Title: Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00171
 Material Information
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: February 18, 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: VID00171
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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should call at F. W. Boers' afr Screven's Drug Store, just received at S. XV. Carrol's.Mr. your choice any hat in our window

I Topic* of General Interest.y store in 'the Cordova block and seethe Tltusville. 7A conts, worth up to $1.00.G Wiikrk tk stop.
new !I8 models of the Rambler, A ItU.iK H A Wa ikkii, our 7th page.Tho .
Crescent, Victor, Ideal, Wolff, Cleveland II. M. Flagler and his son paid
and General Gossip In connection ,. Stearns, Remington, Barnes, Miami a visit this week.Mr. Holly Inn,
h BUcayne Bay, fcake forth, Indian, Tribune. Fearless and Phoenix wheels meal, hay and grain S., call W.on Cakkoli-or write J. O. Walton was in Daytona Capt. N. N. Penny, of Nathan, Is In full of guests,

i na and Halifax Rlnn, Key We tI the largest assortment in the stato.Mr. part of Wednesduv nnd yesterday putting town today.Mr Gen'l. Supt. C. B.

I all other Important Points Uriel mention along the of The season of Lent commences next things In order at tho Daytonian Jas. McComb, Jr., of New York, iting hU hotels nt

cresting it Coast of Events Florida.from Various Parts E. C. Johnson, one of Cocoa's week with Ash Wednesday, ou the 23rdInst. office, which is still open. arrived In town, yesterday, and will und Miami this week.

the World J About People You Know prominent merchants, was in town on Traffic Manager Bock with has gonoto make a trip down the East Coast.Tliero Hotel Conolly,

| People You Don't Know' Picked Monday and Tuesday. Sir Gilbert Carter, K. C M. G., the Nassau, wlicio he was called on important was a v ry enjoyable danoo at quite a good bindncss

by Oar Society Editor and a large iaff The Right Rev. Bishop Wm. Crane new governor of the Hahamas, is expected business In the Interest of tho the Opera House, in town, last nitflit, quite popular house.

Correspondent* scattered along the Gray will visit St. Gabriel's church, Tltusville soon to leave England for Nassau.Col. East Coast Kitilway.Mr. Mrs. Ittwwell Coleman utTotdtng excellent Golf holds full

it Coast of Florida.Or. on Sunday evening, March 13. Wm. Huston and son, two ofCocoa's John Anderson, ono of the popular muslo for the occasion. among quite a

The members of St. Gabriel's Guild prominent winter icsidonts, members of Hotel Omtond, took a Judge M, S. Jones retm ned home on guests, who are at it

J. L Enos, of Enos, was In town will meet at the lesidence of Mrs. E. B. were among the pleasanfvlsltorsto town party of ladies and gentlemen toeNewSmyrna Monday from n visit to Foit Plcieo and The Windsor Hotel

first of tlia weekt and pave us a call..Col. Wager, in South Tltusville, this (Friday) Wednesday, and return pn Wednesday.Mr. St. Lucie. Ifo rnnio up on Senator M.S. hereafter bo managed

D. L. Gaulden spent a day or soaytona afternoon, at the usual hour.Mr. Captain J. n. Smith, of the steamer Thos. F. Ncvlns, Son'r., and Mr.F. . Q.uny'B private ear. known as the the-
the first of the week on buslmatters. A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, St. Sebastian, has been .spending the J, Nevlns, Jr., of Brooklyn, N. Y., Will McCormlck, nfter spending a Alfred Warren C.K.Ilibbaid,are

Mich., who is spending the winter at week with his family in Jacksonville. who are spending the winter at Merritt couple of weeks or so with his parents first .
made a fiying trip to Tltusville anil return at Cocoanut Grove, passed thiougli here year.Mr.
Captain Mercier has been In command ofthe.above
Owing to lack of space, much corresilence various places on the East Coast, was in
has been crowded out of this town from Saturday until Monday last.Mr. stoamer during Capt. Smith'sabsence. on Wcduosday.Dr. Wednesday, en route to Philadelphia.Geo. Fred Sterry,

E. J. McCrackln, a guest of The Wray, the piano tuner, of Daytona Royal Poinclana nnd
e. J. B. Terry, president of the is enthiist
Mr. J. G. Bast of the Royal Inn, Talm Bench, delighted tho worshl| was a pleasant caller at this office Heiioh. nn
Southold Southold manager
The Indian River Band seranaded at Savings Bank, N. Y., chairmanjiif the golf
at the Royal Poinclana chapel Sunday yesterday, lie leaves to-day for t'lioitu
ers ,
ia town last is again in Tltusville having his Buckliounds Inn at Courtenay, came upIn ,
nil of the. residences property handicap tournament
his naphtha launch to Tltusville last, with his rendition of "O, Holy Eau (iallie, Melbourne and other point*.
put in a good stafo of repair. Bench
inlay night.Mr. commencing
Dr. McCrackin's voice
Wednesday, to attend the Board of Trade City. was
Allen Campbell, of Melbourne, Archdeacon B. Fi Brown will open meeting that night, in his capacity as admirably* ndapted to this beautiful THE BEST CROWN'ELGIN llUTTKItat The sacred.concert
in town part of- Monday and Tues- the new Episcopal church at Enu Gallic, secretary of the organization. Ho returned selection of sacred musio, and his singing S. W. Carroll's.Mr tunda of the Royal

and gave our office a pleasant call.At for the first service, on Sunday next, the yesterday morning. was much appreciated by the con 11)Hip D. Armour, Jr., son of Beach, .n Sunday
20th inst. Services'at 10:30: a. m. and congregation. Millionaire Armour of woildwldoante ly attended by an
the Daytonian office, Daytona, 7:30 Miss Bertha L. Barrelle arrived here ,
m.Mr. nnd tho orchestra
p. bis wife
accompanied by passed through
W. R. Watson nnd daughter ,
of woik dune from Waterbury Conn.- Saturday last, ,
kinds ,
all job
>u can and Ret expeditiously."Old C. J. F. Campbell, a prominent on a visit to her sister, Mrs. Chas. K. Miss Mamie, of Jacksonville, accompanied here yesterday, In n private oar, 'on his encorea.At .

;.Uly Melbournelte, was in town from Wednesday Kenyan, and will remain south the balance by Miss Florence Watson, ofAckworth way to Palm ileacb.Mr the Miami hotel,

Marriage Cu'stoms.V by Lady to Thursday, attending to tax and of the winter. She has been staying Ga., were in Tltusville from J. Me I n tyro and wife,of Eau Claro, rniunda has been n
k, on our 2nd page, and other articles other matters. He took a peep at us with Mrs. 11. Roberts, at Mlms, this Friday until Saturday, on their way to Wis., who have been spending s.ivoral nnd amateur whist,
>ur inside pages, are "worth reading.Mrs. while hero.If week. Miami, to spend Sunday wllh Mr. Chas. weeks at Miami and Cocoanut (irovo, have their

Julia D. Tuttle, after a delight* intend visiting Nassau Or are 11. Watson. The above ladies, with Mrs. are now stopping at tho Holly Inn, Day guests there. This
you Mr. J. J. Jacob, a prominent resident Walter R. Watson, the Advocatk of the
visit to her daughter at Nassau, isin going to make any other sea trio, and of Clinton, W< Va.. arrived in town office a pleasant call gave on Saturday morn tona. Christian Bajorstad uroompanleHthem. ham.management
sojourning at her beautiful home are inclined to seasickness, read the on Friday last, and is staying at the ing. .

llami.WINECOCA. article entitled "Remedies for Seasickness Indian Rtver hotel. Mr. Jacob has been Mr, Ed. Sudlow, manager of the Many of tho former
," on 2nd page of this issue. coming here for several winters past, Prosident Geo. F. Miles, of the I. R.A Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., nriivod In ('equina, which'Is so
ICE-COLD and who and enjoys immensely the hunting this B. B. I. N. Co., was In Titusvillo a town, yustviday tontlond to matters In on a high bunk on the
illk shakes and bottled soda, go to.Gkudeh Senator M. S. Quay party, business ,
of hours last Saturday
& Orioos.Mr. have been enjoying the fishing at St.Lucio section alloids.Mr. couple the connection with Id* agency at this place, ing the ocean at
bent returning to St. Augustine various
for a couple of weeks or.so. left W. L. GleHsner commissioner letiirnlng to Jacksonville the samo day.Mr. to enjoy tno
same flay. Naturally, he Is very pleased themselves
D. S. Ilutchinson left here onnday presont
afternoon in his "duck" boat, on Monday, for Washington, where his of immigration for the G. 3. & F. Railway with the big business the Indian River C. M. Merrick nnd wife, and the Ing Is said to be

fishing and hunting, trip along the the Senator has gone. to attend to was in town Tuesday, and paid steamers are doing, ami expressed bis Misses Fannlo and Mabel Merriek, of and a number 4>( the
t Coast as far as Miami.Mrs. senatorial duties. our sanctum a visit. He came here for sentiments to that effect. Both tho St. New Brighton, Pa., are again nt IlotelOrniond tage of Iv. "
Messrs. Z.. Castlebury, of Atlanta, the purpose of making inquiries respecting Sebastian nnd St. Augustine haven huge for the winter. Mr. Merilok Isan

Jas. P. Goldsmith, accompanied Ga. ; and W. II. Colquitt and son, of the the tannin extract woiks at this passenger list from here evt>ry day, from ardent disciple of Sir Isaao Walton.Mrs. An Advocate

her little girl, went down as far askledge same city, were passengers on Monday's place, in the interests of the above railroad the J., T. A K. W. and F. K. C. trains.Mr. . A. P. Hudson nnd her friend urday afternoon social last.,
: Saturday last, on a visit to southbound train, en route to Cocoanut company.We .,Miles hi rived again in town yestorterd.iy Miss New Rocholle N. Y.
husband, returning to town on TuesMrs. Grove visit to their friend, Mr. and boarded tho St. AugUBtine Undoililll.of v-hold in front -of
on a ,
beg to acknowledge, with many rtro at present enjoying a trip to the ana, under the, shade
Kirk Monroe, the celebrated novelist.Mr. thanks, receipt of a green turtle from for Rockledgo.Capt. East Coast. Mrs. Hudson Is lurgoly interested cocoanut trees.

R. M..Green, after a pleasant A. C. Dittmar, of the new lumber Mr. Chns. Philipsen, who Is now at and Mrs. C. G. do Longueuil, in. the Fleming Grnnt at Roseland. things lively with Ita

y of some weeks with her sister, Mrs.J. and building material firm of Ditt Canaveral, superintending the establishment valued Advocate subscribers, have been rmislo, tea, Ices and

Egger, at Miami, returned home toolika mar & Davis, returned to Fort Pierce of Mr. Geo. W Scobie's ocean fishing guests of Hotel Royal Poinclana, Palm Mr. and Mrs. II. W. Currier and Manager Sterry seems
Ala., last week, accompanied by last Saturday from Georgia, where he pound. A delicious stew a repast Beach, during the past two weeks or sn, their of alert to Introduce now
bright young-daughter Lynn
children and nurse.The had been on matters In connection with "fit for the gods" was the outcome of having arrived thero from Rockledgo.Mrs. arrived Hotel Ormond, irumorotis guests.Tho .
Mass. at
his business. Messrs. Dittmar A Davis this welcome "sea-hen, and it goes Longueuil Informed our representative
tourist travel to the Florida for the remainder of tho season. dance -
builders.Mr. without saying that the same was highly Palm Reach to by
also contractors and that they went to
st Coast has commenced in earnest are relished editor.Mr. Their numerous fi lends are delighted to Royal Poinclana, Palm
iv, and the cars going south are well W. W. Russell, manager of' the by ye spend a couple of days, but they were so again see them on the East (.'oast.Capt. night last, was well
could Palm.'t
that that
cd every day. Most of the hotels Cincinnatus Farms Railway, who has Charles J. Edwards, a brilliant charmed with place they crowd of dancers, who
Captain A. J. Lowis of Fort' Pierce
tear themselves'away. ,
lort a good and increasing, patronage.The been spending the past ten months In New descriptive writer on tho staff of the hardly fantastic" until about :
Brooklyn Eagle, who has been on a trip nnd Mrs. Longueuil spend the summer lias been In town several days this week,
Misses Emma and Grace liar* York, was a passengor on yesterday'ssouthbound to Miami and Palm Bench informed us on their beautiful estate in Scotland. In attendance nt tho County Court, as gowns worn by tho
train route to Sebastian. took In the dance
b, of Rockledgo, attended the dance en attorney for R. L. Brown In the assump party
that he intended few
his spending a days 'to this
visitors town
His friends are giad to see Among the pretty, the various
''en at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. B.Ives many sit case of Hrown vs. Russell, We acknowledge
this week with that Democratio
jovial countenance on Indian River great week were; J. A. Booth, Brantley; R. call.Mrs. air of* etichifntniont
at LaGrange Tuesday a pleasant .
leader Mr. Hugh McLaughlin and Mr.
steamer. again. Harper, Banyan ; E. M. Whaley, Courts- scene.At .
urnlng home Wednesday per Thomas F. Nevlns, at Merritt. Mi*. Edwards nay; D. Miller, Hay View ; J. De V.Sams Jas. P. Vinlng' chaperoned npaity
change has been made in the time Mr. nenry M. Flagler returned to has been having some excellent Courteniiy; B. D. Jernegan, Banyan of ladles and gentlemen to Ponce the Hotel

the northbound train No. 74, which Palm Beach on a special train, about sport fishing on the East Coast.Col. ; D. R.' Johnson, E. C. Johnson, Park on Wednesday. The trip was mudrfon life nnd activity, and

w meets the southbound train attusvllle 3:110: o'clock Sunday afternoon. He had C. Hale, a well-known and hlglilyrespoctod Cocoa; It. Wills, E. Francis, Palm their wheels ns far as the lighthouse; llemis Is. beginning to
instead of 3:42m. : been as far as Jacksonville to meet some Lemon P. A.McMillan returned tho steamer Kittle to will find rponi for
at 2:53: p. m., steamboat veteran, of Jacksonville Reach: J. J. Soar, City: they on
and Miss and euohro
Dick Whist
as heretofore.Miss friends Mr. and Mrs. who arrived in town Monday, and ; Banyan; F. L> Whltiork, Daytona, and from tltero'mountod their while tho
Cumroings, of Wilmington, N. C., Russell Lucie II.Wat for Hotel Ormond evening,
J. .St. ; blcyoles Coqulna, ,
in the office of Courtenay;
Kate Pritchard, after a pleasant have been his guests at Palm Beach this now occupies a position been lawn tennis, and
Clifton J. D. Crabb Cocoa. their headquarters.Dr. .
y of several weeks with ber sister, week. They are quite a jovial trio, and Indian River & Bay Bisoayno Inland ton, ; the extensive court has

a. F. T. Badge, at Miami, and'Mrs. M.Gruber will add considerably to the social life of Navigation'Co.' at this placowhere he Miss Laura Woodward, a t: Iented Johnson and his Wight, young of expert players.
at West Palm Beach, re- Palm Beach.Mr. formerly ''held the fort" as chief clerk artist, who has a studio near daughter. Miss Rnta, who have spent of Izaak Walton are
ned to town yesterday, accompanied of the Indian Rivor Steamboat Cd. His Hotel Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach, about thro* months at the Indian River headquarters there,
Mr. F. T. Budge.Mr. and Mrs. Peter Doelger, of New many friends are glad to see him In Tltusville kindly showed our representative some hotel, Tltusville, left for their home nt sport on the waters of
York, accompanied by F. Von Der Hayden again.Mr. very pretty water-color drawings she Sussex, N. H., yesterday. 'They niacin
and Mrs. A. Appleton and Mr.n. of Frankfort, Germany, after spending We noticed on a
Arthur valued Advocate had on exhibition, the first of the week. many friends while here, imd they will
Thompson residents ofooklyn the Ponce de Leon S.'Halgh, a of the Royal
prominent several days at They comprise mostly local scenes of the always be wolcomed back.Mr. .
subscriber and of Cat
N. Y., who have been sojouru- St. Augustine, arrived at Hotel Royal owner and remarkably prizes, presented
deon Cay Bahamas, was a rocent arrival at East Coast country, are Robt. R. Tletenberg of of the golf has
; for some time at Ilotel Ponce Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach, Sunday.Mr. Miss Woodward and her one who
St. Augustine, left for the Boyalinclana. Doelger is a son of the large New Cocoanut Grove, having brought over true to nature. In having visitors oldest manufacturing stationery houses over golf as he Is
Palm Beach, on Monday.Mr. York brewer of that name, whose sister his friend, Mr. *'. C. Mitchell, who was sister call take groat the pleasure studio and we thank in New York; Mr. and Mrs. Joseph at Canaveral. They
and brothertnlaw who reside on West on his way to Sydney, Australia, via San at Sample, Of a well-known dry good* liousoIn for the best score In
Frank Heath of New York, the them for their extreme courtesy to im
so delightfully entertained Francisco. Mr. Haigli resided at'Daytona Brooklyn; Com. Albert ll.tvckes, ex- tournament, a solid
rmer owner of the famous Dummittange End avenue of this paper while in some years ago, and he has many during our brief visit.Mrs. mayor of Richfield I'ark, N. Y., accomcompanlod with staghorn

grove, passed through Tltusville, New the proprietor York last summer.Mr. friends all along the East Coast. He isan Raymond and her two bright by his wife; and Alderman silver match box,
nday last, .en route home. He enthustastia yachtsman. On Mr.Halgh's daughters, the Misses Edith and Isabel!, and Mrs. Henry von Mlnderi, of Patullu Spanish coat-of-arms;

en spending a week or two very pleastly and Mrs. Chan. P. Poole and return home, he took on board of New York, after a trip through England restaurant and cafe house, N. Y., were sterling-silver match

at Miami, where he owns property.Mr. Mrs. II, C. Perkins, of Philadelphia, his aunt Mrs. Reed and her son, who and other countries in Europe, are a pleasant party who stopped oil at Tltusville Hotel

and Mrs. O. P. Ilavens, of Jacknville were a pleasant trio whom an Advocate had arrived from England on a short now numbered among the prominent yesterday, to board the steamer and Royal the office

have -been enjoying a visit toe representative met on the East Coast a visit. guests at The Inn, Palm IJeaoh. The St. Sebastian for Rockledge, Palm Beach rapidly the all the

Royal Poinclana, Palm Beach; and few days ago. They were on their way Mr. L. C. Demarce, who lias acted above young ladies are welcome participants nnd other points along the East Coast.Wl'AV The movn staff Is composed

>yal Palm, Miami, this week. Mr.nvens to Miami, and intended stopping at Palm as editor anil manager of the Daytonian In nearly all the amusements that room clerk, who was
is not only a hail-fellow-well-met, Beach and St. Augustine on their return. for some time past, was in town from take place at the above resort, and they ?.wup.i f) 'OUOHH av XNVAVJIT" Tampa Hay hotel, lie

it is one of the finest photographers ine From the'latter place they were Saturday until Sunday last, greeting his are certainly very popular. They joinod with the Majestic In

state. going to New Orleans to attend the many friends and .acquaintances. He la the Peanut Party at the Royal Poinclana, MEUCnANTS, HOTELS, FAMIlies. Saratoga and ,tho

marJi gran. Mr. Poole Is a prominent well known ami universally liked, on this after the dance, Saturday, nifeht. The Fruit ami Vegetable Growers, This Is ills second year

For Hardware, and wealthy manufacturer of the above pafWof Indian Rtoer, and has also made other ladies In the party were Blackshear Mrs. Buckley etc., promptly supplied with help. Mr. O. J. McLaughlin

city. hosts of friends in Daytona during the and the Misses Otto, Address Wm. Ifr/nKR, Employment has been with Mr.

