Title: Indian River advocate
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Title: Indian River advocate
Uniform Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville,Fla. ; Indian River City
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Publication Date: March 4, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
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 )
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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: VID00173
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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ALL BICYCLISTS VISITING ST. AUgustine Slf-BOOKs, CLOCKS, Etc. nice ashiiiIntent Mr. A. Giddy, of Gomes, lias recently Lord l >iiiigiir\aii and | lu> Hon. W.M. AMONG THE HOTELS.If .

should call at K. W. Beets' at Screveu's Ding Stoie, been on a visit to.fiieuds at liar- Low, of England, oxpi't t to make a
stoie In the Cordova block and seethe Titusville. wood and down the East Const week.Mr. .
St. Augustine.Mr. trip n<>tt j oil want iv line pine* of hotel property
new 8 models of the Ramblei.
Ciesccnt, Victor, Ideal, Wolff, Cleveland Bead "V week of Biithdiy Celebiations" Robt. Ransomv state agent for Grant (8. Springer, owner of lead ml. on :tr
Steiiim, Remington, Bit lies, on our (itli page.Mr. the Acetylene Gas Co., was a passenger the Htn.AligtistliiC' unit I m ml tit* factories line to the owiiei, Ct Oik IUI Kll.Di .
Tribune. Fcrnles* and IMuvniv wheels on Wedrtsday's train, en loute to Miami. was a recent vUitor ti ( ncoa.Mr. ,

the l.ugest assoitmeiit in tlie state.Mi. . Mills is still the e\er-ob1lgln Plnktutwn is ngiln at Ms old stand
car conductor at Oimond.L Quite a luge paity weie piesent on E. F. IbwHsell. victpit'sidcntof
Sunday evening to enjoy the tine concci t tlii-J. W. I'iiUth. sli ,fc Oyster ( o as hotel pliyslelin nt Hotel Ormond,

U. Simpson Giant, of Indiuuili, U. Detkei Co., Titusville. >>i hon given bv Hotel Oiiikond's orchestia in SI. Louis, Mo., ge us a plviuinit call Oimond, wbein Ills nmiieioiis ti lends me

was a lecent vlsltoi to town.Mr. hind a big stock of lumbei.Y"> toI the Casino. yesterday.Don't always glad to welctone him.

.lis P Goldsmith from I hem for estimates.Mr. The membeis i f St. O ihiicl' Guild tajl loi.it the iiiiiscum atI Chief Clvrk L. If.. Binghioii, of Hotel

Kockledge Tuesday to camo shoitisit up L. B. Onodall, of Sanfmd. M >., will meet at the resilience of Mrs, L. A.Biady I liir band room ot I In- Iniinni KlcItjml Oniiond, Is tiliu ilgUli man in the light

to his family.Mi , p ly a biothei of Mr. Finest Goodall, was :tlecent this (KiiiU,\ ) afternoon at the lo-inoi'rtiw. Open Irom in a. iwtu place, until his ever lendv geul illty Is

visitor to Titusville.VIcePiesldiMit usual time.I'hoMessis. HI p. in.I much apiuiHuintcil bv thegucMts.
l I) l'aikei, of M idison, Ga.,
.lias at lived at Hawk's P.uk for the J. U. INirott and Woodwaiil Bios, after I he Titusville Ladies Orclicsivnrenil Hotel llisuayiitf, Allanil, niulei the able

"ADVUCAih" mntmg office. season Sup. K. T Goff went south Wcduesdiy, an enjoy ilile cinise in their y iclit Fiomas <>reiileiice i- I management of Mi II K Itemls, Isitpoittsl

