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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 9, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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>CAL 'NEWS ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, TRY WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE. For ALL THE' LATEST and most popular Shoes. }

10 cents a yard, at sale by F. S. Chaffee & Co., Titusville, songs of the day, at C atlee'& s.Re. 1KXEK& NOTES..

toplca of General Interest. CHAFFER & Go's Fla.. in half-pint, pint and quart If you want something nice In the WHERE to stop. See list of hotels '
0.
Titusville Fla.
bottles.
way of ladles', gents' or children's shoes t ta
,. W. N. Chaudoin of LaGrange our 8th page.
cAll or write Julius Kline. Titusville
,
Ver fall to read our Inside pages. -Mr. and Mrs. 8. H. Ray and family ias been in Jacksonville this week. Fla. He has an elegant assortment that There Is a* fine hotel for sale at Alb a.

Jill always find something to in- are in New Smyrna. IMrs. -Gov. W. D. Bloxham has "appointed -Mr. Fred F. Taylor, of Rockledge, II sure to everyone-both as to vllle, N. C., the owner wishing to retire' ':

fou. A. D. Penney 'spent Saturday Mr. Chas H. Racey, of Waveland, notary has been In town a couple of days this quality and pprloe.Eau. from active hotel life. See ad. on this
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last in town with relatives.Mr. I public for the stateatlarge.Mr. .
Alec. Goode'' of Melbourne, was week, looking after his property. page.

i a couple of days the end of last W. R. Sanders, of Courtenay, :. A. Goldy, a pineapple grower of Persons from a distance wanting Gallie. If you want a. bargain, just read the
paid our burg a short visit on Monday.Mr. Gomez, has been spending several '
daysIn 'tobacco seed will please send a stamped. advt. of hotel, cottages,. furniture land.

S. N. Gladwin came up from J. J. White, of Rockledge, has St. Augustine this week.Mrs. .- addressed envelope.--or call for it. etc., for sale on our 6th page; This 1 I.. a

|,Monday, on a abort visit\ to his been in Jacksonville and other places. Walker left here Monday for ,There will be service Inspector Tate, of the postoffice ) e- good thing for some energetic hotel man. ,
every morningat artment, was here lost week.
his week. Eau Gallic visit of few
on a
a to
her daughter Mrs. A. W. SweetMr. days 10 o'clock during next (Holy) week at Hotel Coquina, Ormond, will keep i
Jacob "to next week the Titusville Messrs. Houston and Treutler were until >il7th.>
John J. of Wheeling W. -Owing being Holy I Episcopal church also on open April

f It here Saturday lasts for ,Miami, Week, there will be no meeting of the Dan Miller, of Bay View, who. one,or two evenings. ? visitors to,the county sot this week. Hotel AToazar, St. Augustine will .
Octagon Reading Club. was In town this week, said his pineapples I Mrs. Walker, of Titusville Is hers on
.
(ia Bay. -:Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Shares, who keep open until t of May 4
-Read the ad. of were looking In fine condition.Mr. have been the winter a visit to her daughter. Mrs. ttweetI' .
new spending at Rock-
J. H. Same our county School Gandy, Meyer The Lorlllard Villa St. Augustine.
[superintendent was a pleasant & Co. commission merchants. of Jacksouville and Mrs. Geo. W. Sooble left edge, have left for their home in New Mrs. H./J. Brown and daughters; of still remains open. .'

|t our office on Wednesday. 1 on our 8th page. here Friday last, for Jacksonville. Mr. Haven, Coan.Vioqmpresident. TitusvUle, are visiting Mrs.. A. A. Ford. D.
Scobie returned next day leaving Mrs. The Grand View hotel, TitusvUle is W
J. H. Le Tournau, one of Eden's -Mrs. Arthur T. Feaster and her two Scoble In the metropolis.Mr. J. R. Parrott and Rev. II. M. Prince delivered a sermon still open,and Manager Bast it will
ent pineapple growers,spent from bright little sons have been visiting relatives I Supt. R. T. Gofl, of the East Coast Line, tot the Baptist congregation last Sunday continue so. says z
until Tuesday in St. Augustine. at Osteen this week. Sherman Singleton of Georg- have been'south this week, on a tour of morning and Rev. S. F. love prelOhedWedneday
7 Hardee lana, came up to town on Saturday last, inspection of the road. ;: evening nt the same church. Hotel help from the various hotels ,,}
Laura C. Curtlss, of Chicago; Representative R. A. and returning home Monday. We acknowledge along the East Coast have been rapidly q '
s. C. C.. Curtlss,' of this place, County Clerk A. A. Stewart left here on a pleasant call. '-:Mr. Geo. M. Robbins has been spend- The steamers St. Augustine and St. leaving for the north of late.. f ;

e i, ADVOCATE a pleasant. cull on Saturday last for Tallahassee. Clerk lag a few days In Jacksonville this week, Sebastian, In command of Capt. Bute
| afternoon. Stewart returned here on Wednesday.A -Pr f. A. A. Day the eye specialist, and Is expected home to-day or to-mor left on Tuesday. It Is understood both Hotel Ormond will close for the season "s
y
letter arrived In town yesterday. He will remain row. will proceed to Jacksonville for ,repairs on Monday, 10th Inst; so there Is a little t.
well-known firm of Wilson & to the ADVOCATE from our until Monday, and may be foundat and refitting. time left for tourists to visit this fine
esteemed and friend Mrs. :Mr. 0. H. Garthslde cashier of the '
newly-married ,
Fertilizer Co., of Jacksonville, Chaffee & Go's, drug'store. resort. .
[ved its offices to more commodlarters G. T. Anthony, of Washington, Ga.,says Bank 'of Bay Blscuyne, Is 'anxiously Misses Annie and Jessie Gondo, of I 1' 1
at No. 4 Viaduct. that: Washington is a beautiful place, -Mr. Harry Roberts, of Mime, was a waiting the day when he can taka, a Melbourne[ were pleasant visitors to The Mount Pleasant House In the
but she found it quite cold there, after pleasant caller at our sanctum recently. trip to Key West. Guess what for ? Mrs. Wm. Treutler one day last week, White Mountains, will open July Drd,
H., B. Saunders, a promising leaving Titusville. He says the orange trees are looking bringing her a very'' handsome bouquetof under the well-known' management of
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
I attorney .from Avon Park, Fla., very well In his neighborhood.Mr. \ choice flowers. Anderson & Price of Hotel Ormond.
in the law offices -There will be preaching at the Rap divine I service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal '
epted a position
srs. Robbins & Graham, of this tilt church, Titusville Sunday next, the J.'W.'Ballantlne passed through church, Titu vllle, on Sunday next, the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Phelps who have The ADVOCATE returns thanks to
11th lust., morning and evening. Everybody here, Friday last, on his way from 11th Inst., at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. been guests; of Hotel Granada for sometime Managers ,Gillis> & Murray, of Hotel ,

Is cordially invited. Come and let Jbarpes to Live Oak, where he was '-Brevard. Commissioners'' > past, left on Thursday for their Ponce de Loon, St. Augustine, for many
and Mrs. H. J. Smith,prominent us worship the Lord. Yes, we have a Interested in a mortgage foreclosure. County home, Grand Rapid, Mich., greatly courtesies extended to our representative.
Its of Lakes, N. J. who Lord.' monthly report, and a communication the first of the week.
Pompton message from the B. A. GEI EB. leased with their visit. *
Canova ,
the at their -Capt. A. J. of Rockledge,has from Eden, "Pineapple No 2, have 4>
teen season
|home spending in South Rockledge have -Mr. L. Cameron, the popular and reliable gone to New York with Mr. J. W. been unavoidably crowded out ,of this 'Shipments of beans and tomatoes are Gen'l. Supt. O. B. Knott of the Florida

1 home. seed merchant, of Bay street !Slater's: launch Seminole. He will call Issue, but will be published In our next. being made dally from Banana river' East Coast Hotel System, passed '

Jacksonville, who has been on the sick at Morehead City, N. C., en route. toluts. With the present facilities for through Titusville Tuesday, en route to ,;
s Jessie Arnold and her friend, list, Is now well again, and prepared to Capt. E. H. Rice, of this place, while transportation, this section promises Palm Beach Miami and Key West, on a r;
-Editor C. B. Kendall of the New gardening on his place outside town this 'y
Dole Outland, of Minneapolis attend to all Borders sent him for seed great things In the vegetable line. final Inspection of the hotels., Supt
Smyrna Breeze, spent from week, discovered a petrified deer horn
Saturdayuntil
lave the winter with Dr. from of Florida.Mr. Knott Is certainly a hUI ler.
spent any part Monday In Jacksonville. He was and part of the skull. He will keep them The entertainment at the Casino Inaid r"
Ts. Geo. W. Holmes, at City*Point,. Jaudon Browne, the genial traviling accompanied by his jovia .young wife. as curiosities.Mr. of the building fund of St. Jolln'e The doors of the Royal Poinciana were' '
home Tuesday
j on of the East Coast church has boon closed to the public after breakfast, on ,
passenger agent -The Right Rev. Bishop Moore of St. A. Clark, of Tropic, went to St. Episcopal postponedrom i
I. L. H. Church, of Orlandq;, was Line, passed through here, Tuesday, en the Oth to the evening of the 14th.A Thursday morning last The season at
Augustine, passed through Titusville Augustine Saturday last, accompaniedby
ant caller at this office on Tues3e route to Jacksonville. He had beeu most Interesting programme Is being this resort has been a very ncoessful 'i ,,
Monday en route to Miami to what his whom ha left behind to
nee son, one Mr. Fred Sterry has made the '
his to various
of editors toNassa
was on way escorting a party Georgia iroparod. ,
had been made his I undergo an operation. Mr. Clark re-
progress on
new
along the the East Coast as far ,. Polnolnna ono of the most attractive resorts S4Supt.
nl.r. \ i church. urnedhome yesterday. Mrs. M. Wood, who has been a pleas- in the East Coast Hotel. System.: N

-Miss Marie White, of Montgomery, ant visitor at Walden cottage, the homeof "
-The Florida East Coast Land Miss Mabel Roberts of Mlras left
left St. her com- Thos. Burbour left for her homeat A, M. Taylor, manager of the
| H. M. Flagler Augustine Ala., is in town, visiting sister, Mrs. Mrs. ,
Jacksonville
of St. Augustine, is said to have here Monday, for. to take
pany ,
Casino v
St. Augustine, passed through .
New' York to Titusville. She N. J. Mrs.
bday evening, for W. Waddell of north Patterson, yesterday
recorded Comanche for New
more land transfers this the Clyde steamer .
season : Titusville his to ,
[the large number of Is and our Wood expressed herself as being de Wednesday, on way ,
summer, a quite bright young lady,
han: dl1r1ng'the same length of time York en route tq Waterbury, Conn., tospend has
Miami, and probably Key West He ,,
trees bidding him a hearty good- boys are pleased to learn she will remain last lighted with this, as with all previous yl
the summer-or probably longer.
year. been working like A Trojan this whiter
,
i leaving. In town until the end of this. visits, to IndianIvjjr.. muchneededrest.
month. -Miss LIda Greaves, who was one of -:Mrs. Henry R. Jones, wife of one of and he Is now taking a
ie Pastor of the Presbyterian the most popular ladles at Hotel Connecticut's well known Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Nesbitt entertained Supt. Taylor expects to return to r
newspaperproprietors
I, Titusville, desires all the chlld- -Among the down-river visitors toTitusville. Alcazar, tit. Augustine young, this season, left still remains in town, tin- their friends last Friday evening, on the St. Augustine to-morrow.
well as the older ones, .to be pre- this weAk, were Dr. G. W. occasion of the twenty-flftu anniversaryof
;
] her home cool and breezes.
for at N. exhilarating .
Nyack-on-Hudson Y. oylng our
Hotel Ponoe de Leon St. Augustine, ;
will their A and "
He Hoke DanE. wedding. large
ext Sabbath morning. Holmes, A. L. Hatch, R. D. genial
writer of
on Saturday last. Mrs. ones is a some note., closed Its doors
j them about "The little foxes." Miller, J. F. Wooten, E. D. Oslin, J. company wera assembled, among whom Wednesday morning, '
H. Sams, E. W. HUI, W. H.; Sharpe, -Mr. E..Sudlow, of Jacksonville, the Judge M. S. Jones left here, Friday were friends from Melbourne and other after a very satisfactory season Messrs.Glllis ;,' 7
nductor W. L. Lowny, of Jackie Fred F. Taylor, R. L. Dixon, E. L.Alder- popular representative and general manager last,' for the Suwannee River section, near-by points. The many presents & Murray, the popular managers .
was among the callers at thisn man, G. S. Tucker and others. of the Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., where he Is Interested In land. The were handsome and appropriate.The have done all In their power to make this
Wednesday, He has taken the hotel a success and that they have Is j
passed through here,. yesterday on his Judge Bald he would pay Tallahassee a ,
Titusville and Sanford for and his father of Cot W. J. Nesbltt known. de "
tweeD -Col. H. J. Tiffin nephew, south. visit ere returning home. Judge Jones well Many of the Ponce
\ week' Conductor Waddell have Mr. H. J. Ferrault, of Montreal, Canada, way returned to Titusville on Wednesday who has only been ill since Sunday last, Loon's guests, who felt Inclined to remain *. ',
on a hunting and yachting trip. were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE -Mr. W. H. Warburton, the Eastern uttering rather badly from rheumatism., having been taken down with dysenteryon longer In St.Augustine, have taken 7"
office on Tuesday. Mr. Perrault was on passenger agent for the Clyde Steamship his return from church, died Thurs- rooms at the Alcazar, where they will
}plain and Mrs. R. P. Paddison his way home, and Col. Tiffin accompanied Co., has been on the East Coast for some -Three prominent Eden pineapple day morning. Mr. Nesbltt was ln'his77th be well looked after by Manager Jos. P. "(

Saturday last, for their,former him as far as fit. Augustine return-; time past, attending to business for his Towers-Messrs. Winans, Peabody and year and was a veteran of the late war, I Greaves. a
lat Point Caswell,, N. C., much Ing to his ostrich farm at Courtenay line. He is certainly a hustler and Is regret of their many friends on this week. making many friend. In Florida. We In St. Augustine-are again at home. ranks, receiving a wound from A report to the ADVOCATE says that
River,"where they have resided had the pleasure of meeting Mr. War- The dlokey birds say they went to the which he never fully recovered. He land has been bought for a new hotel at
| the past ten years or so. -Mr. Geo. E. Male, of Jensen, one of burton at Hotel Ponce de Loon, St. Indent Cltla to see about the shippingof had also seen service In the English Cocoa, on Indian River, and the deeds

Howell Titus, who recently re- the successful pineapple growers on Augustine, the first of the week. their pineapples this season.' arm;., have gone forward for signatures. The
Indian River has lately been visited by money Is In the bank to' meet the final tr,
|a divorce" from her husband in his brother ir. H. C. Male, of London Writing us from Atlanta this week, -:Mrs. J. O. Walton and Claude Walton I J. Maxwell Randall and E. S. Randall payment on the return of the deeds., "

aville, arrived In town Friday Eng. Messrs.:Male left for Atlanta andother a> reader of the ADVOCATE wants to spent from Saturday until Monday left for St. Augustine, Monday last, David M. Chllds, of Rochester, N. Y., k
| a visit to Mrs. H. T. Titus. She places on a pleasure trip the beginning know why it Is that more of our Indian ID St. Augustine-dining at Hotel Poncede where they will remain a few days before will be the builder. With him will be 7 v

to the metropolis) again this of last week. At present they River fruit and vegetable growers do not Leon Sunday evening, with Col. and proceeding to their home at Boston, associated W. L. Hughlett, M. D., of

We acknowledge a pleasant calle are visiting friends on Forest avenue, ship more extensively to that busy city, Mrs. Aaron A. egrauw. of Jamaica, N. f ass. The former will leave shortly for Coooa. > f

above ladies.f. Atlanta. and says that E. B. Williams & Co., Y.-; Mrs. H. B. Van Auken, New York, Florence, Italy, and other European The last sacred conceit( at Hotel Ponce

and Mrs. Ed. Sudlow, of South wholesale commission merchants, of 05 and an ADVOCATE representative.Miss parts on a summer tour. Both gentle ,
talented da St. Sunday
-Mrs. H. B. Van Auken, a Leon, Augustine on
South Broad street, Atlanta Is an old men leave friends In Eau Gallie
vile have and many
a very pretty widow from New Marguerite RIley, of Boston night was attended by a large and en- *
and bright
young them leave If for
reliable firm. who to
and not regret sea only
Why give
ble home. Mrs. Sudlow is very
some- York Is still*domiciled at Hotel Alcazar.. who had made many visits to Titusville months and will i them thudastlo throng from various! parts of
of thence i the above firm a trial f the summer give
a gardener from '
judging within the seven or eight United well "
St. Augustine where she has been stop past years, welcome their return next the States as as by many
of the flowers planted by her ping nearly all the winter. She 'Informed -Mr. Oliver Murphy; of Dlnsmore, arrived in town Wednesday. She,, has a falL hearty on of St. Augustine's prominent residents.

Some llllles that are out In full at ADVOCATE representative that she Fla., and one of our valued subscribers. been spending the winter at Tampa with ___________ Both'tha ground floor and first floor :of 5'
I make a perfect picture,and.reflect was delighted with the Ancient CItle, Is proving himself quite a successful her father, and was on her way to Cocoato the rotunda were pretty well packed,

Credit on the one who tended them.ss and would come South early next season .. peach grower. lIe has ten acres of the visit her friend, Mrs. Dixon, for, .a FALSE HUMOUS.. with the many lovers of good music, '

| Lucy Thomas, a friend of Miss probably making Hotel Ponce de choicest kind of trees, and expects to short '- and It kept Manager Glllls rather busy ; i
Frltchard, of Titusville. has been Leon her headquarters.Dr. get about two thousand crates of fruit time.WanterLanch It is often surprising to the ADVOCATE ordering and having chairs placed lu
log several days at Hotel Ponce de Bennett from his plantation this season. Mr. to read of the many false, rumors thato the most advantageous places for his ;5
and Mrs. P. R. left for is also to devote of the round of the Some of the
> St. Augustine, this week,where Murphy going part ( press. numerous distinguished guests. 0'I
their home in Urbana, 0., on Friday last.;
the culture of tobacco test '
attention to of
his are t
DVOCA.TB, representative met her. Also to cruise In. Both roust & has bad 1 w
Supt A. M.
While in Daytona this winter, the Doctor the finest kind. yacht That Mr. H. )(. Flagler Is about to I Taylor ft very
as accompanied by Mesdames Jas.and be In Al condition Address successful season at the Casino, St.''
bought a lot on Rldgewood avenue aqd to
Hotel Alcazar
add 100 rooms to St.
'
W. H. Laird, of New York built a fine winter residence. He has -How attractive Titusville would be DON C A BLOB, Augustine.That Augustine, this year, and many very

dad been on a trip to Tampa, Key been yachting a great deal on Indian were our townspeople to bestir them ADVOCATE Office, another hotel Is' to be built by much ragret Its closing. Supt. ,Taylor

Nassau Miami, Palm Beach andd. River, around the Bahamas and West selves and plant more shade trees. 'The Titusville, Fla. 'Mr. Flagler at Palm Beach this summer. seems well suited to the position ba ;v

They were wending their way India Islands. Dr. Bennett Is quite a : magnolia trees at the Grand View hotelare That Mr. Flagler: was going to make holds, and he has made a host of friends.'

ardsre. ., traveler, and has been all through Africa blooming, to the great delight of the National Editorial Association An ,ADVOCATE representative was
Bast who Is fond For Sale at a Rare Bargain. at the of the Casino A'
o
closing
J. A. McDonald, one of Miami'ssteemed ; and other parts of the world. Nqw he Manager passionately present of Hotel Cordova. present '
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residents Is about to leave for the far East. Dr. of flowers. These flowers are of unusual That It Is stated on good authorityMr. Saturday night lost, when a large crowd ,
,passed through A beautiful home Indian River ten
on
size! and month who seemed to thoroughly
Bennett who has friends on the are blooming fully a was present,
many will the
lie last Flagler soon commence
Saturday accompanlpby East Coast subscribed for the ADVOCATEera earlier than last Spring. Mr. Bast's love acres of high oak and hickory hammock, and enjoy the amusements provided. ,Water
erection of a largo hotel at Nassau
onville. ,
She was 8 In cultivation 600 trees ,
,
north. for everything In the floral line Is liber acres orange ports programme'occupied the first ,
iece. Miss Alice' Reilly, of New returning ally catered to by his "little folk" friends In good condition, 3 Inch flowing well on that the contractors Messrs. MoGutre & part of the evening; and from 10 o'clock r
b, Conn., who was returning northa -CoL'.Aaron Degranw and wife left who supply him dally, to assist In decor. the highest point, has 330 feet river McDonald, have the plans' all ready until nearly midnight dancing won la
very pleasant visit at MIami. their winter home at m Dora on Satur- sting bis room and dining tables. The front half mile from Malabar station and drawn. > order was freely indulged In.
rector McDonald joined the ladles day last, en route to St. Augustine, registering delicious fragrance of these mammoth pqstofflce, a good six-room bousa. This That :Mr. Flagler Is /going to spend a Climbing the greasy pole for a ham
I them to Hotel Ponce de Leon, where of modey at Miami this summer.
Augustine, accompanying at magnolias perfume the whole Interior of place cost the owner $4,000, will be sold heap caused peals of laughter, and young 3'
>villa. Contractor and Mn. Moil they remained until Tuesday, when they the hotel. It Is to be regretted that tile for $1,000. For further Information address That It Is known, on very good authority Bradford as usual, came out an easy via '"
-after paying a visit to their journeyed onward to their beautiful sum K. C. Cars xou, Mr. Flagler Is going to buy the Full of n
good example of the late Dr. E. S. Wileywas tor. people attended most
of Jamaica N. Y. Colonel J. T. K W Ry. branch from Enter,
t young daughter, Miss Kitty, mer home at not generally followed by out property BABTAJT, FLA. TltarvllIe.To whom enjoyed the dance program ma
seph's Academy, St. need Degranw and wife are nut only a very prise to '
owners In planting out these afterward. The music of the :First Artillery ,
to Miami Monday night jovial couple, but are very hospitable. all the above rumors we give1 an )
Band ) r ,
beautiful trees on oar main streets. was exceptional/ good.
They entertain their friends In the good- Notice. emphatic denial;. and the readers of the

old style; and among the first to pay ADVOCATE may rest assured as to the

Co Person Going North.. them a visit this summer will be Mrs.A. For Sale. has correctness of the Information when wa A Fine Hotel for Bale
who
i Dr. A. A. DIY, specialist,
eya
Becker, of Montreal, Canada-a say' that beyond keeping bl.propertY' In -
lady several times will '
well known and much esteemed on been In this place a good state of repair; building .bout Owner,wishing to retire, will salt. the r
o Mallory Line first-els, round- Palm Grove Melbourne, Fla. Picturesque spend April 8, 9 and 10 at Titasvllla
an River. Colonel and Mrs. Degranw ten cottages at Miami, and doing. little oldest and best known transient anal
tickets Fernandlns New York trouble should '
to win return to ElDora in December. residence; orange grove; water All suffering from eye extra work on his hotels at St. Angus' family hotel In Asheville. N. C. Small

e. HoE-X supply fancy' fruits, shrubs, palms, etc.. calL. Examination free.- ti..., Ormond and Palm Beach probably cash payment Central location east Y,