Lumber, Stoves Paints Oils and Shipandlery brief period in which he has wielded the Painter and Dibble. Mr. Elgin Curry Agent, 0 !>. Main st., Jacksonville. at the different hotels
was the principal mover In getting up
in the interests of that delightful
1 go to Edward Stiling, Cocoa, Send Your Laundry pen town and Its residents and visitors, by this party, in which an Advocate representative Springs.ment, at II.Lakewood II. ,
His and
stock is the largest prices was a participant.IMneupple Help AVunied.
the versatile and pleasant style which
from the.
e lowest on Indian River. To the Fountain City Steam Laundry, comes
makes him so popular with .
Fla. where first-class work isneatlyand eveyone.Mr. Saratoga, where he
Daytona, expeditiously, turned out. Demaree has now accepted a lucrative Grower* ! Two strong men. to cut cord wood. ten years. P. N. ( 1

Surveyors, Take Notice.Surveypr's Give us a trial, and you will be satisfied.E. position with Col. C. C. Post, at Steady work. Address or apply toW. Saratoga hotels and '

L. She An, Daytona. City Beautiful.licautlfiil Write us for prices on lumber and lath J. K., Advocate office, The head book-keeper ,
for sheds. We can give 'you rock-bot Tltusville, Fla. who runs the New
le theodolite, with tripod, Home Sites at ICockledge. tom prices. G. F. Faddisok A Co., Great Harrington
cheap. Cost $200; will sell for $73Mb. Fine Property For Sale. Eau Oallle, Fla.A setts, through the
Apply toII.. J. Tiffix, Fine Yacht for Mule. assistants are the

Coifrtenay, Fla.Rockledge and
Island a beautiful Valuable Opportunity. The Seminole. KHft. places,
Hector property, yawl-rigged yacht,
The In real Rock- well
II: C. Eyer, dealer estate, as competent
Florida Is for beam centre-board tlat
22ft 8ln.
at Melbourne, long, ,
place ledge, Fla., has some very beautiful the and several positions;
For sale iu Daytona, prettiest
Indian Illver,. sale. This Is a very'desirable* place- bottom: draws 31 Inches; seven staterooms
Indian River. The homes, lots and orange groves, on the best tourist town on the East Coast of main saloon galley water
on large ,
second to "
bank of Indian River for sale at a low The
Florida handsome new house, furnished
a hotel, dwelling a closets covered deck modern convenience
comprises ; every
Has one of the most attractive general property store and steamboat wharf; also price. Write or call upon him. complete. Has neverbeen occupied. and thoroughly equipped .1.1M .1i .1i .1rJll&

ores on the East Coast. You*can find house, Tangerine orange grove, banana < Has alne rooms and bath, hot and cold throughout; for sale at a sacrifice. The Indian Riveb
erythlng yon need there. Fitting out a other fruits, with'rare rhnibbery, Naphtha TJaunch for Sale. water. Sanitary plumbing. Beautifully Address Geo. Husrox, sale at the following
ulsing parties a specialty.Paxtox and tennis ground and artesian well. located 900 feet from, the banks of the Cocoa, Fla.jy cents per copy :

A Hatch, props. lawn buildings are all comparatively Naphtha launch, 30ft. long, 7ft. beam; Halifax River. Tltusville" Sirs.
The fitted with For further particulars apply toWixjcixso J. B.
.grounds are elegantly Improved. cabin plate glass'windows, ,
new, and leather cushions, etc.; Gas Engine A I'ABKHSOV, As an advertising medium, no St. Augustine i
Bones Wanted. Good terms. Tcbbt.Or Power Co's. engine: will be sold at a Or paytona, Fla. paper on tho East, Coast can beat the Ormond notel
Apply to owner, bargain, for cash. Apply to Mas. L M. Awdebsoic, Advocate. .Give ns a trial advt., Palm Beach The

Save yonr bones and send them to" the Joirx* Tltusville, Fla.; Geo. Hustow, 1014 I street, X. W., and be convinced of the pink paper'sworth. Royal
S. ,
ksonville to Miwob -
Jackttvllle Miami The
Fertilizer Co., South Melbourne Fla. Cocoa, Fla. Washington, D. C. Royal
Fla. will pay casa for them. or As. T. Hoeo, ,



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Canaveral. Magnolia .Grocery.
Those Dreadful Sores certainly looks like it, but there is ...

New York, Feb. i, '08. really no trick about It. Anybody can
The outlook for the bean crop fs good; try it who has lame back and weak kidneys H. A. HENJIY, PropriGfn

They Continued to Spread In Spite cucumbers and tomatoes' are well advanced. Editor Indian Rlvrr Advocate t malaria or nervous troubles. We Wholesale and Retail Dealer In "

Now Dear Sir: As probably a large number mean he can cure himself right away by
of Treatment but They are .
of the Advocate readers will take the taking Electrlo Bitters. This medicine
Healed-A Wonderful Work."For Tlie K'osh, Mrs. Burns' boat, left last delightful shoit sea trip from Miami to tones up the'system, acts as a stimulant J"! STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES *

many years I have been a great week tor f'ocmi, to return with groceiieM Nassau this winter, and as some of them to the liver and kidneys, is a blood purifier ,,

'sufferer with -vurioose veins on one of my leqd and fertilizers. aie inclined to sea-sickness, the following and nerve tonic. It cures constipation Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will) Pejfcj| I

limbs. My foot and limb became dread- rmedies, which I trust you will allow headache, fainting spells, sleeplessness
folly swollen. When I stood np I could Commodore Welsh, of Boston, together ma space in tbe pink paper to enumerate and fnelancholy. It is purely vegetable 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, fit

feel the blood rushing down the veins of with his charming wife, are daily out may be found useful in such cases a mild laxative, and restores the Telephone No. 255.GEORG .

this limb. One day I accidentally hit my in their hundsoma boat the fastest on A very 'good remedy choral, but system to its natural convinced'vigor.that Try they Electric area
'and be
the Bitters
whether it acts by simply
foot against some object and a sore broke the Itaniinn. "Unele Bill," Capt. W. miracle worker. Every bottle guaranteed.
nerves of the stomach, or by MARX. JOHN
out which continued to spread and was Keen, of Boston, Is oJho seen daily, fishing the susceptibility of the whole nervous Onlv 50 cents a bottle at F. S.Chaffee MARS.Wholesale .

exceedingly painful. I concluded I and hunting from one of his boats.Mrs. system, I do not know. At all events, a & Co's. drug store.

.needed a blood purifler qnd 1 began taking bordering passenger may take thirty grains of
fine home
Hood's Barsaparilli. In a short time Lucy choral when starting, fall Into a semi- Dealers InGroceiies -
those dreadful sores which had cansedme on I he Banana, Is a favored place drowsy state, and soon afterwards find Quite a number of yachts'now stop

so much suffering, began to heal. I for tin mo of lliu tourists who venture himself free) from sickness. Sometimes at north Titusville and south.to get supplies Yachtsmen while are going requested lE z-ULlt on.c3. ..IPxoa.u.ee

kept on faithfully with Hood's Barsaparilla here to go duck shpotlng on the river unit or two drops of pure chlorofoim, to note' tbe reliable firms Who 131 and 133 Kaet Kay Street and 6 .and 8 Newuan Street,

and In a short time my limb was and tarpon Untilog In tho Bight. Sixty- efficacious taken in a wineglass when a feeling of water of, will nausea prove isexperienced. are advertising in the Advocate; or Jaoltsonvlllo, p'loritij

completely healed find the sores gave meno nine tnijmn were caught and killed last The substance known as call at this office for Information when

more pain. I cannot be too thankful week. petroleum, mineral naphtha, or rock oil in need of supplies.IJucklen's ONE OF THE OLDEST FKUIT HOUSES IN THE

for the wonderful work Hood's Barsaparllia enjoys a high reputation in the treatment

has done for me." Mm. A. E.Giijon The orange growers are busy shipping.Mis. of seasickness. It should be taken Arnica Salve.

Hartland, Vermont. Burns has sold her crop at the top on going on board, a drop or two on a We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and CowTa,

price to a northern party. Captain small piece of sugar, and repeated every guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We

IOOd9SSparma Wilson, the Qnartermans and (Jol.Ilogan two or three hours. A pill containing The best. Salve In the salt world rheum for, fever cuts, your Oranges and-Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
threo of cieosoto Is another good bruises, sores, ulcers, JACKSONVILLE
are- also shipping heavy. Some to sores, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, FLA.E .
Is tlio liest In fact the One True Blood Purifier.Hood' remedy. Recent experiments seem and positively
corns' and all skin eruptions,
1(1110( boxes will be shipped altogether. show that cocaine Is a promising and ,

Pllla cure all liver ills.' 20 cents. They are all being shipped via Eau harmleaa remedy against seasickness.An eures Piles, or no pay required.It .

Gall le. authority on he subject recommends is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction WiNCnEMBACii, Manager. F. M. Bukst, Treasurt
refunded. Price 2!>o. per
be administered in doses Dt money
that the drug
Canaveral Bight is fast becoming an box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee & Co.Etlneate .
of { to I of a grain, dissolved in water
OLD MARRIAGE CUSTOMS.BY anchorage for the U. S. Navy. Four (1 In 10)), three times a day, with a small FLORIDA MACHINE WORKS

torpedo bo.Us came in a few days ago, piece of ice. A surgeon on board one of Tout llnwels With Crtscarets. ,
the vessels of the White Star line, running Candy C'ntniirile, euro constipation forever.10c .
LAl>Y/COOK (flrt TKNNE88KK CI.AFLI.N) and anchored at the outer buoy, remaining between Liverpool and New York, ,SSo. It C.C.C.fall,druggists refund money. IRON and BRASS CATSINGS.

over night. A strange sight Informed us that In obstinate cases he

[Continued from last issue.] occurred here last week; a torpedo boat had often obtained relief by the use of What do you need In the way of General Promptly & Accurately
Repairing Done
was seen coming up the const 2(1( knots Iced dry champagne. It is essential, he envelopes, note and letter heads, bill
'In the "Christen State of Matrimony," says, {hat the wine should be dry, for heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ?

published in the reign of Henry VIII., an hour, headed direct for the Canaveral sweet champagne only makes matters We shall be glad to have a share of your Iron Building Columns, Shafting, Pulleys, Hangt-
Bight fish pound, where Mr. Charles worse. In the Levant, the daily Internal work. We have a flrst-class lob department
complaint was made Of the "superfluouscatyngnnd and with for connected with the Advocatk, and Boxes in Stock.
Phllipscn is working night day use of Iron is a very common cure and
drinkyng" of tho "weddynf and all ask Is a.share of work. Sash Weights Grate
? his men putting in tho new pound, being sea-sickness. Sailors, when suffering we your Saw Mandrels of all Site
who to church either obtain their iron ina
people; enrao from this complaint,
built entirely op theoiies of his own, Bars a Specialty.
"halfo droncke" or "all together." very primitive manner, for they scrape Furnished.
Car Forever.
To Constipation
the- northern captain having made a
off of the rust adhering to the
a portion
''They come with a great noyso of harpes Take Cascarets Cujidv Cathartic. lOo or 25cIf
complete failure. As the boat came opposite anchor and anchor chain, and then swallow C. C. O. fall to cure,druggists refund money.

lutes, lcyttcs, basons and drommes, the pound It let go anchor, and it In a little water.
whorwytu they trouble the whole church Yours truly End of Viaduct in
minutes Telephone 102. Office and Shops at, RWeaiiJ
tho 13
for .next glasses weie
and liyndcr them in matters pertaining John A. Thompson. [Send the Advocate an order for' any
pointed at tho fish houses, boats and job printing you need.] JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.ALISX .
to God. And to the
even as they come
men; being satisfied, no doubt, that
churchc, so they go from Uhe churcheagayne Monilily School Statement.
there wcra no filibustering' expeditions When are about to buy anything
lyglit, nyco, in shameful pompe being fitted out it hove anchor and stood you the Advocatk cSc CO.
just cast a glance over
Statement for the month ending the ,
and wantonesse. After the bancket and
south. A few days ago an English boat columns, where.you will find tbe advts.of .
feast there begynneth a vayne, maddo 8thday of Feb., A D 1808, for Brevard many reliable merchants, whom we DEALERS IN3F
left after out the .northwester
safely riding
and unmannerly fashion, for the Vide* which prevailed, for four days.. A County, Florida.HECAriTTJI.ATrON.. should like our readers to patronize. *:m. T ixxes* eixxc3. XLcaLxiors,

must be brought into an dancing .
open Fulton Market fishing smack also left. 417. A 410 W. May St.,
place. Then there is audi a rennynge, Total receipts during month. . $ 415.80
She Is In search of bluefish and Is
1050.10 ,
loapynge and flyngyng among them, then Total expenditures
manned by twelve men.
tlioro is such a lyftlng up and discoveryngo ITEMIZED KECEIFTS. NEAR & TAYLOR RICH WINES create good, rich in
thy blood. Don't make the niUtalulbuying
of tbe damselles clothes and other Balance in treasury last report. 1 SO sour poor wine became itcheap.
board should
womonna's apparel, that a man might Every man having a keep From tax collector,'school levyt 388 28 (Successors to John MoAUister.) It is not. It has a nasty, (togreeable
it an eveii and natural color and if It Is
' poll tax 17 00 effect upon the system, vhlfe
think they were sworne to the Devol'sDuunco. not so already, use Buckingham's Pye Artesian Well Contractors good wine is really not expensive, at
State treasurer redemption of
and tidy. , gives you that pulled-together
This rough hilaiity was kept appear land,, tax '04, '1)5, '0(1( 8 23 satisfied feeling.
up until late at nlgbt. An old song EAU gXlLIE, FLA. We make a Specialty of North Orllim
Mountain Dew Corn \\blskey,tern
goes : White City.Wo Total receipts $415 89 years old, $2.50 per gallon.
Parties living in Dry Towns will 4
"And then tliey (lid foot It anil toss It, ITEMIZED EXPENDITURES.Jno THINGS IIAVR CHANQED.due. well to order from us. as we can sin
Tilt the niHik lultl hroiiRlit up the posset.The them 00 per cent,on all orders.V .
II Sams salary SuptA
lirUlo liye was brought forth are needing rain badly.J. .
A tiling of mlrklo worth.Ami L Hatch, roemb. Board % Always send money with orrtn.We
so all, at tlie tiuilxiile M. Orrel made a flying trip to Titusvlllo Dan E Miller " Time Works Wonders, and Herelu will not open new accounts links
1 Took leave of Arthur anil Ills brlilo," suitable Jacksonville reference is glvaNo
the other day. J S Snowden, Tills Fact is Clearly Goods sent C. O. V. to Dry Tots

But the not Florida Star, exp. Supt & Bd. . Agent for Indlanopolis llreving Ci
publicity was yet over."Next
C. II. Rooks left here Sunday for St. . D'empnstratcd.. Brewers and Bottlers,Indiannpojis,Is
Thos Johnson, reprs on bd'g.
morning came tho fiddlers and Augustine, on business.Geo. Hodgson Bros, reprs on bd'g. . Hercules Malt Tonic,$2.26 per case; Clayton &iKussell Wild Cherry Brandy, 4.S0 per cane.tt" .
Mm" the husband "a wicked A few years ago Dr.
( )
scrapo Beck leaves Monday for Vero, to A C Dltttnar, reprs on bd'gS Vincent came to Florida
jovolllez. The drums rattle, the Hopkins, reprs on bd'gIt anil began practice byadvertising.
take of sawmill.
charge a .
shaumes tote, the trumpets sound' tan E Mima, reprs on bd'gII a week he was In the less niost"talked than SAW AND PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLE TAHP,

f ta ra ra, and the whole street rings with Our people have commenced planting L Parker for W E Drawdy, about" man in Piilatka, Flu. E. Bay St., Foot of Catherlu.
tobacco of which reprs on bd'g . . the S ate. Physicians
out quite a large
the benedictions and good wishes of fiddlers crop L H Decker, reps bd'gs 101, 2 . were asked by their pa*
will be this dYPRESS COMPANY
planted spring. tlenta what they thought WILSON
.drummers, pipers and trumpettars' % J Houston, work on gutters about this l>r. Vincent. ,

You may snfoly say now, the J M. Orrel has bought two milk cows F T Budge, supplies Clinging to tha teaching

wedding's proclaimed." Safely indeed! from Pike & Stocks, who brought a carlond G F Taddison- stove 5 U0 of looking a decade'upon ngo the, new and Manufacturers ofv.
Ilaney School Fur Co balGeo . j 13
from northern Alabama.Nells corner as a sort of an interloper
and well might tho poet Gay Ask, "Are N Hatch, frt on fur . 10 67 their reply was

sounds like those.tho proper prelude toa Nelson has started a general Donaltne fc llenneberiy, furn. . 107I always the same and: "HeIs Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.A .

state of peace ?" If these boisterous repair shop here, and Is prepared to do II L Parker for Drawdy, furn. . ) fi,> ran't expert him to be*much an advertiser on that account., you" ,

