Robert Barbour and Miss Bar- B. Turner.- After partaking of refreshments -

oatlng' parties of late-especially always who makes full warm of enthusiasm friends wherever and a man his hour, of Patterson, N. J., and Mrs.-Thos. Including a chicken salad, made The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
g thit beautiful moonlight nights. h.
lot be. O'Reilly, of St. Louis, who arrived here by Mrs. Alnsworth'spwo expert hands,
bough: the tourist season is fast may last Friday, and have been guests of a dainty dish, the party dispersed, with ,

|ng: to a close,.,. Rockledge still re- Mr. and Mrs. Coatswortb, of Buffalo Mrs. Thomas Barbour,, at Walden cottage many pleasant recollections of au even I.1 JLO"W" Cai-oxx'1 :JMLeijau: or.
i the snme bustling resort with its N. Y., are pleasant guests at HotelCarleton. : left on Monday's train for points Ing most thoroughly enjoyed.Malabar. .
ds i of pleasure and healsh.seekers.esley They are friends of Mr. Mack- north. '.I (LATE CHAPMAN A SUdLOW.)
worth of the same arty, who has spent
Bo wen,,of Philadelphia, one several weeks at the Carleton and expects Judging from ;lie; number of green South Jacksonville, Florida.
last week brought In sixty-one to remain some time longer, as he, ribbons seen on coat labels, on the 17th, ,,
ds of trout and bass, and on Friday like many others, are well pleased with "Auld St. Patrick" was remembered by -- MANUFACTURER OF -- i>)

light a drum fish weighing nearly I this hotel 1 and the people, also the town. many. Marshal O'Randalidisplayed the Beach parties are decidedly the thing
green as be galloped aloud the streets on FERTILIZERS 'For Pineapples Oranges and
Editor E. D. Oslln'a address of welcome his fiery steed, and Capt. Billy MoM uno at present. ,4Shipments ,
pledge will surprise the world by last Monday evening: to the Chanlauqua wore his green, rosette like a true son of of beans are lent north
tput of oranges next fall. Everyat in behalf of the press, was In- the "auld darb." '
dally. and Dealers In Kind of Raw Material r
has any bearing: wood Is loaded deed gooil: ', and pleased the people well, Vegetables, Every ,
loom.. and even the buds of last as could be judged from the loud applause Several of our people took short excursions Mr. A. L..Brain a rd was In Valkarla on :

kre putting on bloom.WRlter.Scott given; him and the pleased expression from home this week. Capt.W. Tuesday.Mr. Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco Dust, Kanit, Etc. Also
J. Nesbltt went to Jacksonville to
and daughter, who them. on their faces, as he talked to consult an oculist; O. W. Hays went to W. P. Arnold and Misses Stuck Tlao ZT'axaa.o-u.fli' :: :XXej?
kluge : the winter at the Tltusvllle and Sanford; Dr. Congdonand attended the Chatauqua meeting In Melbourne Ammonia .... ..... i .4 to A per cent i
hotel, left Saturday last In respond to Invitations from Mr. Miss Mamie Taylor went to Cocoa; on Sunday. Available Phos. Acid... ,6 to 8.per cent! I jr JpSA.OO Per Ton.

eksonville days before, where they north.will spend and Mrs. C. II. Stewart, over two hundred J. H. D. Smith visited Tltusvllle, ; Miss Friday evening, the 20th, the W. C. B. Potash K O.,. . ", ,6 to T per centIIlgh.at ) ;
returning They guests met at their beautiful homeon Annlo Paddlson and Mr. and Mrs. Geo'. M. ladles will moot at the schoolhousefor Commercial" Value given our brand. In the lust Bulletin. Write for
t greatly missed here. the bluff last Friday evening, to at- to Tltusvllle to attend
F. Paddlson went
their regular monthly meeting. all
and for brand will be delivered free ef
Price. Orders for 2 tons upwards our
tend lawn fetn. The "Mouse-Trap,
(Rockledge, : hotels have had their this acted a by Messrs J. B. Mill, W. D. Howell the Antbony-Paddison wedding. The ADVOOATK is giving away tobacco freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until

newly-married couples the Mrs. L. U. Lockwood, MI'.. H. D. Hon. A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, wed ,of the finest grades free. Send a further notice.

s, happy Daily they smiling can:,be loving.seen: on When Brown Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell Mrs. Mich., still continues his visit, to onr stamped-addressed envelope for some. .._.'.-..- -. __..-_--- -_,._ -'_,__ ?
attractions and natural
the
burgh,
many
Fred Irwin and Miss Johnson, was well :
Adows fall and the moon shines in residence and grounds advantages being too great to part from. There was a boat race at Grant lately, DUREN & FEASTER: 4
done. The were
: ...
I brilliancy, the flat, jutting rocks .
Mr. Turner has been quite rejuvenated In which first honors were won by C. F.
of being
beauty, brilliantly
a scene
eir favorite resort. lighted with colored lanterns, and a since he came among us, and declares he Worms' boat Nixie. Mr. Worms Is GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and .
glorious Indian River moon added to Is quite a boy again, so much so, In fact master and owner. ,

YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and these, the pretty faces of the young that he can scarcely pass the schoolhouse Glass and Tinware.Your .
Dr. J. K. Powell and Mr. John 7. De- Crockery,
without feeling an almost Incon- Meats of All Kinds.
Western
Subscribe for
f y-read Newspaper, ladies and the beautiful costumes madeus trolabl Impulse to inside. lame of Mlceo, were here on Monday. patronage Solicited.! '
go
bad
DVOCATK.Courtenay. think we were either dreaming or They think this Is the finest place they .
arrived at some fairer home, as the Epl c'pal'lIervloe.; will be held at the have wen on the river. TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA.

sweet music, furnished by Mr. Clara Casino next Sunday" at lOilO a. m.' and .. --
Dargan, Mrs. C. H, Stewart, Mrs. E. 7O:! p. m. Archdeacon Brown will Mr. C. C. Carrot sent GOO fine tobacco : : *
Campbell, and the M Rises Maud Powell, officiate at morning service and assist plants to John B. Beach, of West Palm b E. I.j -:5 ArT'ee6": ; :
Mamie Irwin, and Lillie Robertson; also Right Kev. Crane Gray, Bishop of Month Beach, for him to experiment withtosee
transacted business at they
arper seat home lIIr.-Frank Melbourne, floated through Florida, who will be present at the evenIng if tobacco can be, successfully grown Groceries GfaID./Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Maple! & Fancy Groceries Fruit
Monday, returning on the air and the many busy waiters were service. The evening service will be there. ,

Hay. passing to and fro, we then knew we especially Interesting, there being several And Food Products of all kinds drain, Hey Bran Cotton Seed Meal, Ground '., 'v
|J. LaRoche went' to Daytona on were in Melbourne, being entertained by applicants! for confirmation. All Mr. and Mrs II. L. Luther, prominent Food and Wheat We are the only house on Indian River dealing\ exclusively !I. ;k
es., Tuesday. Dr. Stewart and his ever charming wife.A are cordiallyInvited to attend. society people, of Madeira, N. V., left on the above line of good We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patronage.
of sandwiches., cl&kel Saturday for the north. Tb were
n. are being shipped from hereday strawberries dainty supper and ice cream were served O. R. Hanna, who, with his wife and much pleased with this place, hod will Very truly, E. L. BRADY BHO., Tltusvllle, Flu.

