<%BANNER%>

UFPKY NEH LSTA SLAF



Indian River advocate
ALL ISSUES CITATION SEARCH THUMBNAILS MAP IT! PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
Full Citation
STANDARD VIEW MARC VIEW
Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00074
 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 16, 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
 Record Information
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00074
 Related Items
Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

Full Text
-......--...""' ..-.." .

-. w,?' ,"!ii_... ..'..A_':I\-r\ !',!! "' '; ""' .Wf.p. ;'... r'w: ..,> wryn 'F,: "'I'IItA'\jI.I':\ ,''.'.''''''''\:'..,.... .. 1..} ...4L.\.r.. \' '.''.' .. \' :: "' "., ,' :"!II

w. ':' W'-r: ; ". "' '; '\ ," :J" "';'., "1-- .1t1r.'f", ,' I
.
I
'
'
.' \. f''" I 'I ,,' ,r
,
1 .
.. -;' ,
J" ,
e }

,1' ,
'
I

... ', ,.
.
: ," ; ,
I
I:;" ..'
C">> 'I
:paop: So : .} !
.
'"

::3 sf' ,' ,;:I ,,


ooO -a
"r '

; ', (,'n

J ; '.
S


od- E: .. .4 I '',, :

a'e '
I
I + t e. r '

ct C>> .' II'"
.....,
.
'
1 --- ,y, .. T

.A.2U'n: :E:1'' COAST CHR'OlVICLE.:: : ,

.
.

1. :14. No. 1O. TITUSVIL: :E"LA., FRIDAY, APRIL, 16,. 1897. Price, 5c .


.
>CAL 'NEWS ALL SHADES OF CREPE TISSUE, TRY WELCHTS GRAPH: JUICE. For 1 ALL THE LATEST and 'most popular Shoes : -Mr. A., Hlldreth who has been enjoying '
10 cents a yard, at sale by F. S. Chaffee A: Co., Titusville, songs of the day, bChaffee A Co'a. M himself at Indktnola all the winker -

topics of General Interest Cu.&rVBE & CO'S, Fla.. In half-pint. plat and quart If you want something 'nice In the expects to-leave for his borne In Columbus -
Titusvllle, Fla. bottles. HATS AND TRIMMINGS. New goods way W ladles', Rents'; or children's shoes, 0.,, tomorrow sMr.
arriving dally. cal *r write Julius Kline, Titusvllle,
If you receive a sample copy of Mash IL;.W. RKY: OU>R. Fla.. He has an elegant assortment thatIs and)1", Julius.' Kline left here.
VOCATB, it Is an Intimation that Mr: Roberts of Mime The Mlaml-Nassa steamer made' .,
Harry was a 'Tltusvillc, Fla. sure to please everyone;: -both as- to yesterday for Jacksonville, n routs to
Id give us pleasure to add your pleasant caller at the ADVOCATE office i her lafct trip for the season on Tuesday.The quality! and price. New York via the Clyde -Line. They ;
our fast-Increasing list of sub- on Wednesday. expect to beaway about three wetiks.Supt. .
.. It does hot cost you three stew smokestack for the Florida -Col. D. L. Gaulden and son LeSueur
tor week (postage; Included) wheny -Tax Assessor J. F. Wooten, of Extract!: Cb's. works, at this place, was. returned home yesterday. from their trip Preaching; at the Baptist church this Dillon has decided to move
the year and It can be sent to Cocoa,' was In town on Tuesday and put up this week. to Tallahassee. evening at 7:30. Baptism after preach- the Western Union Telegraph office from

I any part of the United StateS l: or Wednesday. -The. regular fortnightly bicycle races, -Today bcln .6ood Friday morning ing.; Everybody Invited. the Sorlmgeour' \building to the -F.. E. C. a

I without extra expense. I -Sunday next is Easter Sunday, no will be held In town to-morrow afternoon and evening services will be held at St. Congressman Rofct. W. Davis frequently Ryt station at,:Titusvllle.. .

50 per annum, in advance. let all Ret; their new hats bonnets, etc., weather permitting.; Ga rlel's Episcopal Church, Tltu vllle. remembers the ADVOCATE with I -Rev. James Bolton, of Cocoanut

00 six months, '. in readiness for the occasion, -"Mra. Jennie G. Hall who' has beenspending -Owing to thorstokness of frot J. R. public. documents, ete., which we muck ,Grove, passed through; >TltnsvtUe Tuesday

00 per an. to foreign countries.ver -Mr. W. T. Wood freight agent of the winter in St. Augustine, Anthony, the Tttusvllle public school, appreciate. conference, on bin-of way to Daytona, to attend a

inside the J., T. & K. W. Railway, was in townon has left for Providence, R. I. with tbe exception of tbe ktadergarten Again Mr. Flag-tar' is to the front ministers of his church.Mr. .
fall to read our pages. Tuesday and Wednesday. department, waa>elosed'on Wednesday. with a generous offer to aid those who. Henry J. Eftger: ; to town
Till find to In- T. ]C. Richards the
always something -Ca".t. : pineapple spend
meta with an aocldeat during the visit of yesterday from Miami, to a week v,
rou.orney. -Mrs. G. T. Anthony, of Washington king of Eden, went as far as Jacksonville -Services have been held bore every last '
!ob..Wm. J. Bryant; to St. Augustine or two with his wife and family. His
Ga., says:' I look forward to the Monday returning home Wednes day this (Holy) week at the Episcopalchurch' week. friends her
Hall to
R. F. spent Sunday many are pleased see
Arobdeaoott
,- B. F. Brown.
arrival of the ADVOCATE every week day. by him .
fcsonvllle. with great Interest. There will be no service to- orrow (Saturday -Mr. and Mrs. J. F.. Mitchell, ot ;. again.We
yard county tax books will keep -The members of the Octagon ReadIng ), however. Cocoa.arrived: in town yesterday on a .- acknowledge receipt of the "Re" ''
.:.Orange trees and pineapple plants Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon visit to ex-Postmaster W. S. Norwood of the Commissioner. '
ntll April 20th, by order of the ....; port of Agriculture ,
the residence of Mrs 'W'm.M. We acknowledge receipt of Invitation ?
Commissioners. along; Indian River are now looking in next at an and wife. of the State of Florida, for the period
r from tbs Orlando Board of Tradeto
fine condition. Every orange; grower is Brown. ,B
Jan. IS0ll aDd Dec.
Jot ending
( ''Glen Strohm of West Palm with the outlook. attend the tenth annual meeting of -Mrs. S. G.Tanlandtngham: presented beginning .
quite pleased
E. of 81,1800 from... B. Wombwoll Com.
-Mrs. L. Causey, Georgetown, ; ,'
here :Monday on the Florida. Horticultural Society, to be her husband with a bouncing baby boyon
stopped over
York has Fla. who has' been visiting;' her sister, mlxaloaur of Agrtoultu e, Tallahassee .t'
,
r home from St. Augustine, held at Orlaado, May.4tb, 5th, Oth and Tuesday. Both mother and child are ; ,
'invltedGoyernorBloxhum and staff to Mrs. A. T. Feaster, for several days past, 7tlr. doing well, and the happy father wears a I -The ADVOCATE- the largest weekly i.t

. F. H. Houghton, of Daytona, be present at the inauguration of the left for home yesterday. smiling countenance. all-home-prlnt newspaper published on ,
It received a new 87) ($100)) Rambler Grant monument on April 27th. -Tbe Florida State Association of -Mr. JON A. Bootlus. who has beea the East Coast between Miami and. /
engaged In the cultivation of -Mr. J..Ot Walton left bere Tu..day
f, which he Is q-.ilte proud of. 'Postmaster John O. Jones left 'here Rallwuy Surgeon will hold their second and pineapples for BODM oranges 1 for Jacksonville and Savannah,, to confer,! Jacksonville and we hope our East

Geo. W. Scobie left here lasto for Georgiana last Saturday, returning annual meeting at Palatka, Tuesday, GeOrglana. left Titusvllle, Wednesday with some aorthern capitalists who are Coast merchants will give us their sup .I'
_ join his wife, who was stopping home on Monday. Mr. Stanley Jones April 20th. Special rates will be madeat morning for Jacksonville, en route to contemplating the purchase of land on instead that we can make' It ten pages. .;, .

Iksonvllle. Mr. and Mrs. ScobleI took charge of the postofflce during! his the hotels for those attending. Wyk of Fohr, Germany, on a visit to the East Coast. of eight' \ f

I home on Monday. absence.Mr. -Mrs.-E. A. Chatfield and her daugh relatives. Mr. Boetlua did not fall to --Mr. J. E. Stillman, the well known Mr. and Mri. A. P.'Trlay and fara-, \,'

_>1. Tiffin, of Courtenay, 'after ac- Wm. M. Brown, president of ter, Miss Alice who have been spending; subscribe for the ADVOCATE ere leaving representative: of, Little Bros fertilizer lly, well known and former residents ofTitusville ':
Dying his nephew as far as St. the Bank of Bay BIsoayne, and Mr. E. L. the .season at their fine winter home at Indian River.Many company returned to Jacksonville Tuesday are expected In St. Auguitlne "

tine spent a couple of days or solytona Brady went down to Miami, Tuesday, South Rockledge. have arrived ,at their of the Titusvllle friend of evening;, from his 'business. trip this VORei.week on a visit to Capt. end Mrs. 1S.':1'

on his '''return to Indian to look after their business interests at summer place at New Haven Conn. Mrs. M. J. Graham will regret to'lelUD south, as far as Miami. I and Leo at Humana.Mr.Cuba.Trlay where American he. tins been con "\ 1

that place. -The last of the vestibule trains of of her death, which occurred the latter Senator Quay modestly disclaims for a couple of years or so.- '
there the left St. Augustine on Tues- part of last week at her home in Phila .
is reported that Mr. and Mrs. -Next Sabbath being Easter, season holding; a first mortgage on the Pennsylvania
Toss, late of Titusville, may man- will be special services at the Presbyterian day. These luxurious trains are a great delphia. Her demise was due to pneu legislature. 'All the same, It In I
aytona hotel this summer. Mrs. church. The flowers and decor- convenience to people visiting; FloridaIn monia. During the. deceased lady's well to bo on guard, or he may foreclose, HOTEL NOTES.
9 one of the best pastry cooks ont ations have been beautiful of late. You the winter, and they are well patronIzed visits here, she made many friends by unbeknownst.-Boston Transorlpt.Mr. -
CoastS are always welcome. II. M.. GOODELL. by the traveling public. her ladylike ways and genial istics. and Mrs. C. L. Ives and daughter, vllle, N. C., the owner wishing tq retire '
way in which that bicycle rider -Visits to the beautiful home of Mr. Mr..W. L. Randall;of Evanston, lit, I who have been spending the winter at from active hotel life. See ad.. on this.
J".
Into the surf at Ormond, recent- and Mrs. C.A. Bacon (known as No. 0,) and Mrs. G. H. Hazlett, of Chicago, -Land Commissioner E. Ingraham.anal Eau Oajlle) parcel through '!'Itu vlll", page. ,
aid to have been quite amusing. at Ormond are always much enloyed by have been spending some time at the Mrs. Ingraham of St. Aucrustlne; en route to their home In Grand, Rapid,
I Is lots of fun for beginners on the tourists and others,' who always receivea Holly Inn, Daytona. This Is Mr. Rand Mrs..M. U. Spades, of Indianapolis, Mich., where they have ordered the ADVOCATE If you want .a bargain, Just read theVadvt.
glad; welcome. .Such was the case on all's third visit to the East Coast, and Ind., passed through Titusvllle Monday, to follow them. of hotel, cottages, furniture, land. ,
Sunday last when a party-Including an he expects to come here next winter en route to Miami and Key -West. Mr. etc., for sale on our Oth page. This U> a,
r. J. G.. Bast, proprietor of the representative-visited" No. Ingraham; has been Ill\ for some week.. -The Florida State Troops will probably good thing for some energetic hotel man
View hotel, broughte ADVOCATE -We acknowledge; with thanks a 63- past, so we hope the trip will be a beneficial bold their annual encampment this !
ADVOCATE sanctum yesterday a 0. page annual pamphlet on the "Climateand one to his health, Mrs. Spades hasa year at Tallahassee commencing on MaT The Tampa Bay hotel has closed./ ton '
amen of''a flower, from one of -Mr; and Mrs W. W. Russell and Crop Service of the Weather Bureau: winter cottage In St. Augustine, where i-2th! the bill having passed the IIouno. the season,
gnoUa trees which .adorn the front Mrs. Ridlon left Ormond on Monday for New Mexico section," from Mr. II. B. she has a host of friends. Recruits will have to hustle to make a The Mount Pleasant Rouse Wlilta '
I hostelry. Sebastian, where they informed our representative llersey, observer and section director, presentable appearance by that date. ,
who Mountains N. II. will be opened by
Intended spending a Santa t'e, New Mexico. -Mrs. E. M. Vining, of Ormond, .
f riling us from Washington, D. C.; they Russell the has been 111 for some time, died Saturday -Mr. Harry C, Eyer, one of Cocoa's Messrs. Anderson &' Price, of Hotel, '
[A. Becker, owner of an orange few days. Mr. little was taking and to -Mr. C. II. Johnson, treasurer of the night The ,funeral services were most popular young men,.paused through Ormond, on July 3rd.
off to have picnic,
I at City Point, says: The' weather ladies a the Sebastian and Dodson Printers' Supply Co., Atlanta, held at the house, and she was burled hero, Tuesday, on his way to Rochester That popular room-clerk. Mr.
them over
but cold. .Trees are putting:: out give Cincinnati a trip Farms Railway. passed through Titusvllle, Saturday Sunday afternoon In the City Cemetery, N/ Y., where he will occupy bill olds L. II. Blngham, of young Hotel Ormond,. will, i''
foliage and primroses are just fast, on his way home from a trip to a large crowd of friends following .the position with the Vanderbilt Improvement probably leave for his home at New '
enolng to bloom in this section. -Divine service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal Nassau, N. P. He said -he had enjoyedhis remains. The deceased lady had re- Co. Mr. Eyer Is quite a smart Britain Conn. on Monday next.
Merrtck .church, Titusville, today (Good ocean voyage 'very much, and was sided In Ormond for many years, and young follow, and he can safely hold his ,
|hag r. Q. M. of fish New this Brighton season, Friday), at 10:30 a: m. and 7:30 p.m. very pleased with Nassau. was greatly; beloved b'y all who knew own against the young men of New York Mr. Henry W. Merrill, the Jovial manager -,
caught more Ormond. Last The evening sermon will be'on the "In- -Slowly but surely the ADVOCATE her. As far as we know she leaves a State tRoadma of the Royal Palm Miami, left for

[any he caught guest at 88 Hotel trout off Ormond termediate State, or Christ in Paradise." subscription list Is Increasing. One of husband and son (Mr. Jas. P, Vlnlng, of ter E. Ben Carter- of the Hotel .Windsor New York, the latter ,,,1
will also be service at 11 a. m. Hotel her sad loss.. part of last week. He.Is a whole-eouled
B. Mr. Merrlck Miss Herrick and There the causes of this Is, that we attend to Coquina) ,to mourn Florida East Coast Railway, has been In 4
( Mabel Merrlck expect to leave for and 730( p. m, on Sunday next (Easter our own business and do not bother ourselves She,was 70 years old. I town this week, looking after some work and popular manager, And wehope to

I next,Monday. Sunday; ). Holy Communion at morning will about other people's affairs. We -Mli.. Tnmllnson... daughter of Mr. H.lnrr done on Mr.- Klafflar's cottager.Porches see him,on'the East Coast ollx" nter. 't''
service. Archdeacon B. F. Brown are trying to make a good paper, and Harvey Tomlinson, who resided In Titus are being added to some of The Indian River hotel, Titusville, has. "
r;' "no. J. Jacob, of Wheeling from Miami, vv. officiate. our increased circulation Is an Indication vllle for a while, chartered the St. Augustine them, and other Improvements made, so been undergoing a thorough cleaning i I
turned to Titusvllle -Mrs. J. W. Ballantine 'and Miss H. that our efforts are appreciated by oar steamer Hustler, Monday night, that the tenenta will be more comfortable this week. Every room was. 'Ii
day, and left for home next day, B. Ballantine regular winter visitors to numerous East Coast friends. for a trip on the river. On board the than ever. carpet and furniture while the good ,t

fatly; spending-hunting the and winter fishing.here very Het the hospitable, home of Capt. and Mrs. -Dame Rumor says 'we are to have steamer were tbe Misses Tomllnson, -An addition' has been built to the work was going on, and the Inside of the .JIJ'i','
W. H. Sharpe, passed through TI- Murke, Young, Lamb, Arnold, Marie house looks resplendent In Its'neatness .
forget to plank down $1.50 for another' whist club In town after Lent- south side of the Tltusville wharf-near
DVOCATB ere leaving town. tusvllle, Saturday last, on their way to probably two more. Between reading, and Erma Genovar, and Mrs. lloey; the east end-ywhlch affords better facilities and cleanness. Mrs. L. II. Decker" the- '.-1'.; "
Hotel Alcazar, St. Augustine, where whist and tennis clubs sailing and row. Messrs. Genovar.Burke, Lenaken, Kennedy for the arrival and departure of sail new hou.ekeeperupervl the tv.ort. i.
he Tlraes-Unlqn has the following they intended spending some days. Miss ing parties, dances, bicycle races, etc., Foster, Lee llowatt, Corbett and and row boats than heretofore. The Hotel Ormond will close for tbe season -. '
r about one,of the ADVOCATE'S Ballantine informed us that her father Tltusville promises to be quite lively Tom Inson. On their return a fine supper new wharf bas been built by publlo subscription on Monday next, much to.the regret ;,
ben : "Mr. H. Julius Smith,, a would Join them in the Ancient Citle, during the summer months. We are was provided by Miss Tomlinson. and will be quite s boon to of tbe remaining guests. This hotel has. L
nent capitalist of Pompton, N. J., and they would then leave for their pleased to note our people are bestirring Mr. and Mrs. Tomlinson and Miss Tom- those having occasion to come here In done 'quite a Rood tourist business this e6'":.
5as a winter home at Rockledge Is summer home in Somerville, N. 'J. themselves, as we want to see lots of : llnson. will leave, this week, for New their yaebta.Mr. winter; and when new bath-rooms are ,
friend of Mr. C. H. Smith, ex- I York where the ADVOCATE will
and Mrs. J.F. Hathaway, prominent amusement in town this summer. city, added and a few other contemplated im. : ,
ry of the Board of Trade. While -Mr. follow them. Mr' Ton lIollOn will hold and Mrs. D. A. BloJgett and made It will do better than
k city a day or two ago he banded well known residents of West Somerville -Mrs. Henry R. Jones of New Hartford the porltlon of chief steward on board family will probably leave Daytona for ever.prorements Messrs. Anderson & Price, the .
check Ma....., have been among the pear Ct., was a-guest of Hotel Ormonda home In Grand Rapids Mich., next
tter gentleman a for $500 for Mr. II. M. Flagler's steam yacht Alicia, their (assisted ay tbe genial and ;
nefit of the Union Congregational ant guests of but Hotel Ormond Monday for they some left couple of days the first of the week. this summer. Monday. Mrs. Fred l'. Taylor, of Rock- managers happy-going M.... Price), certainly do all ':'t'
Such is months past on She says her visit was a very pleasantone has been visiting Mr. and Mrs.
ledge ,.
i. liberality certainly very to their and make '/
please guests
they can
Mr. Hathaway is connected -Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Currier and
endable." for home. and Messrs. Anderson at: Price de- Blodgettthis week and Mr. and Mrs k
I ;
with one of the largest photographing es- serve considerable praise for their ex- their two bright children-Helen and S. II 'Peck and family will probably them feel at home. The guests always a'i J
r. R. L. Griffith, of Providence, R. tablishments In the United States, which treme courtesy to their guests. Mrs. Donald-who spend the winters at Hotel leave Rockledge this week for Mr. Blodg- have a good word to say about Hotel 1
I broken the fishing record for the employs about 130 men. Tbe firm of Jones now believes what the ADVOCATE Ormond, expect to leave for hotel Alcazar ett's cottage on Daytona beach where Ormond and Its management. ,t :;

i Rockledge..' He has caught Sprague & Hathaway turns out some bas said about Hotel Ormond, its management next Monday. After stopping at they will remain sometime ere leaving

TOO pounds of fish. Among his very fine work, specimens of which maybe and its Jovial guests; as well as several places en route, they hope to for Hotel Arlington, their summer, hotel Good Hotel For Sale. /;
tabes was one of thirteen black seen at this office. To keep In touch about its beautlfuLdrivesand picturesque reach their' home at Lynn Mass., about at Petoskcy Mich. It a
,
I Lake Poincet, which weighed 70 with the East Coast, Mr. Hathaway subscribed the 8th of May. Mr. and Mrs. Currierare .. HollyInn fully
sale tile
scenery. Daytona,
'T>lie Is the largest catch ever for the ADVOCATE ere leaving.Mr. general favorites, and- their arrival For .
i from the lake. Another big -The, sloop Ada, of Port Orange; e"erwinter Is anslou.lylooked for at Grove and Residence furnished and equipped throughout.This r
1 Orange
ras 84 ponnds tea few hours, five' John Elnlg, one of our Jackson- stopped over at Tltusville a short while Hotel Ormond. Mr. Currier is president hotel is'one of the best paying r
i weighing 49: pounds. He rs now vine subscribers, has sold his horseless Saturday( last, en route down.IpdlanRiver. of a bask; aluo treasurer of one company for Bale.' establishments on the East Coast, and .
1 at Wblte s cottage. Mr. Griffith carriage to Mr.Panm ore Gordon, residingIn On board were Mr. 'and } .. and director In some other big concerns Is now open For particulars apply to. ,hi bMiss.
been at England. lie read an account of the Thomas Allan, the Misses 'Allan, 'iMlss He Is kind ..O.8. Foarin, .
nly Rockledge about two In Muaa ball8tta. a of philanthropist A fine and garden property 'of
carriage became Interested, and_ procured Edith Hart \fl' and Mrs. John ,Hind grove Daytona, J'1a.
,
for he purchased
:. an orange 12 acres, fronting jOn the Indian River
a photograph of It. Several letter and Miss Hind, ot Columbus, ua. ; Miss Ormond some and instead
grove at years ago, and extending back to the county roadat
Uss Fannie McCormick of Clinton six weeks
the ,
have passed during past Edith Winne* 'Miss Van Riper, and of his he It .
selling crop gave awayto 8barpes-about W/ miles south of
who with her mother him that he A Fine Hotel for Hale.
was a and finally Mr. Elnlg wrote Messrs. D. P. 'Winne and Edward II. charities and friends. Like great Tltusville known as the Brock place;
me visitor to Titusvllle some time would take $500 for his rolling machine York. left Port -
of New They '
Klssani, of our wealthy northern visitors house four
rites the ADVOCATE that her two and the horseless carriage many more 600 bearing tree.; good Owner wishing to retire, will sell w the- ,
the money came, Orange on the Oth Inst., on a hunting who-take an Interest In the East and kitchen servants' house and ;
era and a friend started some weeksn boxed and loaded on the hada room. ; oldest and best known transient' and
and
was and fishing cruise report baring;
subscriber. 'to the
Coast became
a 20ft. sailboat, for Indian River, Clyde steamship last week. This car- glorious time hauling In the finny ADVocera.a they. packing house. Price, $',GOO.oo.. family hotel In Asbevllle N. C. Small,,
hen they got as far as BoUxlo, riage was almost entirely built by Mr. tribe. Mr. Kissam Is a well known Apply to cash payment Centrnrlocation and ivy
GBABAM
-----+ ROBBINS A ,
one of her brothers became very Elnlg. Mr. Gordon said that they had lawyer on Broadway, while Mr. Winne valuable frontage. Apply to
,.
th rheumatic fever and they had similar carriages In England, but they U a, prominent: merchant on the same For Sale at a Bare Bargain. ,AU, fpr owners.Titusvllle j.1a.I LocK Box .003, '
'1 the boat and return- horn Mr; were too heavy and cumbersome, and he street and a very pleasant and sociable Ashevllle,,K. C., t 1
rmlck Is said to be still quite ill, wanted last such an one as Mr. Elnlg's gentleman. The above Jovial party Informed A beautiful home on Indian River, ten
be doctors say it will be another to travel back and forth to the railroad tbe ADVOCATE that they expected i acres of high oak and hickory hammock Town Tax Book Notice.
veeks before he can get over It. station. to continue their cruise as far as 8 acres In cultivation, 600 orange trees I, STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.: r
McCormlck's mother owns angrove Lake Worth. In good condition 3 inch flowing well on For the best in town, give If. H.pickera
t at Mima. the highest point, has 33O feet riverfront The tax boob of the Town of,Titnsville trial. ne has a large and varied.
Orange Grove Wanted. half mile from Malabar station and will. remain open until Jane 1st. stook to select from) popular prices. la

