Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00168
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: January 28, 1898
Frequency: weekly
Subject: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River (Fla. : Lagoon)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00079909
Volume ID: VID00168
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
lccn - sn 96027113
lccn - sn 96027113
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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1. 15. ISTo. 24. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FIRIIXA.Y, O TT-AJRY $38, 1S9S. feriee,. 5 c.OCAL .

NEWS FOR ALL Kinds of Bicycles and Sundries ar BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment Mr. W. Hespenheido, >f Plttsbnig, TITUSVILLE BOARD OF AMONG THE HOTELS.WitKitK .
send to F. W. Bkeks, St. Augustine at Screven's Drug Store, Pa., who has been spending a couple of

Copies of General, Interest.rs. Fla.Mr. 'Titusville.Take weeks or so at Miami, w rived in Titus TRADE.lVrnmn to stop. S lint of hotelo
ville yesterday.A our 7th page.

Detsner is having her residence John MoAllister, of Eau Gallie, - note of tho ad. of Fountain COLLAR, NECKTIE, handkerchief, *nt OrgAnlsatlon. Read about tho ne i hotel for Nassau

ted this week.rs. is in town today.Mr. City Laundry, Daytona, on this page.Mr. comb and brush for 2.eonly, atGAitftXKK This important event for tho future on our Suit and 4th pagan.

E. L. Brady made a flying trip J. B. Terry, of the Southold T. II. Sanders, of Conitenay, & Walkkiw'. consummated benefit of our at business a meeting inteiests of tho, loading was Ail tho Florida East Const System of

)oa and return on Wednesday.r. Savings Bank, N. Y., wiites us that he has been spending a day or so In town Mr. S. W Carroll has bought out business men of the town, hold attho hotels arc now open. See page 7.As .

T. A. Whltaker of Jacksonville will soon be in Titusvillo.Mr. this week.Mr. Major Lovett's inteiont in tho giocery Opera house, Titusville, on Wednesday will bo seen by lefmilng to our 7th

r down-river points, yesterday. E. L. Brady returned to town J. O. Walton has been In Daytona linn of Lovett A Cm roll at this plaeo.Dr. evening. lion. .Minor S. Junes, page, all tho Plant System of Hotels ai

on Tuesday from Miami, where he had severnl days this week, looking F. II. Houghton informs us that Judge of the Brevard county comt, was now open.
ave you seen Mr. Sweat's new dry been staying'for a few dajs.Mr. after his interests in the Daily DaytouianMrs. owing to unfoisocn ciicu instances, ho elected peiinanent piesident of the Afternoon com arts are now given In.tho .
store near the ice factory ? Board tho of tlio town, ('apt, T,
; mayor
will bo unable attend cocoanut tho oftho
to ho horn to to grove on grounds
(til indo (junrrermnn, of Clioster Wm. M. Brown accompanied
of advt. of L. Cameron dental work before Feb. 5th.Mr. W. Lund, vice-picsldcnt; Win. M. Royal Poiiiciaua Palm Bench.Mr. .
ote change Shoals House of Refuge, was in town her little daughter. Miss Louise, to Saturday, Blown, piosldent of bank Bay Biseavuo, ,

nan, Jacksonville, on our 5th page.ev. part of Tuesday and Wednesday.Mr. Cocoa, Saturday last, to have some dental F. M Hudson, of Pino IllutT, Miami, and vi0-pi'Hiih
\V. V. Chaudoin, of LaGiange, Geo. N. Hatch, of the well work done for her.Mrs. Alk., gave us a pleasant cull Wednesday, River Miito bank, of Titusville, was popular room elotk of Hotel Uiunnnd, Is

ted at tho Titusville Baptist churchly known Aim of Pnxton ife Hatch. Rock- J. W. Mclntvro, of Eau Gallic, en route homo fiom Sebastian, whcio ho made treasurer and J. G, Bakt, manager again in his old positiou greeting the

last.r. ledge, was a pleasant caller at this office posited thjough heie Wednesday, on her had been visiting his patents.Mrs. of tho Indian River hotel and Times- many guosts who aulvo at the abovehomollko -

and Mrs. Cbas. Gillespie, of New on,Tuesday.Mr. way to Daytona, whole she went as adelogate V. Douglass, Ml** Douglass, Union und Cltl/.eii ooitespondent, was hotttelvy.

arrived at the Indian Iiiver hotel Tom Talno, of St. Lucie, after to the meeting of the Florida Mrs. and Miss IlolTinuii ami Mr. John elected permanent sect etury. The foi m l Invitations huvo been issued by the
enrollment of inviiiheis und collection
State Federation of Women's Clubs.Mr. Osterly, have left Rockledgo for Philadelphia Rifles for their annual IU1 to bit
spending a few days at Sunbeam with Masque
of tho enrollment fees resulted in
flay.Gabriel's Guild -will meet at the Judge and Mrs. M. S. Jones, leturned W. Wllsou and daughter, Miss passing through Titusvillo on such a practical enthusiastic display given at tho Casino, St. Augustine, on

nee of Mrs. A. D. Penney this (Fri- home on Tuesday, Beulah, came up from Eau Gallie yesterday onWednesday. of Intou'st that tho futuio success the night of February I Itli, Only those i
ou the steamer, returning tho samo A. Jlarelte who left hero piesmitlng Invitation* nt the door will
fternoon.NER The yacht Awixa, with Mcssis. W.II. of the Boaid Is undoubtedly assured.Tho .
McFtiilartd, Geo. G. Kailavairn and day on the train.. They paid our sauoluin Tuesday, for tho purpose of meeting her framing uf tho I iws aio under tho (> admitted ni m *fin.Mr. .

> & WALKER cut pi ices ? No.I E. L. Bradbury on board, left heie the a visit while hore.Mr. husband and sick son at Washington, supervision of Attorneys Geo. M, Hob- nnd Mrs. Fled Storry are now

I prices in their window ate regular Mist of the week, on a cruise down Indian P. J. Nevlns, of the commission returned homo yesterd ly. Slid met her bins nml I). L. Gaulden, which will guarantee snugly ensconced nt the Royal Poinciana,

y-day pi ices. Go and see.r. River. She is again In port. firm of Bernard Abel A Co., New York, husband en route, and ho said her son good discipline.Tho Palm Ueaeh, having removed their headqtiaiter i

and Mrs. C. I. Cragin, of Phila- and a prominent propel ty owner on Merritts was much better, so alio returned.We next meeting will ho held at tho fiom The Inn. wheio Mr. Goo.A. .
Divine service will be held at St.Gabilei's .
|a, have arrived at their tine winter Island, is visiting the various places beg to call tho attention of thosoof Opera lloiisoon Mondiy, the .list Inst., P. Kelsey, manager of tho Holland
' Episcopal church, Titusville, at 8 o'clock' In the Inleilm the work ofdiedging House Biauch "holds the fort."
at Palm Beach.iitor along the East Coast of Florida in the our readers iineiostcd to tho advt. on Long ,
the 30th Inst. at 11 .
un Sunday next, .a.m. Creek will bo
llaii nii begun,
Interests of his business. Ho at
Chris. O. Codrington, of the and 7 p. m. Rev. E. E. Johnson, of our 8th page of Chesebt-o Bios., whoo- and tho will call thoso Tho Indian Rlvor hotel,, t Titusville,
Miami this week.Dr. socieliiry upon
sale commission dusters In flsli and game, Is favoitto for
Cocoa will officiate.Mr. becoming a icsoit spoils
ad Weekly News, was a pleasant nor already nnteied for enrollment an ltho
at this office on Monday.r. and Mis. Ernest D. Burden and New York. The individual members of House men. Mannger Bast Ims booked sevoral
foes. Tho Opera
L. II. Cliurch, of Orlando, the Mr. and Mis, Duucan Robinson, of Boston this firm are Samuel Z. Chesehro and necessary parties within tho last few days who are
II. T. La Rousselliere left well-known and popular tiaveling Balesmau aro a jovial patty who have been Amos G. Chesehro, both of which gentlemen will lie tho peimanont meeting plaeo of having raro sport. Col. II. J, Tiffin, oftho
for Fort Pierce where for C. Stults & Co., Savannah, well and known and the Bonid.
.Monday, stopping at tho Holly Inn, Daytona, for are favorably ostiloli farm and lliickhounds Inn,
pects to spend two or three weeks.ls8 stopped over at litusville from Monday some time past, enjoying themselves stand among the foromoHt la their line tHUNTINQ at Courtonay. arrived at tho hotel dock
until Tuesday, en route to vaiious points of business in New York. Fish and AND FISHING launch from hero he started
! Budge, of Urbana, O., passed hunting, fishing, bathing and bicycling. Tuesday, by ;
south. We acknowledge a pleasant call.Supt. shippeis would find it to their Intel train for Mont mill Can Ho will
game by ,
rh here yesterday, en route tof. They are making many fi lends in Day ALONG THE EAST COAST. ,
. on a visit to her brother, Mr. F.age. W. B. Coffin and Trainmaster tona. est to givo Chesehro Bros, a ttlalconsignment. return early In February accompanied
of the J T. & K. W. K'y were by his Canadian filonds, to formally ope_
Spencer, ,
Messrs. C. E., W. A. and E. B. The members of Canaveral Club have
the Inn.It .
in town from Tuesday until Wednesdty, Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Budd and Mr.
r. and Mrs. G. E. Hill and Mr. and Woodward, prominent and well-known been having hhiiio excellent sport of late.Tho .
attending to matters in connection witli and Mrs. C, T. Page and son, of Chicago; Is stated that PuwMont II, B. Plant
C L. III11, of Scranton, Pa., will residents of New Haven, Conn., AloOArK in knowledges n present
their road. Supt. Coffin art I veil in his and Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Connor, of Tien- adorn the ooilldors of the
be greeting their many friends at arrival in town we noted In our last issue of some veiy lino ducks this week, fiom will soon
tola.he ptivate car, and gave the Advocate have been working like Trojans this ton, N. J., have been comfortably located Manager Goo. W. Morton.1'iof. Tampa Bay hotel, Tampa, with the fi

office a pleasant call. week, getting their flno sloop Flora in at Daytona for a while punt, Tuesday J. M. Lidlin of Xew Ymk has beautiful and Interesting diplomas of a
Indian River Band, of Titus- Messrs. Conner, Budd ami I'aire Hrilvedat number of dllTeiout societies of fii
Miss Leila Anthony, a former bright readiness to take a cruise down Indian been shooting tlds week, nnd killed nearly patrlotio
treated our citizens and visitors to and well known young lady resident of Ri ver. Titusville, and Immediately started ona 101 ducks. The Professor who Isesiillng which he Is a member. He is descended
' their delightful open-air concerts visit of hunting trip, semiring qulto a number from Colonial and Puritan stuck for
after some
this place, paying a tho end of the wharf
rlday night.x. weeks to her at West Palm Sir Wm. F. Haynos Smith, who has of ducks mid quail. Yesterday, I lie former railway headquarters eight generations, his nnoestors having
parents I'llusvllle this is a giand
just resigned as governor of tho Bahamas of theso routined to says all
spoilsmen defended tho St. In
of Ueorgo
Cbas. A. Maurice of New York, Beach also to filends in Titusvillo for liutttois.In cross
' train returned to her home at Georgiana on N. P., to occupy a more lucrative Daytona, and from there thov will go to wars of tho Bi 11 ish colon lus, and have been
"'passenger on yesterday's en position as Commissioner of Cyprus, Fort Mycis and Si. PoterHbnig. Mr. and our olllce may now bo soon a photograph on the sldn of "Old Glory" slnco It first
to Miami and Nassau. He is aof Saturday last.Mr. was expected at Palm Beach yesterday, Mrs. Pago and son left for Palm Beach of tho big natch of ilium llsh rocntly floated. Thoy wore among tho founders I IIt

Col. W. G. Wlnans, of Eden.rs. D. S. Hutchinson, of Yardville, to spend a few days with Mr. II. M.Flagler. the samo day. We acknowledge a pleas, ( made by Messrs. J. J. White, ofRocklodge ot Amotion, and have helped to build,

M. Dey-Card and daughter, N. J., has nearly completed his novel Sir William Is on his way to ant call from the above gentlemen while ; nnd Wilna Colo, of GiandRiplds stono by stone, this templo of liberty and
Zora, who have been camping on sailing craft, which has this week been England, where Lady Smith and daughter in town. Mich., to which wc-ioferrod In equality fiom tho very foundation.
plantation near Fort Pierce, will anchored in front of the Indian River are now residing. last week's AnvooAlK, Among tho societies President Plant and

rn at West Palm Beach for a few hotel. He will soon start on a cruise Major II. J. Tiffin returned to his Wreck of n K t Cuwat Train. Miss Oracu Fiu-ktor, one of tho Palm his son, Mr. M, F. Plant, have Joined byllneago
t south, and says he may go as far as Key ostrich farm at Courtonay on Sunday 1 loach lint's popular nml chin mtiig y jung of their ancestors, are Einplro

[r. Henry J. Eager, of II. J. Egger West. evening last, after a short business trip Our West Palm Beach concspondent guosts, is becoming quite nn adept ntfishing. State Society of S. A. R., Paul Jones

, Miami, spent from Saturday unmday Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, our prominent to New Ot leans, where be went to look writes us as follows: Among other fish recently hauled Club of S. A. 11 Society of Colonial
in town with relatives. Ills and progressive fisherman, returned on after a sugar mill to grind the cane on Another ten I bio wiock on tho F. K. C.R'y. In hy lior, your correspondent was In- Wars of' Now Ilnnipslilie, Now York
funned that Miss Facklur landed a lUlb.gi of the Order of the Founders and
rous friends here were pleased tom Monday from the Fisheries Congress his sugar-cane* plantation. On Tuesday ., about :i miles noith of this plaeo, Society
again.r. held at Tampa last week. While there the major started for Montreal, Canada, occurred Tuesday night to the passenger ou per, i Patilots ot Amotion.Ilnjitl .

he read a paper on "The Fish Industry and expects to return hore about the tiain, which is due to arrive hero at H:10p. : Fort Pierce is also a good place to PlacUlo, Jackson villo. This popular
[ George II. ITowes, of Braintree, of the East Coast," which was listened first or second week In February.Sir. m. This wrock is almost a duplicate spend ii few days fishing. On Sunday house Is under new rnanigoment this

, Creek who is expects spending several the friends winter toon atle to with much interest by thdse in attendance. Henry Blosse, ye knight of ye of the one which happened not over live Mr. Flunk Tyler, Engineer Bean and year, and deserves even gi cater patronage

the, East Coast about the first Emerald Isle, left Monday for Rockledge. miles north of this latter ono some time Captain Haunclors wont fishing, and managed than In Its successful past. The present

in February. Attorney Geo. M. Robblns spent the He left behind him a vacancy the last of July, except this time tho engine to haul in IMMhs. of. Spanish mack proprietor, Mr. John S. llowoti, is awellknown
and train lie on tho oast sldo of tho erel. Jim Russell and UenJ. Souey also hotel having been In
first part of the week at Miami, attending that cannot be filled easily, In more
resident Geo. F. Miles, of the F. C. to law business. This firm has some than one sense of the word especially as track and before it was on the west side. made a catch of ((13 libs.Messrs. charge of the Suwaneu Sptlngs hotel

& T. Co., St. Augustine, arrived in fine pieces of property for sale at a cheap Sir Henry stands six feet three and one- This time it was not on a trestle, but on W, II. Peters and A. M. Merrlam through the season of 1HD2-D.I. Later he ii

Tuesday, and boarded the steamer rate on the East Coast. If you are thinking half inches without his shoes. Thoso regular roadbed. A number of West who liuvo been on a hunting and was associated with the management oftho
bastlan the same day for a trip of making a purchase of land or a who met him once were ever his friends, Palm Beach peoplo visited the scone of fishing trip, arrived hero from Daytona Everett, In Jacksonville. The Hotel

Indian River.tr. winter home, write to Bobbins & Graham and all wish him bon voyage, as he embarks the wrock within an hour after it happened Wednesday night, and left yesterday for Placid* was completed December, lHIKt.

C. F. Naething, of New York, Titusville, for one of their real soon for his estates In Mayo county, among them your coriuspondont.It tho Bannna river, They gave our ofliroa Its construction and appljitnees are all of
here yesterday on a hunting trip.ys estate pamphlets. West Ireland. Daily Palm Beach News. is miraculous no one was klllicl. The call while In town, und said that they modem design and HnUli. The sanitary
scalded and burned had killed about 'J10 ducks route toTitusville. thorough
englnoer was slightly en arrangements and plumbing ore
Gen'l. Dan Wyhe and Mr. W. J. Among those who attended the annual Editor G. E. Jennings, publisher and tha fireman Is badly scalded from his hips Tho above party are onboaid and draln.igo perfect. The hotel Isai

wood and party will be in Tltusibout meeting of the Grand Lodge of proprietor of the New York Fishing down to his anklos In tho rear. A tramp the Etta May, und report a j>leii \ ranged to accommodate both transient

Tuesday next.fr. Freemasons, at Jacksonville, the following Gazette one of the best publications of bad bis head badly bruised and others received ant outing. ami tieinianant'' guests. The furniture

and Mrs. R. R. McCormick and returned home the end of last week : Its kind in the United States arrived inTitusvillo a good shaking up. The engine Sportsmen are beginning to realize ami fixtures throughout this hotel are

/ill McCormick, who have been A. A. Stewart, Geo. M. Robbins, J. Mendel on Tuesday, as the guest ofMr. and tender aro on their sides, the engine that Titusville can give them as good new. The ciilslno Is all that could bodoslrod
ling the summer in Canada and F. A. Losley and Chas. II. Walton, Geo. W. Scobie. He had been Inattendanca almost turning herself around and heading shooting as ran bo found anywhere. and the table Is furnished witli

>f the winter in Philadelphia, arin Titusville; J. F. Wooten.IC. N.Andrews, at the International Fishery somewhat in the reverse direction to This is especially the rase with -wild the best that northern and southern
St. Augustine on Wednesday, W. G. Paterson, Cocoa; J. N. Chalker, Congress recently in session at Tampa, that in which she was going. The mall, duck and slioro birds. The bayous and markets can supply. The rooms are arranged
He to Cocoanut Grove.tr. Lotus; C. IL Stewart, T. C. Nicholson, as a delegate from New York city. Mr. express and baggage cars are almost on lagoons on the eastern shoro of tho Indian either singly or In suites, of as
Melbourne.Mr. Jennings is well posted In everything their sides the pallor and two bedrooms desired. The house
car Itiver, opposite Titusville, have recently many a*
F. Paddison of the
George one appertaining to the fishing industry, and coaches nil right on the track, It is of eastern ami southern exposure
lar members of the lumber firm ofPaddison E. F. Cooley and daughter and aro developed a liixmlous growth an,
it much to have him
gave us ploasure thought that the cause of the accident the light airy and cheer
& Co. Eau Gallie was innart Mr. Whitehead and daughter, who arllved wild celery, which make them a favorite rooms are ,
call while in town. He left Wednesday
ot and Monday of this hore from Lansing, Mich., last was the removal of the fish plates which feeding place for myriads of water fowl. ful. Open grates In nearly every room
Sunday for Jacksonville and other
points, en hold the endi of the rails together, one In tho houso. Philadelphia Press.
Mr. Paddison paid a visit to his week, started on a cruise south as far as route home. We appreciate the Manager J. G. Bast received a consignment
many of these plates being two foot from tho shells be
o while here.Lrchdeacon Cocoanut Grove and intermediate points of lOOlbs. of loaded to
grove kind Editor said about
Tuesday morning, in Mr. Cooley's things Jennings track and tho ends of tho rails sprung followed In n few days by a New York
B. F. Brown left here fine naphtha launcli Whistlewing, which the Advocate and our office. apart about half a foot. It seams to party, who will devote some time shooting The "Advocate."

