Indian River advocate
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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: April 2, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00072
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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LOCAL NEWS ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, TRY WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. For ALL THE LATEST and most popular Shoes. -That genial little lady, Mrs. Fred W.

10 cents a,yard at sale by F. 8. Chaffee A Co., Titusvllle songs of the day, at Chaffee A s. Kettle, of St. Augustine, has been spend-

nd TojklcM of General Interest. CHAFFKK: & Co's, Fla. in half-pint, pint and quart If you want something nice In the ng a day'or so at the Holly Inn, Daytona, i II '
Titusvllle, Fla. bottles. -Station Agent F. 6. Williams was of ladles', !gents' or children's shoes, his week.
elected to the office of first lieutenant of war or write Julius Kline Titusvllle,

-Never fall to read our Inside pages.; -Mr. Jerome Feaster, of LaGrange, MONEY. We want money to loan on first the ,Indian River Guards, Tuesday night. ria.] He has an elegant assortment thatIs I -Capt. and Mrs. R. P. Paddison expect:

I10 km will always find something to inIreat gave us a pleasant call on Tuesday. real estate mortgages. Ten per cent I -Mrs. A. M. Walsh, of Green Cove sure to please everyone-both as to ,, to leave here for their old home at ; 13
Point N. O. to
II Caswell re-
you. -Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Walton and free of all expenses to lender D. L. Springs, arrived In town last Saturday, quality price. ; side permanently. Their many friends

-Mr. W. H. Fieseler, of Cedar Rapids, Claude Walton spent from Saturdayuntil Gaulden, Titusville.Mr. r on a visit to her son, Maurice Walsh. -Mr. Wm. II. Irwin and his sister, on Indian River will regret to see them

Lwa, recently purohased a :winter home Monday at,,Daytona.Mr. I She weeks.will probably be here a couple of Miss S. A. Irwin, of Wheeling, West go.

Daytona and Mrs. Wm. M. Merwin, owners .- and Mrs. Geo. W. Scoble left Va., arrived at the Indian River hotel -The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club held

ideil. [-Mr. Geo. B. Rumph came up from of a beautiful winter home at Rock. for Jacksonville yesterday.Mrs. 1 '-:Mrs. S. H. Ray and'children passed yesterday, and ]left for Rockledge this their dance at the Fort Pierce Social '

lams last Saturday to assist In the edge, are now at their summer home In E. J. Burns, of Canaveral, laIn through here, Wednesday, on their way morning on a short visit. Club Hall last Friday night. A. large

nk at this place. ... Milford, Conn. town, visiting Mrs. T.. T. Wetmore.Mr. to> spend a few days with relatives at -Mr. C. C. Cochran, of Bridgeport, number was In attendance, from point s
New have been
Smyrna. at St
i Mr. II. A. Hodges of Satsuma -Mr. John McAllister, of Orchid, Geo. M. Robbins went to Luole all the winter.They 0., after a pleasant sojourn of a few aR far south as Hobo Sound. Quite a t
eights, passed through here, Monday, after spending a couple of weeks or son Orlando yesterday to attend to some weeks on Indian River with his brother, fleet of boats was anchored off the,dock,
I his way south as far as Miami. Jacksonville, returned home on Friday law business.Mr. : -Attorney O. T. MoCarty, of Ankona, Judge J. S. Cochran, of the Dum mitt with their flags gaily; flying. The music y
evening ]lust. passed through Titusville Saturday ]last, orange grove leaves for home to-day. was presided over by Mrs. Hearthstone,
-Kiss Maggie Ramsey, of Wyckoff, N. and Mrs. Geo. W..Morton sailed on his way to Jacksonville. He said It at the piano, and Messrs. Herbert, Bessy
after a pleasant sojourn of several -"Hints on Orange Culture," "How for New York,* on the Algonquin ,on was probable he would go to Washington Among the guests at the Plaza, and Harris at the violin. No regular
iys In Daytona, returned+ to town againt will this do for Pineapples," "Raising Saturday last. In the Interests of the pineapple lock ledge, this week, was Samuel Eden, programme was followed, but the affair
Saturday.Mrs. Rabbits," and other interesting subjects the growers ere returning to Indian River. M. D., o? Brooklyn, N. Y. He has beeu was conducted In ,a good, old country
-The sale of J. T. & :
K. W.
inside R'ys tour of the state but Is much
should be on a
on our pages read very style. A delightful time was enjoyed:
and ,
Wm. M. Brown children
announced to take Indian
place on .Mondaynext -The Florida Legislature will meetIn pleased with the River section.
Mrs. H. R. Jones (Hartford Conn. ) -Mr. and Mrs. R. R. McCormick of bl all. Dancing was kept up until :a I ?
so I the 6th Inst. a few days at Tallahassee, when This Is his third winter In Florida and o clock In the morning. .
tamed to town last Saturday from Cocoanut Grove', and Mrs. Julia D.
Captain E. N. Dlmlok and R., A. be lie
-Mr. Arthur C. Jackson of Palm Capt. : expects to return next season.
MiamI ,
elrtrip to Miami. Tuttle, of were the guests; of Beach, was yesterday suddenly called to Hardee will be on hand to look after i left for home, Wednesday, stopping off [Locals Continued on 8th page.]

-The erection of three more Epls- Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, this week. Chicago, owing to the illness of his wife. he Interest of Brevard and Dade I. at Daytona a few days en route. Dr.
pal churches in Brevard county is -Mrs. Cornelius Venable and her lountles. Capt. Dlmlok passed through Eden became a subscriber to the ADVOCATE HOTEt. NOTES. e' "

Ii Btemplated. They will be situated atau charming daughter, Miss Elizabeth, ,MWAHne Harrington of Palatka, here yesterday en route to Tallahassee.Mr. ere leaving for the north. -

Gallie, Eden and Jensen. after a delightful visit of two or three Is Jacksonville.'visiting/ Mrs. Jere Miss S.Harrington Smith of is South one and Mrs. Robert H. Otter, Mrs. -Mr. Geo. Williams a well known WHERE: to stop. See list of hotels] ) on

Iia -rArchdeaoon B. F, Brown will hold weeks at Ormond Saturday left for their home In of Palatka's favorite young ladles. A. M. Otter, Miss Jessie and Nannie capitalist and prominent brewer, of our 6th, 7th and 8th, pages.

irrlces at;' Cocoa In the morning and Atlanta on last. Otter of Louisville, Ky., who have beenat Cedar Rapids, Iowa has just purchased There Is a fine hotel for sate at Ashe-

: renlng of Sunday next ((4th lnst.),< and -Mr. Eugene 1 t-. Randall], of Boston, -Some of the finest orange ,wine we Palm Beach during the season, have a I ten-acre orange grove from Mrs. I. M. vine, N. C., the owner wishing to retire
..A, erritt in the afternoon.Mrs. recently captured a large alligator at have tasted in a long while was been the guests of Hotel Ponce de Leon Anderson, of Daytona; also a building from active hotel life. See ad. on thla
Eau Gallie and has preserved the skin that; received at this office from Mr. J. this week. They made a host of friends lot on Rldgewoad avenue where he wilt .
C.VVV. Rockwood, after a brief as a souvenir of the expedition. He Mendel LaGrange. Those who have I while stopping at Palm Beach. ulld a winter residence. ContractorS. page.It + 5 i 4;
sit to Miami, Palm Beach and Ormond, was aided by some of the local huntsmen not sampled this superior home-made H. Gove will probably get the con you want .a bargain, just read the 1'
ft for St. :Augustine on Saturday last. In the chase. wine do not know what they have Judge M. S. Jones Sheriff 1. P. tract. Mr., Williams Is very much advt of hotel, cottages furniture, land
[las Rockwood stayed behind at Hotel missed. Brown and County Clerk A. A. Stewart leased] with Daytona and Its surroundngs. eto.t for sale on our 6th page. This I* a t
nnond until Monday.: -Mr. J. J., Jacob of Wheeling W. ,e are expected to meet at the clerk's office He left for home on Monday good thing for some energetic hotel man, r+rn ;
Va., is again at the Indian River Hotelafter -Tbe Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray at the court house Titnsvllle, Brevard sublorlbedfor
i i'J -Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Errigger/ ofrooklyn a pleasant fishing excursion of Bishop of the southern jurisdiction of county, Florida on Monday, the Oth day after a lengthened stay, and Hotel Coqnlna, 'Ormond, .will keep
N. Y., stopped off a week or some days'' at the Haulover. He was Florida, was a pleasant caller at the of April 1807, for the purpose of drawing the ,ADvOCATE ere leaving.Owing open until April ilOth. .
> at Daytona on their'way north from ADVOCATE office yesterday. The Bishop the jury the the there Is
I'I accompanied by Mr. E. L. Bradley, of to serve at spring term to fact.that no Royal
Palm Beach
Hotel Polnolana
erritt. The above gentleman has also held confirmation services at the Episcopal circuit
Elmira N. Y of the court for Brevard county, ways on Indian River sufficiently large succeslflll18euon. *
come a subscriber to the ADVOCATE. church here, last night, when" which said court convenes on the 30th : enough to unul out the steamers St. I closed] yesterday, after a very :h

-MI-ss'LUllan Stage,Is one of the popar Never In the history of the ADVOCATE Messrs. Cbas. K. Kenyon and Philip day of April, 1807 It being the 4th Monday -I Augustine/ and St. Sebastian, It has boon '
and musical young ladles who has have we sent out so many copiesof Roberts were confirmed.Mr. thereof.Mr. I decided by the officer* of the Indian I The Plaza and New Rooklege/ hotels] ,

en a guest; x>f Hotel Coquina Ormond, 'II e the have pink tblsseason.paper in'so It short evidently a time shows as W. D. Allen, one'of the popular] and Mrs., Carl Breltwloch, late liter" and Bay Biscay Navigation Co. Rock led KB. have had" ,a fair, number of
send thorn to Jacksonville to undurgoa this week.
to uests
time She halls from the Southern Rail ,
>rsome of
agents of In Koln
I hat people appreciate our efforts In trying passenger LaGrange, are now residing ,
thorough overhaul so that they
' {oulsville, Ky., and Is a general favorite. to make a good weekly paper. way gave our office a pleasant call on Germany. They were eleven days crossing ] White's a very popular board..
be In readiness fur the pineapple season. Cottag.r
Saturday last. He bas been on the sick the Atlantic and not sick house will
-Mrs.F. H. Houghton, wife of the I were on also log edlre, keep open
We understand steamers are
-The members of the Octagon Beading list but his visit to Palm Beach and
he trip. Mr. and Mrs. Brcltwlscu werea until the l.tof June.
enlal doctor after spending the winter "
Club met at the residence of ,Mr a. Miami has Improved his health very while to be sheathed. A tugboat Is expected .. ,w
popular couple they '
t Daytona, left for her home In Colum- J. O. Walton on Wednesday afternoon.The much Mr. Allen left for Atlanta on resided very In this young section and we wish to arrive at Titusvllle this or next week Hotel Ormond will close Its doors for
d us,'O., this week. Mrs:Houghton was next: meeting will be at "The afternoon to Rock- for the purpose' of tuwing'the above the season about the 10th Inlt. See
Saturday returning them success In the Old World. .
julte a favorite In the above. beautiful steamers to Jacksonville Capt. Rule Ormond notes on our 8th page./
Hermitage"-Mrs. C. K. Kenyon's pretty edge on Monday evening.Congressman They will keep In touch with the Indian
" 11'0.Mr. home-on Wednesday! the 7th Inst. Robt. W. Davis of River country by receiving the ADVOCATE will probably loave for Eau Uallte and tomorrow Hotels Indian River and Grand VI.w,
with! the St. Augustine,
3 Jt: C. Salter the jovial and fair tourist j
weekly. 'Itusvllle, have done quite a ;
Titusvllle Public School will remain Palatka has at his disposal cadet appointments bring the Mt. Sebastian up to Titusvllle
knob-esteemed private secretary to Mr. another month, and the teacher's to both West Point and the 1 business of late, and many of the guests
open -Commencing Thursday,April 1807. and on to New Smyrna.
M. passed through Titus have made catches of fish. '
Flagler will take advantage of this Naval The for good ,
hope parents Academy. applications the sailing days of the steamer City oKey
lie Saturday last, en route from Palm the prominent guests entertained q
leach where he I I by sending their children regularly to these positions are numerous, and West, of the Key West and Miami of the Grand The Mount Pleasant House, In the
to St. ex- Bant
Augustine school. They will have plenty time to the places be filled from be follows by Manager will 3rd wit
before although may Steamship line, will as : Leave White Mountains, open July ,
lects to week ten this week Wm.
apend a or days View hotel were Bishop
New York. play after school closes for the season. any State Mr. Davis has requested the Miami on Mondays and Thursdays upon of Orlamlo Fla. Commodore undo the well-known management of
laving Crane ;
-Mr. Henry M. Flagler and Mr. and announcement to be made that the future arrival of train No. SO, arriving at Key' F.Gray C. Hewitt. New York; Col.] II.' Anderson & Price, of Hotel Ormond.

III I -Mr. R. L. Oriffitb a well known }[rs. E. M. Ashley, who have been spend. admirals from Florida.and generals will be appointed West about 1:00: p. m. next day. Leave J.1 Tlflln, Montreal,, Can., proprietor *f The' Fort Pierce'hotel, Fort Pierce, Is .
of In ,
anufacturer jewelry Providence ing the winter at Palm Beach passed Key West on Tuesdays and Fridays at the ostrich farm at Courtenay; Rev. Dr. still doing .a good business; the house .U '" .
I. L, gave our office a pleasant call,for ana through Titusvllle Saturday last,en routeto -Quite a large number of persons I 3:00 p. m., arriving at Miami In time to W. F. Brown, Plttsburg, Pa.; Mr. and said to b* nearly] full of guests and they '"'

'ear's e did not fail to put down the ADVOCATE.r. $1.50 a. St. Augustine, where they expectedto were present at the Casino, ,Hotel Or. connect with train No. 78, followingday. Mrs. 8. W. Cobb and Miss Cobb, St. all report great sport fishing and huntng. 4
( Griffith subscription who is to ardent fishermanleft stop about ten days or so ere leavingfor mond. on Saturday evening hut to witness Louis; and Col. W. H. Parker, of Richmond Mr. Tyler ban several rooms ,engaged -.
an New York. $ a laughable comedy in three acts, -rMr. and Mrs. C. A. Bacon's place at Va. Th latter gentleman] was ; for this month.

for Rockledge on Tuesday.The -Hrs. A. Becker,of Montreal Canada, entitled, ,"Snowball," in which tbe following Ormond has lost none of Its attractions the pioneer hotel manager at Rockledge] The House Daytona under'' 4 t I '
schooner left Jort Pierce amateurs took their'' respectivepart and crowds of tourists of the hotel on the site of Daytona ,
Queen who has been spending the winter at large are continually having charge ha of Mr. A. S. Dickinson,
ItI n Monday morning with a party for call : Felix Featberstone C. S. Patten; arriving at their fine home for the present Hotel Indian River which management
us a on comfortable
Rockledge, pleasant Is of being a placeto
assau.; ,The party was made up of Mr.d Saturday last.gave She had just been dis- Uncle John Paul Pinkerton; Harry the purpose of viewing the orange grove belonged to the Wilkinson estate. Col. spoken stone as of Its late guests having
Mrs. Varney of Ohio; Mr.and Mrs. of the mortgage on the fine and Prendergast. G. Butler Smith; Saunders, and the multitudinous] varieties of semitropical Parker has since then been chief manager nformetlthe stop ADVOCATE that It Is a..,
lartln, Miss Sldliman and Moses Martin, posing well known Spier at San- W.,A. Beckler; Mrs. Featherstone Mrs.B. fruit trees, shrubs, plants of the Buffalo Lytbla Springs hotel], "horn from home." For this
orange grove
T Newark;N. J., and Kid Foster as cabiny. ford, to Col. Aaron Degrauw,of Jamaica, W. Currier; Ethel Granger; Miss flowers, etc., to be seen growing there; The Rockbrtdge. Alum] Springs, Va., class thorough of hotel the cuisine, and house la
The party expect to be gone about N. Y. Mrs. Becker left for Washington, Bartow Simrall; Penelope, Mrs. Jas. P. also to sample their fine orange marma- and The Hygelahotel at OldPoint Com Is everything, that can be desired, ''
weeks.. D. C., Monday where she will stay for Vining, all of whom did, themselves lade and gnava jelly etc. Mr. and Mrs. fort. He met many of his old-Urn snd general; Mr. Dickinson U working Ilk-. .* .
An ADVOCATE representative all glad] welcome] and their friends while In prominently
Justice. town
for her Canadian Bacon give a feel If
Delia weeks all bin
I'I -Miss A.' C. Tuttle and Miss three ere leaving Trojan to make guest as
who was present, noted that the audience Is much appreciated thenv being Dr. A. A. Stewart
courtesy( very among
\ been like and with ;
uttle, of Brlsto\l Conn., who have were frequently convulsed with olerk of the court. they would to come stop
raveling through the south with their home.Mr.. Frank Hendry, who has been laughter, and on the whole they were -There have been some big catches him again, sea winter. '
note Mr. W. H. Nettleton, have been offish made at Fort Pierce of late. -Mr. and Mrs. G. G. Springer of St.
spending several weeks this winter on well pleased with the performance which I Hotel Buckingham, St. Augustine. ,
pping at Hotel Ormond, for Last Sunday Messrs. Newcomb and Augustine, gave a very enjoyable social
CoquIna, Indian River, fishing shooting, sketch was given for the benefit of the Village baa been doing an excellent business
week or so. and are bright and lively ing and otherwise enjoying himself left Improvement Association and Library. Vance landed pounds large grouper, party at their ,residence on San Marco his s.yon-In fact many. intending''

ung ladies have made many here for his home in Boston, via the The receipts were $04. A very enjoy. weighing/ 207 the largest weigh avenue on Tuesday. The residence WM ;uests bad to be turned away In consequence -
ends south. I He followed the Pressure lug nineteen pounds and the smallest beautifully decorated with palms, the .
C. Howes
Clyde Line, on Monday. reports able dance play. of this, Mr. O. ,
is lowers{ ferns etc while the tables were r
three and This ,
one-quarter pounds. ;
I -Major H. J. Tiffin, after an absence having had a very pleasant time, and upon our space precludes our giving a to be the largest catch of loaded with good things to tempt the genial proprietor. Informs the ADVOCATM i
f health has been much Improvedby notice to "SnowbalL"A reported / hi hotel to double
several months In Montreal Canada, says his longer The occasion special hat he will enlarge r'
made In These fish was a
were appetite.
>RIled through here, Saturday last x on his stay In our congenial clime. Mr. sad and serious accident happened caught on squids,years.and the party report I at home to Mr. and Mrs. Springer'smanylrlends Its present capacity this summer, so that t E
if Is special artist for the Boston be able to accommodate all whowish
has will
to where he Hendry he
way Courtenay, Conductor and the lasted
to Parlor Car R. L. Byron.of this the greatest sport that they have reception
and writes well-ordered house
ne place and ostrich farm. The Major Journal, and also sketches the F. E. C. Ry., on Wednesday after ever had In the way of fishing, and praise : for two hours. Several hundred friendsof to stay at bill we .
pas accompanied by his nephew Mr. 1LPeraalt for magazines. noon. He was coming south on train this M the best section for fishing on the host and.hostess called to enjoy next winter. Buckingham until,
r. who will spend a few days -Judge George P. Raney, general No. 35, and when near Oak Hill as be the East Coast. the hospitality so lavishly displayed by understand, will remain open 'May t r
Ith him. The Major was In town on counsel for the F. C P. system, has I was leaning over from the parlor ear to the popular host and hostess; and being 1st.
Wednesday call.The and gave the ADVOCATE. a tendered his resignation to President see what was the matter with a brake- -Mr. Denis Shea and his bright I rather a warm day frequent calls were Among the pleasant] people now' stop
peasant Duval and It has been accepted. Judge shoe his head came In contact with daughter Miss Anna E. Shea, of West I made to the punch howl, which was never ping at Hotel Coquina, Ormond are Mr.,
following changes have been Raney has taken this step on account of some firewood that,was projecting froma 143rd st. New York, also Mr., Shea'sniece allowed to run dry. Mr. Springer I.I is W. If. Nettleton and ntaces, the Misses'
I nade In the time card of the Florida his being a candidate for the United wood-pile, the force of which knockedhim Miss Lillie V. Farrell of Newark I owner of the St. Augustine Fernandlna, A. C. and Della Tuttle] of Bristol: Conn.;
callers the Anvo- .
sat CONt railway from Jacksonville : States senate, his candidacy calling/ off the car platform onto the N. J.,were pleasant at Cocoa and West Palm Beach Ice Factories Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Smith of Enou, ,0.;