Indecencies hnd not beou"opposed In the all kinds of wood iron and metal woVk.Mrs. R B Holmes, Inter on indebt'nessIKS 4 720II1J How wonderfully things have changed in a few .
bank, short months, '(o-day there is not an honest large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, .ceiling, siding, mouldings, shlcgle*

past, our observances to-day would be F. M. Busse, of Cbloago, loft on Ginn A Co, free text books. . . 11 07So. Crartitioner) In has the certainly city but cured who will many say of that the lath and pickets always on hand, 'thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypres"mouldings "

tar worse than they are. And If the the steamer Delia last Saturday for Palm Book depository 6 (14 worst kinds of chronic oases. Hut it is not the of all patterns a specialty.
Ida It Bates 4 28Advocatk physicians who are supposed to know of all
indecent publicity of to-day were to Beach, expecting to return in a couple pub. statements. . .". 2 (X) those cures, do where you will throughout the When at home, write us for prices; when up our wayj come and see us.
moot with no reprobation, Its evils mightbocom of weeks.Messrs.. city or State and you will hear of these cases.At .
the snuie time, Dr. Vincent does not claim tohe
e 'indefinitely prolonged.. For Franken and Erlckson of SUMMARY. infallible. He sometimes fails, but when he
alter all what I it but the glorification Teachers salaries doe**, the chances are that there is no hope for
Chicago, visited. White City recently, Other bills. .. the onse, no matter where he goes. In all cases W. B. DAWSON"
of sexual union more fitting for the he asks but a fair and impartial trial. That isall. .
selecting land for themselves and a number ,
aonsual worshippers of Prlapus or Venus of friends'. Total amt. bills paid $1050 10Tbe SPECIALTIES:

than for the Sober citizens of a Christian CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES of Wholesale and Retail
the Kye;Eart Nose, Throat, Lungs,Heart, Stomach
land P If a couple would oonso together, FREE A BEAUTIFUL PICTURE. Liver, llowels. Kidneys, Bladder, Nor>es,
Skin and Blood Chronio Ulcers (old sore leg).
why should they not do so ylthout Free pictures beautifully colored for Cancer, Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro
ostentation modestly and privately ? framing, and four copies of UP TO eele and Piles'guaranteed cured without using ME & LIQUOR MERCHAEnearl
the knife. Rheumatism, diseases peculiar to
DATE cf recent issues. Each issue has
What Is there In such a simple circumatiinoo women and Private Diseases of both sexes, are
beautiful colored back and front, and given special attention.Ho .
and universal that
so common so
from forty to fifty largo humorous pictures charge for consultation. Pees always reus,
domands the attontlon of others ? When by the famous artists of America. onable. Special rates for m .11 treatment.DR. .

we oomo to the birth of 'a child, however Will keep the whole family in good humor W. T. 8. VINCENT, Specialist. 119 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

and good reading for whole month Mohawk Block cor. Bay & Market Streets,
this Is another matter. This 'Is a a *
Jacksonville, Florida.
Send ten cents In stamps or silver toUP Fine Old and Wines Havana
titling causo of feast and joy, The babe TO DATE, Chicago, 111. Sundays Hours: 3:30 9 to to 12 S a.p.m.in.; 2 only.to 4 & to 8 p. m. Liquors, Imported ,
is and bond of love
only a pledge ,

but it Is a guarantee for the immortality Mexican and Florida Cigars..BTITVDE .
Life Is a battle field.
of the race. Our lives are short,< but
Rvery day brings its Ir I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of
thoy are renewed again in our children, fierce, unerasing confflct FANCY GROCERIES

as theirs will be In theirs. Those excite % *? multitudes; every night of leaves dead -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY frniSKEYS from $2.00 Ter Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Good*

hope and the fondness of parental care.Thsy and greater dyingThe than the horrors horrors of of disease.war are If alt no B3T" Price List upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.If .

nurture In us all noble longings tbe nations of the earth were at war against Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Gran yon wish to open an account yt>u must give flrst-class city references.tlnnlof .
and asplratfons. We desire In each other there
would be
worthy wrought within the no such carnage ite ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, Ice cream
them the absonce of our own Imperfections accomplished annually Tear by one as that dread which disease s freezers, Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, carden tools,

and the 'nprovoment of our better consumption. plows and harrows, paints and oils. Fruit jars and Jelly glasses, poultry netting_ Write for Wholesale Prices for Market Gardeners of..... *
qualities. >Ve welcome, thereforo, all And yet this moat fatal of all diseases is and barbed.wire, _
not without its remedy. It fs no longer tho
who can join in our hopes and rejoice fn irresistible destroyer that it was considered Harrison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints. ,

our joy. Thus every child, born of pure thirty years ago. An entirely new aspect is Plonse for Prices. RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS.
put upon the possibilities of this dreadful WrUG.me i respectfully solicit a por-
parents, is one of God's anointed a nVll",J' ?T the astounding remedial action prices answered your patronage.promptly.W given Prompt and Careful Attention, and inquiries for ,

Christ among men. lie comes to bleps, r pr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which 2H. 33. GrRTJa3IiIIl Selected and Grown for Florida
consumption by nourishing the Planting.
to heal and to purify. We have no aceouqt lungs with
an abundant
supply of pure,
of the marriage of the Virgin highly.vitalized blood. West Palm Beach, Fla. BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman, Jacksonville, Fla.

Alary in the Gospel legend. We hear ofno This stops the formation of tuberculous
matter, and builds up fresh tissue, muscular These prices are as low as the same seeds are sold by reputable Seedsmen b
marriage feast. But flesh and vital
or marriage energy. It gives digestive
when tho Christ of Chrlsts was born, powlr , the stomach which is too weak to f. J.'n\RKI9HKIMEJt, riei II. E. XIarkisueimer, Seo'y & Treas. New York, Philadelphia, etc., and the saving in time and freight will amount
aashnilate oily emulsions.
wlso men from a far land journeyed toBetlilehem wi2' ?52r',of *" ''. Mich.,writes teamm.tloo considerable.JtST" .
to do Him The Elgin Butter Company of Florida.
worship. Heaven of tha.lungs, and from that time np I IN CASE OF A FREEZE Remember me.
itJiolf was oponod, and the angelic choir
7iibt!? ' ,w<""<>* eold so easily it
that issuod therefrom sang to simple roulP J go to my lung*. At the age of nine WHOLESALE ONLY.BvLtter. .
1 *""Ttiad; there was pain in
? my lunrs.
shepherds In their night-watches the

song of peace and good-will towards men. with nicen;there was hoanenna and partial sudTJL - an.:

? fi -V h*,,> evidence In the case proves Ilood's 11,7.? dJL> ?sr"J0*"" o H longer
Sarsaparilla cures rheumatism, dyspepsia aL. lu,T. "' ".J "i"1 in weaker evry Our 4 Crown Butter la used Wood.Coal Coke Brick Lime/Cement/
catarrh, that tired feeling, scrofula, 72J' Lh ujstfriend snied tn why I did aot being by the best merchants throughout the State. ,
salt ought there Tha butter handled by us Is th product of one of the and best
rheum, bolls, humors and all blood was bo dm. bo more hcls for me aspottle largest Creameries

diseases.Hood's. in the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform In quality. Jitrifled Paring-and- Sidewalk Brick.!

X seeBied to teel better ic imSi.adlBhty. Merchants not wlll'do
receivioc our quotations
ns a f or by writing for same.WB

Tills are prompt, efficient, ,always
reliable, easy to take.- easyto op- SELL 02W.T. TO TIIS.TRADE; .This Is positive. 408 West Bay 8tre t, Jacksonville,'Flaw t Telephone 2*
rat*. aS'taraU, '
I lMve ae4 had cava hi tale sisio," THE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA. I V K.II 7NiTEBI.YNOeBelral; an r;

*m SJWTTr rat!

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Sofessional Cards. PROTECT YOUR ORANGE Notice of Intention to Apply tor

[ *. ROB Manufacturers of

GRAHAM, Jacksonville, Fla., Feb. 15, 1SDS.

Editor Indian Uivtr Advocate : NOTICE tnt is hrn-by mi to apply given to that his Kxiflloiiev the under-, Hotel and Furniture Sarno Fla.van Yellow Pine' Lumber
ATTOKNETS-AT-LAW, \\. 1>. llluxli imi Uov riH>r of Florida, upon Cottages .
Dear Sir: January 21st you were kind the 21st day of Kor.ru rv. A. 1). iwm, or a* *u ntliorsslwr ,
Houbs: From 10 to 12 a. m.} as practicable, for Lpiwrs lniei t ,
and 2 to 4 p. m.jsTiLLK enough to publish a letter from me, upon tus propone< Cli.irU's of "Dim Royal lltiok-
bulimia llunc.Clut>" hereto attaclirS : > llox Heads,
Brevard Co., Florida.X showing the orange growers of Florida < rNce

,108.rtctioe. how they could protect their groves CHARTKR. Fruit A Vegetable Crates,
all the courts state and fed from These Articles Witnessed, That the under. Lumber delivered at of Indian ltlveron
In frost. Since then I have met a signed hare assorlstml tliemwives ti elher to any part
bill of IikIIiiic- contemplating
I facilities (or examining and perfect-- large number of people who own groves form a Corporation under the laws of Florida.ARTiCUS thriuiirh hnllillnfr on the Kant Coast Anyone, would (In well to
I. write for prices. The Hawmill is situated on the
I and would
to adopt my plan, but The name nt title Corporation shall he "The J., T. K. W. Ity., 9 miles south or I'ulstka.Sut.Htiiim .

they tell me they have not the necessary Royal Biuktlmimls Hunt Club," ami Us principal Mights, lNitnum co.Fla.
S. JONES, cash to do so. place of tmniiie s will be at Courtney, Mro-
!Comity, Florida.

Now an idea comes to me, and it is ARTICLE 2. NATIONAL, = =- vHomeSeekers ==

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. \ this: Why don't the capitalists and those The purpose of this Corporation is the enter, *
most directly interested in the taiiiiuu of guests slid the members of this Oluh
SVIL.LE, BREVARD CO., FLA, prosperity with hnlicltiK, fuoil, hunting, tlshintr, yachting
of Florida, tome to the rescue; say anil other social amusements,and to iloall kiudsof

iinty Judge 6f Brevard County.L. fdr instance the railroads of Florida ? crops farming,and fruits, and,and the also frrowlnjr Ostrich of farming all kinds, ami>f REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

raining of cattle and horses, anil to
As the matter stands now the acquire
orange iiroix-rty and improve it, and to own and buy
growers do all they can to retard the and sell lands. It may do all things necessary
OAULDEN, and projier for the purpose of conducting sslil Exchanging Vroporty for Property aSpecialty.
growth of trees in winter, fearng) they business, and shall nave all the power and privileges Send of what
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, will be nipped with frost. If the granted to such Corporations under the "
groves Laws of the State of Kloriaa, which are necessary you have, and what you want, 1 1It'OSV.
practice In all the Courts of the State were protected, this state of affairs and.proper for the purposes ot its incorporation.

Ada,and the United States Courts. would be reversed and they would fertilize ARTICLE 3. MALAKAIt; Indian lUver, FI.OUIDA.C. .

|Box,238. TITUSVIIXB, FL*.. and work their groves so as to get The amount of the capital stock is*hereby C. CAKUOM,,
Honey to Loan. 18 authorized to be Klve Thousand Dollars, to be
them into bearing as soon as possible.If .
divided Into shares ot One Hundred Dollars Kent Entitle Agent.f .
a company could be formed to protect each,and the mild capital stock shall tie paid In
and be fully paid tip In the following ilexcrllwd
GOLDSMITH, the orange groves, in my opinion, property to-wit: The houses located on the Kurno Ilrevard Choice . .
The above cut roughly 1IOTKI.. Dit NIL, ,
land of II.J.TIInu.'ln suction 27. township ), represents
it wouldbo a good investment. The south range 3 eaut, on Motrin's Island, Brevard County, Florida, which Is only } of a mile south of tho dopot of Eau Oallie, Fla., Wines, Liquors
ATTOBNET-AT-LAW company could take a first mortgage on county, Florida, to-wit: Casino on wharf, and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Klorld.t East Const U'y. Has depot >0bl: 1 "
social hall,piazza irtnient house,billiard hall
ap located .and Cigars.Outir.inteod .
the grove for what it cost to cover it, and bowling alley, sulphur bath house, two postoftlco nnd telegraph ofllno. The hotel and sovun outtngus are on
Florida.CARYELWES interest and in order to kitchens and two out-houses, dog kennel and ten acres of hind fronting on tho Eau Qallio River, with view of Indian Klvor ou the Pure.
Wile, charging legal keepers house, stable and carriage house. Tub east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantio Ocean 21 miles away. Is practically
protect themselves insert a clause that capital stm'k may be increased to $HM1iski.0O or in IS'.m. The hotel and every cottage is furn.lsliwl Sold nt reduced
more, under Suction 214H, Revised Statutes ofFlorida. new buildings oompletod
should the owner of the grove neglect to ami most of tho furniture and linens hiWo never been iinoiI. Two artesian price*

cover his grove, and the same freezes, ARTICLE 4. wells, pipes and sowors; 20 cisterns, all connected, glvo amplo supply of tho boat Imported

the The term for which this Corporation shall, exist of water. The property has only been used some twomonths by the former owner TuknyVliie,
NOTARY PUBLIC, the' company take grove.As is lot) years. John (Ireen, who diod, nnd tho property is now owned by Col. Aaron A DoGrauw from Italy.

STATE AT LARGE, I stated in my letter of Jan. 21st, I ARTICLK fl. of Jamaica, Queen's County, Now York, whoso address after

fpewrltlng, taxes paid for nonL'uta.rents know Florida produces the finest oranges The luiHlnoHs of this Corporation shall bn conducted January 1st will bo Oak Hill, Florida. There-Is a largo pavilion 1H) foot John B. Togni
by a 1'resUlent,and Secretary,and Treasurer and ,
and accounts collected, iu the world and I don't want to see ami Hoard of Directors; provided, the square, cement tloor, cement walks, waterworks and garden, dtustof hunting
Correspondence solicited.u them die out, We have the soil but ottlnes of Treasurer and Secretary may bo held tlshlng, fresh nnd salt water; sailing or yachting on Eau (lallio and Imlian Jllvora: Metropolitan Saloon, li'l: Kust. Hay St..
Florida. by the same person. The Hoard or Directors sea bathing beautiful and tno whole Is ready to open as a hotel
| ville oysters, sconery;
our climate is not so reliable. There are the shall annual,at a meeting stockholders to be held meeting immediately, elect after from In one day's time. Every convenience, with kitchen nnd dining room complete. .JACKSONVIl.LK, KI.OUIDA,

many theories in rogard to' this; some among their members a l'resident. Treasurer, Titles perfect. The original cost to John Ureon was f-t iNH); now for sale cheap; Wholesale and ItelnllTho

| J. WEBB the Gulf Stream has changed, others and Secretary; anil until the Hoard of Directors halt cash and half on timo, Auy good hotel man can make money here. '
say to tie elected at the first meeting of the stockholders OAULDKN Tltusvlllo Fla.Or Complete
Address I). L. Largest and Most
claim it is owing to the cutting out of In the year ISUH, shall have qualltled, V
H, Walton shall be President and II, ,1. Tlllln Aaron A. DkOhauw, Jamaica, N. Y.'OUTl Establishment South.MANUPACTURKKS .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, the timber, but no matter what the shall lie Secretary and Treasurer) and C. II.
111 practice in the Courts of the 7thjurne maybe wo have the freezes just Walton and II. .I.TIttln and D. L. Clatilden shall
cause constitute the IIrst Hoard of Directors. The annual
the same.In mooting of the stockholders shall be llxedby >OOKS," tho New Sporting Magazine. .
Florida.O. the by-laws. ilslienuim the fresh water llslier-
water ,
Invaluable to tho salt
181!) California was a,success, growIng ARTICLE 0.
man, tho groMso, quail, snipe, woodcock and hare shooter, the
nothing but cactus and sage-brush; The highest amount of Imlebtoilneas or liability bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter, tho tourist

[ FRIES, C. E. to-day it is the most productive state in subject to which Itself the is(Slim.uimiHi Corporation) one enn hundred at any thousand time wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist, l'rlcu lOcts,

the union for fruits, all through the perseverance dollars. And the Directors shall not mortgage Subscription (1.00 per year. Write for sample copy.GEO. .
COUNTY SURVEYOR. or create a lien upon the stock, franchises
of man, "backed with eastern or other property of the Corporation to secure LOUT11KL LITOAS, Editor nnd Proprietor,
such indebtedness unless ainajorlty of thestork No. 1 Madison Avo., Now York, N, Y.
rid and subdivided.ing In ISM this state shipped 3,500000 ,-
legally surveyed capital. hold by the stockholders shall so direct said Directors

neatly done. Estimates for boxes of orange's, and in three years ,
hi witness whereof we huvetn set our names
from now we can ship at least 2,500,000 and seuls subscribed with our hands this the 4th
lads of engineering works. Dis- day of January, A. D. Mini.C. .
boxes if the groves are protected from One Man Can Run This Steamboat.
lines a specialty.svili.e frost. H.Walton, one share, Tltuaville, Florida.[Seal] .

Brevard Co., Florida.fEPIIEN Thanking you for your kindness in allowing D. L.Oaulden,one share. Tltiuvi.lo, Florida[Seal] ,

me space In- your valuable paper, H.J. Tiflln, forty-eight shares, Courtney Florida. 03

I remain, yours truly, (Seal] OK
E. FOSTER, JThos. J. E. Dunk. State of Florida,I IIlrevard
County.I IIn Blinds
person came before me, II..1.Tiflln,to me Doors, Sash, ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, well known as ihe person doscrltieil In ami who
The Oreatcst Discovery Yet.W. signed,sealed anil exeeuted the foregoing charter & Material.Oflleo
boms 420& 423, Gardner Building, for the Incorporation of "The Itoyal Iluckhminds Moulding .
M. Repine, editor* Tlskilwa, 111., Hunt Club," and acknowledged that lie
KSOXVILLB, .FLOnlDA. "Chief," says: "We won't keep house signed,sealed and therein executed the same for the A Wnrerooinr). King, opposlto

1 without Dr. King's New Discovery for use Witness* anil purposes my hand and ottlolal expressed.seal this (ith day Cannon Street.

consumption, coughs and colds. Experimented of January,A.D.MIX*. <
Scott. Gordon R. Broome.DOTT 5" S. C.
with many others, but never got [Seal] TIIOS. H. SANDERS, Charleston,

& BROOME, the true remedy until we used Dr.King's Justice of Peace, 14th Dint. OQMACIIINKItV

New Discovery. No other remedy Cord and
State of Florida, ) Weights
in itwe
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, can take its place in our home, as Brevard County. I IIn ,

( Bank have a certain andsure cure for person came tinfore me C. II. Walton anilD. Hardware.
over ) coughs, colds, whooping cough., etc"It L. ({million, to me welt known as the persons
and who signed, sealed and executed 1IANDLKK ritOH 1'ILOT IIOVMR.
Imi, Florida.EOROE is idle to experiment with other remedies described In
if are urged on you as the foregoing Charter for the incorporation This steamboat Is 37-fr. tonir, 95< ft. heam.'J-ft. depth of hold; draws Vi Inches of water, and Window and Fancy Glass
they Club
even ,
of "The Itoyal liuckhounds Hunt will sun eight miles an hour, lilts uahln llxll fndt, with HM-ft. headroom. Two folding beds and
just as good as Dr. King's New Discovery. and acknowledged that they each signed,sealed galley,6xs-rt. Can accommodate six or eiKht persons easily. Hums either wood or coal. Hultalile A SPECIALTY.BO .
W. ALLEN They are not as good, because this and executed the same .for the uses and purposes for ploaaure pnriiose or lllit| freight or Hshliiir liiisliiess. We wilii duplicate for *l,<100, or
[ remedy has a record of, cures and besides therein expressed.In will alter to suit conditions,at prices from *mki.oo to S1.IVWI.MKKltlMNTKVKISS .
guaranteed. It never fails tosatisfy. witness whereof I have hereto set my hand KNOINKKKINO CO., YEARS'EXPERIENCE

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, is. Trial bottles free at F. S.Chaffee and oltlulal seal thla the 4th day of J Miliary, A, 138 A 140 Kast Kay St., Jacksonville, Fla. Kntflneera, Contractors, Kte,

& Co's. drug store. G. OARY-ELWRH,
West, Florida. [Seal]
Notary Public
Fill praotice In the United States
| State Courts. 0un05 Japanese theaters have their befces so

arranged that the ladies can change Citation.rf1IIFwlfe HOMESEEKERS

their dresses, as it is not considered Tradc Mark*

\ F. H. HOUGHTON, stylish for a lady to appear an entire DiaiariaCoFvniaHTw
or next of kin of Kernard C. Smith, Ac.
the same
evening in one dress and with I who died at Jensen, Ilrevard County, FlorIda AVho Home in the Men maftioiis
*" ,on the tilth day of February, A.I). 18117, arc Seeking a
DENTIST. and all others whom It may concern, are hereby
notirled that six woeks after the Unit publication strlctlr oonl
traced In Scottish hereof, to-witi January 14th, 1HUM, and should send to tho undersigned sent free. OldMt six minr for swninne patents.
ytona, r Florida.IALPH Golf can positively be their failure to apply for administration on bin Spilth Pittenu taksn tliroMj Munu the ACI > rsiptrtat *
history bock to 1457, and negatively estate, I will appoint some creditor of said nuiies, without onsrse,
Smith, or other lit person,to administer on bin American.A
to a remoter date. estate In Florida. of the .
E. SMITH, M. D. MINOR 8. JONKS, for a copy tianctftomfilf I11ntr t v4 wiwkly, Tmrttitnt rtrml -
County Judge.Titusville. il<>n of mnf MtlwntlOo Journkl, Twina,M &.
niontb tol4 bfmll mww1<
ymtrt four ( *
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON, Think About Your Health.cl Fla.,Jan. 11. "9*. Co."'"""1-New York

Florida East Coast Homeseeker. Uranoti OfflM, OH 9 Ht,WsshlDgtun,U. 0.We n
clallst In Genital, Urlnaty an"RectalDiseases. This Is.the Time to Give Attention to Notice.