Saturday for Eau Gallie, and from lias recently been lengthened by Capt. have been the Intention of whoever duck and yellow logs. Quail shooting

he went to Key West to attend the Peter Nelson, of Titus villa, who certainly WarningCheck moved these plates to wrock the train, hy hotel guosts has been unusually Tho Indian Riven Advocate is on.
oation of tho Episcopal Jurisdiction made a good job of it. and happening within some five miles of good during the last week, sale at the following news-stands, at five) .l.lU
ith Florida, which convened at St.s the wreck which occur led last July, IIKlltl> or NKW ICOCKt.EDOK.A cents per copy :
church on Tuesday. for One Hundred and Foity gives rise to some suspicions. It seems very successful fishing party, consisting Titusvillo Mrs. Kmmn Eaton.
Send Your Laundry Dollars (tl 10.00)), bearing signature ofII. almost Incredible that no one was seriously of Mr. and Mrs. Reed and Mrs. * J. B. Screven.St. .
J. Tiffin, on the Brevard County State hurt In this disastrous wreck.A the
Lake Poinsett
' Allen returned from Augustine Hotel Alcazar.
aphtha Launch for Sale.phtha To the Fountain City Steam Laundry, Bank, Cocoa, Fla., and certified, but other day with a string of 2J bass weighing Palm Beach The Inn.
Daytona, Fla., wliere first-class work is payable to my own order, has been lost.Tp .
tS.llhs.On Miami The Palm.HlntK .
launch, 30ft. long, 7ft. beam; would be and the Valuable Opportunity. Royal
neatly and expeditiously turned out. sign same forgery, Tuesday, Mr, II. C, Heywood and
I fitted with plate glass windows, Give us a trial, and you will be satisfied.E. public are cautioned against negotiating Mora brought home six bass weighing
er cushions, etc.; Gas Engine <& L. Shkah, Daytona. same. Finder will be suitably rewarded For sale in Daytona, the prettiest and A. for Sale.A .
7lbseach. I'nttlno
22lbs. The two weighed
tr Co's. engine; will bo sold at a.In by returning check to II. J. Tiffin, Courtenay best tourist town on the East Coast of largest
. for cash. toGeo. Florida handsome new house furnished .
Apply Fla. a ,
Huston, Farm? Wanted. complete. Has never been occupied. On Wednesday, Mr. Beggs and Mr.Clapham 10-horse-power Sluts engine for sale

; Cocoa, Fla.Itockledgre Has nine rooms and bath, hut and cold captured 11 bass, -weighingJ.Vlbs. in good condition; cheap for cash.
Send particulars and price at once toAxsox Seed Cane for Sale, Cheap.A water. Sanitary plumbing. Beautifully For further particulars write to

U. Russell, located 200 feet from the banks of the Messrs. II. T. Winter, C. A. Winter 11. J, SviTir,

Indian Itiver, Akron, Ohio. few thousand sugar (seed) canes for Halifax River. anil W. A. 1'attlson returned Tuesday Kuckledge, Fla.

sale, at a low figure. Address For further particulars, apply toWilkixsox evening, after a two days' hunting trip

i one of the most attractive general Fine Property For Sale. W. H. Maxwell, i on the East Coast. Yon can find Titusville, Fla. Or Daytona, Fla.Mm They brought back a bag of about
thiDg need there. Fitting outIng I. it. Anderson, M ducks, some splendid spoon bllf, teal Seminole 68ft-
you The yawl-rigged yacht, ,
Island a beautiful and the number.
Hector being
The meganza among
1014 I street N. W.,
parties a specialty. place at Melbourne, Florida, is for 82* MERCHANTS, HOTELS, FAMIlies. U. C. They were greatly pleased with their long, 2Jft. Mia. beam, centre-board. Hat
Paxton & Hatch Washington, draws 31 Inches staterooms
props.Jrapefrult desirable place- Fruit and Vegetable Growers, bottom: ; seven
sale. This is a very outing. ________
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The with large main saloon, galley, water
second to none on Indian River. eta, promptly supplied help.
Suds for Sale. comprises a hotel, dwelling Address Wm. IlrJDXn, Employment Yacht For Sale. Site of Hun Marco Hotel. closets, covered deck; every modem convenience

store and steamboat wharf; also Agent, 30 b. Main at,, Jacksonville. and thoroughly equipped
hundred grapefruit buds, one a small Tangerine orange grove, banana For sale, the auxiliary sloop yacht For sale, or would exchange for north'ern throughout; for sale at a sacrifice.

old, $_0 per 100. Also budded ortrees. and other fruits, with rare thrubbery, For Sale. Jupiter, the finest cruising boat now in property, the site of the San Marco Address Geo. Histojt,
R. A. Hardee, lawn tennis ground and artesian welL the South; 41ft. long, draft 3ft., 10* hotel, St. Augustine; is beautifully located Cocoa, Fla.
Sebastian, Fla. The buildings are all comparatively h. p.; Globe engine (under cockpit); has and contains about 3.1 acres of
and the grounds are elegantly improved. Round bottom, light-draught centerboard large cabin and stateroom, with running choice land. This Is a rare chance for
Bones Good terms.Applytoowner cat boat, 33ft. over sll< 0ft. beam? water. Yawl, silver, linen and everything anyone to acquire a very valuable piece KgAt n advertising medium, no
"Wanted.re built about one rear. Has a summer complete; now fn commission. of property. Apply toDuacxx paper on the East, Coast can bent the
.g$ r.Or cabin. Price, Worth $5,000; will sell forJ.SOO cash.Addres RoBuuo', Advocate. Give us a trial advt.,
bones and send them to the 1100.J.
tonvllle yonr Fertilizer Co., South JackHe to MnroB S. Jo-es, Titusville, Fla.j jor Williamson, *, F. D. Hr/ones, Helly Inn, and be convinced of the pink paper'*
T. Hooo Melbourne, Fla. Mlcco, Miami, Fla. Daytona, Fla. worth.
Fla. Will pay cash for them. Jas. ,

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HOTEL.Mr. DRAWN.Kallroads special arrangement made with the

Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony Outdoors Publishing Company, of New H. A. HENRY, Propriety''
From a Terrible 8oro Har Story of Influenced In This Action Because. Tork, the proprietor of the Advocatk, '
Flagler Buys the Koyat Victoria Hotel Benefited.It will for the low of *2.00, send the Wholesale and Retail Dealer in
the Case, and Her Cure."For Scalper* were ltelng price
and Beautiful Gronndn.In Advocatk and the monthly illustrated
many years I was afflicted witb magazine "Outdoors," for one year. jut. .ji. STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
Ullk leg,and a few years ago It broke out former Issues of the Advocatk we is not generally known that on the This Is an exceptional opportunity and

have referred to the fact that Mr. II. M.Flagler 1 HI of this month the railroads of without
In a sore and spread from my foot to myknee. ) day should be taken advantage of Write or call for our Cash Price List which
J suffered great agony. It would was a prospective buyer of the this State wltbdiew the sale of mileage delay, as this special offer will hold good will PleaseTcrj

burn aud itch all the time and discbargea Itoyal Victoila hotel, owned by the government books on all roads running in this State, for a short time only. To those who already 102 Main and 3.1 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FUOEOKO

great dual. My health was good with oMhe'Dahama Islands, and situated and a perfect howl is going up from "Outdoors receive the"Advocatk will be sent the for magazine 75cents. Telephone No. 255.
the exception of this sore. I tried arrest at the Nassau. The following and other Inested ,
capital meichants, tiavellngmon Make all remittances to Clias.II. .
many kinds of stilve, bnt some would news from the Miami correspondent individuals. Walton, Titusvllle, Floiida."What MARX. joun marx"
Irritate tho sore so that I could hardly
of the Times-Union and Citizen Indicates The reason for this action, so far given,
stand tho pain. I could not go near the
flro without suffering iutensily. Someone that the purchase of said pioporty is that too many books are in the hands Weak nerves Indicate deficient blood.

sent me papers containing testimonials of has been consummated : of ticket scalpers.As Nervous people llnd relief by purifying -Wholesale Dealers In
their blood with Hood'sbaisupailllu
cures by llood s Bnrsaparilla, and I told Mossib. Flagler, P.tirott, Knott, Parsons a result of this decree, the Travel eniichiug, the great nerve tonic.Hood's G-ioceiiGS aruLlt sind. lE=>
my husband 1 would like to try tills medicine and other officials of tho Floiida ers' Trotective Association met last a rod.va.c

lie got me a bottle and I found it East Coast Hallway, steamship lines and week at the Windsor hotel, Jacksonville, 131 and 133 Kost Itay Street and O and Newnan Street,

helped me. I kept on taking it until my hotels, returned to Miami on Fildaymorning. to formulate some action, whereby the with Hood's Pills Saisnpaiilla.are the only Cuieall pills to liver take r ,olg.is c>xx-xrAXloy i JTMorici

limb was completely.healed. I cannot While In Nassau they weie situation can bo effectively dealt with.Col. ills.

great praise Hood's benefit Barsapurllla it hut been enough to me.for the It not idlo. Mr. Flagler, purchased the U. E. Day, of the Florida Railroad ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CIJWe

Itoyal Vlctoi lit hotel and J A. Association invited to be at
propeity, was present
cleanses tho blood of all impurities and FAITHFUL MEN OR
leaves It rich and pure." Mas. Anna E.Eaken McDonald, his builder, was left at Nassau the meeting, and he suggested that the WANTED to travel for responsible are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and fowpft

Whittlesey, Ohio. to take measurements and draft matter be brought to tho attention of the established house in Florida. Salary guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. iv r.
Give tilal and will B
Oi and Vegetables. us a you bo pleased.
You can buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all plans for a now hotel to bo built on the Railroad Commission officially In the $780 and expenses. Position permanent.Reference. your anges

druggists. Be sure to get only Hood's.M site of the Itoyal Victoila, to be known form of a petition, requesting that the Enclose self-addiessed MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
National fetal
stamped envelope. The ,
I nillr. Br" tl10 'aforite family as tho Colonial. rallioads again allow the sale of mileage Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan2,07!)
nOOCl S r'HIS oiituurtlo. l'rlceMo. The woik of tearing down the piescnt books.

hotel which is nearly forty veins' old The petition is now In circulation and
Educate Your llowels With Cnscarets. The Reneke Hardware Co.
THE RELIGION OF MARRIAGE.BY will begin as soon as the present season Is being generally signed by traveling Candy Ciithurtle, euro constipation forever.IOo .
closes not later than May 1st. Mr. McDonald men and merchants. ,i c. It C.C.C.fall, druggists refund money. .

will woik a laige force of men This action of the railroad, if enforced,
throughout the spiing, summer and fall, would prove disastrous to many traveling

[Continued from last issue.] and the new hotel will be ready for business men, who are paying their own expenses ALEX NKAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. We carry a Full Line of Shelf

before the opening of the next and who will b unable to stand NEAR & TAYLOR
Love In the essential of marriage and ,
tourist season. the extra cost of straight fares. Graniteware Tinware & Woodenware
) without tliU it is unwoithy of tho name. (Successors to John McAllister.) ,.
The grounds now occupied by the Itoyal Just what the result will be cannot be

Love is Its solo sacinmont. Its religion Victoila are located in the heart of surmised, and great influence will be Artesian Well Contractors
is tho bond of luclproclty lovo for lovo 5rjrj* Mechanics Tools a Specialty.
; ,
the city of Nassau, on an eminence commanding brought to befar to have the railroads

duty for duty, chastity lor chastity. Asocalled an excellent view of the city, rescind their action in the matter. EAU GALL1E. FLA.
maulage without religion is nomarilage ,
the harbor, and the sea. While the site

but a sli.ini, n meaningless is spacious, embracing neaily an entire Ilverjbotly Knows
all the
though bishops and
In Christendom block, additional ground has been pui- Or ought to know, Is that health and 'Winchenbach, Manager. F. M. Burst, TreaiiJ
archbishops assisted atit.
chased, so that theio will be an abundance even life itself depends upon the condition
Time Works Wonders and Herein
Mercenary motives destroys Its of room. of the blood. Feeding, as it does, ,

sanctity, and render It naturally null Since the consti notion of the Itoyal all the organs of tho body, it must bo This Fact is ClearlyDemonstrated. FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS!

and void. Yet in all guides matches rich and pure in order to give piopernourishment. .
Victoria In the
early no elToit Hood's
made fiom these and
aro called has been spaiod in decorating the makes the blood pure, rich and nourishing A few j ears ago Dr. IHON and BHASS CASTINGS.
marriages. Every day tho papers tell usof grounds, and in consequence to-day they and In this way stiengthens the Vincent came to Florida

man logos that havo been "arranged," are among the most beautiful In the citj. nerves, creates nn appetite, tones the and begun.practice In less than byadvertising. General Repairing Promptly & Accurately Dot
as If any real marriage could be arranged. stomach and builds up the health. Hood's a week he was the most
Immense trees, known only to tropical Sarsaparilla wards off colds, pneumonia 'talked about" man in
What can their be misery
or the divorce Bcqucl court ? ,Every except manly climes, cast an Inviting shade, and flowerbeds and fevers, which aie prevalent at this the were 8 asked ate. by physicians their patients Iron Building Columns, Shafting, TulleyB, Hafc-
attract Uie eye on all sides. With time.Do. what theythought
man and womanly woman must needs about this I>r. Vincent. and Boxes In Stock.
a modern hotel on the site, and with such Clinging to the teaching Sash Weights and Grate
feel as old not frequent crowded or badly ventilated
Warney says:. of decade and
beautiful surroundings, theio oan be a ago Saw Mandrels of all h
assembly rooms or sleep in close the
' looking upon new
r.et And pennants thrive ninrte their mnrriugen, nothing to be desiiod to make one's stay apartments. coiner as a sort of an interloper Bars a Specialty.
at penulvaiiture, Furnished.snoAn .
I love for love, no ftontle heart at the Colonial in Nassnu a continual ,tho their reply "HeIs was
Mlioulil always came:
fancy by indenture.
pcilod of contentment. Don't Tobacco Spit anil Smoke Tour Mfo Awsr.To an advertiser, and yon
How of our best women In feudal can't expect him to be much on that account." -. iuexxjXjs;.
many The people of Nassau, awake to the quit tobaooo easily and forever, be magnetio. How wonderfully things have changed in a few
times sought refuge In leliglous vows fultof life, nerve and vigor, take No ToJluo short months. To-day there ts not an bonest Telephone 102. Office and Shops atJEnd of Viaduct in Kiierf
fact that benefit follow
great must the the wonjor-worlier. that makes woolc men practitioner in the city, but who will pay that
from disgusting or oppressive man I ages? continuation of the present excellent strong. All druggists,60o or It. Cure guaranteed. Dr. Vincent lias certainly cured many of the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.C .
How many abstain to-day without flying Booklet and sample free. Address worst kinds of chronic cases. But it is not the
steamship service for passengeis, mail, Sterling Kemedy Co.. Chicago or New York physicians who are supposed to know of all
to nunneries because
of tho unequal and these cures. On where you will throughout the
freight and the
purposes, construction city or State and you will hear of these eases.At .
of the marriage system which of a hotel of more than 400 rooms the same time, Dr. Vincent does not claim tobe 3. m m S l ttlv & coDF"l2ao
exact ao much from our sox, and permits your lungs are weak, adopt an out Infallible. He sometimes fails,but when he
and equipped with all modern conveniences of doors occupation, so as to live in the does, the chances are that there is no hope tpr DKALEliS IN"Wines
so much to the other ? Who can reflect lent Mr. air.To the cuse,no matter where he goes. In all cases
on the appaling amount of enfoiced Flagler eveiy possible open lie asks but a fair anil Impartial trial. That Isall. vxa.cL Ijica.u.oii
maternity aid, and will do. everything In their .
of the millions who Cure Constipation Forever. SPECIALTIES!
010 morally 417, & 410 IT. liny St.,
make tho
co-partnetshlp just Take Cascnrets Candy Cut hart la loo or 2Sc. C4.TARRU anil all CIIKONIC DISEASES of
physically outraged under the sanction formed pleasant and profitable to all If C. C. C. fall to cure, druggists refund money the Eye, har, Nose,Throat, Lungs, Heart, Stomach JACKSONVILLE, '. FLfl
of law and man(age customs, without Liver, Howels, Kidneys, Bladder, Ner\es,
allconcerned. Skin lind Mood C'hronio Ulcers (old sore tec),
shuddering at such enoimous cruelty ? WANTED AGENTS."The Cancer, Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro RICH blood.WINES Don't create make good the,mien riti
Where is the cf cele anil Piles guaranteed cured without using thy
religion when
mariiugo becau
We would esteem the favor If our the knife. Rheumatism, diseases peculiar to buying sour poor \tine *
Confederate Soldier in the Civil nun
Is It has
It a
delloito and lmmatiuo maidens and Private
women of both
loaders when women Diseases sexes, are
wilting or calling upon War," contains 500 piges 12x1(1( inches, given special attention.No ereeable effect upon the } M .<
aio aubjectod to tho brutalities of male our advertisers to purchase merchandise, and over 1,100 huge battle scenes, portiaits charge for consultation. Fees always reasonable. giMil wine is really not ex|>en>miclves