Praia No. 23 ha been discontinued largely upon his time. Feeling that In track making an ugly gash In his OATB been office on Tuesday morning.. at They the and a right jovial young fellow. Mrs. G. A. Wells, pf Indianapolis, Ind.;
to It he should be, relieved of and causing slight concussion of had enjoyingthemselves Miss Lillian Stage a prominent and
loath of St. Augustine; train No. 74 was justice scalp for time Among the pleasant] lady
Plata Hotel Rockledge some many '
llscontinued Wednesday, :March 31.rralns business which 1 might prevent the attention the brain. He was brought to Titnsvllle I and about to,take a trip from callers at toe ADVOCATE office this wek much-admired-young lady from Louisville .tv
were ,
Nos. 25 and 26, between Palm necessary to give to the same he In an unconscious state and was Immediately past to Jacksonville by steamer be numbered Mrs. H. IL Jones of Ky.*,, Mrs. c.T" Williams and

Beach c and Miami, 'were discontinued haa taken this step. attended by Dr. B. R. Wilson who for Enterprise which place they left] on Tuesday, New may Hartford, Conn., mother of Mrs.. daughter Miss Beatrice Rodgers (who r" '

arch: 20. Trains Nos. 42. 43, 60( and 61 -Mr. C. B. Hogg, a wealthy residentof did what he could for the Injured man morning. After visiting Mr. Shea'snephew Wm. M. Brown, of this place, with will stay at the Coquina of nntll it closes;-
ere discontinued March 31. for the time being. On the arrival of the winter. Mrs. Mrs. E. H. Brooklyn
New York formerly] connected with at Savannah, they Intended whom she is spending Bachefder '
editor of
the northbound train (No. 74) Mr. Byron Mr. A. O. bicycle k
'' 011 has been In ] for to again visit Jones I. the wife of Capt. Henry R.
Standard home hoping
Saturday another large catch of the company ," taken to St. Augustine, Dr. Wilson leaving/ the New York Journal; Mr. and Mrs. IL.
,anlsh mackerel was made ex-Mayor town a couple of days this week on a accompanying was him and put; In the railroad Indian River next season. Like a great Jones, editor and proprietor of the New Bancroft, of Columbus 0.; Miss Sayre..' ', ;
friends Mr. and Mrs. T. T. tourists Mr. Shea subscribed Hartford Tribune, who paid our town a
endricks and Judge Tuttle, of New visit to his hospital under the care of Dr, many more of Brooklyn N. Y.; and many
laven. Conn. The above named gentleen Wetmore. Mr. Hogg who gave our Worley. He Is In a precarious condition, for the ADVOCATE erejeavlng.Wanted visit during the trip of tbe, National other Jovial guest whom the ADVOCATB: tit I
call has been traveling Editorial Association to the East Coast;
in the hotel launch under office a pleasant ,
nomad but Dr. Wilson, who returned to town representative was pleased to meet the
i well all over Florida this season, -a Launch and as she I* a lady of considerable literary '
. of Capt. F. M. Tyler; succeeded In pretty yesterday said he was resting easily and first of the week. oar"
and close observer of
landing 73 Spanish mackerel, weighing hunting and fishing at various point*- entertained of his ability a
179 pounds and 41 bluefish In addition. : Including places on the Gulf Coast, Kay that hopes were In attendance recov Also yacht to cruise In. Both must things In general., we appreciate: the '*
,The ) were
These Connecticut gentlemen have been West Bay Bl caynel the Straits of Florida ery. physicians be In Al condition. Address many compliment* she paid the ADVO 'A. Fine Hotel for' Sale.; y
hours Mr.
about two stitching Byron'sscalp.
enjoying themselves Immensely'at Fort eta. Mr. Hogg left here Wednesday DOM CABLO, CATB office during her call. Mrs. Jones -'
Pierce and other points on the East for Jacksonville and other cities en route ADVOCATB Office, Is also the mother of those two popular Owner wishing to retire will sell th* r
Coaat of Florida. home and did not forget to subscribefor ; THusvlUe.:'Fla. and well known young ladles the Misses oldest and best known transient and EM.
the ADVOCATE ere leaving Titnsvllle. A Cottage For Sale. Louise and Battle Jones. whose visit to family hotel In Ashevllle, N. O. Small

Orange Trees for Sale. I For Sale at a Bare..Bargain.A Tltnsvllla I Is well remembered by many cash payment. Central location. and
A furnished cottage' and lot, 60x130 -, of oar townspeople. The above lady valuable, .frontage, 'Apply to w 1 r tA
I have about one thousand flrst-elas WATCH REPAIRING done by AnthonyBros. with fine water frontage and boat landIng beautiful home on Indian River,' ten was accompanied by Mrs Wm. M. LOCK Box i OOIS, .

Krar orange trees, now being budded, ., West; Palm Beach Flu.WantedPalmetto for'sale. Ready for occupancy. acre of high oak and hickory hammock Brown, wife of the president of the Asheville, N.CO'

which I desire to, sell for delivery this Near Hotel BeHevue Melbourne.-one of the $980.prettiest 8 acre In cultivation COO) orange trees Bank of Bay Blscayn 11 ,la,
all. W. T. Aunt locations Price In condition 3 Inch flowing well on
TitDsrillo,Ha.Bonea Boot Apply to *MiB n. Ar....., the!good highest point ha 330 feet! "riverfront To Civil Engineers and Surreyon. Where You Can Obtafa'4the "

W. will $1.00 (cash) a ton for pst Melbourne, Fla. half mil from Malabar station. and t V "Advocate." OJ' 1t
pay delivered at; the :Floridalie I poatoftc, a good six-room, boos This A surveyor's Utaodolyt and tripod for '
Wanted. metto Extract roots Works Tltusvill*, : :For. Out of Bight t place cost the owner $4,000, will be sold sale. Cost Mo.OO.; will'sell for 1100.00 I 'TITVSVILLB., ; ''J.B..;;;;.". MWS, .*..ten4.Mn. .' r
-- ; Jnt: +eIlrAeovmze KMon, ,,
C BaTe lour bona and send them to"the specifications and particular*, apply toAssXSnpt. for$1,060. For further Information address cash. Apply to rone 'M
Jacksonville JackPonvine 5. :r. GB.AT, Ij. Those 5- ent boxes of candy for, the --B C. CBBBCH, .H. WALTOBTltnsvUl .. HoMlAtouw. : M,
:Fertilizer Co. "
:TU. Will pay cash, for them. :. children at Chaff Go's. : BAXYAjr/I'l.A. y *, Fta., '. OBBK I>, 'O' )rat.! OrrIdt "

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'' i own part and not the merchant's.'.. A spider web Is constructed according I School--Notice.-- : HARRY MASON & (C ft)
I would suggest a. new deal-the Association to the best mathematical.principles. The Superlntendednt of Public I
at Tl-
: Sales to have a headquarter for ship The Is frequently asked: Sirects that the school
question another
pIng-the present system Is sufficient will rtall continue through Jobbers In Fine
Whether it ImportedLiquors"
and establish market prices at headquarters "Has money appreciated? month commence 20th. Inst. Patrons d dR
MASON .e: <:0.<
and require dealers to buy at has or not, It never was more appreciated are requested to observe this and require I[

1' that polut. The prices are lust as easily than at present.It their children to attend achool. w Ruy Street,
and and
i.' WlthHoOd'18arIIlpaT a II< established there. at the other end of The buildings are comfortable JACRSONgILI E' Cigars, Hi \
serve you.J.
'' well
..t how the line, as the agent can keep as surprised visitors to the three tesohe are ANTHONY .
cine has enjoyed public confidence orpa pouted with the supply and demand on Chicago World's Fair to find that of all R. "

1'. tronsge to a greater extent than acoorc' the market an the merchant and, In fact oft the Wood-purifiers, Ayer'n Sarsaparillawas Grade Whiles Etc
would out
medicine. Thi much better. This plan exhibition. The ,.
other proprietary
; od any the only one on
.,. fts' simply because, it possesses greatei all percentages risk and delay except and the would agent out and off his reason is that Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is a ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. !.!. \\e .
medicine '
lt and produces greater cores than standard remedy and not a patent : "'"" ;
lDe should be a specified salary
, .' any other. It is not what we say, butwhat instead of a commission. This nonsense or secret nostrum. 1 NEAR & TAYLOR Whiskies-Imported: ; andDomeetio each,'blackberry.' and peacb and 1l0neJ. . ..tmmstfrwp j
\ that tells .. .. ..... .. ,. ,., .c: ..... ;"
does .
( llood's Barsspsrllla Interest Identified !RInns-HollamiOldo't'omelo! :; .. .. "' ''''from'I.I Oper:
about having an agent's to John McAllister.) \ \. (........'. ...... ...
i is .
: the story. advertisements of Hood's with the association, Is' all bosh. If Patriotism pure andj undefiled, (Successors .1. 'Iltuecacel, Claret, etc., from.. ..... .... ,..... .. ...hnolnp

II ftarsspsrllla. like Hood's BarsspariU it- a man wont work for the Interests of his almost as scarce' as, perfect physical Contractors wines--Port'Sherryi; Catawba. ....,.... .... .. ...... ....,.... .t>. ...... ............. .t'm' '2' Jle',...
.. ... .
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''' i self, are' honest. We have never deceived employers on salary be Is a dangerousman health. Artesian Well Wed Beer. .... .., ................ .. :: .. .,.,i.a. : / .;()per_
the public and this with its superlative to have at all. This plan would be '. 8SrAll other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices. ,

Medicinal merit Is why the people have the opening wedge to force local buyers Center shots are what tell, one bulletin EAU GALLIE, FLA. and demijohns will be packed In boxes when so requested, without *

t?I Jf abiding confidence in it, and buy which will make the business self-sus the bull's eye Is worth ten that just costMoney Jugs refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company eli
and wine '* I tra order to save delay and
taining provided the canning C. O. D. Send money with trouble.
ml8aJt.. take
; I call at- not MASON & CO., '
J press Is kept In full operation. MEN OR Send for Price List OB call upon

si Hood'sSarsaparilla tention to this plan without discussing For constipation sick: headache WANTED travel responsible 301, 307 809 811 W. Bay St., (Mason Block) lACKBoymnc FL!.
.r the details, all of which can be easily stomach and liver troubles and all derangements house In Florida. Salary .
rule prefer' to and assimilative established r .
met. But farmers as a of the digestive Position
: II wait on all matters and finally do nothing organs Ayer's pills are of inestimable $780: and expenses. self-addressed perman-

I ,whIch. accounts for their present value Sugar-coated and pleasantto ent. Reference. Enclose National Star East Coast

!, I, ;i:, condition. I never advocate a. change of take they are always reliable, and retaIn stamped envelope.Bldg., Chicago.The' Florida Ry.TI. ,
: system a* long as a thing Is a success their virtues in any climate. Insurance
{I.: Almost to the exclusion of all others. Try It. but for a people engaged In one of the .... Taklo W.. OorreoMd to V.bri .rr a9, 1S97.
l' : J Prepared only by C. I. Hood Si:Co.,Lowep.( Maas moat remunerative agricultural Industries -'-

i).'' I are the only pills So t3'c' In the United States to stand still SOUTH BOUND (Read Down NORTH BOUND (Bead. Up).,
Hood's PillS wlthuood'&usapar.llup and let the profits of their labor be gobbled Fruit.
for TOSTsda No 78 'S'T.NoiBH685'p
,' s have A Fertilizer oTZSlToWiNoulUa olJ ed
I I II __ __ up by speculators when they their 'l1iii.I! wp': ::" EvT...... raukaouvlileit. ...EE 046p ....' IJS i ii l IB
I' iit' the'r of redress In own .
means .
,, lOb Clop T4fip ...... Ar...,... Angus one Slop 8 d OaUiij
I hands Is4 unaccountable. One troubleIs 145p108a..r. ...... .. ...... >t. Augustine.!......Ar. 6iJ8p!! .......... ....
i Ii Free and they allow themselves to be gulledby .. ... ..... ............ . .. "The Ideal Pineapple 1 Fertilizer, 11 OOa ....I. ...... ...a.Lv.:: ....... .B... Inp........ .. :, 2ruP'i'rir ...... ...... ....::
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.. ... .
and another ea 1to! ...... ..... .EasiFalatk* p .... ...
parties figuring for self; 965.1148. .... .. ..:.:: A..Palatlut..L". 4 18p705p bloc .. .. ...... ....:
t: : Masons Is, they seem to think when they have prioe g.0a= ''Per.ToD. 1100.. 10 Ma ...... ....".. ......Lv....... .ji>alatk. ............Ar. IObP OlIp.,.. ... ..... ...
: ;,,. Accepted made the crop they have done their partIn 1JI pSlua 18 .0p ...... ...... .. .... Ar.........Ban Matea..Ia. >> S\OP\ ..... ...... ...:::
else must ANALYSIS :.... .... 910....;. .... ...... Lv........Bon Mateo......Ar. 706p ..... .....
the matter; then somebody GUARANTEED .N 19411p ...... .. .:; .. .. .........Ormoud..... ..Ar. SOttp367p 4Op ..... .....
J. take and do as they please. . . ..'.... .8 to 10 Per Cent 10,11} : '. Lv. .. ...... ..'... .
charge Moisture .. . . . lOOp ...... .. .. .. .... .Daytona :: ... ,:
6" ....Port Orange... .. .. ... ..........
j'I' ''Indian Tltusvllle PINEAPPLE.!: Ammonia. . . . ...&! to iilta 1 182p l..... ...... ..... ........New >...... = fop:: s07p.,.?. .. ..
JI River .f/\\r/ Fla. Jensen, Fla. Phosphoric Acid. .. .'. ".B to 6" SUlp ..... ...... ...". .... ..... 8mraa.: ........ aoip.. .. .o.:......::. ......
00 8.. iaoep'i'ae'p 1I1111a .. ...... ...... ......... ........ 126pIZMp .... ...1.. ....
I i : ; Lodge, No. Potash (Actual).. .6 to ...... Slop ...... ...... ...... ......... TtyPoilt....:.... .". .... ...... ....::
I, March April, May Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate, of Soda, Blood BoneDissolved ...... BIBp ...... ...... ...... .... .......Uor.oa ........... 12 4llp) ..... ...... .....'
: Made exclusively from Bright of Potash IS Mp 880p..... .." .....Rockledge Hotels.... Limp .... ..... .....;
i Hold* Its meetings that second and fourth Friday Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems. and Sulphate 1117p 4 lip........" .........EauGalll..i. ? 11 Mp ... ..... ,
;); r ,;. of eaoli. innntu, the Court holme,Titusvufc for directions using and further particulars; i also ask for 4lUp .. ...... ....._ ..,.........SarnoMelbourne............ :: 11 (la .821p....... ...... ,;.;;;
;: \r ..t1IOOp.m. Are the months In which to give especial 3TVHte Fruit." We carry a large stock of all FertlU 4 SOp! .t..;.. ...... ....... ......... ....... 11 Ma ..... ...... .....,
: Master. attention to the condition of your copy 01 "Eoonomlcal Fertilizing for Write for prices before .... 40 p ...... ..'.... ..........Rowland.. ........ ". 11 OOa ..... ..... ..
: ;I -A. T. Feaster Worshipful health. If pass safely zer Material, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. ...... lOUp ...... ...... .:...: .........8 ba tl&n..4. 11 Ola..: ... ... .., Holt
s; Geo. W. Hcobte Senior Warden. physical you .. .. ......... .. :. _
I find We seek the growers trade direct ...... ll 5Hp ...... ... ...." 8t.: Luole. lulua ....
r'No H. F'. Hall Junior Warden. through these months and yourself baying. S06p 808p686p ...... ...e.. ........Fort Pierce....,.... 100lia13SOp; ...... .....: Uip
\, '" TreAsurer. strong and vigorous' on the arrival of WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co., ...... .. .. ..... 6 OOa ............Eden.. .......... ..., 982a ....... ...... ...... toloa. &
I K. ?
l ; ) Wilson warmer weather will be well In ...... ....... ...... elite ..........Jensen ...... 9t7a! ........ .....
'J: ... J. Mendel Secretary' yon time to take The' Fertilizer House of Florida. ...... 648a701p! ..... 6W ............Stuart.:,....... I 9 IliaB06a ... ....:. ..... Ixp\
'/ Y\\ M. S. Hams, Senior Deacon. summer. Now Is the ... .. .. .. ... .. TO'a ..,..... :Alicia... ......... ... .....,. ..... lap
J. A Junior Deacon. Hood's Sarsaparilla because now Is the Jacksonville, Fla. ...... T 21p .... .1 ... T' ........Hobe80nad......., S46& ,..... .....: ...... lap.
i I' : Happersette time when the blood must be purified ...... 784p .. ... ,. 8Ka96&a ....West Jupiter.-.,.. 888a7fi5a ....... .,.... .....1211
I I: v'* A. A. Stewart T. U. Sanders stewards. and> vitalized and because *. '... 80''. ..,... :...:. .i. ... .*..Riviera..... ..<.... 804&. ...... .....II4i11
'I' e. ,B. A. Geiger, Chaplain. enriched BP66p a lOp ...... 10 2&a Ar. ....W. t Palm Buaoh.....Lv. 10Ma -.......lIb
l'1' ", A FroBcber Tyler: Hood's Saroaparllla Is the only true 4 8 mp..r No 26 ...... ... .....Royal Polnolnna.,.... T 45& 10 26a No.26 ....., ..,...
blood purifier prominently the public STORE. SOUp 8211p. ... ...... Palm Beaoh Inn...... 740a785a 1020a- ...... ?.,..
:;; Hood' Sarsaparilla has THE PAINT lOOp imp .....: 916a2Ua ...n. L".Palm Beach Inn.....Ar. OlBaOlda. 60ftp...... ? ..
.T. rye to-day. I . SlOp 885p846p ...... ....Royal Poinol ..a.., ... .. 7 BOa ...... ?.
rf .. power to make you healthy and guard 8 Bop ...... taSii'lBa li'dte1244p ... '.....W ea' Palm Beach..... 7 aia 10 OOaB68a ...... 1
f I. : TBMPISUANCK DEPAltTt your system against disease.A .... "Elp .... .... .. ;:.. .. Ltnton....,. 6dOe .. .
t iff MENT. ...... 10 lip ....:..108lSa 846p ......Fort i Landerdale.., ... .::.;, Soup..:..;:.. --assas assasa
'i" i PAPERS .. .. !057p1106p .,. 426p .......Lemon City.... ... 60/. ... ...... I
\ newly-patented 'yoke for ROOFING AND SHEATHING -.a., SOp ...... 4 46p Ar,...........Miami .........Lv. 6 'Ma. 8 OOa. ........
: .
:; \\\r\ : Tltusvllle Qotnl Templar.Lodge. horses I. shaped like a triangle sand has. A. 8 W. BRANCH. Trains86 _d 78. between Jack'o

" Mrs.Wm.: Woodward. C.Mr.; Chas. a circular opening to receive the wagon e.li -Papers. o. TA I. o, o. BOnvlU.Trains...ud B8 8G.and AUllustiDedal.80. between.,item:.

Gardner soon tongue and two slots for the collar straps II BOp 10 00a L".New 8m'raa..Ar. 16p 'd 409 vlUe and h. Augustine dally, axoepi.
t at the t Up I 11 IIIa! Lv..Lak.Helcm..L". 12 BOp 6 lOp 8 Cday
i' Meets every Tuesday PUbfio on the horse. .. IIIIp 11 II2a Lv..Oraoge CJlty..Lv. 121sp .8 lap rain 87 blttwecm Jacksonville tad
,I church. meeting Outride CJoia Water !?Dint; II 11 6Ua Ar.. .. .Orau CJlt.. .. .L". la 111 "8 St.. Augustine :al1r.: except Monday. .
first Tuesday In the month. .. Trains )25 anti 26. between Palm BoW
I ,
v Now is the time to purify your blood Traina 81 and 88'are composed exclusively; of Pulland Miami datly.

I :' Edited by REV. II. GOODKLL.. and Hood's Sarsaparllla Is Thousands the best medicine of- I. E. BAIRD & CO., man can _I Miami.I'.alo dally 200. except between Monda Fort .Plerc. and

for the purpose. Buffet Parlor Cars on train. All other tralnl south of S' ADp
t The meetings of Francis Murphy at !great cures prove that It is one true JACKSONVILLE FLA. ill. 88, 7and78. tine cIaI1y, except.Bunda". .
1 63 West Bay & Laura Stew -
t(id 1 the Murphy home on Bedford street blood purifier < i .The .1...... 114..Wlte.1 Steamer.!.