For Bale.,. postofflce, a good six-room bou e. This i. A. HArrEMETTE, ._. ..
|To Persona Going North.o Wanted a small orange grove with plane cost the owner A4.000, will be sold Collector. sa 'advertising medium no>

MaUory Line first-chuw, round good roomed hoo e. Must be cheap Palm Grove, Melbourne, Via' PIcturesque for $1,600 For further Information address eaM paper on the East Coast oan beat the.AOVOOATK. .

tickets, Fernandlna to New :York, for cash. Address 8. J:. B., Box 2.Daytoullt Fla., residence; orange grove; water R. C.BAETAV Caaacxi FLA. Wanted-a 1Littlnch. Give ns a trial advt.. ,

supply; fancy fruits;shrub., palms, etc. and be convinced of the pink paper'.a'wortb. .
,R. E. M., Apply toA. Alto yacht to ends In.' Both mast .
Care ADVOCATE:, For Sale. E.: CAMPBELI.: owner, Engineer.'and be in Al condition. Address
.Titos vllle, Fla. Melbourne, Indian River, Fla. To Civil Surveyor Box CAUos.
*. Offloe Where You Can. Obtain the''' !
A tract of 180 acres of fertile vegetable ADVOCATE ,
front. Can be A surveyor's theodolite and tripod for Tltafvllle, "la. ;
land ocean and river "Adtocate"f.
Bones Wanted.
', ; at sacrifice figure. Apply to Oat of Bight I/ ..... CoM 9185.00; will sell for 9100.00 ,, I t; .; ,
bought a '' '
eMI1. ;.APpll to : i::; 'aa4.
tsee.
O. BesT *
J. J. '
ve bones and send them to the r amen
your K..WAiToar WATCH REPAIRING: done by Anthony TrrtJftYisUUf W
Jack- Grand View hotel Those 5- ent boxes of candy for tU I CHAS.. r .
nvflle., Fla." rerUllser Will pay Co.cash, South for them. Tltusrin, 71* children at Chaffee A Go's. Titnsville Fla. U..., West FSIm1B.ech,17a.:. W.AOOVVn**, UOMIAIOMMT* wIi

.

S


'.
.

.
.
II t

.. : ..l1Yh'N.kAL.." ;;;.' :.&........ ,. .. ::i. I IL < ,,";;y. 'I" h.'f:1'q' ;, ii'; ,
; II' : U < .
.':. ; z. y: '!t 'oI/:":/ ",,,! ;'.1tifl,: 'I"'1f.;-"'"''' / """' :,'<",-.,' ,I.. "-'\ ;,;,. 'II'" """'" ;"j ,- ; .-; ...'



.".\ "! -r. B
\ : ; .
I 'V' .. '1.10.:"." ,".;1:" ,". .. "1 .. lit'!, ; ,:


.

\ ..
.

4

RIVER ADVOCATE. APRIL '*6. t897.I .

--...
.
I -- ...::

'I out and notices posted according I : to law, Spring Kequlre iioicrIILYSCii00L: STATE HARRY

{? ScrofulaSores the same Is ,hereby: declare)) a public :MENT. MASONS

road. Tliat all the Impurities whlcJh haveaooumulatnd I Statement for the month ending the
Ordered that In the matter of change
In blood during the
Brevard
of public road in the town of Cocoa, i your 31st day of March, 18U7 for
waster shall be promptly and thoroughl1'.eq.ollell Jobbers la
Impaired ButHood's Fine
Health Was Greatly ,
from the store of 8. S. Jones to the' If good health la expected. County, )Fla U. JCAHON CO.W Import .
Sarcaparllla Built ItUp- property of Weinberg and Sloan as When the warmer weather comes these aEcAPrrU1. TI01f. '
'
I Aores Have Disappeared. viewed and laid out according to the Impurities are liable to manifest themselves Total during month. .* 583.73: : Day Street,
orders of the Board, aaid change is here- receipts Liquors and Cigars
'''1 was troubled/with eruptions on my la various ways and often leads Total expenditures. 1811..OT .JACKSONVILLE. fi|
by ordered a public road. ,
Y i scrofula. WceriousIllness. Unless the blood 's
; face which appearei'Ilk. Myhealth .
,
Ordered that In the matter of petitionof RSCg1P1'8Sfarch,1897.Balance
rich .and that tired feel ng will afflict ITEMIZED
was so much Impaired that I was N. M. Fish et *t, asking: that he pure : . 42.45 -
i you' yoar appetite will fail and you to treasury. . T Grade Whiskies
01 J advise to take Hood's Barsaparllla to neighborhood road from W.. F. Dlxon's will find yourself "all run down." From tax collector soliool levy.* 98.03 Etc,
d build me' up and I bought! six bottlM. south line to the north line of F. Ives' li.iod'sSaraaparillatones and strength I "u ... poll tax 24 00 ;

Before d taken halt of thla amount I be established as a public road, ths.same ens'the' system drives out all impurities State treas. redempt. of lands. '. 125 W) ..--.-..

+) found that I was Improving. I could rent having/ been ordered opened. Is hereby and makes pure, rich healthy .blood.Ltoiid's School fund Interest 40080 ktJmported and Domestic f Southern Belle, Book and Rye.. .. ,, .. ?..rmnttao, '

r better at night' and felt refreshed to the declared to be the county rond.mado his 1 Samaparllla Is the ope true blood Otns-RellandOld1oruetc.nwBtl iipple;peach.,. .blackberry....... ... .,andpeschandhoney.i.. ..... .Promtlpt' ", l

morning. I gained in flesh and when I The county judge having purifierand the bent spring medicine. Total receipts . . . .>1385 78 .... ..... ..." ? .. .... ..... ...." .fm01ty01"a. ",
h monthly report for licenses issued duringthe 3iueupWl"Claret, etc; from.... .. .. . lrootLtoA>
1 Be to only Hood's. W1neePmrtherryClaretsF9ne5LBran Catawba.- ... ,.... ""
six bottles the sure get
1 had finished the : : oreRpn, month of March, the same was. exaru- ITEMIZED EjtPBWDITCBES. .. . .. .."*. .. ......... .. ,.. .....<.'.. .. .... '........ ...Iroln. ""Jjnigs
I L lace had all disappeared."' J. D.BOD- : ... ...... .. .... ... .....;.... .. ....
my Inod and approved. Jno H ams, Snpt salary . 75 00 Bottled Beer.. .. .".......... ..... ... ... ..,.from 81'.311.....
DIE, Postmaster, Nashv1 leNo. Carolina. Permit were granted to the following Miss Ethel Nordhoff, a daughter of I A L Hatch memo board. . v IS ISO All other Fine Brands at equally Low Prices u k

After .suffering from amore leg for 25years persons to capture a manatee or sea cow Charles Kordbotf, the American journalist J IS Snu_den, memo board. . 400 and demijohns will be packed In boxes,when so requested, without

. : four bottles of Hood's Barsaparllla : for purely scientific purposes, according has chosen book-binding aa .a trade I Dun E :Miller.- memo board. .. 8 00 tra cost Money refunded for "emptjes"! when returned. Express Compai
made a complete cure. I( Is .several years : chapter 4,208 l laws of Florida, acts : I J II Same, office expo Supt. . 1000 not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble U1. **
since I took Hood's Sarsaparilla,' but 1 ISfCJ: : iR.'0. Hardee Thos. F. Bell J. L: and has learned it at the. Doon bindery, I, W E Booth reps. bdg. at Cocoa. 9 75 Send for Price List, or call upon MASONCO.-' .,

';t I L have not suffered wits any sore or eryalp- Parker, John Linn, C. J. Schoonmaker near London. J Sorensen, repairs at Jensen, .' 81)Oe6 301, 307, 800, 811,.W. Bay St., (Mason Block) UCKSONVILLR, FLA.

., .las 'Ip that.time." MBS. 61.J. HARTLEY, and R.L. Motlow. F PaddlBon reps at Grunt. 13 87: ----a- ------_
Remember Ordered that a permit' be hereby i "3f. small objection which young' folks F T Budge, reps at Jensen 7.65
Lovstt Georgia. ranted to l). P. Powell to plant oysters bad to the old-time spring-meUiclnes Shiloh 700 . 8 SJS

Hood's Sarsaparilla upon his riparian rights on lot 2, section was their nauseousness.In our day Jan Pritehard, Int. on Indebt'ness 75 94 Florida East Coast I

Is the Best-the One True Blood furiner. Bo 2.1: township 84, south ef range 35 east, this objection is removed and Ayer's J Van II Nash free text books 8 03 Ry,
the not maternal
r tame being a oysterbed Sarsaparilla, the most powerful ad pop. Jim II Sams prep'd freight on
h sure to gut Hood's and ODI'Uood'LHood / l Acts of Florida Time Table Mo. Corrected L April 1, 1R97.
uDder.cbaptet' 4,20,
.1 ular of blood-purlIIers is a. pleasant books and charts. 2054J .
ssytotak.,.*asy td buy 181)3. to the palateas a cordial. : 11' Bell -No S2. ., 650
S PIllS J e&llY to opuwie. 260.i1 Ordered that .a permit be granted to ADVOOATE survey, pub. flnan. stat'mts 2 00 SOUTH BOUND (Bead Down). MOUTH BOUND ( Read Up). -

._ .. ... R. L. ToiiRHnrul to plant oysters on his ... Gen.ral siiDulv bills . . 243 05 No2a NoB5 NaSI 7To8' ) 8TATIONS----o1'j.:0 ill I""U ",
riparian right on lot 1, section 30. township Nine women obtained the doctor's Teachers salaries .. .'.. 156820 Tlwa Tii; B/si j) T 4hp N021101 1.v..f"" ,..,.."AI'. Up "-'" B i lUs r1'D;;;; !
?g .. Free and 87, south of range 41 east, accordIng degree of taM1021a4Up. 716p .... AI'.8t.AutlUHttne..Iv. dafbp . .
the Berne 7Ws.UaUq
I -- to chapter 4,208 Acts of 1803. : at University .. .. 101kia. ......... ... .... .. Lv..dt.. .Aaen.tina.Ar. 1128P .;.. .
The bills audited and Switzerland, at the last examination.The Total expenditures . 'If 1811 25 .::...1105& .... ...... ... :: ........ ..MplnlfR./..' ... :: I IJIP! .. ... .... : :
Accepted Masons, following were ..... ...... ... ...... .......East: ) .:... 4alp. .... .. .......
ordered to be paid : Queen of Portugal was instrumental .. ...... ..:;.. .. ... r........ .PaI..tka..........Lv. .. ...... .. ? ...
I 1 J. P. Brown, condeiu'n. at Eden. 80 70 named Susan ...;:. ... ...... .... x.v..Palatka, :.... .:AI' .. ..:: ::,: : :.
J. P. . . . 2000 in introducing the serum .-treatment A Virginia woman ..... ..'... ...... ......Av....:...,$anMdeo..Lr.. : .. .. ..... ..... :::
u Brown jailor
of Into that Smith has been elected sheriff. ..... ...... ...... ...... L..t.D Mateo.... ;....Ar. .. .. .. ... "
b. J. P. Brown,' waiting on com'rs. 6 00 dyphtherla country. .......1..... ...... ...... Lv..........Ormood..Ar. . ::::': :
Indian TUiMvllle I J. P. Brown, feeding county dogs 4 00 An ante-bloomer bill has been defeated ..... ...:.. .... ..... : ,.. .. ..IMytona..r.:,....'" 415p.... ..?. .::::
Icy Rivor / Fla. A. 'A. Stewart, accountant. . .;. 15 00 The great favor In which Ayer's SPllls ..... .. ..,. ..... ...... :: ........t'or. l'anKe..I.,.. :: i '."' .." ::::': : :::
In the Alabama State Legislature. ..... ... ...... .... ... : ... .
,. Lodge No. 80 ... .
r.? J. Mend), recording roads. . 7 BO are held all over the world has been ....... ...... .. .... .:'.... ,. .:....New .. m'rns."I". ". .. ..,. ...... ......
J. McCrory wood fur clerk's ethos! 1 00 well earned. They are easy and .even I ...... 28a...... ... ...... :: ......, ..TltaRviU.. ....... ::' .... .. .. : :::: :::::
...... ... ..: ...... :., .. ........
Holds It* maatlairs the snoond and fourth Frl- D. L. Gaulden, conviction fees. 2501) pleasant to take and for all complaints 804p .Cot, Point. ., .... .. ....
.
des bonne Titusvlue AGENTS-$23; to $50 per week easy. ....... 8Up..... ....... .. ... ... Cocoa .;... 1 1'1: tllp, .. ..... .
of each the Court -
at 7:-M p.ONtotb..t... J. P. Brown janitor' . . 5 00 of the stomach liver and bowels, are the You work right around home. A- brand ..... 880p .. ..... ..... :: ..,...uochisdgsEoiel.....: ::. t2W1p..."... ....: :::::: :.::::
B. K. Wilson med'l. attd'ce. pile 1 (10 safest and most thorough medicine in ...... /li.. ,... .....EauG..JJJe.. .... .. Jlli-lp .. ..
-; A. T. Feaster Worshipful Master. J., P. Brown launch at 6 00 pharmacy. Every dose effective. new thing. Write to us quick You ...... '18p ;.......:..... ::. .:::........t.I..oo.. ...:...... :: 11 bra ."..::. ..:...: : ": .:
Geo. W. (toobie, Senior Warden. M. Goldsmith will be surprised at bow cattily it can be ...... .> ...... ...... .... ..... .... .. ..... ,.... JI .. ... ..... .... ....
s. serving papers on 4 1iOp....... .. .... Rmtolnnd. .. .... 11low/ .
donei Send address .... ...
{ K. F. Hall, Junior Warden. ITamberg .>. .... .. . . 110A. as your anywayIt :...v... tarp ...... .::::. ..::.. .........Sobaatlan.."....,,.. !lore. .... .:, .. :.....,., _
( r I U. R. Wilson, Treasurer T. Feaster, 'county treasurer. 02 82: The 'Royal College of Surgeons, In will be to your Interest to Investigate." ...... L6tip .. ... ...... ....... St; Lllclft...... ..:' 101Os.. ...... ...,... ......Nan_!
J. )Mendel Seeretar T. J. Cockubutt officer. 10 41 London, has decided to 'confer degrees Write to-day. Address, "People's, I ...... em( ....., SOOn i. .... .Fort Pie..oe.. ?; ". 10 ..... .,..... .....,
i A M. S. Sama Senior Deacan.J. regls. 3041 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. ...... 68/ip ... ..... 6UOa r.............Eden.. ........ ." :"; .... ...... ....... 63p
D. L. Oaulden, pros attorney 83 33Electrlo : upon women ...... 64ua ..'... ...... sits ......A.Jonsen. ... ... ... .. ....... Btq
A. Happersetto J.Junior Deacon. LlRbtCo. . . . .. 1600 ...... 641ia ...... ...... 684a .. ............Io\tnar. ......... .I 1 '. .." .. ."... ..., '. Up
My' A. A. Stewart, T. H. Sander, ,tewarda.B. F. 8. Chaffee A Co. med. for 3 00 Mrs. Humphrey Ward, the English: ...... 70lp..... ...... 70210 ." ....'.... .Allcla ......... \ .. .?? ...... .... tq
prim ...... 7 21p ...... ... 7 f,2a ...:....HobeHonnd..... ... .. .;. !
A.
.
it ;/ Geiger, Chaplain. s T. T. Wetmore, Ice . .. ., -185 novelist, ham-turned her energies toward WANTED.Will ...... 784p ...... ..... 811I1& .....,West J""lter..... 982a.: .... .. ............... I
9? A. Froecber Tyler. J.. P. Brown feeding county: prls. 1050 writing a play.Noftexactly ... 80'2!, ...... ...... 91Sr ..,...:.Elviera. .". .. ...... : :::,11W: I45h
J. P. Brown.'.keriff . . .. 1 50 market for WHITE : : Stop .... ...,.. iO2ils ArWeet tieach..Lv. .... ..... ..
pay lUll
top prices a...:;. ... ... .. ... ..... ?
8JJp: : :: .Roy..l tnbcj.na. :: .., .; ,..... ,..:.: ......
J. Houston for Mrs. Jackson. .. 43 80J. IIERON and WHITE EGRET PLUMES ... _.. ..
1 DltJ 8 2bp .;... ...... ......Palm .. .... ...,.... ... ..
Is
COUNTY the
' V AnD COMMISSIONERS' 1'. Brown jury fed at Eden. 79 80 : right way thousandsof GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR SKINS i:.... s Oup ...... ....... .. y..alm hIIlln.A.r. 7 a5a' ... a. ..i.... ...:.: ::::::
i PROCEEDINGS.TITDSVHXK F. T. Budge, merchandise for jail 4 15 people ffieL it Is because their blood and SEA BIRDS and Fur' In season). .... gasp ..... ........ : : ,.. ..Royal 7:11I" ...?. ...... .... ....
J. merchandise U poor. Hood's the one. ( ., .... 84/1p/ ..... ..... IiOfa .;....WeHt..lmBeocb.;.... 7241: .. ..,;; ...... ;..ij
Kline for conrtb. 2 00 true blood Sar88farlJla. '' Write for latest prices. ...... 921p .... .......12441'. ..... .L1ntoo. ., O Qua ..... .......'.: t1h-
M. S. Jones 75 00 purifier set '...... .... ...FortLauderdale.c '
salary, county judge LOUIS STERN, 101lp .1. 941p 1111.14.. .;. ...... ..:: tlll!
FI.JU, April 5, 97." M. 8. Jones, fees condemn cases 150 00 them right. Commission Merchant ......10671' _............ 42Lp ... ....Lemon Cit7....... II Wa .,...............:,' 681
t, The Board of County Commissioners W. H. Sharpe county. cotnra'sr.. 900J. Pm..are- 101 Beekman St., New York City. ......lJ06p .-... .. ... d40pAr..Mtamt. ..... ... ,Lv. Ii 'Oa .... .. ......... : .6thA

I met on the above. date pursuant to adjournment IL Walker, 6 00 Hood's purely vegetable and sit W. BRANCH.

i 1 with the following member J. Keodel..u a' 6 411(, do not purge, pain or gripe. All drug N 0.8. N o. I. STA TIONS N o. Tratns 91. 32. ::115 and 711. between Jade
...
k present : Wm. U. Sharpe, chairman; J. J. o".too.U ". 13 20 gists.The ALEX IUBAIU ERNEST TAYL.OB.. Ti; qk )rvD ew 8mTrD..AI':--. 1 \ eonville Train,and 2a. 80 H. .AUlln"ttnedaU, between,... .
1 B. Walker J. Mendel, J. Houston and R, D. Hoke, 2160 8 lop/11 .......LrheEelen...... ./ : 21---- .. and IS' Augustine dully Jarksr.
;1 R. D. Hoke; A. A. Stewart, clerk; J. P. J. Mendel 4 copies of minutes 6 00 Queen Regent of Spain smokes 8 hip IJ 62a L........ I'ansre City....1.Lv.13 Sunday elcell
NEAR & TAYLOR 8.BOp 11 611& AI'. .. .Oraage City.. ..Lv. 12 Train 87 between .
Brown, sheriff. Pauper list. . .. . . . 0000 .T..k..1Ivtn.1II4
' i The business II. A W. B. Drew blanks elk's off., 3 USit more than a dozen cigarettes a day. St Augmitine{ daily. except Monday
;I .. following was transThe tl (Successors to John oA1l1.ter.) Trains 87 and 88 are composed exclusively. 01 Pull.. Train an. between Fort Plorco iII4
/-A. tn.lt. u t* J Of) Miami
There are three sisters in man oars. daily except
minutes t of last O. F. Paddlson", lumber for 00 All other t..al08 Mootlnf'St.
'i meeting were read brdg's 35 Augur
.
Jamaica who had, Artesian Well Contractors B:1ffet Parlor Cars 00 trmn tine daUy, .
J. C. .JIOIOP'tlw..Jay.
and confirmed. Mendel road wol k. . 2 00 Klngstoo.// JlJ and 78. .
S On motion It was ordered that a war- W, II Sharpe, .' . 200 00 teen, twenty and twenty-one. .

rant be Issued In favor of J. 1I0u.tonlor K. D. Hoke . . 15000 all of whom are.still living EAU GALL1E. FLA. n. Elegant Sld..Wb1 St.am.r.

$ a, 1:1.30: for the purpose of defraying the Houston, . . 2000 '
necessary expenses to send. )Ir.. Chris. J. K. Walker, II . . 5000 "CITY( OF' KEY 'WER1':"
{ a J. K. -,.--"- -
; Jooobnun and children to New York. Walker . 13000 \ .