lust and tyranny without help or null ens, etc, would mention the Advocatk. maps, etc. The greatest and largest Special rates for mail treatment.DR. satisfied you feeling.that pulleu-togeuier

and aro compelled to bear childien War Uook ever published, and the W. T. S. VINCENT, Specialist. tCST" We make a Specialty of VrtlfinMountain
That friendship should bo able to that Mohawk Block,cor. Ray St Market Streets, W w Corn WUMl
endme only one docs justice to the Confederate
against their will .
even though their Jacksonville, Florida. years old, S2 60 per gallon.Iarties
health or lives bo sacrificed by It ? If silence without suspicion is the soldier and the cause he fought Hours: 9 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 4 & 7 to 8 p. ; living In l ry Towm r
for. wanted to Bell well to order from us, atlieui <
mil est touchstone of'its sufficiency.Lowell. Agents everywheie Sundays 3Jo to 5 p. m.only. .
splendid position demands Inheritors by this book on our now and easy plan. BO per cent,on all orders.ty

any means whatever; if meioonary natures Many of the lady and gentlemen agents We will Always not send new money accountisultable with(-
aro willing to "marte their marriages who are at woik are making from $."><> to WANTED FAITIIFUL MEN OR Jacksonville open reference"No
Hall's Hair Renewer rendeis tho hair $200 per month. Veterans, son* and to travel for responsible Goods sent C. O. V toprf,V
; If some must tairy only bocause established house In Florida. Agent for Indianopnlla Hi**
lustious and.silken, gives It an even daughters of Veterans, and others interested Salary *
and Bottlers, lndlanar
they "burn; yet let not all bo classed color, and enables wonen to put it ina are requested to send for a boautifal $780 and expenses. Position permanent. Brewers
alike. Thoro is still n large propqrtionof gieat variety of styles.I up illustrated descriptive circular (free) Reference. Enclose self-addressed Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.25 per case j Clayton AlRussell Wild Cherry Brandy, *4 per f

and terms to Addiess stamped envelope. The National Star
true men and women, whd unite from agents. Courier- ,

mutual esteem and their religious instinct. don't meddle with what my friends Journal Job Piinting Co., Louisville, Ky. Insurance Bldg., Chicago. SAW AND PI.ANINO MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TAItl),

Lot marriages, then, be graded believe or reject any more than I ask Pnlatha, Flu. B. Bay St., Foot of C lM

and classified to suit all soits, and then whether they are llch or poor. I love

all will know what to expect. We shall them. Lowell. CLARK LUMBER CO. WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY,

not require honesty from tho dishonest, ..

nor sympathy from, the unfeeling, auy. Manufacturers ofN.

more than we look 'for giapes from In New York

thorns, or figs from thistles. Har tor, a ago short a baby while was ORANGE MILLS, (Near Palatka) FLORIDA.Firstclass Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath;

sale, love, aro each a motiveof union. born in jail. Its ,
Building Material true to dimensions
Let mother beinir asrepresented.
us not attempt to sanctify all these was -
tried for A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, &"
A fine
with the same ceremony, if ceremony !L murder Every stock of Lumber can be forwarded to any
lath and Cfmouldings
pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments.
there must be but womanly heart
to give a suitable and part of Florida at short notice.Wiito .
of all *
distinctive Rives a throb ofirPf patterns a specialty.
one to each. Then, by admiration
of the*loftiest, the basor forms thought nympathy of the atKJ for prices, or call upon our Seabreeze (Fla.) agent, When at home, write -us for prices; when up our way, come and see o*

will die out. Then religion in * blight upon the
mariiago -
poor little S. DAYTONfV .
will become all-impoitant. Mothors will baby's life. But

loarn again to pray for the advent of a baby need not W. B. DAWSON
be born in jail I Invite Attention to ,
their babes for your my Complete Stock of
as a crown of glory, and to be unfortunate.

to bear the whisperings of lnspirod and Any baby Wholesale and Retail
hoavenly visitants saying, "Hall, thou welcomed into 4-

that art highly favored Messed art this world witb

thou among women, and blessed is the and loving hearts Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware Granitevtare WINE &
ready hands
fruit of thy womb." i< unfortunate. doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream LIQUOR
Any mother who freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden tools
riue l la physically weak and Incapable of bestowin plows and harrows, paints and oils, Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry nettina
*|>|> s In Dipt her l jr a healthy constitution upon her baby and barbed wire,

may darken Its future with weakness and 1 19 West Bay St. Jacksonville Fla.
For throo or four years I have been disease.A Harrison Bros' Ready Mixed. Paints. ,

hearing of the use of the pineapple julco baby prospective s welfare by mother ovght means to that insure her v Fine Old Liquors Wines Hat
every Nature tloniof Imported and Domestic
for patronage.prices
tho cure of diptherla, but thought and science afford to keep her physical answered promptly- lroiupt3VC. ,
little of It. Recently however powers up to the very highest point.
it has
Kvery expectant mother ought to know 33. Mexican and Florida
takon Cigars.
better shape in the repot t of a case and avail herself of the strengthening-

where the child was given up by the doctor re-enforcing properties of Dr. Pierce's Fa West Palm Beach, Fla* '
vorite Prescription. It health JF-IIVIE ir TVOY OROOEBl
and Rives and
a friend
coming in remarked endurance to the delicate organs concerned

that lie had known children relieved by In motherhood. Taken early during the Wm. J. ITARKisnEfMER, Tres. II. E. IIarkisheimek WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon. upwards. I handle no Compound &
period of expectancy, it makes the Sec'y & Treas.
the pineapple. Tho physician in attendance or baby perfectly safe and comparatively coming B3T" Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

said: "Get It and try it, It can doo easy. It makes the mother strong and The Bntter you wish to open an account you must give first-class city reference*
harm." A ripe pineapple was gotton cheerful to the child.It and. gives health and natural vigor Elgin Company of Florida.

and the juice expressed and given intuaspoonful ia the only medicine of its kind devised

doses slowly. It seemed to cated for weak, experienced and delicate physician.women by an edu WHOLESALE ONLY.IBijLttex Write for Wholesale Prices for Market Gardener.8 of..

and loar In the a few throat hours, swallowing the child was was easier sleep, chief For consulting nearly *> years physician Dr. Pierce to the has Invalids'been am. RELIABLE SEEDS
ing. Recovery followed. The pineapple Hotel and Surgical Institute, of Buffalo. TESTED

was used In a number of cases subsequently {;The People's"' tlon Common n<1 Vtt Sens Medical rated book Ad, Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ,

with success, In the same neigh viser"which every contains woman advice ought and to read.suggestions Our 4 Crewn Butter is being used by the best merchant* throughout the State Selected and Grown especially for Florida Planting.

borhood, and the people think It better rr2Vd! cop wi" U nt bsolutely A free pa- I? ? * U *? Pr0dUCt f ne ot the lare8t and bMt Creameries
tkan medicine. Georgia Electric Jour- ? :P' * one-cent stamps to pay cost the State Illinois. It always uniform in quality. K. BARRS, Seedsman,

1. Buffalo, N. Y. CloU bound (or J Stasapa.M Merchants not receiving our,quotation do us a favor by writing for These prices are aa low as the same seeds are sold'by reputable Se ids**

Job; {Send printing the Adtocatk yon need.} an order for any B is Dr. Pierre's Pellet*. One "Pellet" WB SELL ONXT TO THB TRADE. This is positive. same. New York, Philadelphia, etc., and the saving In time*and Weight wconsiderable. 111 n*"*'
a geatle laxative, two a mild I *


essional Cards.j .
Wabasso. Notion of Intention to Apply tor

U ROBBISS, Walter S. Guuk.iiA' Hugh Weir, of Toledo, was in town a ,

6B* NS GRAHAM,. m few days ago. Manufacturers oft <

.TTORNEYS-AT-LAW Miss Vlrgie Walker was a recent visitor NOTICE Intend is hereby to apply(riven to thao hie Xxrallency the nmler-, Hotel and
w_D. lilnxh xm, Governor of Florida, Uh>u Cottages Furniture Sarno Fla.The Yellow Pine Lumber

'tifcOffillouBs: From 10 to 12 a. m., with friends, in town.J. the thereaiter 21st day as of Kehrtu practicable rv, A, 1 for>. lKWt'altera, or as latent soon , ,

fJMW and 2 to 4 p. m.y n. Stuff will commence work on upon tneproposed Charter of "The> Rojal Huikhoundslluutclub" XflUttll A UKKSSKU,

y yO TiLLE, Brevard Co., Florida.tice his new houae, within a few days. CHARTER.hereto attached: Oranrs !! > Heads,

In all the oourtsatate and fed Walter L. Gibson, our inventor, was These Articles Wttnessoth, That ttie umlerslicned Fruit A Vegetable Cratea.

here on his homestead, a few days last have associated themsitWes together to Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River
I facilities for examining and perfectItltlHS. week.C. form a Corporation under the laws of Florida. on thronirh bill of lailliift Anyone contetnplaaIntf -
ARTICLE t. hullillnir on tin* hust Toast, would do well te
write for prions. Tits Hawmlll Is situated on the
Hunt ami Will Southany are on the The name of this Corporation shall he "The J..T.A K. W. Ky miles south of Falatka.StitHiiiiiuIIJirJitrftlMitiiitiii .
)K S. JONES, east side Ro\al Hui khounds Hunt Club," and its principal
now, gardening on the McAllister place of business will be at Courtney. Brevard Co., Fla.
place.H. County, Florida.

Curtis and Mr. Davis are now at The purpose of this Corporation is the enter, NATIONAL 3==Ln-3==

BREVARD CO., FLA, home in their new cottage. Quite a pretentious taininirof guests and the members of this fllub
with IimIkIiik. rood, hunting. Ashing, yachting Home-Seekers'
ity of Brevard place for bachelor headquarters. and other social amusements, and to do all kinds
Judge County.OAULDEN .
of farming, anil tho growing of all kinds of
Friend Chas. Gilford and the Misses crops, and fruits,and also Ostrich farming, and REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.
Gifford, of Vero raining of cattle and horses,, and to acquire
were the
calling on
property anil Improve It, and to own and bnv
Misses Lucy and Sadio Lcatherman, on and soil lamliO It mav do all things necessary
anil proiwr for the purpoao of ooiiducting said
fATTORNET-AT-LAW, onSunday. business, and shall have all the power anil priv Exchanging Propelty for Property aSpecialty.
ileges granted to such Corporation* under tho
otlcs In all the Courts of the State King, our noted bee-keeper, made I-a s >f the State of Kloriila, which are necessary Send Pesr-rlpiinn of what >

a, and the United States Courts.i a trip to his Sebastian river apiary onSaturday. and.proper ror the purposes or lu incorporation. you have, and what you want.MALAOAK .

,238. TITUSVTXLE, FLA. He is quite an enthusiastic ARTICLE S. Indian Itlver, >"LOKIDA.C. .

Money to Loan, 18 wheelsman, having made over five miles The amount of the capital stock Is hereby
authorized to bo Five Thousand Hollars, to ho C. CAUIU/I.L,
of bicycle track at his own expense.E. dnldod Into shnres of (hie Hundred Dollars
GOLDSMITH, enoh.and the said capital stock shall bo paid In lioitl Kstato Agent.
True has a gang of men at wwk on and hit fully paid up In tlie following described
the road between Wabasso property to-wlt: The houses located on the
and Sebastian land of H.J, TIfHn, In section 117. township above cut represents roughly HOTKIj 1>ii Nil... nt Sarno, Drevard Choice . .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, river. The new road will be appreciated. south range 3H east, on Merrltt's Island, Brevard County, Florida, which is only of a milo south of the depot of Kan Uallie, Fla.,
county, Florida, to-wit. Casino wharf Wlnos
Thanks to the County Commissioners social hall, piuir.a apartment house, blllUrd on hall, nnd about 20(1( miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast H'y. lias do- Liquors

He, Florida.JARYELWES for their part in the enter and bowl'ng alloy, sulphur both holme, two pot, postoflieo and telegraph otlioo. The hotel and seven cottages are located on . and Cigars.fiianintooil .
kitchens and two out-houses, dog kennel and ten acres of land fronting on the Eau OnlHo River, with view of Indian Hiver on the
prise.Mrs.. keepers house, stable and carriage house, lhe ( Puro.
east less than half mllu distant and tlio Atlantic Ocean miles Is
capital stock innv be increased to 1imiom>00 or a -J away. prouticnlly -
Cavender, of Rome, Ga., and two more,under Section Sil-Ui, Revised Statutes of new buildings completed in 1S1M1. The hotol and every cottage Is furnished Sold at rod need

grand-children Leona and Irene Cavender Florida. and most of the furniture and llnona have novor boon iihoiI. Two artesian' prices
NOTARY TUBLIC, ARTICLE 4. wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns, ail connected, givo ample supply of the best

STATE AT LARGE, of Woodlcy, attended church at this ist The 14 ion term for which this Corporation shall ex of water. Tho property has only boon imod sumo two months by tho former owner lniiorteil Tokay Wine, .

place on Sunday, walking hero from years. John (lieen, who died, and the propoity is now owned by CoU Anion A IoQrauw -
ewritinfj taxes for ARTICLE
paid B. from
its rents, and accounts collected non- Woodley, a distance of two and a half The business of this shall bo of Jamaica,. t uenn's County, Now Yoik,. whoso address after Italy.
Corporation con
So. Correspondence solicited, miles. Mrs. Cavender is past eighty ducted by a 'resident, ami Secretary,anil Treasurer January 1st v.Ill be Oak Hill, KlorM.i. There Is a largo pavilion 100 foot John B. Togni
ville . and Hoard of INreotora; provided, the square, cement Door, cement walks, water works and garden. Host of hunting nudilshing ,

Florida. years of age.Sunday olllces by the of same Treasurer person.and The Secretary Hoard may of Directors bo held fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Eau (lalllo nnd Indian Klvors; Metropolitan Saloon, 12:1: Kuat Hay St..

evening the Misses Mollle, shall, at a meeting t he held Immediately after oysters, sea bathing, beautiful scenery; ami tho whole is toady to. open as a hotolIn

WEBB, Meda 'and Delia Michael and Laura the annual stockholders meeting, nloit from one day's timo. Every convenience, with kitohon anil dining room complete. JACKSONVILLE, FLOHIDA.
and among their members and a l'resldunt. Treasurer, Titles perfoct. The original cost to John Croon was $ l,000; now for salo cheap; Wkolesaln ami lt it U. .. ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Durst, Walter and Vernon Michael, of to he Secretary elected at| the tint until incut tho Hoard lug or of the Directors stiukhnhlersln half cash and half on time. Any good liotel man can mnko money here.Ad .

Orchid, and J. Stuff, Mrs. Davis and W.L. the year ISIM, shall have ouulllled, C. >> |practice in the Courts of the 7thlurne Keefer of Wabasso went to Pelican II. Walton shall lie 11-esiilcnt and H. ,1 Tiftln Aaron A. DkOuauw, Jamaica, N. Y.
shall be Secretary and Treasurer; anil O. II. Establishment South.GEO .
Island. All were pleased with their Walton and II. .1. Tllllti and D. L. (iaiililen shall
Florida. constitute the first Hoard of Directors. The annual
outing. meeting of the stockholders shall ha fixed S. HACKER & SON
by the by-laws. "OUTDOOICS. tho Now Spotting Magazine. ,
ARTICLE 6. fishing Invaluable to tho salt water flnhorm.in, tho fresh water fisherman
C. E. HOW'S THIS ? The highest amount or Indebtedness or liabil tho grouse, quail, snipe, woodcock and hare shooter, tliobayblrd
ity to which the Corporation can at any timo and wild fowl gunner, tho big game liunter, the tourist

COUNTY SURVEYOR.v We offer one hundred dollars reward subject dollars.Itself Is And($1110,1100 the Directors<">)one hundred shall thousand whoelman, photographer, boatm.ih and naturalist. I'llco lOots.

I legally surveyed and subdivided.ag for any case of Catarrh that cannot bo or create a lien npon the stock, franchises not mortgage Subscription *l.00 per year. Write for sainplo copy.OEO. .

cured by Hall's Catairh Cure.F. or other property of the Corporation to secure LOUTREL LlfCAS, Killtor and 1'iopiletor,

neatly done. Estimates for J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O., such held by itidtihteilnosa the stockholders unless shall a nuiority so| direct of thostoi said Directors k No. J MadlHon Ave., Now Yoik, N. Y.

ids of engineering works. .DIs- Wo the undersigned, have known F.J. fIn
Cheney for the hint V% years, and believe witness whereof we haveto set our names
lines and seals subscribed with our hands this the 4th
a specialty.iixe him'' perfectly honorable In all day of January,A. D. 18im.C. .