,I i 1, have seen 110 diminution of Interest Paints Oils Glass, Varnishes and Room Mouldings.
',: \ Over 0,000 perms have. thus far signed Hood's pills are the favorite family cathartic "CITY OF KEY WEST.

, {'Ii \ the pledge wind or weather having no and liver medicine. Price 25o.
,cSc CO.
effect upon the attendance.' The liquor CHASL&"Ce: :: e Is appointed to Perform Service. as follows: .
" =' dealers of Boston are unhappy crowd. A new "merry-go-round" has double DEALERS IN Leave MIAMI every. Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.Arrive

complaining bitterly of the decks, the horses and cars being ar- and Llcguoras KBT: WEST ssmedif.Leave .
''lit. They are Fine: V'l.XLes: ,
lard times and these complaints take ranged in the usual form. KEY WEST every Sunday, Wednesday and Friday.
419'W. St.,
I 417. Bay Arrive MIA6tissm.dq.
, : the form of requests for transfers from A recently patented combination wag ')$'t'/ ( .

\ their present. locations Commissioner on for use on street car tracks has a : f\:\ ''' fi1.;y g JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Steamer MONTICELLO.'

,, General Martin states that at no time in snow-plow sweeper, scraper _and "" '. ., .... Ii'f. / RICH WINES create good rich healthy Steamship service between Miami and Nassau to continue daring the Winter TonrM I
_. \ .,r1 !!! blood. D D't make the mistake o Season of 1890-07... '
;.rt Lie experience as a member of the Board sprinkler all In one.Buckingham's \d \\J.tl j .Z ., buying sour poor wine because. it Is. !
LI' iiS It is not. It has a nasty disagreeable .
: have so many transfers been requested. --;::;:-'::" ;; oJ' cheap. PROPOSED SAILINGS:
-= 1> effect upon the system while
r. The police court records show that during Dye for the whiskers -r.t; I 0 .:: : good wine is. really not expensive, and February 15 to March Leav. NASSAU Tuesdays T3rnrelays and'Batmdga

last week there were only one quayter can be applied when at home and is uni- ;rr"c"( gives von that pulled-together, self- .. 27 Lsa.e MIAMI Mooda78 edneedays and lfrldafa ,
formly successful coloring a brown or o' ., .... Hatlsned. feeling. of North Carolina M'ch to End of Season Leave NASSAU: Wedneedaye and Sacudyave
as arrests for drunkenness as : .. rrW. make a Specialty
many Jk.\:'''''' J 't. MIAMI Tuesdays and Fr day..
'\\It. .: black Hence its great popularity. : 'ith't" I Mountain Dew Cora Whiskey, three
.JoC; 811 II al.J. i.r.! "i:,..... ::$/ ; ICo, years old, hiving gallon.Parties JT.f. BECK,WITH, J. D. BAHNBR
will do
in Towns
}r', Madison county voted out the gb 1'I\i' ';1 i,; I Dry Traft9oM.nsgea. Ass't Gon. Passenger Asil I
Incessant application produces. re r 1 !f -.. 'no. well to order from us as we can save St. Attgnstlne, :Fla.
); all
them DO cent on orders.Vf olio' _
aaloons In recent and .'I I per
qil: a election every cults that some attribute to inspirationand tr ( ; .
send with orders.We
Always money
";: "ooun&I. dry along the line of the Illinois genius ..r' ...r"'p.4', ..'.. .... will not open new accounts unless

; Central Railroad through that Dr. had i. f/" "' suitable No Good.Jacksonville sent (J. O.reference D. to Dry is Towns.given &
Johnson an exceedingly uo.attraoUve ;? The florida i
'I state that of from Louisiana.the Tennessee! state. line to face his complexion was red, r'A' / "i1)I I i t I sv It\: Brewers Agent and for Bottlers Indianopolls Indianapolis Brewing, Ind.Co., (Central peninsular Ra11roaShort

his eyes, besides being bleared with Hercules Malt Tonlo, 'UII per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4M per case.

( 'Among the deliverances of the recent scrofula, were so 'near sighted that his Line between Florida and all KortI'ern Points.

:3i+:' message of President Cleveland none, expression was that of Intense dullness Everett Savannah 'Augusta, Ga., Columbia Washington,

t perhaps, was more significant than the Smooth Pineapple Suckers 'tlmore. Philadelphia New York. Boston and the Eas -1

r r fact stated that the total production of Gayenne 1 Everett Macon. Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, CInolnnHl() |

distilled last exclusive of Down Brakes and and ChIcago.
spirits year. Revere* I

i''' fruit brandies was 08,588,703: taxable'' When a tram-is discovered rushing frightful on col-to a At One-fourth Regular Price, by. buying Stools or Louie Everett. Chicago Birmingham Sioux City.. lIolly. Springs, Memphis, LIttle Rock. \\tansas City, tl:

t-- gallons, which means an Increase of 6.G:19.108 ,< River Junction Pensacola Mobile New Callto'
llsion, it is Orleans Texas 5 exloo. .
: gallons over the preceding year. thrilling: : Mother, Plants..,.... and the Pacific Coast Effective Jan. 18. 1897. '

There was also an Increase of 1,443,979gallon :. stant as the New York Express No. 88 leave Jar'*
t. '''produced from fruit; 2,3(10,4(10( ( eal'laeerwblltl.a These Stools wlU grow from 10 to 20 Suckers each,'In from two. to six months. owaw villa S:20... m., daily, with through PpU"
> a n' Savannah Columbia! Wwhlnrl
More barrels of beer were produced than '. II:t Down Absolutely true to name first-class conditionand ti.0'r. t Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York and*s
I brakes I" Eastern points. Connects for Fern"
8 yy
t f' In the before And 'J1 this
act! *
yea Arrives
and reverseshis all Fruiting Plante. Now ready for delivery. Correspondence solicited. 155., Jacksonville 9:1:1! p. m.
tty In the drink habit occurred during lever.' .a ,N -r New York and Florida Limited, No. i
Brakes alone OEO. H. WRIGHT, Manager aces vestibuled train with compartment 0tioo.
"hard times doubtless rendered all the .
tV 8'
I f C dining and sleeping oars: leaves ::3
ate not A
M harder from that very circumstance. ..e enough | the Orlando Nurseries, Orlando Fla. avesn ustine. 9.110.. m., Jacksonville 11.00 a Jvllle ro',
except Sunday 81' returning arrives {
.,y 8urely; America, baa no reason Co.be. I whole pro- 4 'c h 3.30 P m, 8t Augustine 6.40 p m, --I e
pellinff power S: '
proud of such manufactures. To multiply of the cn7ffine SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE YARD, 0' p 7 cept Monday. 3d W
,, New No.
nut Mall
I the whisky-jug and the beer-barrel must be PKlatka, Fl.. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. 1 4 Jacksonville Sllll: p. ni. dally for same card_
I 1 .-=.reversed and 0 ern points. Carries through Sleepers J*"*:!
la not to but to throttle
J really develop
-made toworlc CYPRESS COMPANY B r "I ae ripe to New York. No. M. arrive Jacluoni
;.r the resources of the. country.-Christian in the opposite WILSON y ., is 0 900am.: Cp '
w Observer.; direction. ? p' r CASONVILLE Cincinnati and Florida Limited LCSTSsonvllle
? I That is -- Manufacturers of o s.+w s. 6 M p. m. Arrive Cincinnati UVJII
I, iji 'I how it is p. ro. Ime little over 24 huun. ,
1 sometimeswith S eAP o bnle Train runs via Everett: III,90., lie<"*?
1' IIow Will This Do for Pineapples 1' 'I dl...... oasts "' Chattanooga. Connects for :Na U W|
ar .5
1t-- ?'JI time There whet arc ;y Cypress Lumber, Shingles, and Lath. Oi h q vllle western, St.points.Louis, Chicago and all northern

{ the system is flylntr along the track of distu .!II rI s r 0 o r 10 Asheville Route. Through Pullman Ble1:
I : .at such frightful p.ce that no ordinary A large stock of Dry'Cypress flooring ceiling, siding, mouldings shingles t Car service tor Cincinnati via Ba.alln.bE ttw

: ,,/ .Etti'/or! AJvocnte : methods will prevent disaster. There are lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring 'prompt shipments. Cypress n..: ;p.. a + bla the, Asherllle Celebrated, Hot Mountain Springs: Knoxvllle Country of NV '''

'; .;. .Somo time since I plenty of medicine which act merely .. nouldlngs of all patterns a specialty. e Carolina. Leaves Jacknoivllle 6.M p mJI
: W wrote an article in brakes to "slow up" the disease and put N ives Cincinnati 7.1fl a. m. .Beturnlng !
, ;}r which I suggested that growers elltabillh air disaster for little while; but that isn't. When at home write us for prices; when up our way come and see us. ,, Jacksonville 900 a m.

canneries and wine presses as a means of rnoturh. What i* needed is a medicine that sp al IiN ; Only Line Through the B Unl :.:
.,':f" checking the output and to prevent gluts will Instantly reverse the entire waiting, FLORIDA s xv". d Country of Middle Florida, Pen.ach lV e l
.iv"' In the market, which latter, under the fearcnentintr process. CENTRAL Esoamblik Bar Leave Jacksonville ': ,|A|
When people i are sing flesh sad strength line in the,StaterLUTIIT and L__o,. for Lake City. Live Oak Madison, ..on"mJI
r,' present system of management, will destroy ;nd vitality, with the life oonng oat of then BICYCLES.Best t .h Tallahassee, lives Junction} Fensacols 01
r.4)) the Industry; but, as Ingenoll said y after day.they need Dr. Pierce'a Golden PENINSULAR R.R. New Orleans, and the southwest, Me*'":'J.;
'; ofiMoses, It seems to have been one of Medical Discovery which sets directly upon Old Cennectl ns. fornla and toe Pacific Coast. -Carries B
an :No. I arrives m.
.v .Jacksonville'OIIa.
ny mistakes. I will now suggest an the vital force, completely transforms the
+' additional mistake entire nutritive organism and 'M..rr Ol FLOa1Da Leaves Jacksonville. 9.4V a m.forSCSrtAc!
remedy or the totally reverses .
as .., ..
.. thorne, Silver Ocala,
... Spring
the .r.w, .
f' wasting, debilitating >
ease maybe. process .... silOrlando
tlM>.oo. Key WilclwooJ Leesbn,
a Which i the .... .
Up to date the pineapple grower has ltenable.* at root of all cU. Laooocnee Dade CISy, Ylas

.fi sot only been playing servant, but abso to supply the dl..ti..d the circulation bloodmakingsrgans with FOWLER, $IOO, $75.00. 1111 BpringS Itonies Bt, Loele Tampa. ArrIveJlICksonvllle.lIIp.01.IIt"Atl.n
; \' slave an : Ranesa Caty.No. OO.-Lea". .Jacksonville ..B8 p !.
lute for the merchant; he makes abundance of pure healthy red blood. It alrmingham: MemphisAane.eCity: citanA- 18
his crop and delivers It Into the hands elope the wasting of riuu.'build. up solid CLEVELAND $100 $35.00. khan. to Kansas Clty. TM mate V ,t"Mm'' Atlanta.Through.. Birmingham Pullman Sleeper Holly Springs, for Nb e
phi" ,
1.!.1( Bprlngneld.: andKan u f-t. v
of the : ..
merchant with muscular Besh
; no recourse except healthy nerve-fore lIao; iii. arrives Jacksonville 00 a m. Aerland Ct'
.h ;. what the merchant refuses to give him, -J1": **iT! Whitman of gast Dickinson, WESTFIELD $73.00, '$60.00. Sound.Jmc" T for Brunswick by the Cumberland Route steamer, -
and two cent *m".tU. 0o., **. y- writes "for n .Hy ten ifili
extra for E..reu.
pays per the : = Close qnlck-
Booths I have had a bad couch, and lasMed 0lcube. tf*> er.lr: : : :::: ror eoooecUoa tor
.,' privilege of doing it. Talk about dishonest bdt *. Ie grew won. until 1 was advised .. .....,. 8 T aSoaSdi'::'ISIS and:intermediate points.Acme JaSsonvlile':' N.r.3t"-
; merchants, there ls nothing dt.p .. ...... to try Dr. Pi_'. Oaldm Medical S ftJf Through ShH rarM Clnolnnatl ?1lm.t.1''"- I'alImaa Arrlv.Jacksoo. .os J
'/ honest In the transaction; the hesitated at Brat, to* it eeeesed o : B. F. tills 1M p.m..arrty. Claelnnltl 1.JSAsIMvW., I.....Jacksonville al .M p. m.. srrl
grower ) Jr
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I' ing would give relief only..... Mret For lI&ooa.
J," puts himself In a position to accept just p515555 aumfcxM ak*** m7M 1 wee sadonsnniMian. ., ., ,'" 8teaaMr"1Ian.Atlanta_" horn? 71a1a Dilly. r.......Jackv1D. .:m a. o.and S:53 p.m-
what tho she htm. Ie have I tried .....- room.. Rknp. T.mp.for Bcalde.tow. ud ""' .''' Wver pulses
,L' .If It Is nothing. .Ando ho has no right to ..4 beta. I h4 takra .ar ..h tae.s.at ... y :\ Jacksonville, Fla. goBeall rorlleall on all N1 lraw l T Ina. N.rbr can between JaolmearUl.and TaaJPIrN.
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Professional Cards. w I I
HINTS ON ORANGE CUL* have been used to advantage.- Is also DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? 4 X. ter'8 Sale.

TURE. bought that poke weed can be employed ( i

tOt ItOBVUIS. WALTKB 8. GBAHAM.pBBINS for the same purpose, ID short, anything --- 'fTXPBR and by virtue of a doers. of fore- Potatoes I
& GRAHAM, Citrus Trees at reduoed price -.A...- |tj filiMiire atut mle. laxulnx outof the CUroiilttourt : .
OBANQI CITV, FLA., Mar. 20, '07. which will\ supply ammonia or. humus. .budded at the ground on 4-yenr-olc for lintvaril o<...nl.ln a ciutiio t.liorw-. .1

Editor The latter Is greatly lacking In the Florida Rough Lemon stooks. yKX of. In d.I..n.\I.II.h..I": .. McAlllHtvr is coin.plalnantsahla "
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Advocate : VtvHI et. al., are dofend-
line-loads, but not to so great extent In them are Tardltr others are PnrsOB court| I will veil.at. public auction In front of the ;Tomatoes, Melons Cabbage.
[ICB HOUBS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., It 1 Is only In recent years that orange the hammock.: We think:, the outlookfor Brown Ruby, Tangerine, Honmmifuui,. the house d>mi.. during the lugal hours of sale, ,

and 2 to 4 p. m.ITUsvtLLB culture In Florida has been made astudy .Triumph and Common Grape Fruit, tOc.! upon FIRST :{Turnips, Lettuce, Peas, Beets, I
orange culura In Florida is better MONDAY IN APRIL, A I) 1807,
[ 108. Brevard Co., Fiord a. of, and even now many go on in a haphazard now than before the freeze of two years each, $20.25, /Early per 100.Boone' &. Mott'u Blood BOoi. to the highest and beat Mdder. for cash li, he following ;Onions and all. Vegetables, remove ;
dtMcrinad real
Box agate, uttuated in llrerd -
|ll practice In all the courts-etate and fed way, without.knowing nor considering ago, because many of the poorer groves each, $40 per 100. v\ vimnty,.....rlola. t-wlt i A strip of land large quantities Potash 1
the nature and wants of the Satsuma and Mandarin 40o. each five chains anal twenty-three. (4i a3) wide "
have abandoned .
been and the better
alal facilities forexamining and perfect- and extendiuglrom tie Atlantln ocean to the :from the soil. Supply
!) tree Its Lamb 50o.each.
Orange ,
or fruit.
In selection ,
IUld tl tiel. of soils ones are likely to be carried on with Indian Rive, a dltaice of seventy-three (73) "
there are but two kinds to choose from Seedless Grape Ffolt,, 60o. each, $40 chains, the smith line thereof heltlll|: parallel '. \
more economy and on' business princi 100. with and .... feet. forte o the! south.
CABY-ELWES that which is known as pine land and per line of section thirteen, (1:1): township twenty. Potash ytt
Also all of
ples. J. M. WHITE.Oenea the varieties of peaches seven (it?) south. ran, ra thirty-seven (37) ea.hooutalniug3ahsoreu4more ;
I hammock, or kalf-hammock. The pinelands that are known to be bust suited to this .. or 1Ioett. '.>,
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NOTARY PUBLIC, are sandy and require more plant- South Florida section, Including the D. L. ,OADLDEN '.! I

STATE AT LARGE. food, but can be cleared and Bh. Waaa'Maeb Am.rlsrAn new Free Stone Orange peach, that marS-aprt- Special Maeter.-, in liberal quantities by-the use ,7'X1:, :j
"American Woman" In the Lon (<
originated ID Orange county, and Is the ,
dents'pewrltlng rente, and taxes accounts paid collected for non- the trees at much less expense. The don Daily Chronicle describe the aver beat peach yet out for this section. master's Sale. of fertilizers containing not. t 1 I

etc., Correspondence solicited majority of the groves In the state are age Englishman as "a, superior being, JAMES MOTT less than 10%; actual Pot'i' ," 1

busvllle Florida. on such lands. The hammock lands of active brain, much travel, experience ORLANDO NUMEB.V .
: .
(t' Prop'1t.Winter \ I' and by virtue of a decree of fore ash. Better and more profitable "
have a dark rich soil, but are more expensive with women and a certain desire to Haven,, Fla. UNDER 'and sale leaning' out of the CltaiSI II I

NOR S. JONES, to bring under cultivation, and pI.... American menus an eooentria ,in I i Curt for Ilnrvard county.In a cause there yields are sure to follow. ''..-,:" !
depending wherein J. C. Capehart ui oomtlalnant
require less and growth, bodge podge flung together ina and N. M. Fisb a.admlnUtratoo-o4t T. Alt sheet FotaiS- k.mulls of IM.M. by actual<< *iJnkd .,.'., 'j
10ATTORN1YATLA plant-food produce a galloping money grabbing civilisation Notice FOB'Publlcation. C. Dixon deceased, et. att are defendants, p.......'" ea lh. beet ....... IB lb. Stan-.* '"I 1
!: W. superior fruit Most of the oranges will soil at pub ailbttonsa front of tae.owirt told la a fell book wMch .. poblMi ODd will sladlp 'I 1
known River not tally known to themselves She house door lI..hlhe legal hours at.- sale, mall.. .ATM to any fatal.In AaMrica..howl writ foe b. : ,
USVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA as Indian fruit are grown adds, "In America we all like our fathers Land Office at Gainesville Fla. )/ upon Ute GERMAN KAU WORKS. y:J y.i1 't.

upon hammocks. They are, however, and brothers, but we haven't any February: 18U7 fNOTICE f\ FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. A >>.1 37;. .j NauamSl.N.. York. "

of Brevard more liable to admiration for husbands' al- to the blithest and beat balder for cash tl.. fol- '
bounty: Judge County.D. go through/ transportationIn treat our Is hereby*given; that the followinu- ilnsorlbed *
lowing real estate, situated Jlrevarilcounty
bad condition account of their hough we may be fond of them in a settler has filed notice of his Intention rn
on Florida,to-wlte The north-halfa i ol the
to make Ana proof In of hi* NATIONAL
enpp'trt northeast of section 89, and the _thqll.rter .;:I
quarter ;
very tender skin. Whatever the loca- jiatronialng way. claim, .. before
L. DOD8ON, Hark ClrouitcourtatTltusyilleFla., April west of the Southeast quartet of section
1. Wen selected, It is desirable to have protection 8rd. 1807, Til, Rdwant: ,Johnston of Natnan.Vla.on (\ 110. In lownshc M, couth range M eaet.AllOwn Home-Seekers :< 1
Train* :D Homestead 22944 for the lot 6, section 1. town-
to ward off cold L described v\ '
DENTIST. and heavy winds. oraiiKe grove; aa follow- Itminded
hip 88,south reag.3T, east, and lota e,7 ands,
On lands -You. seem to. be pretty section e. townshiirgs, south 38 eaut. on the north, land sold to Mrs.A. .ntlneby REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE:
pine It Is well to have a belt of range toner
T K. DIn
: : ,and atlll belonging and
k well trained down since you got your He names the following witnesses ve hi.oontIDuou.lden"p..n. ,
Office over postoffice. timber on all sides especially on the and cultivation upon whicitThomeaekntlne. now or formerly, !
wheel, and yet I never see ;yon. riding. melded; on.the east by Indian Rt'l'lIrt! on tni I' ;,
e ldland.vlat N. N. Penny of Nathan, Flat; --
north and west. The temperature I don't have ride. It south by binds now er formerly of Mrs Annie t
Mndge- keeps E. J. Prtetorlnii,. of Canaveral! Fla.;: w. H. ,i
usvIL1.E. FLORIDA. time? of frost rarely falls as low in pinewoods me thin worrying about. the payments. Frwtorlnii of Canaveral Flap 1 lionry A.Dreier, ande Dixon now and or John P Sets known, and aa on vatant the went laiKln.by Exchanging Property for Property .A '

as in .exposed locations outside.If Indianapolis JournaL of Canaveral,Fla. J. M. BARCO,.Register. Thedee John P.
Beta record
L. GAULDEN are on
J a hammock should be selected, care Tltuevlllov Brevard'anunty, Florida. Ttiaaboy. you.. hav n and what you want. .' .\.
I Inscrlbeir. ten acreeof land Is. the I
tract where
ATTORNET-AT-LAW, should be taken that It be not too moist Deafness Cannot be Cured Notice to Creditors. Thomas 11:. Dixon formerly resided; Is one ante MALA&AR ImU. River, 'FLOKIDA.C. ,""I
111 practice In all the Courts of the State orange hou- the wesk about AW yards. and lea part of lob Sand C. CARROLL )
lorlda, and the United State. Courts. roots to be wet for any length of time. i 3y local applications, aa they cannot sake 4, section 28* township e* south,,rang 11IIeut.
will notice that the administrator of .. Real Estate Agent.
0.Box 230. TITUSYILLE FLA. Very few /growers have made a study of reach the diseased portion of the ear. said estate haasuKgested the Insolvency of the MINOR 8. JONES, '

Money to Loan. 18 the constituent elements Into There Is only one way to cure deafness, same|
.... mar >ra Special Master
Wherefore said creditors, .L all persons -n
and that Is constitutional remedIes.
the; composition of the orange tree and by laving claim axalnst said estate will be eulred The Largest and Most' ''Complete ,
) FREEMAN HALL deafness Is caused by an inflamed condition [ to appear before me,on OB before
Its fruit; and, therefore, have made of the mucous lining of the Eusacbten THE FIRST DAY OF JUNE IfWT, Establishment

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW many and serious( mistakes in fertilizing Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed and file wit* me their wild olttltne. or pavnent ,?