On motion, It was ordered that C. M. D. Cain, ferryman . . . 2 50K. Lumber and Is appointed to Perrorm Service aa follows: ,
Michigan
i Kelts be placed on the pauper. list at toper A. Conkllng 208 Manufacturing d..yeand 1 1Leave '
month. The Board adjourned to meet again :MIAMI on lo! Thursdays noon arrival of Train No. 06. and arrive it

y The report ofV.. Hafdee II. II. the first Monday May, 181)7.If ) MANUFACTURERS OF *KEY: WEST: about noon of following ""y.

f Wilkinson and Ed. urn, to ':'V'rk. view Leave KEY: WresT on'Tuesdays and Fridays; at S:00 p. m., ",,,arrive at MIAMI folloirini

1'owe's and lay land out was a road received through and accepted Miss L.; gray the requiring hair Is a falling stimulant out with, or nourishing turning Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, morning before departure of Train No.'78.

, and notices ordered to be posted accord and coloring food Hall's Vegetable Steamer MONTICELLO

I Ing to law. I Sicilian Hair Renewer la just the specific. Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and' Scroll Work. Bteotoahlp service between Miami and Nassau
At a meeting held at Melbourne of I foeontinu. during the Winter Todd
+ { which A. E. Lyman was chairman and Queen ; Good work and material at low prices. Take MaIn street car line to mill and Season: of 1888-WV. .

]f. 8. White secretary, and certified tb by The horses of Vurtembergran PROPOSED: SAILINGS:'

K. P.- Branch notary public C. II. Stew. away with her one day not long ago, office. .
February t6 March Ln.ve NASSAUTnesdaye' .
art was nominated 27 Thnmdayz and< S..tnrda1'
candidate
alderman to be' voted MS for a at 'special for pitching the coachman and footman Telephone (old line) 435. Jacksonville, Fla. Leone MIAMI Mondays. ltfednewbays; and FrbLtya

election, to be held on the first Tuesday from the box. Her Majesty immediately March 30 to April 13, 1897 Leave Leue !\5uiTueessd' ays.u,1 Fridays. "

In April, 1897. ,' climbed to their place and checked the J.
The report of W. L. Dixon, B. F. Deal horses unaided. P. BECKW1TH.'..1'l'aftlobuagel':! J. D. IIAHNSR.
'6' and J. J, Joyner as viewers to view and 8*. Augn tlne. FI. Aaa't ian.; Passenger agent

.I Point lay out, was a road accepted from Itardeevilla and notices. to'ordered City Lady Harberton, the apostle of dress A Fertilizer. for 'Fruit, o =

1' to be posted according to law. reform In England, Is the wife of the '

r Ordered that it C. Shultx: a convicted Viscount of that name. She Is described ... .. .. ... . 1. '. "The Meal 1 Pineapple 1 Fertilizer The florida (Central & peninsular
Railroad
iff prisoner for the In balance jail Is of hired his out term by of the Imprisonment sher as a "weird-looking lady, .who parts ,

her hair on one side, scorns corsets and Price:
,, Sg5.0o Per ToD.
the county will.remit to him his .
food bill. belongs to the Pioneer Club.. GUARANTEED 'ANALYSIS" Short Line between Florida and all Nortl'ern .Points.

Instructed ordered to that keep the the tax tax collector books open be -, -- Moisture.,. ... ,. ? . . .,. . ... . .8 to 10 Per Cent. Everett tlmore Savannah, Philadelphia, Augusta, New.CS York.;' Columbla.Washlngton1'BaJ.Boston and the'East.

ti until April 30th,1807. Ammonla.4: to ,'6" ", Everett Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga Nashville Clncluaad
The Fountain Lool'svlUe
Permits were granted to the following of Youth. I Phosphoric Acid'. . . . ... . . .S to 6" and Chicago. ,

persons. to carry repeating- 'rifles : N.' O. W. all remember Potash (Actual). .. ,. . .... . . .6 to >8, Louie Everett Birmingham. Holly Springs. MemphIs, Little Rock. ; \\tanus CItI, SI
'enny and F. M. Wilson. the story of Ponce .:Hade Chicago Sioux City. .
In the de exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate of Soda, Blood Bon River
platter of the petition received Leon seeking Junction Pensacola Mobile Orleans
from O. A. Quarternmn et al. for a pub the fountain of Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and Sulphate of Potash. : aDd the Pacltlo Coast. Effective: Jan., NeT Texas' Jk -exlco: Callfomk
l: lic road on the section line running east eternal youth; and B3TWrite for directions for using and further particulars; also ask for 18, ISO 7.
and west north of Nathan postofflce the I we all sympathize copy of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry a large stock.of all Fertill New York Express No. 3*. leave .Tuba
with him ia hi. set Material Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust :Potash Le.a, vine 8:20: a. m., daily with Through FnU"*
etc. Write
Board for'
lit.
S. U prices be- ,
appointed
Jeffords
E. search. Youth fore buying. We seek the growers trade arwna ,,h 9 8leper> for Savannah Columbia, {I'asbieraoy
Chandler and W. II. Prietorins to mark means so much. It direct. 0 a. Bait more, PhilaBel his, New York uncl: dy1

view and lay out the same, and report to means more than WILSON & TOOMER: Fertilizer Co. Ul.o,,-a, Arrive Eastern Jacksonville points., Connects I for. Femasdlrap
:iap. m.
the Board life for ,
r on the first Monday May sometimes M d' a t. ,
life becomes The Fertilizer ""' New York and Florida Limited No. 32-floW 1
The Cocoa and House-of
Itookledge News a +
p S was Florida a sco 1 veKtibiiled! train with compartment, olwn
appointed to print the delinquent tax weariness. But .1 f "on. dining and sleeping; cars. leaves 8'. Aft
'I, list for 1807.Ordered 10ath-wlth Jacksonville Fla. aw .tlne 9.110.. m.. a ,
"ss-i sis
its abounding t except Sunday 81 ve. .
.
that the clerk of the +
Board be !
: health and vigor, i viii. S 80 r m. 8t.Augustine .4.40 P w, dally aso
'
.
authorized to procure four suitable books elastic cept Monday. .
\ step i '
to transcribe the tax books of 1H01 and p.. .. -. flowing-.checks, THE PAINT C 1< ,. :New York ,r... Mall No. 3fl J".Tack.onvllle
181)5.) f jt and sparkling STORE daily for win cool
Ordered that the county surveyor be ii $- ,.. .,UaU 'y era Points. Yprki ,;
covet 1+ r :., villa to New af srrlv.hJaukwo>*!
Instructed to stake off and locate the genus w 0 9:00a. m. ,
limits of the flHblng grounds at the In in The* youth.weakness Ct30NTILLt Ctnrinnatland'FnrklaLhnftidLea"I ltd'

C dian River Inlet In accordance with the -,1'- or disease ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS + s..ra. souTlllea-fiSp.: m. Arrive Cincinnati 7.10 aaa
act to regulate the taking of fish In cer which r .w P-Ju.'mei little over:8* hours. SoU. tad
eVLI lA
tain! salt waters In.the State of Florida. ages people .___ __ ,,, C'I"'Dft.. Train.. ..a runs"" _via____Everett 0_ .__ a.k Mwon" _.,...A tla,,....
uruere mat the Uoard of County .. Mf'or. th.l. mall ; """ ""' y '"'- vllle- ---St.-Lnois.'c'n'icairo" .or-all".rthr; .P*

a Commlssloners.wlU receive bids for 30 It time la the II effect not the of result or accumulated yearn Papers: H--. o 4 N western points.Asliavllle .

days for transcribing the tax books of blood. When the wrong blood living is and .free ., Y a S I. 0 1 Route. Through rnllman..8 pW.
sad a
pure Car
01 and 'OS.: all -bids service for Cincinnati via
'l to be addressed the body
to will be full
of youth ,,, his, :
theelialrman of the Hoard the Board Thousands or people who seemed to have Out;, ldc Cold'"Water; Paiut. t .. M er .a r the A.herilleBotSprings Celebrated Alonntaln. Knoxville Conntrf i tbrMg>UJ
f reserving the right to reject each and lost tbelr/oath by dlseamt and suffering a Carolina. Leaves Jaclcso villA Ofift p mJ'
very; bid. Books.will be furnished by have through the UM of Dr ins Cincinnati T.IB a. at. Returning sm*
too oounty.' Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery the I. 'E. BAIRD & CO. Jankaonvllle 9.-00 a m.
The bond of A. A. Taylor for mOlt perfectly natural and ecl.DtUlc re]U'Pe- ]IapNt1N i Only Line Through the' I lint RW{
notaryth hater or the Pensaeolhsal
public ".* xamlnod ph""lcaJ forces ever known to 53 West Bay A Laura Sts. FTORIOA CENTRAL y? Country of Middle Florida a
aDd approved by medical .bents. JACKSONVILLE; FLA. d KaoambU Buy. Leave Jacksonille 7:16 a
f ,
Doard.The It gins the and \ l..h forl.akeCity Lt". (Mta>. roatia8F +
blood.maklnc organs a ., / ....
bond of..!. M. Lee for justice of make new blood lUll of the life-giving POwer red to Paints Oils, Glass Varnishes, and Room Mouldings.. EMIMSUUR R.RaaC al. Tallahassee New Orleans I ,ll/ver and the Junction southwestM.xlr.! Femwcola.' .Alob.. G -
the peace for the 6th district, was exam corpuscles which drive out disease baUd Coantctlons. forma and the Paolfla Coast. Carries: SIMP*
ined and approved by the Board. up fresh -tissue solid muscular fleah and ao oar :AO.. l arrives Jacksonville a. m. '

Ordered that the public road from Two healthy nerve fore*. It gives constitutional SAW AND PLANING MILL. "auf OA 1LOafnA Jackson .for Stars.JWJ
power deep and tM JACKSONVILLE thuriier
., Dollar Bluff to and round. YARD Sliver dn1eOna1ROin. *.
Loan station be chantrod QQ' hallow cheeks trooi hi...... TU. ; $
from the present width to 30 and emaciated forma-; E. Bay 8t.. F.ot of Cathertne. Ke' Wlldw?? !*"*" ; T.fraa
feet
width. gives plumpness, color and animation. Orlando .l.acOOCh_. Dole Clty. Plea
The county treasurer made his quar liK doea not make gabby! rat like cod liver WILSON CYPRESS Holly 8prlng. Rout. Tam.... Am"JackeoD"lIIe.:1 p.m.
terly report for the quarter ending March 011 this account it is a perfect. tonic COMPANY Atlanta lilrmingh.m Mrmphie 11& Long., Kansas.. City Nn 38I.eayq JackeonviUe tI.M p f nr Na"dd. .
:71st, also his monthly report on the tine for corpulent people. ,. hours to K....., City The route K..n.I. City. Through Pullman Sleeper! without mL
and forfeiture fund for the month of the It aids digestion and the natural action of :Manufacturers of pbU sao>8pl'lnlfllelol.> and Kansas <'Uv. "No 1"IIII1"on.. an n.VA.r Atlanta sun,. Birmingham -noiiy $prings,a'or y JI-
lint and by a. -Le..e JackltOD"l1Ie DOlI.
JacksoD"UI
March which feeding the with for m.
nerves
were examined and vitalized berlllDd IIolllld. Brunswick by the and cur
ap highly blood Cumberland. Route steamer.
prove by the Board. ue... .. baniahee nervous- 4::00 p m.Goeai for Jy.rottt., .
rslria and Close
Insomnia Lumber
Ordered that. In the matter of petition ,When a constipated condition e.lata Cypress ,, rJ Shingles and Lath. eeo moo P. 1'1..1..1 for Tafahsmee and tODDtHtlon intermedlsNpnint.for Brunswick.: Shortest and qnlcke.tTrafflo reGs
UN P. JII.-t'or .
of I Tampa and Arrive Jacksonville a
Oeo. E. Chester J. D. Hatter; et al Dimov+ry"should be aNd In conjunction Throe RhFor ; Sleepe.. for Cla"IDnacl points. litllmans1eepers. Anh..JaeklOnv: e7lt....
dated Nov. 1st, 1808, for a change oi, with Dr. Pierre's Pleasant Pellets,wlaicla., A. large stock of Dry Cypress flooring telling siding mouldings yule 1.40_ p.m.. arrives Cincinnati T via.111 a&..berWe.leane Jac"-.l1le.e 6.611 p. m.. arrives A '
tile shingles 01.
public road from the perkc mild sad Naeta Athtnta '
present county I ..... .t1Ira1laKatl.,. lath and pickets always hand thus Steamer"...... two Trains Dally. Lean
roajTrunnlng between City Point the -.L Then ta nothing clam "jut on assuring prompt shipments Cypress -" from T..pa. for Rm1Mn Jackvin. .:2G L: m.and 1:M p.m.
and W. n ....." Then Ie mouldings of all Pullman 81. iwv II fir Woe sad Manatee Bher .
:.DUoa's -' aotJalac that will dO the patterns a specialty. oIn bt TralD' pol ala.
south,,line, 'Ytewed. laid work thoro kr >& Dd 1M Ilea .: Parlor ears bet.JaekaoIlYllJe..4
Tampa.
tUr,surely sad Township .
co.5seWitC When at home, writ na for prices; when up our way come art He ns. N so PL-vNINGTON. Map of Florida. to. '
Manage A. 0.'MAcDoNELV .
.' ,. d...
1 Slelt4ira Pnssssge1
i ", '. .
.

'
S

.
a
a .
e .
bra to 4'i. .
.iI"
t "
.
Jasn' : ,
'
-' t >.:";.., "J, ..'IJ" :" ,,, ,"' '" 'lJ" ,,,-.fm"; rl" t"J\..,, *3&3JEJijrt: .....itflfri&f? 'S 4[;;., ...v..Wi",.,."", .. fl.... ; .,; :;; :\.'; ,
.. '
L/ .' : : :; ..: w-\. .. ''\ li$.. ..IioINDIAN \' ...,..... .. "' .JI lIiI/&m/ >I.: _



':;,; ._-- ..
e.hUaW' .

>!:,.\' ,<. ,, '" ,.rn 1'1I'.v' '1" i.. W"' ffi", "i"! .' {"n. ".'," ''''"?"''''..:stv..!''.,,...."" ,,w,, '''I"r! ." '". 11l.! o':1"(: ;'''" '''Ir .. .. li''R-' '.qprrflt elrnrmv,.,...' '..... '!'''''!"'\ ...'' '..,,.....,.." .....'':.'\'.'!':"!--. '. ""nv r, ....,. .,...- I..IfI'Ij'l'V'. ., ;\ '..,'" ..'1"1'}f

y .,.','(tf"'. \' \ .. ,, "; ,I"
\ "
I ". "" 4 11
': \ I

1
.
e 1'J
ii""

.. ", \,



INDIAN ADVOCATE. APRIL :{
RIVER 16, 1897. 3

.. ,.Y

fessicmal Cards. SOMETHING" 4l

PINEAPPLES MORE'ABOUT* PRESENTED .AT COURT.A Notice. For-Publication. DO'YOU NEED FRUIT TREES? 1V


M. OBauts. WALTZ GRAHAM. wom'--t;; to be presented I.MXO OrriCK )l >' ____ More- Potash a ain
8 k GRAHAM young Gainesville Citrus Trees
EDKW, April fith, 1807. at court receives the fullest, instructionsas na., April 7, 1807 J at reduced prices. Are

Editor to her behavior. She is. told how to NOTICE Isherrbygiven that the followinfr- budded at the ground on .J-yenr-otd ..
ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, Advocate-. : *ettl,'r nun sled llollro of his Inton. Florida>IIAh Lemon stocks 3,000 of
dress; how to manage her train; how to Clan to mak. final print In support of hU Them the fertilizers applied
,
In are Tardlff other
t HOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m., the last issue of 4 he ADVOCATE I courtesy correctly. Every incident: is claim,anti that. said proof will .Ira made before are Parson ,
and 2 to 4 p. m. there appeared an article under the cap- carefully rehearsed so that she com- Clerk Circuit Court at Tlnwville flu., on Brown Ruby, Tangerine, Homoaiuwn, '
may
n.'HoT will this do for pineap) mit no blunder In. ,the MAY rod, 111I17.VI.I' Triumph and Common.Grapp Fruit, 30o. on the farm means r'
DSVILI.B, Brevard Co., Florida. !ouch vdt.2A: ( 100.
plea signed "Pineapple," which con- of royalty. If Fdwwi3.I'rmiorlus, of Canaveral, Kla. per
108. tamed. some presence Homestead !.CAVW, fur the southeast! nnarler utt Uoone'u Early A Mott's Blood 60o. '
statements and better
raotloe; la all the courts-state and fed known for their that-were Knot all this trouble i.{ worth section 13, township" i.%south rants 37 aunt.He each, 940 per 100,. larger yields
I\baurdity-mljtht make while for the satisfaction name the lollowing witnesses to prove hiM
Ll facilities for.examining; and perfect- lame conclude that those growing pineapples of one brief moment > continuous nwlilnnoe' upon, and cultivation of. Satsuma and Mandarin 40a. each. of '
Raid land vlit R. M, of Lamb OOa. each.Seedle880l'l&j8 .
Buaham. Orange
I title are all Canaveral crops permanent
a sot of Imbeclls ,
thoroughly > how iafinitalyM Kla.; W.Tl Pnruirlu. of Canaveral. .'la.1 F. Fruit 60o. each )
$40
Incompetent to bok after their own N. Hltoboook of Canaveral Fla.t N. N. Penny, .- the.s
3ARY-ELWES, Interests, ana were dependent on the of Nathan,Fla. per improvement of
fertile Imagination of "Pineapple who J. M. MARCO Also all of the varieties of peaches
has I dare toil.ter. that are known to be best suited to this '
PUBLIC never soil and
NOTARY. say grown one, to South) Florida section Including the .
the ,
point out
way for them. It Is -
STATE AT LARGE. generally
new Free Stone Orange that
pouch
those who are the greatest failures Master's Sale.UNDER .
rewritlng, taxes paid for non- that take It upon themselves to instruct v originated In Orange county, and is the

nts, rents and accounts collected, and give advice. One would Judge; -If and by virtue of a decree of fore beat peach yet out for this section More Money

to. Correspondence solicited.sville his article was to be believed-that the and sale soiled out of the Circuit JAMES MOTT, fi
Court for llreward county In a canes there j.j
.
| Florida. pineapple growers were a ruined people in depending, wherein J..H. Harper. I* complainant ORLANDO NUBSKRYI Prop'r., .
Because they have not adopted the k and H. J. Tiffin I* defendant t I will Winter Haven, Fla. in the farmer's ;
OR S. JOKES, methods that have ruminated from his ell at public auction, to the highest and bent pocket.
bidder for cash, in front of the court hound
brain.I door\at Tltu.vlll...Bta., during the legal hour AD shout Potaik- should like to know what keeps this mote important it Is mat a yocng* girl of tale, upon the p.i..... o* the .tan farms IB the Vall.d Slalss- ;r

ATTORNEYATLAW.&VILLE notion of country up If it Is not the about to enter into the sacred precincts: FIRST MONDKUT IN MAY A D 1897 HODGES & GODFREY laid to free d little la. book fanner wkteh la Amwica we publish who and wUI will writ gladly.nail /..it.. '
any
BREVARD CO. FLA pineapple) business. I' would like to of womanhood, should be properly inn, the following described real estate of the defendant ,
know where there I atructed in all that concerns a lifetimeof altuated In Brevard county. Florida' GERMAN KALI WORKS i
are a more prosper Manufacturer of Nanai St.N.w York
to-wltt All of lot four 4)) of aeotlon 87, containing M
anty Judge of Brevard County. our people than we have here. There I possible happiness, or possible misery SI acre, more or least Also the west-
seems to be still lurking In his head the', Every mother ought to see to it thai half southwest quarter. of southeast quarterof

Idea that we are on "the dizzy brink of : her daughters are healthy and strong ina : r..tllnn2J.th"eo:; :; shore I of the twentycrfln Indian River) Also ten Yellow Pine Lumber NATIONAL -

D. L. DODSON, pauperism."' That was a pet war cry womanly way. She ought to make .feet north of the northwest corner of lot 3, section ,
luring the shell road fight. I fee land them: aware that any' neglect or irregu H7i thence east TO yard thence south 1YM BOUGH DRESSED, Home-Seekers'
being cleared packing houses larity of the special functions of woman- yards thence west TO yards. to the chore of Indian
:DENTIST. going 'up. hood result in weaknessand i itlv.r thence meandering the shore of the Orange Box Heads, "
and 'a general appearance of prosperity may life-long Indian River north to the point of nnmmenoe-
throughout this section. Yel we are disease. mont, and containing: one-fourth of au acre, Fruit Vegetable Orate REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. 1

Office over poetofllce.VILLE I told that ."up to date the pineapple Any mother or daughter may write moreorless,with buildings thereon. Lumber delivered at any: part of Indian Riveron .'
concerning these delicate ailments, with All of the above land being situated In section through bill tlf lsdln Anyone oonumiplat-
grower[ has not: been playing servant 83 -
only 27,township south 36 east.
range
I lug building on Uie-Kast Coat.would d.l well to
the utmost confidence to Dr. R.V. Pierce,
,, -, FLORIDA.L. but absolute slave for the merch aprt-30 R. FREEMAN HALL. write for prlnes. The Sawtn1111s 1 situated on the Exchanging Property for Property aSpecialty. '
ant." Personally we have been growing chief consulting physician to the Inva- J.,T.A K. W. Ky.,9 mile south of Valatka
lids' Hotel and Surgical Institute, of : Bend Description of what ,
pineapples for four and If "Pine-
GAULDEN, years, Buffalo N. Y. Her letter will be answered Special Master's Sale. Satsuma flights Putnam co.,Fla. '
apple" had not told us of our awful con- you have, and what you want 4AyMALABAR
free of charge with, suggestions'for .
dition we would never have known It. I ,
ATTQRNEY-AT-LAW,. thank him for the valuable Information, self-treatment at home by which UNDER a anal decree of foreclosure and sale Notice to Creditors. Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .
these complaints be overcome with- March 83rd 1807. by: the Hon. e'
may
praotloe all the Court of the State but> as my experience Is worth more than out need of examinations. John D. amass, Judge of the fth Judicial. _I C. CARROLL,
Ida, and the United State Courts. its Imagination, I am not greatly worried. mortifying Circuit of Floililn, sitting In Chancery. for the creditors of the estate of Gideon Clolnu-- I
|Box 236. TITUSVnXE:, FLA. There is also a degree of "Inconsistencyn Dr. Pierce has had over thirty years'experience County of Lake In a certain cause before him THE' late> of Hrevard county deoeaseil Real Estate Agent.*
lake
of
wherein
in the treatment of women's pending WIlllam.MoCabe) complainant will notice that the administrator
Money: so Loan. 18 his\ article that is strictly characteristic diseases, and is an eminent specialist in and. ,J. W. Northrup a* sheriff of Lake said estate baa suggested the insolvency of the
of all his He and x-cfflolo administrator of the
writings. suggests: county estate same| '
FREEMAN that at headquarters of thexAssociatlon this particular field of practice. His of Wm. Lee Aptborp, deoeamd and the Wherefore, "said creditor, and all persons The Largest and Most Com ;
; HALL, Favorite Prescription' cures com- heirs of said Apthorp are defendant. the undersigned having; claims against talk estate will be required
that prices be established. and "require pletely and permanently the most obstinate .a*Bpeotal. Master In Chancery will, to appear before me,on or before) Establishment South.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW dealers to buy at that i point." tHe cases of feminine weakness and dis during the legal hour of ale, on THK FIRST DAY Of JUNK, 1807, plete11