ADVOCATE Apply. to patting in some much-needed bathrooms valuable frontage. Apply to
Care :, > For Sale. *> A. E. CAMPBELL, owner, Mr. will little 000 '
Flagler spend more LOOK Box ,
and Barreyora. t tr
TitusvUle Fla. To Civil Engineer -
Melbourne Indian River, Fla. money on the EMI Coast: this summer- ., Mb..U.... K.e.STATICAND '
A tract of 160 acres of fertile vegetable "4 tripod not even to enlarge Hotel Royal Poln-
Bone Wanted.your land; ocean ant river front. Con ba A surveyor's theodolyte and for clans and TbAlnn,, I
bought at a sacrifice figure. Apply to Out of Bight I I&le. Coat; $1811.00; will sell for $ 09.00 FANCY GROCKfUR: *.

bones-and send them to the J. G. Bur, cub. 'Appll' For the bust In town,give U.II.Dtek_'
villa Fertilizer Co. South Jack- Grand View hotel, Those keD boxes of candy for the toe .u. if. WALTOJT, WATCH REPAIRING' dos by Anthony a triaL Ha baa a urge and varied

'. Fla. WU1 pal cash, for them. TltusviUa, J'la., ohlldr* at Chaffas (;0'.. TUturrlll, ha.S Bros., West Palm Becker fli 'stock to select from;popular pdces. ;'



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,' ''v. 1. bu mouth. ashore to spend with his perpeotually overload and poison the sure remedy for bis unfortunate for gratifyingself physical r HARRY MASON |
bat the passion C
" Tlte'lamlJlelof stomach with unnatural condition, ,, ijl ijlJL
bow he please which
family or 'C30ndltlOn"j Is the God be must bow to,
XR.aysor.at the reef light-keeper are plot allowedIn which I I. voluntary suicide him under the
looked In There la an easy remedy for suicide In will prematurely .dump
Jobbers
the houses. They are upon that thousandsof In Fine Imported
reason
sod for the same
the nature of distraction that might the second degree, which Is to govern succumbing to. MASON! A CO.

: trial and test prove cause the keeper to neglect his duty. ones self with class and quantity of diet. others are dally and they must be W Bay Street,
has laws
IDrepr4" Hood's Barsapartllaflst. Host of the keepers have."developed Into Neither the same diet or quantity Is ap- Nature her penalty has to come. JACKSOirVlIXE. Liquor* and. Cigars E ty!
or the
Createst Merit omnivorous reader Some of them.howe..er plicable In all cases; that Is a matter obeyed with nature to 1
Self can only make war
each roust determine for themselves.
have pursued a steady purpose, one
H. Second by a peculiar Combination the extent of accidental or momentary Grade Whiskies
tropical climate
require
of vege-
him People a
Etc
Proportion and Process and one We have in mind prepared The
g' end comes. ,
but the soon
+ tI. unknown to others-which self for admittance to the bar and has table and acid food containing phosphorous ability, plain 'Our .

t naturally and actually produces2d since became one of Key West' most and iron, from tbe fact that the reason for these-conditions ,civilization \ '

f Cures climate Is to triumphant march on the road to Domestic Southern Belle Rock! and Rye.....rrom
Createst eminent lie ha -dramatic tendency of a tropical WbllklImported and : '
lawyer and and . "
has brought blackberry, peach! honey .trtlln iyplb0.tuneHollandOldTOmetc
manner of expression and learned It, so weaken the blood and nervous vitality. and high culture Brandtea4Dolneati0. *PPl peaoh. .iIII.. ....... .. ....; .. ..... .. .... .fromtllph'9
1 Shown by thousands donut, animal us to a standard that the beast Inherit ..... ....... .... ... ............. 1.0.wlnaaPort
voluntary testimonials-which 'tis said by "noratln" to the salt winds People of a cold climate should use up teach our Rum .'Sherry CataWba'Muecatel: Claret, .to., trom.. ... . .. -.. 't 160q, .t
Is to
1 s naturally and actually produce and his single food as it has a tendency wheat Instinct which Clnreh-FlneetBrani..a...........-.Iromll.tSiy,0.:
and the sad
sea waves children from Infancy to'look exclulvelyfor .. ....I./a....... ....... .:. .........aw"lui:: "
circulation. But Bottled
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1 Createst Sales companion. the blood for proper IraeVFi Brands at equally Low Prices. *-
of all surroundings
,3d, the more Important consideration is the self, wholly regardless rnr-Jugs and demijohns will\ be packed In boxes, when so requested, without

According to the statements of Spring Itequlres quantity of food necessary for health. ; hence this gratification of tra cost; Money refunded for "empties" when returned. Express Company"b t'

la druggists In these three all over points the country.Hood's Where people rely upon their taste or self and self-worship, will antagonizeall not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble
lUalt to health as well as Send for Price List, or call upon MASON & CO.,
Barsaparllla Is peculiar to and avoid obligations
all which have quantity they can consume
That the Impurities self has become 301, 807, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, )pu_
surroundings
r'I 1 ,:w accumulated In your blood during the instant death as a result, tbe doctors personal .....
winter shall be promptly and thoroughly and drug stores hold an Ironclad mortgage -I. god of all gods and to-day Is the ruling --rT -* aj

Hood'sSarsaparilla expelled If good health is expected. I. of America but Its abort and whenever
f- on their health wblch'w1l'\ be god

; Impurities When the warmer are liable weather to manifest coma themselves these* promptly foreclosed and they will\ be It goes under, Instead 'of having a Florida East Coast Ry.Tim
Its
In various ways and often leads transferred to the pauper house of Buffering monument of praise erected over .

: to serious \Illness. Unless the blood is with no resources of health to memory, it has a monument of condemnation Table Wo. Corrected to April 1. lao7.
" %; One True Blood Purlner.Hood'5 rich and that tired feeling will aft share .
;; Is the best-It Is the pure reckless to as no one has any self to
draw on. It Is just as as -
filet you, your appetite will fail and you for the amelioration;; of the conditions of SOUTH BOUND (Rad Down). NORTH BOUND (Readily).
-, Pill..aNtheOnl'Pllltltotaktl will find yourself "all run down." squander their financial means, for no
Hood's Sarsaparilla tones and strength clear of them and others. Such Is true life In our advanced o 0 0 0' howiii 11:4: 086 "
V.. r ---- tbe drives out all purpose except to get p ...... L".1acklMl.'U. .. ..... ', 61Sp. ,. 810.IOIiI""' jl
and ens system .impurities redeem ones self to pauperism. Persons Ideas of progress. 4ilaIO 6411p r.op ...... AI'.. ...S..ulrn.ttn..Lv. 6 tp 100a 9aeal8p
"P'
Free and makes pure rich healthy blood. MONT HARDEE. ... .. ...... ...... ...... L..SL J ....... r. 4 2l1> ...,. .. .. . ).
Hood's Sarsaparilla Is tbe one true blood I whose digestive organs are good require if ...:.. IO Os ...... ...... ...... ...... : .. .' top :.. .. ...... ...... .
and tbe best .medicine. less food than those of weaker organs, .... .. III8a .... ...... ...". ....:::Fret: i; sign. .....:... 4 ., ,
Accepted purifier ,
Masons spring medicine Is a necessity which ....11 4Ha .:.... ...... ....... ::......... ,..........L v. / .:.... ..... .
Be sure to get only JUood's.HEALTH because they are capable of utilizing all Spring It .:. ; 101l6a ,... ..... ..... Lv. .. ...Ar. 3!! .. .. .. .".
Hood's Sarsaparilla grandly supplies. ....".. JJ40p ...d:. :..... ...... Ar..A.n: Mstea.......Lv. : .i..; .: .. ." .
l = rh they consume while people of weakerorgans purifies and vitalizes the blood and thus ..... II Ilia ...... ...... ..... L".San M.teo..Ar. 48p..".' ::..:.,...... ..
WITHOUT SWALLOWING cannot fully utilize their food, gives tone and strength to the whole .....: IJ48p ...... ...... ......L.A.orm.nd.e: : :: :: : ...1(. .. .... ",.J
.... ; .. ..:: .
Indian Tltusrille ...... D..r.oa. .... .. ..
': rr''' lUver Fla. A DRUG STORE. hence require more In quantity to get system. ...... : :. .. .......Portorange.... .: J < ....,. ..... .... .
... .. .......N.w .toyrits....... ....,. ..... ...... ..
011, Lodge No. 90eeting the same amount of nourishment. No .. .... ........ I "
to take ..... .. Oak 1. P .... .. ... ...... .
4 Editor Advocate: V person should at anytime consume more Hood's plllt are the only pills ...... imp.-: :: ...:....TltaA"'U.... .,.... i 2/ip....,.. .... ..... ".
.. with Hood's Sarsaparilla. .Cure all liver ...... : .... ....Ci an'..:...... 128ep. .:,... ..... ..."
to Jtoldl 1&1 the _lid and fourth Frl4 ,If people could be as much Impressedwith food than Is necessary to maintain their Ilia. ...... ... .... ..tuow ...... ..... ... IJ /0p ..:.... '' ...... .,
iII, y ft eaeb month, at tbe'Court house,Titan and The .... ...:.Rookltodg..Hotela..... IS sup ..... .:...' ...".
"/'f!"| rtU.at7 ao p. m. the necessity of preserving their standard of health strength. California ....:: : : ........lCauGaille.,....... ,.
i A. T. Worshipful Master. result Is not only an incumbrance, .but a The lady manager of a Insurance ...... :: : ........... .tarao.! .......... ....
Feaster health with tbe of .
as they are necessity with ...... 815p..5. ........M..lbourne.: ........ "
lea W. Sooble, Senior'Warden.R. recovering It when lost, 'doctors, and destruction to tbe digestive organs, company Is credited the .... ..........ROMI.nd...... .... :: .;
F. Hall, Junior Warden. which sometimes result in live skeleton largest salary paid to any woman- -$10,- ....:: :. :: :: .........BebaAtlan.......... 1104p.-. : Noel
B. R. Wilson Treasurec.J. drug store would have but limited patronage. a ...... 6 ...... St Lacle.......... ; _
i but more frequently In a bloated 000 a year.Dandruff. ...... : ......,...Fort PI..roa. .... ... n
,
W Mendel, Secretary. A man who I I. born In.auaturalhealthy ....... soup ...... .... 800a .. ........,. .JId..n.: .... II BGA
p M. S. Same, Senior Deacon. condition, ha no need to be mass ct unhealthy fat, like Grover ...... ales ...... ..,... 815& II ............Jenxeb':1.:'?.. 83tp,
J. A. Happoraette, Junior Deacon. Cleveland and thousands of others whoa U an exudation from the ..... 641s.... .... 88-1. .......... ?. .r ..... ......... ...... Ill
Sanders stewards. otherwise, until he I II worn out with the of tbe skin that spreads and dries, :..... 70lp....... ...:: 702& : ..... .A.llola. .,... : ...... ....... ...... pt;
A. A. Stewart, T. II. frictioa of time If he will the ready; to offer great rewards for a pores the hair to ...... 721p ..... :.... 7112& .,.......HobtlBonnd..... .. .... ..I... .... IIIIf
B. A. Chaplain. use proper forming scurf and causing .. ..... .. .... 932a..
Odder ..... 7114p .. 8011a .W8II Juntter .' : ...... ..... ....:.11611
A. Froscber Tyler. means which providence has provided.If remedy to reduce their weight. It Is fall out. Hall's Hair Renewer cures It. ...... 802p. .... ...... 9Ma ... .Rtvler............. ...... ...... ......111(1(
1 In orderto '.. .. .:........... 102 a Ar......eaPalm Rac .....L'I'. ..... .............11:111:
a person has weak lungs, or subject simply drinking more whiskey ..:.. ,... .:.... .. ... .Royal Polnol.n..... ......
to colds a uniform climate should be get sober. Absurdity la no name for It has been ascertained that in Russia :..... :A".: ....... .. .. : "Pain Beach inn II ........
+ KEEPKJ18 OF KEY JLIO1IT8. .... L..Palm: Inn..Ar '
..... .. Beach 1R.'Ia .. .. "
v. found without delay and with proper such nonsense."' It la Impossible for a 673 per 1000 girls marry before reaching ...... ....:: :::.:: .. II ....Royal Poinolana...... .. ...?... ..... ... ."'
The Loneliest Job in 'the Catalogue to where the digestive organs the of twenty. ...... Slop..........'"....11'Ole' :...:west Palm Beaoll..... II .... : .
precaution against deep-eeated colds case exist age ... ... .... .
... ... .....liUp ... .. .LIn"'n. : .... ...,,. .., pW
et Occupatlona. they will never have consumption. A are In a normal condition that can- Irish women are said to have the. :: .. ......:...... i46p : ......Fort Lauderdale.. ... :: 7811a..........,.,.... ...-... 1II
::,:.. ...... ...... 626p ........Lemon City... .. ... .. ,................... 13r
.l More ships' bone lie upon the outer high dry climate baa been recommended not be reduced' to any standard desired most beautiful eyes complexion and ...., ...... ..'.". 46p ............. .......... .. ................ ... 6e.

ki,, reef girdling the keys of South Florida for weaklungs.. That only apple in If proper'food Is used In,, proper quantities hands In.the world. A. .III W BRANi H. '

: than perhaps upon any other.shoals, excepting certain cases or conditions. A'1 high altitude and any person of average Intelli- NOS. o. BTATION o. o' /, BOnville Trains.nd 81.89 Sb.8b UlfnAtia..daU and 711. between" Tae'

Ilatteraa, In this country. Capt. cause laborious breathing, which gence can effectually handle their case ALEX NKAH. XBNK8T!: TATLOB. ""fIiiP i OOs L..x.r"eHe..m..t". 16p 6 40p Train! iIa t0 and 1W, between Jackets
k without instruction but the whole IIII1p 11 I8a It sop 6 lOP "'lie and 8' Augustine duly ezeeil...
+ Thomas S. Eels, agent of the LUyds In Is as detrimental to tbe lungs as excessive ; B alP 11 II2a Lv..OrauJJ'l OIt,......L.. Ji IIIp II 48p Sunda,..

4 Jacksonvlllo, has a record of shipwrecks labor In feeble physical condition. trouble simply is, people won't do It. NEAR & TAYLOR: IMp 11 IlllaAr..OrangeCity..L..13 16p B 411p) St.Train A.PAt 87, between dally, except Jacksonville Mondty.toi

t, on the coast of Florida for many .yean, While a high altitude may be a relief for People have surrendered themselves Trams frt and B8 are composed.exclusively of Pull- Train 209,. betwoen Fort Ploroe adman
Successor to John
( McAllister.)
and the aggregate of losses foots up surprisingly lung disposed to inflammatory states, It soul and body, to the, gratification of cars" .,w Jlllami AJI other daily'rains, except Mondof .8t Aup

f; high In the millions of -dollar.. Is certainly not a remedy for weak longs. self for the existing moment, totally regardless Artesian Well Contractors Bullet Parlor Cars 3G on and trains 78. tine dally, exoeptsunday

The Strait of florida has long been 'an Weak, lung require a uniform temperature of subsequent considerations .
: with soft moist air. All '' If< The Jel..... Side-Wheat Steamer.
ocean highway for steamers and sailing 'mlasmlo Grover Cleaveland knows tbe true and EAU CALLIE.._FLA.

hips bound"from foreign and domestic. localities should be avoided, a* you "CITY OF KEY WEST."

ports to New Orleans, Central and South I would small pox .or yellow fever, and "

America. In fact, the outlet of the more particularly so by people of a billions Lumber and Go. I*appointed. to Perform Service. follows:

groat Gulf of Mexico. surrounded by or lymphatic temperament. The Michigan Manufacturing
Lave, MIAMI on. Mondays and Thursdays upon arrival of Train No. 85, and arrimil I
c rich and fertile countries, ban been this next and most Important Is the question KEY: WEST about noon of following day.

A t narrow strait between the keys and Cuba of diet. Some people eat to live", while MANUFACTURERS QF -
Leave KEY WEST on Tuesdays and Fridays at 8:00: p. m., and arrive at MIAMI foUowtai |
L and though which the Gulf stream other seem to live to eat. The stomach Cypress or Pine Lumber Mill Staff Sidings Flooring morning, before departure of Train No. 78.

pause: Consequently, it Is not surprising Is made the paulbearer of all the' caprices ,
of taste without regard' to results Steamer MONTICELLO.
that In this narrow strait the cauldron ,

( where the West Indian hurricanes and sooner or later has to call for artificial Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Taming and Scroll Work. Btoamahlp aervioe between Miami and Nvwam to continue during the Winter TauM !'

generate, with Its concealed reefs of aid to patch up the wreck. The Good work and material at low 'prloes. Take Main streetcar line to mill. \ and reason: of 189047.

ruel coral, thousands of vessels have machinery permanently disabled, and l.ce. PROPOSED SAILINGS

C nded their career, and more than thousands has to be eide-tracked, on what Is known o February to March 27' Lesve NASSAU TI1..da7.t.Thur""TII" and EI"turdaJl

,,a '' of men have lost their lives. Few as the dyspeptic route, with doctors and Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, Fla. Leave H1AM1 Monda"8. W edu / ys And Frldaya

c '1 aallors pass through therstrait now without drug stores a* station agent The problem March 30 to April 13, I3gq' Le.Lave. lIUAMl NASSAU Ttaealay..ud Wedueld.YII Fridaye.aad Saturday.

being reminded of the brave men l I Is yet to be solved why people will, J. P. BECKWITH J. D. R HNER. .

J and the brave ships whose skeletons knowingly and voluntarily, form themselves Trafiia Manager. Ajw't tien.: Passenger Aj-t

to whiten the sands beneath the surface cftbe la those conditions. One of the A Fertilizer for Fruit. j. S>. AnguBtlne. Fla.

limpid green waters, and some of leadingeharacteristios of life I. to get

+ them, as they watch the storm scud fly all out of It possible; but the mode of

s a across the moon and listen to the moan doing this by the masses Is to make life .. .. ..... "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer," The florida (Central & peninsular R ailro

of the reef buoy mingling with tbe as short a* possible, except by Instantaneous -

creeping of the spars of the laboring suicide. / Price eg5.0o .Per Ton..

a ship, perhaps have good ground to believe The present system of suicide 1* to GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ Everett Short; Savannah Line between Augusta Florida and all Northern Points.

that this place Is haunted by the HoIBture..8 to 10 Per Cent. .,. tlmore, Philadelphia New, Ca.?' Columbia Washington, B
York.
Boston "East.
demons of the deep and tho, souls of .Ammoo1a..4, ) to 6.. Everett, Macon Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville and the Clnclonal

( dead comrades. long love war bas togo a Phosphoric Acid . .... .. ., .. .6 to 6" and Chicago Louisville'

It Is no wonder that the Inhabitants of 'ta to reach Potash (Actual!). . . .. ... .. . .6 to 8" I Louie. Everett, Birmiagharo Holly Springs Memphis' Little Roclu 1Canaaa City, 9
41 500 the heart of Chicago, Sioux City.
tho keys, the "Concbs, have grown the modern Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bone River Junction PensaOOla Mobile New ,
3 rich In wrecking. In these latter days, up >. to date Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash. and the Pacll10 Coast Effective Jail. Orleans Texas, h edco. Cal.ro

however, there are fewer wrecks In the youac 1IIaa.'J By:: Write for directions for using and further' particulars; also ask for 18. 1807.
Wh.a be copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock of all Fertill New York Express No. OT. leave JIt .
atralt than there were some yean ago, q looks for a wife, Material Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco scan vllle 8:20.. m., dally with Throujrh Po0a>>
lEer Dust Potash, etc. Writ fOil prices be- a Ara&NTA A a A R, Bleepers for Bavannab. Columbia Washy
for: Uncle Sam has marked the contour be expect a fore buying. We seek the growers trade direct. .* 4 0 A Baltimore, Philadelphia\ York, M 1pt

,4)f the dangerous hidden reef with a ane .. food deal he expects Probably WILSON & TOOMER Fertilizer Co. 0 aa ti Arrives Eastern Jacksonville points. Connects II-U m.for Far-
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system of lighthouses each with ,, more than he deserve ? p.
a light -, env.d. ; New York and Florida Limited PO. 32-/101II'
,
; *. lIe want goodlooks The Fertilizer House of Florida vestlbuied ,
4 of separate and distinct character a* # ;r C. ACUR train with compartment oa
/ good sense e Won, .
t. t., dining and sleeping cars t leave.6e.
a that the manner may know how to shape good nature, goodhealth. Jacksonville Fla. nntine 9.150..01., Jacksonville 11.00 a m.