A. INSURANCE AGENT. theIr; groves. This Is accounted for Imperfect you hearing have a and rumbling when It'sound te entirely or will Thle be 12th barred.day of November ..AIII.MuCB 6EO. s. HACKER ,& : ; ";;j 1'

ritusville largely by the fact that a great majorityof S.Joints.
closed deafness l Ie the result and unless E.O. TTHDALL. Jnyge. THEPLANT
Kepre entlnft all the best and strong- the orange /groves In Florida are own- the; Inflammation can be taken out and Adntnlatrator. novaote.ni: 30 I II

insurance Companies. "Is preparedwrite ed by northern men', who visit them only this tube restored to Its normal condition -

lines to any amount, anywherethe once in the year, and leave them to be hearing will be destroyed forever; Notice.In '
East Coast nine cases out of ten are caused by :a- to
e oared for by disinterested parties, who tarrh; which Is nothing but an Inflamed

IOATWK BAY DADK care little for anything but to kill the I condition of the mucous surfaces. [ Court of the County Judge exercising ;
time and get the money; and many We will give one hundred dollars for Probate Jurisdiction. SYSTEM.Notice I

W.. EWAN times If funds are supplied by the owners any case of deafness (caused by catarrh) In the matter of the estate ef ClaraT. \
U. S. COMMISSIONER. that cannot be cured by IInil's Catarrh H.Eaton, deceased: "I'
Notary Public .State at of the groves for fertilizers, a part Send for free.F. .
Large. Cure. circulars day this cause. came on to be heard up I
.ands Selected; Conveyances made. only Is invested as the owner intended, J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O. THIS the report of the ConnnuisliNsar appointed :

rrospondence solicited. Address: and frequently a large part finds Its way Sold by druggists, 7So./ town of to Melbourne make sale,and of lot It appearing 4, nloolr lei M In said the to Travelers. } ; ,

Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Into the pocket of the care-taker. This property was bid In by one of the eaenutore of __ r
Office Ewan's Landing. Ae will of Clara T. H. Katnn deowuwd to-wlti I -
Is one great reason why Florida orange -by Elisabeth C. listen for the Mm of ,1.ClIIO.
Now therefore,all Interested In said [f you contemplate a trip to any point
& prt-'lImll Manufacturers of
culture has paid no better. It has not HODGES GODFREY estate are hereby required to appear tn this ,
EORGE w. ALLEN North East West to Florida
court the I or any
; generally been carried on upon business upon ,
principles .Too much expense has been Manufacturers of FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL. A D 18UT, point, for reliable information, through Doors Sash
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and show cause,If any they can, why aid sale
made for too small returns. Of course, should not lie confirmed. rate and most convenient schedules,
Yellow Pine Lumber It Is further directed that tills order be published
y West, t Florida. the severe freezes of 1894-05/ caused the In the INDIAN RIVBK AOVOOATB: one s write to the undersigned! who will Moulding and Building.
best! of to suffer losses week for four successive weeks. -
Vill practloe In the United States growers heavy BOUGH Done and ordered at the Probate oftloe. at answer all letters promptly and give Office and Warerooms flng,
1 State Courts. / yet It was very noticeable that those DBKBSED Tltnsvllle Florida, this mil day of February
groves which had been fertilized and Orange Box Head, A B 189/. MINOR B. JONES you any necessary Information. Cannon Street,

cared for beat; came out in the best con- :Fruit A Vegetable rate-. marS-apr County Judge The Routos offered via. the Plant!
Charleston S. C.
\ F. H. HOUGHTON, dition. From analysis It has been shown Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron System the equipment and excellent ,
through bill of tailing. Anyone onntomplat-
that the following elements enter Into Infr building on tbe East! Coast would do well to Notice For Publication. service, are unsurpassed by any Hue
write for prlcee. The Hawmlll situated on the Sash Cord
.- DENTIST. the composition( of the'orange tree, and J.,T.& K. W. Jty..9 miles south of Falatka. Through Sleepers are operated on 'aU Weights, :

ytona, Florida. is represented by the following figures ;: Satsuma Bights,Putnam. co.,Fla. Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. )1 trains of this System, insuring Luxury, 11

Potash In root. Stem Leaves Fruit Seed February n, 180?. ) Comfort and every convenience t Har4ware..
15.IW 11.09 10.BI 36.41: 40.29
Lime.........40.811 53.13 B0.38! M.IM 18.W1 Special[ Master's Sale. li hereby given that the following- Address "
O. FRIES, C. E. Joda.......... 4.20 3.07 10.69 11.43 O.M NOTICE, settler fitu. sled notice of his Inlentlon Window and Fancy :
Mngnata..o8.91 6.841.71 S.OB 8.74 4 to make final proof In support of his R. L. TODD $
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Oxide of Iron.. 1.02 0.07 0.03 0.46 O.KO a final decree of foreclosure and sale claim and that said proof will be made before
Sulp Acid..... 6.78 4.64 4.43 3.741.10 UNDER) March land IHirT by the Hon. Clerk Circuit court atTltuevllleFlacon April Dlv. ra .. Agt., A SPECIALTY. ,;
SiliClO Acid..',11.70 1.23' 4.M3 0.44 1.13 John D. Proomo,Judge of the 7th Judlolal aril, 18 T,vizi Henry'A.. i reler, of Canaveral. ,
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. 1'hoe chl..U.41? *\1.08 S.'Jfl 11.07 88.4:$ Circuit Flo.lda.ittlng In Chancery for the Fla., Homestead 1M174, for this lot 4, section :ml or C IL HOWARD, City Pass. Agt
Chlor Sodium. 1.18 0.9S 6.U6 3.87 2.01 County of Lake In a certain cause before him west-half of southwest quarter section !:1 I4. Choice
pplng neatly done. Estimates for The above shows that potash and pending wherein William McCabe H complain northwest quarter of northwest quarter suction Jacksonville, Fla.ROYALDTANSY '
ant and J. W. Northrup. sheriff of Lake \:,south range: 87 east. w Wines ;
kinds of engineering' works. Dieted bone should be abundantly suppliedand county and ex-outdo administrator of the estate 2lliitownlhlP following witnesses to prove hi* .
Wm. Lee deceased and the continuous residence and cultivation of. "
of Apthorp upon and >
lines a specialty. In the best forms. We think it is heirs of Bald Apthorp are defendants the undersigned aid land, vlst Henry wllnon of Canaveral: '
at present conceded by the best growers I, an Special Mauler In Chancery, will. Fla.I Arthur Franklin of Canaveral Fla.t K.: ..1Pmttorlus Guaranteed ::
BASTIAN, > Brevard Co., :FLORIDA during the legal hours 01 sale,one ,of Canaveral, Fla.I W. II. 1'iwtorlus,
and those who have made a study of It MONDAY MAY 3rd 1807, of Canaveral. Fla. J. M. BARCO Register.WANTED :PILLS Sold at : fl r

for 15 to 20 years, that the beat formula at the front door of the court house at Tavares cwnisovvEHir.' : vrnvtmrmiM.A .
anteCi..A.: an.: Is Lake county Florida offer for sale for cash .t r B.w,reliable i.,.re .c Iur......
i for a fertilizer for .an average grove public auction the lands described In hid decree FAITHFUL MEN OR ,5.... iMMd.. ..-nabs. .. Imported
n every section at once to sell staples one containing about 3 to 4 cent of ,or ae much thereof ae may he necessary to m.a.hiratonr 1k,,used qenrbtie05 Tokay Win.
per .
to dealers satisfy said decree, which are an follows I to travel for responsible 1"1.1..._tor :"'; Us.wan.
best; no peddling side line.; experience$75.00 ammonia, 5 to 7 available phosphoric Lot 13 of soctlan 211; Iota 3, 8,5504 18 of see .established house In Florida. Salary 5 =.. :rt.1.: .Isisolio .m./ from iMIak'V f
: a
necessary; of section 31), all In .tl-r
tlon Z7 and lot S township .
nth. Salary and expenses or large acid and 10 to 12 actual potash, the ammonIa 21, south; of range 26 east containing 2H0.2M acnemore $780 I and pennon. Position perman- _.- __M for.rapaerMula wrapper mp.g5,141EAGAaaYeIA asses = t. John B. Togni :
ramlssion made. Address, with 2 cent derived from sulphate of ammonIa or lens. J ...:.11'lot and north-half of lots i a ent. Reference. Enclose elf-aadresed"' IIIeIN. : .
Uk1. .
and 8, being northeast quarter of southwestquarter The Star W. Nt
: stamped envelope. National :
for sealed Saloon East Bay
Clifton Metropolitan
mp particulars, Soap the phosphoric acid from bone and northwest quarter of southeast ,
d Manufacturing Company, Clncin- quarter of section 13 j and north-half of south Insurance Bldg., Chicago Sold by J. B. Screven! only. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. ,
and the potash from high grade sulphateof '
tI, Ohio. Welt quarter of section 24, all In township %| .
potash and it is desirable to apply It south of range 211 emit, and containing islet Wholesale and Hetall..... 'I
acres,more or IBM; also lot lrf>f section 33, In .
In December or January, using 10 to 12! township 18,/south of range 26 eat. and northwest '
Why win you buy bitter nauseating quarter of northeast quarter,of section 18, '
lies when Grove's Tasteless Chill pounds per tree. borne perfer using It In township, south of range :27 seat containing WEAK MEN MADE i
the second 66.HO acres, more or lese i all the foregoing Southern 1p1.
rein Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.ur In two applications, making lands situated In Lake county! Florida .
druggist Is authorized to refunde in May or June. Some of the finest and Also lot 1 and north-half or lot 2,of section 20. :

money In every case where It falls to most profitable groves In the state have In ing township fln.83 acres 12,,and south situated of range In 20 I'utuam eat, contain county. rt 1F QIa '
re. Price DO 23-10-07 Railway.
cents. been treated with the foregoing formula Florida. f ',
Also the eat fractional part of lot 8, In desLion
applied twice in the year, In June and 3 In township 30, south of IJIj eatcontaining + oaY. uwDA1:
ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR 27.Manress and the east. fractional OM/ .
/ ROOTLruiucAN
V women to travel for responsible. December. Many for bearing trees prefer part of lot I, In section, 14, In township ao, south ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST What PEFFER'SNERViaOR :

abllsbed house In Florida. Salary to use high grade fertilizers In October of tracts range'la.t 38 mentioned east, oontilnlng situated 2a acmi In Jlrevard both olli.r.U seta r sfl.pcinrraTl Tonnir I*ai.n and mgaln|uI.TiTr.Jnrt Cam w

80 and expenses. Position permanent. or November and claim good re county Florida' *UODGE DRAWING xoox CAM, Dnraro OAJUITHOBOtrOHTAUX m.nr.oov.r 1auUUUnnnltal.lsf. Ak seta tr
ference. Enclose self-addressee Terms cub. Purchaser to pay for titles.J. aiat..4 .(Diir*M.rv ai.MM, ] es / t
The high grade sulphate of pot VMTIBUUSD TBAZVfl. 1 .
roped envelope. The National, Star fruit with .Itb.r.... aIIIhSS .
ash produces fine-appearing Special Master l>i Chancery HM.. e .1.d. iiJ .Dueser MO. ;
uranc\Bldg., Chicago. Jan29,97What thin smooth, well ,colored, tough and Arthur f.Odlla, Doatlsd wa IN pea.ewo a l.esnle h nd :t$

stand Solicitor for Complainant. aprt30fa EAST AID WEST. .a..a i l.k. n ai, lo.
leathery skin, which causes to NORTH fag I cL tt \
do you need In the way of o.rr ill
C. vssa
S o pre
ivelopes, note and letter heads, bill transportation. well, and the pulp Is THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE EA.T. r..1 per box, 01 w !

lads, statements, tags, cards etc ? juicy and good flavored. Any fertilizer : Master's Sale. Limited r11M. YsrMtee .r v,:

e shall be glad to have a share of your containing chlorine should be avoided New York and Florida :' "

ork. and by virtue of a decree of fore- Washington and Southwestern Limited, Sold by J. D. Boreveo only.
be ,
to fi.
In the orange grove, as seems UNDER, and tale Issuing out of the Circuit
for Brevard In a cause there And the United States Fast MaiL
to both trees and fruit. If the Court county ,
The'Walton Rapid Calking Machine, injurious .
pending, wherein Heorge I> Bale la the complainant
x one, $5: : No. two, 910; No. three, $litasville : ammonia Is derived from, fish-scrap, and James T. Bandore and others are J'AClB01fVILLJ: TO W AIH GTOI'. : \ '
onT n BOU'U
Fla.We defendant I will sell at public auction in frontof aiT.mao :
I. or anything of that nature, It TO .BY TOKE.leU
tankage tbe ooort bones door at Titnsvllle daring OILY 11 HOURS lJ.OUOnILLJ .
Is liable to produce a coarse, 'rough and the legal boon of sale,upon the first Monday inMay. of Lteet Irapl'OYecI Panma. ai-pt. dare... ..... DIa I1;
have just received another sup- .iMff, to the blithest and best bidder for YI8tl1lslecl Trains eouapesed ..
yof very fine grades of tobacco seed, tender skin, frequently scabby and discolored cash, tbe following of deecribe real estate of situated Bre-- lag Cur'roa Pbilmi.lrkI.b wttboat' $ebeo.w leek and W..I.I.IM1Mmo.tY.is.L: ; ,
In the town Tltuavlllev County
bleb will be given away to any person In spots and a pulp of Inferior yard to-wit t "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." : :it''

ho will plant It on-the East Coast. Call We think it an erroneous Lot eight(81 of block 11,according to the map .a
send .tamp ed-addreaeed envelope for flavor. of J. FrancU Le Karon! together with the n I no- SeMteettmledTralu JaaksocsvUtetoCsaelMaalvi* 11:........AllaaMaodCkOILT .......
practice though extensively followed to room dwelling DOOM upon said lot, and all the >
me to the ADVOCATE: office. finprovemenH,fen_,out-howwe, pumps etc, 3ft HOUBS J10K80IVTLLE TO OIHOIHHATL w. NA. :
plow In fertilizers. We prefer to plow thereon. Bald lot le on the.nrtheaat. corner of OILY 25 HOUE3 JAOISOIVILLB TO LOUISVILLE.S :. 0..0', '
and Booth Streets having: a frontaee of !
C. first then apply the fertilizerand Palm .
shallow FAUbaLiBrard
street by lu feet on Palm OHWAOO- OLaYSL41fD.cUfDLU'4J'OLUI. a.o.T
es feet South _lilT" |
on "" ... ..... :
work It in with an Acme or Cutaway *"""*. .... W. _'s -- .... W.1.TEROUGE wOebIy= wola.Unue. :

harrow. Many of the best; growers are D. L. OAULDEX, JAOZSOVTILLS TO ST. LOUIS.WltkMit Of; P",= J t_b1." ':;' :
Jpr.z.30 Special Master. : OAKS r:"....__ w. ...... a W.. I__ ... ,'
at; present following that plan, believingthat .......rte .........AttMita,........... a.4 Holly.***&. "- __ __ II... I

Leading dealers the plant-food from soluble fertilizers ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS.P.ABHEVesIL i lb.801ENTIFIO. 4

everywhere sellFERRY'S will find Its way down to the roots.If a' Bolly ftw _".,. trtt1l .ii 011I'. ..AMERtIICq,
E tI.-.fn. ( ..YUte wW .....I'.IF m.Nr.te0. .. :!)I'I
plowed under much of it, especially btu ROUTEb uaiS, .......we. lbreegh lie ad.NUeks. .._if._Pen :
,i u j. s,.._ ......._ \
SEEDS In time of frequent rains, will find Its TI.MIILS "LAND OF THE S CY.m Coon oat If At f urn nest free A...itr.M ,

below the roots and be useless. MUNN 'A
iJuah Ittik.I_of the. abet Lad gtsu4 way BwA55 v ---- ... .. !et Br..... M.w'l.'Y.WatitedAn .
.. .y.
awakIng .... Sa.df.l..1 4-- .
....da.1.ek.ewoq.ale.rk.a. Some of the most; thoughtful are ..ke.......w-- 1. M I '
.... ..% ..
to full of '" -.r..to.--&uI.y w w- +
ore Lbr..e.da rtlSY-S SCIMslwne to the Idea that; It Is the part; of econ-
tk "= *:4.BOS wo*** lsa a1 Day I..isS. daOORTU1 Ila.II .
needed Yle.tda ragg, yk
= ammonia Is t113YLN
I ntMtttuM.S 4 Aemaal fMS. omy to furnish what L A. Idea SriMIak ,
0.M.PIRRY a 00., to be plowed In and TEl & OUJ.I'e L'L TpU NtMgtL L >.. B.mnrICJr. i ir :
o.aolto .Iott. In some green crop Mme'C 'Ica "'.fe a e ., : a ,
are using cow-peas with good result* a. V.Lleg ftJa 4 :.. rt *

In some cases crabgrass and beggar-weed -.- .... ."... _.. 'It ., -- agawl \: :: 1(1.r' .(i il ir



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1\11' 1 .rdfj INDIAN BIVER ADQOCATL, APRIL 2, 1897. i.