& INSURANCE AGENT seems to.overlook the fact that ease. It'heals alt inflamed conditions, MOMMY, MAY 3rd, 1807', anA tile with m. their said claims, or payment
pineapples can be kept only a short time and tones the nervecentresand at the front door of the court house, at Tavare. will be barred. GEO. S. HACKER & SON,
usvllle -' ,Florida, and that the has more to lose by strengthens! Lake county, Florida offer for sale for oaiih .at This Uth day of November 1800.
grower the entire womanly organism. public auction the land described In said decree .... Mnioit B.JOHNS,
resenting all the best and strong- the''dealers'.refusal' to buy than the Por prospective mothers and nursing ,or.a*much thereof. .a* may. be necessary: to B. B. TYNDaLt, County ..fudge.Administrator. f '
hsurance Companies. Is dealer for the grower loses everything, mothers the Favorite Prescription is satisfy said decree which are .a* follow t novlMto uiySO
Hte lines to amount' anywhere while the dealer only loses his ten Lot 13 of section 23: j Io4e I,a, 8 and 18 of *eo.tlon I
any -
per a perfect; strength sustainer. 87; and lot 8 of section SA, all In township ,
e East Coast. cent on a sale. But to carry this matter I was troubled three yean with female 21,south of range 28 eut" ,containing 26S.2H' acre b'P1'
still\ further we.will. take up another weakness,"write Mis Bllea Otey: of Bedford more or. less! Also lot 4 and nnrth.hulf' -- nf iota 9 rte
YJrIC BAT,. DADE COUNTS statement which he makes, as it fits In City Bedford Co.. Va. "I had two and S, being it,."rtheufclu -it--i.!Of southwest b I 1s.
quarter and'Dt.rthwe.t quarter of southeast
very well at this point. "This nonsense physicians but neither did me anycood. I 1' ,.
W. EWAN quarter of*section and north-hdlf of southwest -
about having an 'fegenr's Interest Identical was) troubled witb pains in my: left side all quarter of,section M, all In township !I2. -ir
U. S. COMMISSIONER. with the Association is all bosh." the time; and when it was time for ray south of range Ml east, and containing is1.14sores +' y
Notary l'ubllo'State at Large monthly: period I thought I would die with more or Ions. | also lot 1 of suction ail, In THE :
When we ship{pineapples to a commission pain in my back and stomach,, I also had township grnuth.. of range 26 east! and north-
bds Selected; Conveyances made. merchant he Is then a agent, and ifit chill I could not get up without fainting nest quartern northeast, quarter,of section 18, '
Impendence soltol fed.- Address Is "all bosh to have an agent's Interest One of my friends told me to write to you In township livsouth of range SI7 east, containing W.M..W '
M.80 les all the r' {
acres more or
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, identical with ours, why does he .o I did without delay. I took three bottlesof land situated In Lake. county i FlorIda.foregoing PLANT

Office, Ewan's Landing. want to "require dealers t point." If their interests were Identical two of his 'GoMen Medical Discovery.' I In township 19,south. of range M east. containing
am glad to say I do not have any pains at m.sa acre,and situated in Putnam county Manufacturers, ;:
pbRGE W. ALLEN with ours, there would be no need to all and I am in better health now than I Florida. .
suggest that we try .to hold one of the ever was in my life." Also the east fractional part of lot 8, In Motion t,

most perishable of fruits until It rots in "I had female trouble for thirteen years GOnta'nlD S.' In tewnshlp IT.60It're.au*, couth and the of east fractional 88 east. .. ,Doors Sash Blinds;
j
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, a vain attempt to "require dealers to and for three :years had suffered continually part of lot I, In soctlon 14, In township 30, southof SYSTEM. ,
buy at that point." ." writes Mr. Martha K. Smith, of east' cent lining *' acres j both '
I Laurelbranch Allfghany: Co., N.C. "Words traote.n'l.t88 situated In Brevard Material.pffloe
West, ., Florida. This Is a beautiful theory and Moulding and Building ,
Interest cannot express what I suffered I sought county: ,Flerlila.
well for a person who has no In the medical and Term each Purchaser to for title.
Ill i relief among profession pay
practice In the United States and Warerootns King Opposite
,
,
the matter further than to see his Ideasin
found none until induced, by: kind friend, J. M. CHENEY
TBtate Courts. 9jun05P. print, to Indulge In. Snob letters are to try your most valuable remedies. After Special Master In Chancery: Notice to Travelers. Cannon'' Street,

injurious to our business. He says: "I 1 consultation with :you I followed your directions ArtburF.Ollla, ,
call attention this dir- and after taking one bottle each *
H.: HOUGHTON,, cusslng the details to which plan can without be easily of Dr. Pierce' Favorite Prescription and Aulleitor for Complainant ap2-30 [f you contemplate a trip to any point Charleston, S. C., ; .ra
'
Medical I greatly .
met." Before he does this however, improved.Golden Now Discovery after the'use; offive was bottles Master's Sale. North, East West or to any ,Florida t

---'DENTIST. we would respectfully ask tbat he giveus I feel that I am well. When I com- ,- point for reliable information, through Sash Weights Cord and
-t ,
,, some substantial proof of this financial menced treatment I weighed i88lbs.,which ,
and virtue of decree of fore-
success as a result of following his was a great burden. I now weigh ISO Ib*. UNDER...and by aale ismilng out a of the Circuit rate and most convenient schedules,
ona, Florida.' own Ideas of the manner to conduct All my: pain unpleasantness, anxiety, and .. Hardware. .
1 business. sadness is gone. I am able to do all my thereinpending write to the undersigned, w'ho will .
work with perfect ease. I would advise all plainant and Jame. T. Sander and other are
| O. FRIES C. E. We are all willing to Improve adopt: chronic sufferers to consult :you as V be- : defendants I will cell at public auction In front answer all letters promptly, and give .
isting conditions, but before we lieve there are no other remedies in the i of the court house door, at Tltu.vm.lrlnlC Information Window and Fancy, Glass '
COUNTY any proposed methods, we would like to world equal to Dr. Pierce'" i the M 15977 I hour of sale. upon the first Monday In you any necessary !I
SURVEYOR.nd .
and best bidder for
know the actual experience of the party Every woman in America should own a cash May, the,following to the highest(described. real estate situ The, Routes offered via. the Plant ,,A SPECIALTY.r'

legally surveyed and sub-divided offering the advice so freely In the AD- copy of Dr. Pierce' Common Sense Medical ated In the town ot Tltusvllle, County of Hre- the and excellent .
VOCATE. Let "Pineapple" produce this, Adviser., In its Ioo8.pages she will yard,to-wlt i System, equipment .

ping neatly, ..done. Estimates' for and we will abide by all his suggestions. find plain talks about all aorta of ailment of Lot J. Fraud eight(8))Le of Baron block 17 together, according with to tbe the nl.map... service, are unsurpassed by any line... Choice .

[kind oi fengneering work DIsI PINEAPPLE No. 2. *.. Dr. Pierce is one of the beat room dwelling house upon said lot, and all the operated all Wines, Liquor Mi
known medical men in the United States. Improvements, fence*,out-house, ThroughSleepers are on
: IaJ'tc,1:: : ;
thereon. Bald lot I the northeast ; and Cigars
*on
I lines, a specialty t The best of what he knows "boiled Palm and South. trent having( a. frontage of trains of this System, insuring Luxury,, i

,.... twaeer 1M special Microbe down" in this book. These talks are 06 feet.on South atreeL by 103 feet,on Valra Comfort and every convenience. Guaranteed d Pure.'
< Brevard Co. FLORIDA.
TiAir, -
tratiODL
iUu street.
which made plainer by copious Address Sold at reducedprices '
A highly interesting discovery devoted to Wom&lI'ldlseaae8 D. L. OAULDEN. '
About co cages are
Gistd.-S: ;man: will perhaps afford a clew to the cause and weaknesses. There are suggestions apr2-30 Special Master. A R. L. TODD,
has been made in Professor
of cancer for home-treatment. This book Imported

I every section at once to sell staples von Leyden's university hospital here.A has already gone into more than a million WANTED-FAITHFUL, MEN OR Dlv. Pass. Agt., TobsyVin.,1., '

to dealers; no peddling; experience young woman of 22 and a man of 68, homes. The original I price was $1.50. to travel for responsible .or O. H. HOWARD, City Pass. Agt from Italy.. p(

cessary; best aide line. 76.00 a both suffering from dropsy and cancerof Now an edition in paper covers is being established house In Florida. Salary Jacksonville Fla.5Qu.thern'.
.
ith. Salary and expenses or large the stomach; were brought to the distributed Pass. Send ai one-cent $780 and expenses. Portion perman- John B, Togni, '
Emission made. Address with 2 Enclose lIelt-addrolllled .
centp
Reference.
to ent.
stamps-this pays for mailing only- 't
In order to remove
for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap hospital t spring. World' Dispensary Medical Association, stamped envelope. The National, Star Metropolitan Saloon, 123 East Bay Star ,,1

[ Manufacturing Company Cincln- the accumulated both Bold, tapping The fluid was was resorted Buffalo N. V. If a copy bound in fine Insurance Bldg./ Chicago. ,JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. '

Ohio. .. to'in cases. cloth is desired, send 10 cents extra I

examined under the microscope, and .*.i cents in all.. Wholesale andWEAK Retall..
- .
hitherto unknown living organisms, belonging

"by: will you buy bitter nauseating probably to the protozoa, were JiHj
MEd VMOMUS.V
..cs1when Grove's Tasteless Chit I NUDE
discovered.
Bo Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. tt
) to whom the A Dee Q1abo&e.WIIU1a111o
.Professor Waldeyer,
kTdsjugglst Is authorized 1:0: refund submitted advisee A sharp negative was indelibly Impressed -
noney In where It falls to preparations were ,
every case a '
should be sent to Dr. Schau- on the camera of my brain when .I ailway
rice that they
/r 60 cents 23-10-07 ..
of the windmills the) .
inn.. assistant at the Zoological institute we caught tight .r'what

of the Berlin university who baa Campo de Crijitano one of which it I. ROUTE.
TANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR said "the Knight of the Rueful Fea- ,ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST
1 been investigating the protozoa for years we'FFFR'S oil[
women to travel for responsible celebrated adven .- N Y RR
his
in
with .
shed house In Florida. past. He began his examination on July ture"met .a altets.rs
Salary Poor Quixote does not seem so BOOM OAKS DINING CAB., ole
nd expenses. Position permanent.nce. 19, and ascertained that in both cases ture. tnlU)1JcnI ruxxxAN DHAWETO f. yTvigor. rAC Ira. Ar.w nt

Enclose self-addressed the fluid contained a ihizopod which mad after all when cue first sees this TBOaOUOH7AKa OOAOHX, VZSTXBXrXJBO TBAUTfl. 1 m.nn y.r cure III. ae. { 1/.111 s. I
of mills set irregularly on tbe crest > .s$
d chauI
envelope. The National, Star : he named Leydenia gemmipara row .

nee Bldg., Chicago. jan20,87 I dinn. He inferred that i it is la pathogenic of a hill and looking like nothing one ,..... rcie a Insanity M& sbaq.y n4 sonwmVloos
.aMor.tea Ware'
w organism, but both be and Professorvon baa eve seen-more like a collection of NORTh EAST AW> WEST. Duet letCrororopppsss IM Impose a enb.tttul. on1n. t '

I t do yon' need lathe way of Leyden still abstain from deciding queer primitive toys stuck there by the < To. KtCee

dopes, note and letter heads, bill as to the connection between it and cancer ; weird caprice of a lunatic. As one approaches t ,THREE: DAILY.TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND THE: EAST. r.1.Us os p.t lax.1S vni uS I w 'a.a,wrap.tlve ;

Is, statements tags cards etc? thougb they admit the possibility ) and views them ,one by one New York aDd Florida Limited ,' Willie.pY.. e00r..p p .ts. a.lie +'

hall be glad to have a share of your of such a connection. They have made these clumsy looking affairs propped up_ Washington and Southwestern Limited' E '711Jt iiILICAL Aat. 0

a preliminary communication on the like very aged persons.'are quite faqtastlo. States Fast'MiL Sold ,by 'j. B. Screvon, only. ,
the worthy knight took And the United
to the Berlin Academy of SoI- No wonder .
abject t
The Walton Rapid Calking Machine Letter in London Stand them for giants I-August F Jaooaoi in ,
Berlin
I one 95: No. two: $10; No. three >t i ences.- Bcribner'a. OW 11 JOUU IA.ODOIlVILLJ TO W.uBmGTOW. + i sf.

hsville, Fla. C ard.,, OILY 11 BOUBS lAOUOBVILLB TO NEW YOU.s .

p ." LMMtIMPI'O"4 Felines sls.pta Cae sad 8oM1 Via
Yeewb.l.d sd of
We have .4 Train.sore pee .. .. W"'n.-. Bat IIore.
Just.received' another 1tLIZmNO
tkr.l6rouYUU- It .
sup- la. .... M.w I.InA4.... ..... .
of very fine grades of tobacco seed. Deafness Cannot be Cured _... RffiSABLII MAX Qg l9aeet ,
cU will be given away to any person n .A.. WOMAN. AMTOUBD "THE CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.*

> will'plant it on the East Coast. Call ..a.cu.'Ia Cv ".... 1.and ClaM........ !
cannot
end stamped-addressed envelope fore By local applications as they I 11i..ilt.lv BII08'lpa.aOIf. MRIVMtl sdlTal..rr-I..me
to the ADVOCATX office. reach the diseased portion of the ear OUT 24 HOUES lAODOIVILLJ TO OmOI..ATL

pThai. There Is only one way to cure deafness, THB BBS* PAT OVER OF OILY 25 BOUP AODOBVILLJ TO LOUISVILLE. VRAOf OSSMIIS.MARKS ,

and that Is by constitutional remedies I'IDUID FOR flTMTT.AR ,KBHV1CJ1Tba omoAoo, cLvLjari>.uvtyroiJ ownarr.' ST. PAUL.so Ali. '

Deafness caused by an inflamed condition CoesinpelUaai Ms,ulMedlM4'r JosMBaisesut laaM eswsMse aU roUttf nqa, a.4 'W... .e, ...... is00YRsaRVe. Ir
of the mucous lining of the Eustachian WAUCB. .1..... to add a ...- .....! w_- 1..__"
Tube. When this tube geU Inflamed o TBXOUOH BLEZPnra OABS JAOXSOBTILLB TO IT. LOUIS. gel: : ::: ==

yon have a rumbling sound or -.of IaMIUpa.ilaaical, tal u ike' kUai trerM.XT .<.ir.|....iy *,' WMhoe efcaar*.via......*. .....*-.sissiiMsa and molly BpcUjf.ONLY i.. We J"" ....... a .....1___ ...... J,
** Patent lake* hco..ls M_ a when It to entirely 1s PAY '' LOUIS.
.. Imperfect hearing and PRBPARBD TO HAHD.00MBX.TFOR 36 HOURS'TO ST.
.". b..aw p.a.e..111.1 e b. C tl.fadwwab..s wa..r.r.ho.l4 closed deafness U the result, and unless ABeUJnTAHCB> RBmOUBD. Ow ...._.-fl.llTMMfwstsM* aty Hf* the... Leafs ast i AMERICAN .' '
P naaa es.a
ear.. TI... ha..m b... atlm.ohm be taken out and k. al V tie Clare dally Jaeluoeivin to ,
the Inflammation can niJTfe TlB'
It wishes tB> swrrlosjs) oC .... or
.
I.rr.w4 w..oro er..tl.L 71. anRa.aln" ASHEVILLE .. ...... I.n.d .Wl t }
Ute
to Its normal con- Qw4NN.te.' v1.AsY.vnls.ltrugb ........ .'
e"f..lnl this tube restored on. twttebl man orwoouui, in rr ty .n,..aw..oeshs....M'e.eaw..u0M uasa.na
w"rw tLr dition, hearing will destroyed forever; town: vtDagw country dl triot. 'ormtunrfaotarliic "LAND OF THB SKY."' o. Pw.nvs seat". Addrer and

FERRY'S SEED AMUAL nine cases out of ten are caused by eatarrb "sitabUonmcnt to srrwrjrAtat .. CO. '
' which is nothing but an Inflamed NW. ........ ........ '_11- a..w.. MUNN A '' .
I* fall 111 afae.Mfeu far sdlut.ra *. All that to raqoind of any ......... -r _r. 3S1 .re.dw.v. Hew Terk.
) an.wul..eMu. e.. condition of the mucous surface. : .... Is nJIabalty. .....11 D. and __......,.. ...-.n

t b.n. ah.ow t M eela l a .dMea4h. .1.r'. We will rive one hundred dollar for work. Ho aaatt.T' oa what otter 1JIJ7JI.d .......Pus .....f U!?.**.?.>...*. Jsskfloavin*. Hv, 4!i
any case of deafness) (caused by catarrh) work *. nffnXT. It wm 1.j., '
i.H.HUUWiaiV
70'11"> pjVOSl L TU1Z WanM-An Idea &
w.
Hairs Catarrh ,
.
12. c that cannot be cured.by tO> sjiBjSjInsI Imo the over.M.s. .AHaOULF. .......f.. Mpan11
Cure. Send for circulars, free. ....... .- .. & ........fc. t wwara,
& -
D ...... .' ItY ... ....... : ..... >. + ", A
V. J. CHENEY* CO.,Toledo, O. .ua e J. .
- Sold by druggist, 150. lTvla li..& U>*...is >.Mew Y.rk.C ,..- .... .-..--...... -* ... ;.:"" :z.: r.wteP= wre-- 4


1, aL
.,

4 4r jl ..Jra "
{
,0 a tF t

If ar,
ti

... '
', .
Vv
"
,: "f" "" '
.,'
da lrl : i : t ? 1/4A'M?yyar5 Y tt4dt ,.,.:1>



w. ..., '1''i' ", "('V<.....rJ..II.'P. I f\.1'I'" '
,. t > ,
Kest' ors ty ." \ \. f ;
Ya ,. '" 'I ',.'.t'; J
'


.



a .
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 16., 1897.
.. .. '


-f IHDIiH RIYER ADVOCATE. 4- that long editorials-like long sermons & Summer
-are not appreciated, so have Spring Goo&
o
.
CLOTHING.
reduced them in size, and made s
.
...W..11.., fOtraHAIi BETOTED TO TH. DBVBIcOPKCBT them mtiltum in Jiarvo. It has been -- --- i
.
rr '. weTaAWDeISOATaslAT.pOYIOabr Of Tea IBDIAJf KITE wasL' said that one of the elements of a

successful sermon is a timely and To Storekeepers' Only : '''''. '' _
i effective close. Many a grand effort Shoes Hats Underwear
c...... H. WALTO, Editor" rroprletor. etc. <'I
r of a p preacher baa utterly have' Complete Stock of the
We now a
aboYe.nam
Check,.;..,may be mad payable: to CaAKLmH failed for lack of remembering
.'W*.1II'OIt'/published and proprietor. this. A climax is reached, the impression Coast. .
t the
Stock East Prices.
O .di ---1-u _____ -------- is vivid, then, alas, "justa '. Biggest on Goeds, at. low ,

lv the''' Duke few more words by way of explanation Mosquito Nets, on frames and in the piece,' fine meshes; Sand-ny nsj
IT la not unusual for t' for Suits Straw hats Wash
influence
and. the, C Screen cloth; Cotton Crashes ; ; Cottonade- :
., Nl'
"Or Westminister's charity bill In gained is frittered away. Weariness Lawns; Wash goods, White goods, Ducks, etc.. We keep everything ;usual bID

England, to amount to $100,000 a takes away the place 'of conviction rvO c r II demand; are prompt In shipments,' and aim. to give:; best value for the II1I1t!,
,
motto. )
+ .. Liberal dealings our
year sometimes be-
the eyelids y '
r- come relaxed and droop, and the S fF 1 -. BENEDICT, POLLAK & CO.,

WHAT are we doing towards truths uttered 'before are forgot li iillllll 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville
, r bringing ,settlers here from they ten. A soldier In battle never feels s ill Iltll ,

, y west'? We certainly have some like firing blank cartridges, which .f/ :

good inducements for them on the would be the case were a ministerto : : JAMES PBITCHASD, President; W., M. BROWN, Vlce-Pl'esldent.;
:': East'Coast Probably our senator prolong his sermon to the ex.. t ti 1 c: S. Schuyler, Cashier.

: ti- and representative may help the tent that his congregation would I ..' \ tJ

II matter along at Tallahassee. lose all interest in it. 'Sb'ort sermons RIVER STATE
INDIAN
-like short editorials, are BAN N

HON. ,ROCT. W. DAVIS, our well what the peopleneed in this busy
.
lit Known: and distinguished congressman sphere of ours. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

from this district, already
Authorized capital iooJ
,
seems to be making his mark in THE Board of Aldermen, at the Paid, MP capital, $
' ', congress. -He is undoubtedly 'on last meeting of the Town Council, ', \ Average deposits $25,
; the right road to become one of passed an ordinance exempting all l' r.z4 $150'

our foremost leaders, and we may manufacturing industries, that Transacts a General Bel ,
confidently look for something
might locate in the town, from :
good from him, as be is a Hue orator taxation for. period of five years It is a Grave Mistake i ; easiness
*
,
and debator. from the date of their inception.This 1

, Ai ia a move in the right direction TO BUY YOUR DRESS GOODS. : Largest and Oldest Bank on thl iij

WE notice 'Marsbal'Smith still and we hope that other and . I Exchange sold on all Foreign Couttn
further inducements will l be offeredto
keeps himself employed by cleaning t -
the refuse about the streets. any one wishing to establish factories DIRECTORS
up
of kind whatsoever Without First Sending to .. ( > W.B.BAB
nature
This is certainly a move in the any or the National ink ot NETTut \
Jackeonv1iitl
right direction, for clean streets in our midst. Like the DOBKBH (Vioe-Prestdent NatlnnaI DauI
good roads 'and' plenty of shade state at large we need population, Jacksonville), and W. M. Bloat.CORBEBPONDENTB. '

trees in a town will always attractvisitors and factories employing, several The Store .. t Seaboard National Bank of .
\
Surprise New Vorl
and,settlers-thus tending hands will help to supply it, and -'. National Bankof Jack,orVllIe.: j|
}
'Ii to enhance thevalue\ of property, every possible and reasonable inducement It '1"I MLLE; Fi:: &.
as well helping to fill the coffers should be offered to ob-

of our tradesmen. Make your tain them. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA

+ town attractive. and watch the re- ,

suit THE DUTY ON PINEAPPLES. MIAMI -
,- FOR SAMPLES of the many '* .