'. Ills course In the blackest and stormiest They usually go together.An +T v111e 8. 8unday. 81 returning arrive da01wF ) ) !
observing man learns that a woman p m. St". AUgwltln. ..40 P 01,
of nights. who i I. physically weak and nervous and in. P F M.aday
The Job of lighthouse keeper Is about capable is likely. to be ill-natured too. The u New Tork Fart :Mall No. 86, I
sweetest temper la ruined by continual THE PAINT STORE. Jacksonville BIII p. m. dally for; aroe a
a the loneliest\ way of making a living in sickness.A A 0 era point Carrie through Sleeper J*
'I'
7 vllle to New York. No. 86 arrive :Jack OJI
the catalogue of woman whose nerves are constantly
occupations. Themen- t as". 0 11-:00"01.:

tal strain has proven so great In several and racked inflammation and dragged cannot by debilitating be a genial drains com. ,_4o w C 80NPILLE Cincinnati and Florida Limited, Leave
aa+ toll
instances that the keeper: grew melancholy panloa or happy wife ; and she I. totally ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS v'mas P.onvlllee-.BOp.DI. rime a little m. Arrive over 24 Cincinnati hour. Solid 7.10J V''

to such a degree that he ended it unfitted to be a mother. I e tea / NO bule Train run via Everett Maoon, A*
These troubles prevail almost universallyamong s Mwhvtlle.W
Chattanooga. Connect for
by>> blowing out his brains. The system women largely because of carelessness of n ssre w + vine, St. Louis Chicago and all northern '".

Is now so arranged that the sudden dark and neglect. There I. no real need of 79J11 -Papers, a q westent points.
them. Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription isa % I a 7l 0 v 14 hevllle Route. Through Pullman 81ee/I /
cuing of an Important reef lamp by a positive specific for the weaknesses and t "" Car service for rinrlnnatl via Savannah,"-m
; suicide's bullet I la not probable: for two diseases. of the feminine organism. bin' Asheville., Hot Springs,Knoxvllle, ttj.kw. "/
It cures them radically and completely. Outside* Oold "Water 1iiliit. ,.uww ?"aO the celebrated. Mountain Country of
keepers are stationed,, In each light forcompany' It heals, strengthens and purifies. It is the '. 4' M f ilf.Leav Jacksonville; ode P m.

q lake, aa well as to guard I IAlalrl..t only' scientific remedy devised for this special ti ,, Jacksonville I"L.c"lc'nn"l' 9:00.7.M a. m. Returoingetdr
I. E. BAIRD ra.
Y'' purpose by aa educated skilled physician. & CO: .
the emergency of sickness. It is the only medicine that nukes Mipdda. .. a- Only Line Through the Boao i'.1 .S

I4 These two keepers of, the key lights motherhood easy and absolutely safe 83 West Day 4: Laura Sta., JACKSONVILLE: CENTRAL w Country Eacambl of Bar Middle Leave Florida.JarksontUle Paweols.SORIDA >:" tjl
for two months on a stretch seldom Mia Lauretta McNeea,of**ao(P.O.Box m\ FLA. and V L.q, for Lake CHy Live Oak '
see w......* Co., Ne.., write "I have diMontlimeM: V *1.I I Tallahassee Alver Mscool", :. JKgJ
CMIMSUUR '
I any faces except their OWD and converse ...i.. the PmcriptloD' and will not lake Paints Oils, Glass, Varnishes and Room Mouldings. f R.R. s" :New! Orleaii, and the southwest, M *
with eay more (.1pr..ent). XDlO..lIa I had DO II and Connections.KT forma and tile Tactile Coast. Carrie 8leepaa'
nobody except each other. The pain at all aad worked rrrry' day without say. aa.a? w+' No. I arrives Jacksonville s06: a. m.

lighthouses are on an average of twenty Lure bcoavmuace. had. pain whatn daring that was period.the.Oral I cannot time AW AND PLANING MILLS.Pxlatka JACKSONTfLLK!: YARD A1b/t....... otA ,AoUDA. Lavea. Jacksonville D:111 a.m. for Start..*,<...
miles front land too mach r. .. .. vu
and Pow w.
ay medicine -
ships ornekw8prtnrCalaOal(
I n
pass from ten :your especiaUy '
.*.. 'Favorite PrnerlpUoa' aad .Pleasaat Pelfeu. ,TUu E. Bay ..., Foot of Cnthevln Orlando Lembnrr. Tavares.,:: Apnp CO
to twenty miles away. The lighthousesare .' I know of a lad, who took bottle of I Lacoochee, Dade City, Mass
built of four great Iron pillars yoar as sick Prescription with.. she say. she .. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY I Holt; Rprtojf8 Route. Rt. Louts, Kansas 1"- Arrivedack.omville4le p.III. JtQ":
was like Ant City,No.
I she wa her baby AUanla. Rlnninlfham. -Leanl JacksonviUs lUll p m.Io*
1 founded deep In the coral and towering This wan her second baby. She think It a hour,to Kansas CIty. The huts Kan... City. ThmUlfb Pullman Sleeper without ch jutt1t's I
..... is
grand .Id_ Bo do L-> phis. via Ma eon. Atlanta. ,
8prlnlffl"h1.and Birmingham *
Kansas Spring
toward each Holly
other. Platforms of steel Manufacturer of 8x0 .. 'Ity. :No 06 return ,
'
arrives l
Dr. Pierce has had a lifetime of experience -IAa" .1aekaon"UI for JaokBonvllle 9.00 a m. (lit
I kind the'pillars in this berland Sound.ea0p 8""lck by the Cumberland ana s
Route teamer
tagether
sleeping and particular field. His 1 o-page *

storage room are' constructed and the Sense Illustrated Medical book Adviser", "The People's contain Common several Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. 7, eoP.sero 11:00: P. M.-Loea1-LoeaJ for for Tallahas Eft"ctoae,. and tOnaeetloa la ta for BmDlwlcl. S..rtea. and 2 akk":15 ...led''
lamp all. The 'Tampa..d Arnie.1.,1<8Oa" e p.
crown *< place I Is not peril. chapters devoted to woman's Throuh Sleepers for Clacillnati'atermedl.te point, Pu"mau\ .Iaepen. ArriveJack.onvUl.f'Jj|
one, but In storm must be what the .."-7. paper-bound copy. be.sikfreeae A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring ceiling YIIIe 1.40 p. na., .rrl'l.. CJuclnaatl 1.111.via". q rWeareaJsoluoarlllsns. SJMJ p. m. arrive
colored receipt 01 n one-cent .....pe.. pay the siding, mouldings, shingles, For>>-.Atlanta, tyro TralDI
folk call "lonesome" to sa'nntauuy test of mailing 0111,.. Adcb &Worlds DI. lath and picket always on hand thua assuring prompt shipment Cypress .8teamo. "Manatee" from Tampa rot Dally.Bcaldentawa LearJaak.nsvfll. 1:20.. m.sad Odic: p.m.
degree. P.' uarr McdiceJUoeiaUoav, M. Y. : moulding of all Pullman RlM'JIen oa hC TraI.... and Manatee River poi a&-
a peclalty. Parlor
i' ,. pattern end far Ileac lndns. can a JaeboDYilIe dsmps
1 After two month. of service the keeper a cIoUHocIII4.,, top send 3.ie.paV I When. at home, write, ni for price; when up oar way come and see us. H. /s.: PKNNINOTON; TGWnalUp yap of I'lortda W an

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.\ INDIAN RIVElt ADVOCATE, APRIL. 1897. 3 ,f'.


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>fessiojaai Cards. CAPT. LEWIS' NEW COUNTY. tlv..l\118 made it necessary for 11M to call -Congressman R bt. W. Dnvla, of '1,

Port Pierce in the 'matter at all, for such Pala.tkl\o. has at his dUpOMnl cm lot appointments ;;DO YOU NEED, FRUIT TREES?. ,
to both West Point' nod
Lh&Na..1
WAJ.TBB a.GBABABL. was not my intention, and 1 gave no
y.Ito.auro.
Editor
Oranges
Advocate :
}( : Academy. Th. application for r. ;
grounds for It MONT
BINS A GRAHAM, i In "Publloola'8" last dash in the UABJca. these position: arc numerous,' and ;.budded Cltrn Tree at reduced prlons. Are I : .,,
the
Star nt ground on 4-yttnrotcffli.rlda
In although the places may 00 .Illlml from '
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, the commenting ADVOCATE on an mrlcle of mine In It nay Rave you time and money to be any State, Mr. Davis hits requested the Rough Lemon stocks. 3.000 of: 1
he feedersl of Potash.
them TardifT are heavy !
says my meaning was are others Parser
are
obscure Informed that, when :you need a blood. announcement to be made that the future -
ao
x i IIoirBS:From 10 to 12 a. m., with bind eights that It required eyeglasses purifier Ayer's Sarsaparilla Is tile kind admirals aud generals ,will be appointed Brown Ruby, Tangerine, Homoitaitsa, Potash. exerts. a marked influence -
and 2to4p.m. to decipher It out between Triumph and ommon Fruit 30o.
: most in favor with the medical profes from Florida. Grape. '
T1 BVILLB, Brevard Co., Florida. the lines He made a Nad salsa sion. It Is the standard and, the only neb, $20.25: per 100. on the quality! and quantity

ix.108. tlon when be Imagined that he.covered t: blood-purlfler admitted at the"Chicago HMMHHWHHM-MMMMM Boon 's Early A Mott's Blood OOo. of.' the fruit, Florida soils ,,
I wanted AGENTS-$25 to $50 week .
courts-state a courthouse somewhere about per ellY.Tou eacb, *10 100.
I In all the and fed World's Fair per '
practice my back yard. Right there, I draw the work right around borne. A brand Satsuma and Mandarin, 40o. each. being largely' deficient in Pot

llal facilities for examining and perfect dead line on him. In the first place I new thing.: Write to usquick t You Lamb Orange, BOo. each. of .
Married men reflect just as much as ash a heavy application a
pd titles.r neither said or implied anything about a will be surprised at how canny U can be Seedless (Grape. Fruit, OOo.\ each, $41) {
P "SWwMSB ,bachelors do only they do dbne. Send address, fertilizer less
courthouse. In the next place, I am don't4dare us your anywayIt per 100. containing not

CARY-ELWES,' squarely opposed to locating a Courthouse it out loud. will be to your Interest.investigate. Atno all of the varieties of peaches than ia9T ofActual

about my back yard, or any little A woman's Idea of indulgent bus- Write to-day. AddressPeople's," that are known to be best suited to this ; ,
NOTARY PUBLIC- obscure grassy village or hamlet The I an i 3041 Market St., Philadelphia,. Pa. South Florida section Including the
country 18 too far advanced In band Is one who never asks her what Free Stone Potash.
STATE 'AT ,LARGE. development [ new Orange poach, that .
taxes paid for non- to talk about locating county seats becomes of the change. Master Sale.UNDER originated In Orange county, and Is the I
Lpewritlng, in a wilderness* of grass and rubbish I.vi best peach jet out for this section -
Vents and accounts collected best f
the I
Jents, People who would be compelled to atop When the blood is kept pureand the and by virtue of a deoree of fore **" JAMES MOTT should be made. '
[eto. Correspondence solicited. and sale Issued out ol the Circuit '
lusville, '-' Florida. over floor would call for rooms on the third system thoroughly invigorated: by the i:; Court for Brevard county,.In a cause therein ORLANDO NCTWEBT Prop'..., groves in the. state will bear .;4' 1
to get out of reach of wild cats use" of Ayer's Sarsaparilla, sudden depending, wherein ;J. K. Herpes Is complalnancand -
and snakes. Such idle speculations changes of temperature and extremes of ii..J. Titan la defendant) I will Winter Haven, f(la. testimony to these facts. t
INOR JONES sell at poblla auction, the highest and best ..
S. t would probably do for New Mexico Art- to ,
beat and cold characteristic of certain
so j
bidder for cash In front of the court housed AnsbaiiiPMaAihsmallseritsweevacwalm.pn '
tons or some such other place, but we climates are rarely attended with' Injurious >01'a'TituavlUev Via.,during the legal hours ._. ... th. but faces la. the UatiMl St.wu at,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. of a more civilized brand would beg to results. Take It now of sale,upon the HODGES & GODFREY *. .fc.a ""'*book wklch> wwe P bath sod will...dlyIIaI1Into i
be excused. FIRST MONDAY IN MAT, A D tsar, ; 5.ayam.riaAwbowalah.kilt.. + + '

[7SVILLE BREVARD CO. FLA I will! state my standpoint, so that the following described real estate of the defendant GERMAN KALI WORKS. juj
Publicola will not have to use his deciphering !- You can always tell a college girl Iby situated In Breyard county Florida :Manufacturer: of'' M Naw.ii S,..Mew YoA. J
to-wit All of lot four (C) of section 87, sons JI
terrible
the she makes to -
aunty Judge of Brevard County. glasses to find Its latent mean. struggles pronounce talnlng81 semi,more or less; Also the _lit. I

lop: lIe says a neighbor of mine made the R In February. balf southwest quarter of southeast quarter Yellow Pine Lumber .- .
I of section 81, Alsobeginning NATIONAL .
a proposition to extend the line south so containing twenty wires; gHomeSeekers
When wakes and on the shore of the Indian River'ten '
a woman up cross,
D. L.,. DODSON, as to include Lake Worth, which was so feet north of the northwest corner. of lot S, section t..
preposterous out of sorts, she has probably heard her BOUGH *. DIUC88ED: eon.ge .
., that it only provoked a I'll thence eaa. 70 yard, th..no.'l\Ooth IV M
eDENTIST. smile. Now let west TO yards' to> the shore of In n..... .
us see whether it was husband talking In his sleep and oouUTnt. r."Ri: .:: Boa. .
,them meandering the shore of the ( 1
preposterous or not'' and size up the make any sense out of it. '' Indian River north to the point of commencement Fruit a vegetable Crate REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. '
value of his smile In the first place, I and containing-one-fourth of au acre, .
Office over postofflce.frsviLLE more or ,less,with biilfillnin thereon. Lumber delivered at say .of Indian River
ask him to take dose of the medicinehe
a Coloring Easter Eggs. I'' on through MM of luting. Anyone ooutaroplaDInir -
All of the above land being situated In section : :: -
prescribes for his that building on the KM Coast would do well .o
neighbors, IT, township as.south range 38 ew.l, to l
,. FLOBIDA. being one breath of unselfish air. and aprt-80 R. FREEMAN HALL. wrltefor prlces. TheSassnifl1.situatedontheJ..r. \ _Exchanging property for Property' a;
A K.W. 8
miles
Ky., south of kUtkk.
see where it will land him. Where did Easter eggs can be colored with aniline -- ---- Specialty.. Send Description of what

L..GAULDEN, these special boundary: lines originate, dye. It should be diluted to the proper Special Master's Sale. Sat umalllgb ,Putnam co.Fla. you have, and what you want.

and where is all the opposition to any shade and the eggs boiled In It. Green, '
ATTORNEY change even if we have to make Dade FLORIDA.
T-LAW Indian
the color of hope and resurrection is NDflt a final decree of foreclosure and sale Notice to Creditors.THncreditors MALABAR River
wait
county two before U
years we can
rendered March 83rd. 11WI. by tile Hon
practice In ail the Courts of the State open our arms for her; and for what particularly appropriate, but a varietyis John D. Broome,Judge of the fth Judicial' O. C. CARROLL, Syr
rlda,and the United states Court Circuit of rio.-lda, In for the of the Mtte of Gideon.CoI",..
special' Is all this blue sitting Chancery +
purpose plotting pleasing-red, pink, pale yellow Real .Estate Agents ,
of Lake In before himpendlngwbereluWilliam .
>!Box,28II. cause fake alo:1: : : : .
TmJSVILLE JLA.Honey Unselfish, did you l y1' May the Lord and purple. Eggs can be boiled hard, \ Mo<<;abe Is complainant will 'f'
to Loan. 1. help you; let us pray. water-colors and J. W. Northrup as sheriff of Lake laid estate baa suggested. the IDlUtvenoJ. at the
Suppose we a with the and painted In with a county and ez-offlolo administrator ot the ass ame,
get county The and Com
Wherefore laid creditors and all persona Largest Most '
Wm. Lee and the
of deceased
FREEMAN HALL, boundaries as proposed by the aforesaid single spring flower, as a primrose or a tate heirs of said Apthorp Apthorp are defendant, the un. haying; olalnu against laid eiitate win lie rqnlretl ...

I unselfish crew. What would we butterfly, also a symbol of,the resurrect derslgned a* Special Master In Chancery, will, to appear before me,on ot before plete Establishment South. ,
ATTORNET-AT-LAW have but a narrow strip of river front, during the legal hours of sale,on Tile FIRST DAY Of JUNE, 18VT
ion. should be arranged in nests
& INSURANCE AGENT I only partially settled; and, as I have said They MONDAY MAY ant, HOT' win bll'b with.me their laid claims' >or payment. GEO. S HACKER & SON ,
of German children' believe that "
before, not wide enough to allow a pub- moss. at tbe front door of the court house, at Tavares, ,
This Uth: day of November, ISile.MINUS .
Itusvllle Florida. Lake Florida, offer for sale for cash at
lie road without a rumpus with a bAck the Easter eggs are laid by hares, so reps public county auction,the lands. described In said de 8.J_... III
presenting all the best and strong country fairly adapted for raising bear resentatldns of this little animal are ONe,ores much thereof.. may be necessary to E.O.'t'Y1mAL", County JallKa i

Insurance Companies Is preparedrite deer, wild cats, and now' and then a often placed 'on them, or near them. ...tlllf11&14 decree, whloh are a* follows I Administrator. novjoto-uiylM:
Lot U of section Iota II,6,8 and'13 of sec.
lines 22)
> to
any' amount, anywhere, razorbaok hog; not even a place fit for a Painted butterflies, mounted on wire, tlon al t and Iota of section M, all In township .
|he East Coast. courthouse. My proposition is, at the can be made to hover over the nest: 81,south of range 86 east,containing 3W.M acres '"
proper time, to try and secure a division more or less; Also lot 4 and north-half of lot. I .
BAY "' of Brevard and Dade counties and S, being northeast quarter of southwest
IATWE DADK Couarrr extending
and northwest of southeastquarter
quarter quarter '
W. EWAN, the north boundary line somewhere F. Deafness Cannot be CuredBy section 13; and north-half of "southwest : ,, '. ..

U., S. about Fort Pierce. If Fort Pierce 18 quarter of section 8*, all. In township !W.
COMMISSIONERNotary SLI4 i
south of range 84 east, and : *:
: Public State at Large. anxious to come In on those conditions, local applications, as they cannot acres more or less; also lot 10r section 83, In .
which-Is doubtful, we will apoint a committee reach the diseased portion of the ear. township 19,south ot range 86 east)'and north- I 1
Lands .Selected; Conveyances made. to Investigate her case. And to There is only one way to cure deafness, west quarter of northeast quarter,of section Id, "
THEPLANT
solicited. Address In township 18,south of range 8T east, containIng ...... 1.
frespondence : extend the lower line about Lake Worth. remedies. .a.a-
constitutional
and that Is by
:, ;M M acres,more or less| all the foregoing.,.
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, Then, we would have a county Instead I Deafness caused by an Inflamed condition hud situated In Lake county Vlorlda
Office, ,Kwan's Landing.EcrE of a little family affair. I of the mucous lining of the Eustachian Also lot 1 and north-half of lot y,of section 88, : 11}
If Publicola Is correct In his surmise In township U,south of range INN east, containing '
Tube. When this tube gets In- : acres,and situated in Putnam county Manufacturers of
W. ALLEN about the county seat"of Dade being flamed you have a rumbling' BOund or JTlorlda.
moved in the next two years, he Is evidently imperfect hearing and when it is entirely .Also the east fractional part ot lot 8, In section '
1.In DO. south of 88 east Doors .Sash Blirids
township
mistaken in his surmise In.regardto closed deafness the result, and unless containing 87.M acres t and the east fractional SYSTEM.Notice ;,
ATTORNE. -AT-LAW, our senator's position about county the Inflammation can be taken 'Out and part of lot 1, In section 14, In township 30, southof I
division. If the county seat of Dade i 18 this tube restored to Its normal condition range' 88 east, containing 88 sores* both a
: last mentioned situated In Brevardcounty lou dlq and Building Material. -
West, Florida. moved from Juno, It is perfectly certainit hearing will be destroyed forever; tracts ,"Iortda.Term. '

.Ill practice. In the United State will not stop short of Miami. Any- nine oases out of ten are caused by ca- .cash Purohaaer to-pay for titles' Office and Warerooms,. King, Opposite
I State Courts thing short of that would be as ludicrous tarrh, which is nothing but an Inflamed J. M. CHENEY, to Travelers. l '
:. 9JunOIR. as talking about moving our seat to City condition of the mucous surfaces. Special Master In Chancery Cannop Street, I. ,;

Point. We will risk our senator on! We will give one hundred dollars for Arthur F.CMlla ---t- ')

1) F. H. HOUGHTON,: that point. He may not be just ready any oaee of deafness (caused by catarrh) Solicitor Complainant._ aprtaoMaster's (f you contemplate a trip to any point ,Charleston, 'S.. C. \
yet, but we will soon have a corner on that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh ) ,
him. 'tan of North,. East, West or to any Florida :'
Cure. Send for circulars, free.F. Sale. >
DENTIST. My position is, that Dade county Is as J. CHENEY A CO., Toledo, O. point, for reliable Information, through Sash Weights Cord aad; .

sadly in need of a division as Brevard Sold by druggists, 75o. of decree of fore. schedules I
and by virtue a rates and most convenient :
and when the proper time conies, the UNDER and sale Issuing Out of the Circuit r; \
ytona, ,- Florida. question Is, will we open our arms to receive Court for Brevard county, In a cause therein write to the undersigned, who will Hardware .
STRANGE SEA MONSTERS. pending,wherein George I).BalD Is the com '
will
her or she her arms to receive -
open James T. Bandera and others are all letters and
O. FRIES, 0. E. us. Publioola had better wait to "AN defendants,I will sell at public auotlon In front answer promptly, give Window and Fancy Glass ?i,
see whose arms are to be opened, or he 'I'he Sting star and tb. a.a Lizard- of the court house door, at Tltuavllle, duringthe you any necessary Information.The .