| In small quantities. a by Mr. and Mrs. Lyman and a host of BOO, have been spending the season as Invest here shortly -- ---- --
Allen and John ladies and obliging young men. guests of Hotel Granada left last Tuesday
rence Harper say )ouDg for his home at Cadiz Ohio business A bald-headed washed DECANTER.Losle
eagle
I have the fastest sailing craft on So all went merrily along, every one sayIng large wae THE .
compelling his return. Mrs.Hanna ashore here with wing
lately mangled
River. what a fine time we did have at ;the .'
Stewart lawn fete.Notice and Master Walter will probably remain badly from some sportsman's rifle. It
truck en' heart were gladdened here all summer, for the benefit of the Is a cruel thing to wound such magnificent cIc R.natker '
I rain which fell here last Sat or- latter, whom It le expected will be completely bird. and let them slowly die of ,
ening.I. to Taxpayers. cared of asthma, from which be pain and starvation.
suffers when In the north, and. wholly Dofiettle of Brandte' BUBS Gins, ud'11Mies :
ud Brands
Bliss left here last week for 'hi. Pore.t'fire. set out by sparks from Foreign WIDell ,
S free from when In our sons, clime.
|ln Boston, 11_, after 'spending X win be at THosvIll from Monday, two pa Tuesday afternoon, Botttod Beers, ,Alas ud tOIL ; rr 7r. JV'
Bter months with Farmer Syrames. the 10th of March where the tax book The smiling eonatenane of the genial ease Bear horning three different home ... Billiard and Pool Tablas.'
Harper, J. B. Harper and L. will b. kept open by me until tba4 first bonlfaee, Tnosv W." MeCremry, was ...... Something;should bo done to pro. A Flrst-clMS Line of Cigars. ,r;
jrlven mill'orders.
spent hut Friday In Titus Monday In April. X.W. HALL, greeted with pleasure by the many tee against. such promiscuous "..owingof Family/ and hotel trade U solicited. Prompt! and careful attention to
g; home Saturday morning' Tax Collector Brevard \io.It friend be made. daring its former ,.... flames" all along the Plat Coast. Cash must accompany your order., {8LEY BLNAYEHI TItusVW.I J1a. .,

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j I i ::1''I', t t II.r:' r THE WALDORF'S OWNER.:. The Only' One RARE CHANCE! THE COLONNADES, HOTEL: X c COQUINA.


,i : '.A SjS, seteoe I.ii . ....... (On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.) Open ,December 3rd
'f f: Ua* .*.. km* Ome*. To Stand the Test. '
SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.TW :
': .-. William Waldorf Astor has $8.000,. Fla.
; Furniture Sarno ORMOND-BY !
Hotel and -+ .TlE
Cottages SE
:, : ; 000 iarosted In the Waldorf hotel and Her. William Copp. whose father situated U !
(" hM DeTer been under IU roof but OBOe. hotel IB delightfully ;
}'i was a physician for over fifty years, FLORIDA.
,' ,, only to visit a friend who happened to 'in New Jersey and who himself .n heated by..team; has :Electric Lights,
be staying there. He droop to the
? "'t"l ,'ladies' entrance, walked throngh the spent many years preparing for the Sulphur and Sea Baths,. oto. It is the SURF BATHISG AW DRlillIa g'
"
; \\w: I" hell .about 00 feet to an elevator', got practice of medicine but subsequently moot pleasant all-tbe-year-round hotelon
: oat at the fifth floor, went to Mr. Kis- entered the ministry of the Specialties at Ormond.

1'} .aam's room, remained half an hoar or :M. E. Church writes: "I am gladto the East Coast. yST* For Circulars, address

": ', 6 rode down the walked testify that J have and $3.00 day.
I i I' more elevator Kates:-$2.60 per

'J'j tl 4; ti i' :;y,1 to his carriage without looking to theright had analyzed all the 12.60 to $16.00 per week.C. SEISER &: PINING, Man
I ,1 J t' hand or the left and drove away." earsaparillapreparairons "

'I i ..' ,I' ,y.., 'He ha been in New York several known In the F. C. POST, Proprietor. ORMONDBYTHESEA.The ,

''j I, / j.\\. 'times since hU hotel woo completed, but trade but
,f this is the only time he has ever entered / v I ,
I, ;I the doom Whether hit indifference in a AVER'Sls 'e Swannanoa.
..
,
j: freak affectation to ,
\" : or an no one seems Plaza Hotel
11 know. The'man g r of hU business. the only one of
,;( them that I could ASHEVILLE, N. c,
y. )f ; Who are old family friend and occupied
{';I"" a Imllar relation with hit father submitted 7" recommend as a

I I ; I"t., 4",, to him the plan of the architect bloodpurlfler.Ihavegiven i : ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA., THOUGH modest and unobtrtul
before construction wa begun and they away hundreds of bottles of ''there is no better conducted howl*

: :, J r were approved' by him, and he of it, as I consider it the safest.. well .A heTllle. The popularity of The SwJnanoa

I:' +'if' 'f}u' course,, adrisad a* to all that relate to as the bqat'to be bad."-WM. COPP, Most centrally located. Fronting' the is due to its unique location!!,1

I'' I :s 'I 1 the property. But heverer goes there. Pas tor H.E. Church Jackson,Il1nn.IVER'S. Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic home-like atmosphere, the excellence]
,; ; )1'' A friend suggests that hill peculiarity Ocean. Splendid view from its long and I its cuisine;and its very moderate prJ|

I 3;',.1 may perhaps ariM from the fact that broad verandas. $2.60 per day. Liberal weekly rate! j

';1 bin late wife took an active part in "I Rates: $2.00 per day and upward. R. R. RA.Wr..q
,
.
: : 't planning and particularly in selecting Special rates by the week.
The above HOTEL Du NIL at Sarno Brevard Central, on street car line. I
i the deooration of the but cat represents roughly First-class table board at reasonable Prop'
house
: ";..'' would one County; Flonda, which Is only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau GJl1e.: Fla., rates. ASHEVILLE N.
that would Increase him C.
\ suppose the Florida East Coast Has
miles R'y.
and about 200 south of Jacksonville, on
'". ;,; interest in U.I depot poetoffice and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on MBS. A. S. PELL.,
I ,; II 'I, A 0011 reason for Mr. Altar to feel ton acres of land fronting on the Ban Oallle River, with view" of Indian River on
t $ I I an attachment for the Waldorf found When In doubt,ask for Ayer' ) the east;, less than half a mile distant and the Atlantic ocean 2* miles'away. Is Park
PJIle
.'; / en the ftnt floor, where the dining room practically new-buildings completed in 1800. The hotel and every cottage is PINE FOREST INN Cottar
,
i", of.hi*grandfather ii exactly reproduced.v furnished and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two .artesian ,
((1)! ): vrnen one oia mansion wa torn sown welll pipes and Ie"enj" ; 20 Cisterns, all connected, give ample supply 01 me Summervllle S. C. v
t ,t'' to make way for the hotel, the architect Roseland.Mr. best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the' former !
.
I i' removed' owner, John Green, who died; and the property is now owned by Col. Aaron A. West Palm Beach Florid
t carefully the decorations
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a' NOW OPEN: FOR GUESTS.A ,
'
lat
I II f DeGrauw. of Jamaica, Queen's County New' York whose address until April
from the wall of the original
ii f dining W. W. Bissell!, of New" Rochelle, is Oak Hill, Fla. There 1s a large pavilion 100 feet square., cement floor, cement first-class Winter Resort in Oppoeite'Hotel
the old every
fashioned Polnclani
: ( Royal
I ; J; room marquetry: floor ) j
walks, water works and garden. Beet of hunting and fishing fresh and salt water' ;
; N. Y. hat had tile pipe laid his Electric Lights, Elevators and
'f t wa taken up, the mantel sideboard, on placeto sailing or yachting on Eau Gallle and Indian Rivers; oysters sea bathing beautiful respect.
\ ''I'p' 'r Window frame and doors, the fireplace, facilitate Irrigating his lawn. scenery; and the whole is ready to open. a hotel in one day' time. Every all other modern improvements for oom-- .rr-
fort convenience and ''A fine
I'' I I I tie chandeliers, and in fact all the finishing The launch Tartar Is taking advantage con".nleacel with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfeot. The original Bicycle, Track: b..' been pleasure.added to the Located on the Lake Front. Ve:
ijfl : ) and cost John Green for sale at half cash and half
which of to
furnishings are was $48,000; now $16.000; on
: of the moonlight'nights and from the other attractions. The climate of
: II'' 1 ,'f' black walnut, handsomely carved were time. Any good. hotel man can make money here. Address Summerville many is Situatedon overlooking beautiful Lake Worth. |
unsurpassed.
j ; singing on board one night recently the "
D. L. GAULDEX TltnsviUe f la.
towed away and then reset in what la the South Carolina A Georgia R'y.
$3.00
: !' 'known a* the Astor memorial room' but parties .seemed to be enjoying them twenty-two miles from Charleston, S. C. Rates: $2.00'to per day.