Brevard Co., Florida.6PIIEN business transactions and financially II. Walton, one share, Titusville, Florida. .One Man Can Run This Steamboat
able to carry out any obligations made (Seal] . .
by this firm. D.L. Gauldon,one share, Titusville, Florida

E. FOSTER West & Truax, wholesale druggists, [Seal]
Toledo, O.Waldlng. It.J Tiflln, forty-eight shares, Courtney Flor
ida. [Seal] .2O DO
,'Klnnan & Marvin, wholesale
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW State or Florida, I IIlrevard OF
druggists, O.Hall's County. I IIn 2.

as 420 & 423, Gardner Building, Catarrh Cure is taken internally person came before me, If..1.Tiflln, to me 3 OTI Doors Sash Blinds
acting directly upon the blood and well known as the person doscrlhed in and who ,
>nville, Florida.E signed, soaled and executed the "1
mucous surfaces of the system. Pi ice, foregoing
for the incorporation of "Tho Royal Iluckhountls & Material.Olllco
75c bottle. Sold* all Moulding Building
per by druggists. Hunt Club," und acknowledged tlnit he .
& CAMPBELL Testimonials free.LETTUCE. signed, sealed and executed the same for the 25C
? uses and purposes therein expressed. 2 A Warorooms, King, opposite
Witness my hand and otllolul seal this ((1th day
Street.Churlcston .
CULTURE. of January, A. D. 18IM. Cannon


In order that every plant of lettuce Justice of I'eace, 14th Dlst. .5 aCTJ ,

onville, Florida.cott. may have the, best chance to make a State Brevard of Florida County.,1 J JIn Sash* Weights Cord and

marketable head it has been found by ,
person came before me C. H Walton and
Gordon R. Broome.j experience in actually growing the plant, D. L. Ilaulden, to mo well known as the persons Hardware.
flescrllied In and who signed, anil executed
>TT & BROOME year after year, that tho land should be the foregoing Charter for the Incorporation
j of "The Royal Ruckhounds Hunt Club," This steamboat Is 37-ft. lonir, Vft.. heam, 2-ft. depth of holil| draws IJ Inches of water, anil Window and Fancy Class
prepared and planted as follows: and acknowledged that they each signed, sealed will run eiiclit miles an hour. Has cabin 11x14 rent, witli H ft. tiund-riMiin. Two ftddliiK beds anilirallny
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, The land must first be thoroughly -and executed the same for the uses anil purposes ,SzS-ft. I"an accommodate si* or eltht| persons easily. Hums either wood or coal. Hull- A HPHOIALTY.DO .
therein expressed. able for pleasure purpose or liicht rrelirht or tlsliluic bust nuss. We Willi duplicate for lf0! <>, or
(over Bank) broken, harrowed and pulverized and will alter to suit conditions, at prices from f ihhi iki to suvxi.MKKHIM.MTKVKNH .
In witness whereof I have hereto set my hand
cleaned of vegetable rubbish. If your and official seal this tho 4th day of January, A.D. KNI11NKKHINO YEARS'EXPERIENCE
Florida. 18UH. 138 140 Kant Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Knglnewra, Contractors, Kto.HOMESEEKERS .
land classes either as poor land or wetland
DRGE W. ALLEN, lay off furrows with a good sized Notary Public.UR .

shovel, four feet apart, just as though

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW you were going to plant corn,, then, onto
these furrows or rows, throw two Citation.
'est, Florida.
furrows, one on either side, with a turning Thadc Mark*

practice In the United States plow, close enough so the dirt will wife or next of kin of Kernard C. Smith, ravAVlio OcaiaN*
|tate Courts. 9jun05T. THE died at Jensen, Ilrevard ( ounty, Florida CopvNiaHT* Ac.nuloklv .
made with the
tumble into furrows
,on the liith day of February, A. f). 1MIT, arc Seeking a Home in the
shovel, but not make a ridge over it.On and all others whom It may concern, are hereby aaiwrtaln our opinion free whathar aninrsntlnn
notified that six weeks after the first publication Is probsblf Batalltahle. <*""" ''*
H. HOUGHTON, the sides of these furrows thrown upby hereof, to-wlt i January 14th, lsiM, and turns st rlotl v eoniKlaiitlsl. Handbook on fpatentamnnt
p- their failure to apply for administration en his South should send tci the undersigned frae.iIm| i aamof fOrawmrlnic uatauts.
fertilizer Munn A Co. reoelyePMilul
the turning plow, put your estate, I will appoint some creditor of said Patent* taSon through the
without uhsr In
nutto e.
anywhere from 500 to 800 pounds per Smith,or other lit person, to administer en his ,

DENTIST. acre, according to land. Then throw up estate in Florida. MINOR S. JONES' for a copy of tho Scientific American.A u

Florida.xrn two more furrows, one on either, side, Janl4-feblS County Judge.Titusville hanrtsonielf lllnstrarsd weekly. T.srsrs tirMUNN

with turning plow, so as to cover the Fla ,Jan. 11, 'OH.

fertilizer. This will make a bed some Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We & Co i. New York

e. sMiTn, m. d. two feet broad. Rake off with a hand- Sheriffs Mule.rMDKR Brauoh Offloe. (06 1" ..Washington, U.C.riHIBHfO .

rake or board and sot two rows of lettuce

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. one on eitbex side of the bed Just and by virtue of an execution Issued i
the County Court for Brevard county l JW l I TYia alkTlaB'Fai 'at*
the fertilizer placed. lamia Fruit Tobacco Growing and for
pallet in Genital, Urinary an Rectal over where was Florida, on the Uth day of Octolier, have for. Growing, Trucking, ,
Put the plants 12 Inches apart in tho 1897, In a certain cause therein |*endlnfr, wherein Winter and Summer Homes. Climate tlio healthiest in the United HtatcH. BBSflEALb
Diseases. the Titusville El*trio Light Co. is plaintiff
drill, cultivate well and nineteen plants and Duren A Feaster are defendants, I have Apply to
levied and will sell at tiuhllo auction. In
Ford, Florida.In upon
out of twenty will bead.If front of the Court House floor at Titusville, I SEALS. MAIS CH

your land is rich and dry lay off Florida" during the legal hours of sale, on the JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

8 feet then throw furrows FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1 < f V'j
the same being the Tth day of the month, and
with turning plows as before and on each legal sales day, to the nig-nest and best bidder ''iNTHESOUT
It is thrown sprinkle for cash,- the following described real estate ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.MANIER .
furrow as your to-wltt Begin 210 feet west of the northeast
buying seeds"economy Is fertilizer so that the next furrow will corner of the northwest quarter of section 4, <
extrvvaaaBee/'becausatheeost township XI south, range 30 east; thence run
of cultivation waated on Inferior seeds cover it. Continue till the entire 8 feet south 'iMi feet,thence west 417 feet, thence north
always largely exceeds the original bedded out then rake and plant 14 240 feet to the township line; thence east 417 WEAK MEN MADE VJG0R0U3,
coot of tile best and dearest seeds tobe are feet to the point of beginning,containing 2 8-10
bad. The best la always the Inches apart each way. Keep your water acres,and being in the northeast quarter of the *'
cheapest. Fay a trifle more for northwest quarter of section 4, township 22 & LANE MUSIC CO.TJantfeb
furrows deep. Experience shows that south, range.1A east, the same having Iwen levied

FERRY'S you do not want any water standing Upon as the property of Arthur P. BROWN r. Feaster.JOHEflt . .

about lettuce. Ex. jan7-feb4 Sheriff,Etc. "
!'MY. lMf. "l *"D
Everybody Bays So.CascareU What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did
and alutayw get your money's worth. Notice of Sheriff* Sale. It Beta pow.rfuily an.l qui.sly. Cur whan all
Five cents per paper everywhere. Cam!v Cathartic, the most wonderful other, fsfl. Voitnii men rssaln lost manhood! old
Always the best. Seed Annual free.d medical discovery of the age, pleasant Conoyer Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln menreoover yoothfiil vlsur. Absolutely 4* *rnnt.a.1
.C.M.FERRY CO..DstroltHlch and refri-ahing to the taste, act gently tal'itr.N rvfiu s.M, Loil VHalllr*
and by virtue of an attachment I'ailMlou, l lfostr,
Impateaer. Nla-htly
and positively ou kidneys, liver ond bowels, UNDER Issued out of the 'County Court eithera, lailllaar M.ra.rr> WmIIh l l -
cleansing the entire system. dU| l rolds, In and for lirevarl county, Florida, In a m, end aWI tfrrlt of mJaMu cure headache, fever, habitual constipation cause therein depending, wherein Aaron A.IMOrauw *. Wards otf Insanity i anil eon.nmptluuIJoo
and biliousness. Please buy and try a box is plaintiff and Mary E. Titus la defenilant > PIANOS t lut dravillst linp a worthless snlwtltiita Inslston hav-on
'inlheraass IcylwMs ajrr st.r rr-jOU
of C. O. C. to-day: 10,2ft, SO cent*. Bold and I have levied npon and will sell atpnblle na J-BKITKlt'S) Bit V MiOis, or wrl.l for II.
guaranteed to cure by all druggists. anctlon, li front of the court house door, Can be aarrlad In ve.l pofhet. frapaid plain wrap.
FORTUNE at Titusville, Ilrevard eonnty, Florida, during r. a| box. or tnr Mil. win P!!
Bur beaitn. Tonrhapptness Is strength. the legal hours of sale,on the y Vvrlttaa *m ra a Car* or H.rund tkaH
jourthe mind H s4 and>,brain< Ttrul Is always elear at rest and and healthy ease.IIMAN'S Remember to make a great difference FIRST MONDAY IN FEBRUARY, 1808, CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS..... r. Pamohlx iiis.UYVJk.U f raw Hold.AwaVN t>V dnurslsta., Ctal.avo.Addn.sfK.ItK.U. III.

MENTHUL.IHIUAI.EIalatbeat and friends fof avery the same being the 7th day of February, Mm, to
relief to mankind to all bead troubles.tFM between companions toe highest and best bidder, for cash, the fof Sold by J. B. Screven, onlj. k

.COLD Tkst*.swral MM Wr THKUaT*T Catorrk, OAaKH. H complaisant and agreeable companion lowing described lands of aald defendant, lying Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms. ,
and In Brevard Florida to-wlt
being county I
Bars by Its use. Wonderful In Hay reverend
Una rsrRUOMLY CaTSMHIAjr*. may, and often does, prove a very Ail the north-half of lot 1 of Titus Addition to
i Jaall. e Mate. Sm4 S S *a m iMUiL frw. improper and a very dangerous 16: all lot H of block IS; all of lot S of block 811 Write for Catalogues.
esca co., rMcsxsxa, ., .a. a.
all of lot* 7 S, and 10 of block W, and all of *CITDI roTEI lots I, 2 and i of block 30, and all lot six ((6) of aaw,rallaDI.aa4 saia rauaftoraaa.arsMad .
block K,of the Town of Titusville, as per LaBaron's MANTER A LANE MUSIC COMPANY", aiaatalTa, asaaty o palnfiitawnatoraUoa.
need In the of of said town. .Mow aaad ky evc aaS.el.tlaa
rANTED FAITHFUL JfcEN OR What do yon way map 34 East Bay, treet, Jaokaonville, Fla. |nvl ora as aa aoraaa*, sapapar.
envelopes note and letter heads, bill JOSEPH P. BROWN, A
travel for ,
women responsible ** boa, s siaU bo (1. ana*
cards etc? par
bushed bouse In Florida. Salary heads, statements, tags, Sheriff Brevard County, aalal taa plain arappar. aflnnd M la,
and expenses. "Position permanRefarrocev We shall be glad to have a share of your atajaua fur partlattlara-. a (rftrrKRhEDI2aCSa SUI4 by loral- inI

Enclose self-addressed work. We have a flrst-clasa job department l lATlw Calaaea, 111. .

araace aped envelope.Bldg., Chicago..The )National, Star and all coanected we ask la a with&

i)* w i, ifeM fepb
iiBBtroMwiingBHEBSl ;>& #,


'." RIVER ADYOCATE. 4A'WHKLT less than ten weeks in each year. bow to save their groves from being lnjured Lotus.J. SAVE MONEY And Boy From **#*
by frost. My plan is as follows:
The mail and steam service con.
Take a five-acre grove. Erect a 20ft..fence .
tract calls for the peiformance ofa on the northwest end of grove; Winn, of Tropic, was transacting
JOURNAL OF TUB INDIAN HIVEU, CAKE mail, passenger and freight service another 20ft. fence on southeast- side of business here the early part of this week.J. .
for the period of ten grove, with a running board -directly
WORTH A i> BIHCAYNK BAY(BOTION* years Ragan was in town the latter part
commencing Junuary 1, 1890, "between through the of centre a cold, so wave that coming upon the from notification of this week.II. Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Floor

PUBLISHED BVKIiY Fill DAT.Charlk the port of Nassau and the the Weather Bureau, you could run canvas Mai tin, of Banyan, was In onr burg ,
port of Miami, or any other port in from the northwest corner to the this week.
the State of Florida in the United centre running board, and fasten It. Tuesday at Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
The Misses Capron spent
& Proprietor
H. Walton, Editor You can also take your castas from
States of America, and as long as the southeast corner and do likewise. atFaliyland. .
the mail service is satisfactorily Then have side flaps for your grove, and Mrs. Bruner, of Oceanns, Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kill* nil kinds of insects; Harmless to 0tbeast.
MRMIIKH OP performed the sum of 3,500 will which you could drop and fasten to your weie here Saturday last. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Wiite for quotations

TOE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, be paid out of the treasury therelor baseboard Then set running resinpole all round. burning Inside Master Raburn Otwell and sister. Miss Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE HiP.

AFKILIATElJ WITH THK annually. Every possible Inducement enough your to make a black -smudge; Willie, were >n Lotus Saturday Jast.Mrs. .

National Editorial A soiiatiun.Di has been given by the and. In the judgement of the writer, no M. M. Ramsey was shopping In
legislature of the Bxhamas, with freeze that you have ever had in Florida Lotus Saturday List.VV. .
their interests would hurt orange trees. E. McMURRAT Carriage and
due r gard to own your
oonlinuiin of ailvt must l>e made personally This same plan would also apply to BIsbee anil wife, and S. A.
at tMIn oillce i>r)>y writing. to bring about this arrangement" pineapple plantations and vegetable gardens spent Saturday in Cocoa. & WagonDump
with the result that the people of along the East Coast or In any The weather for some time past has

Check,eta., nmy lie maila payable to ChaklksH. Nassau will now have a first-class other section in Florida, only you would been all that one could ask for.W. BAJCER,
mail and service, and in not have to build your fences-so high.
Wali-on, aad proprietor passenger business
Now, to demonstiate the actual saving W. Otwell was transacting Dealeis in
addition t<> this, first-class hotel
In Lotus
i i If anyone in Florida chooses to adopt Tjiesd.vy.L.
Address all oominiinlcatlouii to accommodation, the need of which this plan, we will say that a five-acre E. Provost made a business trip to Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carta, etc
INDIAN RIVKK ADVOCATE, has been seriously felt in the past. orange grove costs theownerln ten years Cocoa Wednesday last.Messrs. Bicycles, Sundiles, etc.
The islanders are to be congratulated 115,000. Ills Income 'from that giove Sts. JACKSONVILLE
Main and Church -
Titjrville, Florida. should be $2,000 per annum, making in Fort, Origgs and Ennls were FLA
their ability to know nkoihI
upon from Lotus Saturday, on
the ten years, $20,000. Original cost, passengers
thing when they see it, for* the $5,000, making a total of $25,000. This steamer St. Augustine.*
New York Okkipe> closing of the negotiations with Is the amount he would lose If his grove J. N. Chalker retnrned from Jacksonville
Metropolitan llullrllng, 1 Madison Ave.'V. Mr. Flagler means much for the Is frozen, as It would take nearly ten Thursday, where he had been attending The NewSelden
future prosperity of Nassuu and years to bring It back to its original the Grand Lodge of Masons.E. .
state of bearing.
8. department of Agriculture the whole colony. Now, In the opinion of the writer, the W. Provost and Miss Annie Taylor
The Nassau tJuardian, refcnlng to the above covering and fences can be bnllt were callers at Normandle Saturday Cypress Door Compaq
"Wcatlier Iturcaii Jupiter, Fla.4Tho above, says: and made to cover a five-acre orange evening last.Dr. .
'At the Invitation of His Excellency, grove for at least $2,000, thereby being a Capron returned from the St.Lucie .
following is a comparative state- Sir Wm F. H.iynus Smith, the members net saving to the orange grower of $23OOll. ,- river Saturday. He says his pines
moot of temperatmo an week ending Tuesday, Jan. 25, 180S.PATE. oils and of the House of Assembly met being In the lumber business or cotton
1808MAX. 18 7MIN. lit Government, House, Nassau, on Thursday goods business, but has had a large experience C. D. Provost, L. D. Ilancock Opened October 1st, 1890, tuined the steam on to
I MAX. MfV. the 2 10 7 73 02W the following proposals fiorn Mr. Flagler and California, and for six years was at Mrs. Green's Sunday evening.C. One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash,
20 7<1 71m" 77 ( were laid befoie them:* superintendent of a refrigerator car line;
21 71) 80 lit! "To purchase the land and premises and being thoroughly convinced of the Creech passed home through from Lotus a few and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
21 7!> 71 71 ((12 known as the Itovul Vlctoiia hotel foi superior quality of the Floiida oranges days ago, en route Courtenay, ,
23 85 711id 70 the sum of 10,000; to erect and com* over all others, would hate to see this where he has boon doing carpenter work.Mrs. .
with (covering a past
And -expeiienced management experience oft
24 787H ( 73 58 plete on said land with all necessary and Industry die out for the want of a little Thos. Green and Miss Nettie
25 70 00 5 l proper outbuildings and appliances an expense Fitzgerald went to Courtenay Thursday, years In Cypress) the patrons of our company hands.may confidently Our expect tb
at production
material woikm.inshlp our IUc
hotel not less than 1110 bedrooms Should of the subscribers of the possible
containing and visited the ostrich farm.C.
Total rainfall for the week: 0.17 Inches any
Hot-house Materials Tanks
Blinds Frames, Glut
Doors Mouldings ,
Departure from normal tninfall for the and carry on such hotel during Advocate wish to known more abont
had load of bean seed
wook: minus 0. (i() Inchon. Departure the continuance of any contract for this, let them address me, care of the G.II. D. Piovost a later
from .normiil rainfall since January 1, steam service entered Into with the Bahamas Hammond Co., Jacksonville, as Iam on his dock Friday morning, but
in the day they were all dished out to
In the for that .
minus 2.1(1 Inches.J. Government same manner tiaveling salesman company.I
rm first-class hotels may from time totl would also suggest the Bhedding of the truckers, who bad been waiting so
\V. Cito.vK Observer.TO MIAMI
me be cai i ierl on in Florida; to maintain pineapples and vegetables, which will long for them.Dr. + *
a fast and frequent mail, passenger well repay the Capron, sister and daughter were
and freight seivice between the port of owner.Thos.. J. E, Dunk.We passengers on the steamer Courtenay
MAKE GROVES FROST"- Nassau and the port of Miami, or such Tuesday, as far as Cocoa. The doctor
other pott of the State of Florida as maybe do all kinds of job work at this will go down as far as St. Lucie to inspect
PR00F. approved by the Governor in Council, office. Give us a trial order. his pineapplo plantation. Town Lots Now on SaA.
atToiding not loss than forty voyages between
the said poits each way during,
Mr.Thos.. J. Dunk, of Jacksonville
each winter season; and to receive by
suggests in another column a warrant In tho usual manner so long as When Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flonrhe
practical scheme to save groves said service Is in all points well and a E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
from the most severe' frost that faithfully performed to the satisfaction ,
of the Governor In Council In each oftho
could ever occur in this state. His ten voars from the first day of January expects to get : Mrs. Julia D. Tut
method, if put into practice, would 13 ))0, the sum of $1,500."These .
no doubt.prove effectual, but it is proposals were unanimously
agreed to by those present, and a vote of
not that will
many growers thanks was cordially tendered to nis CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PR0PERTIIn
take the
advantage of advice, for Excellency for his successful efforts in
they are more apt to take into consideration bringing tho matter Into such a stage
the initial expense of that It would commend Itself to the all parts of the Town.. Carefully SeleC

such an undertaking, and are for cernod.cheerful" Acceptance of all those con Fruit and Vegetable Lands on

the most part willing to risk the While In Nassau Mr. Flagler also purchased CgF" This
extreme cold, which in reality is the property adjoining the Roynl Miami River find. Bay OBiwcayiB3T"
eldom severe enough to make such Victoria hotel on the north. The piloepald

an outlay necessary. Of course, was 12,500. Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
we have had more severe cod! in *