COUNTY SURVEY may pick up more than' he can con- Qnr Cutonten.The .of the skate May legal,IHV7,hours to the of sale highest upon and the best first bidder Monday. for In Routes offered via tile Plant A BPEOIAI.'Y.' : '
Dade will be member .
veniently hug.: If surely sting ray- cash, the following described real estate situated ''
and legally surveyed and lu -dlvlded. ready In two years as he says she will family, J* a dangerous inhabitant of In the town of Tltusrllle,.County of lirevardtowlti System; the equipment and excellent. I P 'j

I would hold fat band andgiven Choice ,p<
suggest we a The largest specimens
ipplng neatly done. Estimates for Florida waters. Lot eight((8))of block IT,according" to the map service, &1'e'''unsurpassed by any ,Ine. I
Issue at that time. I am afraid to of the kind, weighing from 400 to GOO of J. Francis Le Baron obgether with the nine- ; Liquors I
kinds, of engineering works. Dlated risk our open arms for them two years live at great depths and are room dwelling house upon ..Iellot, and all the Through) Sleeper. are operated on all Wlneq"
pounds
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I fence.,out-bonnes, etc.
pumps
Improvements 'Ii
[ lines a specialty. hence, the loads might break our have backs seldom found inshore, but ray. from 80 : thereon. 8&1,110' Is on the northeast corner of trains of this System Insuring Luxury, jI ., and Cigars. "' ,
and in the meantime\ we might ,, a of
Palm and South streets .1
often encountered near : Guaranteed Pure. !
to 40 pound are Comfort and.every convenience
and str.ei lea, feet I'alm
court house In our arms no room W feet on South by on
BASTIAN, Brevard Co., FLORIDA.. for Dade. If Publioola will take another the land, and native consider them to itreet. DL.OAULDEIf. Addre88. Sold reduced "

breath of unselfish airs and explain why be fully a* dangerous as the octopus or prices lit.
R. L. TODD
n1ed".A.; 'JYan: he is so bitterly opposed to having any the much dreaded blue shark. ap :.ao special! Master. Imported. !,

n every section at once to sell staplpas < thing to do with Dade county as to con- The fish is a large, broad, flat bellied 1 XT-ANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR DUr. Pass.'Agt, Tokay Wine, .:

to dealers; no peddling; experience alder a reference to It preposterous hence and creature,pith eyes of a golden tint,4a YV women'to travel for responsibleestablished or C. H. HOWARD, City Pass. Agt. from Italy. "
In the same breath say two years sharp spearlike appendage at the end house Florida. Salary "
necessary; best side line. '7 .OO anth. Ip Fla
Salary and expenses or large he ,will receive her .with open arms, of the back and a long, slender tail that 1780 and expenses. Position perman-- 4 Jacksonville. : John B. Toghi.

omission made. Address, with 2 cent he will open up a mystery that will reminds one much of a blacksnaka whip. ent. Reference. ' *
mp for sealed Particulars,Clifton Soap startle the natives. I don't know howto This whip tail serve a* a lariat with tamped envelope. The National, Star Metropolitan Saloon, m East Bay 8C. E r
account for it unless he Is waiting to .F
?i Manufacturing Ohio.y Company, Cinclnu get his court house In order to receive which an' enemy nay first be lassoed, Insurance Jlldg., Chicago. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.r''

her. 0, consistency thou art not only a and then the barbed spine flnishe the ... Wholesale'and lUtalL._

jewel, but two jewels. His standpoint Wo'l1by; lacerating the victim in a .'

will yon buy bitter nauseatlnc' reminds one of a whisky jug lecturingon frightful manner.' The sting ray S. a "

Ice when Grove's Tasteless Chit temperance, he seems to be apprehensive villainous creature from, any point of WEAK MEN MADE VWOROUS !

10 Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup.ar that the public suspects view and has no friend in this or any "southern" :.. Jf
AIw
> druggist U authorized to refund him of political a peratlonl. He Deed other latitude. ,

money in every base where it fails toe. not be alarmed, as his standpoints In the In the Atlantic ocean between the

Price 60 .. last campaign clearly showed he hal and the
cents. 23-10-97( shore of the Bahama island .
taken a drive beneath the foaming waves -I------- ._. .
oblivion Florida coast there live a strange creature .
to the uttermost depths of political
\ AN'TED-I'AITBFUL MEN OR and and all that Is known a* the glaoon, or sea lizard.It tODDKAWXVO E. 1 DAY. a DA'G OaL
obscurity, po- ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST 60
V. women to travel for responsible Ideally left of him is a few feeble bubbles \ .Is. seldom if ever found near the Will? PrFFcR'$ !EIY Old! '

a Wished, house in Florida. ,Salary floating on the surface, which he is land, but seems to prefer deep water and other 1 fs1. ?ou resale m.eboldu old NInyelef '

10 and expenses. Position permanent. explaning In the newspapers about a hoi sea, especially wheN a strong cur WJEaOVCUI POW1ax :BOOK. CAM. DoraroCTOlUTJOmrAB oAMJ' I .ae.ererd .... er-/!, i

ference. Enclose self-addressed county division rent exist" It i* well known that this VJMTIBUMP TBAPT*. 1.le.nw.ar. 113w11
OOAOHM
coped envelope. The National Star division else ad MICE%i..
I When this question of county portion of the gulf stream crowded, in e.... .seen ,, ..Lein sad
urance Bldg., Chicago.' Jan2 ,W came up which from Publicola' admission between the Bahama and Florid i* ,,,r., wards la. a/tr.eeec"us/ ne +

Is two ;years in advance of his rapid, and therefore the conditions WEST. Do r.'IMsS,w lei npuea.sonvtaMYnbalN sr mdk lu. o on v'Cbe0 n-
his for the battle very NORTH: EAST m>> ILp5.e
readiness to arms veeutpqQs.r Nr
-What-do need In the of open here to h.f
lizard oICsi
yon; i way so favorable fe>*be sea are ;
elopes,; note and letter head., bill ; of I found the Fort investigation Pierce beat proper thafoutilde it- be found to a greater degree than elsewhere THREE DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE KAsVT.. boa a. s rue ", w alael i ll lllaIliJa
ads '
statements cards etol
e shall, be glad to,have tags a,share of, ;your was considered, for the present, merely in the known world. boa New York and Florida Limited, iiYtlfJ/WtW"i .... A

rk. a political joke, and we are all sorry A* a substitute for fore legs it two and tem LimIted "
.S9utbwet ,
A Washington Sold by J. B. Bcreven, only. I
'nbllcola has seriously taken the matterto broom shaped fan, and from about the .

The Walton Rapid Calking Machine heart. He may have something. to middle of the body, including the tail, And th.United States Past Mafl.01LT ., ,.. %

one, $61.Na two, '10; No. three, $18 lay about his petition signers.*I will re- there are,several more fins that spread ," WAIHIVOTOV. .. l s
TO 1VIRIeNog.
fer him to the fate of our friend Wooten 81 HOUB3 JAOIBOrVILLE *
Louie Post-Dispaboh
St.
tn.viDe, Fla.We r out like a f an. ,
who started out on the petition hobbyon : OILY M HOUR JAO. SOimi.B TO VBW YOu: l

have just received another snp- the road question. He noc only' secured ....TesHfeaJed Train eefBBoa .I.,Ieee IrapfovedJ..llnia glawptat Cue! aaul- H.*Bl a.II .

of fine of tobacco seed 418 signers, but would receive no MAW CM ...CJan tk t.w Tank .I.C:r.tttmonr ,
very grades blue-blood VAsal HTIT.Tam.il proek.l l ...., M& A )
c" will be given away to any; person kristocrccy lames bat,the and genuine then got] pure turned, down If wHHM WOBCAJT. AMUSEDInlwMvlwllVljf "THE CINCINNATI AND'FLORIDA,LIMITED."'
o will
plant it on the East Coast. Call

r send stamped-addressed envelope for by a mere handful A Co. of Petitions Bach t,are men bad.. RIGHT PMsV ....T Tralalf.I.YlDe..a- .."via Everdb A/taaeandpNWeog." d' j c
me to the AtfvocATK office.tFERRYS. Jolmes, lioke OIVOIIVATL '
currency. It may have been the common lox' TEE BSAT PAT fiVBSK OP. OILY 34 BOna JAOX80BTILLE TO RAG rosad

people were not sufficiently advanced ..--.lID FOR auauuz BEXVZCK.TaeCesmoeellia OILY M HOURS JAOT80HVILLE TO LOUISVILLE. OOP RO-Y. ... 4

to deal with snob hightonedblood M..........lua sy JonWAUuav BsMrt trmjiif-f-B aw. CBKtAOO. CLSTBLAin Moris) UfDIAWATOUO.Wee. DITBOIT $T.. PAUL AayoM B,sketob and mmtft\im auurqiuatlr
as Mr. Wooten fired on them. At Brew wishes W .... a quarter end alt s>oia. .. anU t.pe.rfw fra*,"b.eqIMr a* laveastosiie80IEMTIFIO .
....... !
ha clU.UI almdy be l_
all event, petitions are uncertain guns, 015.Wioro_ ihI tlI q naden.eMereed THKOUOH BLEEPCTO OAKS JAOUOIYILLB'TO ST. LOUIE ? e os.d srti1. ea.es.swCo.s.f.a.NIMY

When you &II they are liable to shoot either way. By srir.il. q-I ia HM _.\4... "1.....ekaaf*.We.....**.AManka,Mrsnam*-'"A Holly Sprta**. .."- ta taMe teenm.!Mesa. 0s. ....... '
We like the people of Fort Pierce very IT IS PKBPARBD TO FAT tIAVb. e1rr. .u.te I. .
plant see Ja, plant much, and will keep our sympathies on SOMBX.T FOR AaaiBTAK' XOKDJOUSD. ONLY, 36 HOURS TO ST.; LOUIS. AMERICAN .
and free of .HI.. .. H.Ur .. ..tnr*--toy.with the 5$. .....Csw. ,
tap for them day night, It wishes CBS SMrrlOw. ol hi- Off aaa vmi a's" "r u.- daily --.me. Is 1Ieaotttf.IIY 0...,....". lars.r/ ./.alsuas ..' ;

charge,'and hope ,they will be able and to one reliable man or woman la nary ASHEVILLE ROUTEa a-t........tilt A.Y.vW.,......She .e....M.s_ N ba ..PMICIUPI'eJJ...... '......-. i",err JlIt,< t

weed their way out of the grass town mgr ooontrv district. ov Boost d.o ,
crab in course of time; but we can't afford Biaimfaotaiinf wStabllBhixMBtBtato. lII"fIrI "LAND OP THE SKY ; MUNN A CO.,

to manufacture a new county for no All taatMM is roqairtd of any N t..... .......... ........s w rwrv.M.1y .... ......r /I H" .rewdw.v. Mew Terfe.
the best.. them out of 1y......---- w \ ?
but to
Always, !get ilusss and --
practical siiis .
purpose raUabCUrotrk.
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Do w have ever been charged of trying to mls- work yew are engag*d. tt wUJ. psy I IJO'I I..a. 'G n Pafla Acto. Sis We 4 stay Mr***, 3aekj'> 'Ot.. .,. W..o :!'":

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,r.; ,.", w. ::8.! :DAWSON
I much but there,area
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'. ADY06d'IE. rI possibly too so, ,
-+,110111 RISER
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should liketo
few improvements we '
: 'I t .1IT8.1 see before we are entirely satisfied. .

,i I :. e A..,..It LY JOOBlf Jib PKTOTKD TO_ : I In the first place we I ''f.' OFHCirr OF TRB IVDIAV BIW, LAZE both to mitigate the CLOTllING11is i01LIQ fill

, ;':;'
' I .'- H. VALTOH, Edltor&Pawpietor. the white!, shell streets, and to Improve
1 : the appearance of the town ; ,

. Ch ok,.to.,may: be made payable CHAmLwiH. secondly, we want the unsightly 1 119 West Bay St.,, Jacksonville, Flag
t WAfres,publisher and pro]>rt>tor. shanties and fire-traps on WashIngton Stock on He East Coast.

') -----,---- & Renaker'a avenue,building Just north either of Lesley removed Jjjggest Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Ban

: : I.. .SBvaa.tL boarding house Jkeeperaof or better still, entirely; demolished and Florida Cigars
/ have been fined,f 10 each ..A,1Il Mexican
' 1' Boston ; thirdly, we want factories ..., .
I y \ for.putting oleoodargerltw instead to increase our population,,! ... .' .' -- FA.JNcGIio
.. :Of butter on their tables, 'If that and add to our revenue, and law strictly curried f I Per Gallon upwards. I handle no oj'
t Boston, was them'we should offer inducements \'. \ IF:: WHISKEYS from $2.00 Compound
i *' out in .Florida, what an Increase which will make it wort hUe to ." lltullih nr- Price List upon application. Tour Jog Trade Solicited |
; there would be in the state treaer'wry. locate in our midst; founlfry to lpn"", u t If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city wfjjj

'III' keep our winter visitors with us '", : Y III rJ : 1 I
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.", ,' --- ---- we need a first-class hotel,possess k -- \ \ "-

; ri'" t- '"To'OBTKB ptJbllo 'opillion and' ing all the facilities to render the \ III
t p II make it racy of the soul;" is peculiarly place, and vicinity sportsman's fI > & Summer Goo
) the mission of what-for paradise, which it is by nature; as I Spring
.! want of :a better term-it called well as an attractive resting' place .
'} \ w i the -country press. There, is no 'I for the tourist, which it might
'"' in the' development very be made '''fifthly, we
:
more potent agent easily ; I
i.' of state pride than 'the state want the world to know that there To Storekeepers Only ;;--. ..... ..

I t' press; nor la there any force more is such a place as Titusville, coun- .. '
/
1 potent upon public ppintan aa to.i' seat of Brevard county, Florida; 'Stock
t' ty We now have a Complete of the aboYe.u uGocds
;(Itl political isaues. that it is still in the march of I .,. 'to I
and proposes to"stay there .
progress III. at Low Prices.
WE Acknowledge, with thanks, and keep with the procession; r. / ,
".i'' from Senator 8. PMCO and Con. that, though it has received some It is a Grave MIstake.ofI' Mosquito Nets, on frames and in the piece, fine meshes; Sand-fly nelfc
"Re- bfows" it bas alwayscome Sdreen cloth Cotton Crashes for Suits; Straw hats; Wash Cottonades; Sum
gres m.oRobt. W. Davis; a pretty severe White goods, Ducks etc. We keep, everything
'J l Lawns; Wash goods, usualr
: a porj on the Fisheries of Indian up smiling for" the next TO BDY YOUR DRESS GOODS. demand; are prompt In shipments, and aim to give best value for the tn
d )'!:' River,'.' Congressional Record," and round, and has 'every intention of . Liberal dealings our motto.BENEDICT'POLLAK. ,.

t a; "Debate; on Credentials ef lion. being in at the finish. & CO., i iQ2
::.J .John A. ndereon," who was recently We are'not' given to boasting unduly '' '
I,p .' appointed by Governor of our town; nor 'do''' we aggrandize Without First Sending to 34 & 36 W. Bay St. 'JacksonvillePi f

N Bloxoanj AS a senator from. Florida it with the name of"city,"
to fill the,vacancy caused by rea- and as we have said above we'' ,are '
;
?. 11 son'of the expiration of tbe term tolerably contented with our-condition's The .Store JAMES PBITCHABD, President; W.Cashier.MI; BROWN, Vice-president' :
Surprise C. S. ,Schuyler,
of Senator Call.Ir'k'e. and surroundings as .we
L find them.to-day but with the

. to think tb.at'l\1r' above suggested adjuncts and Im INDIAN RIVER. STATE BAD

': Flagler would ..lik.e.to, see a mew projements carried out, we should ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA
" ,, cdunty made on the East*Coast tot be more contented than ever; and ,
(Incorporated under the Laws of_the State of Florida.)
t be' called '"Flaglw county Mr. we venture to hope that it will not I' .
FUglor" is so retiring and .modestIn be long ere 'some of them, at any Eon SAMPLES of the many Authorized capital, $100

Jaia ,pretentious that \1t would rate, are undertaken. Paid up capital, $25,(
i.. certainly be aaalnat his -twleh to .__J .:cmc.: : tF Average deposits, $150,0

link tola name with a county, /however INDIAN RIVER'S FISHING NEW,. AND STYLISH GOODS = .

.I' much our pepple felt inclined INDUSTRY.A Transacts a General Ba
,to fellow that couree ,lIe hu cer- \ .,
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-- .. Business.
'. r taialy.done a great deal for .the .
? ,' report on the fisheries of 'Indian SHOWN THERE.*** I
b but from
East Coast general; Rivet, by J. J. Briee, U. 8. Largest and Oldest Bank on the I
have found p J
we .
personal experience, Commissioner Fish and Fisheries I'i :" .: .
pin a gentleman of.great modestyone to+before ui. The report i f. full of It Is the'* Largest as well ia the most Up-to-Date Store In the State, and an Exchange sold on-all Foreign Cououk

r) who dea 'e8.nopral.e for.tthid Abe Interesting statistics, showing the Order Senior a request for.Samples, receives prompt attention the day received.Proprietor > DIRECTORS j'J
4 werk he has done on
I great ( of the since it W.B.BARHETTPtMUlor
growth industry was "; AS.PRITOH4BD. (
' coast. ,. eo J.. 'UU' ES 'ES. the National Hank ot JaclnonvilMlJDOBKKB
? established in 1885, by the openingof !: (Vice-President National Bull
an oyster business by Mr. Geo. of the Surprise Store Jacksonville), and W. M. BROW
e'
'' TUB.EX newspaper .mep ''were do't. W. Scobie, who is still one of the ', COlUUI:8PONDKNTB.Seaboard : .

the race f4r'l1re.ard .oounty's >tax leading fish dealers on the river. ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. r National Bank National of onvlUeewTod d
list tide year, bud the Cocoa and In 1893 the building of the F. E. C. '
; : ;jRockledge. ews was tke successful R'y. resulted I, many- more fish 1..X".rUSVILLE: ; .FLA.

t' .\ one. The ADVOCATE promised houses being established at points The J. T. & K. W. RYe Sale., TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN
; y; to make aa effort 'to secure the further south, until in 1895 there -; 4f Away to any person who will plant It

( publication of the tax'' list this' were 19 fishing firms ,with headquarters The Jacksonville, Tampa and Key In Brevard office,county.Titusville' Call'at, and get the some.ADVOCATE MIAMI -

1f, year -havingiad: it last summer.!, at the following places :. 'West Railroad, ordered sold under. decree Or, lend stamp to pay postage.U. + .*
This was distinctly understood by] Titusville, Cocoa, Eau.Gallle, Mel- of the United States Court in Jacksonville .
,,lf all the cotspetitors'and* i County, bourne, Sebastian, Fort Pierce,I to satisfy a claim of the Pennsylvania -
t o Commissioner but ,still ebmqfriendly ; Eden, Jensen and Stuart.In Company for the granting of S. Department of Agriculture .