i tj 1 ; William Waldorf never ha had the ovioslty selves.W. For circulars' or any Information wanted
t Special rates the
;!" to see it-Chicago Record. Gibson has been running the MALLORY address W. M. HAIGHT, Manager, by Wa

; :( pump and tending the bridge during the STEAMSHIP LINE. .. Summervllle, S. C., or M. 'J.; .YARBOROUGH,
IN DANGER F. WAGENER A CO.
FROM UNDERTOW Proprietors
I't' absence of his brother, Q. Gibson, who ,
Florida. New York Charleston, S. C. Proprlel,
: % Yew a t Qatok witted BMtonlM tend accompanied by -Miss P. Kennedy has Philadelphia and Boston.
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'' area LI',.. been to 8t Augustine, taking Mrs. D. P. galling from Brunswick Ga., cII1'ecto New York. -

I :"\' ; Ben U a tory which I 11 too much to Gibson with them for the benefit of her PASSENGER SERVICE. Now' OPJiJM': ....:
; I i':I ,.:. the credit of two I. ladle and a gentle- health' The trip ha done her good, a* Via Fernandlna P. C. & P. By. and Cumberland Route i I r
il'S'' : : ', r' nan to be wholly suppressed. They are her health is 1 much better already. Lv St.Augustine itSO p mIL"| ., Jacksonville ll.oo a m j LT.Fenuuidlna .
11 $2 1.30 p m I Ar Brnnswloit 5.30 p m. Dally.except New Hotel
., k } all strong swimmer and oan battle \A: Bandar. Rockledge
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,: F I' :1" I' with the wave in .valiant fashion. Her T....r. : Via. Everett all nil,F.C.& P.By and Bo. Ry. LT, St.Aatf- )
: They chanced to be in the uitinee.BOam; LT Jacksonville 4.00 p m; Ar Brunuwlok 7.30
I : ,,, / sea at one "Thai Mrs. Naglef ha the wont all! 'Iu.r- ,p m. J>ajl Pauengen allowed on board foriupper Tbunday

r (t1; '; II tow time.to and irresistible en a shore a short where distance the under out round bad temper 1 eve knew."" PROPOSED aAILINGSsLv. :::ON INDIAN; RIVER:::
'i "Yes even her haij>snarl. -Cleveland .New York,Pier 21 B.R.,1:80.d. m, (Standard Time.) LT.Brunswick.
The
felt himself
; :1, man suddenly in that '
'I .- \): terrible Plain Dealer.. :Friday,".b. ..,.............. ..!..,.Friday. Mar. a :
strong outward of the R0ORAIVD1) :IEv1loxIc3.ei
) pull wa.I Rockledge::; :
Friday. Mar. 5.s. :.".... Friday,Mar. 19 ,
t'I "I : "' tel'lof the mighty deep. He understood Friday Mar 13......COLORADO... ......... ............Friday, Mar. 10
f. i I.t'I I ; immediately that he and hi. It I. not generally known to farmer Friday, Mar. 19. .ro ORANDB....... .....::..:.<.......Friday, Mar.28 H. E. BEMIS, M'tfr., Mohonk L'ake N.Y
companions .
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t hat wheat straw i* a most valuable food PrldayMar. 98, .COLORADO.......:Friday Apr. 8
.1.V4' f'I H\ I') would;shortly be no more unless for stock For nmral ......... ,tee
containing almost a* muchnourishment information. tralni etc. apply to any railroad agent or to
:i 1 by tremendous instant Individual exertion A.P.MU RPY, Fernandina,Fla. CHAS. iAVikrf,
a* bay. Agent Agent,2W W. Bay 8i.JaokaoavUle. A oozy winter residence homelike comforts excellent table, northern h
: A!I'' for the H. H.RAYMOND General Southern ..
-: they palled shore. In that Agent newtok G.
L2 ,
I Orange in full
: ..f'!': 4raonerons current not one could help C.H.MALLORY OenenU Agent Pier :M,K.RTv.r,and 863 Broadway,N.T, passed. grove Prices moderate bearing Send owned for Illustratedlrculare.by the hotel. Hunting. and fishing

\ uo a_.. How to get "th.. girl" The first factory for the manufactureof H.P.. SHARES New" Com
Prop. Haven
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f fi 'f cotton sewing thread wa located at !
I 1 ;I I shore without terrifying them and put-
8 jt J" tine them la still greater danger Pawtucket in 1794.

: J l ,;.J il I t.I, through their fear. was the problem of

1 &ba' 'cemue moments INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT )) p The
Lakeside Inn
,The man solved like a hero.. He SERVICE. *

made a sign. a sound of personal.dis r ,,
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( tress and began swimming 'inshore.HI The commodious and favorite steamer 'RPla1m .
t companion in the waves beard and S& Augustine will hereafter perform the Bench Florida.
rt} saw his white face Both believed asha following service between Tltusville, ,

meant them to that he wa* threat toooa, Kockledge and Eau Qallle calling '

i 41 end with cramps and swam inshore, at.Intermediate landings by signal: X2K. Five minutes walk north of Royal Polnciana hotel; five minutes from

I too calling oat oheerfnl encouraging SOUTHBOUND. beach. An ideal location; first-class accommodations at moderate 'prices. RI

i word to him a* they pulled for the Leave Tltusville,. .... TOO a. m. 12, $2.60: and 93 'Under the
I per day. of proprl'
John Holland
hore, assuring him that he would soon Cocoa,.... .. .. 11:00 management G. !
I N r '1' r be all right j thai they could get him in Rcoklodge,.. .. 11:15: ," yi Blue lit. Lake House, Adirondack, and Gananoque Inn, Thousand Islands.