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has been intelligently undertaken, CRATES
j, :{ -+ indicate that it Is destined to become
'\ one of the'staple crops of the ai Lowest Prices, Write
;l bwnasr. : ;ooa.Ati OBVOTEO TOo Taa navRLl state. Experiment has proved that For Best for(
Florida ia adapted
the sail of TOMATO .
j '.j' WOBTH the production of the finest cigar ORANGE BOXES, ,
l'F H: WALTOK, Editor t Proprietor. tobacco; that outside of Its.native Shoes Jats Underwear LETTUCE BASKETS, PINEAPPLE CRATES.

habitat, the Vuelta Abajo district Also Tomato Wraps, Egg Plant. Wraps, Crate Nails, Ton

+I Check,etc.may t>. mad payable to CniiitM in Cuba, there is no other locality F. PADDISON, Eau Gl\llIol1a.
M.WAi.TOJt,publisher'and proprietor. where it can be so successfullygrown Stock on the East Coast. ,
Florida. Biggest
rf-- ------- as in Southern __ _
From the Tampa Tiodes we learn
l THE Bushman, or low grade that the Cuban Tobacco Growers' w. B.. ;DAWSON
Hottentots, on the plains of South which was organized as ,,

Africa, have a language which has company recently as November, 1895"with a rv II Wholesale and RetailLIPR

been proved by Gamier to be a : limited cash capital! not exceeding % '

elose approximation to, that of the I $50,000, has today sold its product .

r higher apes. It consists of sounds.hissIng for $138,000, a rate of f 1.50 per Ill h s WINE & NT

,,, clicking and grunting pound for, all the tobacco it has 'j" :
obstacle in the .
v' raised. The chief :
, LETus have arbitration, and been 'way, of the rapid growth of the In. \'\ :: !

friendly terms with Great TrtIn \ dustry, ia. the general ignorance i 19 West Bay St., 'Jacksonville, Fla.J,
,\ -an empire, having an area of that exists as to the correct methods -. Domestic Wines
t t 11,000,000) square tulles' and '350 of cultivating and curing the Fine old Liquors, Imported and HaYan

,a 000,000 of population. This would leaf To mitigate this drawback, ,, }

eem to be a very desirable object, it was decided, at a recent meeting Mexican and Florida Cigars.
1 when 'it I. exceedingly \
\ especially of the Florida Tobacco Growers'association
well.managed, and one sub FANOY cuc jji RIr
;. prosperous to form -organiza. TINE .
,of best customer ,.wbo are ableto counties and '
our whatever Lions in the different 1ft WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good.(
buy and pay for we them literatureon
distribute through Your Jug Trade Solicited.
it application. .
have: to sell. The more prosperous these subjects,. which should rur Price List upon must first-class : '
give city referencj
If wish to open\ an you
Britain is, the more can you
I Great serve as an impetus to its more -
afford to buy of our cotton, oranges general cultivation. Tobacco culture =
grain, iron, f It is Grave Mistake -
pineapples, bat many points in its favor; a
manufactures, etc.,' >and to keep it is.less liable to "failure than most '

, 'kicking' against our best cue crops ; It will grow in any soil with TO 'BUY YOUR GOODS. & Summer Goo&

: tomer is not wise policy, to say tie but little fertilizer; as soon as it DRESS . Spring.

I least of it. 'Let us have arbitration itf ready for sale, it is equivalentto

and become more closely hard cash ; as to a market the

I I identified with each other. tobacco buyer is right at band Without First Sending to To Storekeepers Only :.-. . ..
when the tobacco ia grown, mid the -

\\,1",,,f I THE TARIFF-ON PINE PPLES. larger section the the amount more easy produced the sale.in any The Surprise Store We now 'have a Complete .Stock ,of the aboVe-naaed!

: The principal necessities r
v't\ The action of the framers of the
in this industryare Gocds at Low Prices.
, Dlngley bill la reducing the ,proposed to success ,

f' -protective tariff on pine. first, a co-operative arrangement Mosquito Nets, on frames and'In the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly 'nottinj,
apples has called forth a vigorous whereby -those. who wish to ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes for Suite; Straw hats; ,Wash" Cottonades; Summer
II and well-merited protest from our experiment might engage an ex.pertitobacco Lawn ; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, eto. We keeP everything,usually li t
for why should grower and curer to demand; are prompt in shipments, and. aim to give.. best value for the money,,
," \ 'pineapple the southern growers producers of that give them all the Information FOR SAMPLES Of the many Liberal dealings our motto. f

q, \ succulent fruit suffer, that the needed as to the culture and cur- BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

"I'. northern be benefited ? Ing of the weed ; second, curingslwjda Jacksonville, Fli|
canners may 32, 34'& 36 W. Bay St.
f' The low duty that Is now proposed or barns, conveniently situ. NEW AND' STYLISH GOODS

will enable,West Indian pineapple ated, which could be used by every

,,/ growers to furnish the northern grower, within a ,certain radius; JAMES PIUTCHABD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;
markets with the fruit at less cost th\rd, thorough organization, and SHOWN THERE. C. S. Schuyler- Cashier.
of the
could Intelligent application
t than the Florida grower possibly
do with the present high knowledge obtained from the ex :., :: '
l' r. he has to hence pert, who shall have charge of the .: State INDIAN. RIVER STATE ]
I I, freight rates pay, section It: is the Largest as well as the most Up to-Date Store in the and an )

j( the reduction would be a most unfair Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the day received.'Proprietor '
discrimination against the We have the climate and soil to (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.) j

I ;): home producer. Reduce the duty grow the soothing weed. What we J. '-liT. ESrrES, Authorized capital, $100,000
! ''t 1 .. 'and not only the grower, but the want now ia the knowledge of of the Store Paid capital, $25,000
,.) up
: Industry itself will suffer, for It is tdtdo it, and when this Is once .. r-\N
Average deposits, $160,000
,";':". .,' yet in its infancy, and like, all gained the output of the Florida ST. AUGUSTINE, 'FLA "
other ad\lelcent.lndu8tr.le, it needs tobacco crop will add considerablyto
"r: I protection until such time as it the agricultural resources ot Transacts t a General Hankin> !

gains suflfclent strength to, get the state. We have some ftneVu'elta that foreign fruit bad been essential. session of legislature, a bill enacting a Business.
"''l''' along unaided. Abajo and Sumatra seed to excluded. But In the process of exclusion special or local option law fixing the I -'
f give away to any one who will callor the Florida grower was rapidly! time for hunting deer in this county; ; Rim
i aend a stamped.addressed envelope Approaching a stage of bankruptcy.; also a bill enacting a special or local I Largest and Oldest Bank on.tht
This will be the history of the pineapple option road law for Brevard county. CountrlaDIRECTORS'
ORANGE CROP. Exchange sold on all Foreign
6, I same. business, if the growers are required to R. A. HARDEE.u. -
Mi' live under a high-tariff administration,

i'i';??;n We are constantly, in 'receipt of THE DUTY ON PINEAPPLES but their own industry is unjustly. dls. S. Department of Agriculture : KrrPre\ .liln, ':
northern friends whore criminated against.; l1e),J BDDBKBB
f .. letters from A conservative estimate of the Florida Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. (Vice-President National Bank
t,f, wont to spend .the winter in The proposed amendments to the crop for the present season, including; -. Jacksonville), and W. M. Knows.
' Florida, stating that had it not Ways and Means Committee's tariff bill, the \ is 150,000 barrel orates, 300,000standard The following is a comparative state CORBBSPONDEIITS.Seaboard .
.I' been for the freeze, and the consequent which provides for 6 cents a cubic foot, crates. This large output 1 Is ment of temperature and rainfall for the National Bank of New York "piNatlon.1 <
::i destruction of the or tft per 1,01)0) In bulk, on pineapples, placed on the market la a period of two week ending Tuesday, Mar. 30, 1807. Bank of JaoksoDville.
orange would essentially be the same duty that' or three months. The natural Increase -1807- _18 C-.
, : trees, they would have paid their 20 cent ad valorem. is CO cent:: Tlri'17LVILLE'FLA.
;} now prevails- per from year to year per ATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN .
'I h.I usual visit to the sunny south. As a source from which to ralso the If this business can remain in a prosperous 24 811 0S 74 64 -
'i i : These friends little know the recuperative largely Increased revenue wanted by the condition, the increase will be 25 63 57 74 65 v
:' of our genial climate present administration' Is a failure; much more rapid, and there will not bea 28 77 51 70 58
:11 powers from the protective point of view It dearth of the fruit during Its season In 27 74 49 78 61 MIAMI -
;;, ::: ) ; had they been here this would equally prove a failure. It is not any of the markets of our country 28 77 67 77 H7 '. .
: ;a. spring they would have seen the In accord with the spirit of the bill, though all foreign fruit; should be entirely 29 74 66 77 70 .
t > trees loaded with bloom; and.bear which places a tax of 3 cents on each excluded. But the grower doe 30 78 71 79 70

:. Ito f'\? ing'promise of a fine and bountiful cabbage Imported, 91.20 on a barrel of not wish fur this wholesale exclusion Total rainfall for the week: 0:03: inches
onions, and 10 cents per dozen on steel only that such a tax be placed as wll Departure from normal rainfall for, the Town I
i 11% 'r' crop. It is even probable that pens. result In preventing our markets from Lots Now on Sale
"' : minus 0.48 inches. Departurefrom
will be made in the
; ... more money The Florida pineapple grower pays being made the dumping ground of ship normal rainfall since January I
\Ij 1 ,aggregate from the' orange crop $1.25.! per day for his labor; his foreign loads of Inferior product, which yearly!; plus 8.79\ ,
::1 I 3 the coming season, than was real. competitor 90 cents. The former pays glut the markets when our own fruit Is Inches.J. W. CRONK, Observer. '
: $1.60 per orate to get his fruit to the going forward. A..E General For
\ : ized the year before the freeze, market; his foreign neighbor pats his T. V. MOOKK. KINGSLEY Agent
r. owing to the price our oranges will fruit! Into our markets for one-third of Jensen, March 27, ',07. WANTED 'FAITHFUL MEN OR ,
! ,; command. Florida oranges are M this coat. From $20 to$40 per acre for to travel for responsible Mrs. Tuttle.
i I Julia
'Jar ahead of all competitors for fertilizer Is required here, as against PLEADING FOR OUR PINBAPPLE established house in Florida. Salary
: l.'r' nothing, comparatively speaking, on the $780( and expenses. Position permanent. .
,t ;dlavor. Juiciness and fine quality, other side. Six cents.a cubic foot, or 80 GROWER Reference. Enclose self-addressed
'/' that if they are at all obtainable cents a barrel, will not go far toward In the House of representatives at stamped, envelope. The National, Star CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn
ii J.' rthey will bring a ready sale, and wiping out the difference and placingour Washington, on Tuesday, Mr. Robt. W. Insurance Bldg., Chicago.
I"kt. rthe thinning out of many groves people on an equal footing with Davis, of Palatka, submitted an argument all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
their who have the against lowering duty on pineapples -
competitors largely
1? ; fwill dispel all fear of a glut in the advantage otherwise. from two cents each to $0 per Fruit and Vegetable Lands
1"i: market, for years to come. The This Is the only protection that the thousand; but on the other hand Mr. J. S. JOHNSON CO. on
ri'' ,j." consumer has learned from the absence Florida growers ask for the business Mahony contended that pineapples were Miami: River mid Bay lOi&GCiyne.By .
from the market of FloridaJ that they are engaged in, that they shall one of the luxuries within the reach of -.M..ulMAN". of _
not be required to run the race so badly the poor, and should not be Increased in Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

fruit Its excellence and superiorityover handicapped at the start; that the products price for the benefit of a few growers.A ....Fishing Supplies.... Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDLTHE
all others, and when it is they sell shall be taxed In the later account from Washington says ,
f again placed on the market it will same ,ratio as those which they must that the new tariff bill has been passed, -
b command a ready sale at remunerative buy. and carries the duties originally fixed by -
Those who instead In passing It may be stated that "::1 the Committee on Ways and Means on t "
prices. cents a pound as was printed in the all citrus fruits, despite the protests of
8 t of bemoaning their fate and giving committee's bill reported to the .House the Florida members and growers.
1 j way to despair when they saw was a ty graphioal error. It should The reduction on pineapples to six Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope,
,!, ',. their labor of many years cut down have read "::1 cents apiece." And this, cents per cubic foot, or $6 per 1,000 in Corks Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing
: by nature's hand in a single night or something very near It, should be allowed bulk, was adopted.Do I Tackle of every Description; Hooks,
to stand to be In line with other Lines, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, etc.
., went to .work with a will to reausait schedules of the bill.
you want to buy Cotton Seed Meal? tF- TARPON TACKLE A SPECIALTY.
i Me their damaged groves, will The Importers and Baltimore canners I If so, got prices and buy from Little
\ next year begin to reap a flne reward of pineapples will undoubtedly act from Bros. P. A: 1'. Co. Jacksonville, Flo. Baltimore Md.
\I'I! for the faith they showed ia selMntereiit, and use every effort In their
power to defeat the proposition to increase
their state and climate. the tax. Among: other claims Special Notice. New York

t .,1Ii"( From every section of the country which they unqualifiedly make, It is The undersigned! -hereby gives notice Dental Parlors.
come reports of the revival of stated that the.'Florida pine is not at that he will introduce, at the coming BEST
all euitsblefor canning purposes;" that LIQUORS for the Least Money.Sollolted.
that to be dead -- -
. trees were thought the foreign) pine does not interfere with --- ---------- -- ,
i and the amount of blossom( every. the Florida pine, since the latter sells EitablUhMl ISM. -
'; where Ie unprecedented. A conservative for anywhere from IS cents to $1 each; I J-u.s Trad.e -
l estimate places tbl.Jear's that the total output of the state does L. BARBOT & CO.
Rye and Com per gal.. ...$ 4M .......... 0.00
not exceed .
crop at about 400,000 boxes, 23,000 orates.If Tu...& HOU, '(Gln ...... ..,.. }lMuf up Ironnols CalftoroU Rye Nftnei.per pU Catawba. Port"
there Is an objection to the Flori.tapine Conao, BlMkberr"l>ii
'. which I. a flneshowing, for an In. for Canning purpo ea, It can beonly General Commission, Permanently Located. Sioux' Apple I Brandl..,...",.... .K'..and..... 1.150 up Bottled Sherry_Claret r.per and dos.DseJlca.................. 1.00 I.: :nP up
dustry that but two short yearlago'wa. ,, because good fruit ia not wanted. Nearly opposite State Bank of Florida. / L1 roweRye! per gal..'...'''.'... SRI.: Imp.Sberrl... per gsl.< ..,...... ...00 to SAeiolden
Nor will these canners be called :31).9 d ... ... Imp.OportoPort. Pergal.....,. uo to 60
popularly supposed to be on to ( At No. 11 East Bay Street. ShawueeR7eper KI ......... 11.00' .a.ooto
ci.5? c
practically defunct. figures pay a third given of as the the smallest price for of which the above the i3 l-K 'ALL OPERATIONS GDARAHTEED.Priam and Fine upwards.imported Send and Key Welt cigars! and tobaccos. Cigars $1.60 peed

fruit sells If wish to i money with all ord ". All lugs 1Go. per gal.
they buy good fruit d a-Po. will b* a. follow Will mail list boxed
on All
TOBACCO with which to nil their cans. noldrillin] ... ..... ... ... when de tri'without PPHoaUon. orders will be
\1 :THE INDUSTRY. CQ 1.OORap extra *
A* to Florida's Inability to supply the Other rminge..... .., .. .._;..... .M) charge. Send for price list.
I _______ demand, the same statement wai made 329 & 331 Poydras St.. P1ate8............................... '..000 to 10.110 1.00 J. H. MARTIN St.
.,. : 34 sit QQ W. Bay ,
with reference to the ran Beta(very bee ) .... ........, l2..OO to 15.00
The growth of the tobacco In. orange In the early -
,. 41dqstiy .la recent years, and the steps of the business, and yet when the NEW ORLEANS LA. HT"Irregularities You/ corrected. C JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA...
freeze <<
.amceeu.faet with where ate culture business of had two years attained ago such came proportions the orange RzmLNCxs: ( Mttfo Banlr.oUtaa Bank. F. A. HESLKT, D.D.S. Manager.. aDd Jobber wine trade of all kinds of Liquors;"lass: IIIId-Beer known,. to the IpJri&
r ComIDercial..Dd... Phone 671. Jackaomvllie, Fla: v

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A Thos.good Johnson rain LaGrange.Is what-we need worst M X .FF i R T 1 LIZ E R S. :(. t

jr., has his young o.
grove all budled.

J. S. Coats and son have t\Rock- .
0 edge for a couple 9f weeks.gone .SPECIAL PRICES ,
All the groves are looking fine, and ,
some have quite a crop of fruit on them.

We were pleased to see Mr. Wesley i; -TO-r ;
Joyner In our neighborhood Sunday, H[ ] : 114:

riding Miss his Florence race horse.Norwood has returned j: ..Flrl.eewpp'le: Q@@ G-ro-w-ers:_ j ,J

home to : ,.\\I.
Titusville after an extended Jiii
stay with Rev. and Mrs. Chaudoin. Pinocipplo: +3701-tlllasors; : : riI ,1 l11
--_ : Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to ; ;"
Compounded with chemicals suitable for the plant 1 and has been .;

OWDER Banyan. thoroughly\ tested with excellent results. us for prices, and we will prove to you we can save you money !
I ;

leavening Beans are still being shipped from here : 4 Ammonia. ,. . .. . .. . ....G to 6 per cent. BLOOD AND BONE ACID PHOSPHATE,

ihfulnem.I for its Annurei great the food strength against in small) quantities. hiH i i Phos. Acid ... .. .. ..... .. .. .. .0 to 7 per .... DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA "

fall forms of adulteration common to Fish are more plentiful than for a 1 Potash. ... .. .. .,. .. .. .. ,. .4 to 6 percent. i',
\brands. long time past. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, i ,
BAKING POWDER CO..;New York F : :Zx: >loo 0OQ.OO per ton.Special 4 [E-t ";1''(
The ADVOCATE Is getting more popu- : Prices In Quantities.TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES 'r::'

lar you than should ever subscribe along the for East it. Coast, and B3T": Special Mixtures compounded with. machinery at very low COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTAS IES. ):/
0 \
Rockledge. I\r
I prices.
There were Episcopal services in the ".j'.j'I
Banyan schoolhouse last Friday. Bishop 1

L. Griffith, of Providence R. Gray delivered an Interesting sermon.- i Please Correspond -with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for :i
I here on Tuesday, to.remain. a There was a dance at the home of W. Pi'
| two. W. Otwell last /Saturday evening, which hi Pamphlet. .>|> '

edge; Is 'now looking In all Its was largely attended and greatly en-
qd the tourists who are still ar- Joyed. Brantley Banyan Lotus Pineda I LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .

lare delighted. with our beautifulwn. and Bovine were well represented.Your J1I.

correspondent saddled Old Beck '
r' ,Tackaonville z-'J.or:1d.a.
Ire st present having delightful last Friday morning {or business trip j
r on Indian River, and those who up Merrltts Island as far as Courtenay. -- "
After visiting all the shippers in Brant- .
bne north
so early are certainly '
ley and Lotus looking over their groves for this year. Mrs. Eunice Eau '
jit.Is Gallie. :
and thrifty vegetable gardens and add- spending a few days with her G. G. SPRINGER
Plaza and the New Rockledge ing a little to their already good stock of Mrs. R. A. Hardee. .
(open and have a goodly number "brass" we put the to Old Beck ,
spur Travis of 'cm In town '
Vs, many of whom. are making and rode a few miles through an Work has been commenced .
unbroken '
blies of fish.lumber body of flue hammock land until street running from the depot : :4
Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of --- ,
we reached the beautiful home of our river. This Is a long-needed F. O. Williams, of TItusv'lle' i
for Mr. Douglass' newe ment, and will Improve the r.Distilled r.
old friend Dr. Wlttfeld. After friends here this week. ,
has been arriving this week, a pleas- ;
the town from the
ove gentleman recently purchased ant chat'with the Doctor and lookingover depot. Merrill has shipped over 700
'. A. Hardee'a fine orange grove. a portion of his grove and garden Miss Ruth Foster entertained beans so far this season, from IC E: AND: ;
we wended our way north to the thriving friends on her birthday March at'Troplo. ,
G. S. Singleton recently sold a Village of Georglana.; There we found giving a, tea party. After ,
Aiding] lot to Mr. W. E. Snyder of many beautiful homes orange groves pleasant afternoon with Ruth the has 0-month old orange tree I
j, who will erect a winter homo and vegetable gardens. Messrs. Hlscock folks wended their way homeward, place In full bearing there being }
There are many fruit trees on Hall, Hughes Owen, Hainlin and Davis but happy. oranges on It. Waiter '