?, jCoqatj'CoBimlualoner, kep 1895 the Indian River fisheries annuities and the Insurance of lives, Weather Bureau-:Jupiter, Fla. Town Lots Now on Sal
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gave employment to persons, which sale was postponed from the first The following a comparative state'
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II' Tothevlctprbelonge'I representing an investment of 941,. Monday of last month to the' first Monday tnent of temperature,and rainfall for the
' ?I the Spoils," so the Cocoa and.Rock1 512.00, and "yielded 2,659,815 Ibs. In this month en account of no bidders week ending Tuesday, Apr. 6, 1S07. A. .E General For
' 1 ledge News has our congcatula-: of.fish product, of a total"v.lue of being present, was .again offered -1807- -1896- KINGSLEY Agent
, tfons. $37,657.00. Tbe oatch of mulletin for.ale Monday morning: at public auction ATB. MAX MIN.. MAX MIN .. ,
: Dennis Eagan and C. S. Adams, 31 78 71 79 71 Tuttl
that year amounted to 1,610,869 by 1 79 64 75 Mrs. Julia D.
71
.' :L: OUR'STATE, GOVERNMENT, I pounds, ) and the special the government master In building the case,,but in there frontof 2 72 67 85 68
bought
pompano In a- sum of being*o bidders present the sale was, 3 ,77* 69. 66 60
The SoJons of Florida assembled $!),47&00i the.total weight caught again continued until the first MondayIn 4 8 80 75 67 70 -70 73 61 CHOICE. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE 1; PROPERTYIn

'; on Tue d.y'lalt'' to improve our being, 140,000 pounds. main May lines*. of The the property Jacksonville,Includes, Tampa the f 6 81 60 74 64 61S all parts of the Town.., .Carefully' Selecte
present laws, make new ones, and .Evidence goes to show that the' and Key West Railway, together with Total rainfall for the week: 0:80: Inches .
,r' attend to the needs and wishes of stock of mullet in the river is amt the branches, lands right-of-way etc. Departure from normal rainfall for the ,Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
,( ,the people they'are sent .to .Tallahassee pie to supply the present demand, but It does not include the lands grantedby week: plus '0.31.. Inches. Departure :I\.riaD1i River ''
y' I to represent. It la to be but the commissioner advises the acts of the Legislature and not from normal rainfall since January 1, ,and 33ay BisCRYDi
used the said railroad company. plus 6.10 Inches. : D21"
restrictive with i by Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors
hoped that this wijl be" greater measures a
a working
The property was first ordered sold on J. W. CHONK, Observer. .
session, and.that much good will, view to the_ probable increase in the first :Monday In April, 1800, but as Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORID
accrue to the state from t. ,liberations of the legislator. There brought about cheaper express until the first Monday'' In May, WANTED to travel for responsible OR .
't 1 are many reforms that "are absolutely and freight rates, cheaper ice, and then again of to that the first'and Monday on the first November established house In Florida. Salary

I '' needed, and among the most tke development of the salted mul. Monday In last .ontb', and lastly to-day, ent.$780.and Reference.expenses.Enclose Position perman
necessary are the establishment of let industry. but at neither of the sales has a bidder self-addressed
stamped
The
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envelope.
+Y reformatories for youthful and less Pompano has greatly decreasedin been present and the sail has to be Insurance Bldg., Chicago. Star 'l
said that the
carried It is main
since over.
hardened criminals change in number, especially 1894! ,
reason why a purchaser for the above .
' the convict system, a thorough revision the diminution being generally at- property has not been found latthat_ the e1 ,. """'- I ."
k of the election laws and laws tributed to the freeze. ,A''close property is I subject to the lien of a certain J. S. JOHNSON CO. .\ 'I ,!. : 11
'; with the object of improving the seasoa is suggested as soon as the first mortgage bonds aggregating to ''h"" "

N If* .blgbro ds throughout the tate. spawning time of this fish is ascertained the sum will of be$2,212,000 required: ,to which assume the as purchaser an Manufacturers of ., :r-.t( I'f. .if' jr', ;

'' ,"rhe responsibilities that attach torthe which is probably in Aprilor Indebtedness The first mortgaged; ....Fishing
position of a legislator are nu May. Sheepshead, trout and bondholders have petitioned the United Supplies....
onerous and heavy lie is put lit bass are holding their owd, and do States Court for a receiver In the case THE BEST. LIQUORS for the Least Money. I
I Interests but
,
to represent their as yet If
rtkat place by tbo will of the peo- not seem to have suffered from the no action has been taken by the court
pIe, and his work is paid for by freeze, nor from the two extensive the a .
There ha been a rumor going; at
the people, and Itt should be the use of the fish net. round that :Mr. II. M. Flagler was going dug Trade S011.9j,1Od.;

' i &i aim and ambition of each and every A. to the law prohibiting the to purchase the branch of the above line Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, Tom Rye and A Ho111o Corn, i per Gin.gal...............,..,......,., 1M up Iro. note' :R.ve.: pel' pi......... 8.00
Jaw-maker to be able to give a use of nets within a mile of the inlets from Enterprise to Titusville. In con Corks, Leads, Twines, Eto. Fishing: Cognac, Blackberry, Peach and lJOop! Caltrornia. ma.. CaaWbR.!: 'Port'
t ,. versation with Mr. Flagler, lost Saturday Tackle of. ppp .........., ........ She .aaretandA ....a1.00nrBl
the advises every Description nooks l'oollP
r .aei&tactory.ccount of his stewjtrdakip commissioner that ; loRBrandies. ... le0up Bottled Jleer. ..... ....
... p.rdos.
'a he told )\ ; .........,.
evening St. Augustine us Lines, Rods Reels : 3.00 108,00
Sinkers, Baits, etc. Imp.Sherrle". per gal.......... x.00
he the distance be extended rather OoldenCrownRye. .. .. .
when retired ut
once more emphatically that he did not Intend to per .00 Imp.Oporto Port. ......."'UOto to
Shawnee .. ...
Jnto private life. Of our own Individual than diminished{ he considers that purchase the above branch!; so the (KB- TARPON': TACKLE: A SPECIALTY. Fine Nye per gal. .......: Lie Imported Gina, per per I&f .,.......1.00 too,a
enat representative without the law and its observance ADVOCATE readers may take this for a Baltimore Md. and upwards.Imported Send aDd Key West cigars and tobaccos Cigars $1.50 per 100 t

we 'feel perfectly confident the fishing industry on Indian fact.. Will mall complete price money list with on all applloatlou.orders. AU All jugs orders 15o. per will gal.be boxed extra

ei both as to their ability and their River would soon be completely when daslret<<\ without extra charge. Send for price li.t.
J5o want to buy Cotton Seed Meal? New York-Dental
Parlors
you
will to:aerve the people acceptably destroyed. J. H. MARTIN '
; prices and buy from Little 34 & 36 W. ,Bay st.,
they ,are both workers, and men The total number of fish shipped Bro.,1.d P. Co. Jacksonville\ Fla. C JACKSONVILLE
who will command the respect of from the nine fishing centres in ----'- -- ------ FLORIDA. .

their associates; they are pledged 1895 was as follows: Titusville, ..ta.u.... t 85. and Jobber wine trade.of all kinds 01 Ligoore aI Wines and. Beere' known. io the .plnt
to do their best for tblll people who 409,710; Cocoa, 470,725 :; Eau ,

put them la office, and they will Gallic, 234,840; Melbourne, 27- L. BARBOT & CO. tt .
do It. We have no hesitation in 600; Sebastian, 103,890; Fort ,

saying thatwe, believe Brevard will Pierce, 986,110; Eden 210,300; General Commission. Permanently' Located. Schedule: Steamer Delia.8tea '.. "
be well served during this sessionof Jensen; 40,485 ; Stuart 89, 58, !3 Nearly pppo.lu Stat Bank of Florida.. ...t-- r$- As an' advertising medium,
the legislature and if sheIs, not making total of 2,573,318 pounds :a At No. II East, Bay Street. The' e' Delia commencing on paper on the East Coast can :1111"
k we shall be sadly disappointed of fish. From these figures it will i! a ,! :3 I ita ALL OPERlTlOIS Monday next, the 12th Inst., 1"111 leave.. ADVOCATK.and Give ta a a triw pIper
GUARANTEED. Tltunllle be convinced of the pink
for
11" 3 Melbourne
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be that Fort the intermed-
seed Pierce takes :
.. :a late worth.
.:s =- aa.. laaa. Frlew will be M Follo .. polite. on ondaysL Wednesdays
WHAT WE. STILL NEED IN lead aa a fishing centre, having .. -=- .. Hold rnUnlfl.......... ...,............$ l-OOAup Fridays. at 7 a. 01. Returning, lease and -
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shipped more than double the ftlMr I"t11IDp.... .... ...........,. MelbOurne
JIO tol.aa on
Tuesdays
1'1._ .. ..... .....,.,.......... Thursdays and Tim
TITUSVILLE. SL sjMtoio.oa Saturda [Remember the
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of fish Titus- drag m-
amount shipped from r.u illite ( 17 best)..... .. ........ S2.oe. to 111.80 p. vi lie, does all kl.nda GIf
of lob printing.i
t '- villa and Cocoa, the two nextlargest NEW'ORLEANS, LA. Irregularities corrected. a share of
i We are tolerably contented with shipping. points., put to- 'Mal lla.t '% e P-Your patronage; solicited. Mohair real W.want loan- on Ont 10work.]
our lot in our little southern town, gcther. nc .1 F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager. eatate mortgage. Ten percent -
\ rltatxC' co wad..iN. Phone 07U .Jacksonville free of all expe11ll8a to lender.
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YAl'It Dr."' Powell Roseland., of MIeeo.- was In Roseland F"E R TIL I J Z E R S .t/f J;


people.recently, doing dental' work.for several ,p. .

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Mr. A. |B. Morgan, manager of Ercll-
D"'E' doune Inn, during the past season, left i '
for,his home in Chicago Tuesday.Mr. SP CTAT PI ICES : ,
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W. W. Bissell, a prominent land-
owner here, left on Saturday for his : a''
home In New Rochelle, N. Y. While
NGaKrN. here he made a number Improvementson H "
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his place. ..:J5..n.eapple e-xo-w-ers... : ;:(

At last ,
twe have had some rain, and '
; the orange trees already show. the bene .. r.1 .

;' ficial effect Mr. T.<8. DraKe! appreciated hinotippl. : For1l.1:1.zors;: :: : "i
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the rain, as. he has had a cement /1.- Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to'us '; f"LI }
cistern Compounded with chemicals, suitable for the plant, and has been .
put In, and it was all ready just .a ': "
POWDERAbsolutely as the rain*"came. hiH thoroughly tested with. excellent results.GUARANTEED for prices, and we will prove to you we can save:you money. ,;\ '

i : Pure. 1 .ANALYSIS: STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE, .111 11.

Do you want to Tobacco Dust . .
buy If Ammonla..1.\[ < .B to 6 percent.P BLOOD AND BONE; ACID :
PHOSPHATE :
bated for Its' great leavening strength so, get prices and buy from Little Bros. Acid, -. .,' :<. -,..; '. a. . .6 to 7 per Dent ,I
enlthfulnewi. XsHuren the food against F. & P. Co. Jacksonville Fla. r. DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA.. :!1
[and all form of adulteration eonunon\ to Potash? ;.:..(. .,. ,.{., .' -. h',:.,. .. T. .,.. to 5 per cent.Zxlpo ,. I ltd
Leap brands 'L'- .. SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, : ,"1\t
STAL BAKING POWDER co..'NewMelbourne. York IH : SO 0.00 per On. E-I '\ ;r;
Banyan.Miss Special Prices In Quantities. TOBACCO DUST COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, j '

COTTON SEED HULL: ASHES KAINIT AND POTASHES ,"
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Mixtures with low
K3T" Special compounded machinery at very :
Bessie Houston Is' visiting la '., 0 .i
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prices ? 1 1rl
Banyan this week. H i f\
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iK OOODE.-Real Estate and Loans: '''G. F. Ensey and son were seen In. this ';
!: & -
|nt for VBtiuM. London and Liverpool and locality? on Monday evening. Please Correspond': : us before belng"'lnduced to buy from Dealer> Send for ; ?
,and Imperial Fire Insurance Special :
ntlon paid to the interests of non teal- J. T..Snell was In Banyan on :Monday 'Pamphlet. '',v'I', .'jf'fe', : + a-a1


[fct, CARLETON situated, 'on MELBOURNE a high bluff, FLA.iitifully over-.- ing night Vegetable out, and at Bovine.reported shipping everything will soon be flourish at an '" M ; ::LITTLE, BROS. FERTILIZER Ii. PHOSPHATE CO,I' JII :1! ,


Indian River.. First-class accom- end, and the pineapple and orange growers ", ,
.atone,and rates reasonable need rain. Taol :: oriville: =Florida.: ,,
S1. ROBERTSON, Proprietor. 'Ay'! 'i "',; ;,

C. A. Smith, of Grant, came up on __,__. !!'.;
"*t1C. I Saturday to attend the festival[ and to r ,+
Hewett, of Owego, N: Y., has furnish music for the dance that fol Malabar. :t during the term. The visiting pupils ,
Led the past winter at Hotel Carle- lowed. have returned to their respective home G. G. SPRINGER
among his old friends. He' ]left for -. We regret; to Lave Miss Mary, Wlttileld :
8 north this week. R. J. Mathers will remove to his summer It and Miss Delia Mlohael leave", us, but rldanaiactarer '
home in Eau Gallie in a few days. E. B. Arnald has very fine cucumbers hope they will return this fall.
J M. Ferguson, of Coving ton, Ky., He will build a wharf and warehouse on and squashes; Sapper$ "'

I has spent the winter so pleasantly his Tropic property this summer; F. M. Forest, who has been ill, 1s' Retailer and Or ,;:i;
very '
Do want to Blood &'
I his brother and sister, Rev. W. C. you buy onet'
hes and wife, left. for his home last Several Banyan boys will leave ''soon now recovering. It so, get prices and buy from Little ....y
for the St. Lucie river, where they will :Mrs. Ernest Svedelious, of Valkarla, Bros.. F. fc; P. Co. Jacksonville Fla. .
r work on the large pineapple plantationof was visiting here lately. > .' ICE ANn
ta. Dr. E. W, Gillen, of DeLand. O. K. Weed during the shipping '
J has kindly given us the benefit of season. Plenty of rain has come at last. It Cocoa. .r
sweet .musical taloot for the past was badly needed. '
I weeks left for her home last Moa The festival for the purpose of raisinga
,
church fund Large shipments of beans were sent to ,
was liberally pat
very
She was the guest of Mrs. Winters ronized. ,We were told that it ended in New York and Chicago lately. R here and has made friendsr
e i many his .
; being regular
appointment
a big dance 6n ''
town. Saturday night. Mr and Hrs J. F. Chase..were here ;
Tuesday from their home at Bay View, W E. Booth has the"contract for the

\\e,charming and Mrs. J daughters< D. Dymond, the'and' Misses their THE ROCKLEDGE STORE:,, Ws the on the east, Bide few Currier days.\ house, and will be at work In a Refrigerators, Ice .chests,, .Freezers and Water :.Coolers.FACTORIES. 't

hand Lyda, left for their home in i finest display of goods along the East Miss Venetia Minis went to Tillman ,I ....... ? ,
ago'' last Saturday. Their many Coast. Our assortment is so large and Friday evening returning Sunday to her Mr. Goo. Glngras( has the contract to
fads here regretted to see them go, varied,, that we can supply you with boarding place here. build ''the Devlin house, and expects Cocoa and West Palm Beach. '

jfeel sure they will return to us again anything you need. We make a speoi- Chas. A. Smith, our county commissioner !lumber this'week, when work will' com* it
i wintoaes _alty of supplying yachting parties. mence. ;
(to be) spent Sunday here, visitIng .
[ Mildred Hicks, of Chicago; who PAXTON A HATCH, Rockledge. friends.. Miss Emma Thursday arrived on Mon '

been the guest of Hotel Carleton the iii Misses Edith Kitching and Vlrl lIne day, from Palm Beach, on her way to SEEDS GARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. ;t
.
Merritt where she will fow '
1 winter, left here for her northerne also S. Carroll Sunday spend a ,,
last Saturday.: We hope to see Sebastian. Carroll with friends, at A.Tillman. spent weeks. .aMiMH ,... t.

[sweet face among our young peoplen HMMWlO Dr.:Smith, of Merrltts, Island, was on Beans;Valentine and rtofugoe,. .. 11.00 per bus: MtiKkmelon, ,,,, l.J ono\ per M b.. ,:'f/I.;/?'
| next winter, as she, has endearedelf 'Messrs. John Wynn, Henry Casper, the Point Monday, where he has had his Wax Varieties 8.116" *. Turnip, i if 800, ,. \. 1,1.'
Cool showers this week.
refreshing sailed 'down Sunday !)( 1IMh .. .. + *KJ. Ib. rrnirlMMIlt. lea ., 11. \ ':
to many here by her quiet lady-. Carter and others hottee-boat hauled out for overhauling "miumtar' ,. 400. per" M, YneltsAUa) oTobweoltnedeIngwrted'peril) frt.paid ana.'< pur ""...' y .
''
I way. W. S. Weeks is the happiest man In In the race boat Nemesis, returning the and repairs I'eM,. ,American Wender, -' ....IN'par bus. Stook, 'l JXji recce., *IO per Ib. 1\\' .'
town-lt'aa great big boy. same day to Tropic. "'1"". other early varieties, f 8,00" ,. Tobacco; II'latrowD/ I-fear fimi.01., I B.OO W
JBV. Dr. E. P. Herrick, of Tampa, Mr. Grant, wbo has conducted a dairy Corn,flelil all vartetltm ., .. 1.00'". f40o aamatraTobsono, 7Bo p.r an,,T.IW/ *; '::1i i.
[the welcome guest of Mr. and Mrs. The Yellow Kid has proved herself to C..,F. Wolf, of Jensen, 'who has been on this side this season, last week loaded Huirar,all varieties. I.m": ,. Manuf'g. Lent Tohiwoos,400 for 0..,'.00, +, +? .
V. durhls be craft. the family of U. 0. Starck' for watermelons, eo per It. ,e ;4\
Goode, at Fountain Heights, a very slippery <$, visiting his cattle on a lighter>at the' point, to .' '
stay among us. Dr. Herrick ,'Is 'Beans and tomatoes are going forwardIn several day past, left on 'J'uesday'sBOuthbound transfer,them to hi* farm on Morrltts tTA' fiend foe price list to. .,4

barge of'the good work among 9QOOans large quantities.[ train for home. Island When about mld-etnam the L, CAMERON.Seedsman) U;''i

at Tampa. He speaks and sings Mr. and Mrs Gray, of Nt w York, and lighter went down, with ten or twelve 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. :"'; f
Spanish welL He Is very much In Miss Edith Kltelling visited friends at Mrs. J. F. Chase were here Thursday cattle.' They were finally gathered up .. ... .
1 with Melbourne and her and :Malabar this week. -, -- ""-' --- -'-"--' '-. 0
people, last, from Bay View, where Mr. and Mrs and brought back and another effort

feel sure he will be with us again. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. J. X Gray are spending some time.at the pop. made, the load being divided., lit S. '; ;,
Fred'k Morsex
Episcopal church which has stood Groves is seriously 111. nlar Bay View house Sunday afternoon the'members' of the }",

he south side of Crane- Creek for the The mall boat running between here Mrs Swanson, of Mlooo, and Mr. Cocoa Cornet Band donned their1 new '

t.' ten years, is ,now being moved and Narrows capsized on Monday.Mr. Anna Fredericks and son, of Grant. ar- uniform-blue broad-cloth with gold ..* h
}BS the creek Into,,the town of Mel- afternoon, and spent aod marched to' Oleander '
rlvedhere Saturday trimmings-
E :t. ::eS'l: :
ne, where we predict it will prosperr and Mrs. Wm. McBrlde 'returned several days as !guests of Mr. and Mr. Point, where they gavo a sacred concert IEJ, jii,
the good care of Rev. W. C. home to Seville the first of the week. C. W. Bolton, at their home In South The members presented a fine appear. .' .
.
DBS, who never falls to give a splendlscourse Chas. Park and Miss Annie Gore were Malabar. ance. It was noticeable that their suits A .A.J.WX, :at doCo.., ''FLOR.xDA. : : : ;hr.;h :,
that holds the attention of
the latest to, get married ,In our busy of Sebastian were, a, perfect fit Miss Fannie Andrews 'f

hearers at.every ;sermon. town. camp Miss up Edith on Saturday's Kitching train, and !spent a 'member of the band,. '.In her AGENT FOR LANDS OF ..: I.,':,!":'I:

he first assembly of the East Coast t E. F. Adams brings in some. very fine several days, visiting her friend; MlsVlrglll suit,, .was moat charming. '

Kitauqua was a grand success, and vegetables from his farm on the Sebastian ne Carroll. Miss Edith Is a ;most A meeting was called for Monday Florida Bast Coast Railway Company, f
txtenil thanks kind
\
to our neighbors river charming lady, and very popular night, at the Town Hall, for the
young purpose
lillman, Malabar?Grant, Melbourneh here. of nuking such arrangements as was t'a Florida Coast Line Canal A Transportation Company, / 't! : t