SU.VEB Is said 'to bo- growing a We are in receipt of a communication tt

... little weaker day by day, and the from Mr C. T. McCarty,
price of Mexican dollars Is said to who is in Washington attending to NEW AND STYLISH GOODS Town l LotsNow4ou. Sal
be below 60 cents. That means the interests of the Indian River .

t that the actual 'value of our. own
I. silver dollars is still lower, and it Association, enclosing his .' tatl'- SHOWN THERE.- 1

is no longer even a .60 cent dollar.A ment of the reasons why pineapples ,A, ",B KINGSLEY Genera Agent For I
report from London that ::: ; 1
says grown in the United States are -z ., ,
Japan is absorbing' all the new justly entitled to a higher duty It Is the Largest as well as the most Up-to-Date Store in the State, and:'an Mrs. Julia

gold arriving ,there, and that they than that now proposed by the Order Sent or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the day,received.Proprietor D. Tuttle
silver market is demoralized by bill with
Dingley and in
figures
that country's abandonment of the formation." It will be remembered J. 1. ESTES, / CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

D silver standard. What say our that at first pineapples were Included of the Store '
r prominent financiers to this state in the bill at the 'entirely Surprise all parts of the Town. Carefully Selecte

presume of affairs The ADVOCATB: does not prohibitory rate of 2 cents per ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.the : Fruit'and .Vegetable Lands on
to understand the much ,
pound, which upon the representations
R vexed money question of the Baltimore canners, J\-liarni: River niid Bav Rislonvne..
.,
--- --- --
-- was reduced by the Committee on Roman Catholic church.. This Governor Bloxliam. Florida. l/r/! Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and-I Settlers.
COLONEL JOUN HAT, who succeeds Ways and Meana in the House to narrow mindedness' is gradually '
Mr. Bayard as ambassadorto $C per thousand in bulk and Sets dying out, though we still come Governor W. D. Blozham, In'referring Main Office;, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLORI)!

England, Is well ''known"al a per cubic foot when imported in across distressing instances of it to our State says: Florida, In her ability ,
$ man of letters. Ilia "Pike County crates or barrels. The Florida industry on occasions. More toleration, to encourage and'suetaln thrifty Immigration .
broader views and the stands In the very front of the
Ballads"amongst which admission
are the was entirely Ignored in this States of the Union. The products of ,
"Mystery of Gil-Gal," and the pa- sweeping reduction and change in that there Is good in all creeds, are her soil are limited by no fixed 'rule, or

thetlo "Little Breeches"-are very rates,, and no opportunity was taking the place of the bigotry product, but with diversity of climate, .
In that would not permit memberof owing to her peculiar geographical
popular England; while his given the Florida growers to pre- '.
"Life of President Lincoln, written sent their claims before the com- one church to attend the ser she position produces and topographical to structure, 'JI
perfection In some \
in conjunction with Mr. NIc- mittee. vices of any church but his own. portions of her territory every fruit I,'

olay, is one of the books without Mr. McCarty shows in his'statement To-day we see Episcopalians and vegetable or cereal known to be useful t", ,INaRAat
i which Is Presbyterians Methodists and In the support of man. Great stretchesof p '
no library truly complete. that "as a revenue producerthe Baptists .y V
:,r. It- In affairs of and Uni- her forests are still in their primevalstate '
state it Is known thaj duty on pineapples, as now incorporated Congregationalist and -:
have never heard the of
k+: Colonel Ilayla BO novice; having ,in the schedule, J is a tarians worshipping together,which the woodman's axe. Vast areas ring of her '
been Secretary of. the Legation at I failure. Aa a protective measure, makes .us hopeful for the time mineral fields still remain' unexploredand
,': Paris, Charge d'Affalrea at Vienna, it certainly does not reach the expectations when all the Christian religions.of unsnrveyed, while the wealth of THE BEST LIQUORS, for the Least Money

.,. Secretary Legation at Madrid, of all the parties cn-' the world shall be In entire harmony been her rivers, lakes and little bays have as yet .
comparatively troubled
':- 'and Assistant' Secretary o( State cerned, being only one-tenth of and all bickering? .and bigotryat demands of commerce and trade.by the Instead sun Trade Stollolted..

:Y-...,. in the ambassador United States.' Ills selection that originally propoaed by the It an baa end.been that made their of the homeA 600 000 in people. who have Rye and Com, }ergai: ................ 1.60 up Iroquois Rye, ..:......:.... 8.00
as
by President Me- Committee on.Ways and Means in suggested the Florida, there Is Tom&llonand&in.; ... ;;..?....... isoup California per gal: .
,
I Kinley has afforded: the liveliest the House, who at fell blow more general observance of the room for millions more and soil produc- Cop.w: Blackberry.. ...Peach and. 'Sherry Clarecand WiDe. Catawba Port.... i.l1Onp
one' Angelica.
.
tive Apple ..........
capacity sufficient to In all Bgrandies. l.Rflup Bottled .... .......
.
atlsfaction Easter support. ... ... rperdo. I.00 0r
ia political and literary reduced it to such festival Is partly due toman's ......... 8.00 ;
a pittance as to comfort and prosperity. Golden er Imp.8berrl11 perg-ai........... ..00 to 6.a
.
Rye ....,.
circles In'London where Ambasaador longing for conscious immortality Kat. 4.00 Imp.Oporto Port, ........00 to 0 e
be
.
unworthy of the consideration 8bawnllSye, per gal.. ............ a-00 Imported Gina, per gal..,.......OOto6.00
Hay and wife are well known. .of the public at large, and direful that though he may not Schedule Steamer Delia. Fine Imported and Xey West cigars and tobaccos.- per Cigars gal $1.50 per '100
in its results to the producers. believe in.the divinity of Christ, and upwards. Bend money with all oroera. All jugs 160. per gal. extra

y TUB merchant who wants to The duty aa suggested by the ne reels the necessity 01 a future The steamer Della, commencing on Will when mall desired complete without price list on applicaLioo. All orders .will be boxed
11 life, and he therefore observes the Monday next, the 12th extra charge. Send for price list.
..sell his wares, and who knows hie Pineapple Growers' Association, I ia inst., will leave '
business, figures his Advertising as follows : Fifteen cents per cubic feast because It In some way seems Titusville points for on Melbourne Mondays, and Intermediate J. H. MARTIN 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,

,. ,.blll, as a necessary part of his. expense foot, the same being a little over to meet his requirements with regard Fridays, at 7 a. m. Returning Wednesdays, leave .. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.. ,
just as M "does his clerk one cent apiece on pineapples< imported to the hereafter. Few of us Melbourne on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Jobber of all kinds of Liquors
,hire and itore rent; and the merchant in crates or barrels..; 910 live lives perfectly satisfactory to Saturday at 7 a. m. andTOBACCO wine trade. Wines! and Beers' known. *to the. spirit

aq, who dispenses with it rarely per' thousand on, pineapples imported ourselves, and the feeling of disappointment .- .
.uoceeds. If he wants trade out. in bulk, or exactly'one cent consequent upon unfulfilled u. .f. jLFepartment or Agriculture

aide tb is own town be must advertise apiece;; and instead of the present hopes and deed which if Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. .
to let people know he ia atill ad valorem duty on canned pineapples we could, we would recall, Has the SEED TO BE GIVEN
r in business and has a specific duty of 40 cents, tendency to' make us wish for a The following is a comparative state- In Away to any person who will plant It EitobUihed 1883.L. -
something to Brevard
.sell, and he should study, the best per dozen 2-lb. cans, (is asked. We future and better life when the weekending ment of temperature Tuesday and, Apr.rainfall 13, 1807.for the CATE office,county.Titusville Call, and at get the some.ADvo- BARBOT & CO.

I't( t methods in the preparation of his have JVIr. McCarty'a assurance that petty troubles and annoyances of -1807- -ISOtt- Or, send stamp to pay postage. ,
advertising that would get tho beet the situation ia very hopeful in the our life on earth are over. ATK., MAX. MIX. MAX. Mitt. Commission.
'I .results for his outlay. A letter to Finance Committee of the Senate, Easter, like most things pertaining 8 7 80 fI3 83: 08 General!
1. and we' to the church baa been 80 71 71 62 'FAITHFUL N .
tbe ADVOCATE this week, from awouldbe feel that the pineapple the 9 82: U7 71 W.ANTED MEN OR S3 i ti
to tf
56
-: settler growers of the East subject of controversy, not aa to 10 travel for responsible S "'3 y S? cS3 fh <
in Coast could 83ear: '
Chicago, says: 73 65 established house in Florida. S2P S "=> oS! SS S "' d
'I ""Your sample copy of the pink not have entrusted their interests. the reason of its observance, but 11 M 6i> til 68 $780 and expenses. Position Salary :1
t j: paper, as well aa others, la to hand. to better bands. as to the correct date thereof. 12 13: 74 00 61 63 ent. Reference. Enclose self-addressed perman .llJSg. -- fllj!

It is the largest and by far the beet This controversy dragged along 75 60 70 62 stamped Insurance envelope. The National, Star Q.O exa ICt T32Q
I have from the second to the seventh Total rainfall for the week: 0:30: Inches Bldg., Chicago.
paper yet seen on the East '" ,,Departure from normal &. 331 I
EASTER SUNDAY.A when istlnfall for the Poydras St,
after much
Coast century, discussion
; but you do not seem to week: plus 0.71 inches. .
___ Departure LA
I '- II the NEW ORLEANS,
method from
,u.va many mercuaius in present was finally normal rainfall since January 1, .. .
'
town although you have your two much mare general observanceof decided upon, which in the wordsof -; plus 0.81 Inches._ __ New York Dental Parlors 1tEFERESCEt: : Banal Ban If. .
:i.. hotels I want! to buy. land near a the great church festival ,of the prayer book of the English 01. >v.,URONK, Observer., n____ !, .. : { MetropoataaBsnk.ComwereialAgenCIM..

live town, eo please ,send me a few Easterwhioh takes place next Sun church I. as follows:' "Easter Day -
,s more day, Is perceptible in all is always the first Sunday aftef
particulars aa to the number every year Tobacco Plants Seed, to In
of stores etc., aa I am anxious formy Christian denominations. This the full moon which happens upon J. S. JOHNSON CO. and I

family to live in a place where. feast day was originally not much or next after the :21st day of Given Away.
observed in this until March, and If the full ....DI..t.IN" of_ ..
they can get what they need in the country com- moon hap- TheJ.T.; '-KW: company''
*
way of ,dry good., clothing, and paratively recent years except by pens upon a Sunday, Easter. 'Day lathe ....Fishing Supplies. giving( away,free, tobacco R'y plants toirt 1
.
Roman Catholics ..
other necessaries, without going and Episcopal Sunday after. Permanei\tly Located. one living along the line of the yatlw1l
several miles to do their shopping." ians, which waa probably due to Nearly opposite State Bank of florid )Ir. W. T. Wood general freight 0 F*
the fact that the old New England At No. 11 1 East Bay of the road, has had a consider
beer Puritans regarded it aa a papal Hointr., We want money to loan on first ALL OPERATION Street. quantity of young plants grown by':
WB real estate GQiRMTEED. expert tobacco and the loco
people "It percent grower,
ray holy day, and
so fused .
to observe spenaaeestolender.
plants
free of all O. Pries will tw will be distributed among
was a L. M
'." "good sermon but rather too it, it being part of their religion to Gaulden, Titustille Cotton 'and Linen Netting; Rope field train5f .......,., ....Follow....., farmers who wish for them. So!..
long. So has it been Other Filling... 'Of I.no A
said about detest and despise Cork, Lead, Twines, Eta ,...... ........,. np different kinds of seed have been plats
,ti' the ADVOCATE'S "popery. They Fishing Plata. ........:::..:... ........ JiOto IM
editorials that could Tackle of every Description rma Beta .., 8.00 to 10.00 ed, Including Vuelto AW
not tolerate anything that ; Hook., (very beet) .... ........ Sumatra.
1 "they were a little too long-winded." emanated from the "scarlet [Remember the ADVocATE'Titus.! Lla s, Rods, Reels, Sinkers, Baits, eta Irregularities corrected. 13.00 to ld.00 Persian, or Turkish, Sumatra, wd o"1"varieties.
k We nave come to the conclusion ," aa they' woman vifle, doe all kinds of job printing. Give tar TARPONTACELE A ..EC1..u.'I'T. f Your patronlllte solicited. ..
were pleated to call The
as a share of F. HENLEY ADVOCATE also baa some VuJ
your work.) D.D.S. !
,
Baltimore Manager. Abajo to
Md. and seed
:r Phone 671., Sumatra tobacco ,
H Jacksonville, Fla. .wa" Call, or send stamp foe son
'I

.
.riw .
R .. 6



r -I
if-

p ,r .,yl g h ,
... ., ..',.. f ,' ;f
.
"-"-). ;;."... '.,...L M. ,, .' r{''" '
.n': : "'



w.+-""'- '

.")"'WFiyfWWTO' =! ==,..,\It. ." 3...".. '1I\"IIJ.\ ---' ''ir 'w"-! "M> ,"'""'". ."'"IV*........ ' :; I ""':,,'1''" :p. \ "" / "JII'N" .". 1' .; : ','O'iII"'rtlm' ,. "' II"" 11" 'r:,!!, ,
''' .. .''.
"I" '' f .' ,. '. ., "' '. \ \ ,' I' .t.. '
.
.. .
.. '


'..

11' w

a INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 16, 1817. bo j


harmony with the cause. The music
was good; and furnished by the Method '

ist choir, with Mrs Blizzard as organist FE.RTILIZERS'} ,f


Melbourne. "

C
GOODB & GOODE_Iteal Estate and I.oans. .,
Alt8nt for ..ACtna London and Liverpool and '
Globe,and Imiwrlal FIre Insurance.Special RICES

.deo"attention paid to the interests ot non-nsl- : sE1KcI4II1 'm" 'JI


HOTEL CARLETON, MELBOURNE, FLA.-
Beautifully Rltnatwt on a high; bluff, overlooking '-
the Indian. River. First-clang H Ili '
acoommuilations -
,and > G-rowers.- "
a rates. ROBERTSON roiuionahle.I1. Proprietor.At ..Jin.eappleC ono< :;; : \:


IbARIHG a special .town election, held last P.I.D.eapp10: ,For1l.11.zors:: t. ::: III ,., i'.'M,,,r'

week, Jas. T. Hogg was elected alderman hiEH Before buying the following Materials bo sure and apply to ,
for the term of two years. Compounded with I chemicals, suitable. for the plant,,' and has. L"""n' i1
results. *' us for prices and we will prove to you we can save you money 1I
Most
POWDERAbsolutely of our winter tourists have left : thoroughly tested with excellent :

for the north, after a pleasant season
very .
;. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS: STKAMEI BONE, RAW BONE-:
Puree spentjn our little town.
gay H Ammonia . ., . .,. ..1. ....5 to 0 per cent. BLOOD AND BONE, ARID PHOSPHATE, :

rated for Its. great leavening strength Mrs. C. J. F. Campbell has just had Phos. Aold. ".. . . ..;..,.... .. .0 to 7 pet cent. ,
Assures the food her pretty lot on New Haven avenue DISSOLVED DONE, NITRATE OF SODA,
Altbfulneiw.all.brands.forms of adulteration common againstnd toap cleaned look ,up, and the orange trees on It Potash ... .. .. .. .. ... ...'. .. .. .,,4 to 0 per cent"1 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, : E-I
fine.
AL BAKING POWDER CO.. New York. Prl.oo: QOS3.OO per tSpecial oll. TOBACCO COTTON SEED MEAL HARDWOOD ASHES
'
W. B. Hainlln, of Oeorglana;who has I Prices In Quantities. : DUST, ,L .

been building a pretty cottage on Straw- i nrr Special 'Mixture compounded, with machinery at yery low COTTON /SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES. :
bridge avenue, expects so n to move into Oe'
Banyan.r It and make Melbourne his future home. H 1 prices : ...'

,ar
Mr. J. B. Maynard, of Valkarla who ;

j refreshing rains of the past week died on Monday night, was burled in the Please Correspondwith us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Scud for

started everything. growing again. Melbourne cemetery on Wednesday.The k \\1 ''"
Masons took charge of. the funeral. hi Pamphlet. 1,1',\h : t'1
G. S. Uardee' and family were '
nt visitors to town on Sunday last. The Ladles Guild, of the Episcopal LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. .'
church, will give a concert, strawberry m
rs.; Sanders, Houston and Creech and ice cream supper next Tuesday evening ,
visiting In Bovine on Sunday. The for,the benefit of the church Improvement y pr;
ns"there are all busy' gathering in fund. L J"sto3ssora.TTlll, Florida.:
cattle and working calves. ",
Mr. and Mrs John Darden left last -
arfJer( and Bon were In Banyan last week, for their pretty summer home, in -
They will leave for Hobe Sound that our newly shelled streets' will be last Saturday
Ithaca, N. Y., but hope to return to us
few days to take charge of a pineplantatIon again next fall, when the birds south- properly rolled shortly making them (it Major Lovett was in town, 'Tuesday, G.. G. SPRINGER '" {
for Capt. Wm. Jarvis. ward fly. flfr good riding, without risking' a punctured calling on our mor' hants. .
,
tire every now and then.
noticed an Incubator on the Ban- Mrs. Ferguson, who has spent the Miss Flora Travln is visiting Mr. and
wharf, to be used on the poultryof winter with her daughterMrs.. W. G. Mr. and Mrs. C. Ainsworth and Mr. Mrs. Troscii at this place. ..
Retailer and Of -
C. G. converse, of Bahia. Mr. Barnes, left for her home in Covington, and Mrs. C. L. Ives and daughter; Miss Manufacturer, Shipper M .
erse is making extensive improve- Ky., last Tuesday, much,to the regret of Helen of Grand Rapids, Mich.; Mr. and : B. F. Hanlesty Is building an office forS. i
a on his place. her friends here. Mrs. Wm. H. Munn, of Holyoke, Mass; K tcblng.I "

C. Creech Is busy this week bud- Mr. and Mrs. Will Irwin and daughter, Mr.Mich.and, were Mrs.among Phelps the, of recent Grand departuresfor Rapids, I i, Bro. Tresoa Is the champion. toad-fish ICE I SDistilled. :

orange trees for )Ir. Otwell. lie Miss Mamie, left for their home In Chic- their northern homes. Messrs. Ains catcher here. : ,

has a lot to bud for E. Silk, of ago last Tuesday, after spending several worth and Ivea and their families left on Messrs. Brownrlgg and Kent are again ,
Ie town, N. Y., 'who has a place months with Mrs. Irwin's parents Mr. Tuesday last, leaving their property hereIn anchored In our harbor .
site Banyan on_the west side of they and Mrs. T. Mesmer, at their beautiful charge of competent care, taken for Blum ''
home on the bluff. We, hope to ,see the summer months. These very pleas- L. S. Jacobs, representing Chas Water
A'Co. Jacksonville called this week.
them again next season. ant persons will be very much missed, .
lumber and other building ma- and to have them return to Miss Jessie Newlnn.has returned home
E. J. Nesbitt, father of Capt. W.. J. we hope us
1 direct from the Builders' Supplyt. Nesbitt, of Eau Gallic, died at his son's early In the fall, prepared to enjoy the from her visit to the west coast. Refrigerators, Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers,
Augustine, and save the lumberman's luxury of our glorious winter climate.
home on the 8th inst., at the advancedage Sheriff Brown called on our citizens a .
commission. of 70\ years. His remains' now rest Dr. Congdon, who has been a guest at fow days ago, summoning jurors. I FACTORIES,...... *3
In the Melbourne cemetery. Their many the Taylor house the past two months, Cocoa and West Palm Beach
White is
The out for
Elephant re .
If you need any job printing, -we friends deeply sympathize with the Borrowing left for Chicago Tuesday, having been Capt. will make cruise ; ,
pairs. Light a
be pleased to get a share of it. relatives. hastily called away by the serious illnessof on' the,lower river ere long.. -
satisfactory his wife, who Is suffering from a can-
Hotel Carleton has had a very -
season. Mr. and Mrs. Robertson cer of the stomach, and Is not expectedto The oatboat Widow Is back at her old d,' pl
Vero. understand how to entertain their guestsso live. During his brief stay among us moorings, after an extended cruise on SEEDS-GARDENalldFJELD.-SEEDS 1
Div Congdon has made many friends, the lower river. ,
,- that they remain a long time, and return ,
another season. The Carle- both socially and professionally, having of rain .
again We are now having plenty
lin Traynor has gone to FhiladelC. ton will remain open all the year round, on several occasions proven himself a which Is making the pineapples andoranges Boani Valentine and Refugee, |1.IM per bun, Muskmelon, ., I. Mo. per lb.. \,
skillful practitioner, and just the sort ofa ,
Wazyarletlea 6,16 Turn 1 00. :(
much to the delight of our townspeopleand in I
need come out grand shape. Squash .. Iflo lb., allll1lltlo lb '.
lb. Pearl Mllllt. frt.
man we most as a permanent | KI. pus per
) r
Willsey has to ;Miami.-: to the comfort of the traveling .' .. '' ,
great b
gone Ciioumlier, 400. 'a VueltsAbaloTobacco Bumli,Impnrteil :
resident. It Is hoped that he will be L. n. Church and B. II. Powell, two
"
'
.
1'flMn,Ainerluan Wonder, % 4.iK( bin Stock, ID.
public. per Sl.OO per 011. tlO per ,
af Helseth has his house nearly able to so arrange his affairs as to enable popular traveling men, visited this section other early varl th,., 8.00.. Tnliaonu" Fin, grown, l-yimr BOu 01., B.oo .. 'I
ed. Mr. 'and Mrs. J. *M. Woodruff and i. him to return and .make his home at, the first of the week. Com,fluid,all varieties. 1.0"( Sumatra Tobanno .> Tile per<...,tAU ." .,
daughter, Miss Mande, of Salem, Ohio, Eau Gallie. HiiKar,all varietlei. a.15! Manut."LeafTbaccOII,4II fn o..,4.W ", ,1,1, '
at think I Only a few days before left here last Wednesday, after spending Mr. and Mrs W. "W. Russell spent Watermelons, ,. 400, por lb. .Iti 1;'..
I' 'y;
teamer runs again. three months in the pretty Carter cot- several days here this week. This was nr: hOlt for price lint to125 \ : I: ;
Frantt and brother, of Courtenay tage, on the bluff. Mr. Woodruff shot a When In want of any kind of building Mrs. Russell's first visit to Hubastlan.: L. CAMERON, Seedsman "

visiting in town recently! al" nine-fopt'gator; in the little creek northof material Builders', in Supply car loads Co., or at St.otherwise Augustinewill the The Misses Edith Kitching and Ladye East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "J
Fountain Heights; a few days ago. deliveredprice SklpwJth visited Stuart this week, returning
er are getting; quite troublesome they will be back next winter, be pleased to make you a the river. "
They say by They report an
destroying a good many water- at your station. You have no
n and sweet potato vines. sure.Mrs. agent's; or middleman's commission to enjoyable time.Workmen Fred'k S. Morsex (
Clara D. Maclean's .class the DoraIn :
gave
and" Mrs. F. C. Foppel Mr. and pay. are putting sloop xTVTT
their last musicale of the season, at the shape as fast as possible. She Is one ::1
Braddock and Mrs. .
Poppel'ser -
residence of Dr. Brown New Haven of the handsomest sloops on the river, '
all of Reams, were visiting II. avenue, last Wednesday evening Those Malabar. to say.nothing of her captain.In ) r r1W
ifford and family one day last week. who took part were Mrs. Dr. Brown, :REeAZi.:: :: : ESTIA.TE: : ,
the of the Three Friends Atlas
Mrs. Fred Mack, the Misses Maude race ,

you want to buy Tobacco Dust? If Powell, Annie Goode, Gladys Wells, Jen- Miss Isa Forest was In Melbourne onThursday. and line Lourlna In ; the three which yachts blew with crossedthe terrible %. Dad.o:: Oo.. :J1ILOBzDAI I 1
;et prices and buy from Little Bros.P. nie and Helen Miller, Mattie Brown; a squall