[uable lot. are the principal vegetable growers at report that John B. Smith z

J. White, of White's Cottage that place. From there we had a lonely If you need any Job his Tropic put ce, proves to be
en going around of late with a ride of six or eight miles partly throughthe shall be pleased to get a share of It.Courtenay. foundation. Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers :
[twinkle in his eye. For manye woods, there being no road visible. SpartanNcarried t '\
The next place of note was Men-lit a num-
| has not had so successful a sea- ;.\
where wesaw more fine passengers; to Melbourne last FACTORIES...... }
this young groves
open until one. the White's lilt of Cottage June. will and lovely winter homes.. By this timeIt evening to attend the concert. Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
was getting late in the afternoon and ---- Cardeza and party came down
I pink paper1 (the ADVOCATE) has the old mule began to fag but with the Farmer dymmes made a by water Tuesday their __
uch sought after at this winter aid of a good hickory and the spur we to Cocoa on Friday! last. car being sent down to meet
this season, and it was a surprisey managed to urge her on to Courtonay.
to see how popular it was. A Here we accepted an invitation to spend Rain Is very badly needed SEEDSGARDEN and FIELD --SEEDS.!
Dumber of pink papers were sold the night at the hospitable home of F. everything is Retting dry again. for the new Episcopal church 1

ndJyour correspondent was told P. Harper: Next morning feeling much Richard LaRoche transacted are being submitted to respon '''' j!. ,
ke Plaza's (Mr. A. H. better after a good visited and work will be com-
guests night's rest we \
in Cocoa last .
Wednesday. Valentine Muskmelon,
Bwtni and Rafuina, ':I.oo..r bin. I mo per lb.
[of Cincinnati) sent about three many nice orange groves and vege- as soon as the contract Is Wax Varieties B.K4: Turnip. .< <. Sflo. ,
M copies of the ADVOCATE to his table gardens which were all) la a flour Supt. J. H. Sams and J. R.. Squash. 4110, per lb. Pearl Mllllt lee I/ lair In,frt.paid Wo. per Ib '" I

j this season. Mr, Smith is aright ishing condition. The most beautiful visited Canaveral last Thursday Wild Kttchell of the Spartan, l'ea Cucumber,American, Wonder. . '...1.(INI m.) J per" bus" Vimltft Abajo, .TobllOooela. elal,per IroportadHtnok ua.,'IO per lb. '"
[man, who always knows a good sight was the pinery of M. S. Same who Friday.R. Jacksonville Monday to appear other early varieties, 8.011" Tobaoon,Fla,frown, l-ye"r Wki.OH., 5.no .' .
ben he sees it. This is the kind of has one and a half acres in the different C. Creech of the Civil Service Board to stand Corn,Hold all varieties ,. J.IUI" Biiniatra TuliaiHHv. ... TBo/ per o..,T.BO/, "
Banyan, l' Buirar,all varieties, 1.1M: ManuCg Leaf TobMOo,too per oa.,4.00 It "
bat helps hotels and advertisersNo varieties. of pines many of which are Olivet Bros., of New York was ,as engineer in the U. S. Watermelon, 40o. per lb.
wonder the pink paper is shoulder high. Your scribe has seen burg a part of last Friday and :!' ,
> be one of the best,advertising about all the pineapple farms on Indian ar' Send for price Hit to
as on the East Coast. I River, and unhesitatingly'pronounce? Chas. T. Harper and T. M. Watts Paddlson Near Ford L. CAMERON Seedsman.J ;'
I Mr. Sams' ahead of any he has seen. attended the picnic ball at went to Melbourne on the J 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE FLA. '

I ROCKLEDGE STORE has the II Well, about 11 o'clock we turned Old Thursday night, and report a J. I. C., to attend Masonic Lodge. .. . ..._ ... ...
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Beck's head homewards on our joyable time. having had a jolly good
t; display of the East way
goods along
It. Our assortment Is so large andd down calling to see Hon. W. R. /Sanders H. Jr. Tiffin and nephew H. T. Fred'k. S. Morse -
that we can supply you with who we found busy ip his grove. Aftera ault, arrived here Saturday. Mr. W. J. Jarvis general freight ><--- ,
thing you need. We make a specof !- pleasant conversation with him, we says he Is going to have his hotel the East Coast Line' was in ,
| supplying yachting parties. again started south until we reached pleted during the summer, In week looking; after the freight ,

PAXTON & HATCH. Rockledge. Indianola pass without which stopping place to we see could our old-not for will guests.leave for next his winter.home in Mr. of his manner.line in his usual .'active ::eE. ..:I:.. ES'I': :' ':IE: ::: : "

time friend Sam Field who is one of the Can. about the 6th Inst.
j oldest settlers of the Island. He Is post- H. M. Prince will preach a birth. h?
Enos.bean master and merchant of Indianola and next Sunday at 10'iO: a. m., aiuaMr" Dad.o 00." :J: tLOEl.ZDA.: ,
has a house that he ought to be proudof. TOBACCO SEED TO BE Baptist church to which be In f
pickers are, all ..busy this After leaving him, we made no more Away to any person who will his friends It being the 70th AGENT FOR LANDS OF ,
and larger than average Shipments stops and reached home about dark In Brevard county. Call at the of his birth. '..

i made. The crop has been cutn tired out, but well) satisfied with the trip CATE office Titusville, and get passed through hero last Florida East Coast Railway Company, ._ --
some, plantations by the longed we have long wished to take. Or, send stamp to pay postage. '
on his return from Nathan '
drouth. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company,
he had been In attendance on k
church services are held regularly Cocoa.Hon. de Grease Schuyler on the birth Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. :
Buy lumber and other building material .
"Sunday night at 7 o'clock. They second child-a girl baby. Mother -
direct from the Builders'
y generally attended. A" sermon ., St. Augustine, and save the lumber- doing nicely.
selected from the New Church yard man's commission. R. A. Hardee was In S. A. Friend of Patterson N. J., The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
ttprer, The Helper or New Church Monday. here last Saturday on a visit to
I This appears to be the leading 'J
iinatlon Archdeacon D. F. Brown Mrs. Thomas Harbour at .
Enos. Woodley.Prof. divine service, at St. Mark's Walden Cottage. Mrs.I r1end's :ID. STTJDTjiOWr, C -ois'1'Miiigor.LATE : : .
|re are Uncle Samuel's revenue are pleased to see her ;
Sunday. .J$1 CHAPMAN: 4 8UDLOW.
or whatever you call them that usual good health.
Hodge of Fort Pierce, has been Rev. Best rendered services to
watch this coast for those intend- *
able South Jacksonville '
leave to aid the cause of liberty circulating among old friends in this congregatlan last Sunday.One Brown preached an ,
the "Doctrine of Confirma-
for few on
vicinity a days.
? It seems to be no trouble for of the News compositors Is at Episcopal service last Sunday -MANUFACTURER OF -
n vessel to reach the Island fromt. The shell) road at Wabasso Is causing aware that a bicycle is liable to At evening service Bishop
The citizens of Florida are the bicycle fever to spread. Mrs. Kingis down the farthest from home.A an instructive address FERTILIZERS For Pineapples ,Oranges and

a liberty-loving people. the latest victim. good shingle roof is being three members to- the ,

hood should be the test of politl- .Deliver us 1 A young man was recently Miss Roberts' building by Messrs. Mr. J. A. Gilbert sang during
ferment and leadership; not chlo- seen here carrying London time. berg and Shaw.. Miss Paddlson officiating .Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material, s
I and deception. The politics of Aw, Cbolly come again. organ. ,
unty and state have been debaucb- Dr. J. P. Cooper smiles all Kanit Etc. Also
Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust a
school at No. 43
] the two latter ingredients. Thee The Union is as radiant as the ADVOCATE. a
i of Ideal citizenship will never be was organized as follows for the second put In an appearance one m In want of any kind of building Tho :Fat1ou&: :EEard.-T1.IDo&: : Brand:
d quarter : W. L. Keefer supt.; Virgie week. Mother and boy are doing the
to permanently cast his lot In In car loads or otherwise
Ammonia. . 4 to a cent
Walker, and tress; Eula Weir father Is all j per
secy. and the
lIey of -corrupt politics, nor on librarian J. R. Leatherman cholrister; happiness. Supply Co., at St, Augustine) Available Phos. Acid.,, .9 to 8 per cent> tor "23.00 Per Ton. w,

of compromising policy. Vlrgle Walker, teacher. Bishop- Gray administered pleased to station.make you You a delivered have no Potash K 0..A. . .to,7 per cent ) ,' ,$
'uRn much- -nag been written In re- floe to Miss Ellen A. Paine on your middleman's commission to Highest Commercial Value given our brands In the last Bulletin., Write for t
to the East Coast of Florida, Usrous afternoon at St. Mark's church. or* Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands wlll'be delivered free ef all +
small, yet In most cases grow- Do you want to buy Tobacco Dust? II a large congregation was freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Coast at catalogue prices, until !
Little Bros.F. .
was and hamlets there are many so, get prices and buy from listened to the able sermon of the further notice.DUREN. '
& P. Co. Jacksonville, Fla. and in the service
Attractive places that are less con- most participated occasion. Port: Pierce. .. _n__ '''___ __...... "_" .__ .. _
>us than others and that.have interesting

i equal and, In some respects, su- FEASTER.
-Sebastian. Mrs. J. )(. Paine gave a & .....
to their neighbors. This Is
specl- Saturday evening at Palmetto we have had no rain which Is
ue of the peninsula side of Indian There were present CoL and badly.) GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and i

During the steamboat days the The schooners Eleanor .and Seminole Singleton Captain and Mrs. O. members are being constantly ,. ;
de was more prominent, and the passed here going south, Sunday.Mrs. gin, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. '' Glass aDd TinwarJ. r
ammock land attracted the ate Frances Wallls, Mrs C. E. to the C. E. society. Four joined Western' Meats of f All Kinds Crockery, ,
of strangers and many visited Wm. Jarvis of .Cocoa spent a Arthur Lapham, Miss Leroy Your patronage Solicited. ,
onion of the river and became set- few days here this week. visiting Mr. biDe Wilson and Oter Snyder. A. Hall paid Melbourne a visit TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. w

kl traong and fine am. plantations Tbe country commenced.was Im-. and Mrs. Kitching. Drour carried off the first prize llday. returning next day. .. .. .. .. __, .. _,_H._ ..,. __ -... --- .- ..-
Divine services by Revs. W. A. Louder euchre contest, and CoL O. S. left Tuesday for

W fed-orange enough and to demonstrate lemon groves that were on last and Sunday.B. F. Hardest/ were well attended the mandolin booby and prize.gnltar Some, was nice to C.be under Stormiui the attention of Dr. :E1. :ee:: :cz &:, :er:: O.

portion of the river, south of 280 I Miss Wallls Mr. Snyder and .
Btude, the finest oranges and lem- The catboat Widow Is out on the' son. Coffee and sandwiches were love held services here twice Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit
n the world can, and are, being ways for a general overhauling. She ,
ed. The party as they left for In the Baptist church to Meal Ground
And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran Cotton Seed ;
I- 'The near approach to the Gulfgives will leave for southern waters in a few home, called in by Mrs. J. &.
n ; the most equitable climate Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively In
to participate In the of
land of wonderful healthfulness. days.We need rain badly In this sec- birthday cake, and to test IU schooner Queen Capt. McFadden, the above line of goods We invite your correspondence an hurricane very for the Bahamas, with a E. L. BRADY A BRO. Tlt.tnllle.! Fla. 4q
of October Jl and 12, Ion.. The bean fields are suffering from the occasion being to honor of Mr. Very truly ,
tourists from the Fort Pierce
destroyed some of the finest groves, the drouth, and without rain growers er's birthday. It was a very board, for a month' cruise. -- -r- -
ie construction of the railroad on and enjoyable time.
will lose heavily.
eat side of the river has thrown a Cobb has rented the Fort Pierce THE DECANTER.
>rary shadow the The at the Palm House were
over peninsula guest Go's store and 1* running!!! the
topped, for a time, contemplated serenaded last Saturday night by a partyof
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of In bis own Interest. We be-
vements; bat with the return of a Ro elandlte All speak very highly log.; Tackle ever brought to him. fair share of the trade : A :Renaker ,
f steamers, this section will reviveigaln i of the singing and music. River at the Rockledge store. vicini" Losloy ,

lead In development and Mr. and Mn. James A. Hudson, of foil to caU sad examine this fine p-.l
u rogation This wonderful will, en long extent, be of In--, Locust Cottage Ark., arrived Saturdayevening. PAXTOS* HATCH C.' T. ,McCarty on his way to Washing through Foreign ud DonwUc Brads of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Ginsand Whlskiei, "
pertn7 considerable
Mr. Hudson owns about the tariff on pineapples. BoWed Been lies ud'Stout
occupied, and tourists will find will the summer ;
here and spend
! will I add much to their. Florida property Do yon want. to buy fertilizer he nay be successful and get
tripe to change from can toad with us. late t If so, get price and bar 'I raised on them, a* the present A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

m, so enjoy the finest river Too public school at Prairie HOL _- Little --. T. A P. Co., Jaek. : rain to the pineapple grow- Family and hotel trade !. solicited. Prompt tad carefal attention given to nail i
don la the world.:, aye mile west of here-hss been closed Fla tile river. order Cash must accompany you order.. LOSLET A AXZBTltuTtll,FU. ''tfr

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"Saved Life"A
My Peninsula opposite Daytona.)
'' Some time ago the ADVOCATE (On the Open December 3mORMONDBYTHESEi/

suggested the feasibility of raising VETBRAN'S STORY. SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.

tr. rabbits.in this state for Fla.The -
purposesof Furniture Sana
> Hotel and .
profit, and we now learn that 'Several years ago, while In Fort Cottages ,,, This hotel Is delightfully'situated; Is I

I H. R. Smith, of Orlando, has lately Snelling, Minn., I caught a severe heated by steam; has Electric Lights, '.o.,. FLORIDA.
embarked such cold attended with ""
upon an enterprise a terrible cough, the -
etc. It Is
and besides rabbits Mr., that allowed me no rest day or Sulphur and Sea Baths, SURF BATHING m DRIB

> Smith is raising Belgian hares. night. The doctors after exhaust- most: pleasant all"the-7ea -round hotelon .

"From a small beginning," says an Ing their remedies, pronounced my the East Coast. Specialties at Ormoni.VST .

exchange, "he has increased his case hopeless, saying For Circulars, address,
and day.
Kates:-$2.60 $3.00 per
i took to more than forty hares, and they could do no SEISER &
the rate Of increase is surprising," more for me. At $12.60 to $IIS.OO per week. PINING, MaiORMONDBYTHESE

to which latter statement we can this time a bottle of C. C. POST, Proprietor. !]

bear testimony,{dating back to our AYER'SCherryPectoralwaa .

(( school days, when .it was our delight M; Ns

.. (and our respected parents Hotel x The Swannanoa.
horror,) to indulge in rabbit breed. sent to me by a Plaza ..,

)' ing on a small scale ; at the time friend who urgedme ASHEVILLE ,
. .1', of our youthful experience, however to take it,which N.!t,

the rate of increase was always Idtd/and' 'soon after I was greatly ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

considerably diminished by relieved and in a short time was } THOUGH modest and nnobta
there is no better
.' the cannibalistic predilections of completely cured. I have never had Y Asheville. The conducted hOW

1" the baby bunnies' progenitors, who much of a cough since that time, Most centrally located. Fronting the nanoa is due to Its popularity unique of locate The .

made of and I firmly) believe Ayer's Cherry 'x OldSpanish Plaza and the Atlantic home-like atmosphere, the ,
I '! usually, a point devouring an1 and excellt ,
view from its long
Pectoral saved life. Its cuisine and its
\ my very
them at a very early stage of their moderates
broad verandas.
.t... existence. This, however, did not WABD, 8 Quimby Ar.,Lowell,Mass.AYER'S .' Rates: $2.00 per day and upward. $2.1''')() per day. Liberal weekly niti

Nr daunt our efforts in the least, and Special rates by the week. R. II. RAWp! ,

when we did manage.to raise a above cut represents roughly HOTEL Du -NIL at Sarno, Brevard rates.First-class table board 6MRS. at reasonable Central, on street car line.ASHEVILLE ;

.i''J. rabbit to a state of comparative County, Florida, which is only | of a mile south of thfc depot of Eau Gallle., Fla., I A. S. FELL. N. C..
t' adolescence, our pride.as we showed Cherry Pectoral and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast R'y.' Has
it to our less successful depot, postofflce and telegraph office.! The hotel and seven cottages are located on
competitors Blghect Awards at World' Fair. Oallle River with view of Indian River on
ten acres of land fronting on the Eau PINE FOREST INN
j f; knew no bounds, 'and their the east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2$ miles away. Is Park
,f chagrin was full compensation for AYCA'S PIUS csra lsdl.Mtlss tad Hudicks practically new-buildings completed In 1800. The hotel and every cottage Is Cottage

,gyp! the large number of bunnies that. furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two artesian Summervllle, C.

: had been cut off in their very early wells, pipes and sewers; cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.A .
Florida State Horticultural best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former West Palm Beach
ii,, youth by their unnatural and owner John Green, who died, and the property is now owned by Col. Aaron A. first-class Winter Resort In every Ffe
; voracious parents. But we digress, Society. DeGrauw of Jamaica, Queen's County, New York, whose address until April lit respect Electric Lights, Elevators and
"to return to our mutton :" The In Oak HI!I. Fla. There Is a large pavilion 100 feet square_ cement_ : floor<< ,..cement. all other modern Improvements for comfort (Opposite Hotel Royal Poinciaa))

iiJ, raising of rabbits as a side issue The tenth annual meeting of the State walks, water works and garden. Best of bunting ana nsning, iresa ana sal water, convenience and pleasure. A fine
', : should make a comfortable addition Horticultural Society Is announced to Bailing or yachting on Eau Gallie and Indian Rivera; oysters, sea bathing, beautiful Bicycle Track has been added to the Located on the Lake Front V ui
convene at Orlando, on Tuesday, May 4, scenery;; and the whole Is ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every many other attractions. The climate of
I:, to the income from the continuing until noon of the Friday fol convenience with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. :The original Summerville la unsurpassed. Situated overlooking beautiful Lake Wool
Jt farm. We are aware that the lowing. The society one of the largest cost to John Green was 948,000; now for sale at 16,000; half cash and half on on the South Carolina A Georgia R'y.,
native-born Floridian has, as a and most influential bodies of the kind time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Address twenty-two miles from Charleston, 6. O. Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 per day.

I rule a indifferent ofy in this country, and its meetings are D. L. GAULDEN, Titusvllle, Fla. For circulars or any Information wanted
opinion rates
very \ Special by theft
occasions of exceptional interest. Avery address W. M. HAIGHT, Manager,
poor bunny as an article of food, low Summerville 8. C.
,*'' transportation rate of one cent or
confining his attention, if he eats per mile, actual travel, Is expected: from F. W. WAGENER & CO... Proprietors, M. f. YARBOROUGH,
.. him at all, to his two hind legs, the associated railroads. Reduced hotel MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Charleston, S. O.HIGHEST Propel
but the population of Florida is rates, and other arrangements for the ,

t; not, entirely composed of native- comfort being looked and pleasure after by of a member very efficient, are Florida, New York, .

born citizens, and a large majority 10 The New Peach
I of her people would not be averse to post himself on the latest phase Sailing front Brunswick Ga., direct to Mew,York. MASC

to an occasional change of diet in of fruit growing and gardening, to meet PASSENGER BERVICK.
his co-laborers in the horticultural :
I* the of nice field, Via Fernandina F. C. & P. Ry and Cumberland Route
shape a plump stall- THE BEST PEACH for both out
or to join kindred spirits( In a royal good Lv Bt.Anguatlne 0100 p m; Lv Jack onvme 11.00 a m; Lv.
| fed rabbit. The industry might, time, should miss the approaching meet- Fernandlna JO p m j Ar BrunnwloK. 8.30 p m. Dally' except and home use ever Introduced. 0&
with very little trouble, be made a Ing.To SuniI Via Everett y. all rail,F. C.& P.Ry and So. R,.. Lv St.Aup- QUALITYLOWEST'flflCl this season for the first time. FCf
'f-i profitable one-let's try it.. all members, old or new whose nltlo.II.1IO; Jacksonville 4.00 pInt Ar Brunrwlck 7.30 particulars address
: I membership fee for 1807 Is received In p m. Daily. Pauengers allowed on board. (or supper Thursdays
t time, credentials will be Issued making PROPOSED SAILINGS THE GRIFFING BROS. CO,
available the low rates of
, transportation Lv. New York Pier 21 E.B.,OO.d.. m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. Pomona Nursery
and other
courtesies extended: In connection
," SERVICE. FridayFeb.29.........,.....................COLORADO..Friday, Mar.
the meeting. The only requisIte JrMay.M". t............................RIO GRANDE......... ............... .. Friday Mar. 12 FREIGHT Macoleuny, K
The commodious and favorite steamer of membership Is a fee of$1.00, which Friday, Mar. 13..............................COLORADO.... ...'.. .................Friday! Mar. 19
! >- \ St. Augustine will hereafter the cnn be sent direct to the president, G. L. Friday Mar. 19..... ..... .....,;........RIO) GRANDE...... ........,............Friday, Mar 28 PIjEPAiD We also In stock a complete
, following service between perform Tltusville Taber, Glen St. Mary, Fla. Friday Mar. 26.... ,.........%i............COLORADO..........;............. ...Friday, Apr. 2 carry
I of Fruit Trees, ornamentals, and n
Cocoa, Rookledffe and* Eau Gallic calling For It8nerallnformatlon.' steamers train rates etc. to any railroad agent or to
: at Intermediate landing by. signal, : The SO<1lety'. Annual for 1800, just A.P. MURPHY, A en. M'$. RAYMOND jrernandlna,,General ria. CHAB.Southern)DAVIE Agent! ,Agent,220 W., G.Ray... St.Jaoklenville.fl. Ib- BEAR adapted to the lower South. Catalq

N.; __ BOUTHBOtrND.. atila received horticultural from the printer hand.hookIt Is an Invalu-con O.H.MALLORY.General Agent Pier 20. K.River and aatt Broadway,N.Y. Free. Local Agents wanted In n

>, Leave Titus vine,.. ... ... '1OO..m. tains a full report-of-the- last -annual i locality.
, f' Cocoa .... . II .-
, 11:00 meeting; a tabular list of the fruits of
Rookledge,. .. 11:15 III Florida showing the relative adapta.
; Arrive at Eau Gallle,. . 1:4/J/ II bility of the different varieties to the FREYER> &
I '* NORTHBOUND. several sections of the State with full

:J Leave Eau Gallle, .'. 2:00: p. m. dlxorlptlon and account of eaolt,Includingover
;,) Rookledge, ,, .t 4:::10 100 varieties of citrus fruits, over (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.)