East Melbourne and Eau Gallle, Robt. Roberts Is now carrying the U. S. qulsl for the May Day celebration. Mr. : Boston'' dt Florida Atlantic Coant,Land Company 'I
their help In making It so. Another mail between this place and Narrows. Literary was good, Saturday evening, R. N. 'Andrews was called to the chnihsad' ; I )
I we trust even to make it a grander postofflce. several visitors from a distance being loofassecretary
.
Dr W. L. Uughlett was
ess, Qow_that It is A permanent or- present, and new officer were elected, #
Some fine 'charts have 'beei Mr. Andrews stated the object
zatlon. Every one will do all In very viz: J. L. Conkllnor, president; .Mlsi' The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co. '
power for< Its welfare, sad few placed Board.in our public school by the school Kitty Starck, seo'y; Walter Starck, vice-. ; to of the have meeting.a May Day It was celebration then resolved em y
,
ps are ran in more union!. than Mel president; R. A. Conkllng, editor. body Ing"the features of a regatta. bloy-t > '. .
ne, where,, her people all pull to- Col. D. P. Gibson is thinking of roak- The Sunday school held an electionon cle race and picnic. The following committees D. S u LO ,.Q. n'1acEaaasor.: : : .. t

er for any good cause, and to band ing a trip to Spain for the benefit of his Sunday morning, and elected officers were appointed: Finance: W. 6. (LATE CIIAPMAN A SUDLOW.) : .1m

lur pretty town. By another season health.. aQd teacher. a* follow for the present Paterson S. B. Jones and R. B. Holme ,

lope to see many Improvements all We have divine service., every Sunday quarter R.. A. Conk}ing, supt.; Mlsi Bicycle, races: Edward Stlling, Geo. L. South Jacksonville;; :,Florida. R ,
R our Indian River as the times and prayer meeting every Thursday Marie Starok, and treas.; H. C. Lynch and Gus Johnson. RegattasGeo : ''
[brighter than they) did a yea* ago. night. Starck, teacher.ec'l bible class;' R. A. Glngras" Fred Fisher and C. J. Cog* MANUFACTURER OF ,A Ii

v. Win. Shaw, of Atlanta, who Is Coakllog, teacher Intermediate clan; gin. Picnic: Chas. Thels, E. C. Johnson
ellor of our Chautauqua, hopes to Stanley Hitching. is spending a river few Hiss Marie Starck, teacher Infant claw and W. M. Given. ,James A. Paine FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges :and> ;
Lucie
the St.
at Stuart, on ,
I a home in Melbourne In the near days Our treasury la in si good condition; waa elected collector, and all money ,
this week. have been paid the past collected directed to be placed lathe
e. This speaks well for our people heavy expenses was
own, when a man like Dr. Shaw Sebastlon' is badly; struck'with the quarter, and still quite a surplus In. the bands of the Finance Committee to "Vegetables and Dealers in Every' Kind of i Raw'Material
I us he wants to bring his family to matrimonial fever. We have had three treasury. The Sunday school practicing pro rate according to the heeds of the ; ,

(with us. We all extend a.warm marriages in one month. for Easter, and will present a good other committee. The Finance Committee Cotton Seed Meal] Tobacco Dost Kanit Etc: Also '
me to him and his beloved ones, programme. was made an executive committee. ,
There Is to. be a'' boat face here tomorrow
now his many friends here will be (Saturday) between our second About one-half the requisite funds have Tho F'amouiel: :EJar l.-Ti.2I:108: : '': raYSd ,

| see.his. smiling lace< among usi. class boats. It is expected: that about Do you want to buy fertilizer materials ed.been subscribed and one-fourth to make collect theenterprl.e Ammonia.,. r.r. ... .'. ., ,,4 to S per cent/ ?
i. He w111,spend sometime at the will The amount necessary Available. Pho Acid' .. . ,6 to 8 cent V Jr 020.OO Per Ton.'' s.
six boats, contest. ? If so, get; prices and buy from assured'success will be i? G.< per
_
her Chautauqua In New York; the Little Bros. F. A P. Co., Jacksonville\ an will have secured Potash ,K U.,1., /... .,, ,,.". ,0.to 7 per cent) ,, ;
and Cocoa
|ng season, and will do some good The big sloop Dors la here, to ageneral a big .May '
for the East Coast Chautauqua overhauling. The Dora has Fla. Day regatta; bicycle races, picnic dinner, Highest Commercial Value given our'brand In the last Bulletin. -Write1 fow'Prices.
e there He has ',been the. oblel been moored in the Sebastian river and dancing. Orders for 2 tons and upward far oar brands'will be delivered free ef all ? t

er here?during our assembly, and (fresh water) all winter: Port Pierce. turner charge to any railroad depot on"the* East Coast at catalogue prices, until

fcne of all others*to him we owe so Meet notice.
.
i for his earnest work YOU CAN FIND the .of Fish- :: ____ 't
--'-ro".H

t Friday evening the steamer shall-be If pleased you need to get!any a:Job share printing of it. we biro Raulerson tt Wednesday, for. a Ing1-Tackle River ad the ever Rockledge brought store' to.Do Indian not DUREN &- FEASTER...... *'n'J1 ,

an i, of Eau Gallle, came down to visit; up the country. fall to call and examine this fine stock.

> the Invited guests to attend the Quite a thunder storm passed through FAXTOX: A HATCH: Rockledge. GROCERIES FRUITS &. VEGETABLES Florida :and '5 ',
,
Ity-flfth anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. this section Tuesday night. ,, ,.,
T. .f Courtenay..
Nesbitt.
Melbonrnlte
fed that delightful Eighteen trip and when ,-. Miss Sadie Saunders returned from When in want of any kind of building Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Glass aDd SSSH'' y yi

Panded in the Eau (}sill, river a J. : Sams vislte'd Eden Monday afternoon material In car loads or ''otherwise, theBHildenl I '''Your y

Itlfal sight met us as the Nesbitt Cocoa C. Harper on Monday and last.D. :Mr. B. Terito has opened a store at Supply Co., at St. Augustine.delivered TITUSVILLE, -, -, FLOKIDA., q
Gilbert homes'and grounds weree Jensen, In connection with hlB store will be pleased make yon a ( '
with beautiful colored lights, and Snpt. J. H. Sams went to TItnsville, here. ) price'at your station. You have no '
Mike with rustic ageu '. or middleman's commlsslon...to ;
fairyland pretty Monday. ,.. % d
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i.l..avRA.l..r:
and Baulersoo :
Messrs. Alderman see ,
conches, and tables goaded withy pay .Gt.,
flowers, pineapple and goodg : Our truckers are wearing long smiles building stables. on one of their. lots near ...,,,.,. '--,,,,..,,.,,,, .
'over the return they are receiving: for ;_MN : Groceries ''
to eat and drink. A great num- ,beans. the depot. Tobacco Plants and "S ed to be Groceries, Walangay; Girdea Seed, Fertilizers? Staple A Fancy .Fruit >k '

ft pretty and useful present were The Rev. W.,, Tresca held services In And kinds Seed Meal Ground .Rj '
Indlanola Food Product of all Grain, Way,.Bran Cotton ,
''
ved by Mr. and Mrs. Nesbitt from Samuel Sanders of, was
: Given Away.
the Methodist church Sunday, to largo In b
Food and Wheat We arc the oaly house on Indian'River'' dealing exclusively
many friends. Hay they live to ,visiting in our burg last Sunday. -
'their diamond wedding.The guests ,congregation the above line of good. We Invite your correspondence and'aollclt your patronage ,
POrt a splendid time. Those who People wanting to read about the Messrs, Tattle and Hemlrlcka, of New The J..T. A K. W. R'y company is Very truly, E. BRADY, A; BRO., Titunlllel'Ia. Ir,
} from Melbourne were Mr. and Mn. Indian River country should 'subscribe Haven, Conn., who have been, sojourn' giving away, free, tobacco plant to anyone .
for the ADVOCATE.Miss at the Fort Pierce hotel left Monday living along the line of the railway. --, -
> Branch; Mayor F. Fee, )Ir. and Ing '
""Malabar1.. for borne, after a pleasant{ win lr.W. T. Wood, general freight agent THE '
J L. D. Lock and son, Mrs. :M. JohnIMrs. A. E.Sams, : charming very '' DECANTER. '
'few days' ter's fishing here., of the, road hoe had 'a considerable
E..C. Thomas, Mrs. Kennedy, school teacher is spending -,.--- i
1 E. Campbell! Mrs C,. J. F. Camp- vacation with tree parents, here. The W.'C. T. U.ban secured the noted quantity of young plants grown the by an '
Mrs R. W.' Goode, :Mrs. Hade- Mlu'Ylola Lan. expert tobacco grower.and.. young .aenakeZ'
yidw'
who., attended- the temperance lecturer
the
distributed
people
The young plant will be among Lesley c c
:, the Hlasea Annie Goode, Annie Ice cream social Indlanola on Monday ford' to lecture at the M. E. Church' farmers who wish for them. Several ,
'
hnnt, ,J_ Goode; Mr. AlleDbell and Mrs. W. R. Saturday evening, April lOtb;: at 730 '' .
ud :Mr. and Diva W. W. Sanders nlgbt last report, given by very Mr.pleasant time. o'clock and at the Baptist church on different, including kind Sumatra of seed have, Yuelto been Abajo planted ronf D ud DoIN tle. Brads' of. Wines.l> BradlM.', rGlls and n Itl tit,, di

en. him ,Sunday 4v nlog, ae 7S5O.: ,. Let everybody Sumatra and other "h Alts and: < -., r-.,
H. T. hrrsa1t left on Monday for some oat to hear her. < Persian, or Turkish, I IIeUlId Been r ;
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lumber and othre naIdlreet home In Montreal Can.,with after his spending uncle 'Our school has closed' with approptlrte ,varieties.The ADVOCATE also hoe some' Vuelta A Flrat-clan Line of Cigars.. ?.*. BOIIard and Pool!1 Tables. '

from the Bnlldern' Supply a couple ol week bet him farM exercises. AH seamed wen pleased Abajo and Sumatra tobacco eed to giveaway. J'&DIlly.neS hotel trade aollctted. ''Fitprapt and careful attention gtretr to naH, f
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I Bt.'Augustin oommisslon., and save the lambermen's 11..1.St.71ms Auf ustln, who*.accompanied with the progress the children had made ,Call or tend stamp, for soma M' ciders. Cull 1 mut accompany-your order. LO8UEY bB1cNABERTItnidBe, ,Fta.' + y.,, ?,.

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9kt'1 6 INDIAN JMVEB ADVOCATE APRIL 9, 1897.. '


:"\\1 Best line in.the ,'State

;'1 '' ENGLAND'S CORRIDOR EX SPECIFIC RARE CHANCE BICYCLES I ,

II PRESS.
, i ::1, \ --

, FOR SCROFULA.. .
A New Train that Run 1O4
"I .: I Furniture Sarno Fla. LUTHY $150.00.
Miles Without a Stop. "Since childhood. 1 hav' been Hotel Cottages and ,

i 1)) w' The longest regular dally run made J Jwithouta afflicted with scrofulous boils and FOWLER, $100, $75.00., ,

.:. t..q I l .; .. stop by any railway train I 10J sores, which caused me'terrible'
, I suffering. Physicians were unable CLEVELAND, $100, $8 .OO.
:,: the world has just been placed on the

il 1 .l ": schedule of the Great Western Railway .to help me, and 1 only grew worse WESTFIELD, $75.00, $00.00.
under their care.
). of England.
IR, At length, 1 began ..
9i; It Is made between Paddington station.

1g;: In London, and Exeter; a distance of 194 4. to take II B.. F. MANIER: ,. Jr.
'
l' ,/ miles! In three hours and thirty-six mlntttes AVER'S e ,

. \! by what is known as the Cornwall Jacksonville

i 1J i:t' express. It is remarkable not so much Sarsaparilla, ,and Fla

.': j. owing to the time, as for the' fact that ,very soon grew bet. aN $ With Freyer *; Bradley. Music Co.. .

": /' not'a stop Is made from one end of the .ter. ,;After, ,using ....
.
''
.1'J; run, :to the other: There have been longer half a dozen bottles :e ::: 1 %C
OB: -a..S. L.-cr &:
,,' .runs made without a stop, but they have -, I was completelycured OQ*
1 ''t j'' teen made by special and not regular so that I have not had a boll J>EA.LERS'IN'-'

'., trains. The average speed made by the or pimple ,on any part of my body; } Fine: "'VI.X1.es' : $ and, L1qu.o:
, for the last twelve I can
years.
t\ Cornwall express when making this run

i j )ti' Is 51.7 miles an hour although owing to cordially recommend Ayers Sana-1 1 y .. r \\.Ktff I 4 :._ ss'I 410 W. Bajgfc,I II
'
the best 3 : ,4
blood-purlfler -
parllla as _
H' very
, a peculiar construction of the road at JACKSONVILLE, t.
p
.
" .. in existence."-G. T. KKINHART 'Qr
D
t L Bristol, 118 miles from London, the train :RICH WINEs create good
I ., fs obliged to slow down to a speed of ten Myeraville, Texas.AYERS. :J& C t M "" tby blood Don't make the mkup dd
buying sou
".:: miles an hour. '" : :..... LI .1L. r. t85 cheap? 'It Is not.poor It wine bai a ceas cult e b
J +a i : greeable effect '
,' Ij .r.
: "'N ::: open the eystem'
j::,: This express train Is composed of six ,f e '+ : Rood wine u really not epeo, ...
lopg coaches, a tender and engine. An Breva.rdCount7. gives you that puliedtcgettn;;"
.
The above cut represents roughly HOTEL Du NIL at Sarno, & aatl"fted t8llmg' I
f I American would call It a vestibule train, ,'Florida, which Is only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallie Fla. .... g...-W.make a Specialty of Nora

.f' hut the English prefer to call the cars and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast B'y. Has ':/i 1 years lea I Mountain old KUM: >Dew. gallon Con Whisker'"

; ;i corridor coaches. They are fully as SarsaparillaAIM'S depot postoffloe and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on jt\\,! :! IS'Ie8JtvlBK' In Dry Tow, WIt
ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Oallle River, with view of Indian River on .. born us. an we CM,
,J: heavy as an ordinary drawing-room oar, the east; less than half a mile distant and the Atlantic ocean 2+ miles away. Is "t; 4 them BO per oent.on all orders
)it t each one weighing about forty-seven 'Cfctrrf: Pectoral am Origin ui CoMs practically new-buildings completed in 1806. The hotel and every cottage is '- ETAlways send money win
L. thousand while and linens have never been used. Two artesian ;tl' We will not open new acconnui*
pounds; the train without furnished, and most of the furniture : B suitable Jacksonville refertnceh
", the engine and tender weighs one u'"' wells, pipes and sewers 20 cisterns all connected, give ample supply of the r No Goods sent C.O.D to DrNBrewer. T
Easter' service Is begun Within the best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former """I. ... Agent nod Indlanopolls Bmrlt(7
hundred and > .
forty tons. The of \
I weight : owned Col. Aaron A. Ikn.tlen.lndllllllpelill;
is by .
'# owner, John Green, who died, and the property now
.6' the engine and tender Is eighty-one tons, ohurch and Is continued there until the DeOrauw. of Jamaica, Queen's County New York whose address until April lilt Heiaules Malt Tonlo, $2J2B per case; Clayton& Russell Wild Cherry Brandy$4JSO per a.t.

making the total weight of the train two tightening sky announces the ,.advent Is Oak Hh, Fla. There Is a large pavilion, 100 feet square, cement floor cement

1 G, hundred and twenty-one tons. of the dawn. Then In slow procession, walks, water works and garden. Best of hunting and fishing, fresh and salt; water; -

: During the run It Is necessary to take subdued reverent, the people pass with sailing or yachting on Eau Gallie and Indian Rivers; oysters sea-bathing, beautiful The New Peach MASCO
and the whole is to as a hotel In one day's time. Every
ready
open
scenery;
; .water for the engine twice. This does out the doors, and, headed by the trombonists convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles) perfect. The original {

, not necessitate any stop, as It Is taken up solemnly ascend the winding cost to John Green was $48,000; now for sale. at $18,000; half cash and half on T THE BEST PEACH for both
!
J r from a trench beside the track as the till to their beloved and quaint old bury- time. Any. good hotel man can make money D.here.L. GAULDEN Address THusville, Fla. { HIGHEST and home use ever introduce, o
ir fag 1J'00nd."Wlthlo.
I train speeds along at nearly a mile' a ;this season for the first time. Forty
i minute. the closure of this eonsecra- QUALITY
4' .particulars address
i .The engine'' which draws this ted spot the congregation assembles and
essentially
, ''t q "through train" Is a curlou look stands In a large semi-circle facing the MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. LOWEST ftf/ces 'THE GRIFFING BROS, co,,

o lag ponderous affair, quite unlike any astern hill In fond anticipation of the pt Pomona Nursery,

: ,' r, locomotive seep on American roads. Jt emblem of Its cherished faith. 'A little Florida, New York, FREIGHT MacclcDny, Hi

\ has on either side a single huge 'driving apart stand the ministers, and trombone Philadelphia and Boston. _

wheel, seven feet eight Inches In dlara hotr. Thus assembled, the service of Sailing from Brunswick Ga., direct to New York. PREPAID 1&6EAR We also carry In stock' a complete!

,eter,.while what must by comparison song and responsive readings begun In PASSENGER SERVICE. of Fruit Trees, ornamentals, and n

ll termed the small wheels, of the 'engine, the church, II'' continued. A sense of I Via I'eroandlnail F. C. & p, Ry. and Cumberland Route I ,adapted to the lower' South.! CaW)
Lv St. :fIQ, p m; LT Jacksonville 11.00 am) Lv.
Free.. Local wanted ID
six In number known deep, religious awe pervades the gath. Agents ei
I as trailers, are Fernandina 1.30pm; ArBrunawlon 5JO p m. Dally except
red throng, as on this cold roorn- Sunda locality.
,
four .
feet six Inches In diameter. gray
Via Everett,all rail, F. C.& P.Ry and So.Ry. Lv St. AnirUfltlne :-
'The water tank of the engine' holds log of the early spring they await. In 9.50 a m; LT Jacksonville 4.00 p m i A. Brunswick 7.30 ,
p m. Duly Passenger allowed on board fortupper Thursdays I
'thirty thousand gallons, and when run. spiritual communion with their departed '

(''r Ding at full speed there Is a steam loved ones, the Resurrection hour. PROPOSED SAILINGS: ... FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPSuccessors
1 pressure Above the hill the dawning light Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R.,8 iSO-d. m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick.
of 100 ap-
pounds to the square Inch; FHdayFeb.28.........,.i,..'.............. .COLORADO.'..........................Friday Mar 5
.J.I. >w while there Is a heating surface of 1,661 tears. Then from the voices of the as- Friday, Mar. ft...............,. ..........RIO GRANDE................<.,........ Friday Mar.12 ( to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.j)
trembled host there bursts melody of Friday Mar, 12..r..................COLORADO... ....,.." ..........Friday, Mar. 18 "'
I square feet. \ Friday Mar. 18...,..............",........RIO GRANDK...,... ,.....:.::,.......,Friday, Mar.26 Musical MerchandisA
and
? Each day the run Is made, the train apturnd song a heartfelt hymn of praise FridayMar.28COLORADO..t..y! ...Friday, Apr. 2Jl'or' Pianos, Organs

#r s leaving Paddington station at 10:20: nd adoration a spontaneous symphony general: Information,teamen trains rates, etc..apply to any railroad agent or to

{; o'clock In the morning, land It never falls of Joy, that starts in glad expression of A.P.MURPHY, Agent R.!H. RAYMOND Fernandlna, General Fla. CKAS.Southern DA Agent VIES,Agent Brunswick 22O W.Ga.Bay 81.Jacksonville. OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS 'AND ORGAN'' AT A SACRIPM

to reach St. David's station, In Exeter, triumphant hearts, and mingling with C.H.MALLORY,General.Agent,Pier 20,E.River, and 862 Broadway,N.Y.M We purchased In January last the Immense Stock of Pianos Organs, &

'), exactly on time. The time allowed by the full, resounding strains of sweet- music and musical Instruments of The A*. B. Campbell Co. We are clotlnj

the schedule for this makes toned trumpets and resonant trombones, the; stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices to make room ton
run no, line of the celebrated Conover New :England Schubert and Ktoffsbury
rises the
with of
allowance for delays of any kind. Even warbling song joyous We have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more tba
the time lost In going over the loop birds In glad hosannas to the splendentky. ask for them :

around Bristol and the For see I a radiant light o'er- \ Conover,litTle K,wd..4...'*..........,......$350 Ham .. Bros., style 6, man...._.....,.....
necessity of spreads the earth. A wondrous 14 K. eb...... ..,...p......*...,.i 828, Schubert, ". 10 ._................
.v"' slowing down when going through Bath (tlorytails II J,eh .............,.. ...a 200 Malcolm Love,. wal ...................
Y the new-born day. The sun appears II ., J wet...................;... 30*' Steinway eb.....................
hi not allowed for.-Aibury Park Jour In ulgency sublime-God's symbol 1 '> Meb J ........................ 400 Everett eb .,.............:...
nal. of the resurrected life and earth and + II I' K, wal......................... 825' Kingsbury style B eb.......................
I, ; McCammon, style 23,wal........... ......; HOOM. < A eb......., ...........
Heaven[ In exulting joy peal forth. in I' matt..........7- .....,:.. 800 Knabe Grand ...................".
4 BEAUTIFUL EASTER glad, antlphnnal accord: 'The Lord is p I' 7, wal..... : ...... 27ft StuyvesantNewsby eb ...................
.:, A CUS rlllen I Hallelujah praise the Lord C"Mr. lNtaa.7 7,eb...................... 2110" wal.................".
e Balnea Bros., e, eb.............. ....,., 200 A Evans eb......................
TOM. _' Mryq .. 3, eb............:..,...... 17ft ''Jae. M.Star, eb.II ......_............-,
>< a.mall.. .......... ....... 19.. Morris, "
Dennett' Queer Memory.
Some of these have been but have had them -polieapu
pianos rented we re
The '
j Advent of Resurrection Day James Gordon Bennett; of the 'New put in thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or mom;

;} Hailed with Melody and Praise York Herald has a strange and erratic. funded. We furnish a stool; soarf;innstruotfon book and delivered f. o. n."

fr;. memory, according to the San Francisco sonville:; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us.
"No more divinely appropriate expression Wave. One day, having bought a Dumber __ yoGp FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPACT, '

: 'F of the Moravians' love of music of new shirts, he ordered them sentmmediately. ; C 1' 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonville

% and their appreciation of its Inspiriting 'to the office. The parcel Fw

L power Is to be found th n\ln their sublime duly arrived and remained there for

annunciation of the Resurrection over a year, Mr. Bennett meantime I II The Trunk Line
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day," writes ,Clifford Howard, de crlp- ever putting in an appearance. 8udenly < I Tropical
without any notice, he rushed in
', five of "A Moravian Easter Dawn" In I _
one morning evidently in a state of *
r; the April Ladles' Home Journal. peat perturbation. The staff concluded Is Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwa

"Through the quiet streets of 'Bethlehem they were all to be discharged on the r :

Pennsylvania, In the early 'morn, 1pO$. Mr. Bennett ezriredly wed JOSEPH H. DTJRKEE. Receiver

i' tile trombonists walk from place to Have those confounded follows sent SOUTH _NOBTH-
Time Tabl.in Effect Feb. 1, '97.Sttta .
place, pouring forth their grand, inspiring ay shirts along" He never even al- No. MO.e No. at Mo.23 NO.82. a.k
anthem buSed to the lapse of time which :::::::7 LocalMixed s000p'83OaLy.JACKSONVILLE..At TSOam \
that arouses the lumbering oocurred ......,. 9S5p ....,.",....Orange Park.......... I Warn uopm:1:
town to the welcome knowledge of the since his last visit SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES ......... MoWyandFri: 945p 902a.. .. ...... Peoria............... 640am
........ .r:.:.. ......Magnolia...........:.. ..
advent o< this glorious day. Now here, "'uLUt.m.... Finest Cnlilne ..... .. ..... 10 lip1130p 024a.Green: Cove Springs..... eOuam 643pm t4Hpm
aDel8.nt. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ........ .... .....,.. .. ..
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sow there Arhar.-Yon think : ::. .1..Bo.twlok.! ............. .... .. "j1.
now everywhere the lights I don't love yon, I The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome: New Steel Steamers i "* ........ 10 30a 1010e .. .... ..,,. ..Palatka.;.......... ... 800am428am
Appear within the windows of the dwellings darling' Why. I would die for you. "Comanche""Algonquin( ) "' "' ...... 11 laa 1204a 1036aaSateuma.............r. 429pmI I'p.
and the Arethnsa-Yea. and it would be "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Semlnole. .... 11 40a 1219 a 10468 .Pomon.:.............. 414am I
streets are thronged with just ; ....:.:. 12 lop 1216 a 10 O0a.VrescentCit'. Junction.,)..... 808am388am 403pmJ4Bpn
people, young and old their like you to do 1 it. so that your funeral North-Bound. ..,.... lOOp 12 Ma 11131.. .. Seville. ... .. > II
wending would come on a day when I had !Steamers! are appointed to according to the tide ........ 280 p 136aii42A.. ....s..lMLeonsprings.,,.../... 264am246am 2l6pm11
way from all directions toward the to from JACKSONVILLE FLA"' (*U Pi ** Charleston) Sundays-Tuesdavs and Thnrsdays. .. ,288 p 143 aaoea 11 48p ...,....... (Olenwood............. 808pmll\
church and give up a real nice engagement to attend CHARLESTON. 0.-----------'Mondays wedne.eray. and :,,...: 4 OOp 12 ClOp ......:....Hereford.:....:........ 280am ...
pt greeting one another' with I it Oh, For hour of sailing se "a'yde Line" Schedule, Jacksonville pajeli!"' ..;.... 430p ..:..... 1217p Arl ( Ar .. ..
I men selfish or ..
you are so I r- anll Charleston ,
daily ........ .. .e' Epm.
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l loving salutations of the day. TieS Boston ...,... 11 lOa LT '.'" Ly ....:::.., 3 ...
TranscriptTsBs South-Bound. ..... : ... .. ,.. Enterprise .,...,.... ......". 1204imtlOODsm
Steamers are appointed to sail from riot:20,East River,New York, at 8 p. m., as .....:.:: :... .:..a.... 440JP .........TITUSVILi.E._.,,: I TAr. : ,
u _____ For CHARLESTON Mondays iForJAClWUNVILLEFLA.oaUrngMCharlBton .. ..... .......t.. ..;... ... .J.PaoJa. .......... .
Vf \\ ; ,( ), Monday., W dSSsSJJs and and Fri.lay. ..:,.... ..,..... .::... ... ::. .......,.Sorrento.a.: ..e;: .......... ..
SSSOOOOSSsS..g.oSppppepSgpSpppppppS..iJ J'rlday. ....a..i. .....: 8 46p ............Mt.. Dora......... .. ...,... 4Sm'."
Boston and Jacxsonvllle-DIRECT LUTE (Freight ........ ... .... .... .... 4 onp ......,.....,Tavare.t..tr,r..Lv. ,. ..... 1680.m:: 1
only.) ..,.,. 620p'300a'121iryAr. ..... Sanford ......Lv 'l 38 a in 218pm1049SD.._
(Calling at Charleston, 8. C., both ways) ..... ... ,...... ... .....Altamonte Springs:.,........ .
STEAMERS "OIO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE .. .....,.. .. .,.. .. .., ....,.....Winter Park.,.........;. .
$250,000 appointed to sail folows ........ ,....: 420a 1 BOp :..,.. .. ... ....,., 1205pm830pm 12".m..'
From toot of Hogan Street,Ja keon.m., as t "rom Lewlll' ..... .;... .. .... .t.. .. .Orlando..1..J....,.......... .",
'. THUR8DAY8. Wharf.Boston, ... ::. ........ Ar..Bartow: JO..Ly, ...
FRIDAYS. ,..",.., ..... .,, 6 80 a 3 top .. ..........Lakeland .. ...,....... ,,
: : ......,. ........ t Soo a 4 lop ................Bartow..... ...... ... 720pm I .;..
.... ... 880al1 ,....... til oop m
bop Ar. ,Punt* Oorda.... ..,.Lv.Lv ,418pm,7.Mpe ..
i"1it Clyde's St. Johns River .:...., .,". 830a 44fip Ar..,........ .. Tampa........,... :
Line; ..... .. .
S ta aI/ OOp ........... 9I4D
....... ..:..:.. 920.I/ Wip Ar........... FortTampa..Lvs710Pmsa 8t11'and,
:(it: (DK BABY LINE)' ..., ... MonandTh.n 10 00|> Lv...,......,Port Tampa. ......,'...Ar 230pmT0:r nd"
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.. Tnee & 5 00 .....
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Given The Elegant Iron Blelewbeel Steamer Friday. ] Ar. ...Key W..t..Ly 980 P "
Away "
tl .... m Wed'and
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CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.' Wed and Sat 6 OOa Ar'... .........Havana..Lv 1280p "'"

CAFT., W A. BRA W.. Dally t Daily except Sunday. r

''f! l this year in valuable Lea.... Jacksonville ..Is appointed. to sail as follows Trains at and 82 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping<:u... J!
8:30 I
articles to smokers of Sanford Entedrrlse and IntermedIate :lanillnga p m. 8\111day on the .L JohnisRivver.Fridays for PI\latka, Train.23 and 78 Solid Vewtlhnled Trains,with Parlor Cars betwee JaoksoBvlIleW0.-

:I ... Leaves Sanford'.00.. m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays for JaoksonTlUe.WhVrf I"1i3nd78JonnecttTltasTlll P on Indian RiTer with Steamer "Silver KtaB" for BOOkie Pmediate H]

BOUTH BOUND' -iTlj nV! leaving Jacksonville" alsso) a ">.,arrives at Hawthorne at tt':oS G,
r. Blackwell'sGenuine Rod do..... BCHEDULII: NORTH BU .,;D. JS: :ta-IAMttbu1'lC 5:42, BrooksvUle 7:20 p. m. Train lylngJa luOn..t.arrives Il,::--...
Read .t o.klanll 4:08..m.,Laealobes. 8:* H> 8:fc n -, Clea<-
:; p. Tarpon Spri ings p.
Lea...re 8.80 p. m. ..................,....Javksonviu........ ............... Arrive up.. m.,St.Petersburg 10:30 a. m., datly except Sunday.M -
? I.ta p. m. .. .. .... ... ...........l'alatk............ :. ........ .... Leavs' Leo 2.00. m. W. B. COFFIN G:D. ACTCLaLT;, ?
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/ 8.00 ,..... .. In
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.. .. Aator..".. .......... ........... 8.00 p.. General Superintendent. Geaenl YarROYALTANSY.PILLS
4.80 m..6.................. .. m'I _
.8t I'rancl.,...................... .
< > 630 ........ ... .... 1.30. m.
ti m -
..... llereaford...... =
Durham :.. ... ........ "
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4 > 800 m. ................ nooo
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ArrlT. l.ao.. ............... ..: anord. ; 11.30 a. n.
.. m. .. :.....$ ga.............. ... ..:... 900 1 1.aVE1l..1tavE1lruL&
t.II ,.. ... .. .. .. a
m.
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a. : ...Enterprlas: : .. ...: ..... "
4 ........... .............. 8.ao.. m.
o.I'Ia.
+. Tobacco I > Railroad (Sanford)............................U: SO p.m. eBRASS f

.{' I Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. fir :a.wa.Uable : r
I end Mro ral.f for.up.
It You will find one coupon Inside ., m.'i..- .v ate orp iufu4

il3\ "I each :a-ounce bag, dad two ..A.L su_,Bap- 1110.L.How 4aD, I'Ia. rr t Agt. ': ..K.I_ MOiro J.,:r1.,:ru.. e.asaanoe.L.La Yo".er.W. Pow u.d tnsN year cry...,.., a..
m. Act. _. .._ '
j'. coupons inside .ach 4ounce8mokingyoi JACKSONVILLE:, FLA. ". ...._ ........... __
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,,, so bag Buabel. read the T.ao.O, EooNi.T.It, w.n.W Mo.ete p Lin -. .lDoWl._."'a II. _I
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Mats coupon 4I1IITOI.L P.A.. M.H.CLTD.A.T. M. ._...r.--. -4 b I.
aDd see bow to get your share. S BOWLING GREEN nw YOIUL. 'a.y. .....oi'_......:PErF6il Min: .,.E.d Leal. i iE iu1WP
!, .... P. CLYDE +tLAawouTlell,4bi..p< ,w..
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wUag Groe.,1(.w Y.rk.
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Delaware A.Phnadelp.. Sold
r .. by J. B. ;creven, only.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE APRIL 9. 1897. 1

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TTE7S COTTAGE, RocMedge, Fla. r1o'a rincc. r-.&: .-e an r:r..on.JD.A.:: r

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ally located tear the large hotels. Large airy roomer Good Table. '
EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM. .
red rain water. Terms, $1.60 per day; $7 to $10 per week. Open untilJ. GRAND VIEW HOTEL. "..

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J. WHITE, Proprietor. _- TitniS villo, Floridu.The And Other East Coast Hotels Reached by 1 ,


above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table Is sup- The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. ;,
fONA HOUSE (FORMERLY plied with all the market alTords-snob as game, fish, oysters, etc. The Miami-Nassau Steamship Line to Nassau, Bahama Inlands. > :
HOTEL SPENCE.) 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. '

A. .S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. dry attached. to the hotel. J, G. BAST, Proprietor.. (Railroad Schedule on Page a.) \ !

ST. AUGUSTINE, fr. .. ,
house, centrally and pleasantly located/bas been
II newly furnished; Is now .
Ian ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourists andeling -- -- Hotel Alcazar,

publlo generally. I extend a hearty invitation to all my old friends -J. A. HAPFERSETTE.. JOS., ,P. GREAVES, Manager.. : ;\
past Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla.
LA.N RI'CT R 230 'EL
ORMOND. Jt' \,

New hotel, new furniture, modern im Hotel Ormorid \",
[E PALMS provements. Fronting on beautiful Lake v TITUSVILLE, [ ANDERSON A: PRICE;':'Managers.. ;' .:,\;

Worth. Now open for the winter of '90 IndisAn River. .' s"I'I, '
., and 91. 2.00 to $3.00 per day. Specials FIN MIAMI If", I
by the week. Address "THE PALMS West Palm .. s
Beach, Fla. Hotel I Biscayne, ", ,. '" '.t
3.00 per day and upwards."I; ,ji I. \

.. ; I J. A..tlAPPERSETTEMANAQEJI. C. A. ANDERSON,., Manager ;, j\
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EAN HOUSE. ti '
BEACH .t rs. r -. KEY WEST. ,\i. I.:,*c. vHotel ('

Open All The Year. Key West, ",''',. i' ft'i
ON THE ,
AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. $<.(X), per day and upwards. Opened February 4. '4' ',: d1',

r o81te Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates LEON II. )CILLEV Manager. '!"
to location of rooms.. House all the I I. 'j' ,I
tog open year. I Only a few minutes' I-:: .... ,v t .. ,',
Address i ln .I ''d' l l eitiThlRer,. ..' itli p "( of( '
MRS. IT. ,
C.
BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. ? rrT; ; walk from Railway stations
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is and Steamboat land- NASSAU.' -Roiiohed by Steamships from Miami. .IIM'J,..r, ,ll(d.,\. ;,, .i'

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SAN JUAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. A ', ,'_ On the banks of the \
,. modern, homelike hotel, with every convenience ?. ?- r 'a. far-famed Indian River. Send to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the East Coast.'r :
; northern white help. Write .
Orlando, Fla. for book.' Open fhe year round. C. B. KNOTT,

Fischer's Cottage. General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. ",?;N

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Nice family home; Pleasant location; .

Pierce Hotel conveniences House and furnishings No better new fishing; Modern and Pa1D1: Stxoot; ;, ,TM.tti.isr'crlllo: ; : F1a. ; .

hunting in the State.J.. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table pure drink- FLORIDA '
.& F. 'M. TYLER, Ing water. HOTELS
INDIAN'BIVER, Near Inlet. Fort Pierce rates the week or month. -
Fla. Proprietors. Rates: 2.00 per day; special ,by .
Formerly of New Haven, Conn. .C IR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor, .
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=z.lwCO' ?'OZ.1ZrY'., Hotel Granada Now ""Open. .. .'" I,{,{.

MIAMI I. FLORIDA. ... '

fectly new hotel with all modern improvements., Located on park, one tlao ''r :
Is Sltvievtocl: ; oxx ;
om Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay Rates : ;i

day and upward. Special rates by week or month. Indian River, at Lau Gallic, Florida. It is one of the best places on the. East Plant Resorts., l lI
Coast for Deer hunting, Duck and Quail shooting, both salt and fresh water fish- System -
ing. And all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is supplied with sulphur baths.
j.jkU! Has a launch making short trips to different points of interest free:of charge for ,
,. use of guests. ,'Rates: $2.00 to $2.M) per day;. Special rates by the week. t'!I<
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a a' 1'1'r =, a" GLEASON BROS.\",Managers.XjorilleircL ",q. I J' It .( ft*!.

1'i' r i lqz 5 Tampa Bay Hotel Tampa Tla. :' \J
I a1"a"; I ; :tt.:. ; J

\ -$: ji.! a".. 0= +i11a. '.I ..i.'f' .,fl
( ..il 6,... ) Casino Swimming Pool., '4 '\ ,
1I 5 '"'i", ": 0 ,"> Theatrical Auditorium. 'M '/' ''ii'
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*Q :;; U5 :s r 'St. George Street .., ',, Bowling Alleys Attached J I' I
"!Bf! '" [ 0 ; Rates $&.00 per day and upwards j

z Sod, ofl'2"5" '.kq... y ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. D. i". HATHAWAY, Manager. .|

g' ..21 i :1
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g located In the center of the *,1'

n ti ,'t. !Ulr + city, midway between the post: Hotel .Bclloviow, Bellcair,- Fla. ,.
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office and
Gates. Its
City surroundings
I. !a ii a 'are exceedingly picturesque Rates, $3.M/ ) per day and upwards .' ,:;;;
l .. ::;JI the lit W. A. BAURON Resident Manager.. 1
-1! !:.; grounds being unsurpassed 't .. '5 ii ,gji: I f r by any,private; hotel In '
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\,' :a 0. l Inn Port Tampa Fla :;, .. ,1:t,
I, .. "" ,,;.,;.. ... the city. The ,!.; 'r, :i,
Nr I Jr 5 'ah d'" f .11\j j,
& I i 4 "V ie&::I"U, d/ Terms:-$2.00 per day. Rates, $/ and upwards!" '. v [ .i
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NUItDICIC
'" or 4 J. H. Resident Manager.' *
I 1,1"8..", :oi o-; Special Rates by the week. I ,,'r .
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(. I. j t-o.!! '" '"' ).. Electric Bells, Hot and Colt Hotel Kissimmee .!{iss 1nmeclFJn. .
: '" .a ,
'.g"I 0 Baths. ,
h.5 g .' i*'
Bates $2.ftO and
1 .') .,;"' !B"-i: I Mrs. J. Vr Hernandez & Son. D, I3UTLEIt, Resident day upwards.Manager; A.. "f>
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': */ 4U House Ocala Fla. 1Rate.
+s hd"i The Ocala ,

17.:i-.I -i; 5'aijji The Holly Imu: + .! $B1tOWN' day and upwards. I

i.eI P. F. Resident Manager '1
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<4 E":: 'StI: !! tI1I''ii&li.g"J The Hotel Plaoide o :-'t89' .,,

!iSsJjl.: .'" Situated on the banks of the beautiful 'Halifax. River which Is unsurpassed
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2t' *V JACKSONVILLE, FWR IDA.
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.1 2",e.i'.,, :ia for B s. II =.....r.. ei Goqd Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriages' meet all trains, In the center of the city on Main Street, the dividing line'between east and we*** ; '.'y 9
one block from Day. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. i
Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $ .I\O day and!
I o i: Rates:-From $2.50 per day. Superior per ",'11''
upwards. (Special rates by the week. N L. WARD, Proprietor.
gUSi'Q Special by week or month. ; "
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The New Hotel Elliot "i
The Swannanoa. ; ,
ark ., ,
CottagePalm Seminole ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS. :4*

ASHEVILLE N. C. Hotel I Cor. Bay and Bridge Sts., r > JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

Florida Nearest hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms DO, 75o $1, $1.50 l
Beacb, and .3 per day; with board, $2, $2.r.o, $3 and $%BO per day. Special rates by- ;
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I THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, OPEN ALL THE YEAR. week or month and for large parties.! Overlooking St. Johns River. Newly and
pposite Hotel Royal Folnclana) there is no better conducted hotel in elegantly furnished; all modem Improvements; two blocks of union depot, Clyd a
The of The Swan- WEST PALM '
Asbeville. popularity BEACH, FLORIDA. S. S. Wharf and postofllco. .
nanoa Is due to its unique location, its Jr E. T. BOWDEN Proprietor and,M.nager. /{ A
d on the Lake Prong Verandas homelike atmosphere, the excellence of This hotel Is substantially built of brick and has every convenience. Close to .
its cuisine, and its very moderate prices the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel --------- .--;.--- i i
frlooklng beautiful Lake Worth. $2.50 per day. Liberal weekly,ates.R. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day andupwards. '

2.00 to 3.00 per day. B RAWLS; ; special rates by the week or month. M. *J. BOYCE J Travelers' Hotel c "
ZAPf
GEORGE Proprietor.! Manager. .
Special rates by the Week. Central on street car line. Prop._ II

H. J. YARBOROUGEr. ASHEVILLE, N. C. Bay Street. Jacksonville Fla. 1


I Proprietor. PINE FOREST INN, : : IIi'I STANTON, HOUSE. This Hotel .is now under new management i J


H. __bed His Limit. Summerville, S. C. D. J. JONES, Proprietor. and has 'been thoroughly renovated 'throughout.Bui &

small boy little Victor, has ,'

1 the age when enforced prayers NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS.A Rates $2.0CTper day. Special Terms tog meets all Trains! and Electric. Cars pass door.l Bath .,rooms and all P ,
special abominations, although first-class Winter Resort In every Conveniences. on every floor. &
homeopathically he is I willing tow respect. Electrlo Lights Elevators and D Families. OX: >OXX All tltLO 'Yoar. -.-:- "!

d prayers supplications somewhat for blessings Bntthepro-( upon fort all other, convenience modern Improvements and pleasure.for A com-fine 9 Rate -American Plan, $2 to$2.00: ; European, 60ti to $1., Special by the week.