Co. Jacksonville, Fla.Courtenay.! .. John Nicholson and others. Will give C. F. Worm was In town on Sunday fury. The Lourlna carried lost away .
the next week. her spar; the Three Friends got on AGENT FOR LANDS OF'r' j
programme and Tuesday
again on
the course; the Atlas, guided by her

C. W. Bolton went to Valkarla, Mon lucky star came home without a mishap Florida East, Coast Railway'Company, ,,

.,, THE ROCKLEDGE STORE has the day evening, returning the.same night. and won the race with flying colors. Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company, '
s of the East r
along
finest display goods .
ans are going forward every day in Coast. Our assortment Is so large and Miss Minnie Neal, of DeLand, ,Is expected ,Boston Jt Florida AtluntloCoast, Land Company.

i quantities. varied, that, we can supply you with here shortly Do you want to buy Blood & Bone -
anything you'need. We make a spelt Rev. C. L. Howell spent Sunday at If so, get prices and buy from Little
IL. Whitlock transacted business Ina alty of supplying yachting parties. this place with E. B. Arnold.W. Bros. F. Jt P. Co.' Jacksonville, Fla. The
on Tuesday.. < Jacksonville i l Fertilizer Co.
PAXTON & HATCH, Rockled e. R. Harris and daughter, Miss Flor- to
[Harper'and family left on Wednes- ,
ence, spent a day here lately. .

por-Pinehnrst vis' pineapple, to farm.take charge, of W. Do you want to buy fertilizer materials Miss Addle Sams returned on 'Monday Roseland.MJss ,:ID. S"C'DLO: w ..Gb-oxi'l :BffcMtaciL: sb

[ J. LaRoche he expects.g to ship ? If so, get prices and buy from from a week. spent with her family, at .. (LATE CHAPMAN,& SUDLOW.) .
says Little Bros. F. & P. Co., Jacksonville, Courtenay.
loft
Theo. Kennedy Monday
and barrel of Irishtoea
een forty fifty South Jacksonville Florida.
Fla. for visit to Fort Pierce. ,
i this season. Edgar Conkllng, of Melbourne, came evening a
down on Saturday's train, and visited Mr. F.: White has butchered two --, MANUFACTURER OF --
|H. Sanders of Indlmnola call- j
was
several In the .
days locality.E.
Eau Gallie. Chester White swine each weighing
i our burg on Monday. .
B. Arnold Is very busy' this week, over 500 pounds. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and '
v. E. E.. Johnson, of Cocoa, dellv-
lot of trees from the
shipping a orange Mr.T. S. Drake has bad quite a large ,
[a very Interesting sermon here on Sheriff Brown was in town Tuesday, Indian River Nurseries.Geo. .
his He -----
ylast. Mrs. Capt. McIntyre made a trip np W. Washburn went over to his quantity has put out of muck a number put on of, fancy grove.palms Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind, of Raw Material,

(Addle E. Sams left on Monday Banana river Wednesday, td spend the place at Wildwood Monday, and spenta and other ornamental trees. These, with ,
ay View, to take. charge of her day with friends at Oceanus. couple of days there looking after his his fine lawn, make his place look. really Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanlt Etc. Also '
I, after a week's vacation here with beautiful. ,
interests.
rents.TImn. The schooner Olivette, Capt. Brain- :Brand "
::
The F'amoialel: EEard.o.
here loaded with lum- From number of granted I
erd, left Saturday, Invitations have been rece'ved hereby the permits
proprietor of the ostrich ber and brick, from Paddison's yard. I our yonng people for a dance at Oak for the capturing manatee, It looks. if Ammonia. . ......, .p. ', .4 to A per cent >, .
i arrived home on Monday after a to be the law for their protection was passed Available Phos. Acid,.., .6to8pe.cent> lor 925.OO Per. Ton.
(Friday), given by '
t stay in St. Augustine and otherou Capt. W. J. Jarvis! general freight here Mr.Lodge and to-night Mrs. Latham and daughter.Our so that they might be exterminated for Potash K 0. .< .. ., ,8 to 7 percent) '
agent of the East Coast Line, was scientific purposes. While residents Highest Commercial Value given our brands In tile last Bulletin. Write for

early In the week, on railroad' business. Sunday school will have appro-, who might like one once In a willie for Prices. Orders for :'i I tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef alt

want to buy Cotton Seed Meal? The schooner yacht Elerior; Commodore priate Easter services next Sunday. The the meat .cannot only do without but freight charge to any railroad depot on the East; 'Coast at catalogue. prices, until ;
i get prices and buy from LittleF. Robbins, of Daytona, torched here young people and little tots have gotten must help pay men to grant permitsfor further notice. "
and several visitorsare
[ 4 1% Co. Jacksonville, Fla. Wednesday, on a cruise down. India : up a good programme, their extermination,, Parties who .- ;
River. expected. have no permit amuse themselves by .W
attendance at Sunday shooting at them. One was found DUREN. & FEA'STER.e
Rev. Mr. Louder, of Sebastian, will There was a large ....
Fort: Pierce. the Methodist congregation, school, and after, Rev. C. L. Howell Tuesday morning dead. It had evidently .
at preach the to Baptist church, next Sunday, delivered one of his usual good; sermons. been shot. It was seen from the ralt- ,GROCERIES FRUITS :& VEGETABLES. Florida and ,
The attendance at the Christian Endeavor road.brldge, surrounded by several live ,
M Sadle Saunders left Tuesday, morning and evening. meeting, !Sunday: evening, was ones which were fondlng It with their Olaea and ,
a extended trip op the river with Miss Maude Taylor came home 'from good also,'Miss Mamie Stank: leading flippers. They seemed at least to under Western Meats of All Kinds.Crockery, ir: '
Andrews,pf Eden. Cocoa on Tuesday's train, to spend the stand why It would not move. The Your c
summer Her many News was received here, Tuesday: of carcass was secured by Qulnn Gibson,who TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
,
pt. A. Bell ba some tobacco grow- friends pleased to have her with the death of J. B. Manard, ot Valkarla. saved the skin and skeleton. It measured -
are _.. ._ .
vhicb looks beautiful.i them again.- He was an old and respected citizen. loft !Bin! la length and weighed about -- -- -' --- '0' .

l ..i is being every sign of from a large here pine-this Father O'Boyle, of Tltasville, was here last Deeessed survivor ieavesno of his pame relatives or, rl being ce. The the 000 pounds. E. :r...... : :RAZ Y dZ: SRO. Il

crop shipped Tuesday greeting his many friends In interment took place at Melbourne on -- .

r. his usual genial and whole-sooUd man- the 14th Inst., the remains' being fol- Pineapple, Orange and Lemon Groceries, Grain. Hay Garden Seed, Fertilizers Staple A_Fancy Groceries, Fruit ,
C. P. Platts paid Palatka a visit ner, leaving the next morning for Canaveral lowed to their last resting place by a .4 '
day, returning Tuesday night. by.steamer Spartan. number of old friends. During his long Land For Sale Cl eap. ,And Food Product all kinds.' Grain, Hav. Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Ground 'o
and Food and Wheat. We tbe house on Indian River' dealing exclusively I.I la
Sanford, after a Illness, he was tenderly devotedly are only ?
m. Viola Lonsford, the talented and Mrs George Speer'of bis friends sale 80 acres' of the above line of We Invite correspondence and solicit patwnage.
ent lady Temperance Lecturer, of pleasant visit to her friend, Mrs. Capt. cared for by many of cal I have for pineapple ,I goods. your your rat

thorn, Fla., and formerly of Ohlolered Mcintyre, left on Friday's steamer for neighbor land on St. Lucie which river, a few miles northeast be- _Very. truly E. L. BRADY' UltO., Tltuntille, Fla. t,
Mr. low Eden, 40( of. being' i
visit to her parents, .
two lectures Saturday' aIM! Oceanus, on a of section '
of northeast quarter
ay evenings respectfully at the and Mrs. O. K. Wood. YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fishing quarter ''
south of 41 east
18 38, range ;
township
THE DECA'NTER.
edict and Baptist churches, to )(r. and Mrs. Dnden and daughters, Tackle ever brought to Indian the other 40( is the northeast quarterof .: ,
s and appreciative audiences, under of New York arrived here Tuesday afternoon River at the Rockledge store. Do not southeast quarter of section 8,
knspices of Mrs. HalL The rendlt- I bay fait to call and examine this fine stock. '
their houseboat, of 41 eastThe '
on coq township 88 south range
ot the programme at the Baptist ing thoroughly enjoyed their winter P.AXTOIf & HATCH, lockleIge.'Sebastian. above,land can be bought for $10 Lesley: <& _npkeri;
ch reflected
Sunday night greatIt
cruise on Indian River.S. per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple' .

being to the little participant Miss ,Johnnie very notice-Van D. Geiger, the energetle traveling several .. '. orange Will,be lemon sold or In lime lots growing/of<40( acres, ,, for, Foreign aDd DooeiUe Brands of Wild BrudJesJ Runs. Gins and ,lUstles,

mar, a little wee tot who brought mu of TUusville, who carries cash. This land will soon be worth $i0 ---- Bottled Been Ales ud ,Stoat -_- -
down .
B the well-merited applause of theteby tails to his business kite, came : I
her cute .little speech. .The Tuesday, aDd added agent S. K. Watts, The Ip-o-wUls are plentiful. at this per- acre. C. H. Walton, ADTOOATB A First-class"LIne Cigars. .... Billiard and Pool Tables.

satlon by Miss Clara BeD, C..... of toe East Coast Line, to oar growing season of the year. office Apply or to to Bobbins & Graham, Titus' .Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to mall ,

Is( and, being>Vyrtle fn Killer perfect was unity exeeptlonood ,and-. list fine of Crescent bicycle wheeL riders, selling It Is to him be a hoped very The Atlas tailed under a lucky. star4H till"of'; f eU order Cash most accompany your order. LO9LKT: RZ2TAKXR: Tltusvllle,Fla.

,

.
+
t:
.4
1


,
41.M. A iI
9,
k ;. ?ki,

{;..fl .. f. '' ';, r jf; ,.<. L oj"_ e''r.sn ?4n1,7 "y. ;''t f, ".\.,'. .... !...Jt ...;" ", .."
."... .-. :....1. I''" n-E '. __......, .. .... {". (



.... ".;>.....,..,. fT'. >;- ..,.' '"
.. ',', '.' ? I" / ,
,
"
"'''1'' '''<-'''' "' ." ''w" :. 1i ": I. '
ot' .. .
,
,
'I ..
1t ,
J

t r M .

.
eV' .
.

6 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, APRIL 16. 1897. .


t,, I Ii I Best line in the State '

BICYCLES.

i '. THE' OPPORTUNITY-- CAME. Sick Headache RARE CHANGEJHotel .

.
I ,;u' And Tba He Waived Old Glory *. His .. '


Two prominent DMTContent.Cleveland. men went Permanently Cured"I Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla. LUTHY, $150.00.. .

abroad last rammer, and one of them .
was troubled a long time with $100 $76,00.CLEVELAND .
twk with him miniature regulation FOWLER, ,
sick headache. It was usually accompanied ,
flag. It wa the handiwork of a neigh ,
' t>or, a lady and its dainty silken fold with severe palnaln! the $100, $85.00.

Wore, attached to a gilded .t aft. temples and sickness at the atom.

"Take good care of It." said the fairJTagmaker ach. I tried a good many remediesrecommended WESTFIELD, $73.00, $00.00.

"for )tit meant protection for .

you know and when the opportunity this complaint ; but

_ell wave 11 for all it I. worth. it was not until I began B. F. MANIER, Jr.,

' Well the opportunity didn't come forsvtferal takingAYER'S '

weeks, bat all that time the lit- Jacksonville
Fla
yr G flag was within easy reaching( dill- ,

t& oe. At Jut,' when the tourist came at @g' With Freyer 4: Bradley Music Co., ,
Fills that I received v ,
'" *
i
ia Ifrankfort-on-the-Main. they were In-

Tiled' to dinner by an American resi- anything like perma '

dent and around hi. hospitable table nent benefit. A sin o =: .6. S. 33 XnXTIkiE.PKALKBS: .& c 0

tbey glowed over' the glories of Colum. gle box of these pills did the work IN, ,

bia'. land until oar pilgrim felt fairly tor me and I am now a well man." -

4 k' Il I elIck. ': C. U.IIin cnneos,East Auburn Me. Pl3:1e: : > Wines: And Liquor]

"I made tip my mind right then," For the rapid cure of Constipation ,
K *" *
aid the flag bearer "that Old Glory Dyspepsia, Biliousness Nausea \'\ wniidiA.iV, A *..- 4W w- Bar; *, '

wt>uld }.have to ware on toms pretext and all disorders of Stomach. t y yT I-'t J .. i?': JACKSONVILLE:, ', Fu
1 that day even if I had to itand out In >Q tit .... < ; ... ;.
Liver.and Dowels, take : +y- -, t1f' -; RICH WINES create 'good,
y' toe street and other for It alone. g Ne I +' thy sourDon', make the ml Sri,!

Well, after the dinner they went out v j: r.. ." .i :i'i>l6e bnylng wIne ben,.. nJ
-<.._ ( l 1 WJ'tOooil'' cheap. It Is not. It lias a
to heartbe band play: and then a wild null
:D gneabto effect upon the .ft
system
3.t' ,
yl(, idea occurred to the man with the flag. _-..=- (good wine is really not expmilit"1
Its stationed himself to side where AVER'SCathartic Brevard _, ".' .. gives ron; that pullel.togelber
one ,
at SBJ'no ,.
NIL
The above cut represents roughly HOTEL, Du .. ..- H\\' aatl.fted feeling '
he could catch the conductor's eye, and County Flonda, which la only f of a mile south of the depot of Eau Gallie, Fla.. ; 1 !:.We make a Bpeclaltr; of North

there he waited. Pretty soon the bandmaster and about 200 mile south of Jacksonville on tha Flonda East Coast R y. lias "M."r: h\lh\! ./,i.' old,MM: Dew Corn Rhhie. f

looked squarely at him and then depot, postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on MJI i"' ) > years Parties living per in gallon Dry Towni.
out came the stars and stripes with an Medal and Diploma at World's Fair. ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Oallle River with view of Indian River on well to order from n, as we cu fu
IIrv
half mile distant and the Atlantic ocean 2t miles way. Is : them 60 per cent on nil. order,
leas
eloquent flourish. The leader was a sever Hal for th .eut, than a '-1. : f't .
looking man with a stiff gray yearrugpht Aftr" Sirupirilla.Photograph practically new-buildings completed In 1808. The hotel and every cottage Is 'r:1 n-Always nd money with _
et!!
been used. Two artesian y & : w.-wm not open new account
furnished and linens have never n
and of the furniture
most
! al snuitaohe and a very tight uniform bnt /" suitable Jacksonville reference I s
wells and 20 cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the /' No Goods
ho actually smiled and nodded. Then pipes sewer; Gent C.O.D. to D
,' best of water. The property has only been used Borne two months by the former ) iJ'll lot ata S. Agent Indlanopollt Brevlntl
ho stiffened up and rapped sharply on Holder. owner John Green ..who died, and the property IB now owned by Col. Aaron A. I Brewers and Bottlers,IndllDlpolI- '

fit t .bis music stand The mnilolaus stiffened Some pretty photo holders .are madeof DeGrauw of Jamaica, Queen's County New York, whose address until 'April lit II Hercules Halt Toalo$326 per Mae; Clayton A Russell Wild Cherry Brandy$4.110 per sal,.

up, too then was a rapid flr* of guttural 5 inch ribbon and crochet ring I* Oak Hill, Fla. There 1* a large pavilion 100 feet square cement floor, cement
direction; and then- walks; water works and garden. Best of banting and fishing fresh and salt water;
The
be
plainest made times
1* And then the great band broke out long cabinet may The Itf, a* ailing or yachting on Eau Gallic and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing beautiful -' The New Peach MASCO
a* a photo. lower end
all at once in that splendid chorus scenery; and the whole la ready to open. a hotel In one day's time. Every
g 'Tis the star spangled banner oh la finished with plush balls matching convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original
the ribbon and tbe upper end is fastened John Green now for sale at $16.000; half cash and half ,on TL
l long may it wave, and yon may rest coat to was $48,000; THE BEST PEACH for both nub
Assured' the Cleveland man waved it to a gilt rod with a chain for suspending time. Any good hotel man can make money here. Address NIGNEST a
and home use ever Introduced.
Ofcn
the bolder. The photo is held D. L. GAULDEN, Tltnsville, Fla.
long and wildly and tried to,.IDIr. too in place by a ohain of crochet ring. Qu tbllllea.oD for the first time. For r tiparticulars'
and choked op over it, and the other k
These era covered with crochet silk and address
s' American gathered abonthim and
sang
1 the best they knew how andw"vedtheir ornamented with a narrow. scalloped STEAMSHIP LINE. LOWEST PRFREIGHT THE RIFFING BROS. CO,
edge around the ring. Pretty frame are MALLORY ICES
.hat and handkerchief, like windmills,
Pomona
of pale blue with bow of narrow pink Nursery,
With the staid German citisena looking
on in big eyed amazement. ribbon' at the uorner of tbe ring chains.A Florida New'York, Macclenny, H'
bow of wider ribbon is fastened in
"I do know," said tbe flag Philadelphia and Boston.
say yon the center of the above the p Fpglp We also in stock
pic a
waver, "that when I beard the gloriousold space Sailing from Brnnnrlck G..., direct to New York. / carry completely
t tune it was just like getting Insight tare. A writer in Good Housekeeping, PASSENGER SERVICE. of Fruit Trees, ornamentals andO ra

el Cleveland smoke again." who call. attention to the foregoing I. Iii .Via. Fernandtn. F. C. A P. Ry, and Cumberland Rontel adapted to the lower South. Catalcp
Well the leader played the "Star also authority for the following LT 8t.AuRustlne 9:80 p m; Lv wksonvllle'11.00 a ml) Lv. 1 *Free. Local Agents wanted In
en
Another pair of holdnrs-wss made Fernandina 1 JO p m; Ar BranirwIcK B JO p m. Dally exceptSunday. '.
a, I Spangled Banner" through three times; L locality.
then he whipped over to "Home Sweet from a piece of pink ribbon 20' inches Via verett.all rail.r.C.& P. Ry and So. Ry. Lv St. Anp-
long. The corners of the lower end were tonne D.80 a m( Lv Jacksonville 4.00 p 11)i Ar Brunswick 7.30
t Borne and wound up with "Yankee p m. Dally. Passengers allowed on board for supper Thursdays
turned back to form

+a', Doodle."Ob we didn't do a thing to that corners were turned a forward point Tbe to form upper a PROPOSED SAILINGS FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY

bandmaster" said the Cleveland similar point; and each end was finished Lv.New York Pier 91 n.R,3 30.4.m, (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick.

man."We with three plush balls. 'A chain of crochet Friday,Feb. ..............COLORADO..... ..............Friday, Mar. 5 CAMPBELL
just took him out and book hand Friday, Mar. B.,.........RIO ORANDE..1....?... Friday Mar.12 (Successors to THE A. B. CO.)
.with him all around and gave him aflue ring formed a frame for the photo Friday, Mar, U: .COLORADO... ...,....Friday, Mar.19
which was placed about four inches Friday: Mar. U.. ............RIO ....Friday Mar.26
jolly which he"oouldn', under above the lower point The rings were Friday Mar. .<....,............COLORADO....._....'....Friday Apr. :aFoegnnevi Pianos, Organs and Musical ,Merchandi
stand and then bought him a barrel of
Information,steamer,train rate, etc, to railroad tof
covered with victoria crochet silk'and apply any agent or
ft-f beer, which he could understand. A.P.MURPHY, Agent, remanding, F a. CilA8.1 v ,Agent,220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.
Cleveland] Plain Dealer. had a crochet edge a* described for tb"arl' 1 H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent,Brunswick Ga. A CHANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFI

; pair. The upper,end of the ribbon C.H.MALLORY...,General Agent,Pier m: E.River and Stlil Broadway N.YI: 'We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos Organs, ita

Mt was folded forward, so that the plush music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing

: WHAT WOMEN WEAR. ball suspnned from the point nearly .he stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of:"low prices, to make room foribi

reached the top of the photo. A sprayof line of the celebrated Conover New.England, Schubert and Klnffsbury Piiw