I 4 .e s afsly if he really should give oat, and Arrive at Eau Gallle,. 1:45.: c IT .

other word to that effect It wa not XOBTHBOUKD.,
, I a ,: '\ long before this man of mortal courage' Leave Eau Gallle ,. 2:00: p. m. y1haG Hotel

; "I 't stood upon the beach la safely and '. Rookledge, ,,' ". 4:30: ItI Granada.
a < 11'f those he had thus rescued from death $ CooO&o.\o. 4:46": ..:

t ; r t stood on either aide of him and heard Arrive at Tltusville. .. 9:00"
: 'what it would hare meant for them all Will make the following Intermediate I ,. Is fiUtiiettGd. oxx ,the

:;,,,f.., / to have spent another moment in that Landings on Signal: Hardeevllle, Courte-
1 1ti ,i' I "l 1 < ontrashing tide. nay Bulkhead Merritt Sharpe., City Point, Inlanola Indian River, at Eau Oallle, Florida. It Is one of the best places on the 1
y It was a noncombatant the strife Coquina, Georglana, Coat for Deer bunting Duck and Quail shooting, both salt and fresh water
for life who remarked t "That fellow Lotus, Brantley.. Banyan and Troplo. Jig.. And all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is. supplied with sulphur bfc
Rates: lit Class, from TltnsviUe Has launch
toZen a making short
trips to different I
points of free of charge
Interest
M a great philosopher. He knew
how Cocoa, TSots.; Rockledge, SOcts.; F use of guests. Rates: $3.00 to $2.50
per day Special rates the week.
to appeal to the new woman when swimming Gallle, $1.40. Deck rates One-half the ; by
;) j:, her strongest against the old order above rates. Corresponding from '* GLEASO2T' BROS., Manage I

': a ,\, of things. He only offend hit plea Intermediate Landings. Excursion....* .
l t "r, to the 'eternal womanly' to for parties. '
M -, maternal need of taking care of woman's the lick We respectfully request a share of SAFETY COMFORT QUICK, TIME I LOW RATES ,!

d ; or the helpless. Those girl will probably > Jour patronage.A. Finest CulalM and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. Seminole Hotel
always think it was their own phys W. Bunt:,. Captain. The Fleet la composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamer t AOPEN' =

lost strength and power that rescued "Comanclw" (new) "Algonquin .
"Iroqnols
FAITHFUL MEN OR "CnttolM "Semlnole.
them front death by drowning but ilwas'really WANTED '
V .
to travel for responsible AM THE TEAR.
the 'eternal .North-Bound.' .
womanly bent
C established house in
Florida.'
upon helping one they believed in danKOI $780 and Position Salary Prom .J JACKSONVILLE Steamers FLA.. (curing a. CJbar..COD Co w11. according. to the, t.de.- WEST
expense .
and need."Boston Traaaoriptw perman- From CHARLxSTON B. C.. .) lIun.a1TaMda, and Thureda,.. PALM BEACH? ,FLORIDA.
eu& Reference. Enclose Mondays
self-addressed Wedneedays and Frlde,..
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For hour uf
IIa1l1DIf see'Clyde Uoe
: pf tamped envelope. The National, Star Schedule or Jaok oDTlUe as. 'CharI..COD i daily paper This hotel I. substantially built of brick, and baa convenience. Cloy
every
k t Insurance Bldg., Chicago. South-Bound. the railway depot Free 'buss to aDd from 'raiDs. Boats attached to the h
r For l5JSo :are appointed.. to.All from. PIer*,Sass: River. New York,at 3 p. m..a* fon..1 with fishing tackle on board for the use of gus. s. Rates; from >2- per day

1 For CHAR.LIBwe.-c; ...(caning at Charleston), Mondays.Vedne.d.y.Monday. Wednesday and and Friday Fridam.; upward.; epeolal..tea GEORGE b1 the week or month. M. j. BOYCE,
I ZAPF Proprl.tor.
Ii i Boston and JacicsonvlllSTKAM -DIRECT LINE (Freight only.) MamgetCan

I (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
KB8 "OKO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE 1 ,"
aw appointed to all a*follow"*: .
Iran foot or HogaD Street,Jacksonville. From lt
Wharf Boston,
THUB8DAYL .( FRIDAYS.. you detect the' chaff


I I a. e ft Clyde's St. Johns River Line. from the wheat? .

(DC BART LINK)
t The IlegaB.1 Iron Bldewneel Steamer *!

., CITY. OF JACKSONVILLE. ,
CATT. W.A.IlHA.w.
appointed to sail as follows .
Leave Jacksonville. *:M p m,Sunday*. and t
Sanford.Kntedrrla and Intermediate. Tuesday.. Fridays for PaJatka, "
landing on the Rlnr. :
wily na .. ......... 0..... IIaII LaaTeSaaford a.00..m.. Monday, Wednesdays Saturdaf*for Jacksonville.u a.
t 8.-r' .. II elsoap. ... br hash" '1'_ will aD. 055 .
.. ...... .... tat eases bag.sad Iwo SOUTH IIOUND. .
toM ..... __ __ beg., Read down. 8CK&DUI.J:, C '

a-..".. a""p. ............ ............"aek"IUa...... ................ Bead m p
1I I.ta p. m. ............:,.....:.......Patatb..t.: .... rlY. m
I Blackwell, ,4'" 4J see> a. ...... ................. ... ........ .. A.ror............................ 1Aa.. IAR KEATING
a. ........8.. ..
I'raacle.
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a. ...... .... ..................... Baa
IIwlap. .... a that
Genuine DUrham A.nIft 5,05 a. r.......:.................... II" a. m' Carve 1)
i .. .. .8aaI..... .................... ...... as ... The chaff
tie ...... a. of
wheels
a. ..............:: ... are made to
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............ ................:Bona.BaraW leaf( )............................12 I"10 p.a. esGen'l .... with 8OODom1 u a partner. The X&4Tm.11-DOt to wheai Fide
of whee1l. Is the
ii Contains
? 1 Smoking Tobacco passenae" and TIcket Office. 204 W. Bay st.. Jackaonvifle pro..meata. The Double.the good-ahe substance of sill im-

+ ...oIUa.-'T.' ...................."' _..-- Dltided Crank Shaft alone RollerChain ADd Improved

it 'k 4" whNkgtvs.aUMonalsaMgmessadk......stbe.I J.Lames,lap& ,ho.L BAaDo JACU01fTJl.U.......... Agt.I'LA.1'.K.Uojrmo>.s.,J ,.....rasa.Alto., 1 ahead frlCtiOD of reduced.KEATING them all. ,"Send Oar 01',Ilea Place t1fu1 the,, Catalogue Beating "36Is tells days of

Tsno.O. Zoom. ,T.1C. yo R.II.WAaawrorH.P.A.. M.H.i&veaA.T.M. one
II I ', BOWLING ORKa-N, NEW TORK. WHEEL. CO.; MIddletown.;'Ct.
.I I w1.. C1.TDBI at co.. Cesoa1A...q, d -
a.wu.gOr.1sNeWYeek.
'U..belawueAv..U-4....... 1'. w. Btl'tie
E'E'4 Ages..15'- Augustine,ria.

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ONA HOUSE .:EJO".1.ur..s.: : ; I'1:.....- 'ii 317'LOIt3DA.:: = : .I, t'
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A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.: i''i,

Is house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now GRAND VIEW HOTEL ,:
than ever before prepared to furnish- comfortable home to tourist and .
kellng publlo genen ly. I extend a hearty Invitation to all my old friends And Other East Coast Hotels Reached ',,
lvst Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla /'i Tltu.svillc; I lorldn.. by"' : I o.