Your Physical Condition. Vfttt *x y. Mtl fO 'QriTLMjAs*

Ixfobd, Florida. The warmer weather which will months come Circuit Court, 7th Judicial Circuit, and for if AMPS r WHY NOT HAV1J'YJ(<
with the approaching spring robust Brevard County, Florida: have land* for Fruit (Irowfng, Trucking, Tobacco Growing,

should find you strong and in Ijf CiiANCEitr, Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tbo United States.
blood pure and your appetite
EON A. TEEK, M. D., health good., your Otherwise you will be in Charles V8Nannie J. Root, Apply to -
and EAL5 |sCsLS.B
danger.of serious illness. Purify I. Wilkinson,
enrich your blood with Hood's Sarsaparllla Hamilton II. Wilkinson, Foreclosure.of JAS. E. IN'GRAHAM Land Commissioner,
Fannie ofMortgages.
John M. Banders,
rilYSlClAN A SURGEON for spring.
and thus "prepare and W. It.Mar-
red blood and W, Martin FLORIDA EAST COAST U'Y,
makes ,
bourne Florida. gives This medicine vigor'and vitality. It will guard tin.IT appearing by affidavit of Henry Htruns, ST. AUOUSTINli, FLA. IN THE S0UJH
from the changes, solicitor and attorney for complainant, that
you against in his hellet the defendants, Vannle W. Mar.
which will soon take place. tin and W. H..Martin are non-residents of the
HtaUi of Florida,that thny reside at Ausonla, In
)range Grove and Residence the State of Connecticut, that there Is no person WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS
the AdvCcatk, TitusXdoeTall in Florlihs the service of a aiil>pn>na upon whom
for Sale.A Give would bind eicher of said defendants, and that
kinds of job printing. are each over 11 years of axe. It Is therefore
fine grove and garden property of us a share of your work.] they ordered that the defendants. Fannie W. MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.

acres, fronting on the Indian River Martin herein nd on W.the K. Alartln, do appear to the bill
id extending back to the county road BEVEXTU 1JA1C OF MAItCIl, X I> 18U",

Sharpes about 15 miles south ofItusville for said month. 'IS'-D**. S7ai .
A Belie of Napoleon.Gottlieb the same nelnir the rule day S AY.
known as the Brock place; And It is further ordered that this notice be
died DIdiH
W bearing trees; good house, four Klrchner, who recently published once a week for four cansecutiva What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR
servants' house and In South Australia, weeks In the I50IA.W Kivkh Advocatk, a newspaper met* tHjwnrtuiiy n l > and kitchen Woodsida
; at North of published in said county and circuit. frill, Vouna fnen rtriiA.n trmt manbo i icking house. Price, $4,500.00., 00 years old, was a personal friend Witness my hand and tho seal of this court, Cower Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln mitn*t i rMHf t t* r Cttr youthful NfirtoniMMt vlttorw JkUmut EoM+Vltwllt.r iy 4tunr**
Apply to the great Napoleon. When the emperor this.Utli day of January,A J)ism.Seal1 ,
Rqbbins & Graham, fromthe disastrous Russian A, X. BTEWA ttvr, llhmr *. Falllnif M w rr* Wmmtium !! -
was returning [ * oiui oftffts *y "'/ oAtM 9 or tWMvff an)
Attys. for owners, he passed through Klrchner'a Henry Strnnz, Clerk Circuit Court. inUimcrvtiem, W rdsi otf ItiHiintt v and n uui|>ttort,
Titusville, Fla. invasion, His coach had been tat Compl't. Jan (-niaMEvertbod PIANOS ; lMin'tlMdm iiit( lmp4M st worthl atut> tlt.uts> on.n
native had to berepaired. 'K.v.rrM'm neuvi k, or n.i tot it.
seriously damaged, so that it (*sio b c rr4) la vsitporfcttt. fr p Ul plain wrtiop
WANTED AGENTS.I Intrusted toKirchner's / Says 80.Cascaret r. HI pmr hos, op t<** % wtiti A. K ltl
The work was \rttmn inmrmmf* t* tJsr rU fond tk*
black *Caodv Cathartic, the moat wonderful Moi i Wj drmntuus. ajut****
the village Mv t r F mphi fnt <
father ORGANS *
I "The Confederate Soldier In the Civil lad of 5 years,- medical discovery of the Re, pleasant CHICAGO COTTAGE A-KJTFCAft MAfil lCJULTA. l'M cWl M 111.
then a act gently
the taste,
The sob, and refreshing to
far," contains 500 pages 12x16 Inches, smith. at the soldiery that and positively on kidneys,liver and bowels, Sold by J. D. Screven, only.

nd over 1,100 large battle scenes, porIfaits was so frightened his mother. Napoleon, cleansing the entire system... dlsiel| colds, Lowest Prices Easy Terms.
maps, etc. The greatest and larg- he fled crying to in bis cure headache, fever, habitual constipation ; .
T>t War Book ever published, and the who had seen him, took him op and biliousness.. Pleas* buy and try a bosof
nly one that does justice to tho Conf ed- anna to quiet him, set him on his,shoulder U. C. C. to-day; HI, XV Ml centa. .Hold and Royal-tansy pills
the cockade to cure by all druggist* Write for .Catalogues.
with guaranteed
he fought
rate soldier and the cause and let hUa play VEWDMCOVEnr. 7IKVKKVA1IAA
m. Agents wanted everywhere to sell When he departed, he m ,t *>(mntl tmlm mift flur
in bis chapean. LANE MUSIC COMPANY emmsiIt*. ansiXy MlnrulmnsftajrUtia.
MANIEtt A pf J
Ids book on our new and easy plan, cockade off and gave it to y If yon need any job printing, wa .Now a sui k* m IlINi
[any of the lady and gentlemen agents took the Kirchner, In whose family it was hall be pleased to get a share of It.ay 34 Kast Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla *t % lnvtsTorai**tb m *rtn sv **

ho are at work are making from $oO toJ00 little relic Till hi* last sn Xbt>iM. *
and cherished aa tM l la }.u ln arssppsA SHssd *a1
per month. 'Veterans, on long declared that he f rr l often the favor If
ughters of Veterans, and other* intersted year* Kirchner We would esteem oar -a.(.ofmthn strrsasZo0
whole scene vividly.TUtw when writing or calling nponI vaZassikhatiom. r
beau'f the .leaders,
send 'for .
are requested to

nd ol terms Illustrated to agents.descriptive Address circular Courlerfournal (free)- York Tribune. I I our etc.,Advertisers would mention to purohsM the Advocate.merchandise, I The ADYOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing. Sold by J. D.w.Sor Ten, onl/.

Job Printing Co., Louisville, Ky.


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-4 INDIAN RIVER ADYOCATE. +- nidtbeJuBt1cetobolleve.lt was misinformed down shortly.Mr. a grand Japanese water the fete at Rock-of SAYE MONEY AM Bay From *****
be ledge, to be given on
-and that It would nut bo unjust
and Mrs. W. C. Braddock visited to be
March 2nd. This fete promises
itself and unkind to
to as publish
their son George, at his bean farm at The boats
chief event of the season.
.A WIBKXV JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TH D V LOPMBNT Much untruths against gentlemen, who Reams Saturday and Sunday, returning on the river will be richly decorated and T_ .3 Eft3 IBBOT7
in the United Mates
OV THB INDIAN RIVER, bAKB owe no man a via the mail boat Monday, sail in procession
illuminated as they
WORTH AMD DIHOATHB BAT SBOTIOWS. single penny, and who have resided for
14 yearn pant in Brevard county, and Our truckers are busy planting out down the river. After this preliminary
whoso lives have been above reproach. beans, tomatoes, etc., but the ground is parade on the water, the Mikado and his Grain Hay F&ed& Garden Seeds Flour
PUBLISHED EVKltY FRIDAY.Cuaklks The Daytonian I'ublltfliina Co., was very dry, as we have had no rain to Queen will hold a grand reception in the Gft
regularly incorporated and held its speak of for over two months.Mesdamcs pallors of the Indian Kiver hotel, which

H. Walton, Bilitnr informed that, the of of the hotel. A chorus young
reliably coat plant
left to-day (Friday) for their homes in musical selections
was 4)1,200) and over, Instead of $(>IJ<) asstated. people render Japanese
Pine Bluff, Ark. They will stop for a during the reception, after which refreshments Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless
few days at New Orleans en route. ubeast. >
ORANGE and |
PROTECT YOUR will be served a it
The corporation whs badly in debt at Only sell for cabl.i on tho Closest Margins. Write for quotations.
TREES. the time Mr. C. II. Walton purchased a Miss Amy Hitching, in command of of the occaslun presented to each one

I few shares of stock to help 'out the paper the Widow, took Mewdamea Hudson and present. The Advocate extends Its Office: 124 W. B.iy street. JACKSONVILLE,
at the urgent request of rriends 1n Smart, also Cleveland and Florida Bitching best wishes to Miss Moore and her corps tu.P. .
< i iMi im Our valued friend, Jlr. Thomas Daytona, on the assurance that the for a sail over to the ocean beach of helpers, who are working so Industriously
ho would put In by the purchase last Saturday. , ftnd nobly for the success of the
Dunk, wboHe scheme for th preservation money the fete

of orange groves from front good of these Hhape shares, and, would that pur.there the paper were no In Our citizens gave the Rev. W. A. are undertaking.to expended The proceeds for the of payment of E. McMURRAY rW St I y Carrla2e and

inane of the Louder a "surprise" party 'last Friday annual of the Avilah Library inCocoa.
appeared in b recent other debts. Mr. J. O. Walton was in indeed, the rent
night, which was a surprise
Advocatk, having met with the objection the emrploy of this corporation and was Sheriff Brown was on hand to see that _____
that few had the not a stockholder. Some few days ago, BAKER
growers Mr* Louder did not get scared run
he learned for the first, time that .the Aclriltloiml Farlor Car Limited on the ,
cash make such About fifty were present,
to a costly experiment away. persons
corporation wns Involved, and commit led and they made Mr. Louder's kitchen K. K. C. Kallwsy. Dealers in
again comes up smiling, and me. Upon looking into its alfairs table
meets the objection by suggesting ,1 found that the corporation had been groan.
last the Florida Pleasuio and Business Vehicles Hand
Commencing Monday Dump Carts, Saddlery, Cartsetc.,
and it almost impossible
run looxcly, was
that the railroads of Florida or
commenced the operation
East Coast B'y Bicycles, Sundries, etc.
to get at the debts correctly. I
other capitalists interested in her advised Mr.. C. IT. Walton to buy the Rockledge. of an additional train each way between Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
welfare, come to the rescue* We shares of the company and close it up.A St. Augustine and Palm Beach, composed
fear that Mr. Dunk's schemes are stockholders meeting was held and all exclusively of Pullman parlor cars,
somewhat especially the property of the corporation was Bold Hotel Plaza Is rapidly filling up, and thoroughly equipped with every convenience
J. Walton Manager Peck is quite pleased. running daily, Sundays excepted,
to Mr. O. for ;n when consider the .proposition the vestibule trains NewSelden
we on the arrival of The
for due him that he
was moKtly money .
On Tuesday morning Mr. Eyer conducted
that "should the owner of the grove had advanced to this corporation. Although from New York, leaving St. Augustine
another of bis successful alligator
neglect to cover his'g rove, an merry party leave Palm
same freezes, the company take pay any of the debts of this corporation, with throe fine specimens. at 10 p. m. at M. Augustine
Beach at 2:30 arriving
p. m.,
he most generously paid the back rent of Cypress Companj
the grove. .This is not a very enticing Hewn months to the Masons for the rent The Indian River hotel, by its orchestra 10 p. m. As the run will .be

bait for the company; a of their building, and arranged the debt and entertainments, is adding very made in the quick time of 71 hours, no

frozen grove lsnof n piece of.property due Mr. Spalding, an old man who greatly to the pleasures of the guests ofUockledge. stops will be made except at Ormond,

that would commend itself to claimed some wages for labor, und now They are a very pleasant Daytona and Iiockledge.
and highly-appreciated feature of ''the The Key West and Nassau special
holds his for the
the cupitalist, nor is the receipt same. and Opened October 1st, 1800, turned the steam on to
average Surely the Halifax Journal will correct life of the place.Mr. leaves Jacksonville at 7:40: a. m.,
idea of mortgaging a grave to save tills abusive and false editorial. ItIs reaches Miami at 7:20: p. m., daily except :
and Mrs. White entertaining and Best Door
are now Sash
North-bound, leaves One of the Largest Equipped 1
it from cold
possible damage* by believed that the Daily Daytonian will crowds of guests at their pleasant." Jacksonville ,
Miami at 8:2ft: a. m., arriving
likely to prove atjractiye to the shortly reappear under good management cottage in Uockledge. Mr. White is
and on a Hound llnancial basis, to 7:15 p. m. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States
IKWJ grower. We do not think Mr, tireless in his efforts to give his people a This arrangement of the passenger ,
serve the publicand aid the most beautiful
Dunk need worry himself about good time. Some fine fish are brought service of the F. E. C. H'y has been
city In fair Florida, Daytona, in Its home by the guests of White's Cottage.On found to accommodate the increasing And with experienced management, (covering a past experience of si,
Florida oranges flying out. They rapid progress, and illustrate in the future necessary
and will years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the li
travel a
may get dumaged now and then by.the as in the past, honest rivalry; and Monday evening Mr, and Mrs. convenience.tourist The, new prove train is possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will

cold, but Florida will continue I have no doubt but what the iplendid Brown gave a birthday party in honor of known great as the "Palm B< ach Limited." Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glasi,<,
manhood of Daytona will give it their Miss Lillian MacNelll. There was a very
to the finest in the
grow oranges hearty-support. Yours truly, nice, party of young people present, who
wo.Id long after the remains of the D. L. Uauujkn. entered into the games of the evening County Court.

present generation have gone to with much enthusiasm and pleasure.

feed the which will Later In the evening refreshments were
trees produce
WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY.lrt The February term of Brevard County MIAMI !
served, and everybody seemed to have avery
the fruit for generations yet unborn happy time. Court commenced at the court house, *

As to the.theories with regard of Kventa for the Observance Titusville, on Monday, with His Honor
to the of the The New Iiockledge hotel has of late Minors. Jones, presiding; D. L. Gaul-
unreliability *>t the Oecnulon on tlie Knitt Count, been taxed beyond its capacity to accommodate den, prosecuting attorney;Jos. P. Brown,
climate, we do not take much stock ST. AUOUHTI.VK.At the crowds that have come sheriff, and A. A. Stewart, clerk.'

in any of them, The fact of the the Casino, a grand military ball to Itockledge. There is a feeling provailing As there were only some cases of Town Lots Now onA.

matter is, that we are going through will bo given in honor of the occasion.MIAMI. among the guests that is very delightful minor importance to be tried, the session
to see. They mingle as if they continue Wednesday
a cycle of cold years, which will did not beyond
were one great family circle with common noon. Three men, charged with
noon be at an end. The Gulf The hospital ball will take place on Interests, and it is hard to realize vagrancy, were dismissed with a warn- General Agent For

stream is not going to desert us, Tuesday next, and as the object is a that they are strangers from all sections lug, and beyond one or two cases of asBitult E. KINGSLEY
nor will the cutting out of the'timber worthy one, we hope there will be a good of the country. Mr. Shares has always and a couple of civil cases, there ,

make much difference to our attendance.It showed more than a business interest in was no further business to transact, Mrs.
Julia D. Tuttl
normal his guests, and the church and song service which state of affairs is very satisfactory
temperature. BEAUTIFUL.Oa which are to a large extent clue to and speaks well for the county.
Tuesday, Feb, 22,- City Beautiful his Christian activity, have added much
will celebrate with a Grand Mardi Oias to this friendly spirit that greets
everyone PROPERTY
The fearful accident that occurred Parade, in which the, residents, cottagers that comes to the hotel. Birds and Animals Mounted AND RESIDENCE

to the Maine, coming as it and ttturlst visitors will take part.

did immediately upon the Do Lome The grand tournament, will take place The residents and visitors of Itock In the best style.. Address R. C.Scrimgeoiir In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selecte
at 2 p. m. on the Boulevard, and will be ledge are tinder obligations to Messrs.Merwin taxidermist, Washington
incident, has, of course, given rise one of tho tlnest; ever given in Florida. and Battlefield for repairing a avenue (corner of Main street), Titus Fruit and Vegetable Lands on
to all manner of rumors as to its Some of the best riders in the State bad stretch of road along the river. We ville, Fla.

origin. It is.too soon yet to form have signified their intention to be'present understand that under the direction ofMessrs.