Among the pretty waists are those .forgetmnnot embroidered with We have the following. pianos, which are worth from $100 to $:!OO more tliaon

with bolero: fronts and plain backs. Adatiofloabove the Bows ask for them !r
upperpoint. Conover style K. .$e8o Kaine. Bros., style 8,man............>.... P"
SJdrta with panels are not uncommon of narrow blue ribbon were placed'at V .' Kjeb. 828 Schubert, 16.....:...................
and some of these are decorated In the the corners of the ring frame. A gilt 'a .It Jeb.r............ 2UO Malcolm Love wal..............,...
... ............
It J.wa .,,...... SCO Stelnway eb.. .
rant elaborate fashion with bead, embroidery rod and chain were used to suspend the Meb...,.. .400K.W&1 Everett eb....... .. ...
; and Jewels. holder ." .. .........................: 1123 Klnlrftburvj.. atvla R ..b..............:.....
R! Vf McCammon, et7le !l'lw&l; :. .-;;;;; ..;;:;;;,Boo -- t Among the new akirta are those that'a ff 47s..JUab........... :......,, 11IM KDabe Grand ......................
'Y8I'1'17 straight-that ia Displaying DeJaty hI_ .. wai........,..,..,...... 270 BtuJV88&D' eb. .........,....
they
A clever device I' 'I'.eb...................... 200 f wal..r.. ...,. ........
o are destitute of the flare with which we BalU" BI'OI.. 6.eb.... .......... ....... 200 NeWlb&E..I' eb.. .. ... .........,
hare become so familiar.An for the display h n o u 8.eb..t./" 1111 JaeM Btar. eb............:........-
1 of chins e .. u 8.nab................ti... 190 Morrill., .
evening dresa of black velvet baaS Some of these have been d re-poUahed.
brio-a-brae is depicted pianos rent but we have had them
inch fold of white satin in every In order and them be
in The La put thorough we guarantee to satisfactory or menie7funded.
p earn of the skirt. This ia a rather startling dies' Home Jour wcy1yQG We furnish a stool, scarf, IDDltruotloD book and delivered f. o. b.JI10nviUe

fashion but give variety, which, nal. It is nothing ; cash or lu.tallmeDt. Sheet music at hall price. Write n.
r2 of course, ill the main thing.A .- more nor less FREYER .I: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY

new sJdrt ia made up of fire than a polished 24 ;.East Bay, Street, Jacksonville\ FI.

flounces ODe overlapping the other. stick into which

4t They are slightly gathered and lOWed hooka are screwed .

upon a silk foundation. The raffles are and on which ,_ The Lined

bound with ribbon, and the upper one eupe may be ;. ;;, Tropical Trunk

1, overlap the next. by about 9 1-9 hang. Tbe stick ,

Inches. itself hangs froma 1It Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
Very handsome waists. are mad of screw hook underneath ,

ck corduroy i or ribbed Tel-ret. The body U a bracket : JOSEPH H. DURKEE 'Reoeiver.SO .

i dose fitting the fronts are turned back: or shelf in a ''A I aA \! m NORTHNo. -

:k ;and faced with silk of the same shade cabinet As a No.9 71.: X10.28 Time Table In Efft :Feb. 1. '9'1. N0.8'd.- No. Ts.0o

The full length Test and collar are of pendant to a cor ::::::::- J: r .sell '8 BOa L".J..CK80NVILLE........Ar 130a m 840 11I"I-=1od

pale rose color with an abundance of ner cabinet the ........, Mixed 81111a ?.....",....OrangePark............ H.m .
k white laoa. stick is SAFETY I COMFORT I TIME LOW RATES I ........ HoW'r: 946p 902. ........ .........Peorla...........,..... 940.m .12pmTlII. .
cup an QUICK ,....... andll'rl ...............Magnolia............. ...,...... ..8otpmTbuno'.....
effective decora ........ ........ 1016p 924a.. ...Green des
A norelty hat has a medium width Finest Cuisine and Cove 8prlngB...., ... 8011am lI4lpm:
Service. No between
e Transfer Jacksonville and Mew York. ........ .
.. .. '
.. .... ..
tion. A. .
brim and a rather flat low crown. A something The Fleet composed of tbe following Handsome New Steel Steamers I ....... 10'80n'11mpto105..Palatka.., ....... .... .. 600am66pml r
wide section of bla velvet i* lined with in the same "Com nche" (new) ........ 11 ida 1204a: to 36a.".8ataum............. .2Iam 291'01 ,:lip
r line the housekeeper s "Algonquin "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "Seminole., d...... 114 a U19. 104l1a .... :. .....Pomona........ ... tl..a'm 4111.1' IMp
q 'a contrasting oolor. This velvet i* plait- s ...... 12: lap l226 a to I9a! ........CnntCttyJuoctiOD....:.: 11188m .08 pm Jjlr
will find North-Bound. ........ lOOp 1266s 1113& ,........... 1 17m 5I'
-d so to fit over the crown and the .Berill. ........... ... 888am 846pm
.... .
...
hooks useful if Steamers. t..fe. 230p 186 a II .28 .. .... ...DeLeoa ... .. 2l5 11111
to sail according to the Springs.- 2 M.m P
+,, upper aide of the brim. At the back it A ccr STICK. From JA.C.9NIL.LKJ FLA" (Ceiling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. ......... IMp 143a U4Hp ..............GleowOod..,...... 146.m 808pm taut
*ta drawn up into a large puff from screwed into the From CHARLESTON 8. C., .,. Mondays. We .
.... .
which fall drooping plume of cock'oather bottoms of. the shelve to her china For a hour. of sailing see"Clyde Line"Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dally papers. ........ t30 P ......... II: 40a L.At,} ...........DeLa 0 d .........: (.Ar ... ...... "3:l3lIpm.... .
.. :
i. closet ......... .. ..... ........ Lv.. S. ....
/ *-New York Ledger South-Bound. .. ... ..F.nteYJIrlse.. ... .. .. .. : 4pim
..... ... .. ... n "
.I. .. ..... Ar... t10056
Steamers ....
.. .
are appointed*"u from liar 20 East Blver.New York, at 8 follows ?
m. as
orCHARLKSTOS.S.! C. : Mondays, Wednesdays p. and Fridays t ........:....... .......,...... ....... ... ..... .......TlTU8VILLE..fv..... .................. .......... .' ..
r For JACKSON VlLLKFlX" (caningatCharleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays. ... ... ........ ............ ... ......,...Mt .................._...... .. .
.t....... .... .... 446plr. Dora...,. .. ......... e46am.
... .
.2
.
Boston and JacKsonville-DIRECT LINE ....,....Tavares......;...oLv..
.
(Freight
only.) ........ 620: P ...........,.Sanford .... 188am 819pDl 1 d1
a The highest claim for (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) ......... ... ...,........... . ....,.......Itamnnte; I Spdngi.........Lv... .... :
e C k other t STEAMERS!: "QUO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE.," ...."..t:: ....:... .120 t :::::.: ::....:::.WlnterPaok.. .:..,. ... 1468am...
.Orlando.. : :
.
tobaccos is are appointed to sail as follows: ........ ........ ,. .1206pm: .
4 "Just as ..... .. ...... .
Jacksonville .
From foot of ..
.Kleetmmee .. .. ...
From LewIs' .. : .
Jgg"Met Wbarf Boston .. ..... ..
$! Ar...... :......Bartow .. .
.
Jo. .. e
.. .Lv
good Durham. FRIDAYS.Clyde's .. .:. .. .. .. 6d
as 8 a seep .....,... .. .
: .Lakelanj 10411101.
...
I_ ...... ..1....... t 84 "IIII' ..... ....... .laopm
..
.Bartow. ... ... : 1011iaOl.
Every old smoker .. ..... .... 830.1II111pAr..PuDta.. (1epm
........ ::..,.. .: 180. ...,......... OcIrda..... .....Lv 416pmtl1lt0p...
'
..
k knows there is, none just St. Johns River Line. .. .,.. 646. 6ppAe. ,.. .Tampa. ....... ..Lv 11Op1ll! 112Ian.
TantpaBay .. 914am.
lIotel. .
....: .:
e .. 1120 :.
a II .. .
8UP Ar. .. ..,.. r'Lre11Om1s46am
Port Tampa...,.. .
as good as .. ........ Man.and Thura 10 <
p. (DE BART LUrE OOP Lv" ... 230pmTbura..nde
) : ..
.PortTamp..Ar
........ TD....oil FrI"r.; 8 0I'p ,......... aud $
The Elegant Iron BldewheeLgteamer ........ .... Weet......;...Ly 130 pm Wed.
Wed .nd Bat. 8 00a ....., Iao
CITY OF JACKSON VILTjE. Ar. .......lray.......... ...?,Lv1280pmW.L: apd

Blaclwell'sBULLDURtIAM CATT. W. A. SHAW. a Daily. t Dadyexcept SUDday. R

} I* appointed to sail as follows r Tral .It and 3:1: Carry Through hUman Buffet Sleeping Can. I
.
Leaves Jacksonville, Sao pm,Sundays,'lueadaT.aod Fridays fok FWuca Twine 23 and 18 Solid Veatll'1l1e,1 -
Trains. and
aanford.' Knuxlrrlse! and Intermediate landings on the .John Trains 13 and 78 connect with Parlor Care between Jacksonville lwyp
: Leaves Sanford'.00 a.m. Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays; for Sack.laIUe.80r1TH medians polnta 00 the IadlaD at River Tltuaville with steamer 8Uv.r King" for HockJedge I

i, TraID 23. t.avlnRJacklOo"lIIe dally at 11:30 tt:33, O n yi_
am.. srrivee a' Hawthorne at
1226, ,
BOL-ND. ; OI 1 -46 ,
"burg 5u, aiF"
Read down.av BCHK1>TJLB..Jacksonville.. NORTH IJOL'ND. aMva.e OaitLn 1::" Brooksville : m.atpon Train leaving Jacksonville ,JIm.
m. Laoomb.e mPT
u P !:q( p' .Clearwater !
L*.. J p. m. ....................... ......................... Arrive 2.00.. m. Bt Petenbarg 10:30"m"daily except Bnuday. SprlDp 8Mp.m.
r '.43 p. m. ......................... falatka.....?.................... Iave m. w. B. COFFIN AC1tXRLY. ...I
Smoking tobacco It 8.00 .. m. ......... ... ........ ....cor...................>....,...... .ooK m. OenerISuperintendent. G. D pUMnger H"
It 1 4 je a. m. ..... ...... ...9t. FrancisBereaford ............................ lJ111.. m. Genet
It. VJO a. m..i. .. .... ............ ........................... It ll.oo: noon
' 1't; Ton will 1 s.00 a, m.........................Blue Bprim ......*........:.... ... ... 11JO. m.
find one coupon inside Arrin SJO a, m................. ........... Sanford..,?.......,.............. ooa.m..U .
; each two onnce bag,and two coupons 9J5 a. m. .. .. Enterprise .. .......... .......... 1.30.. m. BOYAL-TANSY
inside each four ounce .........l.. ..................so.Via.iWlroadWbarfS.' )............................ SO p.m.Gen'I .PILLS
Vu bug of '.Durham. jTAMPSp
Buy a beg of this cele '1 Passenger and Ticket Office, 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonville. ''......'.- REWDlaeevxuT..aw.r..a.eevaeran.... TINIILK: :

brated tobacco and read the rmIuT5'S'-Sd"k7.oe Iniut

tl" /" | coupon-uhich gives a list I J.A,LCSUB Supt. Jjio.L.BOWAKO,FU.Frt Act. F. ..Iao.MOiro-,Jsv,Fla,'Fats..Alto a. 1.4k.w.v..f 4..ws. tl _--.<...,.SS. D/IABS .
,' 01 valuahlo .. twtl"'
,JACKSOXyiLLK
.
pnaeutaaad how ,6 FLA. .. th.run:n ..u bu.e. =
, to get tb ni. bO.EGo.,T.x., W.H.wAntratora.P.s.' ., .B.clvnaA.T.Y. fr .asps w to......-la.wtap .
't I BOWLING QRXKX' HKW YORE.wid. H""' _.perraajraa .
.
P. CLTD& a co., 0--1........... '.! ) W. TxcL
II Ruling .w York. U ... >>eaa_. .PbUad.lpkh Sold by J. B. ScroYen' only. .u.a1P tI



k C .

: .

.. <

: .
1 .
1

S v ..1 .".'; ... ,...... ""., ._ ...J... of"1;
"'1 .\



.- "iI'''''''''''''.__.......... '.. '
'......}t"I// \t"'t'' ''' : ..,.,.nra. '', '' ".. ''' '" ',T1 "\' -' / n "m 't1rII;,,ter Pm." f.o\rf.\ ''t'l'' (". .,d 'r! :a1'w/f! "''. --\1\tr:\
1' ;
'r4. ".f.-I'4II:), 1''i\WJI'T'' ; fr "" ; ;< :,\) (! '11'/ '' .. """ ,"., ""' "" '," 'f'i!!": "" \1.
J,' '' : '" 'O'\ r"l" ; \ .''..... ''' : 1' "" ;,: 'I'. 'I'h
: If' I'' .. l '' ," I .. ', "
'j ,
', '
\ :
11'

I-- tt i\ f


...,. '.Ii" !h r,

INDIAN RIVER, ADVOCATE, APRIL 1ft 1897. 1-, ;
) ,i!:}


ITE'S 'COTTAGE, .- Rockledge, Fla. :aL: ; all cee. --I-...... ara,,,11IxrwLOn.. .A Mi;


Lsantly; located pear the large otels. Large airy rooms.. Good<< Table. '

Itered rain water., Terms, $1.50 HOTEL.Tit EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM. .
per day, ; $7 to $10. pen; week.. Open until GRAND VIEW

**. J. J. WHITE, Proprietor. :,

,X-. >.if vi11o, FlorIda.The And Other East Coast Hotels Reached by '

TONA HOUSE above hotel Is now open and la full running; order, 'and the table 'is- supplied The Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. ,a
,, (FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE. with all the markttt affords-such as game, flab, oysters eto. The Mlnml-Naasau Steamship Line to Nassau, Bahama Islands. +'
) A carriage meets all trains for the convenience of guests. A first-class laun- I
The Miami and Key West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West. '+
dry attached to the hotel.
A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Railroad Bohmlule on rage 3.)
J. O. BAST
I' ., Proprietor.
Ftlmn Its house, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newl9 furnished; is now S ,, ...._. ST. AUGUSTINE, S ;
ever before prepared to furnish -'- -' -- -
a comfortable home to tourists and yIN Hotel Alcazar
IvellDK;public general\ .. ''I eitend a hearty invitation to all my uld friends -J., A. 1IAPPER3ETTE.. ,
|East Coast.to see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. : JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager > ,;;i,,, 1..

:: : :: =:I.4.: J'f':: DIVER: : :IIOTEI.1: i,ORMOND. a, 4

HotelOrmond, :, U
.hotel, new furniture, modern Im ; '
E PALSand Fronting; on beautiful Lake TITUSVILLE ANDERSON & PRICE.Managers. ,
Now open for the winter of 00 "
"' 's :. ; .
Indian River. ,
97. $2.00 to 3.00 per day. Specials MIAMI. .
by the week. Address "THE PALMS," West Palm Beach, Fla. Fla. ( \
Hotel t. ;
Biscayne *"j) "" ; <, "
t. '
$:1.00 per day and upwards .
J, A, WAPPERSETTEMANAOKH. *'" ,.' .

JEAN :BEACH HOUSE. r \ KE' -VEST. ::: ;

ltt tl ", Hotel Key West, ''

J ON'THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. Open All\ The Year. $...00 per day and upwards. Open all the year.

polite Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard;; Surf bathing 'Rates LEON CiLLEY, Manager. t 2 ._
lag to location of rooms. House open all the year. > .
Address Only afew minutes' NASSAU-Koaohed by Steamships from Miami. $1 + '
MRS. H. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. walk from .Railway stations '
and Steamboat land- .'
.,
SAN JUAN Harry L. Beeman; Proprietor. A ; itn + if: Ings.On the banks of the I; Send, to general offices, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of* the East Coasts. -

modern, homelike hotel, with every convenience ..., far-famed Indian River.Pischer's y
; northern white help. Write C. B. KNOTT, *. /,
Orlando, Fla. for book. Open, the year round. '
T "- General Superintendent Florida East Coast Hotel System. G,


.Cottage.SStroot --. .-.,_"_" -- -,, -
Nice family home; Pleasant location; .

Pierce, Hotel House conveniences.and furnishings No better new fishing; Modern and :: SStroot; ;, T:11'U.s'V':1iJ.o: ; : F1a.

hunting Ip the State. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinking FLORIDA HOTELS:
j. & F. M. TYLER; water.
INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet. Fort Pierce, Fla. Proprietors. Rates: '$2.00. per days special rates by the week or month. ,
Formerly of New Haven, Conn. .' CUR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor.-


OrrEJ .' IsTow" op :d' $; :t-** t.'
:. ob'NOJ.J, ; .
Hotel Granada. ,
,
MIAMI, FLORIDA. ... ,' ",J I

featly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one ': .
Hotel Royat'Palm isommandlng splendid view of Rates ,Is 'Situ.Atod.: ; ; oxx: the;
om Biscayne
; ; Bay. : Reports ,
day and upward. Special rates by week or month. 1 Plant Systeiii :
Indian River, at Eau Gallic, Florida. It Ss( one of the best 1laoes'on the East :
Coast for Doer bunting, Duck and Quail shooting,'both salt and fresh water fish.. .. .
'iJ ing., And all kinds of boating and surf-bathing. Is supplied with sulphur baths. '
': Has a launch making short trips to different points of Interest free of charge for
l l! 2'2 1 .... use of guests. Rates: $2.00 to $2.fiO per day; Special rates by the week. .
r: I> ..
= .8 o &...: ;GLEASON BROS., Managers. Tampa Bay ,Hotel, rampa, !Fla. ', t(,, t ,.

.
1 1 Bj"s'o +I'Ii'
S r ,a a"l>o c .
:; 'Casino Swimming Pool. '
1 I
-
1I. ) iF ..il!hr Zlori11c.Willa: : ,.. Theatrical Auditorium. ,. '),
N)4 ,
a-B I- Bowling Alley. Attached. :; ,
I. "! dCdbq Rates, $A.)0() per dny and upwards:,,, ''.'!; '
z0 S 00py1. =0. St. George Street, D, P. HATHAWAY, Manager.,' v..' \ "
'i. -
# 9::5."ci-g.. "S"g ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. o '
"
..... J '
:;:; "" Hotel Belloview Bclleair Flu.- .<
r &'.=. Is located In the center of the ; ,
..4 : 'hli hd! :! ; i! city, midway between the postomce ". i' *

!" cOI and City Gates. Its sur .. Rates, $3.RO per day: and upwards' ''* ., y
I g\.h:\ : r < W. A. BAR-RON Resident '
; Manager:
:\ roundings are exceedingly picturesque ; (
'\ ; : :. I [ 1 ,, the grounds being unsurpassed .

,. r ..1'I ..\ ':;n:..;.;.".9=t 0 I'' by any. private hotel In The Inn, Port Tampa Fla. .', t
.... I
f Wr B S a mqd; 'r the city. s .
I : -st lgQSQ' 2: i ; '' Rated : nnd ) .1' '
.1.00 upwards: ,
.' g, per day ( '
; 14. eosrV ::.. :1' .. ......... Terms:-$2.00 per day. J. U. :MUKDICKResident Mannger. \ s
"" Orf
9:
<02-5"
II 8..b& 'o\ ; Special Rates by the week. '
; j I. dss :,' \ I iI
: I Hotel Kissimniee Kissimmce Fla. V (
I. Electric Bells, Hot and Cold. \ ( 'f> I
-e'"pJCI '
Baths. 1
/-. .. e Rates ia.no day nnd upwards. .
BUTLER .
".c) i v {i < Mrs. J. V. Hernandez. & Son.. D. I Resident Manager.

.
,:l :..h *

I' "iif"! "' ,. oi The Ocala House, Ocala, 'Fla. :

,g .
z '
t The Inn t Rate. $3.00 per day and upwards. .
3.JJiftiIt Holly :+ P. IT., BROWN, Resident Manager.

i w $ : -- ..-- -.-.---- -. ..-.-........ ---">- -

8;;;:.,, ,!I .
:Daytona ', Florida.: :: : Opened
CL : :! m : The' Hotel PlaoideJACK8OIJVILLK EJ4-
',1 I too ..0:1..... lannary Uti "'
,
II : ii alsI Situated on the. banks of beautiful Halifax: River, which I Is .unsurpassed FLORIDA. t 4
:'e88Or : '
I Pt ;, :ii t'3 for Boating and Fishing.! < ", ., / In the center of the city, on :Main Street, the dividing line between east and w..'' '"/ '

) iir u. Good Bicycle Excellent Table. t, Carriages- moot all trains.t ". one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. rM ,j
Roads* ,
t' Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meotf all,train, Terms: 'J.oO: per day sad
1 Oi:; : Rates. ::-From $2.50 per day. .., upwards. Special rate by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor. >:*! }
5ftilJ "
L } !! '
: I>oii.ll..iii! liiI S Special by week or month., '

***. :EEO:" wm 9; The New ,Hotel Elliot

Swannarioa.' .
The -
irk .
Cottager ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.,

ASHEVILLE, N., C. Seminole Hotel *! Cor., Bay and Bridge Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA., e' I
Nearest hotel by five blocks to union depot. Rates-Rooms 60, 7Bc, $1, "$i.11& .t- '
'Beach ..Florida i and tJ: per day; with board/ $2, $hfiO, $3 and $3.60 per day Special: rate by .
I THOUGH modest and unobtrusive, week: or month and for large parties. Overlooking 8t. John River. Newly and
,Ite Hotel Royal Poinciana) there Is no better conducted hotel in OPEN ALL THE -YEAR. elegantly furbished! ; all modern improvement;,two blocks of unlou, depot,,'Clrd*' .+
Aaheville. The popularity of The Swan- WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA. S. H. Wharf and postofflce.
nanoa Is due to Its unique location, Its J. E. T. BOWDEN, Proprietor and Manager.,

the Lake Front.. Verandas- homelike atmosphere, the excellence of This hotel is substantially built of brick,.and lias every convenience. Close to ,____ ._" _, o_ ,__ ,__
king beautiful Lake Worth, its cuisine and its very moderate prices.' the railway depot. Free buss to and from trains.' Boats attached to the hotel "
$2.60: ,per day. Liberal weekly rates. with,fishing tackle'on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $:-.1.00 per day andupwards

,OO to-t3.. ,per day.. R. R. RA WL. .. ; special rates by the week or month. ).I. J. BOYCE, Travelers' 'Hotel {
1 GEORGE ZAI'F, Proprietor., Manager.IAiTOi1iT6USEJ". ,
: Special rates by the We'ek.M. Central,'on street car line Prop. "

J. YARBOROUGH, ABHBVJLLE, 'N. c/ -- Bay Street -." Jacksonville Fla.


Proprietor. PINE FOREST I INN, .. ; I This 'Hotel is now) under management, S


lat o.e of.ne_ I: Summervllle, S. C. ,L D. j. JONES, Proprietor. and has been thoroughly ,renovated throughout.
,the Door-In the,lady of the ft ,

4 NOW OPEN FOR GUESTS. all Trains and Electric Cars loon Bath rooms and all
Bus meets
,
Rates Terms to pass }
I'm wan of thin, sor.-Bo. $2.00 per day, Special floor .
ript. X first-clans Winter Resort In every Conveniences on every '
respect. Electric Lights, Elevators 'and Q p Families. ::: .A.11 "the :,Your. s

all other, convenience modern improvements and pleasure. for A comfort floe- ; la ..-.I Rate*>-American Plan, $2 to-$41.60.- European, 600 to $l. Special by the week. N

r Bicycle. Track has been added to the 1 Two Minutes Walk from Central Mrs.. FIN I-EYf Proprietress. .

many other attractions. Tbe climate of __ .
.0 -- i -- -- -- ----
Summervllle Is unsurpassed. Situated Depot..CHATTANOOQA.
on the South Carolina A Georgia R'y., :
twenty-two mile. from Charleston S. C. .4C.1 TENN.THE'BUCKINGHAM f HOTEL VICTORY *
For circulars or any information wanted

address W. M. IIAIOHT, Manager, :.. ... '
PUT-ffl-BAY 1SUHO Like Erie 0.,
Summervllle, 8. C., or Alcazar; and Ponce de Leon. i ... -, ,
1!. W. \V AGE "ER 4 CO., Proprietor., :New Family Hotel.' Extensive grounds. I + The largest and most' complete Sam- '?;%f

Charleston, S. C. Large rooms. Kate reasonable. f'itf; _....:;d mer Hotel In the UaJte4 States.. 1"Mr( ,

aan Tim--I see ,by de paper St. Augustine Fla. r OEO. C. HOWE. I. /,.,"' ZAv':i: : ,II '. ," Thousand .Electric lights.; hot and ..1J': #,

bad Stwldr Mike "goin "to def : WANTED FAITHFUL HEX 'oa water baths: elevators; eto. All the convenience of a flrst. las*modern city hotel."" t
to travel for responsible Six hundred elegantly furnished rooms. Auditorium that will seal 1.SCO people.Vlmt .'
nNmd IM night? ,, 'established home In Florida. Salary Location the City. Directly .....orelMt.co ac ru.mn.le l.,hop,feiniuris.'bowling.....".n4 B.ph'b'JwawolM' .
BlowhanYev I bad him'dat $780 and Position HOTEL GRANADA'I3ng Ponce de row.boat.,dr/rtaR.Ste IUM.aijO to III per S.r I f14.11O"...*.Vff _*.' llrS*J't..*?"'1 t
/expeiiae to Leon.
/ main entrancein ....... .. .
yooad, but ha staid tow.i boa......,Iet.-lot rtt-li-fliy IMrtrolt.teadnikr.C. .T'role.to* ata. -Yovitot
: ( .
ent. Reference. Enclose permao.l & $uo and upwards per day. tickMi lot..,.tor all taltaoMM'Writ' *fof booklM. Will onm July I, 1M.,,rot particulars .4-4 ,;
i col. la d*la* wcrd-H w-. The ... .. '
stamped envelope. WACiizNnusMr dues H UI Vletnry C Tal lot Okto., Attr Js lOta,mVlBiw. (>tb. '
Inaor&nce Bid;.,_Chicago. St. Augustine.."'Fla.. PlOp .L. tU. VAUM..rn lumt*' > .; WAtTBtt AUUnH. xauiN. ,,

.. $ .
r'f
.

t S .. -w,4
r L
1 I .. f '-..