The above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table Is supplied The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. 1
with all the market affords-such as game, fish, oysters, etc. The; Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau, Bahama Islands. '
hotel, new furniture, modern Im 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 .. y .1
[E PALMSNew Fronting on beautiful Lake: dry attached to the hotel. (Railroad 8cl edule on raKe 24) h ; ,
Now open for the winter of '06 r. J. O. BAST Proprietor. ST. AUGUSTINE, '
and 97. 92.00 to $3.00 per day. Special _. ,* ... ,
--- Hotel Alcazar ..
week. Address "THE -'-
i by the PALMS, West Palm Beach, Fla. ,
-J. A. nAPPERSETTE... JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager. .

BAN BEACH: I T ct J qRIWE:: : ;e aO'JEJJ: : .. Hotel Ponce de Leon \
EOUSE..r
u \ GILLIS & MURRAY Mana .
ers.I ?
TITUSVILLE .
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ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. '
..Hotel Cordova, \ ,
|polite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates Indian River.. '.' Rooms to
only.
to location of rooms. House all the .
ng open year. j fxa
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Address MRS. H. C. '
BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. ;A Casino, '

d J. A. IIAPPERSETTEMANAGKB. A. M. TAYLOR,'Superintendent. I\fI\
E SAN JUAN harry L Beeman, Proprietor. A.modern 'a Swimming Pool. Russian and Turkish Baths. '
homelike hotel, with every convenience \ Bicycle Riding Academy} Tennis Courts BowlIng ]- w.
; northern white help. Write Alleys, Dance and. Entertainment!; Hall and
Orlando, :Fla. for book. Open the year round. Open All The Year. ; Theater ,

ORMOND. .

Hotel Orniond \ ':
BUCKINGHAM New Opposite Alcazar] and Ponce do Leon. n wa knlymm'Bafwayueta- ANDERSON-A PRICE, Managers.
Family Hotel.] Extensive grounds. tions and Steamboat land.
Large rooms. Rates reasonable. PALM. BEACH,.

St. Augustine, Fla. GEO. C. HOWE. .fyi. 1 Ings.On the banks of the Palm Beach Inn .
.. far-famed Indian River \
''By-the-Soa. ,
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Best Location Inentrance the City. Directly ..
GRANADA Hotel ; .
EL Royal Poinciana
filclng main to Ponce de Leon. ; :; ; ; '
.Rates$2.50 and upwards per day. =O'JEJJ:... ::eEJIJEJOV-1.7EJ.: : : : FRED 8TERRY, Manager. "' '.,"
St. Augustine. Flat H. W. WACHENHUSEN, Prop. "\ '' 'J'',
Melbourne, Florida., ; v Beach \ :. .
(Overlooking the Famous Indian River.) a{+ ,. ,Palm. Casino >
Nice family home Pleasant. location ERNEST ALLEN, Superintendent, 5 -,. .
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House and H6t and Cold Salt Water Baths, Swimming Pool, f
furnishings Modern
; new;
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Pierce, Hotel conveniences. No better fishing and Surf Bathing., Bicycle RldIng.Aoademy, Gun Club. I
hunting In the State. MIAMI, ', '' : .
J.& F. M. TYLER, '
INDIAN Hotel *
)1 RIVER, Near Inlet. Royal Palm '
Fort Pierce, Fla. Proprietors. ,, '
Formerly of New Haven, (')onD. H. W.MERRILL; Manager." "

Hotel Biscayne, 0 f,
3.00 per day and upward I
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C. A. ANDERSON, Manager

Null uH .............._......................................................., r.. lit
Casino, EDWARD A. WATSON,
Superintendent ,
Under New Management
... Hot and Cold Salt Water Baths, Swimming Pool,
.....................................................'..............,...... 'I : Surf Bathing, Bloyole Riding Academy, Gun Club
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KEY WEST.
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OM from Railway Depot; near postofflee,ohurohe rites ohool.week oar laundry In Hotel Key West .
oonnectioa wit hotel. Rate*i t2JM to*3 00 per day t spcolsl by the month, I : .
Mrs.W. K.K.CAMPBELL.M. Proprietor., Managers... ...00 per day. and' upwards. Opened February 4.. ., r M
,LEON II. OILLEY, Manager. "
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Hotel Indian River r: _

.Hotel NASSAU-Reached by Steamships from Miami. '* #.- '
.. Algonquin.: : .. I \B


kledge, ;'Pla. Opened January .15; 1897 FORMERLY LYNN'S, HOTEL.. Send to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast., ?

I, C. B. KNOTT )
TEa $3.00 AND UPWARDS PER DAY. o tQutIII ,
/. A General Superintendent Florida" East Coast Hotel System.
...... WEBB & ALDEN, Proprietors. i
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he Plazai-Iote1., uthr FLORIDA HOTELSr
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ookled e. Florida. t '* ...
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Open. i
...ouri INaT A TT R.I'IJJ.LL.; .
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arge i airy room, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. ,
Sailing, rowing, fishing hunting, riding and driving.S. I

H. PECK. Proprietor. ,
Plant
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Resorts
System '
U iso Managing Partner of The: Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel]., ,
|a capacity for 300 guests
Bells i
New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric In every room. ,
aea s a aiiB eaMaea pMi B ssaaasMaiBasMsaaMass paaa Fronting the old Slave Market and Plata.Overlooking the Bay, with fine
View. ,All white help. Rates '2.00 per day and upward. Special Weekly .

favelers'! Rote! / Rates. ,Sample. .Room.' .-M.> W.'EATMAN ST. AueusTM, Proprietor,..FLA.Ocean Tampa Bay'Hotel, Tampa Fla. J,::: ; '

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Street, Jacksonville Fla. CaelooSslmmingpooL "t' 0 : ,k
Zlorillaxd.: Willa.: : Theatrical Auditorium.Bowllocr .

This Hotel is now under new management, RaD s1'"' Alleys.00 per Attached.day and.upwards. .j',', <<

St. George.Street, ATHAWAT 'anager. ; ;...

bas been thoroughly renovated throughout. ST.'AUGUSTINE; FLA. Hotel Belloviow, Belleair, Fla.,1.' ':, "+

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UI meets '0.11 Trains, and Electric Cars ''pass door. Bath rooms and. all Is located in the .center of the "",
oniences on every floor. city midway between the post- f '
upwardsf
Rates, 3.M day and 'f' ,
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Open. A.1J."th Year. office and City Gates. Its surroundings W., A., BARKON Resident. ..Manager
-American; Plan, $.::1 to "3.60; European, 60o to 91. Special by the week. (are exceedingly picturesque .' "
Mrs. FINLEY, Proprietress. the 'grounds"! being unsurpassed r '
The Seminole Winter Park Fla.
by anylprivate hotel 'In' '
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the city. i
Rates, 93.00 per day and upwards. '
New' Hotel Elliot; Terms:I2.0O per day. .. A. E. DICK; .Resident. Manager.. ,-; '.