'the last few years than is usual THE .FISHERY CONGRESS. Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI, FLII
(more than we have any right toexpect

but it is problematical The Fishery Congress which has

whether any grower will go to a been In session at Tampa during

certain expense of at least $2,000 the past week, has fulfilled the expectations It is the best: also the cheapest, because it goes
ito save a possible loss. As far as of Its promoters, and farthest. ,

the vegetable growers are concerned has proved a great success. It has
Take no other; Insist on getting the genuine
,, the scheme would very brought together men interested in

likely be found advantageous, the fishing industry from every article. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASH
'I tho ugh it would take a considerable quarter of the globe ; even the For sale by leading dealers throughout the State. ,

umounj of produce and a very Celestial empire being'representedby
prosperous season to repay the expenditure a gentleman with a sneeze-like ** HAIR AND LATH. **
Bernard Abel. Teteb J. Nevinb.
of any large sum for the name, and many matters of an important

protection of the crops ; a small and useful nature have State Agent I. & M. Paints and Oils.o .

area, however, might be treated in been discussed. Among tbe matters ...BERNARD ABEL & CO.. .
this way, and probably more profit of special interest to this' section Old 'Phone 8. ) ( 13 HoganS

would be realized from this small was the paper read by Mr.Geo. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

trea>than all the rest of the acrefitge W. Scobie on the "Fish Industry Commission Merchants

put together, for.lt is seldom av. of the East Coast," which ,
linter without sufficient came revelation to
passes as a a majoriryof
ei tld'to kill tender vegetation. NodoiubtJf the audience, who had no idea Corner Washington and Jay Streets, NEW TORK. szbie: ZBiEeooriEaiiEiEes,

Mr. Dunk's advice were of the magnitude which the East rLOHIDA I'KODUCTS A SPECIALTY.
fol ''lowed, much wealth could be.yea Coast fisheries have attained in the LARGEST DEALERS IN

irly saved to our fruit and vegetable last few years. Mr. Scobie took Refer to Irving National Bank, New York; to all Commercial Agencies; to
Florida Growers, whose shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt reply Vehicles, Harness,
abut there the
growers, are few opportunity of criticizing the as to market prices, or any information In our line.
who could afford the initial outlay, fish laws recently passed by the Wagons, Bicycles,

so thiat most of them are forced toitake legislature for the protection offish In the South.JQ .
chances on the vagaries of and pointed out wherein they FEE & STEWART. Headquarters for Correspondence Solicited. SABEL BKOS.,
our winter weather, and do the failed to effect the object sought, ...
dbest t bey can to ward off the cold through want of knowledge of the Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSON

- twith s ucu means as are known Ito habits of the fish on the part of

itbem. As to the orange industry the framers of tbe law. Several

dieing out in the state, Mr. Dunk important resolutions have been The most complete stock of General Hardware, Stoves, Furniture, Crockery '
;need ha ve no fear of that, the reouperati've passed during the session of the Rugs, Mattlnirs, etc., to be found South of Jacksonville, and at Popular Prices.' Copleston's Dye Works. Gentv clothing
Fine line of Enameled and Nickeled Copperware. Full line of Coftlns and Caskets.
qualities of our climate congress, and among them one of Agents for Aermoter windmills. Planet Jr's., Angle lamps, Harrison's and Elko
,ha>ve be en too well demonstrated special interest to Florida and the faints. B3T Remit cash with order and save the discounts.

indhepast to leave any grounds Gulf states, referring to the establishment MELBOURNE, FLORIDA. Cleaned, Dyed and Repaired, auo ladiesdh*

;for .anticipating such a calamity. of a National Fish Hatchery

and Laboratory on the Gulf We guarantee our dye not to rub off or fade. Prices moderate. KeWI'

*1 1III THE NEW HOTEL FOR NASSAU coast, to be under the supervision
press paid on all work received
and control of the. U. S. Commissioners FERTILIZERS by the Southern Express Co.E. .

of Fish and Fisheries. A
The negotiations between Mr.II. resolution J. COPLESTON, Trop.,
preliminary to the organization
M. Flaglor and the government
of tbe Bahama Islands have at of an International ARMOUR'S*PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S 27 Newnaa St., West Side, JACBSONVILLE,

last been consummated, and tbe Fishery Association, was also
passed, in accordance with the VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
Royal Victoria hotel, which has for
the last forty years been the principal made at the time the Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to growers

hotel at Nassau, will be torn call issued.for the congress was first because they are the very highest standard of excellence. The Premier Flour of Ameri

.down, and in its place will rise one
of the mammoth palatial hotels For other crops we haveARMOUR'S

with which the citizens of Florida HOW TO PROTECT YOUR ORANGE
are familiar. The building of the TREES FROM FROST.A .
new hotel, which is to be called the FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .

Colonial, is to be commenced "within
Good from Resident of TOTASn.
one year from the first day of
Jubu villa. For
! ! January, 1898," and is to be completed Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can give
with all its Jacksonville, FtA.,
necessary outbuildings yon other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.
ajid appliances, "on orefore Jan. 2(1( 1308.
the first day of January, intbe Editor Indian Hiver Advocate: Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analyses, Bread

year of our Lord 1900." The Dear Sir Knowing the value ef the t prices, ets., furnished on>pplioatlon. We shall appreciate a trial order. ,

mw hotel is to contain at least 340 Advocat* as on advertising medium I

rooms, and is to .be kept open for throughout the state, please allow me a I ARMOUR & COMPANY,
small space In your columns to demon-1
aocommodstioi of visitors I
? not trate to the orange growers of Florida I
Jacksonville Represented
Fla. by F. M. BURST,

"ij'-TirritiYr1* 1 *** iirimi nrmum sift M ggi IJU SmKOmSsaiu nS s im -jaSU4i.AfSE. fcm


|B wMimm and datlctooii. FERTILIZEBFECIv5JO
OOODE Real Katate ami Loans.
Altentfor Atna, London ami Liverpool and
Ulolie,and Iiniwrlal Firo Inauramw. Special -
attention. paid to the lntereata ot mm realdents. y

Beautifully aimatvil on a hlRh bluff, over ) PRICES
looking the Indian River. First-class accom
modations,and rates reaaonaMe.K. .
ROBERTSON, rroprletor.


llnzunr.and, Mrs.Notions woven Cliaa, t'mliTwpar Pry.f. F.Oooda Campbell,,Ferris'Lariipa'* Co.Rrnnuiietl rcadvnmile Mil.linery. -.- __nPiei. <3eLppl; ; <3 | G-ro-sxrers: : __

Hmt Cometa,eto.,cinhroidery ami colored aillu,
souvenir spoons,Stationery,eto.
XSJ1.1. ArotiTi
llOTFL BELLHVVK, MELBOURNE. FIJI. hihi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED jy Before buying tlvo following Materials be sure and apply tous
Lovely view of Indian River. In a sheltered
Absolutely Puro situation rates.Superior accommodations. Moderate ANALYSIS: for prices, ami we wtll provo to yon wo eau savo yon money.

Proprietor. Moisture 8 to 1(1ft STEAMED BONE, RAW BONE,
Ammonia .. to H1X1 N
AvallnMe riiosithorii* Acid A to IIII
overlooking Indian Rher
oval iakino rawoin OO.,NIW YO K. and pood hoard.; homelike Rates (1 accommodations no Equal to Hone rbosphate of Lime.Uotafh to 1.1n DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF 1SODA,
per Kill... ... to ut
dayorJS.UO fd.oo
to week,
locatlou of room. per Special rates according to River to Equal to Sulphate of Potash > to 10MS SULPHATE OK AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, !
people. CHAS.T. McllRIHE, Magnesia,Lime,Soil*, eto to tCJr .
Proprietor.A. Write for Special Pamphlet. ,


N". Raymond, from Chicago, is stay 23 Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0HI

i Advocate is now on sale at the ing with his niece, Miss Webster, at the H prices.
Bellevue.Mrs. .
Stands in The Palm Beach Inn.

Webb, of the Royal Poinclanakl Amelia Valentine and Miss Johnmener Correspond with us boforo boiny: induced to buy from Doalors. Send for
of Tillman, were pleasant visitors
preached an excellent sermon atloofrregational
here last Tuesday, lamphletl
church on this side,

Sunday night.K. The Misses Stisio Carter and Gertrude LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Clarke's fine yacht Providentia McCoy went to Eau G.illie last Monday, ,
to spend a few days with their fiiend,
Monday morning, on a cruise
Mrs. G. F, Paddison.Dr. .
ig the Keys. Key West and Tampa

> visited before they return. Mr.le'a . L. A. Peek, of Baltimore, is a
friend, Mr. Kennedy, acconibim guest of Hotel Riverside, and has decided
' on this trip. to locate in Melbourne to practice.We .

liter Johnson is now steward on extend to him a hearty welcome Sebastian.Dr. templated all to join nnd in an those Invitation services.Is' oxtendodto G. G. SPRINGER

1 the Providentia, vice Mr. Brown Mr, Ott, of Chicago, paid a visit to The entertainment in aid of ttio building
Bed. Walter is a favorite with the his old friend, John Goode last Saturday

Enos Enos in town Tues
of was fund of St. John's Episcopal church,
and girls too and will doubt while his
( ) no on way to Lake Worth
day. last TucHd.iy evening, at the Casino, was
ill plenty of amusement for those where he owns interest in
large a pineapple Manufacturer Retailer and Of
handsome Shipper
audience and
hero enjoyed by a largo a ,
d.'cry. plantation. Alex. Goodo, of Melbourne, was
amount wns realized for a worthy
sad death occurred here last Archdeacon Brown, of Titusville, and Saturday, talking insurance. purpose. Miss Laindon and Miss Wilson

day. Mrs. C. W. Bingham, who the Messrs. J. A Gilbert, A. M. Wilson Frank Foster, of Orchid, received *25 rendered charming pl.mo selections;
i south a month ago to be with her and Ernest Taylor, of Eau Gallie, were for two crates of beans a few days ago. Mrs. llanrni sung two numbers very ICE :

Oliver, who was at that time very welcome visitors in our town last Sun The yacht Lounger1, Capt. Hammond, sweetly; Mr. Gilbert was nmtislng as
''died at his home just south of Palm day. here Cafe Cliamtrense, and Mr. Wilson'" _
of New York, passed Monday.
h, Thursday night of last week. songs woro groatly enjoyed.
body was embalmed and left here Quite a jolly party boarded the steamer Fred Hudson left Wednesday for liis
Spartan at the city dock last Tuesday Late arrivals at Hotel Granada are:
special train Saturday evening for home nt Pino Bluff, Ark.Capt. Distilled Water
evening to go to Eau Gallie to attend Mr. and Mis. J. B. Martin, Sr., Irvon-
the entertainment, given for the benetitof Haiduo lias lost bis mule, so he ton, Ky., who came here for an extended

ne Important real estate deals were the new Episcopal church. The entertainment plows with his niggers now. visit; Goo. F. Hannii, Columbus, I., Ice
I here last week. Wilmon WhilldinhtCapt.IE.Jf. was a big success and was Stanley Kltching is carrying the U. S.in who comes to visit Ills wife and son, who Refrigerators, Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

Dimick's fine busi- enjoyed by all present. .ill now.R. are pelmanent guests nt'this hotel; A.M. .
lot corner of Narcissus st. and C'le's Grilling, Marclenny, Fla.; I. C. Hart, FACTORIES
avenue, also three lots on the The Ladies' Guild will give a Japanese O. Hardee is having the Naiad put Cedar K.ipids, lown; A. K. Holdt and Cocoa and West Palm Beach.SEEDSField
ne from C. O. Livingston. Mr, tea on the 4th of February, to be held in "apple-pie" order.We wife, Atlanta, (la.; II. C Snory and .
Id in owns the best residence propIn on the grounds at the residence of W.T. of tho wife, Harford Mills, N. Y.; Kobt. O.
Wells where wish to rail the attention
a tea will be served in
our town, and is one of our most the oftho lit Is ton, K.ivannah, O.i.; Guy I. Motcalf,
readers to challenge
Japan fashion. will be Melbourne
Bated citizens in the welfare of the Every guest presented editor Tropical Sun, West Palm Beach.
with a cup and saucer. Admission Naiad in the Times.

35 cents. Some of the boys had a "hot" time In A number of ladies mot last Thursday and Garden SEEDS.
at the resilience of Mrs. Nesbitt, and organized
Fort Pierce. The officers elected at the last business the old town, Saturday night.S. a brancli of the Indian ItlverAvllah

meeting of theC. E. Society were: President Kltching is having his steamboat which means association, village

: W. R. Jackson; vice-president dock repaired, so that passengers can goto Improvement, literature, art and history.Mis. Largest Seed House in the State.
I need rain badly in this section.McCarty Miss Susie Johnson; secretary and treasurer and from the steamers. W. II. Gleasora was elected vice-
: J. R. Lyman; lookout committee: president; Miss M. (J. (illleit, secretary.A .
was shopping in town MissC. L. Marsh, Rev. E. W. Butter, Oscar Braddock, who lias been staying proposition to open a free reading Special Varieties of Corn for FIoi Ida. Soodi for Foddor crops.
jay.b. Miss Ilattie Lyman, C. Chiistensen; social hero with his brother, went south considered favorably. Helen
and literary com.: Prof. II. S. Winters Monday night. room was Cassava Seed, 7fio. per 100, best. 8end for Trleo List.L. .
Ilenry Klopp is visiting with her Harcourt (Miss Warner) was present,
*. the Misses Annie Goode and Helen Mesdames Mi Smart and Jas. A. Hudson and made an address on the subject of '
Miller, Messrs. C. M. Horton and Howell Mr. and Mrs". Fied Hudson, Miss village Improvement. CAMERON, Seedsman,
b. Hoofnagle left for Jensen Morton D.Smith; music and flower com.: Miss and Stanley Kltching
1'e.irl Kennedy The Casino thronged last Friday 126 East BaySt.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.AlKolTapor .
a visit to friends. Lillie Robertson, Mrs. Chas. Horton, went to Pelican Island last Saturday in

Gray paid a visit to his place atiley The Miss Misses Jessie Ida Goode Parker; missionary, Susie Johnson com the Widow. The party report a grand evening, dance on the, given occasion by the of young an men Impromptu Shell 1'oacan Troos, I to'2 yonrs, Olusteo stock, fl2 per J00.
and estimate they saw about eight
Sunday, and found it in good Mastor Clarence Butler, Chas. T, Mc time, of Eau Gallie. An Italian oichestra
Itlon. Bride.J2f pelicans. furnished admirable danco niunio. In

y v. S.-F. Gove held services here last addition to most of our own people,
in the Baptist churoh to large When In want of any kind of building there were present n number of guests The
ay Fertilizer Co.
legations. Subscriber, your attention is drawn material, In car loads or otherwise, thoBuilders' from Hotel Urunadit and a Inrgo party Jacksonville
to the nairanddate Blip pasted upon Supply Co., at St. Augustine, from Melbourne, among whom were Mr. ,
bouncing boy arrived at the resi- your paper or wrapper. If you are inarroars will be pleased to make'you a delivered and Mrs. S. F. Gibbs, the Missus Miller,
i of Dr. C P. Platts last Sunday, otl please remit. prico at your station. You have noagent's Mrs. K. W. Uoode, Miss Jessie Goode, 33. STJDLOw Qon'l lIVT-evn/xiKox .
the Doctor is very proud. Mother or middleman's commission topay. Mrs. Trultt, Mlsa Sarah Elsen, Miss M.

in are doing nicely.d Powell, Miss Lillie Robertson, Miss Gertrude South Jacksonville, Florida.
Save Your Pines From Frost. McCoy, Miss Susie Carter; Messrs.
Sooy and Frank Tyler caught
Henley, Mai tin, Nicholson, ChalTue and
iy a thousand pounds of pnackeraldo Courtenay. MANUFACTURER OF
Tlie last danco in the old
in their launches Sunday, at Fort Farmers who are about to cover their Powell.
.' pineapples and vegetables, would do well Casino will bo given next Saturday night,

to get their llghtwood posts at a cheap 'C. O. Blyth visited Indianola last Jan. 20th.J. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and
nail, F. Depew and C. Smith left rate from ,
inday for New River, to see how Sherman Sinoleton, Saturday. D. CltAllIl keeps a nrat-cliuia Saloon Wines.