." Cocoa,. . . .,. 4:43" 100 varieties of deciduous fruits, and
'4//" Arrive Tltusville at. . 0:00: over CO varieties of tropical fruits. It lea Pianos Organs and Musical MerchandisA
1J y. i Will make the following Intermediate compendium of latest practice and best ,
:t) Landings onSig.air Ilardeevllle methods for practical !growers and Information r

, t,!,;;: nay Bulkhead, Sharpos; City Point, Courts-, In- well readable for prospective planters, its 4 ''t CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-rIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACBIK'
as outline of
r dlanola, Merrltt, Coquina, Georglana, tural our uortlcul- ii : ZAE We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organ!,
will be
,,. Lotus, Brantley Banyan 4ndTropic. progress. sent to any- music and musical instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing
r Rates let Class, from Titus villa to one remitting $1.00 as membership fee the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, .to make room(art
for 1800.
Said fee
.. Cocoa, 7Scts.; Rookledge, HOoU.! ; Eau can sent direct .to line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert and KlogsburyFUi
the President
; : Gallle, 91.40. Deck rates One-half the Mary, Fla. G. L., Taber, Glen St. k( i-MdI We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $:OO more wi
iiI above rates. Corresponding rates from ask for them : '
," V I q Intermediate Landings. Excursion rate. Conover.. style K way........................|3M Halnes Bros., 8, man..................
:. for Thm Landlady's Opinion. Cy1 Keb...., ................... 329 Schubert style_ 16 .............",
parties.We cF Jeb. ... ..... .... 2UO Malcolm Lore wel..................
.. respectfully request a share of Old Boarder-I understand madam, .o. u J,wal.................. ......+ 800 Steinway eb....................
,w" your patronage. *c that our nnw associate at the festal e. Meb..... ,..................100 Everett, ,b.-..."
I x.wal. ... .. ...., .. ...........
A. 823: Kingsbury, eb... .....
W. DUll I.
f '. :, Captain. board a graduate of Eton. McCammon, style.. S3,wol .. ............. 300 .. aTleD: eb........ ........".
: Landlady-Don't yon believe itt! .". 2-2, man........... ........ 800 Knabe GrandBtuyyesant ,....................
[f Be'll never graduate from eatin .. 7,wal..........?.......? 276 eb...........,....
: as longs "
Appreciated Scotch. .
;, 7.eb..2 O. ... 1.. ............
,a7 J A well known learned judge, who there's anything to .eat-Boston Haines. Bros.,. 8, eb............. ...... 200 Nw.by A Evans eb.&..............""."
T'''J, Courier. : e, !!'................... 1711 Jas. H. Bur, eb.a. ............." .."'
I 8, mah................."l o Morris : ;
n (promotion A Man of AbllitTomson /. Some of these pianos have been rented, but we have had them re-pollsW
'. yet .a plain Q. to- help the Liberal Johnson has no ability oi ( put In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or monfl!
candidate for a Scotch borough. He began any kind. funded. We furnish a stool, scarf, instruction book and delivered 0.11.1)

1,. speech with a Scotch story; but, Jackson No ability? Nonsense sonville; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
}t. failing in living the "awooent" FREYER & COMPACT
with way, ne can ant: you for a loan in such BRADLEY MUSIC ,
r I due emphasis the story fell flat, and the a way that thank 24 East Bay Street, JaoksonvlllepThe +
\ audience to you your lucky stars SAFETY COMFORT J QUICK TIME I LOW
1 d began murmur. The practiced for the opportunity to accommodate RATES I
orator changed his key and resumed him.-London Fun. Finest Cuisine and Service. No
Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
U r.
in his natural and stentorian The Fleet is composed of the I
following Handsome New Steel Steamen I Line'Jacksonville
.' 4 voice, "Gentlemen I do not speak Parrots are good barometers. Just "Comanclie" (new) "Algonquin" Tropical. Trunk
Scotch, but I vote Scotch" Tremendous before a rain the most talkative and "Iroqnols, "Cherokee "Semhiole"NorthBound. ,

,. applause followed, whereupon our gabby parrot becomes silent .. ,
rR+ Q. O. proceeded, no doubt Steamers to tall according to the tide
very reprefconstblr :
:" From JACKSONVILLE FLA.., (culling at Charleston Tampa & Key West Railwa
"and often drink Hootch.: The first postofflce in this country From CHARLESTON, It. C., Mondays Sunda'IIl-TuBldayw, and Thursdays.
,' '\, After this he was the unquestioned Idol was that of New York established by For hour of tailing see"Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston Wednesdays dally and papers.Clyde's Fridays.. JOSEPH H. PTJRKEE. Receiver.

: ,1"' 'of the hour*--Household, Words act of parliament in 1710. South-Bound. -.00TH -

I\,'. .1. For Steamer CHARLESTON aN appointed 8. C. -All from. fin. 29., East. River. New York,!at 3 p. m., as follows NO.B No. 21. No.23 Time Table Effect Feb. 1. 97. NORTHNo. No.
NO.33. 18.1'
rIf"- For JACxaONv1LLn,Fhr1.,(calling at Charleston Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. :::::::: LocalMixed; 0o '8 ana tv.......
), Mondays, Wednesdays" and Fridays. ..... .. JACK8ONV1LLK.7......Ar TOO am, 6 40p01
9Mp948p 8 Ha ... ..... ....Orange Park.,........... 6 B2am 613pm'543pn'
BLACKWEJXSDURHA Boston and JacKsonville-DIRECT LINE, (Freight only.) :::::::: MoW'yandm 0ia24a! ....... .........Peorla............. .. 640am09am 601pm
:. 1 WANT (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ..... ... ..... 1016p > .?... ."......Green......Malrnolla Cove Springs...............!...... ...... .., > dB

.' STEAMERS "OHO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE,'''" :::::::: '10"30a i 1170p: ..... ...... o stwiok. .......,'.. .......... 1'j//
r5ii 10 loa .. .... ..... .,
: tcsDURHAM olnted to sail as follows t' ....... PaI"'tk." ... 500am428am 4fitpn
From foot of Rngan Street, J.cksonyUi., From Lewl Wharf,Boston, .. ... .. 11 11 4fia I8a 12 04 19 aW 10 85aI04 .. .. ........ Satsuma...''.."....".";,..., 429pm 19>>
THlLRJDA.YS.: a +1& ........ Pomona.. I
FRIDAYS. ....,.. ? ..,.... 414am 417pm403pm
1216p 1256. IOdM ....; I'
; ...CreIC8ntCJtyJunotlon... ...
........ 8B8am
f' OTHER. ........ 230 1 OOp USB a It b1a. ..>..........Seville............ ... Steam 84 pn>'tl J
p laSs 11 4 2a.. .. ...DeLeon ..... !
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... .. IMam
_II_ St. Johns River Line. .., .... 4 awp 143aSCO 11 4Hp .............. Glenwood .............. 146am280am 'f.tPml.t
fI' .. ...... OOp430p ,.206a...... 12 12 onp ..... .:....... ereeford........,...... aMP .
I cJUINL I ? SEE? DE GARY LINE) ........ .... ....11 40a PAr Lv})) '............DeLand......... \{Ar Lv................ 312pm.S 3IIPpm..'
.. ......';. ........ .H.
t Ii The Elegant Iron Bldewheel Steamer '........ ..... .. ... .. t2finp440p:;; Ar''i.. ... .Knternrlm I ... ... ... I2Of.m.M
,.. ..... ......TITUSYILLE......;.. Lv no."am'
CITY OF JACKSONVILLE. ........ ..... .. .... .. _
au ....> ..Paola...... ....,.... ,
CAPT. W. A. SHAW* ::::::':: :: : ::::: ::::.::: 8 ... .. Sorrento.....:.....::.. :.. ....... : .
b appointed to sail as follows: ........ ... .... ..... 4 4fip ......r......1KTat. Dora............. ....... a 4.s m..
Ij Leave Jacksonville, a jw p! m,Sundays I ........ SOp + 0 dip Ar....... ... val' ll......... .... .... .. 1siosm j4
Sanford. Entedrrla and Intermediate landing on the Tu8tlctar.and. II River.Friday., for Palatka, 1240|) Ar.............Sanford.Altainnnt /.... ........ 1 38 a"1206pm m l19p
: Leaves Sanford 9.00 a.m., Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for Jacksonville. :::::::: :: ::::: ."....................Winter* Springs Park.,. ............ :r:

; SOUTH BOUND. :=:::::: :::; ::: /20a 1 BOp ..... ,.. ......OrlandoKinsimmee....... ..: 12 MIDI .
r Read "owa. SCHEDULE. NORTH IJOUND. ..... ........ Ar.. .... ............. ."'

"i'\ ...mT fA ;. 8.30 p. m. ............ .............Jacksonvile........................Arrive Read up.--' ................ ............: 6.Mat slop ... ........-.'. .".......Lakeland.:Bartow Jo.. :..............Lv..... I049SI"".
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S.43 8.00 p.a. m.m. .;............ ...........................Palatka............................ Lea.. ,. soo P. m. ........ .. ..i, e30al1I1Oj 4oai 4 lop> r..P Bartow....,...... ... Mpm720pm 10 15 SI" .
.. A.tor. ......... .. .. .. ... m
.. nta ...
.. Oorda
439 ............... 3 m. e 830 A. .Lv 415pm
.. a
a. m ...... flip ........
.Fraaei.s. ....
......... 1,3oa.a. ... .. Tampa..... .... ....LvAr
J.M a. m. ..:......... ............ m. 8411 a t ...., f.Tampa 7Mpm789pm 91Ines
OOp ..
.. Be.'ord .........t................. J2.00 I ..t ...:.. Bay Hotel.......... ..
........... noon 920a 8
8.00 .. ...
.. am .
a. 10. ... .... "
: .B1u. Bprlnp.............._......... ::::: : Mon Ar" Port Tampa.......... ,45am
.. ... w nwppsel Arrriv.. 8.90 a. m. ...........................tilantord.......................... .. 1I.au 900 a. an. ..,..... and Thun.'10 plpLv. ........Port Tampa.......... 710pm ThIll..lDd
.. a. Tu.Frlda7.
1.:0: m. -
: ...... ...... a.m. :..... e... ...................... .. l.au ...... WedanIBac. 'SOCp Ar......... ....KeyW..t..Lv 980pmWedand_
........ ........So.Ii a. eOO
Re'liwd 10.
I two OYN nag' f '''' '' : Wb&rt (Sanford),...........................12110 p. m.Cen'l Ar.... .., .......Havana.".........1 1280j lyp.:=-
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Asa .w.es ... .t Pl..ltwell's Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. Trains DaU7.' and tbmlyaccept 32 Sunday. .

.,.:( DmrSuMfe ...r a>, has w Carry.. Through Pullman Buffet Bleeping Carl. .
;'. of thte ..khTKted J.A.LULIB,Bupt. J o.L.How ABO.Fla.rrt Aft. F.If.Ito.roe ..,Ja.,.....Paw.Aft. RIW: eel 0.78tb'Tit con oec V'eetJlnlled'ntuevW..Cb"Trune.with Parlor Can betwMn Sec 1W.d64dd
.... mediate : "
towkxlck poaoq steamer 811nr King" tor
.t,, &.4 r.ad ._. JACKSONVILLE. :FLA. Iedlao Rlsr.
Train Z4,
| **. a IM mt v..........>... TaM.O.EGG-.T.JI., W.B.W 4Aav.TOlf.J:.P.A., M.H.Cl/n,A.T.M. 1)8,Ocal.l =ytn'\JaekaoD' e42.,daily at 8:30 a m,arrives M Hawthorn. .. 1132.Y ey
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r p' thw i WM. P. CLTDK CO. .. m.,Bt.PWarsburg lo:M m" aq p.m.*Tarpon BprlAgel M p.nu, Ckuv
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4 The
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'i-: ": .,jir.'I.J... '. Thousand mer Hotel Electric In the United lights;, hot States.and Four cold Titu8vil1c; loridaa.The And Other East Coast Hotels Reached by .

ktbs elevators, etc. All the conveniences of "
; a firsUliwn modern
Aired elegantly furnished rooms. Auditorium that will seat 1 800 city neonle hotel. above hotel is now open and In full running order, and the table la supplied ,The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. '
teSSWSSftWS ,hope,blillarvh' ,bowllnjt steam and naphtha lsunobes with all the market affords-such as game, fish, oysters, etc. The Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau Bahama Islands. t ,' '
frotn 'e per iit.an daYt;.",ky 4.00,Cleveland to 133.00 per,: weep. DIrect dall ..team' 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. ,I'l
rcesilehyalilIllrnBay Write tor booklot. WIll Toledo aod Rutralo, 'Ionrl.ta dry attached to the hotel. (Railroad Schedule on Page a.) I I
open July
I Victory Co.,Toledo,.Ohio. After June IBth,rut-In-Bay OhioWiLxKR 51. 1811T.' For particular ad. J. O. BAST Proprietor. ST, AUGUSTINE, r, : }!
.PARKS President BARNES, Manager. IJ ,
T Hotel Alcazar, I'';

GREAVES, Manager.

[ITE'S COTTAGE, Rockledge, Fla INDIAN RIVED I302'EL.f, Hotel Ponce de Leon. ,> .il "

antly located near the large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table. .\. GILL1S & MURRAY, Managers.Casino : I tJ. +

[Bred rain water, Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per "week. Open until t TITUSVILLE i ,' a. i"

Indian River. I.,: A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent. i* .!
t. J. J. WHITE ,
Proprietor. ,I I Swimming Pool Russian and Turkish Baths "' .t
i Flal Bioyplo Riding Academy, Tennis Courts, Bowling .
1I:1I.: wi.;, Alloys, Dance and Entertainment Hall and ;


A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Hotel Ormond,

Open All The Year. ANDERSON A o .
,4 PRICE, Managers. ; .
Is house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now i
han ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourists and Hotel :
cling public generally.. I extend a hearty invitation to all my old friends Biscayne .
teast Coast to call' and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. Only a few, minutes' *'.00 per day and upwards. :
w from Railway stations
.1) C. A. ANDERSON, Manager;
and Steamboat land. y .

New hotel, new furniture-, modern Improvements. th h t II ings.On the banks of the Casino.EDWARD. A. WATSON. ,

[E PALMS Fronting on beautiful LakeJ .. -- : .Y., far-famed Indian River.Fisoher's Superintendent.Hot .
Worth. Now open for the winter of '08 and Cold Salt Water Baths, Swimming Pool .
and97. $2.00 to 13.00 per day. Specials Surf Bathing, Bicycle Riding Academy,Gun CluiHotel

by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. KEY WEST 1 I\V':1 't .
Cottage: '
Key West !o ; .

etlxxx. S tract: ;, TituSV; 'i11; ,'I'1. .. $t.OO( ( per day and upwards. Opened February! ,
EOUSE..r Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinking CILLEY, Manager. "
water \ ',
J ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Rates: $2.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. NASSAU-Reached by Steamships from Miami., '(1 ,
Proprietor. .
Iposite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates \
log to location of rooms. House open all the year. .'j',
.. ,. Address MRS. H. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla.TTTATV Send to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast. "'"i.
Hotel Granada. : C. B. KNOTT, '

E SAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A ... General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel :
** System.
homelike hotel
f ; northern white, with help.every Write convenience .. ... _. ..._ .___ '... ..._____.. .... __ ,I
Orlando, Fla., for book. Open the.year round. Xs Sltxieftoca.; oxx the; :

Indian River, at Eau Oallle, Florida. It Is one of the best places on the East FLORIDA HOTELS
Coast for Deer hunting, Duck and Quail shooting, both-salt and fresh water null- *
Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leon. Ing., And all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is supplied with sulphur baths !f f
BUCKINGHAM New Family Hotel. Extensive grounds das a launch making short trips to different points of Interest free of charge for '
Large rooms. Rates reasonable. use of guests.. Rates: $2.00 to.$2.BO per day; Special rates by the week. .

St. :Augustine, Fla. ,GEO. C. HOWE. OLEASON BROS., Managers., : :
_- Open. ,
',;,1 h{ I
Best Location in the City: Directly The New Hotel Elliot "
facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. .
Rates $2.00 and upwards per day. ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. \

St. Augustine 'Fla. H. W. WACIIENHUSEN, Prop. Cor. Bay and Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA
Nearest hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms DO, 7Bc. $1, $1.60 Plant System Resorts;\; ;;
and $2 ; with board, $2, $2.60, $3 and 3.50 per day. Special rates bi .; ,1
Nice family home: Pleasant location; week or month and for large parties. Overlooking St. Johns River. Newly and ,.,' ";1\1
Pierce House and furnishings new;" Modern elegantly furnished; all modern improvements; two blocks o( union depot Clyde \
Hotel; conveniences. No better fishing and S. 8. Wharf and postoffice. y 't l ti ..
hunting in the J. E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and Manager. .,' .
State.J.. & F. M. TYLER, Hotel :, i .
MT INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet. Fort Pierce, Fla. % Proprietors. Tampa. Bay Tampa'Fla.. 1 .'
,Formerly of New Haven, Conn. I $ ';r
.Hotel Algonquin. Casino Swimming Pool, h
.. Theatrical Auditorium.. ,. ., ',
'; i,
Bowling Alleys Attached. / (:
O'rEL CON'OZIZIY, FORMERLY"LYNITS HOTEL. Rates 13.00 per day and upwards. A'". '1'
'. D. 1'. HATHAWAY, Manager. <
hotel with all modern Located 4 G ON O V t .___ Hotel Belloview Bclloair Fla. .\
erfectly new improvements. on park, one I
I from Hotel Royal Palm commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rate
day and upward. Special rates by week or month., H iII 11111111111
Rates, $3.RO: per day and upwards ;
W. A. BARRON .Resident
I WinPSnBgg ; Manager' i'
it ji m v w" [ "t' ,
HotelPlacid. 1 ,q 4AIII Ile/ le I UItnl) nllelli '
L e 1894 The Seminole, Winter ''Park. Flue r

Rates, $:tIiO per day and upwards. .. .
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Aj E. DICK, Resident Manager. Uock from Bay. Everythlng.entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout .
berior Cuisine and Service. .Bus meets all trains.. Terms $2.60 per day and .j/I
ds. Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor.he : : : The Inn, Port 'Tampa, Fla. "' i,

: "\\h)
Rate $.1.00 per day and upwards. .
J. II. HURUICK, Resident Manager. :
Plaza Hotel. : .
.$' .
Hotel Kissimmee Kiss Jnmcc Fla. .
.., .
New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Electric Bells In every room. 'III..,
jokledg. Florida. the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with fine Rates $ 'lIO day and*upward.. .
OceanFronting All white help. Rates $2.00 per day and upward. Special. Weekly D. 1JIITLER, Resident ,Manager.. 'I;'' '
..ON" INaLdN' : :RI'Py7R.. Rates. Sample Room. M.. W. EATMAN, Proprietor if 1'1'." ,. ..
y The Ocala House, Ocala, ,Fla. .
rge i airy rooms, Fine. View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. "

Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving Lorillard: .7i11a--- Rates $.1.01) per day and upwards.: I
S.. H. PECK Proprietor. : ) '" i<*!1'. .. BROWN Resident Manager. }; ,

Llso Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel, St. George Street, Hotel Punta Gorda, ;Punta Gorda Fla. j,;,
t capacity for 300 guests.OPliJM". ST. AUOUSTINE,,FLA.M "

Is located In the center of the Ratoi, $3.60 per day and upward. ,(,
F. It. ,ABBOTT,.Manager. .y
#- :: ..... city, midway between the post-
t a office and City Gates. Its surroundings .
Hotel. E (are exceedingly \>loturesque ,

ew' Rockledge the grounds being unsurpassed Seminole Hotel *' *

by anylprlvate; hotel In i

:::ON INDIAN RIVERs::: ', .the city.: -y, OPEN ALL THE i 'YEAR.WEST .
Jy :1 Terms:-$2.00 per day. ,

[oclrleca.gr, loridaf J '1 Special Rates by the week. :PALM" BEACH, FLORIDA.