Rate the week. '
Special by
ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. The Inn Port 'Tampa Fla.
and 0' JACKSONVILLE FLA. Electric Bells)] Hot and Cold .
|Bay Bridge Sts., ;- -1: I o. ,
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earest hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms 50, 76o. $1, 91.00 '+ Baths :' Rates, $1.00per: day and'upwards. \ {+
92 per day; with board, 92, '2.110, 93.and 93.60 per day. Special rates by r' .- .-. e' J. If. MUKDICK, Resident Manager. t
f or month and for large parties. Overlooking St. Johns River. Newly and ''Mrs. J. V. Hernandez& Son. ". .., 'I'
ntly furnished; all modern improvements; two blocks of union depot, Clyde] > < *
I Wharf and postoffice. Hotel Kissimmee :Kisgimmcc Fla. .
J. E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and.Manager ,

The Holly Inni-: Rates 93.BO day and upwards.j *'v .
IIUTLERBuldent '
HOUSE. r ; D. ;; Manager..' l4I9
STANTON /

_ :I:?aytors.a, .,'- .'Florida.. The Qcala' Houses, Ocala, Fla. .* ', :;

D., J. JONES, -, '- ProprIetor. ; "
Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax ,River which Is unsurpassedfor Rates, '3.00 per day and'upwards. 4
I'. ,f, BROWN, Resident Manager.. ,
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I Rates $2.00 per day. SpecIal Terms to Boating and Fishing. ..' .. '" "

Families. Good Bicycle] Roads. Excellent)] Table.. Carriages meet all trains. Hotel Punta Gorda, Punta, Gorda, Fla-. "'fl'
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_ -' Rates::-:From $2.60 per day. '"'
Rate, 93.50 day and apwsrdi,''
0 per
Walk Central week month.
Two Minutes from Special by or F. II. ABBOTT, Manager. uy. t

.w Depot, e:>. EEC>"" :&IS, Propr.
w e TENNMIAMI .
"CHATTANOOGA !-
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Fi.cli_r'. Cottag 7- ," The. :Hotol Placid ttrm. ,

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Pals itroet. :tU sv111e. V'1a..1 .. JACRNOXYILL$.1'L01UDA. \.' :, (y if$
FLORIDA. .Centrally located between both depot' Airy room., good table. ,"pure drink '10 the eenter'of the city,oar Main Street the dividing line between east And r rest
watar. one block from Bay. JCYertlaJacn"nl1 new."' Elegantly furnished taMrahont. 4a
hotel with'alt modern Improvement[. Located on park, ODe log Bate; 92.00 per day; special rate by the week or month. .Superior Cs1ds.sad....,ee. Bun.meets all train, Terms,$2.50p.r day"andnpwards.
i from day uodtei Royal.Palm Special, .asdbing.splendid-,.k or month.view of BIscayne. Bay.. RatesK ,. CBR. r. ttSCHZK, Proprietor. Hpmlal,rate*' *.y.the_. week. ; .0 c:'NV,.,L. .WARD" ,:Propri, ...: u

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I .1\' "\ ,' ''i'\ .;' _i'O't run In connection with any other bur devoted heart; long mar peace and con Jacksonville.1 That Fla, 'on their oar reput0.0.f 5th page of. THE ROBBINS &: GRAHAM

I III .L r .' { nelll; and as It publishes 48 columns: of cord guard you, while you play your this manufacture issue. of first claua fert lizor)
the
Interesting reading .matter every week, earthly part"Poreon prices I. established,
j 111A all residents of Mimi should subscrl!' at rock-bottom their ever-in> .
9 be no doubt as Up, Capital $25.000.00.LA.
there can Paid
f for It. The ADVOCATB was the only pa.- Paddlson came over from business among our East C astgrowei'll
;,,,1 'I't\ per on the East Coast which gave: a full Bartow where he Is attending! school, creasing ; and It would be. to the REAL
r1j!: ;, 1 report of the recent grand! Tournament last Saturday, to be present: at the mare' Interest of proves all engaged In fruit culture .'V, LOANS, ESTATE.
\ b at Ormond, In which the LaGrange bOYI tinge of his sister. who have not given this firm a trllll', to .
.
j captured the banner. the aim of the Little BroB
\ do as
so
':' 1 t > The school'wlth; a few friends, met at Do,You Need Fertilizer ? I Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., will reliable be, as We have for sale a large list of carefu
J I id) the most
'tt the river Friday afternoon for a picnic ; in the past to supply'fertilizers
IlIncb the market at the .lowest Indian River Properties.
ludulglngln a few games, anlce on selected ,
'; Globa Gasoline EngtnM did at We beg to draw the attention, of the their excellent and
'11.. low 1897,,Model and a moonlight sail. What we prices. Send for the Florida .
Fertilize Lands of Coast
growers-especially
ladies went East Coast fruit Sale of j
the
I } the picnic: First useful little ,Agents for
.
cpntainaitimedh
\ )\ wading In the waters of the beautlfi, those engaged in pineapple inq orange Guide." It valuable in. Canal .and 'Transportation Co.
time IUDg culture-to the new advt. of the Little
river, then we all had a tine formation.
N \, 1)I In the moonlight's silver glitters, whet Bros. Fertilizer. & Phosphate Co., fi .. CAN"AL L.A.1TDS.Florida : .
heard that never
I many a whisper was
., 1irt1GlpA : shall be told by the broezen and haoda Railway. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway u
Southern
I commingled with bands- regardless i of HOTEL YICTORYM # \' Lands. Dieston-Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment',
conjugal/ bands. And they flirted .nd and other Low Priced Lands. '
A flirted and flirted; that is what the, ,
did down. at the river. = POT-ffl-BIT ISLAM), -. !Lake Erie 0 'Write.for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Propertied.

GIVEAway ; '1. p. The largest and most complete Sum. Titusville.. Florida.
TOBACCO SEED TO BE i !'): '
1'K to any person w'bo will plantIn It ., >\ ,. +;J mer Hotel In the United State: Four

I Brevard county. Call at the ADYI ,' 'lt5;;eY ;i iri; : f1. '. Thousand Electric lights; hot and cold
CAT office, Titusville and get some I of a firsGclass mode city hotel.' '
'Or, send stamp to pay postage. water baths; elevator., etc. Ail the conveniences. Auditorium that will eat 1800 people.8trsbclaa. CHAS. T. McBRIDE.._ -
furnished room. .
Six hundred elegantly
V .orabe.tra ooncertIJ Dlu.leals.b blmarol.,bowling.Irte=kan t n pttdalln'unebes::
for day
1 Naphtha Launch Sale. row boats,drtrtng,eta. Rates. ,e4 eo to es per 11.I,001'1 Cleveland to$30.00 pe,Toledo and nnRale. TouM.t1 _DEALER IN- -
I : ', Put-In (mm Detroit.S au.
J'f. .. boat connections for nsy July I, 18W.. For particular
WrtM for booklet. ? open
tiok u for sale by all railroad
: In good condition; length/ 81.fee; dreaM Hotel Victory Co..Toledo,Ohio. After June lath'PuWD"lLT.E:'BARNES Manager.: and
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: PretJldeue.
PARKS Proyisfo
.1 ,I L. X. GroceriesJL
.
,,' width Oft din.; headroom In cabin Oft ; Meats
Stationary and Marine l"to 138 w. V. The draught 10 ,
I 11 di; f.fest mORe Reliable,Koonuinlcal ana DuruliXower SOIn.; horse-power; spee
"1' for Launch. Auxiliary Power 101" U miles an hour; built by the Gas rower
"I 1'"1 I yachts and biiMneu boat,and wttere tatloiuu' A Engine Co., New" York. Cost, three E. B. Williams &: Co. oash DEaioo.
I :; rower.. required. 92,325 will sell for $1,2(10( or LowoBt;
I: //.i;, I. JlBNJ. W. JEROMIf.I years ago ; .
sal mrMali Orders promptly atteodtdmOQg.NI1
tbe would take In part payment a good : !
In
I i' 4 ::1 Sol ItepreMinutlT for Manufacturer

1 ''It.. I t atate..r HfCstalognra Florida. and prices HnoKLBno on application.MILLINERY. FLA.. boat. GKO. ZAP, ....Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants..., M .. = :: FLORIDA: : : .