lulling is at that point.i Georgiana, Fla. James Turney spent last Monday inCocoa. .and boors cloiiiPHtloilnars, wtilxklxa, brandy, tonnrro and an rum.
i regret to learn that Mrs. Ilogg isJk of lliiiora attention from to$i.uo telegraph to(A no par ami gallon.1'rompt mail. Tobacco Dust, Kalnlt, eto. Also

and trust ere long she will enjoy The schooner Veteran left for Titus order*. Terms Cash. Conoa, Kl .
Isual good health. Fla.Georgiana. ville again on Monday, to load a cargo ofb.ickfor ,J. 1>. CHAIlIt, At.Eriurate ( TOio Famous Hard-Tiraos X3t\x*.<2L

Major Tiffin. Ammonia 4 to IS percent !
Vonr Itowol* With CaimntiiCnndy Avallablo Phos. Acid. .. .11 to H cent > Mot 25.00
Micco.Leatlieitnan Owen and daughters spent Thursday Major Tiffin arrived home last Sunday Cntlmrtli', euro constipation forever.lOo per # Per Ton.I'otash .
with Mrs. Kate Carter.Mr. from, New Orleans, and left again on ,lido. If O.O O.ftUl,drujticlau refund mooey. K O to 7 per cent )

Tuesday for Montreal, Canada. Highest Commercial Value given our brands to the Inat Bulletin. Write for
and Mrs. Pago were out driving
of Wabasso, was in The Misses Alice and Beatrice Sanders Trices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brnnds will be delivered free of all
Tuesday with bis stock of eggs.i in Friday North afternoon Georgiana.Mrs. calling. on their friends accompanied by D. S. Nesbitt and Walter ...W. G. POWELL.. freight charges to any railroad depot oji the East Coast at catalogue prices,' until

i noticed Mr. Jorgensen, of Grant, Sweeney, all of Indianola, were in LAND ATTORNEY, further notice.
r burg Sunday.linefoot Owen and Miss Etta Mapes went our little town a while last Sunday,
to Cocoa on the Courtenay, Monday, ona Tallahassee, Florida.
tarpon floated ashore one shopping expedition.Mr. Chas. T. Harper, B. D. Jernegan, J.N. In
sst week, also a baby manatee, both Martin and Miss Nannie Harper attended Formerly Corresponding Secretary
as of the late cold spell.e McManara and family have moved the dance at Indianola Friday the State Land Office and Bureau of Immigration. Fred'k. S. Morse *
from the parsonage to the house that night last, and report a very pleasant Matn of lands in any section
Misses Christina and Tillie napp, belonged to Mrs. Packman.Mr. of the state given as far as shown xx
ooklyn, N. Y., arrived here Sunday, time. by the records of the Stato Land Office.
Ixpect to remain for some time.j. Hampton and brother, from Indiana Jim, when you go to Cocoa and take Abstracts, maps, plats' and Held notes
arrived Friday, and will stay for on lots of tire-water, and decide to wade procured and furnished upon application. ZE ZEa HLi ZESTa TIO
not to attend the atF.
forget meeting
thoir south ofDr. ,
a week or two on place across Indian River, you should call onDr. Interests of pon-resldent property
Delaney's house on Tuesday Wittfeld's."Uncle" Symmes for something to regulate holders a specialty. Taxes paid and redemptions
ng, February 1st, at seven o'clock, 3VTT/\3VrX, Dado Oo., 3XjOZ1XDA.
Iscuss opening of inlet at Gibson'sBanyan. Ilughie received a card, Monday your nerves.Mrs. mado. *

night, from Rev. J. B. Hawk. He ia Sinclair, mother of our charming
appointed for the year to Melbourne, school teacher, arrived here last Saturday AGENT FOR LANDS OF

Georgiana and City Point.Mr. to spend a few weeks ere returning THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

and Mrs. Lee, of Kansas City, to her home in Franklin, Tenn.F. Florida East Coast Railway Company, .

came Thursday night on a visit to Mrs.Lee's . L. Whitlock, C. Cooper and J. N. Electrical & Mechanical Florida Coast Line Canal E. Muriel is having a packing house father, F. W. Lyman. Mr. Lee Martin drove down to Indianola Sunday Boston & Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company."A .
ed on his place here.iters has a fine, young orange grove across evening last to look at Tbos. Sanders'

are In good condition, and the river."Mother". fine orange grove, the trees of which are ENGINEERS.

le around Banyan are enjoying nail and Mrs. Theda Hall loaded with golden fruit. "
and two children came down on the St. The Most Complete Electrical Supply Morsel lit for the gods,

briff Brown, of Titusville, was inan Augustine last Thursday night. Mother Eau Gallie. House In the State
Hall is visiting her daughter, Mrs. "
business.C. one day.last week, attending tokl Fish. Mrs. Theda Hall is with her aunt, "and prices to suit the man.

Mrs. Mary Munson.
Will Jarvis, of Cocoa, was in town last
came"down from Courton -
Miss Leila Anthony and her cousins, Friday evening, on his return" trip from

his Saturday Maj. Tiffin, where, and spent he is Sunday carpengfor the Palm Misses Beach Thursday Hill, came, and up stopped from West overnight the Banana line. river section, in the commission "Coin Special" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon

family. at Miss Anthony's home. Friday
Field finished planting his bean the merry trio boarded the St. Augustine Miss Gertrude McCoy and Miss Susie Manufactured by
of Melbourne visited Mrs. G. 7.Paddison .
Titusville. Miss Anthony returned Carter, ,
gain on Saturday, and has gone for
Indianola to spend a week, helpIs Saturday, and opened her school last week, at her charming
Eau Gallie river.Rev. .
father ship oranges.reral Monday morning.

of onr young bean growers Bishop E. G. Andrews will dedicate Mr. Outland preached to the ,
accepted positions on the St.istine. the Methodist Episcopal church at Melbourne Methodist congregation here last Sunday
Messrs. Porter, Ledbetter"Mies Friday night of this week.S making a very favorable impression Chicago and So. Omaha. Florida branch: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. '

all shipped on Saturday last.pa very body is cordially invited to attend. by quiet and earnest delivery, and forceful / Trices on Lard, Canned Meats, Bacon, etc., furnished on application.
of divine truths.
Andrews is a fine speaker, nd logical expression
> in this vicinity are suffering for those who to hear him will enjoy an This (Friday) evening he will conduct a
of rain. A great many beans have intellectual treat such as has seldom short service of song and prayer, to

planted since the cold snap, bat ifws been afforded in this community... Time which all, are cordially welcome. JOB FHZXTTZXTGOF
not rsJn soon they will not will be well by all who
and money spent Divine services will be conducted (or
nt to much. The few crate* that
are present. the first time at St. John's Episcopal
king shipped from here are bringmcy -
church next Sunday, at which Archdeacon ALL KINDS
prices? B. J. Billiard beard
Brown will officiate. There will
some oa Saturday last, which solder Bay lumber and other building material ExesuUd at theADVOCATE
further 'the church
> crate. Pine* here were not direct from the Builders' Supply be no postponement TUB JOUSSON LAW CO.,

I by the cold, and the outlook for' Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Interesting now being In musical complete programme readiness.la con An Jacksonville, Fla. PRINTINGOFFICE..
I crop la very encouraging. man's commission.

Wv.JIrV,.! ,-Aft.iki..fiwt M- ., wii .JJ LIKDIAN


A King'* Apparel.An Tobacco THE SOUTHERN FDEL & SUPPLY Company. Florida East Coast

order which has been received In'England

from a dusky monarch in a Tim Table X*. 11 la Zffhot January 17, 18 .

British colony for his regal robea and Wood Coal Coke Brick, Lime, Cement,
crown 'indicates that civilisation isjntvking will cure well, have a bright, SOUTH BODMD.STATIONS. MOrtTHSTATIONS.

Africa. The very kings rapid who progress were content in west to rich color and flavor, with good Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk Brick. No 28f Wolff Dally HTo.87iaop Io Pally 89" .

tie clothed solely in a top hat and a pair if L Jacksonville 40a8Ua 920a lOOp L Miami.
vf anklets. If they have not actually all burning properties, liberally Telephone 262.J AB Autfn t1ne 10 sua SIOp1 Hop ' Lemon City
fast 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. L B*Augustine 8 46a 10 86a Ft Laud'rdale
are disappearing.
gone supplied with a fertilizer.containing Linton
The enumeration of the articles askod MUNNERLTN General Manager. APelatkn., 9E6allG0a906al0 Lantana
at least 10 actualPotash. K. EPalatk* 4Ca A W, Palm Beach
for will no doubt be of interest as showing % L Palm Beaoh Inn.,

the clothing of a king in west L Ban Mateo. 130p,12 40p Royal Polnolana
Africa. They are: Ixxca.l *xx DEllvox-. baa XateotBaat 806a 8 05a ' W Palm Beach.
rr .laco 1xrT > on West Jupiter
One pair trousers, black superfine Palatka. 980a 1188a102p ' Boba Bound. (2HalOOfla
cloth, embossed in rich, heavy silk. 10 4.1a. Stuart W
paytona .... 10 We llfip127p Jensen
One shirt, blaok superfine cloth, embossed fort Oranta. Eden 10 UalOaflalJSTpl
with gilt, straight lines of gilt Haw Smyrna. 1116a1208p 140p816p "" FortPleroe. .
St. Lucia
Oak Hill 1U .>ft
braid. in the form of sulphate. TttaarUla. 2 6Bp Sebastian.. UU8 |
One mantle todesign, lined black silk, tyPoIat.... 8Sttp Melbourne. 12 2 p *03pl

embossed all around edge in gilt oak The quality of tobacco is improved >10a.klsdmBo'la..u .. . 11 Mp184p 8 8Blp 4 p4n "" Eau Bockledge Wallln Ho'la. 11 IllJ Bin 8 lip

"leaf, with fixtures for epaulets. ttalUs > Ooooa."CityPoint. lWiip187p
that form of Potash.
by lUp 4 88p
One nine inch
gilt crown. ' Titusville..
B21p o p 817pl
One pair epaulets, with gilt tops and a lap Oak Hill 8
Our book will tell what 47p
just to
you COMPANY. '
jgilt fringe. INDIAN RIVER & BAT BISCAYKE INLAND NAVIGATION 8 06p4fip aiup If aw Smyrna 8 Up 4 UptOlp
They are free. Send for them. 8 47p Port Orange. 8 Up

One cap to design (star in center). GERMAN KALI WORKS, Commencing January 17th, 1808, the Steamers "St. Augustine" and 'St. neen .. 8 62p "" Ormond Daytona, .Ad 8 4"p

Three feathers for ditto. 9} Nuuu St., N.w York. Sebastian" will sail as follows: "ttMurt obe Sound... "TOBp 86p4Hp 400pTBOp Bllp|
Six yards silk lining.It SOUTHBOUND "St. Augustine." "est Jupiter A San Mateo.L 7 nop
is a circomstanoe worthy of note Palm B aoh asp ,San Mateo 4Jpeoop 4 Hupecspi
Leave Titusvllle, Mondays and Thuisdaysfor all points between Titusville Beach Inn.. ep10p 8 46p
that a cap (star in center), with throo and Sewall's Foint. . 3:30: p. m. yal Potnclnna., 8 SBOp APalatka.LPalatka..
feathers, is an indication of royalty in Accounting For It."Sich Arrive Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and FrlcHys. .. 11:00: a. m. Palm Baaon.., Up7ttp 9 00p siop
tana.. ..... 9iep
Africa when the crown (gilt, nine inch) llegant black eyes, Mrs. Murphy "St. Sebastian" Leave Titusvllle, Tuesdays and Fridays 3:30 p. m. iton BBUp Baat Palatka.A &a v 8op

Is absent, and also that his majesty is Where does he get thim from Arrive Talm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays . 5.10 p. m. Laud'rdala.... 10 14p L be. Auguatlne 8 l p| 7 Up
''monCasy lOSOp bt. Augustine 9 WSp
the proud possessor of one shirt and one from you or Mr Murphy? "St. Auoustine" Leave Titusville, Wednesdays and Saturdays 3:30 p. m. lanU i llOUp ion. A Jaaknonvtlle. 7 4Spl 12 Otn 8,

pair of trousers. London Telegraph, "From Mr Murphy, of course. That'swhere Cocoa, 0:15 p. m. Ti.Us aiop on signal, a"lag Btatlon. Trains atop on Kim L'ratna
I get my black eyes from. Kockledgo, 6:30: p. m. rains do not stop at stations whara tlma in do not stop at atatlona whan tin,
not ahown.rala not ahown. *
A Good niuir. New York Truth. Arrive Eau Gallie,* 10:30: p. m. 28'between Jaoksonvllle and Miami Train 88 between St. Auguitlns and Jkk
There are tricks in all trades, even inwable Hot Bar Vault. NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian." rain y,axo.pt Us between Sunday.Jacksonville and Miami Tralne DO and 88, St. Aa uatloe and 3%,

testing During last summer's Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays . i 9:00: a. m. iy. villa dally, exoept Sundny.
hot spoil a oertain cable tester made Arrive Titusville, Tuesdays and Fridays. . 1230 p. in. tine rain daily 07 between eioept Monday Jacksonville and St. Angus-PULLMAN Train l Is 0\K OOMPOaffiS. EXCLCMVE.T(

quite a reputation by his rapid and accurate "St. Augustine" Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays 11:00 a. m. COMPOblb aicLVbUVJBIiT OF PULLMAN Train 74 betwenn Miami and 8t Aj
location of faults in and Saturdays 12:30: p. m. dallj, autoopt Sunday.
Arrive Titusville
a large cable Wednesdays Trainee taWtwaaa Jacksonville and St.AaguaPARLOK Train T8 between Miami and Jiekmirj
system, says the St. Louis UloboDemocrat. "St. Augustine" Leave Eau Gallie, Thursdays and Mondays 5:30: a. m. dally.BDJTFKT

On the leak being reported Itockledge, "* 8:30: a. m. OABS OK TBAIN8 8U AND 78.Mm. PABLOB CLAB8 OK

at the cable terminal he would appear Cocoa, 8:45: a. m.

to if ake one or two calculations, and Arrive Titusvllle, "' 12:30: p. m.Oko. Jr w Saaraa> aadfaaaalaa. City < Omat (Jltr Ja l U4 ,,|

then walk, appurently intuitively, to F. Miles, W. Buie, "aarraa.STATIONS. .
the exact spot where the fault existed.Ilia Gen'l Sup't.
MATIOITS.aw Ml',. ITo. 1ITTDa o.8| So. l\i
cleverness attractod the attention of

the ofllcials, and he was in a fair way Smyrna range Olty JiuofluaM

to have his salary substantially increased MAI LORY STEAMSHIP LINE. Estgi ZL ml i jaelan.Smyrna.tyi fid
when the secret of his astonishing 18 lUpl ..

facility leaked oat It turned out that AO trains between SawScayvsaand Orang( All train,between Oranae Olty JiuelUa
bis tests were mere bluff, as he had no Florida, New York, CltT Junotton dally a ep4 Bnadajr. )New Hm/rna dally aaoayt bnnday

knowledge whatever of testing methods. Philadelphia and Boston.

The cables in this system wero saturated From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, S. C.,) to New York.FASSKNGElt .

with paraffin. When the line was SEHVlCK. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Vhe .

faulty, he started at one end of it and Mistress I tired Via Fernandlna, F. C. & P, Ry. and Cumberland Route:
Bridget of
l am your Lv Jacksonville 8 15 a in: Lv. Fernandlna 1JU p ni| ArUrunHwlcK atoamahlp City of Key WeitKlamt tie Plortds Enet Ooatit Bteamaolp Corap.ni 1m!
carefully watched the ground or the carelessness. Only look at that dust on 5 30 p m. Daily exoept Hmiihiy. for Ket We i on Mondaya, WitatTUla iedaT( and. Friday* after arrival of train rpmJij
trees over which< the cable hung until the furniture. It's six weeks old at the Via Everett, all rail, F. C. & V, Ry,and Ho. Uv Lv Jaclmonnville makinc ootines la i at Key Weat with ataantera for Havana Leave Key Ww
4 0On in; Ar Brunswick 7 30 p in. Dally. Passengers m. <8iandar lie dlsoovered whore the paraffin had very least allowed on board for supper lhursda>s. Ua. * eoaaenr wtsk Berth boacd train.PROPOSFD .

oozed out through the punctures and Bridget Shore it's no fault av moine.1I've

loft its mark on the ground or foliage been here only five weeks. Up tc SAILINGS tLv.

beneath. Unfortunately for the tester Data New York, Pier 21 E.It.,3.30p. m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick, NASSAU N. P.

his method was available only during Friday, Oct. IS RIO GRANDK ..Friday, Oct. 22 ,
the very hot weather. Friday, Oct.22 COLORADO .. Friday, Oct it) Service ta Huhl N. P. (Bahama frkusda), tmaunrated January 17,1888by tail
Friday, Oct.21> RIO (IRANDB Friday, ov. S MlaoU, eapaeUlly bnilt for paaeanger traffic between Miami, Pla., and if aaun.NA5SAU .
No-To-Bao for Fifty Cents. Friday, Nov, 5 COLORADO Friday, Nov. 12
Guaranteed tobacco habit makes weak Nov. 12. RIO GRANDK .... .
*me, Sweat 'Odm.Bho ours Friday, Friday, Nov. 10 TO NASSAU. TO niAMI.BaaalWeekly .
men strong, blood pure. DOo,It. AH druggists.
had a voice like a siren, and For general Information, steamers, train., rates, etc ,apply to any railroad ocent or toCM kly, January 17th to February Uth. January 80th to Fabnurr UTriweekly
A3. DAV1E8,Agent, 220 W. Bay St. Jacksonville.H rabjraarUth to March 8ota.y February Uth to March *\\
when she sang AGENTS $25 to $50 per week easy. II RAYMOND, General Southern Agent,Brunswick, Ga.C. Mareh 20th to ApxU lfltt Send-Weekly, March 80th to April Uth.niAMI .
Hid play sure, sand pal aoea, though heme a You work right around home. A brand .II. MALLOKY,General Agent,Pier 20, E. River,and Mii Broadway,N.Y.

iBa It Rome averse, oh wun ball thera snow play aly new thing. Write to us quick I You Th... Time Taklea.hew the time, at whloh trains and boat, may be expected tosrrlnn
comb, will be surprised at how easily It can bedone. depart from th. aeveral rtatiuns and porta, but their arrival or departure ft tht tuttatad
Send us your address, anyway ( la not guaranteed, nor doe. th. Odtnpaiiy hold itaelf rerpoaalbl. lor any delsr """
and so on to the conclusion, there'wasn'ta aansaqnenee. arl.ing therefrom.Fo .
It will be to interest to
dry eye in the room. TitBits.Farila Write to-day.your Address, "People's," copy of local time card coll at 828 Wait Bay Street,JaekeonvlUe, or addrwaJ.