H. E. BEMIS, M'AT., Mohonk ,Lake N. Y. I ;, FJf' f and Cold This hotel Is substantially built] of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
a,. C""f Electric Bell, Hot the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel)
Baths. A with fishing tackle on board for the use of guest Rates, from r day ants''
m*.'cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. upwards; special rates by the week or month. M. J. BOYC J' >1' '
Ige grove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing. unsnr- Mrs. J. Hernandez: & Son. GEORGE ZAI'P Proprietor.. Manager.
fcd. Prices moderate. Send for Illustrated circulars.
H. P.. SHARES, Prop., New Haven, Conn, -- "

The Inn ; Travelers' Hotel c'
=r STANTON HODSE.D. Holly :- l

Bay Street. .' Jacksonville; Fla. ,
: aytoria -; ':::e:"' orl.d.a.:
J. JONES Proprietor. .
This Hotel l is now under new, management, 'J< rt

Rates $2.00 per.Families.day. Special Terms.to for Boating Situated and on.... Fishing.the banks"of the-beautiful Halifax. River which Is unsurpassed and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. .

3 Good BIcycle Roads.,.... Excellent Table. Carriages meet all trains. Bus meets all Trains. soil Electric Cars pass door Bath room. and aDeoo.eDlenca r
on floor,
Walk from Central Rates:-From 2.60 per day.. '., 2"ear. ;
Two. Minutes O'pesl ft'l1"the !

Depot, Special by week or month. :,. Bates.Amerlcaa... Piwl fl. ,to $1.00; European: ;Mo to$1. Special by the week.Mrs. ,
CHATTANOOGA.. TENN. O. 23:0"-: ., Prop.. ;c FINLEY, Proprfetr M.If .,

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APRIL t, 189'7,

'" ", 8 for annum. for Tampa. Mr. Foucht was quite"for his a THE ROBBINS &: GRAHAM
:! States or Canada $1.60 per hustler along the East Coast

, [, Melbourne, Mr. C. M, Herrick with his two charm hotel. e
I '1.' < tog daughters, of New Brighton, Pa., J. D. VanDeman, of Dela- _
t GOODE & OOODB.-Real EBtate and Loans In Ormond until 14th, whentbeylea.e -Judge here Wednesday Capital $25OOO.OO.
,, i Agent for Anne, London and Liverpool 8peclaJattentlol1 and will remain for their northern home. Mr. ware ono.. passed home/ after spending Paid Up
Ulobe,and Fire Jntinraniifl. his
I,, peltlM the Interest' of now reel. Merrlck has caught more fish this season several, weeks way at Rockledge. LOANS; 'REAL ESTATE
dent i than any guest at the Ormond. On came from LAW;
Wednesday he hauled In seven fine trout -Mrs.' L. R. Decker up and ,
I' J HOTEL CARLKTON, MELBOURNE, FLA.Heautffully .- before breakfast, and the following West Palm Beach last Saturday, .
situated on a high bluff overlooking he brought In twelve more. now. holds the position of housekeeper < large list of
morning sale a :
.. tile,and IndIAn retee River.muumahle.F. Tint-clam' aocommotlatiuns at the Indian River hotel, Titusvllle. We have for caret!

UOBKU.TSON, Proprietor. and Mrs. U., J. Egger have .selected Indian River Properties.
Jew 18)7) Model Globe Gasoline Engine, A Nice Home for Sale. -Mr. on Julia
rented the Lands of the Florida
The schooner Queen Capt. McFadden, street, and commenced moving into the Assents for Sale of Coast]

fr left for the Bahama Islands last Sunday ,For sale, a comfortably-built l1-room bath- house yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Canal and, Transportation Co.
and cold .water there.
morning house, with hot Morgan will have rooms
) D + room, artesian and filtered water cisterns has been L.A.1VDS.
? Mr. Stanley Jones, of Tltusvllle, was a I ;also about five acres of land, 2} of -Mr. 0.0.: M.Robbins, who Beach, CAN'AL
i I of tbe Bellevlew the past few days I corner of trip to Miami and Palm r West
t guest which are cleared; on on a Tuesday. Master orlda'soutbem.Ranway, J Jacksonville Tampa Loans
lie attended the Chautauqua. I Pine Bldgewood and Highland avenues, returned to Tltusvllle on accompanied his Disston CompanY'I. Iodlan River I Rtme57Lands. .
Mr. and Mrs. James Williamson, of !Ormond.' Cost $4,500; will\ sell for Ruins Bobbins and other Low Priced Lands

New Orleans and Mr. Joseph Williamson 2.600. ''Satisfactory reasons for selling.
a *
1 OO of Idlooo, were pleasant visitor to L. MOBKTOB MOBBAT,Fla. father.The Somerset (Ky.) Reporter says : Write for Descriptive Price Lid of Carefully Selected Property

our town last week. ? Daytona "Hon. W. B. Smith, of Richmond, Ky., Florida.
,3, Or, ADVocATE Office, Elector for the State at Titu6ville.
We notice among 'those In town, at-. 'i V TltusvUle, Fla. late Circuit Court
attending our
tending the Chautauqua, Mr. and M... large Is connected with

: R. A. Conkling Mr., and Mrs. Minor, this week on business. Smith is a fine law-
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Cobbling, Messrs. Roseland.The his professionMr. much talked 'of as McBRIDE. .
J. Clohecy, Joe Conkling, Miss May yer and he is being candidate for Governor CHAS. T. ... -
Democratic .
\ Valentine, of Tlllmaa; Mr.' and Mrs. the next areconcerned
far as we
So *
ft'il King, Mrs. Henry Whiting, Miss Grace Sebastian river Is full of tarpon, of the State.know no man that would -DEALER IN -
Cummings, Miss Lee, Mr. andMrs but they are not biting freely as yet. we are for Smith."
and we
Beau jean and two sons, Mr.. Glllls, of make a better one
Melbourne Beach; M08ll.... H. U. and J. Birth.-On March 27th, at Orange Mr. Smith father-in-law of Mr. John and PMs

;> ,, Stationary Mid Marina IKto 128 w. P. Tftofost E. M. Hodgson, J.A.Gilbert, Geo. Hays, Point Plantation, Roseland, the wife of S. Park, of Jensen. Meats, Groceries ,
'-U ,
U ,mm)]<*llal>l ,JEoononilcsl/ Him Durable F. Turner, Earnest Taylor, Alex Near, E.M. Stokes, of a son. -The Rev. Edward E. Johnson beta FLo'w

4 rower and for business Launches.fasts Auxiliary,and where Power eta'loDaI'J fyaahu the Misses Annie Paddlson, M. G. Gilbert Miss Moore, sister of 1:. C. Moore, of services morning and evening of last
I Bower is required.BENJ. Annie Roberts, Mrs Munn and Erclldonne\ plantation, returned Monday Sunday In tbe Episcopal church at this est Oash apr-JLo:
W. JEROMF, Mrs. W.'Neebltt, of Eau GallIe.t from.a protracted trip to upriver points place. It was Mr. Johnson's first visit Mail Orders promptly att

Mat Bole.of RoprasentMiYS Florida. for Manufactnran ROOKI.ICDOB, FLA In t. The yacht Nemesis, of 'Tropic, Caflt. 'Col.' II. D. "Ruffner left Monday on a to officiate here, but he impression appeared, andit to
C. II.-Casper, took a party of friends, create a very favorable : 'FLOa.xoA.Near : .
; Catalogues" and prices on lI.MiLLINERY. last Saturday, from our town to Melbourne business, trip to his home in West Va. is to be hoped that Tltusvllllans will ...ILElOpa.NEJ':
It Is his Intention to return and try a him preach
of hearing
Beach, for a picnic. We noticed have the pleasure Steamboat Wharf.
in Mr. Johnson
i'' onboard: Mesdames R. W. Goode, P. summer again at no distant date. e
P. Powell, A.. W. Bonter, the Misses }0 r is Archdeacon B. F. Brown's new assistant ; ,
Annie Good, Maude Powell, Jessie In his missionary jurisdiction in
'r; .: Goode, Messrs. O. W. Bonter, A., J. Vero. South Florida, having been ordained in

Goode, Frank Conkling, Ilowell Smith, Orlando some little time ago; and we & BAKER
and DRESSMAKING Otta Bonier and Elerane- Butler. A dip first class cement bid him a warm welcome and wish him P. E. McMDRRAY ,.
I IF YOU WANT a in his good work and new
In the ocean, then a nice supper on the all success
e+ beach, in which the Rev. Wm. Shaw and cistern, write. to', F. O.VKBO PBAVOK: : FLA., sphere of labor. Wholesale and Retail .

Rev. J. Z Tyler, D. D., of Cleveland, '
joined the party. These two noted men 'Master's Sale.

.. .. : I'I," are and very think much we have in love just with the ideal Melbourne spot on, LOCAL NEWS. UNDER and and by sale virtue-Issued of a out decree of the of Circuit fore- Carriage a on

,' ': .' this beautiful river for a Chautauquaand (Continued from 1st page. Court for Brevard county,In a cause therein -
so we have. depending, wherein J. R. Harper U complainant
# Malabar Items arrived too late for Insertion and H. J. Tin Is defendant; I will and a at
In this issue.-' A'. ell at public auction, to the highest and beat
Do :you'want' to" buy Blood A Bone? bidder for eaib, In front of the court house .
If so, get prices and buy from Little -Orange trees on Indian River have door,at TitutTllle,via.,during toe legal hours .
Bros. F. P. Co. Jacksonville, Fla. been one mass of bloom for some timeput. of sale,upon the
IW j' I FIRST' MONDAY IN MAY, A D 1897 Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business "Vehicles, Hand Carta,ei
described real estate of the defendant
the following
\ Tltus and Church Sts., :- JACKSONVILLE,
Father O'Boyle returned to situated In Brevard county, Florida, Main
1'' Ormond.Mr. vllle, Tuesday, after visiting several to-wit Allot lot lour (4)1)less of section 37, con
Seining 81 sores,more ; Also the westbalf -
places along the East Coast, attendingto of southwest quarter of southeast quarter
... :' IkD.: Chamberlln, of Boston, has his ministerial duties. of section 27, containing' twenty wren; Also '
,1 returned here.' beginning on the shore oftheIndian River ten I
-Mr. W. F. Jibb, formerly with the feet north of the northwest corner of lot 8, section The HewSelden
I Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Russell and Mrs. Dally Daytonlan, after spending couple 271 tbenoe east 70 yards, thence south 17H ,
west 79 yards to the shore of Indian -
I' ""Mall orders solicited. Satlsfactloguaranteed. Rldlon will remain here until May. of weeks in town, left:for Daytona on yards liver thence,thence meandering the shore of the
minstrels performed at Wednesday. He expects to spend thesummer Indian River north to the point of commencement
The Daytona and containing one-fourth of an acre,
in Nashville Tenn. Door
i the Casino, Ormond, last week. more or less,with buildings thereon. Cypress' Clomps p pPA.LATKA
-Mr. H. Eugene Foucht, who has All of the above land being situated section
Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, The tally-ho coach took a merry crowdof been representing one of St. Augustine's 27,township 23,south range ae east.

Tltusvllle, Fla. young people! to Daytona recently.Mrs. well known hotels this winter, has left apri-30 :R. FREEMAN HALL 1FXI.A.
.I. and Miss Tenable Of Atlanta, ,

left Hotel Coquina, Saturday; for home.It Opened October lit, 1800;;'turned the steam on to

ii For-Charter. and J.Is said O. Seiser that Mesdames drive one of J. the P. Vining fastest!I E. B. Williams &: Co,m One of t the Largest and Best tJ"Equipped Door, Sash,,

horses In Ormond. :,

"'{1-1 .chartered The fine by sloop the Yankee daj, week Doodle, or month can be; Mrs. S. G. White and Miss Helen and Produce Commission Merchants. and General 'Wood Working', Plants in the United StataAnd
: anywbere between Ormond and Miami White will leave on Saturday for their ....Wholesale ...
'4ood, accommodations for ladles. For home in Worcester, Mass. with experienced management; (covering a past experience ol

t'' further particulars' write to Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hathaway of Boston 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, GA. rears In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect will tIa\
-di CAPT. Quo.: : Cook, with Hotel Ormond ). possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production
; Tltusvllle, Fla. that, are they so will delighted remain until its close. Foreign and Domestic Fruits. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Gin

cS'9 o
The Misses Merrlck, Weston and Edwards -
t Iilydd and Animals Mounted. returned here. Munday, after a VEGETABLES FRUITS IOranges .

pleasant visit to St.,Augustine Awarded. Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International EipM
TV O. Sorlmgeour, taxidermist. Bird String Beans. ,\ Atlanta,Ga.,1811II.THEG. <
p. '.sad animals mounted In the best style. Philadelphia has bean ably representedat Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. Bananas, .
Addreta, Washington avenue, .t the Ormond by Mrs |IS. R. Keeker Grape Fruit,
..' ', (Corner of Main et.,) ,and the Misses\ Kcecker, this winter. Cucumbers. Lemons, H. HAMMOND> COMP!
1 Tltusvllle, Fla. 'Several large and jolly launch parties Tomatoes. Peaches, .
Beets, Cabbage,
have left Hotels Ormond and Coquina,
for the Tomoka river this week. Squash, Pineapples, .
PIneapple Slips For Sale. trips up "
: Strawberries
,* '" New Potatoes, '
Golden Mr. and Mrs. George W. Hubbard, of Egg Plant, Grapes, PORK. AND ,BEEF' PRODUCTS.
'Porta.Rios, Abakka, Queen, Brooklyn-old and popular guests of the Asparagus; Cocoanuts.
y. tast varieties, for sale at reasonablfc < the Ormond-will remain some time REFERENCES' :Third National Bank Atlanta,Oa.) Geo.Johnson,Candy Mfg.:, Atlanta, e
:c ..rioee. ,Apply to longer. Ga.| Armour Packing Co.,Atlanta,Ga.| Oeo.M.Taylor,W.8.Duncan Se Co.,Atlanta,Ga. Hammond, Ind., South Omaha; Neb., Chi
S'. ,i,, A. GoLDY,
Goupz, Indian River, Fla. Miss Bartow Slmrall left here this Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St.,.'ThosW.. Dunk,. Manager, Jackson.me".Iartets

week for her home In Covington, Ky.,

} Guavas Wanted. after months.a' delightful visit of nearly three THE JOHNSON LAW. CO., AdYincing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies;*

i't nighest cash price-paid for !Ruavas, Icay Weston Ex-Gov.will and remain Mrs.at Weston the Ormond and until Miss Electrical and Machinery Supplies. I Write: 1& :for :IPrioe:
and at station on thi
: quantity, any
Its close. Miss Weston Is a general favorite -
,, ; fI Mt Coast Railway. Write or apply U here. MANUFACTURERS' AGENTS FOB ,
r Ormond, 'la. Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Smith, of Louisville High Grade Machinery Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motors and
'' Refer, to Editor ADVOCATE. Ky., have spend the entire winterIn Generators, Warren Altrenator, Horalby- .ckroyd oil engines, Morse, Williams A
t f Ormond, and will remain some time I Co. Elevators BFECIAI.TIXS Electric Fans Sewing machine motors, Dental moan IronClad BOMESEEEERS .: .". . '
I ,Blow speed Multlpolar Motors for heaviest factory work, Improved street railway equipment ;
Ftf1 Naphtha launch for Sale. longer. I ,modern In design and construction. Fully guaranteed and prices right.
Dr. G. O. Kennedy and wife, of Boston F.BISHOP, Manager. JACKSONVILLE:, !''LA.. I
old gueits of the New Mount Pleasant Salesroom,61 West Forajrth' ; St.,Repair Shop,2029 Main St. .
I In good condition; Incabin feet;; House White Mountains here Who Home in
are are Seeking a
width Oft. Bin.; headroom 6ft-1;; for some time. < ,
draught, adln.j) ; 10 horse-power; apeed, *
$ 9 miles an tour: bum by the Gas rowel A pleasant party from nttsburg are For '
> .A Engine Co., Now York. Cost, three Ja S. Kuhn and wife, and Mrs. M. 3. W'agons South should send to the undersigi

Wr' years ago, a,2aO; will sell for 1,300, 01 Kuhn and Miss O'Nell, who are stopping .
would take In part payment a good salt at Hotel Ormond.Mr. .
Of All Kinds the
.boat. .. for a of
r Geo. ZAPF: and Mrs. Ch. McCarthy,prominent copy
West Palm Bench, Fla. residents of Portland, Me.; and Mr. Buggies Carts and Harness also General & I I
.i. Geo. C. Barrett, of Boston, will remainat ,
the Ormond until the 10th Inst. .
:aJcrr: : : L :a.&JPAXD.ZNG- Florida East Coast HbmeseelWe
h XLP YOU NEED a Good, Reliable and Mr. J. H. Wade, of Cleveland 1, 0., ii ; .,

t 1- the AOTOCATR.foa brought In seventy-five fish from his
Kfw trip to Fish Creek recently; also a number Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. TItusville Fla.
f .. of ducks .. '
first aloes shoemaking and repairing We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco' Growing,
call on J.'A. Daughtery, Washington: Mrs. Reid Northrup and her two children .'
rinter United'StBtet.
n N, avenue, Tltusvllle, Fla. Shoes madeto of St. Louis Mo.: and Mr. and Mrs. 1807 Model Wheels'In The Augnstine' and Summer. Homes. Climate the healthiest In the. :

order la fine style. B. W. Currier and daughter, of Lynn, Stock : St. .* Cycle Go Apply to ,

Mass., will probably remain until the Victor $100.Sterling .

t 3END YOUR VEGETABLES and fruit close of the Ormond. $100. Has the best line of wheels JAS. E. INGRAHAM, ,Land Commf88ion

I a.;,, to 11:., B. ,Williams A Co., wholesale Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Massey, of Boston '
'' fruit and produce) merchants, 65 South are among the pleasant guests who willremain Rambler; $80. and sundries in the state. All FLORIDA EAST,COAST; B'Y,
i ,i Broad street, Atlanta,Ga. See their at the Ormond for some time. Crescent, $30 $79.

advt. on page 8, the Mr.Boston Massey and general Maine passenger By agent of path $60. Kinds of bicycle I repair work ST. AUGUSTINE} ,

3-Wtu our subscribers be good April Is a most delightful: month at Special, $35. neatly done.
enough to look at the name-and-date slip Ormond. The drives are lovelier, the Bt. Anrnstine has the I :
best blcyoW roads In Flat. BEERS Prop. MARX
; their Ifs
pasted upon paper or wrapper. bathing more delightful, the fishing
the date is "ISOU" or an earlier year finer, and the Tomoka far more beautiful
than that,It I.an Indication that you are In Its masses of brightest green. : :BRO:
indebted to us, and we should be glad Lumber and
The temperature at Ormond rules low. Michigan Manufacturing COe
i ;*o have you renew your subscription. Wholesale Dealers=
than St.
er even Augustine and Jacksonville
owing to Its location upon the ridge MANUFACTURERS OF 3-zoceriee.::: ; :E: ="rb.1t'aI";' tE'XOd.'U,

C, Given Away. between the broad Halifax and the At 131 .... 1S3 ...* Bay Mrae and sa aad15WIWa..wee'rAO11C .
lantlo ocean. This Is shown by the daily Cypress or Pine Lumber Hill Stuff -071 V 1110 ::&-1or
He convinced that Little Bros. Fertiliser \ reports between the houses of the Florida Sidings, Flooring, I
R A Phosphate Co's. Pineapple Fertil East Coast System. -- 1,1f!"

iser Is the best brand on the market. A Remember,the ADTOCAT Is just the Ceiling and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crate Turning and Scroll Work ORE' OF THE OLDEST FRD1T, HOUSES III THE
sample lot seat to bona flde Pineapple kind of paper you need i Among its subscribers ... .'
a" Growers., are many guests of the Ormond Good work and material at low price. Take Main street car fine to min and GROWERS-Let Lan Frsit $
: us bow what ID the way ot i iPeaa.
Ii and Coquina hotels Reader, why don't taw a
office. t Potatoes
prompt and Supply Seed
v iun W. the beat
There will b.som. bicycle rasa In yon subscribe f The pink paper will be Write M for
town to-morrow afternoon.. mailed. to you In any part of the United Telephone(old line) 435. ; ou wholesale price list of poom
I Jacksonville

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