1 1' ,, West Palm Beach Fla.
r 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, GA. Near( Steamboat Wharf. -a

I I I il'; Pineapple Slips For Sale. Foreign and: Domef tko 3 ruits.

I b : .. Porta Rica Abakka. Golden.Quee';, "

1j' best varieties, for sale at reasonabl FBTJITS TMcMURRAY&BAKERI.
Apply to' VEGETABLES .
prices. P.
DRESSMAKING
Iii", and A. GOLDY, String Beana. t 'Oranges '

GOMEZ:, Indian River, Fla.. Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas, Wholesale and Retail
Grape Fruit,
't 1"; .
I Lemons .
Cucumbers.Tomatoes. .a JBH
;' HEART TO IIEART. Limes,

i' "1'' : 4' -, Beets, Cabbage Peaches Wagon
I '1, the wedding bells have
Again merry. Squash,
: : Strawberries
: rang out In Tltuevlll, and this time New Potatoes; Carriageand
f\ I I.' ; .. I '. arrow has pierced the heart of i i a Egg Plant Grapes, Mate'Dump

"-.u ,.1'' gallant young business man, Mr. Gabriel ,Asparagus.; Coooanuts.
\ I :/ : ', i Toombs Anthony of Washington Ga., REFEttENO -*Thlr1 National Bank,Atlanta,Ga.| Oeo.E.Johngon, Candy Mtg.:,'Atlanta,
I H II l ,'.. ., and Miss Jennette Paddlson, one of OIlP Ga.; Armour racking Co.,Atlanta,Os.j Oeo.M.Taylor W.B.Duncan*.Co.,Atlanta Ga.
T I, f'" j """" 4 0 : : fairest and brightest young ladles, and Carts Saddlery, FleasWe; and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc.,
I ; :, IJ 'whom we have had the pleasure of
; r JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
''r rI I knowing for many years. The ceremon; Main and Church Sts., -. -
I g \JI' b Fruit.
.c/
which made them one was solemnize* A Ferti1zr'efor!

Ii <11'' at the residence of the bride's parents .
., H Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddlson on Julia '
I' "
,. t" itreet, shortly after the arrival of the .. .. ... ... ....... -. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer The NewSelden "
p.. I southbound 12s08: : train, on which the '. .
I groom came Rev. n. M. Goodell offlolatlng. Price2s3.0o Per T On.: .
(
I I" '1 \\i :]Hall orders solicited Satlsfaotloi I .- The parlor was gaily 'deoorated'lor _

I ., ig ".guaranteed. the 'occasion with flowers, palms, GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ Boor

I' 1 j .', etc., while blossoms a huge and bell white composed oleanders of Moisture..." ... .. .. .. . ... .... ..8 to 10 Per Cent. Cypress Coma p ;
4 '' orange 0 u I
I W. X
Mrs. Helen Reynolds,, under which the happy couple stood mmonla..v..4 to ,,'

j'1: 6 Titusville, Fla.FORSALE.. waa gracefully suspended from th< Phosphoric Acid... .d..... . . .. .5 to 6 p.A.L.A.TJ3iWLA.: ..,
?' t" centre of the veiling, the whole formlnj( Potash (Actua1).6) to 8 41 ;

j an artistic and effective picture.The Made exclusively: from Bright! Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood Bone Opened October let,,,,180ff, turned the steam on to

:\i 'f"" Father,bride was drensed who was In given a; pretty away traveling by and her; Dissolved tS3T* Write Phosphate for directions, Fine Ground for using Tobacco and Stems further and particulars Sulphate of; also Potash.ask for One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash;, El

o..el ume of light green, with gloves stock of Fertlll
for Fruit. We large .all

"t't 'I Ii \ ,I;.', I bouquet bat to ma.tch of roses., and She earrleil looked: a very beautiful tiapp; copy zer Material of "Economical Cotton Seed Fertilizing Meal, Tobacco trade Dust direct.Potash carry, etc. Write for prices. before and General Wood Working Plants in the, United States,
We seek the
'
j; IF 'Yo, Are looking for a BargainThe and charming. 'fhlllronm was suttablj, buying. growers of eI
;, r, Plantatloi attired, and wore a sprig of crange bios WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co., And with 'experienced management ,' (covering a past experience tie j i iOB8tble
confidently expect
Clear View.Flneapple som In his buttonhole. Mr. Gus Antbon;)' rears in Cypress) the patrons of our company may
''i)' I(1 t U for sale, for leas than .one-half .Its aotual noted as best man, The Fertilizer House of Florida, > material and workmanship at our hands. Our, production WBM will o
,
:/ .- value, as a whole or In lots, to sul Only the Immediate relatives with Jacksonville, Fla. Joors, Sash BlIndal\ouldlngB.Framea, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, ,
the exception of Mrs. Goodell wen
b + I purchasers, Terms exceptionally reasable. the brlde'i
; .,1. present among them being;
1'' -. Come and see property If poe parents, Capt. and Mrs. Paddtson; Mr '
'Y) etble,.It not address and Mrs. Goo. M. Rnbblns Mr. and Mrs.. THE. JOHNSON 'LAW CO. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International E"potIIU'-'
Oa.,JW>8. tFHEGJHAfflOND
"! 1 IIABRY W. RICHARDS Ueo. 1"". Paddtson Miss Annie! PuddlaonPorson Atlanta!

I ,t ; i Edon, Florida. MisH Leila Pnddlson Anthony, Prof, and J. Messrs.R. Anthony Gus,., Electrical and Machinery ,- Supplies. !

.j.1, ? P. Anthony, Emlle Anthony and Marvin COMPAN
Mounted. Pope. A dainty luncli was served attlusonoluslon
i ;; nirds and Animals MANCFACTURERS'AOENTSFOR'
,
of the ceremony. ..
\ ( 4 Mr. and Mrs. Anthony took the 1:2: High Grade Machinery; Card Electrical Apparatus Eddy Motors and .
I !" R. C. Scriroireour, taxidermist. Birds train for Washington, O.*., where they' (Generators, Warren Altrenator, Bornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse Williams Jt:
sod animals mounted In the bust style. will make their future home. A lArge I Co. Elevators. 6.PKCIAT.Tnr3t: Eleotrlo Fans Sewing machine motors Dental motors Iron PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS
I \, .Address, Washington avenue, assemblage of friends. was at the statlot Clad Slow upead Multipolar Motors for heaviest factory work. Improved street railway equln-
I, ,. '(Corner of Main st.,), to offer congratulations and bid then) meat,modern la design and construction. Fully guaranteed and prices right.F. .
I $M e Titusville, Ha.M rood-bye and the happy bridal pail '. BISHOP Manager. ; JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. laramond, Ind.,. South Omaha; Neb..; Chicago,,
1 Salesroom,61 West Fonytb St..Repair Shop,2029,Main St. Dunk Jacksonville, JIlL
t Boarded the cars amid a shower of riot Salesrooms 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Manager;