,' 1w
41oLl ; Ai
... t
;1 .f
rYr '!' ,

'. -t.....,.iJIti..'.". \, .. i.... .
,. "
,, :!.': "' : I,{ '
!itA .X.JJJf ,



.... ,.....'....,. ..-. "T..... ". ."I.. ',.... ::it. .. .\\TW'1':': '1I!!' (.,:.r'!'''
.. '
.. ." ': ,). .
:
'
< ,
:. :. : :
\ \
"

!it .. .
,, .
'i"'i"it t ..

! I .

' I '

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATJ; APRIL US, 1891. .
1b. -
.
R I ----- -- -

v \ ROBBINS ft (iKAHAM
t
THE 00

TIle New-"Woman.Rncksby ", ,' ::. ,
*
"
*
,baby your mamma baa gon She I.out on a canon,and will Iw till d..n.luoki ," ,' Paid Up Capital 2500000.
She baa worn papa'.trouMrs and in them

x queer; ,baby papa ls here. REAL ESTATE
So biubaby your LAW LOANS
,rF N.. ,
Rockaby baby your mamma' a terror
1 1 aly for
three conventions, declared
t Sh nun run < '
their feller.Bb .
I. nest on the straddle,way up on the vote;I list
of
Bo biunaby,baby,your papa's a.'sots' f.. We have for sale a large! carefully)

Rocfcaby,baby,the 4'.bee' are clean: Indian River Properties.Agents
... selected
done svrnbblnK.and put on the baa. .
Papa's
Model Globe Gasoline E g1ne.
lei 1897 Your mamma I*late nhe seems always to lag i
Florida
But hearen help papa If she oooie with a"jag." +, r ra for Sale of Lands of the Coast l'

"Bo roc"'bybi.b1: ,I'm clad yon ean't talk I"G,: : Canal and Transportation Co.
for a
and went
1 For your papa got; lonesome :

) ) D He,was walk met[ by a widow' ,a reirnlar dream, .CAN'AL X.AIOTI3.
And your papa's a dandy-but not on the scream

80 bWlbab,.,baby, flirting' Is no sin. Florida Southern Railway Jacksonville ,Tampa 4 Key; West Railway Cob
Your daddy was tempted,she tickled' his. chin' ; Lands Disston Company's.' LodiPriced Loan end Investment Co,
I She was plump,so pretty so nee*and so trim Ibaebaby our and other Lands
Bo ,baby,your dad's In the swim. r -..-

O Miami Fla.,April 12,1807. United States Senators Write for. Descriptive Price.List of Carefully! ; .Selected Propertlei.

Pineapple Slips For Sale. E. P. Ward (Bradford), an amendmentto Titusville. Florida.
Change of Schedule. -' the Revised Statutes relative to Issuing
Porta Rica, Abakka, Golden Queen to State officials.F. ---
passe
The Florida East Railway madea beet varieties, for sale at ,reasonable W. Pope (Duval), .' bill Imposing, ..
price Apply employees; a bill IclURRAY Carriage and
change In their schedule on Wednes toA.. GOLD, penalty for coercing' P. B.
for employe
it a misdemeanor
train leaves Jacksonville making
southbound
day. The at 0:20 a. m. and Tltusvillo at GOMEZ: Indian River, Fla. to surrender any right/ of citizenship and; .4 IQ A Wagon
bill to Incorporate the Driving
23 p. m. Northbound the train leave a
Miami at 5:00., m. and THniivtlle at Choice Pineapple Plants. I State Fair Association; a constitutional Commissioner BAIE B, fl aDealenln
'If. 13:53, arriving at Jacksonville 839 p. m. amendment making County
V _-- Abbaka's, Queen'*, Porto Rico' and elective; a bill fixing the .without
k'' Stationary and; Marina IKto 12* n. P. The Smooth Cay<<,nne'* for sale; from Win- Duval county solicitor at $1,600
k' .,...,ntnnt Rallabla,Hoonoinloal ..,j.l Durablaro..er .Easter Egg Hunt. delta Plantation Lake Worth. None fees. Dump Carte Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts,etc,,
tor Launchm. Auxiliary Power for introduced yesterday
yanhu and buiilnow boats,and where stationary but the finest shipped. John Stockton the and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE. FLA,
amendment, changing Main
power u required.BK.VJ. There will t>e an Easter egg hunt on Joint HESBY, constitutional
: W, JEROMK the ground of Mr. Wm. M. Brown for Melbourne Beach, Fla. legislative session from April to February
Sole Representative fur Manufacturers In the the children of St. Gabriel' Sunday and Mr. McCreary brought up one
' I ant of Florida. BOCKLKDOB, FL.a. School, on the afternoon of Easter Mon- providing for the election of County
QfCataloKUM and prloes on application.MILLINERY. day April 19th at three p. m.All To Pineapple Growers. Commissioners.. Eor' WagonsOf
members of the Guild and Church The feeling against the convict lease

are cordially Invited to be present, with, Orric: INDIAN RIVER LAKE ) system I* likely to take definite shape
or without their little one' WORTH ProKAPFIJC:GKOWEES' > this session. Chairman Bennett, of the '. All :Kinds,
Anyone having egg to furnish for this ASSOCIATION, ) Good Roads Association Is here, and a
... occasion are requested to send them to bill permitting counties to bid for the also General
.COCOA, FLA., April 14,1807. be Introduced. The subleasing Buggies Carts and Harness,
Mr* T. T. Wetmore, to-morrow (Saturday convicts may ,
morning. Editor Advocate practiced under the existing :

and DRESSMAKING. ) We are placing Red Spanish pines i should system be 1s rectified.one of its. '.*chief defects and \ EcrrOLm: : :a..mP.AEEl.ENG: : : ,

A Bad Case. where they are selling and for have from $2.00 de up t Senator Z. N. Dimick Introduced a Go or send your orders to ROBT. E. MIMS, Jr",
to $3.25 per dozen strong interest to the people' ofi *
bill of great v
mand. Queen's of 24, pack and free Lake Worth. Its object is to prohibitifiebing Bicycle Sundries kept in Stock. TituBvinrBl
On Saturday morning last Sheriff from the "black-heart," will readily sell I I i
Brown brought np from Rockledge threnegroes' < at from 25 cents to 30 cents each or ,! In Lake 'Worth by' any other
named John Grant, Charlie Porto Rlco'a will fetch very I means than hook and spear. Five years
higher.
Royal and Anthony Smith and lodged i ago Lake Worth property was worth
of fancy prices. I''about $500,000))( to day it is worth $750- The NewSelden
them In jail, on a charge burning a Our shippers should1 not be led into c" .
and it will Increase much more if .
oar and load of wood on the Florida pines at this early date too green. 000.
of March. picking the fish in the waters of the lake are
East.Cout R'y. on the llth They should show alight color. The
The wood was ordered by the Cocoa Ice Association office will be opened in protected against seine" and drag-net

Factory, and owing to some fancied Jacksonville on May 1st. Until that fishermen. 4. Cypress Door Compai
Dimlek k also Introduced a bill ;}
wrong Charlie Royal hired Jbhn Grant) date continue to address me at Cocoa. I i Senator
wood and The for three the time for
I to burn up the car. prisoner I am glad to say that Indications pointto extending years
will for trial at the Circuit the completion of the Florida East
come up
market for u* the coming I
a good .A.
.1 court, about the 20th Inst. Coast Canal. The bill was referred to p ALAT A., ."
e.i'
season. E. P. PORCUKB, the Committee on Canals, and. later lathe Opened! October 1st, 1800r turned the steam on to
Steamboat day was reported favorably.The .
:
A New General Agent. Committee on Indian Affairs re- Door Sash B Bli
ported favorably on an act to prevent One of 'the Largest and Best Equipped ,
Hall order 'elicited Satisfaction Letters patent have been Issued to FLORIDA LEGISLATURE. I r to
the sale or gift of intoxicating liquors

a B guaranteed the Florida, of St. East Augustine Coast Steamship with a capitalof company moans Seminole Indians, and to provide' a and General Wood Working Plants. in the United States,
I I I a penalty thereof. ,
tfiO,000. The general nature of the
Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, business of the new company will be to Both branches of the Legislature WEDNESDAY.At And with experienced management. (covering a past experience of t
own)lease, and operate steamboat and settled down to hard work to-day, a the afternoon session the Committee rears In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confldeotly expect tbe 1
Tltusvllle. Fla. other boat between the port of Florida, large number of .blUe being Introduced on Engrossed Bills reported that the possible material workmanship at our hands: Our i production will M

i the Bahamas" Bermuda, and West Indian In both houses. During the week six sale of liquor tO'Seminole/ Indians an Doors, Sash, Blinds, ,Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glum
Inland, South and Central America; tq, ty-three bills have been Introduced In act relating to the municipality of the
For Charter. own and operate docks, wharves, and the Senate and 101 In the Uouse. Several city of Key West, an act to require taxeson ,
all things necessary for the successful joint resolution were passed in lands sold on partition tote paid out Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Expoiitln
1he fine sloop Yankee Doodld 'be operation of the business. The Inoorporator both house, providing for-the appointment of the purchase money, and the bill of .Atlanta G...,18115.
can of committees to visit the State Senator Broome In relation to fire Insur-
II. M. Flagler, J. R. Parrott,
are
anywbere bartered by between the day Ormond, week,and or month Miami.:;I A. G.Hamlin, U. G. Jerrlson,and A. V. Institutions and to examine the books ance companies,were properly engrossed.The ANI

Good 'accommodations for ladle For S. Smith. and official accounts in the'office of the State reported Committee favorably on Canals on Senator and Telegraphs E. MEG HAMMOND COMP

further write ,
.4 to
: particular, Mr. McCreary Introduced a bill pro- N. Dimick's bill granting an extensionof
f, CAPT.- GKO. Cook, Boat Race. viding for the election of County Commissioners time to the Florida Coast Line Canal
Tltugvllle, FIlL by the people; and Mr. Pope and Transportation Co.. '
A boat race took place on Indian ."bill to abolish poll tax prerequisite. PORK AND: BEEF PRODUCTS.

Guavas "Wanted.<< River, Wednesday afternoon betweenthe A bill ha been introduced In the Sen .
yachts C.litey, In command of Capt.A. ; ate with the object in view of turningover Another "Wedding. /
r. Feaster; and the Elnora, commanded to the United State governmentall On Monday last, the 12th I Inst., Mr. lammond.Ind.,; South Omaha, Neb., Chicago,
Highest cash price paid for guavas, In \ by Mr. L. Ilolllman. The route of the quarantine stations and apparatus Charles Conrad Saunders of the British Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thog..W. Dunk, Manager Jacksonville, W
any quantity, and at any station on the chosen was from the Titusvllle wharf, : now operated by the State Board island of Nassau. N. P., was married to
Bait Coast. RaIlway. Write or apply to north to the beacon and around a boat of Health. Miss Frances E. Tuttle of Miami's
one and Bellies.
Markets Lards Hams
JAB. CAR : anchored on the east side of' the river. offered Adyancing Rapidly on ,
Flat Mr. Christie, of Leon, a resolution most charming young ladies. The wedding '
,
Ormond, The distance was about four mile, and '-'
which wax adopted reql1eatlngGovernor took place at the residence of thebride'
Refer to Editor ADVOCATE. after an exciting race, In a stiff breeze order the annual write t Pr1c,
Bloxbam to mother, Mr*. Julia D. Tuttle : >rHOMESEEKERS : l .
the Clltey beat the Elnora by about 100 encampment of Florida State Troops to and the Rev. E. V. Blackman officiated.
t Naphtha Launch for Sale. yard Capt. Feaster la quite jubilant be held at Tallahassee, commencingMay The wedding was strictly a family gathering .

over his victory. 11.Chairman. with the exception of two or three
Bennett of the Good Roads The public had not been informed

'width In good Oft. Oln.condition headroom; length In cabin 31 ,feet Oft; THAT FILIBUSTERING EX- Association of Florida, arrived here as to what was about to transpireat -. .. ... .. .
; ; EXPEDITION. this afternoon In the, interest,'-of a bill the beautiful home of Mn. Tuttle.Those ,
10
draught, 30ln.; hone-power; .peed. soon to be presented, providing: :; the the .
present at wedding were: Mrs.Julia
S mile an hour; built by the Gar Power -
E Engine Co., New York.. Cot, three A little excitement was caused In this building of roads: for the utilization of D. Tuttle, Harry Tuttle; Miss
years ago, $2,226; will sell for 1,200, or ectlqn on Saturday last when It wet their convicts labor by allowing for road counties building to bid and for to Maude Saunders, of Nassau N.P.; E. A. Who are Seeking a Home in tl
; and his charming wife of Miami
Klngsley
would take In part payment a good sailboat. rumored that the band of Cubans who ;
had passed through Tltusvllle south ward compel able-bodied men, not tax-payers, Mrs. Dean and Charles Dean and Miss

.. Gao: ZAP, bound early-the day before bad been to do the work. Fannie Comstock. Adrian, Mien.; Chas. South should, nd .to the Undersign
West Palm Beach Fla. headed off by the government cruisers, TUEBDAT. Thompson and E. T. Sturtivant. On : ,
either at Sebastian or Palm Beach In In the Senate to-day the following Important Tuesday the happy pair left for Nassau,
their attempt to Join their fellow coun- bills were introduced: their future home, amid shower of rice It
DRESS GOODS. Call or end for .ample trymen In Cuba. Finding they could W. D. Chipley (Escambia),. a bill makIng and old shoes. A large'number of their for a copy of the .
of our New and Stylish Dreg not take their departure from either ()ft.be.e an appropriation to cover the de- friends were at the steamboat landingto .
Good Largest and Moet Fashionable, point, the Cubans returned hereIn Bency in the census of 1805. bid them adieu.
Stock on the Kaat Coast. their special train on Saturday morning : C. A. Carson (Orange),a bill regulating They have the congratulations of their
J. W. KHTES: St. Augucune.I and stayed until taken back by theJ. railroad schedules.F. numerous friends and the ADVOCATE: fora Florida East Coast Homeseekci 1
., T. ifc: K. Yft Ky., the came day, to Adams (Hamilton), a memorialto long life of connubial bliss, and happi
Jacksonville The expedition, which Congress for popular election of ness.
DEED the ADVOCATE blank. lOc:office.each; $'J.OO per 100, at included about fifty men and a large .

took of arm, ammunition, etc., is said
We have lands
for 1/lllDd.
to have left the metropolis.on Thursday 'A. O. GANDY. A i C. METES Fruit Growing, Trucking,. Tobacco ,G row /

ae SEND YOUR VEGETABLES and fruitto over the J., T A K.V.. R,., going to Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in the United States.

E. B. William A: Co., wholesale Orange City Junction, at which placeIt Candy Meyer A Co Apply to v ,
fruit and produce merchant, 63 South was transferred to a special trainon : }

Broad street, Atlanta, Ga. See their the Florida East Coast Railway to be mi JAS. E. I NCR AH AM Land Commissioner,
: antler
advt. on page 5. taken to where the attempt would be porn a3tion1R'oYj: I ,

made to embark. The special consisted And. Wholesale Dealers In Previsions, Fruits Produce, Apples, Cabbage, Potatoes, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'Y,
e of an engine, baggage car and one passenger Onions, Vegetable, etc. '
q 'it;ill our subscribers be good coach. ''ST. AUGUSTINE F
t enough to look at the name-and-date llp It was also stated that General Nuneswas JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We ,

pasted upon their paper or wrapper. If landed at Palm Beach pier, Friday are making specialties of handling Florida Fruit and Vegetable and if --
the date I* "181XV or an earlier ..yearthan night, by the steamer Bermuda, which cash will talk we are In position to pay you the highest market price bur your
t' that,it I*an Indication that yon are then left In a southerly direction. Hewa goods In large or small quantities as we are In direct communication with foreign 1397 Model Wheels ,
Indebted to us, and we should be gladto *at once placed under arrest by Deputy I market and can always find sale for them. Let u* hear from you as to what you In Stock : The St. Augustine Cycle I
hare you renew your subscription. Collector Curry charged with violation have In this line at which time we will submit you an offer that will enable us to Victor $100.
of the quarantine regulation by landing hold your business GANDT MEYER A: CO., .
Given from a vessel supposedly from a foreign 33 W. Forsyth St., Jacksonville, Fla. Sterling, $100. Has the best line of wheel
Away. .
without Consular bill of
port having a I Rambler $80
;
health. General Nunea was simply held and sundries in the state. '
Be convinced that Little Bros. Per tillz- In custody until noon, when be was discharged Crescent, $30, $75. ;

leer er A:I*Phosphate the beat brand Co'*.on Pineapple the market.' Fertil A West, In by whose order district of the collector Palm Beach at Key is E. B. Williams &: HVe.r'' _, Patee, $60.<< Kinds of .bicycle repair wo

ample Grower lot sent to bona tide Pineapple located. Special, $35. neatly done. -
n : taken aboard the Bermuda Augustine has
Nothing was the
from the Palm Beach pier, but ....Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Merchants,.,. beat ilcycle roads In Fla.Bt. *' F. W. BEERS Prof
Republican Meeting. the plan is understood to have been to _
take on board the men who left Jacksonville : 65 South Broad St., ATLANTA. GA. OEORO MARX. 3fASs1VI2
r last JOHN
Thursday The filibusters
evening. -
A meeting of the Republican County however,'became aware that Foreign and X>omot tioTKGKTABLKa Fruits. .
Ksecutlve Committee for Brevard R x BR.OS
t county their plans were known, and consequently :
will be held at the office of R. W. Ooode I .
they did not show when the
Melbourne, Fla., on April 27th, 1807 atone steamer arrived. up I FRUITS Wholesale Dealers In------

considering o'clock application p. ro., for for the the purpose various of The Bermuda wa overhauled off the String Beans.. Orange, ., G-xocerios: E:" :rvait nevihXod u
Femandlna bar the cruiser
poetofflce In said and by dynamite Cauliflower.OkraCelery.. BlUlaDa, tat and IN
a recommendation to county the making Vesuvius a week or two ago, and It 1* e Grape Fruit, .TAOldtfeton East gay attest sad U and..x.___Iu.et.
Congressional
Committee.All believed that General Nones was aboard Cucumber Lemon,' ie. a F'lOriONE

t. to be member present All are earnestly requested her Mr.then.U. 1C. Frltot, of Jacksonville, and Beet,Cabbage, .. Limes Peaches, OF THE OLDEST c..
application*should FRUIT THE .
bo placed la the hand of the Secretary Francis Hlpollte, of Martinique, who It Squash Pineapples, HOUSES IN,
before said meeting Is said, were connected with the expedition New Potatoes, Strawberries, .
: fUCHAfeo convene W. took dinner at the Indian River Egg Plant Grapes, TO GBOW1mS-I.et u.know what 01 Frutt and.J
GOODS, tabl... Retuu yon; ba"1D the wiq
1 $. hotel TUnsvtUe on Saturday last, and promp. aDd
Asparagus. Cocoannts. Iare.
,
Chairman Co We '
Ex. Con. Jacksonville Pew Write supply the best Seed
then left for
the :lest 1Q for
T. Hooo, Sectl.'i over BErBRKMOKSi: .KaUonal Bank.Aunts..| Ctoo.s Johnson Caadr Mrf- Atlanta,, oW' wboleaaie price Ilat of poceri... .. _
..... y.:' R Coast Uwe.C Qa.; rl'acklaCCR.o.4uaata.Ga.i O o.51.Tayiur,W.8.Ducaa A o..4&1aataua. MARX BROTHERS
\ FLArt
-
Ii'lu.
: .. JACKSONVILLE,

.
,..
1 '*)', I .

r, .....
'
kt >
I u

.... tr ; > ,

1 n a.. n ,1 l. f ,
lit''
",-"-.'.,. ....'".:. '....,-,. .,,4IjA;..;:\: TN