any opinion as to .the cause of the and to euter the lists in competition Haidee, Hughlett and Eyer, the Miami XfciVei- and IB y DBisseayneJST"
for the City Beautiful banner, presented entire road is to be put in order. This SHOE REPAIRING. S. .7. Meador, of
accident, but it is especially unfortunate by the ladies of City Beautiful. The will certainly be a great help to the driving Columbia, S. C, has taken the business Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

that it should have occurred banner Is a superb work of art, anil will and wheeling, which is so pleasant a recently vacated by J. A. Daugh-
at the.time and place that be contested for annually, the champions feature of Iiockledge life. Mr. Merwin try, and will attend to the repalng of FLORIDA
it did. It has even been surmised retaining its possession for one year. has always been public spirited and does boots and shoos. Next to barber shop.J2T" Main Office, Hotel Miami, MIAMI,
Other prizes.will be awarded. much to make the conditions of life
that the explosion wus the work of The tournament will be preceded by a more satisfactory along the Indian Klver.It .
Cuban sympathizers who perpetrated grand parade of costumed knights. was owing mainly to Mr, Merwin that All communications for this paper
the deed with the intention of Knights intending to enter the contests the obstructions in the channel or the should bo addressed" "The Advocate,- CHAS. N. WELSHANS
Titusville Fla. This will
insure immediate

turning suspicion upon Spain, in are requested to-give early notice with river were cleared away several years attention. ,
names to Mr. Charles Ballouglu ago, bo that the salt waters of the ocean,
order to force, the United States to the with their
Following tournament will be aserios health-giving properties,
take action against thut country. of events, comprising a cyclists might flow through unimpeded.Great'preparations Educate Yonr liowels With Cusearets.Cundy CEMENT PLASM
This conjecture would seem to the hundreds review, in which it Is expected that, are being made for lOu,85a. If Cathartic o.O.C.(,all cure,druggists constipation refund forever.money. , , ,
ordinary observer somewhat farfetched of ladles and gentlemen will
participate. Prizes will be given for the
for no one, however eager handsomest costumes. Other features HAIR AND LATH. #* .

lie might be to force this country of the celobration will bp informal receptions

into war, would go to the. length of tuuBlcals and dances In the When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour State Agent Tj. &'M. Paints and. Oils.
sacrificing human life and'millionsof evening, the finish of ,L Fiesta being

dollars as a moans to that end. Beautiful.marked by a A grand cordial illumination invitation of Is City extended he expects to get : Old 'Phone 8. )UI 13 Hogan Stiff

Should it transpire that the work to all.

of death and destruction is attributable JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
to Spanish hatred and. desire A grand cake-walk in the famous_ cocoanut -

for vengeance, then there will grove of tho Itoyal Polnclana will

be no alternative but war ; even be held tho night before, Monday 21st,

ithe indecision and timidity of the at 0 o'clock p. m.
The morning of the 22nd there will bo LARGEST DEALERS IN
present executive cannot stand the ball field
sports on open to employees
proof against such a dastardly of the Itoyal Polnclana and l'nlm GST3 This Vehicles, Harness;

.action. Beach Inn, for cash prizes; 100 and 220-
yard dashes, shoo race, boxing match, Wagons, Bicycles,

hurdle races, three-legged races, pieeating
In the South.S5T" .
is time our river beacon lights contest, sand diving for gold pieces.

were again established. A permanent Afternoon: Ball game, 3 o'clock; garden .Correspondence Solid ted. S ABEL BROS.,

steamboat service is now in party in Coooanut Grove, ft o'clock;
grand ball, Royal Polnclana ballroom, Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVflXFERTILIZERS.
und while tho
operation, lights are 1)I0;
: p. in. A handicap golf tournament,
necessary to safe navigation, the commencing on Washington's birthday,
old piles upon which the beacons is for the Itoyal Polnclana cup, continu

are se t are a source of continual ing holes the, 130 2ld.; strokes Qualification or less; Thursday trials, 18, It is the best: also the cheapest, because it goes The Premier Flour of America

danger to steamers and sailing Friday and Saturday, handicap tournaments. farthest.

craft of all descriptions. We hope Besides these outdoor amusonients Take no other; insist on getting the genuine
that,the efforts pf our representative Captain Allen announces wnter
and senators will be crowned sports and a variety of "damp novelties"In article. Unexcelled
the pool for the 23d Inst. A
regular For sale
with suocess. by leading dealers throughout the State.
programme is being arranged, and all
the visitors are on the qufvive looking

The fish industry of this state forward to the week beginning the 22 d. For

has received a great impetus of

late and it would be well
to see ....
that future legislation in this direction .

is of a practical and serviceable ARMOUR'S Bread
W. n. Butler attended riNEAITLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
nature. As long as men, court at Titus ,
ville this week.Elt .
who know nothing about the subject VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

to frame special laws for Walker, of Woodley, attended
try Specially prepared out of the
divine services here Sunday. purest materials and recommended to growers,
the protection of fish such
is not calculated, to be very protection Allen Poppel, of Narrows, spent a few because they are the very highest standard of excellence. Represented by F. M. BURST
days here this week ,
visiting friends.Jas. .
beneficial to the
industry. For other have
crops we ,
A. Hudson and S.. Kitcbing received

another carload Of lumber this ARMOUR'S ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S Bernard Abel, TetebJ.Vetis*

W. Keith, of Narrows, has a modol FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .BERNARD

bean farm of live acres one of the fineitwe BLOOD, BONE AND TOT ASH.s .. ABEL & CO. .
have .
Fl.A., Feb. 17, 1898.MJLior seen.O.

AiivocaU i Kerr, representing Armacost, Riley Compare our analyses with those of any other manufactures. We can give
A Co., commission merchants, was la you other Fertilisers Fertilizer Commission Merchants
Dear Sir I In the materials. -
: notice Halifax our city the first of the week.Mrs. .
Journal, of Daytona, dated Feb. ,16th, avery Use our Complete Brands and will the ,
Mathes you get best results.
unkind and utterly false editorial Miss Bessie Cum and very Analyses,
m to the suspension of the Daily Day John Harris sailed over to the shores of prices, etc, furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order. Corner Washington and Jay Streets, NEW T08*

tonian. I acted as attorney for the cor- the Atlantic, Saturday last, In the Cre.W. .

known as the Daily Daytonianabllshlnff H. Lankaater has a gang of men at ARMOUR & COMPANY FLORIDA PRODUCTS A 8PECIAITY.n .

Co., also for Mr. J. O. work clearing up the track of the ,
C. 4 S. toIn'ngUoIBv'
i WjJ
N w York to all Commercial Aje
Walton. We will do the Halifax Joux- Farms Ry. W. W. Russell ;
is expected Jacksonville, Fla. as to market wef?' whoM wPm nU we sell. Send postal request for prom*
or any information in our line.



*.the lood P"t .
wtgllMM and dellclaas.AKIf .FERTILIZERS.
GOODE & OOODK. Real K tat ami r .

attention paid to the tutere.w M KS y '

Ilea.itlfi.lly altuated on a hlBh bluff ovi 7 w
>klniui.e In.lian River. ac >umoilatlone
,ami raten roni.onal.le.
*" ROBERTSON, Proprietor. TOL11

WHEN Biuuar..YOU Mr.Notions OO
e ami Oovun Umlerwrnr, Ferr Renowned
I'orwu,etc.,embroidery an.l colore I .'
ouventr spoons,Stationery,etc.
9lxo-vi.xxc5L HT'ox'tlllxsox*, KIT" Before buying the follow ing Materials bo suro and apply tous

for prices, and wo will prove to you we can savo you mouey. 1I
Absolutely Puro elate rates. accomuol>'" un''>. MoilW ) ANALYSIS:

CAMr-llELL..Proprietor. Moisture H t 10n STEAMED BOXK, RAW BONK,

Equal Ammonia to Sulphate of Ammonia... .. 120 to to BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,

HOTEL RIVERS1I.E, MELBOURNE, FLAoverlookinu Available t'lmHiiborto Ael.lEipial 11 H to to IItl tl DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA,'
YORK. ln.lian River: homelike Broom to Bone l'l.orphate nf Lime.
IMIN1 JWDI 09.! 6t.
OVAL niiMUtlnnsanil Rood boar.f. 50 eri EHh I'oianh K2 O to. OF AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS,
kceor 111SO SULPHATE
'.S"-0" t0 *700 lr k. Unit to Equal to Sulphate of VottwhMu )
m room. Specinl rntes to River Lime So.ta, to 110ZST"

1'roprletor. Write for Special Pamphlet. COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAINIT AND POTASHES.Plonsso .

rest Palm Beach. Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very lo

GEbnie. Vne. hrnYSCIAN prices.
sale ati the
Advocate Is now on
i stand in the Palm Beach Inn.jicar Correspond with hh bofoi-o boing induood toPamphlet. buy from DciiIovh. Soml for 0n

D. Tucker, of Miami, came up, The schooner J. F. p., Capt. Powell in
day morning, and spent the day in command, left here last Tuesday with a rl .


R. Johns, .of Stuart, lg in town The schooner Belle, Capt. F. M. Powell ,
|week, accompanied by E. Stypman. of Jupiler( left hero last Saturday for
are both pineapple growers, thetrCtations Titusvllle, after spending a few davs intown.
being on the St. Lucie river.itMayor . .

of Chicago, Geo. B. Swift, The houseboat Rochester returned a:
daughters, arfei from Palm .Bench last Friday with a
and two charming
Monday evening, and will spend jolly party. All report a most delightful the. supervision of E. V. Van Demand Micco. G. G. SPRINGER 1 remainder of the season at their trip. Grand Representative of Florida, residing

ler home, "Edgewood," on Lake The steamer Spartan took a large party in Jacksonville, instituted a lodge in last week
Jim Herndon in town
ith.lias. to Tropic! last Tuesday, and all repoit a this city last Saturday nfternoon. Eleven
Coolcsy, of the launch Whistle most enjoyable day spent in that pretty cardidates were initiated Into the mysteries for provisions.Montio Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper OfIC
spot. of the Order, and on Saturday Delaney mado a trip to Sebastian
father accompanied
hg, night the degree work was conferred on last week on business, returning by
fiemains of Mr. Whithead to Mlchl- Com. Bishop, U. S. Navy, Mrs. .T. the new members. A delegation from train.Jos..
(last Saturday morning, is stopping Bishop, Miss Mary A. Rogers and M rs.C. the West Palm Beach lodge ramo down E
{lie Park Cottage until her father reus. L. Bishop, anived at Hotel Carleton on Saturday night's train and took part Williamson mndo a business tiipto %
Miss Cooley is a very charming last Tuesday.Mrs. in the ceremony. About HliO: p. m. the Melbourne last Monday, returning bytho
hyly and is thoroughly enjoying wended evening train.Mr. .
nS members
Ida of who is entire lodge and visiting
of the East Coast. Kettering, Chicago,
|balmy clime spending the season in her winter home their way to Hotel Conolly, where a and Mrs. Prico loft last weok for

II. Whitehead, who was In company at Vallcaiia, was in town last Tuesday, roost bounteous repast was Indulged inby Macintosh, Fla., where they Intend to IDistilled. Water
H>i :E. F. Cooley on the launch Whistle shopping and calling on friends.Alex. all. 'make their futuru home.We .

Dg, died of paralysis last Thursday and, J. Goode and sister, Miss Annie are badly In need of rain In this
en the north remains by Mr.were Cooley, accompanied Ooode, spent from Saturday until Monday Georgiana. section, as the vegetables are showing Refrigerators Ice Chests, Freezers and Water Coolers.

|Mrbe Whitehead's daughter, Saturday at Indianola, the guests of Mr. and signs of the long, dry Bpoll. ,

k-ning. Mr. Whitehead was a very Mrs. W. K. Sanders and family. The ick have all recovered.Rev. Another bicyclo arrived in to n last FACTORIES

|minent citizen of Lansing, Mich., and Joe Chase, of Bay View, was in town I. B. Hawk will preach here next week. All we want now is shell"roads Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
;several days In Tttusville ere com- on business last Monday, and reports his and evening. Everybody and then we will be "in tho swim.
I to Dade county. pineapple plantation as looking well and Sunday welcome.Mrs. morning. Samuel Greon returned last week from T!>

the Ladies Aid Society, of the West his house full of winter guests. his trip down the river. Ho Is staying

lo Congregational church, gave a most Postmaster J. B. Bower and son, ofCoouina on Owen tho, Courtenay Eva and Nellie to Cocoa were Saturday passengers In his cottage nt the north end of thovillage. SEEDS Flffld and Garden SEEDS.

lovable enteitalnment last Thursday spent Tuesday evening in town the same day. .
|ning, in the shape of an operatta and with their Goode friends. They wore on Walter Gibson, of Wabasso, was In
if drill, after which refreshments their way to Jupiter on a pleasure trip.Mrs. Miss Bellows, the school tencher from town last week with a boat-load of

Ire served. *The operatta and scarf E.P. Wright, of Cleveland, O., Hardeeville, spent Saturday and Sunday oysters, lie disposed of about thirty in the State.Spoclal
|11 .were but the highly burlesque cnjoyedby after a large the audl-drill and her two grandchildren arrived in here with her Irlend, Miss Anthony, barrels in our town.Mr. Largest Seed House .

in mother-hubbards, town last week. We miss the always- A. L. Bruner was over from Oceanns and Mrs. Piazr.a Intend to leave
fought young the men house down." The whole jovial Col. Wright very much this winter several days last week, putting out orange this week for Melbourno, where they Varieties of Corn for Florida. Seeds for Fodder crops.
and trust he will come down later. trees on his place and booing out an.l Mrs. Chas.
of Mr. List.L. .
og was a success, even financially, will be the guests Cassava Seed, 7. c. per KM), host. Send for Price
put fifty dollars being cleared.Ir. James Powell, of Waukegan, Illinois, his pineapples."Mother" McBride for a month or moro.Mr. .

and Mrs. F. & Everett, of the anived in town last Saturday, much to Hall returned to Titusvllle Wlnta, who has boon stopping at CAMERON, Seedsman,
the of his friends here.Mr. Monday, to her home with Mrs. ThedaHall. This is his
pleasant card delight many Fort Pieice, Is n.rw hero.
rty.rk Cottage Monday, gave evening a very, to some of their Powell has a fine voice, and is a Her health vis much better than first visit to Micco, and he expressed 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.AlsoPaper .
the choir in the Episcopal when she came here a few weeks' ago.
ends. Among those present were great acquistion to himself as being much pleased with our | Shell Poacnn Trees, 1 to 2 years, Olusteo stock, fl'J per 100.Fertilizers. .
and Mrs. M. E. Oruber, Misses.Itchard church. Miss Jennie Welling and her aunt are town.Mrs..

Angevine, Cooley and White, The "Coronation of the Rose," .a cantata very pleasantly situated at Mr. Lyman's, J. K. Powell and the Misses
\ Mrs. Beatiz, Mr. and Mrs. A. Lamd to be given by Mis. Clara D. Maclean where Miss Jenbie boarded last winter. Christina and Tillie Happ all mado a
Messrs. Strohm, Anthony, Among and her vocal class this (Fridaj)evening, All Are glad to welcome her back again trip to Melbourne on Satuiday last to do
and Hamor. Miss Kate Piitcbardn will be the event of the season. There to our sunny land. some shopping, returning on the evening
first prize and Miss Angevine buc- are eleven' soloists and a chorus ottwentyfour The ladieB have been enjoying this train. .
: ,
ted a good time, and hope Mr. and treat to our people. and lovely daughters, of Lotus, were at Dr.Chambers' Quite a party of Miccotes attended
at the picnic on the beach last Thursday. t.
the notant
Everett will same
s. repeat and Mrs. Baldwin write
evening the Ladies Mrs. Catter lleforo making your purchases
Next Tuesday They left at I) o'clock In the morning onboard
day. Guild of the Episcopal church will give were at Mrs. Hiscock's; "Mother"Hall tho Etta and did not return until
very delightful little social wan a pancake supper in the Educational Mrs. Fish and Mrs. White were atMrs. the sun was fading uway. Those Included
ien 1 by Mts S. II. Ilappersett,Tuesday Hall, to follow with a ball. This will be Hughes'; Mrs. Pago at Mrs. Fish in tho party weie: lr.nnd Mrs. J, Fertilizer Co -
ening, In honor of her old friend and the last party until after Lent, so our er's; "Uncle and Auntie Hughes" wore K. Powell, Miss Tillin Happ, Mr. and The Jacksonville ,
liool teacher, Mrs. Mitchell, of ChicMusio young people mean to make a grand at Dr. Wittfeld's; Mr. Wethey and.wife Mrs. J. Williamson, John L. Day, Robt.Mourey ,
and singing were Indulged affair of it.Among and Miss Wagner at Mrs. Hiscock's.Fort Miss Christina Happ, Miss

after which refreshments weie served.nong for this Agnes Day, Henry Kerleit and Mr, to Pineapple Orange Tree
those were Mrs. Mitchell the talent engaged For Prices and Terms. Spoclal attention given ,
present .
Pierce. Maass.A
session of the Florida East Coast
two children Misses Alice Armong -
and Kate Prltohard, Mr.and Mrs.II. commencing on Saturday, Feb.26th St. Valentino supper was given at and Vegetable Fertilizers' at low prices. ;,
Ilappersett, M r. and Mrs. M. E.ruber are the following: Dr. Jno. Forbes, A. Hull has returned from his trip to the rosidonce of Mr. and Mrs. John Dolaney -
W.IT. .
Messrs. Wm. F. Armstrong, Ir. of Stetson'University, DcLnnd; Rev. Palm Beach.Dr. on Valentine's night. After the
B. ,M. Potter. Mrs. Ilappersett ana, Little, rector of DoLand musical Episcopal director C. P. Platts Is having his Taylor supper was served the guests dispersed Stock of Goods/kept at Titusvllle,. Ela.,
Mitchell had not seen each other church; Mrs. K. II. cleared. to tho parlor, where they were pleasantly
DeLand; Ed. Page Gaston, Chicago; creek propeity entertained by selections on the violin
: some twenty years, still recognized afteron Miss June Maude Dupee, B. E., Boston; Miss Madge Bell was visiting friends by Mr. Delaney, nnd stories and recitations so as to avoid delay in shipments. ,
ch other when met Sunday
they Mitchell isDpping Rev. A. D. Paine, Jacksonville; Rev. in St. Lucie last Monday.A. by Messrs. Karlert and Day. At
the beach. Mrs.
at the Palms. Sylvester Weeks, Eustis, and others ofnote. C. Dittmar returned Saturday last 11:110: p. ui., they wended their way E. SUDLOW, Oen'l. Manager, O. CAItV-EL'WKS,
The program is a fine one, and no from his tiip to Georgia. home again, after spending a very pleasant Titusvllle,
one who can afford it should miss this Alex Hogg paid St. Augustine a visit evening.IF Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent,

Courjtenay.I treat. Sunday, returning next day.Mrs. .
Waters and son were I if town YOU NEED aOood, Reliable and
Boy lumber and other building material Monday, visiting tho doctor.Mrs. Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for
X. Martin is wrestling with the laippe. direct from the Builders' Supply Merriwether paid Cocoa a visit the Advocate. FiWk. S. Morse

Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard Monday, returning the same day.Messrs. -x--x.
R. C. Creech and Chas. T. Harper roan's commission.Miami.. and R. L. Brown left ,
Lewis J. 1). CItAIIII kmpi a flptt-cliuM Huloon. Wlnas
ent last In .
Sunday Banyan.J. for Titusvllle Monday, to attend court.W. beers, whlnkles, t>r i.tly n Harper, of Banyan, now as runs last Wednesday iu* o and cigarettes, W-AJEE
ate the schooner Veteran.C. J. Tucker opened up frlue or liitior| from V4.IMI to WIMI per ifallfin.J'rompt 2 H31 ,
pn In his new quarters, near the depot.Messrs. attention to telegraph ami mull
O. Blyth and Walter Sweeney trans- orders. Terms Cash. Crx'.m,Flit.J. .
ted business In Tttusville, Monday.W. S. S. Burlinghame has been on tho Cook ami Swearingeti left I>. CltAUn, Agt. XXxdo Oo.f 3IiORTT>A
sick list for the past week, but is now Monday for Ten Mile Creek, on a fishing
J. Baggin, of Wadesboro, N. C, recovering. expedition.
spending a few days with friends here. of Titusvllle, was a AGENT FOR LANDS OF
Jerry Warren, a prominent Insurance Judge Jones, JOHNSON LAW CO.
The Indianola Social Club meets again of Key West, was in our city on visitor to town Saturday, leavng THE ,
-night, the 18th. All are cordially inted. Sunday man last shaking bands with his for home Sunday. Florida East Coast Railway Company,

numerous friends. J. Swain and party anived on Tues Electrical & Mechanical Florida Coast.Line Canal
J. A. Haistins and A.T.. Sanders, ofanyan Strolling over to Hotel Royal Palm ofan day's steamer, from a trip up the river, Iioston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company."A .

spent a day or so In our town evening Is becoming the fad among and left for Fort Drum the same evening.

st week.F. our young men nowadays. Of course There was a festival held at the Lumber ENGINEERS.