3911 Market St., Philadelphia, Pa. P. BHOTWITH.TraAa p. BAHNKR,
of a Great City."Jenkins Manager. Aaa'a, tihen. Pauengn 1J.

says bioycles are more dangerous *
than trolley cars. FAITHFUL MEN OR

"Has he had any disastrous experiences established WANTED bouse to travel in Florida.for responsible
?" The Tropical Trunk Line
$780 and expenses. Position permanent. ,
"Yes. tie got hit by a trolley car Keference. Enclose self-addressed

while his head was turned watching a stamped envelope. Tbe National, Star *
girl on a wheel." Chicago Record. Insurance Bldg., Chicago, Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railvii

JOSEPH H. DTJRliEE, Receiver.SOUTir .
No. 200 No. 21 No. 37 No 23 In Effect Jan. 18, '98.Lv. . 32. No. 78 No. X30Sp

CANDY Lot al 1030 p 1 20 p 9"l2a .JACKSONVILLE.- ..Ar 1 7 30am
MixedMo UOBp1115p 3 a941a Orange Park, 6 52 am 7 14 pm706pm
Wy Peoria 6 40am
V CATHARTIC U and Frl 1141 p 2 0 p 1" 2alu Magnolia 813am6Wam 6 46 p m Slip
114 p P 01 Green cv* Springs'. ... ( 8 40p m 209 p
11 ma 110. 62 p 11 00a Paiatxa 6 00am 6 66pm 1 31 p740pm
12 00 nU2Sri I df 11 luaIt ... Satsuma 4 27am 6 24p m
149a Sla . Pomona 412am364am 6 15 p m6OOp
1 OHp 11 45a m
' .Crescent City Junction ..
1 48 p 2 30 343 p 12 (Up Seville 8 80am 4 4jpm 13 39 P >
2W p 3 13 a 11 41 u ... DeLeon Springs 2 40am238am 4 07 p in
318 p 3 20 a 12 47|, Olenwood.Beresford. 3 68pm
CURE CONSTIPATION 400 p 3 44 a364a 4 23 p 1 Olp .-.. .... ... 2 23am 8 48 pin 11 68 *,!]
4 48 p 4 4.1 p 1 lua 3 17pm 11 37 S
3 IT p 317 pt 12 4lp &} ....DeLand { 4 45pm'12WP
441 PSlSp 1 Uptl Orange City JunoEnterprise 2 11 a in 3 36 p m
40p 3 08 pro
644 8 IS 1
p Dora.. amiII
7 01 p ...Tavare. .
430 a 8 01 p 1 45p Ar Sanford.. 1 40am 307pm147pm 24 Pf
SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I 600 a 865 p 3 OUp ....Orlando ... 1167 pm 10 9011|
8 15 a 735 p 4 6Sp Lakeland. .. 9 15 pm 12 02 pm720am 8
loin a 8 15 p ..*... BartowAr. 6 48 pm
Finest Cuisine and Servioet No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. 4 00 p 10 45 p ...l'unta Oorda Lv 348 pm 12 30 am
jflK Southern The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t"Comanche" 040 a 338 p 6 06p .... Tampa 7 37pm 10 66 am 8101
Tampa Bay Hotel.
''Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole." 10 25a 810 p 6 4flp Ar Port Tampa.. LvLa. 700pm 1015amThurs. 7831
Man and at.Tuea 9 30i .PortTampa...... Ar 2 30pm and .nWed.
Ot Frlitay. 3 OOp Ar Key "West... Lv 9 30 pm and But.Wed. ,
Railway.V North-Bound. Wed and Sat. 8 00a Ar.Havana . ...LvLt 1230 pm .and Sat
j* Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tnlI
From KJ"\?.77.iJ5l Kf**.' (callinB at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays. phllr. t Daily except Sunday. b
From CHARLrSroN 8.C. Tra ns 23 and 78 Pullman ,via row
Mondays, Wednesdajs and Fridays! carry Sleepers between St.Louis and St. Petersburg
For hour >f sailiug sue "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.SouthBound. Trains 37 and 38, New York aud Florida Special, carry throuKh Pullman VestibuledSW
Dining cars between New York and Tampa. r
Trains at and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati nIVDIAN

MOST EXOELLEHT 8EUVI0E EVER OrFEBED OUT OF IL0KIJD1, Steamers are nppointed to sail from Pier 29, East River New York, at 3 p. m as follows 1 RIVER STEAMBOAT SERVICE.PIO .
FortlHIUrMroN.S.C., 'Mondays ;
Wednesdays and 8OUTH-LeaTeT1Umvl Ro
Fridays edallyeceptSunday,3 30p. m.; arrive kle'vZ
NCRTH EA5T WEST. ForJACKSONVILLEFLAcalllngatCharleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays! cent Sunday,6 .in p.m.; leave Titusvllle,Tuesdays and Fridays, 3 30 p. m.i arrivs
following day 6 30 p. ra.Onixrt .
Clyde New England tnd Southern Lines
(Freight only.) Tit"
NORTH Leave Talm Beach Mondays nnd 9 00 m.I arrive ]
Thursdays, a
(CalliDR at Charleston, S. V., both ) "'
ways "' 1L*) Pmi leave Rockleilge Tuesdays and Fridays 9 JO a. m ; leave K
AND "GEO. W. CLYDE" SJOf.m.t arrive Titusville. dillv except Sunilay, 1230 p. m. Connecting
TUOROUOHFARB C0ACHE3, VESTIBULXD TRAINS. are appointed to sail as follows 1 & K. W. Steamboat train for Jacksonville, Tampa and points north.
From foot of Hogan Street, JackaonvAfe, From Lewis'Wharf, Boston. i nn ''l'P'leavlnK Jacksonville dally at OUa m.,arrives at Hawthorne Bt GJ;
IHUItSDA\S. FIUDAVS.Clyde's t ?"bur 2 80' Brooksvllle 5-45 p. m. Train leaving Jaeksonvills
arrives at Oakland 3 07 p.m.Lac NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." 40p.m .TarponSprings8.20p.iu.
St. PeterstMirg 10 00 p.m., daily except Sunday.
Solid tralu of VMttbrled Pullman Drawln. Haom Cenipartment, OhMrvatlan and, G. D. ACKEK1T.
Dlnlnj Cars betw..a St AUfiutln. and Mew York wtthouf ohange."WASHINQTON St. Jolms River Line.DE General Superintendent. General Fa**!"**

( UAliV LINE) .

Thr.u.h vtaJaokaonvm Yentlbuled, a raiwaha Drawlng-Booni ColumbUhwI\hoatehaiif.Slmplne Car. betweaa. Tampa and New York. Jacksonville, ralatka, Sanford, Enterprise, FU.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. Advertise in and Pineapple, Orange and

"UNITED STATES PAST. MAIL." The elegant Sldenheel Steamer
Land For Sale,
rullm.n DrawinrBoom BufT.t SlMplag Cars b.tw..a Jaoksonvllle and New York. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE,"
Embracing CAIT. W. A. 8IIAW. Subscribe for #**
: Lynchburg, Charlottesville, of P'B'
Is appointed to sail as follows: have for sale 80 acres
Washington, Baltimore) and Philadelphia.CINCINNATI Leaves few "
Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays at 3 30 p. m. land on St. Lucie river, a
AND FLORIDA LIMITED." Leaves Sanford Mondays ednesdays and Fridays at 9.00 a. m. the DAILY DAYTONIANOf low Eden 40 of which being *
Testlbaled train of Drawtaf Room Sle.ta Care sad Flrat Olaa Thoraohea BOUTH BOUND. oi
ail.hrareooi ruaalnilnroa h oaaa,. b.fw.e aadOUou* Read down. Read up. quarter of northeast quarter

Leave 3 30 m, ... south of rang*
p. .Jaoksonvllle.ralatka Arrive 2 00 18, township 33,
Daytona Fla.
m. *
Also Through Pullman 8 40 p. m. ,.. Leave 8 00 Is the northeaJtof
the other 40
Sleeping to 3 00 a. iu. .. Astor .... p. m. **
4 30 a. m, .. St. Francis... 2 30 p. m. The oaly.Datly Faper between southeast quarter of
Cincinnati, via Columbia and AehevllU, Through th* a. ra. .. Beresford.. 11.30 1 00 p.a. m.m. St. Augustine and Key West. town hip 38, south of range <>' .
8 00 ,
a. ra .
"LAND OP THE SKY." Arrive 8-10 a. in .Blue Sanford.Springs.. .. 11.00 a. m. Dally news despatches. The above land can be boagJ'J
28 a. m. ....Enterprise.. 9 00 a. m.9J0 The largest per acre. It Is suitable
a. m.Gen'l circulation In Daytona '
lemon lime grof'jn
and is read In
Passenger and Ticket every town between Will be sold in lots of
Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jso.L St.East Augustine Coast. and Key West, on the cash. This land will soon oe

Howard Foot Hogan, Snperlatendent St. T.it.Irohmosoeb, Jr.. Fla,Pass. Art. Advertising rates Subscription: per Apply acre. to C. H. Waltonoffloe in'

h f.'JLHIPMAlr < < Pm* Artl at, yrni B y Slr..l, J-ok80.rUle. IT*. JACKSONVILLE, FLAW. 804 West Bay St, on application. One year, $4; SI* j or to Bobbins GraM"'

Thso.Q.Xoaiw,T.M., .H.WabbumWoiv,O,T. P.A W.H. HBirDsBsoy, O.E. P. A. Address theOattoitiaw months, $2.00. villa


January ift 1808. . BowUsf Green.New J"!.P* CI-TI> 5 CO., General A rents. Publtshisg Co. (Inc.), vlie Remember.does aJl kinds tho of AD job prtBtu*!
M 8o. wVre Ave. ,
Philadelphia, .
Daytona Flo
us a share of yoar worK.j

'so* Bffilfjtiic.ggwfiji. >jga g

V-lIi mi," "' '" m iiiIimS in, iMm ssagas$ ii


East Coast Hotels.
A fl oa Kaaaom. TITUSVIXti:.

FRILLS OF FASHION. The general passenger agent of one
. C O T S Zj S. . of the Chicago trunk lines received I3STlDI 3r Z3IT7"D3ie HOTEL,
Silk fringes, especially in the narrow letter from a Kansas man the other day
OF TUB widths, are used for dress trimming requesting a pass for himself to Chicago
Flat, overlapping bias folds an inch and return. There was nothing about TITUSVILLE.
or an inch and a half wido lire the ouly the letter to indicate that the writer "
rida East decoration at the top of the new sleeves. had, any olaim whatsoever to the courtesy Indian Ttivoi*..
[ Coast he bnt the
System requested, railway man
Russian blouses of black and some of Fla.farf.imcd .
that the Kansan had
thought perhaps
the dark, rich shndes of velvet, edged
connection ith the road in
some v> someway
around with fur, will be worn with silk
possibly as a looal freight agent.So .
via and cloth skirts.We .
Jhed only he wrote back. "Please state explicitly
have Klondike collars en onr
East Const from on what aorouct you request trans
jFIorlda Railway Jacksonville to
jackets now, and they are all the name mail this
portation. By return came
Miami & Koy West Steamship Line from Miami to Key West.r suggests us regards height and protection reply, ''I've got to go to Chicago someway
car buffet service now from the cold.
running "
and I don't want to walk. Exchange.
lule see page 0.iWeSt Many of the skirts cnt with
new are .
__ ________
the narrow tablier front, as it serves to
display the trimming which it
Mfwtluc the En r| ncT."What .
entirely or extends up either side inelaborato "
? asked
did that man want
HOTEL KEY WEST, U. S. Na.val Station. designs.OvertJdrts .
the druggist
or draperies are said to bo "A pint of whisky,''said the new Indian River,
!&&aU New S. S. MIAMI, from Miami. Abroad in a night. fully established in fashion's favor, but olerk, who waa on trial for n> week."Did .

at present they appear mostly in side he have a prescription?" MKltltlTT (Merrltt'n llim ROYAL PALM, panels, reaching to the bottom of the "No "
dress skirt, which, shows between back "Well, what did do?"
|j HOTEL BISCAYNE, Bicycling, swimming, Ash and front. "1 wrote one for him." ITevins' River view.
ing and bunting.
CASINO Swimming Tool. Bustles, both at the back and en the "Consider yourself permanently engaged. .
hips, are prophesied in the near future, Cleveland Loader
ROYAL POINCIANA, so we cun contemplate the prospect of a
transformation in onr figures which Unnatural. high plno laud. Health, Comfort and Spoit. No better Huntlog ant]
Beach palm beach inn, Bicycling, golf, Winter will at least have the merit of' giving "Unnatural child!" moaned the
Ocean Bathing. the realistic French touch to onr fashIon -. mother and bowiti hor hood and wept Fishing In Florida.Opon .
CASINO Swimming Pool. *.
miserably from Decembor to May. M. D. MAIION.ltCKMili .
The beauty, advantage and generally Indeed it was doubtful if the girl
lond HOTEL ORMOND, Bicycling and Golf. becoming effect of the princess dress are could be made longer to pass for a child
generously extolled by the foreign fashion at all, she was that unnatural hor innocence :.
PONCE De LEON, books, and it is set forth as cue of particularly being stilted and MMV.
the season's special fashions, bat as yet forood. Detroit Journal.
LUgustine- hotel alcazar, Bicycling, swimming, it is rarely seen outside of the dressmaker's Hotel Indian Riyer
golf, hunting and Ashingnes.
precincts. Him Understand It."I .
CASINO Swimming Pool, Making ,
The new poke bonnet is a dream see. said Mr. Wallace, "that
[to .the General Offices, St; Augustine, for the New East Coast Book of when.it frames a pretty faoe. It is made some man in Chicago lived 10 years ou

of velvet, both shirred and plain, with boor alone, Rockledge,
C. B.
KNOTT, a medium high crown and a inodium "And I want to say,"said Mra Wallace
General Superintendent, wide brim which disappears entirely at "that if you tried it that would ,ti if'i1IiitMaV! ) l .ilii;
the back and trimmed with feathers and be the way you would live alone. "
JACKSONVILLE. a rose or two tucked inside next the Cincinnati Enquirer.Btranga .

tel hair. New York Sun.Naturally If True."There's Tourist Season Jan'y' 15th to April 1st.lloHt

> Placid Knon-h. a man in town who owns a
,, Perry Patettio You are a singer, Idon't clock he has wound every night for 83years. Fishing and Duck Shooting In the South. Tennis, Pool, Billiards
(O center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west think. Your voice sounds like the ing and Itoatlng.Conespondenco. i
ck from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout. wind blowin across a empty jug "That's nothing. We have a clock solicited. AiMiohh,
-* t Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tialns. Terms *J.50 per day and Wayworn Watson Why shouldn't that my husband has forgot to wind TIMHKItLAKEft WYATT, Roeklodgo,
Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, Proprietor.ivelers' it? 1 ain't had a drink fer two days. every night for 40 years." Chicago

Cincinnati Enquirer. Record. IN THE HEART OF THE

Hotel. '
West Count Hotels.

lis hotel Is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Hotel located am tlHt boautlful orango bunting giovcs. Plenty oforiuigon
meets all Trains, and Electrio Cars pass door. Bath rooms and al fioe to guests. Fast trains lun directly
iences on every floor.
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.American tohotcl| grounds. Do not miss tho

Plan, $2 to $2.50; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week.MRS. COAST" HOTELS-- beauty of the East Coast.

FINLEY, Proprietres.ST. .
Summer Resort, Arlington hotel,
AUGUSTINE. ONTLANT Petoskoy, Mich. 8. H. TECK,

Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. SYSTEM.
BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. ROGKLEDGE, Gem of Ik Indian

NOW OPEN. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Fla.- TAMPA RAY HOTEL, Now Open.
Tampa, New Rocklodgo Hotel will open Satin day, December II. Home-like
D. P. HATHAWAY, Manager,,
tractive. Flno shell loads; horses to chlvo; row boats for Hulling; lino

Ocean View Hotel ST.'AUGUSTINE, FLA.Inder Port Tampa, Fla.TI1E IN* Now Open. launch; all connected with hotel; cxcuislons to all points of Interest.
J. II. MURDICK, Manager. other attractions make more variety than Is often found In ono place.
new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one to $'i. Special weekly rates until .Taimary 15. Correspondence solicited.
Isouth of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old wall and Now
sea fronts on the Winter Park Fla.theseminole, Open. for circulars. II. 1'. SHARKS
ljful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantis Ocean, Anas'sland A. K. DICK, Marmgor.
and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per d.iy. Special by the
Open all the year. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager.'S&i Ocala, Fla.Belleair .- THE. OCALA HOUSE, Now Open. NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .

I'. F. ItllOWN, ManaKur.


W. A. IIAKRON, Manager. Plonsantly located near the largo hotels. Lnrgo airy rooms. Good
M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Pure llltcied rain water. Terms, f l.M) pur day; f7 to 10 per week.J. .
Punta Gorda, Fla.- the punta gokda hotel, now opon.F. J. WHITE, l

Now Furniture and Fixture* throughout.Electrio u"t
Fort FORT M VERS HOTEL, Now Open.y. .
bells In every room. Fronting the Old MyerS, Fla.THE WKHT PALM iniACir.
Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, II. AlillOTT, Manager.KiSSimmee ;
<<: with fine ocean view. All wlilto help. Rates
JSfc. fi no per day and upward. Special weekly rates. Fla.THE KISSIMMEE HOTEL, NowOpen.L. Seminole Hotel *
; Sample room.AZA E. MULLOCK, Manager.

Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to railway OPEN ALL THE YEAR.
HOTEL or Bteamshlp rates, or sleeping car lines and time cards.

centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantio 13. W. WRENN, raHsongor Trafflo Manager, This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience
. Splendid view from Its long and broad verandas. 'Rates, $2.00 per day and Savannah, Ga.OUMONO. the railway depot. Free 'buss to ami from trains. I touts attached to )
rd; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per
A. S. PELL. upwards; special rates by tho week or month.


Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January HOTEL COQUINA, ORMOND-IJY-TIIE-SEA, FLA.

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. Open for Winter Season of 18fiJ, Dec. 15th.Wheeling. Fine surf bathing, fishing and HOTEL BISCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA,
GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.DAYTONA. Sea Food a Specialty. ,
SEISER A VINING, Proprietors, NOW OPEN. Rates, ft per day and up. Special

Commercial rates. II. E. BEMIS,

.NEW ISO rooms. 800 feet of broad

ie Holly Inn * Dayton Fla. 1-2Is? it .. YORK... Graham's' Hotel Tho ida. most Largo TABLE complete, light and office airy In

Rates, *2.S<> per day and
Located on the beautiful Halifax. MIAMI, FLA. 8. GRAHAM, l>

The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city.O. .


Proprietor..LMETTO .

HOUSE Perfectly new hotel with all modern improvements. Located on
block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splondld view of BiscaynoBay.
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.i $i per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.COHONAIM .1s.

the banks of the Halifax
i now open for the winter season. Situated on
.. Fine hunting and fishing locality. ) URACIL .
Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate.-


On I'enlnmila, hnnmilM N w Smyrna, Open all
(Ural Tithing, Hunting,and lurf hathinic; 10 milmi of haril lieacb y hotel c.rrUc.a!
trains. Ilaten,Si ou par nay| Special late* by woelc or month Iimtnffli-> Now
V7. II. NJCVt CLL, }*

the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.arge .

airy and well-famished rooms, with all modern conveniences, electric SOUTHERNERS "Wantod wflk.

.. bells, etc.lenty In every section at onca to sell
of shade outside hotel makes it a delightful place for children.K.TES VISITING NEW YORK CITY will goods to dealers; no peddling;
best side Uoe.>
:"$2.50 to $3.00 per day; $12.50 to $18.00 per week.ngare And good accommodations, at reasonable month. Salary and expenses'
your rooms at once. prices, at 74 Clin ton Place. commission made. Addr *, <
Address, One door from Fifth Avenue, and close stamp tot sealed particular*,1
SYD3TEY BAIGH, *., to"WaaUrnrto 'frSvabfMM, Tla. Refer t*Mitor of t U paper. nUf phto. ' ''** '"

::; Ws /** :'* *? *,


and have been much encouraged In On our Inside pages will be found Birds an l Animals Mounted
IRMlllSlisei their efforts by tlier ready Interest articles upon the "Religion of Marriage,"

shown and hope to have the assistance "Nassau to have a New Hotel," "Mile In the best style. Address R. C.Scilmgeour (Successor to I.ovett& Carroll.)
of all. They were nrmro than fortunate %
Tickets Withdrawn "Lettuce Culture
i ii li ;kiwmmmm in known having under4.be Miss Warner mm hk, of plume Meriltt of Helen(well- from age ,"Wabasso"Pineapple, etc.II. .in Diptheila," Notes avenue (corner, taxidermist of Main ,street Washington), Titusvllle GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All

Harcourt), to assist them In organizing, FU.
Miss Warner being an ardent worker intho S. Meador, the barber, has a Crockery-Glass and Tinwaie.TITUSVILLE Your patronage >, ..iictt 4
Avllah. f white assistant, and Is better prepared SnOE REPAIRING. S. J. Meador, of -
Donations, such as chairs, lamps, than ever to attend to the wants of those Columbia, S. C, has taken the business FLORIDA.
books, papers and magazines, would be requiring anything done in the tonsorlalline. recently vacated by J A. Daugh-
JOlT" Heading notlc ndH, on this page very acceptable and much appreciated His place of business Is on Washington try, and wfll attend to the repaing of
t.ro live cunts per lino per week.iJfancy Let each one do their pair, however avenue. boots and shoes. Next to barber shop.To Hj_ LfSjaTCiaaC-e. <2z BRq.
small, and we cannot fall to make it apiaisowortliy

Pineapple Slips cV Suckers odicers institution.Tho elected for. 1808 nre as Take Cancarets Cora Constipation Candv Cathartic.Forever.lOoorSSo.II Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, }>

for Stile.Abbakas follows: Vice-president, Mrs. W. II.Glenaon East Coast Meat Market a C,a fall to cure,druggists refund money. And Food Piodncts of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal (j .
; Recording Sec'y, Miss Mary (I.Gl Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusive
Egyptian Queen, Golden bert; Corresponding fecc'y, Mrs. W.J. the above line of goods. We invite your cotrespondence and solicit jout ,,
KtJiuuen, Porto Itioo. Smooth Cayenne and Nexbltt Tieas. Mrs. J. II. D. Smith. alro
O. F DUREN, Agent.Titusville ROBBINS & Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville .
td Spanish. Apply toMadoock Standing committees: Library, Mis. G.F. p.FIRE.
A Mattiiams, Llanna, chairman; Mrs. Mclntlre,
"Palm Beach Pinery," Miss Dart,. Miss Hodgson, Miss' Gilbert,
West Palm Beach, Fla.Pancy Mrs. Bralnerd, Mrs. Geo. Gleason, .Mi*. ....Lawyore.A .
Will Gleason. Village Improvement:

\ Pineapple Plants. Mrs. W. J. Nesbttt, chaiiman; Mrs. Albert WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND LIFE.
Bennett, Mrs. J. h, Harrison, Mrs. The "Old Hartford," Equitable Life
Ilardy, vigorous, grown without shelvber Watts, Mrs. Botsfoid, Miss Gilbert.Mr. UNITED STATES COURTS. and other well known Companies. Assurance Corapi.KST" .

smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbaka.mad Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc.
Jamaica Klploy plants for gale. Flagler Kntertained ut Nsamtn. GEO. B. RUMPn, Jn.,
K. C. B. Tyndali., ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Agent, Titusville, Flondi
Wavoland, Fla.'Guarantee .
On Wednesday evening of last week, a for. Lands in Brevard and Dade
dinner was given In honor of Mr. II. M.Flagler .
12 per cent Interest. at the Royal Victoria hotel by Counties.We G. CARY-ELWES
the members of the two branches of the Florida. ,
Eleven acres land, fronts on Indian Nassau legislature. There were a large
'And Banana ltlver; small cottage, 2 arte- number of distinguished guests present, FIRE &. LIFE INSURANCE
pineapple plants, shipped over 200crates Smith, K. C. M. O., and other high government ... Representing tho Liverpool & London <& Globe Insurance Company, and
test soatton; Riiavns, mangoes, Japan persimmons officials. Vice-President J. R.Parrott of Lands owned by
CITY, FLA. Mutual Life Insurance Company of New York.U3 .
And other fruits on place. Price Trafllo Manager J. P. Beckwith, ,
1,000. Address B, Advocate office.Titustille Supt. R. T. Ooff, of the K. E. C. R'y.; Centrally located; convenient to the ourselves and clients. Your Business Solicited.
Contractor J. A. McDonald and Messrs.R. .
Fla. postoffice and steamboat landings.
W. Paisons E. M and TITUSVILLE, FLORID i.Losloy .
Ashley F. W. attention given to commercial travel. Price for unimproved
Kettle were also Invited guests to the
Only first-class hotel in the city open all
Rare Cliance.t banquet, which was.almost, auspicious tho Rates to $100
year. $2 per day; special by lands $3
and successful alfair. the week. IDA M. HECTOR.JACKSONVILLE. .

For sale, on Ridgowood avenue, Day- per acre.WE <& Motlowv
t bona, a very nice residence and improved Good Investment.'Take .
lot, In a deslrablo location. House Js
have a few Residence, Oiange (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER A CO.)
> now rented, and pays ton per cent net.tThl .
Is well woitli your attention. Fifty acres of land In Rockledge, SO in Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Bums Gins and Waist
Address, F. L. A., trees (all in bearing this season); ia- Foreign ;

Caro A vocatr office. roomed house, new; railroad runs FLA. locations. Prices Reasonable. Bottled Beers Ales and tont.A .
through tho grove; 225 feet front onliver for the (DRs of I.IQCOB, OPIUM,MOBFH1NK
;- half mile from three fine hotels. COCAINE, TOB1CCO aad ClSABKTlK HABITS. First-class Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Table
Note of This. 92 ,000 will take Improvements and the Adopted by tho U. S.Government.Tr .
fifty acres. Address lafterMBllvB odtlrM* It..I / InlllHU, jMkMavIIU,*1* Offices : }( TITUSVILLE Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given to e.ordors. .
For sale a comfortable home, situated G. S. SmoLKTOW, New Sanitarian, Cor. Dal a sad Ilogaa St*. and MIAMI. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, TitusvilleJ.L.

-en tho Halifax River, at Poit Orange; Cocoa, Fla.Rockledge. .
large and nicely laid out grounds; live
miles Boutli of Daytona. House is large

-.*nd completely furnished, with three CHESEBRO BROTHERS FL DECKER,
cres of land surrounding It, planted in.a **

variety of fruit tieos orange, grape, -]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of ::.[-
to. Fine locality for fishing and hunttmtig. The Advocatb Is read with much Interest
For further particulars addiessMits. by tho residents and tourists ofRockledge WHOLESALE

Daytona, FJa.JOSEPH .
dance given at the Hotel Indian
River last Friday waa a grand success. QOMMISSON JPlSH JEALERS) ,
ZAPF.WIIOLKSAIK The parlors and veranda were crowded
with throngs of people.Mr. .
Also and Turned Work Brick Lime Cei
DKALKIIMenserBnscli .and MrsMattlnson and son, altera No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York. Mouldings ; |
stay at Daytona, have decided to return *
Brewing Ass'nFamous to Rockledge. They have found no SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Blueflsh, Red and Crates of All Descriptions
place that they find so satisfactory
as Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
St. Louis Lngor Boer. the gem of the Indian River. They were
Sold by Losloy A Renaker, Titusville. very pi.pul.ir at the Now Rockledge Stencils promptly supplied. Refeiences furnished If desired.
hotel, and they will find a hearty welcome
Manufacturer ofSoda and MineialWaters. James PritchaRd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
tbem their
awaiting on .return to
Wholesale Liquor Doaler. Rocklodgo. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.

3A.NFORD, FLORIDA The first song service of tho season

was held in the pnrlor of the New Rock COHEN BROTHERS. INDIAN 'RIVER STATE BA1
ledge hotel on Sunday evening last. The
tbenis Shea. pailor was crowded with guests and residents ..
. of the place, while a number listened (Incorporated tinder the Laws of the State of Florida.)

tho to verandas.the grand Tlieso old gospel services hymns are from very Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville, Fla. Authorized capital, $100OC

popular with the Rockledge people, who Paid up capital, $25CC
Men's Clothing from feel under obligations to Mr. Horace P.bhareB THE LEADINO DRY GOODS nOUSE IN THE STATE.To Average deposits, $150OC
tho originator of them.
all who request we will send Samples free of chaige. Write for Samples.
The plcnlo held by tho General BankioBusiness.
Merchant Tailors.No. of Rockledge and vicinity young on Saturday people Try It Our Mail Oidor Department; the most complete quick service. Transacts a

Inst at Dr. Soolleld's pavilion, ovei looking Orders flllod same day as received. We.pay express on all goods ordered of us totho

the Indian River, proved to be very amount of $3.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies .
and and
interesting enjoyable, the Ai>-
420 Broome St., vocatk reptesentative missed a treat by the order, Largest and Oldest Bank on the i

not being present. Early in the day the In Dress Goods and Silks sold all Foreign Countnti
Exchange on
i ( young people 'were to be seen carrying New Spring Styles
Corner Crosby St. thnfr provisions to tho appointed spot, Now Ready. DIRECTORS:
and using their blcvclos as freight wag IHof
ons. Mr. Mark Allen was seen on the Address: JS.FRITOHA the National Banket, Jacksonville).JDckkbb
Parlor. load with a nlura pudding hanging by aoord COHEN BROTHERS, (Vice-President National Bun
'Shaving around his neck, while his companion Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville), and W. M. BuovfH.
balanced a Jar of Iced olives on his CORRESPONDENTS.
Jacksonville Florida.
handle bars. Seaboard National Rank of New\ort'
The young misses rode their wheels National Bank of Jaokuocvllle.
with baskets in one hand, with all the
skill of Indian maidens on their ponies. Spots on Old Sol's Face

Arriving at the pavilion, the voting men That makes it look like that of Fitz-
'ft'* ll-ftIWt3T-| ..'. S "**' built fires, roasted oysters (a barrel having simmons after his bout with C'orbett, has
| i : boon generously provided by Mr. been attracting the attention of astronomers
Hempstead), baked potatoes and broiled lately, but no more so than the Groceries How Is This !
fish while the ladies, with all the
; young that we are selling at such surprising low
giaco of experienced matrons, set the Kerosene .
priaes. Oil, in drums 15c. per gal.15o.
tables. Such a spoctaclo of industry They won't lost long better call inearly. Gasoline per gal.90c. .
and well for the housekeeping
skill promises .
Cylinder oil for naphtha engines. per gal.
of the future.
We have other things in
The dinner was ono that would have JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
appealed to the Qiitlcal appetite of a king.Tho Hardware Tinware etc
Graniteware Stoves
merry party set to woi k with their Commission Merchant* and dealers inOroceiies ]
eager appetites, and the victuals did certainly Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquors, At similar ,
vanish with surprising rapidity. prices.
While seated at tho tables, Mr, Rossiterarilved JACKSONVILLE, FLA.53T How do we do it ? Send us an order'and
and secured Borne veiy line Consignments of country produce see.O.. F. PADDISON- CO.,
views. Dinner over, the party organized I solicited. Eau Gallle, K
/ iniiS
H. S. MEADOR, Itself into a glee club, and made the i

Washington Avenue, trees ring with college airs, and also Indulged
in various Interestin games.It FDR SALE. Home-Crown
was a very Interesting party; and, ESTABLISHED 1378.Wm. .
with everything so favorable, the hours
sped along like so many minutes. A A. BOUiiS & CO. PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND. SUCKERS
PUBLIC LIBRARY AT EAU vote of thanks was passed for Dr. Scofleld -
who so gonerously superintended Of the following Varieties :
GALLIE. the affair. Gieat credit is due Miss GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS.
Bessie Smith (of Pompton Lakes, N. J.,) Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Qieen, Ripley Queen, Smoct
An enthuslastlce meeting was held and Miss Hartwcll (of Chicago), who originated 0 East Ray Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Friday, Jan. 21st, at Mis. W. .1. Ncsliltt's the picnio, and worked so lndusttlously We liandlo"only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Hay, Cayenne,. Pernambnc9 and Red Spanish.

rooms, for tho purpose of organizing for its success.As Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and Apply to O. C. MATT/HAMS. Florida Tlneapple Co.,
an Enu Uallie brancli of the Indian the shadows began to lengthen the dark at wholesale. State agents for Tjgert-Allen Fertilizer Co. West ralm Beach,I
River Avil.ih. Tho latter organization merry party cyclod.to Rockledge, and as Bur Brand Fertill* n Ouarant e at Cocoa, which has gained for Itself artortliy they In their brightest colors rode IWme, Nitrate Sixla, Muriate of fotaah.Sulphate l'ntanh, Kalnlt, etc The e fertilizer* have no
reputation, and has alroady enrolled along the shore among the trees, it afforded superior In tbe market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.SAMUKL .

Rockledge, Merritt and lndianol.1, a very pretty sight. So ended United
now offers us its assiatanoe, and our one of the most successful and enjoyable States Twine & Net Co
ladies have bcon nulck to seize this opportunity experiences of the Reason. D. MILLER. CLASESCK O. MILLER.S. .
to supply a long-felt want..A 9Ilcaiitiful Fetabllahed 1841.
4 public library and reading room Home Sites at Itocklcdge. 23 Fulton St., New York, N. Y.
oulU not only be a benefit to our town
and people, an eduoatlon to our children B- MILLER & CO Headquarters for All Kinds.of
but an attraction and place of .

amusement to tho visitors, and tourists II. C. Eyer, dealer in real estate, Rock ,
-who honor us during the'hinter. We&lsh lodgo, Fla., has some very beautiful WHOLESALE FISH NETS and all.
to our village as well
improve as homes, lots and orange groves, on the
our minds by showing ao intelligent appreciation banks of Indian River, for sale, at a low COMMISSION FISH DEALERS .
of the groat world of art and price. Write or call upon him. ,
letters, a thorough knowledge of our No. 7, Fulton Fish Market. New Tork.
local rich in Indian
own history, mounds, .NET FIXINGS
relics, antiquities, by taking an interest Surveyors, Take Notice.Surveyor' .
in the latest publications, our rent events Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish .
and topics of the day, following In tho
Mackerel Blue Fish etc All Cotton Olll s
our Nets are made of the Celebrated BRAND" *
of more-progressive places. To this theodolite, with tripod, for
-end the ladles hare been Instrumental In sale, cheap. Coat $200; will sell for $75cash. Refbrexces: Fulton and Market NationalTUnk, or any Wholesale Fish dealer la 'LINEN 8 GILL 1 ? no f own brand, not sold elsewhere.
securing the old poatoffice as a suitable Apply to II. J. Trrrrw, the United States.jy NITS, of the best thread obtainable.
ylace being central and convenient to all, Courtenay, Fla. Stencils furnished on application. tarred K Xitytom] ?? ?ttonnaKn, Stretched tfl
Rope. Clothing, oars, etc, etc. Write for prices, It

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