", of''. A Nice Home for Sale. und well wishes.
.....-- The groom .Is one of Washington'i' Markets on Lards Hams and Bellies.
([Ga.. ) promlent citizens and businessmen ; AdYancin Rapidly ,
I V I, ''Tor sale, a comfortably-built 11-rootr and worthy of the lovely bride lit : For 'WagonsOfr "
9. .'house' with hot and cold<<,,water .bath-.. has" won and taken unto himself; while VPrito "U.& :for Prtoe';'.
I vn, A, room>> artesian and Altered water ol the bride-who will be greatly missed bj .
: corns. ;also about five acres of land 9} of her hosts of friends In town and on In- All Kinds, -
j ffI which are cleared; situated on corner of Han River-ls a pretty and charming
I l a Pine Rldgowood and Highland enuev,.. roung lady who has won the hearts ol Buggies Carts and Harness 'also General &
I Ormond. Coet .',00<>; will sell fox many by her sweet disposition and captivating ..
V ( <2ftOO. Satisfactory reasons for telling ( manners. That she will receivet 50MESEEKERS .
II L. MOHKTON MURRAY warm welcome In her new surroundngs :rcYOS.o : :: .: :E1.mP.AJn.JN'G-: : :: _

Daytona, Fla., there can be no doubt, and what Is
h' Or, ADVOCATB Office, ritusvllle's\ loss will. be {Washington' ? or send your orders to ROUT. E. ?MIMS Jr.,
.
i h Titusville Fla. ([Oa.The) gain.presents received wore handsome Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock, Titusville, Fla. Who. are Seeking a Home in t tb

I ''f: Mims. md .numerous, and were as follows :: ,-_ _
;Mrs. R. P. Paddlson, set of sllvir ten
I ) I t' pones; Miss A, E. Paddtson, set silver South should send. to the undersignfor

Mr. Frank Mime went to Eau Galllo on able spoons; Mr. and Mrs. S. Chaffee, 1oFlordaTourists.! !
diver souvenir John C. Jones,
,f I Saturday.last.Whatbos! spoon;
) liver pie spoon; G. P. Anthony, sliver a of the .
i, r : beoome of the. ADVOCATE'S berry fork; Judge and Mrs. .M. H. Jones, DON'T Return to New York by the same route which copy
.LaGrango correspondent f !Cold-lined! fruit server; F. O. Williams,
ihlna fruit dish Mr. and Mrs. E. B. >brought you into Florida, when you can
;
Mlms' school has been fortunate
another month to the term. sovsurlng iVager, "Cupid on the Watch: Mrs. M. Return via Key WestOn Florida East Coast Homeseekt:
y t ; r. Robbins, sot sllvee lemonade spoons; "
Gertrude the Elegant; Steamers of the "Mallory Line, or you may take a sea-trip Into
Miss MImI arrived lutTucs.Smy !.Irs. W. D. Muswenden, all fork
ver
y oyster ; .
rexas! from the same point and then home by rail. Jus think It over and then
,& from Savannah. Jr. and Mrs. Oeo. M. Robbins, down write to CHAS. DAVIES, Agent,

( ht, Mr, W. W. Bellows, of Springfield pread, gold-lined fruit dUb,sliver wateret 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville, for particulars.
\ ''Hass. Is the Guest of Mrs. ; Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Graham set Growing Trucking aod"
Straban. Growing
luted silver spoons; Mr. And !Mrs. J. R.Inthony ------ -_.-"-- -- We have lands for Fruit Tobacco )
I Mr.. Annie Carlllo Is expecting two sliver tray; Cha" U. Walton, Winter and Snnyner Homes. Climate the healthiest in the .United States.
young lady cousins from Ohio this week. manicure set and box of linen handker 1907 Model Wheels
In Stock,: The St. Augustine Cycle Coo Apply to
l A few friends of Mrs. renne hlefs; Mrs. Sackett and son, G. G.
r hospitable trohm, embroidered linen mats; Miss Victor $100.
delightful evening under her. ,
lit... R. Bates of JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner
Cecelia T.
i i TOOT last. copy St. ; G. ,
on Monday
j tonald, set souvenir coffee spoons; Mrs. Sterling, $100. Has the best line of wheelsand'
t i JUno Loud Mrs. Croker'and two children :tms Schuyler, atomizer and perfume; Rambler; $80. 'FLORIDA EAST COAST IVY;
y arrived Thursdnv afternoon from larl' Schuyler, silver souvenir spoon; J.II. sundries in the state. All
Ll,! Rochester N. T. They are stopping Crosby silver berry spoon; Miss Leila Crescent $30, $U. ATJGrUSTINE, F':
with Mrs. B. J. Mime.j inthony, silver bon-bon dish; II. J. and Pitw, $60. Kinds of bicycle repair work .

j An Epworth League was succo..lullrunohed J. R. Anthony, pair Cupid ornaments; -
by Mima Sunday school and a Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Rhodes, silver sugar Special $35. neatly done.
\
owl and one dozen ; W. S.: kAllltUtlne baa the GEORG MARX JOHN MJ.R3
spoons
few outsiders last Sunday afternoon Mr. beat blojrvta roads In Fla. F. W. BEERS Prop;
.' beets, ornamental pitcher-vase Missaulse
A. D. Penney was elected president. ;
Jones, silver gravy spoon; Mr. MARX os
sr
fi After a visit of two weeks In Mimi .nd Mrs. F. U. Fee set china Merry

'Mrs. Boyntoa and Miss Jones left, Tuesday Ishes; Rev. Goodell.I'Mf King! and Ills Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Go.MANUFACTURERS Wholesale Dealers Inroceziea -
44J for their home In Georgia, stopping ervlce;" Rufus and Richard RobbIns, .
ct Ormond 8u. Augustine and Jacksonville liver berry fork; Mr and Mrs. J. R. : "ru.1t=" an.d Produ. ::
on the way. 'addition, silver Mr. and OF -
,"w sugar spoon; 131 ... 1S3EM* Bay 11,".* suid 13 and 15N.w.a.tv..t.rac .
i l The Ice cream social, given by the Wm.Mra. G.M.F.Brown Paddlson, gold china tea with set;sliver Mrs Pine. Lumber Mill Staff :]: -voxxxrULley I' :I1"1or:1C: !
d Xadlea' Aid Soclet at the residence of pen Cypress or Sidings Flooring
I
,
Mrs. enjoyable affUr. addle: Mrs. Goodell, linen towel; Percy ,
BtraIa.\\.es waeavery Brown Jones ands -oodell- ,piece of carved wood work; EM. ORB OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES 1N THE C
Hints contributed to the pleasures of the and Thos. Goodell one pair lamb'awool Ceilings and Mouldings, packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. .

J .evening by reading, recitation and masto.fr blanket, pair plash sofa cushions, Good work and material,low. Taka Main line and '
plus' table oo'nlr.rug, eto. prices street ear to mill and tablTO OWERS-Le'] na know what you bare In the way of Fruit
The AOTOOATM U a good, reliable ando TheAorocATK expresses) Its sincere ofllce.! ,. Sf Return promps and aura We supply the beet Seed Potatoes III''
roe paper along the East Coast, and mUnenU aa follows: Long war life I <,.,'.,' Writ for our wholesale price Uat of frocertem. ,
..is: solely& as a newspaper. It I II not aod health be pared you, aad a friend's Telephone(old line)435. Jacksonville Fla. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLAI -

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