L. Whltlock, J. D. Sams an.l E. M.rhaley they go to hear the music that's all, House Saturday night, for the purpose "
left for Tttusville, Monday, to Col. William Scott, of the larw firm of of fencing in the school yard, and The Most Complete Electrical Supply Morsel lit tor the gods,
;tend last Monday mornIng the sum of twenty dollars was taken in.
court.Mrs. Scott& Broome, left .House in the State. '
Sinclair and daughter, Miss for Monticello his old home He for expects a There will be- some exercises by the <(and prices to snit'thc man."
rancis Sinclair, our charming school short vacation and recreation.month.Mr. children of the Christian Endeavor next m
larm, spent last Sunday in Cocoa.Rev. to return In about a Sunday afternoon, at the Methodist

E. E. Johnson, Miss Jessie Sand and Mrs.married II. F.couple Hoffman from, Chicago a popular , church ton's Birthday., in commemoration All are cordially of Washing In "Coin Special" brand Hams & Breakfast Bacon

's and Bartie Samuel Sanders were young and are vited.Mile..
for the season,
the city
siting the ostrich farm here last SunRoseland. are in Mr.
registered at the Hotel Miami. Emele Zora, the beautiful and Manufactured by -
Hoffman is here with a view to buying talented daughter of Mrs. Dey-C'ard, will
real estate and locatingpermanently.. give an entertainment In the City Hall

Prof. R. L. Northcutt, of Ocala, Is In ne/t Friday evening, the 23th Inst., for THEG.H. HAMMOND COMPANY
the city, and Is registered at Hotel the benefit of the shell road. Cordial ,
class extended to everybody to
will a dancing invitations are
A. E. Campbell is spending a few days Miami. He people opea la the casino of the hear Mile. Zora, this being the only opportunity branch} JACKSONVILLE, FLA._
Melbourne.I for the young opportunity which of hearing this young artist Chicago and So. Omaha. Fldrlda
is an
hotel. all her return to New York. Doors Lard Canned Meats, Bacon, etc., furnished on application.
>. Cain, Jr., came up from WoodleyHurday should be taken advantage of by before Prices on ,

returning on Sunday.Mr. those who desire a good instructor. open. m.at; admission 7:15: p. m.,XScta.entertainment An excellent at8p.

King, the "tee" man,of Woodley, The case of Peter Swanson rs. W. N. programme wUl be rendered In costume.
**s here Tuesday, looking for a good Woods, which is a suit In equity for a JOB FRXXTTX2TGOF
-ation for some of his bees. partnership accounting. Is progressing
Several bearings have been bad When In want of any kind of building
During the recent cold snap, the pine slowly.Gordon R. Broome, Esq., who is material, in car loads or otherwise, the ALL KINDS
ries protected by fires suffered more ThU Is ,
master In the ease. Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine
ian those covered with palm fan*. the special there will, delivered
quite n Important case, and will be pleased to make you a Executed at theADVOCATE
Rev. Mr. (Jutland, of Sebastian,visited no doubt, be a great many witnesses price at your station. Yoa have boagent's THE JOHNSON LAW CO., OFFICE
oseUnd the firstf the week. He U a whose testimony haa to be taken. or middleman's commission to Jacksonville. Fla.r PJUNTINO 4.

"7 Pleasant gentleman, and we hope to Odd Fellow, ot thU city, under pay.
"> nlm her* often. The h >


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eEtlxLo .J* "33flr> on XxmSLLox*. H-lvox-.
Florida East Coast
PERSONAL 6HATS. Strawberries Ity

I ,

I Uncle Jimmle Green, who died re- Table No. 11 In Effeet Janairr
Time 17, 1SSS.STATIONS. .
l enly in Ellsworth, O., was present at carry better, and larger ber.ries

file battle of Waterloo. "

Nathan B., Moore of Bingham, Me., and larger crops are raised SOOTH MOUND N6.30 NOHTH Mor/ND,

has tramped the woods of that state forever No.28T0a No.87 Dally STATIONS.f To B
Dally Liily00a No.74siroj8Kj|
71 years and has killed nearly 800moose. when liberally treated with
L Jacksonville 9 20a 120pasjup 4 00p t, Miami
The New York chemist, Professor INDIAN RIVER & BAY BISCAYNE INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY. L St AuguatlneA 8 4o *, "" Linton Ft.LAud'rdale.. .. .. 7 6 2Pai7'W 4Ual

Emmena, claims that he can settle the "St. Augustine" and 'St. Palatka.... | 1160a LanlnnaA
the Steamers
financial question by transmuting into Potash. Commencing January 17th, 1808, L Palatka . I IA 9 06aI. 10.080a W. Palm Beach 8 Ot a 10 ISg8ia
Sebastian" will sail as follows: L Palm Beach Inn.. lu
fold all of the silrer that is brought toaim. SOUTHBOUND "St. Augustine." San Mateo.Li iaopj 12 40p Royal Poinclana ya
Baa Mateo. 8U6 8 Qua * W- Palm Beach
Leave Titusvllle Mondays and Thursdays for all points between Titusvllle West Jupiter. .
Prince Bismarck is an enthusiastic : .Bant Palatka 11 U allUp Hobe Hound
Heavy applications of the- and Sewall's Point ' Slim1W
V X m.m.
1 Ormond 10 4. htuart
He of
#lxnirer of the bicyole. approves .11:00 a. "
Arrive Sewall's Piolnt, Tuesdays and Fridays Daytona 10 62* lll.p Jensen
women riding and regrets he is too old Sebastian" Leave.Titusvllle Tuesdays and Fridays 3:30 p. m.r '* Port Orange lKp14l'p Kden ID Hal
fertilizers "St.
mud stiff to take in the him. complete containing ' New Smyrna li'Oa Fort Pierce
part sport Arrive Talm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays >:;!0 p. m. Oak Bill 2 Kip Bt. L.ele jo dr8arpUUKa

self.Corbett less than actual Potash "St. Auuustink" Leave Titusvllle, Wednesdays and Saturdays. 3:30: p. m.C:15 TltuarUle 1808pllMp 2 6Up ""' Sebastian
not io% / City Point.a 8 2Jp Melbourne
the Is said to SOSpla
prizefighter, Cocoa, : p. m. BUlp Sau Uallle .
A Tle>e I *i It. el * lidp115p; up
kave bought a house for f39,000 in New Rockledgo, 6:30: p. rn. RockledgeHo'ls... 8 4p) 'VHookledge Bo'ls..
ork and to have paid for it, From should be used. Arrive Eau Gallic, 10:30: p. m. KanaalUe 184p 4 2lp488p " Coooa ;.. lftip
Melbourne......... litfp808p City Point lS.p
Which it would appear that a man may NOKTHBOUNP "St. Sebastian." Sebastian Skip Tltusviile JUJ

Our books tell all about the
subject. They
St Lurte 8 l.ip81Wp Oak Hill
fossibly win in losing fight. are free to any farmer. Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays . 9:00: a. ra. ' Port Ploroe ,. New Smyrna. .. 8* 4Vp Up 4Bp
While President Fanre of France was Arrive Titusvllle, Tuesdays and Fridays .12:30 p. m. Xden .. 8 47p Port Orange

In Peterhof, Kussia, he slept in a bed GERMAN Nuhi KALI WORKS St., New,York. "St. Augustine" Leave Sewalls Point, Tuesdays and Fridays. .11:00a. m. "Stuart" Jensen .... ..... 6B2p TOUp "" Ormond Daytona .'.. 8 Otlp 4p 5 Joip Up,

which was made and designed especialf g3 Arrive Titusvllle Wednesdays and Saturdays '. . ... .12:30 p. m. Hoba Bound f f Sop

\ for the first Grand Dnohess Olga "St. Augustine" Leave Eau Oallie, Thursdays and Mondays. . 3:0: a. m. 'A West W. Palm Jupiter Beach v... < tfip 7 se&p 4Hp A San Mateo.Mateo.LSan .. 4

ihcholaievna, daughter of Nicholas 1 Kocklodge, . . 8:00 a. m. L Palm Bench Inn... 6U5p510p 8 4.p jp7Mp
The Popular Clyde Line. Cocoa . 8:15 a. rn. '* Royal Potarlanaw: 8Sop A Palatka.. .. > eoop 6tp() -l-I
[ Miss Twiss, eldest daughter of Hotaoe .12:30: m.Geo. ' W.PalmBoaoh ... 8 2up 9 OOp L Palatka. Slop 6 0Sp|
Arrive Tltusvillo p.
lAntana., 91Sp
Twiss, married' the editor of The
The tourists to Florida In
are coming Linton BDOp1014p Bait Palatka.A .
jTUnes, and on becoming widow mar2ed great quantities now to escape the blizzards F, Milks, A. W. Buie, rt.Laud'rdaie.. ... tit. AuguatlneLi ewp eoop 712i 880n>
his successor, John Delana Her Oen'l Manager. Sup't.Emperor Lemon City., lOfitlp St. AugUHtin*. awip II Kit''
thus happily described the double of the wintry north and bask in A Miami. TMp UOUp A Jackson vllie.. 7 46p |12Wi( 1 H*

the sunshine of Florida. A glance at the Flag lotatlon. Tt aloe s>op on signal jTFiag BtauoJi. Tralua stop on nhSS
event, "She took The Times and Trains do not atop at station* whore time In Trains do not atop at stations who
supplement. lists of the Clyde Line arrivals will show not shown. not shown, ttnm
Train ai betwnnn Jacksonville and Miami Train Hi between St. Auguatlne aud J
Professor James A. Breasted of the that this popular line is doing a very dally, except Sunday. ville
department of Egyptology at the University large share of the bus!doss. And why Train. Ufi between Jacksonville and Mlumldally. villo Trains dally B0, except and 88,Btuiday.St. Auguatlne and J w**

of Chicago, recoived recently shouldn't they P Their ships are the Train 87 between Jacknon villa and St, Auguatlne Train uH la OtiMPOSED EXCLUSIVH7 fidally.

direct from Deshasha Egypt a consignment finest the Atlantic dully, except. Monday PULLMAN O MIS.
plying coasts, and COMPOSED BXCtUttIVEL.T OF PUIXMANCARS. Train 74 between Miami and St. A'lmitlti
of antiquities of unusual value. their tables are loaded down with 'the dally, exoept Sunday.
DO between Jacksonville and St.Augus1 Train 78 betwoon Miami and
them of JuOuomtijTRAIN'S
Among is Mery,
best of everything to eat. The traveling tine priestess of llathor. know BUFFETAND PARLOR OARS ON TRAINS So| BUFFET PARLOR OARS ONIfew
public a good thing when they US.ax AND 78. liiktwHS
Dr. IIn king Eng and Miss Wang see it.

ore to be the Chinese delegates to the .Snarrua andJaavllua. Orange Clt? Orau Itr Ja.icilH.i aie >|

woman's congress to be held in London %aavraa.STATIONS. .
1p 1098. The former, who is known as $100 Reward, $100.

the "Miracle Lady, on aocount of her STATIONS.Lv. Ml'ge N0.1ISTOa No. bl No. JjSnn

success 'in the art of healing, obtained The readers of this paper will be pleased ewBmyrna, ,, 30it.l a lfiplLv. Orange City Juaotlon pT?
her to learn that there is at least one e Helen.....,, !188aUlUp 4 0OpLv. OranKeClty 12Zpi (?
decree of doctor of medicine the
Lv. Cltr., 4 Lake Helen.Ar. .
dreaded disease that science has been grange "i JlpLv.,
'Women's Medical *college in Philadelphia. able to cure in all Its stages, and that Is Orange Oltj Jnnorton... 4 New Smyrna... iap.i. |

Catarrh, nail's Catarrh Cure Is the All trains between New Smyrna and Orange All trains between Orange Olty Jnsctiosul
Milton Barney, the oldest living piooer only positive cure known to the medical City Junotion daily exoept Bunday. |New Smyrna dally except Sunday

In Michigan, was' bora in Hanover fraternity. Catarrh being a constitutional

township, N. Y., on March 24, 1819. disease, requires a constitutional treatments
With his parents ho emigrated to Michigan Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally KEY WEST AND HAVANA.

in Ibilii and has lived at Battle acting directly upon the blood
and mucous surfaces of the system, The eteamshln City Key West 0$the Florida East Coaxt Steamship Company !mondaya
Creek ever since. His father, Nathaniel thereby destroying the foundation of the Miami for Key West onaonvllle Wedneadaya and Fridays after arrival of train fn m Jw
drove the first between malunng connection at Key Went with aleamers for Havana. Leave Kev Weil m
Barney, stage disease, and giving the patient strength m. (standard tune) on Tuesdays; Thursday a and Batordava, arriving Miami nut morwi
Battle Creek and Marshall when the by.building up the constitution and assisting & time to oviuaaet with north bound train..

aoontry was alive with Indians. nature in doing its work. The

proprietors have so much faith In its

curative powers, that they offer One NASSAU N. P.
Mat Raising Checker Players.
Hundred Dollars for any case that it ,

When Admiral Jouett was acting seocetary falls to cure. Send for list of testimonials. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES I Servlse te> Ni n, N. P. (Bahama Islands), inaugurated January 17,1808,by tat El
of the navy, the commandant ofbe Miami, especially btxUt for paaaanger trafflo between Miami, Fla., and Naiwau.

( academy at Annapolis asked that aodet Address, F, J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O. Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. I niAMI TO NA53AU.SendWeekly. NASSAU TO niAMI.

be oourt martialed. for Whipping iJSold by druggists, 75c. The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers !
January 17th to February 11thTrt to February 114to
five' toughs and two polioemen, although '* "Cherokee "Seminole." eetly February 14th to March CSfh. March *h.to .
if was done in Belf defense. "Court martial William, has begun at Berlin "Comanche" "Iroquois, Semi-Weekly, Mareh 20th to AprU Uth. L-We April lath.

that fellow?" roared Jouett. "That the practice of keeping the Lutheran North Bound."Algonquin .

boy ought to have a medal. Do you suppose churches' of the city open throughout Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tule. These Time Tables show the times at whloh trains and boats maybe expected to arrlrnii
the government hired you to raise From JACKBOVVILLK, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesilayj and Tlmrsdays depart from the several atationa and porta, but their arrival or departure at the Ilea
the day and on week days. Until now From CHARLK9TON, B.C., .. Mondays,. Wednesdays and Frldaj stated is aot guaranteed, nor does the Company hold itself responsible for any delay or at)
boys to play checkers? Argonaut. only the .Catholic churches have been For hour of sailing soe "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers. eonseqnenoea arising therefrom.
For copy of local time card call at 236 Weet Bay Street,Jacksonville, or addreMj.
left thus open to stray worshipers on South-Bound.
Mot Dangerous.He week Steamer* are appointed to sail from Pier 2 East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follows: .r. pKntrwrrn. a J. D. RAHNEB,
Who was it said. "A little learning days.Don't For CHARLESTON, B.C., Mondays, Werinemluys and Fridays. raffle Manager, Aaa't. Oen. Passenger Al t
is a dangerous thing?" For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde .

She Pope.Uerl Tobacco Spit anil Smoke Tour life Away.To New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

wonder what he 'really meant? quit tobaooo easily and forever, be mag* (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways)

BheI don't know exactly, but I'mmire.ox netlo, full of life, nerve and vig-or, take No-To* STEAMERS "DKLAWAKE," AND "GEO. W. CI.TDE"

if he'd Bae, the wonder-worker, that makes weak men are appointed to sail as follows 1 The Trunk Line
one thing ever seen
you strong. All druggists, BOo or SI. Cure guaranteed. From foot of Hoiran Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, Tropical
he wouldn't have said it. Cleveland Booklet and sample tree. Address THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's ,

Leader. Sterling Remedy Co., Cnloago or New York.