''Istives unto the third And fourth Bicycle Track has been added to the Two Minutes Walk from Central Mrs..PIN LEY, Proprietress.,

Lion do not; strike him with great many other attractions. The climate Situatedon of Depot, ------.-.----.--- -------.----- .. --'-'-'-
Ha had far "God bless Summerville is unsurpassed. .
got as M
and the South Carolina & Georgia R'y., CHATTANOOGA TENN. HOTEL VICTORY *
mamma and grandmamma, miles from Charleston, S. C. *
twenty-two
mod inclined to stick at that sta- Information wanted io
For circulars: or any '" iff.
W. M. HAIGHT, Manager, ...
address PUT.II. n.SLlI We Erie 0.
Ind sister. Jennie" his father .Summerrllle, S. C., or Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Leon. ,
pted. F. W. WAGENEB A C6., Proprietors, THE BUCKINGHAM New Family Hotel. Extensive grounds. J f \a .4 4 '+ .it The largest and most eomplete Summer ,
d 1 God b'_ Sissia Dennis"Ed Charleston S. C.WANTED Large!: rooms. Rates reasonable. t'tf .:.:. d Hotel In the United State roar y
brother Frank."the prompter GEO. C. HOWE. J tili2fJ.a tj .' hot amt 'eoUT
St. Augustine Fla. ? Jf. 11 N' Thousand Electrlo lights; ]

MEN OR water baths; elevator, etc. All the conveniences of first-claa- ..modern city hotel .
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God b'eM Buuy. Fsrckr sleepit travel that will seat 1.800HnMetaM people. ..
Auditorium
for responsible Six hundred elegantly famished room. ,
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Florida. Salary Best In the City. Directly orcb.stneoeari / miulcsli,hope. .blllUwU-bowllnB,sttua sail naphtte .,
I Auntie Jo?" established horse in GRANADA'': Location to Ponce de Leon. row butw. .drtotol.are.. Rel.o'a9A.o$s p.. iJar l"4.A1O so.aeA.p.r__. 1)1...nt.........IY awr
PM, Jo $780 and expenses. Position perman HOTEL facing main entrance boat__10...for I..'- Dvtrolt.Buaiukf,CI.* God b'eM Aunty tm ent. Beference. Enclose self- dressed Rata$X60 and upwards per day.H. UelMUforMl.i bjr WimlHo. to.. WriteforbaokM. WUI lee w.rttoalara. ., addrs -
God don't b'.. anybody: e1.MJI7. Tbe National, Star e ftel Okla'AI1M',,_11\II, 'Opell'$1Lii' -f t
> stamped envelope. F1a. W. WACHEniUSMrl L. L lPAYIW.riawtw : UDU, .......
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'I', i! when all the, caucus nominations his district, and has always fused his ROBBINS & GRAHAMPaid
ganlzed
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the (Interests
\' t''; The Bicycle- Races. follows:of last night were, ratified as bent of his endeavors adopted to Sate promote, particularly. jn THE CO

I Last Saturday evening three bicycleraces D. H-Mays,of Jefferson county,speaker peen s and Infibimetallsm as promulgated
were held In town, and being the ; W. F. Bynum of Columbia county, platform and Up Capital $26OOOroo.
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the Chicago
;: first regular races in some months, quitea chief clerk, C. II.Dickinson, of Madison in office on that
""' on the clerk II. J. Drain, of was elected to his present
J 1' ''T'1* number of our townspeople were county, assistant ; LOANS REAL ESTATE.
streets to witness them. In the firstone Polk county, engrossing clerk; Nat platform.Mr. LAW, ,
\ j mile open-Arthur Brown .came i 10 Walker of ,Wakulla county, reading
j, I't'' :, first and Ernest Vanlandlngham second.. clerk; G. J. Strozler assistant reading J, B. Stlllman, one of Jackson- i
'', The time limit was 3.10, but the riders clerk;J. B. Ellis, enrolling clerk; C. S. ville's prominent politicians, passed We have for sale a large list of
"loafed" and did not make It in that. Lowrey, recording clerk; P. F. Messner, through on 'his careful

i O Model Globe Gasoline Engine.Htationary Brown's time was 3.211. Fentreca Davis, sergeant at arm.: way to variouslpointsesouthaass far as selected ,,Indian River Properties:
0 lew 1897 the socon matter of interest done by the Little Bros. ,
II of the ADYQCATE staff won The only Miami, In the Interest of
race-five mile handicap-In 20.25, hav the House Tuesday was the adoption of a Fertilizer Co.Telephone. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast J
Jog been given four minutes handicap. resolution similar to the one Introduced Canal and Transportation Co. i
, Arthur Brown, who started at scratch, In the Senate Inviting W. J. Bryan to Line to Cocoa. 4", I
Dii came In second; time i17.00. X. Van- speak before the'Legislature. C.AlV.AL: : L.A."N"DS.::
landlogham also started race, but The first genuine test of strength between
of sickness be dropped W. D. Chlpley and Wilkinson Call CoL D. L. Gaulden has been on a A
West
A owing to a feeling Southern Railway; Jacksonville Tampa Key Railway C W
ii Lt o out on the seventh lap. In the half- occurred last night In the Democratic visit to West Palm Beach this week. Florida Dlsston Company's. River Loan and Investment ,
mile, Vanlandlngham came In ahead In caucus held to nominate officers for the The CoL tells us that his telephone line Laurie and other Low Priced Land. Cory
0.00, the riders being Sam Perkins and Legislature. C. J. Perrenot (anti-Call)), Is all np between Tltusvllle and Cocoa,
00 the winner. Brown and Davis hold the of Santa Rosa, was nominated for president and he Is only waiting for the phones Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
' gold medals now until to-morrow week, of the Senate, against N. A. BUtch to commence business. We trust this ,
! the 17th intfc, when they will again be (Call), of Levy. The vote In the Senate enterprise will meet with the success .It Titusville. Florida.
1)t' contested for. Mr. Roswell Coleman; caucus gave Per snot 15, Blitch 9 and deserves.
managed tie races. Thomas Palmer, of HillSboro.ugh (anti- --
It Is proposed to have the races every Call), 4. The fight on organization Carriage '
two weeks! ,throughout the summer, on of the House was again on Call and anti- Tltusvllle's Extract Factory. P. E KcMURRAY
.
Saturday evenings,, which will help In i a Call lines. Bennett Mays (anti-Call), of -
small degree to relieve the monotony of Jefferson, defeated Carlisle (Call) by a The Florida Extract Co.,. located at &: Wagon

our usually dull summer season. vote of 89 to 23. This shows pretty this place, has been making extensive
clearly how the Leglstalure stands, and additions to its works for some weeks BAKER,

Chipley Is way In the lead, having 58 past, enlarging the plant to double Its Dealers in
y! and Marine Itfto 125 ,{. P. The TOWN COUNCIL PROCEED" votes, or at least that many anti-Call former capacity. Another carload of the
.lafMt,moat Reliable Koonomlnal and Durable votes, while the ex-Senator can only tannin extract was shipped north last
rower for LaunohM. Auxiliary Power for INOS. scrape together, in both houses 32 rotes. week, and it Is probable that consign- Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts,eta,!
Tach"aDei bI'MID_ "atswhere stationary Germany and Church Sts.. JACKSONVILLE FLA.
,.wer Ia ments will be made to England, ? Main
A otreBENJ:W. .TE11OMr, regular meeting of the Town Coun- On the House convening Wednesday and other European countries as soon as
4 Bole RoproMntatlra for Manufacture in the cil of the Town of Titusville was held on morning, after the usual preliminaries, the product gets a little: better known.
.tote of Florida. QOOBLSDOB, FLA. Monday, April. 6, 1807, with full Board; the Speaker read telegram from W.. J. ,
+ (CatalogtiM and price on application.MILLINERY. present. Bryan stating he would be in Tallahassee Steamers. For Wagons
,meetingand Indian River
Minutes of the last regular to address the Legislature on Friday ,
special meeting held on Monday, afternoon. a -
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March 22, were read and approved. ,The announcement was'received with The steamers St.' Augustine and St. Of' All ''Kinds
The following bills were audited and great applause.W. Sebastian came up from Eau Game to ,
.. ordered paid : Hunt Harris, of Key West, then Titusville on Tuesday night,' and left,
F. Louisiana, night watchman. .$ 1 00 moved the appointment of a committeeto next day, for New Smyrna, from which Buggies/Carts and Harness, also General j jA
and lumber. 12 62:
G. F. Paddlaon. feed receive Mr. Bryan. place they were to be towed to Jacksonville ,
DRESSMAKING.. Electric Light Co., lights for Mcb. 00 84 J. M. Owens, of Lake: to be sheathed and undergo a. thorough x3ICYCLbI: :RFLE'. ..T'1R.T7vgr,
C. H. Walton printing! tax cards __ Wednesday the of Merrill-
.-._--- I u duced a resolution In the House overhauling at yards
and receipt books .' .0' .. lUOU understand the contract V ROBT. E. Jr.
memorallztog Congress to give the Stephens. We Go or send your orders to MIMS, ,
R. 8. Smith, salary, and fdg. pris. 3d 8( struggling Insurgents of Cuba belligerent says that the work on tbe steamers
G. C. Elwes, salary ." 200C rights. This was adopted withouta must be completed In 18 days, so that Bicycle Sundries kept in Stock. t Titusville,lkThe |
repairing bridge.. , 71
C. D. Flood, voice. return to Indian River In time 0/
dissenting they can
hardware.. ., 6.6J
F. T. Budge, Another resolution was adopted for for the pineapple season. On the .
,f//. I. R. State Bank, Int. on script:. 9.78R. ) the appointment of a committee to meet I I steamers were Capt. A. W. Bute, Capt. .
A. Bobbett work on streets,eta 21 00 the Interstate Commerce Commlston In Chas. Brook, Mr. Eugene Merrill, engineers News
._ 8 60 <
Geo. W. Scobie, horse hire. Jacksonville next Friday the Interestof T. Browher, Geo. Houston, Frank .. __
A petition, for the establishment of the shippers. Brook; Pilot Frank Houston and other
street lights as follows, was read One The'Baker county election case was officers.
at the corner of Palmetto and DeSoto disposed of by It being referred to the Selden Door
9 1. streets, one at corner of South' and De- committee on elections. ,After the open- Cypress CompallP.ALATKA ]
v Soto, one at corner of Palm and South, ing the Governor's message was read The Miami Liquor Case.
of Union and DeSoto, one
one at corner and the House adjourned. tl
at corner of Union and Hopkins streets will be to- returned< :: F'LA.
taked The committees appointed Attorney Geo. M. Robbins ,,. ,
petition.A
No action was upon morrow. .. from Orlando Friday afternoon last, '
r r petition for permission to build an tbe Senate ten bills were introduced 'where he :went to represent the Fort
addition to the City wharf was read. It the most important being one by in the Fort Dallas Land '
Dallas Land Co.
seconded that the and Best Equipped Door Sash B'
and
moved pe of the
was Largest
' Hall orders' solicited Satisfaction tition be granted; carried.Mr. Senator Chlpley, providing" for a naval, Co. vs. Lesley A Renaker liquor case ,
In chambers before
j guaranteed. ,'l proposition. George, on M.behalf Robbins of R. P.presented Paddlson a reserve i The Judge suit John was D.argued Broome, and eventually and General Wood Working Plants in the United States, :
$30aon BIOORAPIHCAX SKETCHES. Mr. Robbins obtained a final decree to
warrant for
that the town Issue a
Mrs. Hel n W. Reynolds, the Paddlson judgment fund .the Among tbe biographical. sketches of restrain the ..defendants from selling And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of eki
M$ same to be delivered to Capt. ..addison of our state government published in liquor in the town of Miami. This was years in Cypress) the patrons of our company,may confidently expect the bi
Titusville. Fla. his handing to the clerk of the Tuesday's Citizen, we find the following: an Important case, and the decision possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will em
upon said E. X. Dimiok, Democrat. Member of arrived at by the court will in all probability Hothouse Materials Tanks Glen n
town satisfaction for 9312 on judg- Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, !,
ment. It was moved, seconded and the Senate from the Thirteenth Senatorial be Instrumental in determiningthat
For Charter. unanimously carried that the offer of District: resides at ,Palm Beach; Miami be a dry town, as It is not
Mr. Robbins be accepted.On merchant and banker; married. Mr. likely anybody else will try to start a Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Expentla,
Yankee Doodle be motion, the following ordinance Mmlck was born at Constantine, Mich., saloon there now that the firm of Losley Atlanta,Ga.,IBM.THEM. .
The fine can
sloop
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V has resided In this & Renaker have failed to secure the
{ its first Apn124,1849Vbut
chartered by the day, week, or month; was introduced and put upon
,' between Ormond and Miami. reading ; "An ordinance to exempt State for many years, having been one necessary permit to engage In the liquor
Good anywbere accommodations for ladles.. JPor manufacturing industries from town of the pioneer settlers of Dade County. business. HAMMOND COMP ANt

aA'., further particulars, write to taxes :"* Bait ordained by the Town kfr. Diratck has previously represented .
e CAPT. GEO. Cook, Council of the Town of Titusville that his county In the Legislature, having
New Hotel for Cocoa.
been a member from Dade in the session
Titusville, Fla. from and after the passage of this ordinance
all manufacturing Industries locatIng of 1891. He is a member of the
,
In said town be exempt from town mercantile firm if Dimick & Hillhouse, Mrs. J. M. Paine, one of Cocoa's well PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
Pineapple Slips. For Sale. taxes for period of five years from the and is president of the Dade County known and prominent residents, was In
time of their location. State Bank. He was unanimously nominated town Wednesday for a short while. In
tL Porto Rica, Abakka;' 'Golden Queen, On motion,the rules were suspendedand to the Senate In IBM by the Senatorial conversation with an ADVOCATE representative Hammond, Ind.,. South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,B
best varieties, for sale at reasonable the ordinance read a second time convention of Dade and Brevard she said it was a fact that a Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville 7ki
prices. Apply toA. upon the unanimous vote of the Board, counties. hotel was to be built ton her property, -
GOLDT, whereupon the ordinance was passed as Robert A. Hardee, Democrat. Electedto which she was about to sell. The deeds Markets Lards Hams and Bellies.
Advancing Rapidly on
GOMEZ, Indian River, Fla. read.It. the House from Brevard County; re- have been forwarded to CoL Paine, at ,
4 was moved and seconded that the sides at Sebastian; fruit-grower; mar Minneapolis, Minn., for his signature'
Guavas Wanted. proposition of R. A. Bobbett. do the ried. Mr. Uardee was born In Bullock and as soon as they return, the land will .Write; u.s :or Prices.HOMESEEKERS : .
sanitary, work of the town and such bounty, Ga., May 27, 1833, and removed be turned over to the purchasers. We
t other work as the Council may direct from Bullock: to Lowdens (now Brooks understand the hotel will be three stories
Highest cash price paid for guavas, in' for $26 monthly, taking charge of the County) In 1837, where he remained on high, and will contain 100 rooms. It
+ any quantity, and at any station on the mule and outfit, be accepted. Carried a farm until the war., He entertainedsame will be a modern structure, and built
.d East Coast Railway. Write or apply toJAS. unanimously. views as did Alexander Stephens L- hape. The hotel will be built by Mr.

II 4? OAIL'fBLLia. It was moved, seconded and carried relative to secession, but went with his D. M. Chlldsof Rochester, N., Y., and _
unanimously that the offer of R.E. Mlms Itate. Mr Hardee waa captain of the his nephew, Mr. L.D. Childs, of Colum
? Refer to Editor ADVOC TE. to furnish a first-class new wagon" for the first company raised In Brooks County, bia. S. C. Mrs. Paine was getting' a

1. sum of $36. taking the old wagon In and belonged to Anderson's Brigade of little homesick of late, owing to having Who are Seeding Home in t
Naphtha Launch for Sale. Johnson's First Division. He was trans- so few neighbors, hence she had an ,idea a
/K' w\ The chairman of the Finance Committee erred to Longstreet'a division later,and of selling her winter home. We have no
' reported that he had examined the remalded In active service until the last doubt she will now remain at Cocoa, for
t In good condition; length, 31 feet; report of the treasurer for the month of year of the war when he was disabled as soon as the hotel is ready for occupancy South should send to the undersignfor
width 6ft.; 61m; headroom in cabin,tift; February, and found It correct' b y wounds, anti had to retire. In January she will have lots of pleasant
I draught, 30In., ,10 horsepower; Speed !. The petition of W. S. Norwood, to I I8 t8, Mr. Hardee came to Indian company; and again,where will she find
a 9 miles an hour: built by the Gas PowerA I. erect a wire fence across an unused, River, Brevard County, where he has a prettier place than along the roadway a copy of the
Engine'Co., New York. Cost, three street, on condition that same shall be remained ever since. He1 was one of from Cocoa. to Rockledge?
l' wouldtak $2,325: will sell for l,200 sail- removed if street is ever opened, was the pioneer settlers, first at City Point
In part payment a good 1 granted. and then at Rockledge, where he 'develiped -

boat. I There being no further business, the o considerable orange grove property. -Tbe Selden Cypress Co., of Palatka Florida East Coast Homeseeto
GEO. ZAP, .' Board adjourned. De held position of County Coinrals-; has been shipping large consignments of r

West Palm. Beach, Fie.c G. CABT-ELWES Clerk., loner for several consecutive years, from doors and sashes to Boston this week. .. '

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4 A Nice Home for Sale. A. O. GA.ITDY. A. 'C. HBTKB.: We, have lands for Fruit'Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and>
FLORIDA LEGISLATURE.
r Winter and Summer Homes' Climate the healthiest In.'the United States.

For sale, a comfortably-built 11-room I Candy Meyer & Co Apply to ''
house,' with hot and cold water bath. The Florida Legislature began Its I'I f .
artesian and filtered water cisterns sixty-day session In Tallahassee on Tues
room,
}, ; also about five acres of land, 2t of day.The 00""'" ';'slioa: D&erchan.1s: : ; JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

which are cleared; situated on corner of Senate was called to order by T. And"Wholesale Dealers Previsions, Fruits Produce, Apples, Cabbage, Potatoes,
Pine, Rldgewood and Highland avenue, J. Appleyard, of Sanford and the follow Onions, Vegetables, etc. FLORIDA EAST cOAST"R'Y.ST. ,
Ormond. Cost "{,roo; will sell for Ing caucus nominations made last night FLORIDA. F
', ''t $2YaOlSatisfactory reasons for selling were elected: C. J. Perrenot of Santa JACKSONVILLE AUGUSTINE,

L. MOAKTON MURRAY, Rosa county, president; T.J.Appleyard, We are making specialties of handling Florida Fruits and Vegetables and if 4 --
Daytona, Fla., of Sanford, secretary; J. R. Willis, of cash wild talk we are in position to pay you the highest market price for your
Or, ADVOCATE OtBce, Levy county, assistant secretary; Bert goods, in large or small quantities] as we are in direct communication with foreign 1807 Model Wheels j
Titusville Fla. Fish, of Volusla county, recording secretary markets and can always find sale for them. Let us hear from you as to what von In Stock : The St. Augustine Cycle Co)
; O. K. Paxton, of Hamilton county, have In this line which, time we will submit you an offer that will enable us to Yictor $100.
assistant recording secretary; F. L. hold your business GANDXy MEYER & CO., ,
rOB first class shoemaking and repairing Robertson, of Brooksvllle bill secretary; 33 W. Forsyth St, Jacksonville, Fla Sterling, $tOO. Has the best line of wheel
call on J. A. Daugbtery, Washington Ei E. Pons, of Baker county, engrossing .
9 $80.
I avenue, Titusville Fla.; Shoes made clerk;W.P.Graotham,of Marlon county, Rambler; and sundries A J
'fl to order In fine style. sef1e&nat arms; J. M. Gornto, of $30 $75. in the state.
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Suwannee county, enrolling clerk; T. J. E. B. Williams & Go. Patee $60. Kinds of war
'SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto Peavey, doorkeeper F. G. Reeves, mar bicycle; repair
E. B. William. A Co. wholesale : Rev. J. B. Ley, of Tallahassee, S eclalo I $35. neatly done.
fruit and merchants" Chaplain; W. Coulter, Janitor; Bonnie has the
produce 6i: South and
a Broad street Atlanta, Ga. See their Ellis, J. W. Smith and Louis Thomson ....Wholesale Fruit Produce Commission Merchants..,, best bicycle roads In Fla F. W. BEERS. Prog.QEORG.MARX. .
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advt. 5.Will p+ -
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page The chief feature of Interest In tbe 65 South Broad St., '- ATLANTA: GA.Forig1 .: : ;;;;
MAGIMARX
Senate Tuesday morning was a resolution JOHN

our subscribers be good from Brooms of Gadsen, Inviting L and IDome&tie; HTmltrs;
enough to look at the name anddaa slip .I William Jennings. I'J&Dhe defeated .,. EROS!
...&ed.DPOD their paper or wrapper, Ifthe presidential candidate, to address the
date Is '1WXV' or an earlier year Legislature on the silver question.' It TKGKTABTJCSI FBCITS Wholesale Dealers In----
".' than that,it Is an Indication that you are was adopted after a short debate. The String Beans. Oranges, o-rooer:1eet} > Frt"itt
"1'', Indebted to us, and we should be glad Senate adjourned at I p. m. Cauliflower.OkraCelery., Bananas, a.-.. .d hrod"Uo
tai
.-hae The House was called order at 11:30 and 133 Zest Bar .tees
you renew your subscription. .to Grape Fruit,' -- and U ..4U:N.w.aa lItreec.
by Chief Clerk: Bynnm, of Columbia 'aotli3oavi1lo d
: ,Cucumbers Lemons, I : "10ri
'There members .
county. were fiftyone Tomatoes "I" Limes e
Given Away. present. Chief Justice Mabry then advanced Beets, : .": Peaches. ONE
Cabbage, + OF THE
to the bar and administered the Squash, d;> }. 'Pineapples, OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES ]IN THE C CTO tf
Be convinced that
Little Bros. Fertillsft oath of office four members at a time New PotatoesStrawberries
Phosphate Co's. Pineapple Ferttlfanr B. F.Whltner of .. ,
being sworn. Orange > PPeas.
Is the best brand on the market. Asample county, was then chosen temporary Asparagus '. .Grapes.Cocoannts.RXTEUEfIKS.ThlnlWaUoaalBank.AtlantaG ... tables Returns JromS Ltd.1uZfr: what ** hayeln way of Fruit an and d
lot sent to bona fide Pineapple chairman and the organization was Write 118 Seed Potatoes
Growers. : ; G" Jobaeoa candy B5SSSJflMW5tl
,, shortly afterwards permanently or Gs.1 Armour radios Co.,Atlantic*.| >.M.TajlorV.S.DwKia*"CoTAUanta3aT MARX

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