St. Johns River Line.DK Jacksonville, .Tampa & Key West Railway


CANDY Jacksonville,Talntka, Sanf ord. Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River.
The elegant Sldewheel Steamers In Effect Jan. 18, '08.LvTV .
r No. 209 No. 21. No. 3T No.23 NO.32. No. 78. No. 38 w>
V LocalMUed 103Op 120 p 9 12a JACKSONVILLE. ..Ar 730am 7 40pnT > 308P
CAPT. W. A. SHAW. CAPT, T. W.LU D, Jr.Is I105p 8 36a044a Orange Park 8 Ham 14 pm
Mo WyandFrl 11 15 p Peoria 640am 7 08p m Tne*
appointed to Ball,as follows: 1141 p 205 p >'< 02a .v Magnolia 6 13 am 6 46pm 214 P209p Tom*
11 4!) M D 10 Jl ...Greet .' 6 m
Leaves Jacksonville, v 3.30 p m. diliy, except Saturday p > Springs. eottaBOOam 40p
Leaves Sanford 9 00 a. m. Enterprise 9.30 a. m. dully except Sunday 11 15ni'4 110ISA 452 p343p 11 00aII Palataa 666pmB24i.ni
00 nli Ilia 8 t umaPomona 4 27am
SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. 25 p 140 a 11 3ta4ta 412am864am 6 15 pm 1SI
CURE CONSTIPATION Head down. Head up. 1 00 p ..Crescent City Junction BOO pm IMP
Leave 3.30 p.8.4A Jacksonville. Arrive 2.00 a. m, 1 48 pH0 2 30 a 12 V4p Seville..., 3 30am 4 42pm Si
....Palatka.... Leave 8.00 m, p 8 13 a 12 41(1 ..s..Deleon Springs.,.. 2 40am 4 III p m86Hpm
8.00 p.a. .. Astor 2.30 p. m, 319 V 820a344a 12 47|. .. Glenwood ..... ... 238am223am 101:1:
p. 10 l
4.30 .St. Francis... 1.00 m. 4 00 p 423 p I Olp Bereafordft 3 46pm 1168
a.a. p. 4 45 p 445 p 1 10a 3 17 pm446pm 1187 a
ALLDRUGGISTS Heresford ... 11.30
a. m. } D l {
17 12 16
3 p 317 pf 4lp Ar 12 t
6.00 a.B..10 Springs., 11.00 a. m. HI I
Arrive a. .. nford.... 9 00 a. m, 4 41 pfi45p 354a430a 1 lip Orange City Juno.... 211am 336pm306pm I tli'1mi!
9! a. ..Enterprise. 9M a. m, tl4flp Enterprise 1
3 20]) Ar TITU8VILLE Lv {. tlOpra
644 p ..Mt. Dora... 9 U a
Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville, 7 01 p ...Tavares ... 9 00 a
51)1) p 1 4fip Ar Sanford .....Lv.Orlando .1 40 a m 807pm147pm 11 24 P-
600 a 5A5 p 3 OOp 11 67 m 1030
Southern J.no.L. Howard, Superintendent. F. M. Irovhovokii, Jr., Fla, Pass. Act, 6 15 a 735 p 4 55p Lakeland 9 18pm845pm p 12 02 pm 9 08a|
Foot Hoiian St. 204 West Bay St.Tuso. 1010 a 815 p ...Bartow.- 7 20 am
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W 410 p 10 45 p Ar..Punta Gorda Lv 845 p m 12 30 a m

** O. Eoarat, T. M., H. WAltnuBros, O.T.r.A., W. H. Henderson, Q.E. p. A.S 840 a 835 p 6 06pe . Tampa Tampa Hay Hotel 7 37p' 'm'Voo 10 66 am 810"8T3S

Railway BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. 10 25 a 910 p 'iiip Ar Port Tampa LvLa p ni to 15 amThura. |
Mon and sat.Tnes 0 30p Port Tampa ArAr 2 80 p mB30pm anil 81m.Wed. .
P. CLTDK A CO., General Agents. A Frlnay. 3 Op Key.West LvAr .anil Sat
-."SBHil u 5 Bowline;Oreea.New York fi Ho. Uelawara Ave., Philadelphia. Wed and Sat. 6 00a 'Havana Lv 12 30p m Wed. andSat.t .

MOST EXCELLENT SERVICE EVER OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA. Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. Trains Dally.2.1 and 76 Daily carry except Pullman Sunday.Sleepers between St.Louis and St. Petersburg, vlarnw b.
Trains 87 and 38, New York and Florida Special, carry through Pullman Vestibuloil 91eepi"J
Dining cars between New York and Tampa.
NORTH EAST WEST Trains si and 32 Carrv Through Pullman ItufTet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati anu tm
New Florida
and Northern Air Lino and Florida Trunk Line.
Time Table In Effort January .?; 1H08. GOING SOUTH Leave Titusvllle dally except Sunday, 3.30 p. m.s arrive Rockleilije dalij |
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM OASS, DINlNa OAKS, cent Sunday.6:30: p. in.} leave Titusvllle, Tuesdays and Fridays, 3M p. m.: arrive Pa'111' "
following day 5:30 p. m. .
uizloaches S SI 8i NORTHERN ITIINTS.8fltiplLv 5 S< m GOING NORTH Leave Palm Reach Mondays nnd Thursilaya, 9 00 a.m.: arrive Wnsvilla.
lowing day 12:30: p. m.; leave Rnckleilge Tuewlays and Fridays 9:30: a. m.j leave RwkW'Uj" ;
week days 8:30: a.m.1 arrive Titusvllle, d illy Connecting wiw *
Sunday m.
"NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." 12 10p210p 4 00p 8 15a '..Jacksonville..Ar84tip 1 I0p 0 15a ,9 2Bp 8 65a & K. W. Steamboat train for Jacksouvljle, Tampa except and points north.p.
Solid train of Testlbuled Pullman Drawing Room 4 40p 8 55aOilllll Lv Yulee Ar 8 34a 8 3f>p 8 10a30a Train 23, leaving Jacksonville 12.11. ' .
Compartment, Observation and. 5 2<1|> OlBpAr ..Fernamllna..Lv1014p daily at 912 a m, arrives at Hawthorne at
Dining Cars between St. Augustine and New York without change."WASHCVOTON 6 40p 10 20a Ar.... Everett ArAr. HOtta912a 6 8 50aS45a 00a 8 TIWp 1:00, Ocalal:65p.: Leeaburg 8:60: Brooksville5:45: p. m. Train leaving Jacksonville at
AND SOUTHWESTERN. LmiTED." 3 lAp 7 BOo .. Brunswick, ,Lv1213aAr. 5 45p<> 30a415a( arrives at Oakland 3:07: p.m., Lacowhee 6.40 p. m.!Tarpon Springs 8:20 p.m., Clearwater
3 4111) 8 5Ap 12 lip .. .Savannah. ...Lv 6 10a 4 p4H.lp m., 8t. Petersburg 10:00: p.m., daily except Sunday,
Through Testlbuled Drawlng-ltoom. Sleeping) Cara between Tampa and New York, 3 57p7J' 5O0isaip> 13 l O. D. ACKERLY,
via Jacksonville, Savannah and Columbia |> 12 20a Lv. Savannah .. ..ArAr. 9 24aS30a 5 00a OBOaB.tiia 4 35p General r *
without change. 2 Superintendent. General Pas eng
02p 2 08a Fairfax, S. C.Lv 3 08a 2 25p
UNITED STATES PAST MAIL." lauop 2 4-1) 2 50a ..Denniark.SC ** 225a1247a 4l)0a 134p620a
9 35p 10 41a Augusta, Ga "
Pullman Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Care between Jacksonville and New York. >P 410p820p 4 4a Columbia, 8. C. ' 1165a

Embracing Lynchburg, Charlottesville, 1125a145p S|>artanbiirg, C 5 Slip MALLORY LINE-
Asheville, N. C. ' 2 06p STEAMSHIP
Washington, Baltimore and Philadelphia.CINCINNATI 11381)li 9 1&a .' Charlotte, N. C. ' 4 00a 10 nop 9 25a
42a 93tlp 10 47a Salisbury, N. C. ' 2 47a 8 60p 8 17a706a
AND. FLORIDA LIMITED." 2 07a 10 44p 12 lOp Greensboro, N. O 1 3T>a 7 37p Florida, New York .
Solid Testlbuled train of Pvllmaa Drawing-Room Sleeplag Cars aad 3 18a 12 OOp 1301) Danville, Va. ' 12 20aio 6 20p 6 50a20Oa .
[ FirstOlaaa Thor Boston.
6 011a and
6 26i Richmond '
oughfare ruaaln Va. 12 oon Philadelphia
through without ohaafa between Jacksonville '
and Cincl 4 60a
natl. 6 45a 158a335a 3 41118W1|) Lynchburg Charlottesville, Va., "" 8 afi 6Ap p 2 4 Oft 27p 11 3 40a166a From Brunswick, "e*

Alio 94Aa1105a 8 4Ja 9 2flp ." Washinatoa OOp 11 15a PASSENGER SERVICE.
Through Pullman Sleeping Car a toCincinnati. 10 4.1a92ip ,
8 oa iianp Baltimore .<>
1 I811 1015aIi4.lp a&HaAXIa ' 6 OOp 9 42a ) Via Fernandlna, F. C. A P.* Ry. and Cmube'la"" JTj

vla Columbia and Ashevlile, Through the 8 Up ... Philadelphia New York 12 2 30p 12 7 20a 6 6np Lv Jacksonville 8.15 a n; Lv. Fernandlna 1 JO p
11 OOp lOOp .. 8 OOp Boston top 15a 4 3 p900a Bmnswlca: 6JO pm.. Dolly except Sunday. Tfu,
LAND OF THE SKY." liOQn 6 OOp Via Everett,alf rail, F. C.& P. Ry. and So. Ry. LTj "np'nvllle
4.00 p m; Ar Brunswick 7JO p m. l>allj. 1"
IhHto h CUattaaooaa ,' **,Mt"00Jt\U"\? aad Bt.?lrmla Louis."T kan Uaaahis.aad. Kansas SLEEPING CAR SER CE.An allowed on board for supper Thursdays.Lt. .

St. ,JM.Ji"d. ** N"W tk*ad rl0fd Limited Veatlbule, between New York, Jacksonville and

y ror agent detailed at the tnformattoa 8oo-r aa BailwaT ae te rates ey, Its sakeduJes.eonneotloaa.sleeping ear reeervatleaa, eae., apply a. oieeper ilS'i8i Asnevllle.,
0" fna*c rr* tnrough aleepers between Jacksonville Friday, Feb. 4 ..,.."... vFriday. ,.RIO GRANDE....
8and and New York In connection with Friday, Feb. it ....... .
L. A. 8HIPMAN Florid* Paaa. uaod6and 10 with Pullmanrfeepera between JaokaonvllleandTamna. .. .. ,..COLORADO
Agt 21. 'West
Bay Street Feb. 18
Jaok.ooYilU FIa. rif * *"*C ,nn "<* Florida Limited,with the RIO GRANDE
, ?Ll W. A. TURK K,1fT7,5l: ,"epera. Theee are brought to Jaekaonvllle by No.Tampa 83. ,Cincinnati,St. Louie and Friday, Feb.25 ..........COLORADO iwl
ra1 H. HAKDWIOX, Friday,Mar.4 RIO GRANDE. .Friday,
-TJce i5ffK !?"be"okdfTomPnlon DePot Tlokets will still be sold at the city ticket ;
Hogan Street, as well as at the Union !
R. W. depor ticket office. For 1}general information,steamers,trains,rates eto. to railroad 20filla J
+****. CAMPBELL, ttA.R 1 apply any
KKSlVMK? lAV. Agent, 202 W St. Jaca
L'Ticket Bay DivLES 8t.
January .17, i8g8. ortn,Jacksonville. WALTI Gen I Agent Jacksonville. ,CHA3. ,Agent,220 W.Bay
HOLDFN,T. F,An 8t.AuguaUne.FIa. A. O. Mac&ONKLL,, 1 Gen. Pasa. Agent. >RAYMOND] ,General Southern Agent, Brunswick,Oa. _
C. H. MALLORY,General Agent, Pier 20, E.H. .BiVer,and 363 Broadway,> *


r srif




Emit Coast Hotels.HOTELS.
at 9knc
Money goes like water through a was the custom 40 or 60 years ago
sieve in Skagguay. It costs $1 to look a to publish humorous vtirsea in connection rnDi n r zEBi rrES hotel, vit
man in the face Meu are like wolves with marriage notices. The following

OF THE they literally feed upon one another. found in an old Boston paper, Is an
Wages for packers any one who can example: v BWfc TITUSVILLE,
carry 75 to 100 pounds on his back and Married,In Ronton, May ES. 18S0, by Rev. MrBtow
work tea hours nre $7.60 a day upward. Mr. Z. T Taylor to Mine Mary Parrot, \ Ifmt Indian Rivor.Fla. .
irida East Coast "Experienced" horse packers are both of Bontou
System fretting as high a* in one instance1 I Among all blrtla that fly or swimThere's .
but one of any uaoTo
know $20 a day The teamsters are a tailor In hie bueineaa.
making more thw thnfc. One was heard And that one la a goose.Bnt .
ched only via growling because lie h.vt only made $50
there's a Tnylor wild baa preened
that day; they sometimes make $100.
Ilia own nut ntoo
j Florida East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. Horseshoe nails are $1 a pound at JSkagguay With a Parrot that very we hope will prove
5 Miami A Key West Steamship Line fioni Miami to Key West, At the foot of tho hill they have A bird of paradtm.Tbe .
lor car buffet service now running, fetched 10 cents u place. A single horso
ledule see page (f. shoo at the foot of the hill has cost, Cat Waa All Right,
$3 50 Rubber boots that cost $5 sell for
ALL OUPIEIfcT, $9. A shoemaker, a blacksmith, it watchmaker
nl.so have set "up shop.A .
West HOTEL KEY. WEST is the number ofwomen.
U. S. Naval Station. surprise On the bunks of tli*
Soma of those are at the dance 338slifar-fumed Indian River.MHKKITT .
saumi New S. S. MIAMI, from Miami. Abroad In a nigbt house, but tho majority are the wives
of minora Then* is but one child in the
ROYAL FALM, wholo place. It is u town of grown uppeople. (Merrltt's llmi l).
The women dress, some ot
HOTEL I3ISCAYNE, Bicycling, swimming, fish- them, in short skirts, with leather leggings
* log and bunting. or rubber boots, or 'else in out ITevixis' Riverviera.. .
CASINO Swimming Tool and out men's trousers.I .
and ask what is the
stop a man
ROYAL rOINCIANA, name of the main street. "Oh, dou't
ask me, he replies "I've been here a high pine land. Health, Comfort and Sport. No better Hunting am)
Beach palm beach inn, Bicycling, golf, Winter week and I come up here overy day and "Watcher eryin far. silly? Cats hes
Ocean Bathing. I get lost AH is movement and action. nine lives, her-u't they? Well, wo's only Fishing in Florida. ,
CASINO Swimming Tool.lOnd There is nothing fixed. The tent of goln ter take one o' dis oat's, and he'll Open from December to May. M. II. MAHON.ItOCKLlClini .
yesterday is a wooden building today. hey eight loft Now York Journal.
nOTEL OKMOND, Bicycling and'Golf.. Where a tent stood yesterday there is a
smooth spot and some tent pin holes :.
PONCE De LEON, only. Harper's Weekly.

{Augustine- hotel alcazar, Bicycling, swimming, The MORROW HOUSE.... Hotel
golf, bunting and fishing Indian River
CASINO Swimming Pool. Cordite a Substitute For Powder. CRESCENT CITY, KLA. m BSS ,

I to the 'General Offices, St. Augustine, for tho New East'Coast Book ofones. Experiments are being made at Portsmouth Centrally located; convenient to the
England, with cordito us ammunition postoillco and steamboat landings. Special Rockledge Fla.Mi .
C. B. KNOTT, for quick firing guns for the attention given to commercial travel. ,
General Superintendent. purpose of determining the visibility of Only llrst-rliiHK hotel tn the city open all ilM;
the flash at night and' how far it would the year. Kates, $J per day; special by
fire. Cordite is said the week. IDA M. HECTOR.
JACKSONVILLE.btel guide an enemy's
to give a much smaller flash than pow

Placid *g* . der. Scientific American.To SOUTHERNERS Tourist Season Jan y J15th to April 1st.

m Make Labels Adhere) on Tin.
Labels will adhere perfectly to tin no VISITING NEW YORK CITY will Host Fisliing nm| Duck Shooting in tho fioutli. Tennis, Pool, IlllUurds, Bowling
he center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west ami Boating.C'oriespondence.
is used if wipe
lock from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, matter what paste yon find good accommodations, at reasomiblo solicited. Address,
erior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. Terms $2.50 perdav and tho entire surface of tho tin with merely prices, at 74 Clinton Place. TIMRKltLAKEA WYATT, Rockloilgo, Fla.
rds. Special rates by tho week. JOHN S. BO WEN, Proprietor.avelers' a suspicion of hydrochloric acid. Tbe One door from Fifth Avenue, and close
reason why is that all tin is dressed in to Washington square. Very central.
oil and hydroohlorio acid removes that. Refer to editor of this paper. IN THE HEART OF THE FAMOUS


West Coast Hotel*. ,

Ills hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated Hotel located amidst beautiful orange benrlng groves. Plenty ofornngos
ghoux.us FLORIDA
meets all Trains, and Electrio Cars pass door. Bath rooms and alsaiences free to guests. Fast trains run directly
on every floor. '

OPEN ALL THE YEAR.cs tojliotol grounds. Do not miss tho

: : American Plan, $2 to $2.50; European, 60o to $1. Special by the week. --GULF COAST HOTELS--
beauty of the Knst Coast.
MRS. FINLEY, Proprietres.ST. .

Hummer Rusoit, Arlington hotel,
AUGUSTINE. ON Petoskoy, Mich. 8. II. PECK, Manager.ROCKLEDGE .

Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alamed.i. PLANT SYSTEM.
BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like
and comfortable. Rates moderate. Gem of the Indian River.

NOW OPEN". GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. Tampa, Fla.- TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open.
1>. r. HATHAWAY, Manager. New Rockloilgo Hotel will -open Saturday, December II, Home-llko and attract
!vo. Flno shell roaAs; horses to dilvu; row boats for fishing; flno Daimler
OceanYiew Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.Jnder Port Tampa, Fla.- TIE, Now Open. launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to all points of Interost. Theso and

J. II. MURDICK,, Maunder. other attractions moke moro variety than Is often found In one place. Rates, tti.liOto

i south new of plza and liberal; within management.seventy-five feet Handsome of the old and sea home-like wall and; fronts located on one the Winter Park, Fla.theseminolk, Now Opon. $:i. Special weekly riftos until Januaiy 15. Correapondeiieo solicited. Send

tiful Matanzas Bay, with an unobstructed view of tho AtUntio Ocean, Anas- A. E. DICK, Manager. for circulars. H. P. SHARES, Proprietor.
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Rates, $2 to $2.50 per day. Special by the
* Open all the year. F. C. nAYDEN, Manager. Ocala, Fla.Belleair .- THE OCALA IIOUSK, Now Open. NOW OPEN,

I>. F. DROWN, Mumper.


Pleasantly located near the largo hotels. Lnrgo ulry rooms. Good Table.
M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, Punta Gorda, Fla.- the punta gorda hotel, now oPon.F. Pure lilteicd rain water. Terms, tl.fiO per day; |T to 10 per week. ,

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.New. II. ABBOTT, MamtKor. J. J. WHITE, Proprietor.WI5HT .

Furniture and Futures throughout.Electrio fort myers hotel now
Fort Myers Fla.the open.
bells(n eery room. Fronting the Old ,
Slave Market and I'laza. Overlooking the Ha/, V. II. ABBOTT, Mananer.KiSSimmee PALM IIKACJII.
with fine ocean view. All white holp. Rates '
2 00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates. Fla.THE KLSSIMMEE HOTEL, Now Open.L. "

Sample room.AZA K. 1IUIXOCK, Manager. Seminole Hotel .

Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and'to the undersigned as to rail'

HOTEL way or steamship rates, or sleeping car lines ST. AUGUSTINE; FLA. # '
W. WRENN TasHcnger Tra'fflo Manager WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA'. .
lost centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza .and the Atlantio
' Splendid view from its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and Savannah, Gn, This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
rd; Special,rates by the week. First-classtable board at reasonable rates.Mks. the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to tho hotel,
A. S. PELL.OTEL with Ashing tackle on board for the use of giiosts. Rates, from 92.00 per day ami
OU3IONI>. upwards; special rates by tho week or month.
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .

MAGNOLIA, ST. august, fa.
The Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January ,

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward. Open for Winter Season of 1808, Bee. 15th.Wheeling. Fine surf bathing, fishing and
SEISER A VININO, Pioprletors. ,
NOW OPEN. Kates, I per day and up. Special Weekly and

rid Commercial rates. II. E. BEMI3, Manager.Graham's .

a a moSs 150 rooms. 800 feet of broad piazzas.
Illll Fla. ,11 The must complete office in South Florida.
ie Holly * Daytona
at BRE.VOORT HOUw Hotel Largo, light and airy dining-room.
8 -3S2lsa8- mi aT sqj # TABLE UNSURPASSED.
Located on the beautiful Halifax. Rates, $2.50 per day and upward.S. .
of In the city.O. MIAMI, FLA. GRAHAM, Proprietor.
The most pleasant and ample surroundings any
= 11L L Ml Utf Uli AH mJ-
Proprietor.X.METTO .


HOUSE, *Ms*! !?! Perfectly new hotel with all modern improvements. Located on park, one
DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is ; block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid vlew of Biscayne Bay. Rates
$2 per day and upward. Special rates by week or month.COICONAOO .
now open for the winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax
r. Fine hunting and fishing locality.
Best of accommodations and excellent cuisine. Rates moderate. IIKACIL

i i. t .i CORONADO BEACH, FLA.On .
Sea Side Hotel

'he Colonnades I'enlnaula, opjxieifo New Smyrna. 0| tn all the J ear.O .
<>ol n.hlne.Iluntrntf,ami.urt bachlfiKi 10 mile* of banl beai-hj hotel carriage* mrnt aM
train*. Batae,|J.U0 uer da*I Bueelal late* by week or month. roetolTtre, New ftmyraa. 'la.W. .
II. KKWKIX, rreprteter.
*On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.

Large, airy and well-furnished rooms, with all modern conveniences, electric
ts. Wis, etc
Plenty of shade outside hotel makes It a delightful place for children.
RATES: $2.60 to $3.00 per day; $12.50 to $18.00 per week.Engagu Magnolia Springs Hotel south of Jacksonville by rail.>. boat.
your rooms at once. Delightfully located. Pur* spring water.W .
Address, Exeeltont shooting1 and flshlnf. r. INOOLD, Managor.
br c TU. O. D. Seavey Co., owaert.



INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, FEBRUARY 18, 1898.mtxsnmttmfm' .

A Trip to JJ JMau.' vlllo. The work will be commenced as long.
goon as 25 per cent ofquired the money re-
is collected. Our last great fishing party on the
Travel to Nassau over the Florida Sebastian consisted of Col. and Mrs (Successor to Lovett& Carroll.)

East Count Hallway is rabidly increasing, Riiffner, Mesdames Louder, Smart and
and tlie magnificent steamer Miami, HUNTING and fishing Hudson, the Misses A a"nd F. Kltchlng, GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES f All
'which piles between Miami' and Nassau, Pearl Kennedy, and Robtr. Roberts, Curd i Br
is crowded with touiists. Schweder and several others. Only sevehof Crockery, Glass and Tinware.TITUSVILLE Your patronage s,,,,.
the party caught fish, as :

To C e the Filing. Mr. John I. Jacob, of Clinton, W.Va. Mrs, F. Hudson, 18; Miss Amy Kltchlng, FLORID
., managed to bag about 20 quail and BO; Robt Roberts, 33; Florida Kltchlng,
"" notice ads. this while 50 Mrs. Louder, 48 Mrs. Ruffner, 13;
TCi? Heading on page Several carloads of drain pipes have been snipe hunting on Wednesday. ; ;
Mrs. Smart 40. Sebastian cor. Advocate.
livo cents lino week.Kiincy
are per per ,
delivered at Jupiter by the F. E. C Hy. Some splendid catches of fish have .
They are to be placed mound the piles been of late Ormond two
reported ,
1'iiieapftle Sllpt* Jis Suckers at the Jupiter bridge, to protect them enterprising fishermen having got nearly Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries. i>
from the destructive torodo. The pipes
for Sale.Abbakas one hundred pounds in a few hours a MEXICO. And Food Products of all kinds. Grain Bran
will be filled with cement, whicbwill few Hay, Cotton Seed Meal
considerably help to strengthen the railroad nights ago.Messrs. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclui

Egyptian Queen, Golden bridge, W. J. Uazlewood (one of oilr Coffee, cocoa, rubber, tobacco, corn the above line of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit yourn
Xjtieen, Porto Kioo, Smooth Cayenne and Brooklyn subsciibers), W. J/LaRoche, and fruit lands for sale, that are located Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO.
IKed (Spanish. Apply toMaudock Gone on a Cruise.Messrs. Ross Valentine, Charles Hill and Chas.Brennan about Salto, in the world's finest climate, Titusvi f,
A. Mattiiams, who have been having an excellent where it never becomes hot or freezing,
"Palm Beach Pinery," time hunting and fishing at the in a Oarden of Eden, that should attract
Went Palm Beacli, Fla. Kmil Kirssewotter, Albert Haulover, during the past two weeks, the horticulturists of every land, and i3srs"cr sisrcE3..
Carrodl. Will Snider, Charles Freeh, left for other points yesterday. especially the orange and lemon growers
Jotin PfellTer, Charles Schenck, Ted of Florida, to whom we make, a low FIRE.
Fancy Pineapple IManta. Krumm and Dr. W. Q. Thomen, members Mr. J. O. Bennett, an expert amateur price. Write The "Old Jfcirtford," Equitable

of tht> Olentangy Club, Columhu*, fisherman, accompanied by his Wilson Siibixbb, and otMWtoell known Companies.23T" Life
Hardy, vigorous, grown without ahelttqr O., were a merry crowd who arrived InTitusvllle sister, Miss Bennett,. will leave New Kansas City MotTo Assurance Com l
smooth-leaved Cayenne, AbbakajjuA ion Monday. They chartered York for the New Rockledge hotel, Lowest raxes guaranteed. 'Write for rates, etc.

Jamaica Ripley plants for sale.K. the schooner-yacht Siren, and have (roneon Rockledge, to-day (Friday). Mr. and GEO. B. RUMPII, Jn.,
O. K. Ttodall, a cruise down the East Coast as laras Miss Bennett spent the winter before Cnra Conatlpatlon Torever. Agent, Titusvllle, Floria
Waveland, Fla.Ouaruiitee Miami. last at Rockledge, where tbey made Take Cascurets Candv Cathartic. JOo or 25cIf
many friends.It C. C.C.(all to cure,druggists refund money.

112 per cent Interest.Kleven Annual Reception n l Ball off the If allfux took three men over half-an-hour to G. CARY-ELWES,
Hirer Tarht Club.We pull in the l)00-lb. shark caught by Mr.Chas. ROBBINS & GRAHAM

acres land, fronts on Indian A. Stonehill, from'the Palm Beach & LIFE
pier, on Sunday rooming last. The hooking FIRE INSURANCE]
and Banana Hlvec; small cottage, 2 artesian In of the invitation
are following

wolla, 100 nice'orange trees, 11,00)) of this monster caused a deal of excitement. ...X>aAyors....
: 'The. Halifax Hiver Yacht few left theshark's Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance
pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates Club requoBt the presence of yourself Quite a parasites Company and J
(hut season; giiavasmanRoos, Japan pormlinmons and ladies at their third annual reception body as soun as he was pulled WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.
ashore In front of The Inn.Messrs. .
and other fruits place. Price
and ball at their club house In Daytona, 237 Your Business Solicited.
4J.I500. Address B, Advocate office.Titusvllle Tuesday. February 15th, 1808. Reception John F. Delaney, Henry Karlert UNITED STATES C6URTS.

FJa. at right bells; dancing at four bells." Robt. Mourey, Montle Delaney and TJTUSVILLE, FLORIDA.NoToHm .

We regret that pressure of business Martin Delaney all went duck hunting,
J tare Cluuice. precluded our attending the affair, Sunday last, and got their share of ducks ABSTRACTS of Title Famished

which from all accounts was a most successful in audition to a large sargent,'caught by & Motlow
and brilliant gathering. Mr. Mourey, also a great number of for Lands is Brevard arid Dade .Losley ,
For sale, on Hidgewood avenue,.Day.tyna other fish and birds. They returned

a very nice residence and Improved home at sunset, well pleased -with their Counties.
Launch for (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
lift, in a desirable location. House. Is Sale. day's sport. Micco cor. Advocate.In .

now.rented, a nd pays ten per cent net. the rotunda of the Hotel Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines Brandies Sams Gins
This Is well worth your attention. launch 21-foot Morris Royal and \u\\
Naphtha We have List
Palm Miami two tables a large
Address, F. L. A., were placed
Heights build, 2-horse-power engine Bottled Beers Ales and Stoat.A
Care Advocate office. ; Saturday night. One contained several : .
stationary awning; storm curtains; hair large black boss, a specimen of a catch of Lands owned by
tilled, plush cushions; lockers under made by Senator Camden, of West Virginta First-class Line of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tabid

Xand For Bale. seats; bottom coppered Cuam.es; excellent A. Ci.ahk order and a party of friends. The party ourselves and clients. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given totlLorders.

throughout. caught 203 fish, averaging four pounds .'Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titusvllle 1mZi.
One hundred and elghty-flvo acres pi Jacksonville, Fla. each. The other table held three fish- Price for unimproved

Mine truck land, small orange grove and two kings, the largest weighing 2.lbs.! .
two buildings for sale at Courtenay, Indian Received 'With Thanks. These were caught by Master Frank lands $3 to $100
Hiver, Fla. Beautiful spot. Will Smith. The catch of black bass was the R. DECKER.

ell at a sacilfico. Part cash, remainder The following Is a copy of a communication largest of the season. These fish were per acre.WE .
an time. For further particulars, address received from Mr. Horllck of the the admiration of the guests.Mr. .
the owner, J as. T. Small, Lowlstaun -]::; Will.keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[-
world-renowned Horllck's Food Co. .
: Chas. N. Naethlng and ProfJ..
Me.; or call at Advocate office, Tifcusville have a few Residence, Orange
M. Larlin of New York returned
Racine Wis. Feb. 12 ) toTitusvllle
Fla. 1)8.
on Monday night, after aweek's Grove and Pineapple Properties in deslrable CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER'Drossod.
Editor Indian River Advocate: sport on the Banana river, whero '

Take Note of Tills. Dear Sir Please accept, with my compliments they were very successful in bagging locations. Prices Reasonable.
of Horlick's Malted birds. Mr. Naethlng informs us that
a case and Hougli.
For sale a comfortable home, situated Milk, which I have this day expressed, there were millions of ducks on Banana TITUSVILLE
an. the Halifax Kiver, at Port Orange; I prepttId. I trust will take river, and he saw many bear, deer and OFFICES i I
you a liking and MIAMI. Also and Turned
large and nicety laid out grounds; live 11, our tlaytona. product, and that the above wild-cat tracks, which proved that game Mouldings Work; Brick, Lime, Cemd
IIouso Is large will was plentiful on the peninsula. He has
supply prove acceptable.I
And completely furnished, with three have returned from my Southern been duck shooting in the neighborhood and Crates of All Descriptions.Tittusyille .

Acres of land surrounding It, planted Ina trip, highly pleased with the country and of Titusvllle this week, and bagged DO .
variety of fruit trees orange, grape, Its people.' I wish to thank you for ducks in all.Mr.. Naethlng leaves for MIAMI.TfttKEEIiEYJS Florida!
etc. Fine locality for fishing and hunt your hospitality and courtesies shown New York tc-day, but his many friends
ing. For further particulars address me. hope to again see him in Titusvllle ere
FLA.Tor .
MKS. VlTILI.AUME, Jambs Pkitchabd, President; W.IM. Bboww, Vice-President:
Daytona, Fla. Wm. Hohlick, Jn., COCAINE, TOBACCO and CIQABETTK HABITS.Adoptad C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
for Fifty Cent* by tbe U.S.Government.F.r .
C uaruntevtl tobacco lia'olt cure, makes week lafrraaail,,.klilrm JOSEPH ZAPF. Hiding; to Unrkhouiuls In Florida. men atroug, blood pure, too,tl. All UruKKtats Plow Sanitarium, Cor.llalon aad Ho a an Mta. INDIAN RIVER STATE BA1

The "Rider and Driver," of New York
Brewing Ass'n city, one of tho loading illustrated weekly (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

journals devoted to the horse, has the COHEN Authorized capital, $1 OO.OC
following to say of Col. II. J. Tiffin's BROTHERS.
Famous St. Louis Lager Beer. club enterprise on Merritts Island : Paid up capital, $25,00

Bold by Loslcy <& Ronaker, Titusvllle. "The Royal Buckhounds Hunt Club . Average deposits, $15O.0C

Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral will be opened March 1st, at Courtenay,

Waters. Wholesalo'Liquor Dealer.3ANFORD on the Indian addressed River, to Florida.Mr. J. O. Communications Bast, Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville, Fla. Transacts a General Baiiii)

Courtenay, Florida, will elicit full par
tlculars. Mr, H. J. Tiffin Is the leading THE LEADING DRY jGOODS IIOUSE IK THE STATE.To Business.

spirit in this enterprise which, from its all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write for Samples.
East Coast Meat Market novelty, will surely capturo the attention Largest and Oldest Bank on the Sit''
of sportsmen. The stags will be kept in Try It Our Mail Order Department; the most complete quick service.

captivity, and let loose when a hunt is Orders filled received. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countn*
same day as We pay express on all goods ordered of us to

DUREN, Agent the desired Royal, after Buckhounds the fashion in England.practiced Mr.Tiffin by. the amount of $5.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies DlREfcTOK9:
the order. *
also intends to provide other
many onvllleUDurkek
ot the National Bank of Jack
forms of sport for the pleasure of members (Vice-President National Ban
In Dress Goods
of the club, such as polo, tennis, New Spring Styles and Silks Jacksonville), and W. M. Bbows.

faa shooting, fishing, etc., so that everyone Now Ready. CORBE8POKDKNT8.Seaboard .
will find to hand means to enjoy his National Bank of New Tori"
favorite game or sport. Mr. Tiffin and Address: National Bank of JaokaoDTille. *

his associates have acquired rights over COIIEN BKOTHERS, rXXrJUSS! > XJL.I-.EJ IT-I- V.
of land.
nearly 10,000 acres Popular Dry Goods House,
Jacksonville, Florida.H. .
FOR SALE.- Home-Crown

Florida. evening.meeting The Titusvllle in Itoside their Hoard rooms a number of on Trade Wednesday of visitors held a, THE C. B. ROGERS PINEAPPLE- SLIPS AND SUCKERS'

the following members were In attendance Of the following Varieties :
: Geo. M. Bobbins, W. M. Urown, Importers and Wholesale Grocers.

Fred A. Losley, He v. J, F. O'Boyle, O. F.Duren Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen Golden Gjoeen Ripley Queen, Snot:
T. T. Wetmore, T. W. Lund, E.L. ....Provisions Grain Hay, Flour Grits Meal Etc. ,
Brady, E. B. Wager, R. W. Rhodes, Cayenne, Pernambnco and Red Spanish.

H. C. Scrlmgeour, Dr. J. M. Dixon, Geo.W. Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Co.,
Our business confined to the tradaonly. Apply to G. C. MATTIIAMS, Florida Tineapple
Scobie and
Secretary J. G. Bast; Beach,H
Mayor Lund presiding. CANNING.CC. ( Orders from consumers neither West Talm

The minutes of tbe previous meeting BRAND CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired. '
were adopted; communications rend by
the secretary and ordered tiled; and a SAMUEL B. MILI.EB. CLABEXCK S, UILlCl

janitor bill, and one for papor hanging, Quotations made i>romptly on application, KataMlahetl 1841.
ordered paid. Chairman Bobbins of the

executive committee, reported the furniture
for the rooms ordered. Rev.O'Uoyle B. MILLER & CO
It's .
chairman of the collection com "l Enough to IMuke a Preacher
nilttee, reported progress. Swear
Upon invitation, Capt. S. L. Jeffords When WHOLESALE
purchase bottle
you a of
submitted his
report on the soundings to keep in the house for medicinal
and measurements for the purpose of purposes, COMMISSION FISH .DEALERS
digging a channel through Banana creek other to find that It is made up of firsil oil and ,

from the Banana to the Indian River. foreign Ingredients. Good, pure No. 7 Fulton Fish
whiskey Is a tonic and a stimulant, an JIarket. 2few Tork.
substance of this report was, that
1,8!>5 cubic yards of earth would have tobo petizer and a preventive of colds. There is

removed to glvo a channel of a uniform Baker none that can hold a candle to our fine Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish
whiskey for
S. MEADOR depth of two feet at the lowest excellence. purity, flavor or general Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc.Refebences .
stage of the water, making a three foot
"Washington Avenue, depth when the stage of the water was JOHN CLARK SOX & CO., : Fulton and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish
in its normal condition. Capt. JetTdrdaottered the United States.B3T" .
TTITUSVinLE, FLORIDA.Brtve Commission
to make n contract with Jthe Merchants and dealers In Stencils furnished on application.CHESEBRO .
Board to remove tho obstructions and Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines A Liquors,

Your Pines From Frost. open the channel for 20cts. per cubic JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E .
yard, or a total cost of $070.00. On ?" Consignments of country produce
motion, his report was received and solicited.
Warmers who are about to cover their filed, and the following committee appointed BROTHERS
-pineapples and would do well
vegetables, to supervise the work, and arrange
to get their Ughtwood posts at a cheap for closing the contract and bond ESTABLISHED 1873.

rate from Ing Capt. JelTords for a faithful
same: Capt. T. W. BOUES & CO.
Georgians, Fla.Help. Lund, R. C. Scrlmgeour and F. A. Losley. ...

they Tho would collection for commence the payment committee soliciting of announced the work subscriptions GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. CJOMMISSON PlSH JEALE#

next week; In the meantime, those in 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.r .
StL Scotch girl not very strong accus'Zoiued terested in this important work for the nH! ontth0, H"1 o t reliable Seed ; A No. 1
complete atock of liar Wholesale Fish Market Tork.
r Nevr
to house work, would like a place benefit of Titusvllle and the Canaveral f lV' Wheat' GrIU' Meal. Cotton Seed MeaL ,
with d ww bright
light work; moderate wages. Peninsula, are invited to send their con 6" *>r.Tygrt.AUen Fertiliser ? SPECIALTIES Blueflsb,
Address B. L. 11. :-Spaniau Mackerel, Sheephead Tompano,
tributions to Dr. John M. Dixon, the BtorBr dr u ,
Care Advocate. treasurer of the committee, at Titus- ioW. SnappeWranfl h' Tront. G Turtle, Bedhead and Canva back Duck..

Stenclut promptly aupplled. References furnished If desired.S. .

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