The on an inspection of the load.l'ev. fn as I'll in Kcuh, letiuned to Titus of Mm, UomwcII Coleman uiiV to bu ibdng a "i iisliing" business.
I Mr. Allen Campliell, of Melbourne, vllle on Wediiesd i>. \ cd nesiJaj evening.Mr. Mil Bends is well liked by the
I was among the Msitois to Titnsvillo, Father O'Bovle was the lniky nuncroiia guv t* who palioni/.e this
LOCAL NEWS Monday.Mr. winner of Maui Ice Wnlsbe's bicycle in We could have disposed of a laig Stanley Kitcbingof ebn>aii'an, )ionic -Bke hosltliy.Managers. .
,
the di awing last Satmd.ty night.Itev. number of wxtia copies of list week's has ai'cept* l the elmlleiige of Mr. W.
General Interest.di and Mis. T. A. Snider and paity, the ilemausl.Kvciy Hnkhaiu ot St, Augiistiiio. Bead II. Peck, nflei n Hying tlipto
of Anvocyir, so gicut was S. ,
til Topic* W. N. t'h iiidotn of LnGrnnge
,
after a pleasant nip to Daytona and liU summer hotel 'I lie Ailington ntPetoskev
copy was sold by Monday.Mr. I lie Nal-iil will Km e" on Mil |ii h.Dr. .
other points, have letiuned to llobeSound. will pieach at the Biptist church, I'ltustille Mich., was w.ml lo letuinimnwdlately
>ly
frith llisciiyne Buy, lake Worth, Indian, and Mis A. V. A. Win ins, foinier known incidents of Shelton, Conn., ti ive was it Hlteiidance on Mrs. S, II. I'n k, wife, mid lie leluiiicd homo to KotkKnlge -
blmmiis ami Halifax litters. Key Went Mrs. T. V Mitchell, of Cocoa, was in been enjoying themselves on the East nt Kockli'ilge. the llrst of I li > week.We on Tuesday.
of Eden
Vnil all oHier Important Point* wlowr the town a day in so the end <>l last week, lesidents lecently gavoipilte Const this week, piiylng a visit to onr art' glad lo learn Mrs. IVc-W (s now
filends inSt.
t unt Count of r lorlda. lirlef mention of visiting her patents, and sister, Mis. 1". a swell dinnci paity to many lesorts. They mo a very pleasant out of danger.Mis Hotel Oimond (i.Jf Links niu kept
Kvents from Various Part* E. Puckctt.Mi. Aug list!ne. and themselves tpille lively, ami it huge number of
Interest line c npie, illo amimliiK .
if th World| About People Yon Know J. C. Silter, pii\atc sccictiuyof Miss Bertha Bnrelle, sister of Mis. young boating, tlshing and taking in the M Finley, lecently of tiw| Tinvel.eis' guests aie diHv eujo> lng this exciting
Hotel Jacksonville lias taken '
Onn't Know Pit ked 'has. K. of this place hopes topiv Floiida.Mrs. up gnine. 1 he Golf Links Is still b lug filial
lou ( Kenyon vaiious sights of
mil People Mr. II. M. Flaglei, is <]nite plcistd sunny the leiiso of I he New Elliott hotel III that ged and the old couisu leipioved.
Kdltorand nl *urrif visit to thu Misses Paine nt Kockledgi" -
sotlrtv rK a ,
ipbvOur the aiiival ot Ids niotlier I'alin
over at B. Joseph and her dinghter.Mis. city Wo wish her oveiy siiceesnMis
scattered along the eio long.Col. the liouscH Miami
Ooirespondents Beach fiom New Yoik.Mis. Among popul ir at
Flank R. Reinliuger, accompanied
t unt Const of Florida.jy In bis tine Kdwmil Stiling ami dmgliter, Is Hotel Conolly, D. M. Couolly being
Geo. Huston yacht Read liiu
,
Miss
by weiea pleasant
J. C. U'hitin and mild veiy
accompanieil who have been spending in my months the genial piopiietor. It Is the
Seminole, has been on a cmisn fiom whom wo met at Oimond on Salmdaylast. open
by Miss Tlllinghast, of Whilinsllle at Saco, Me, visiting Mis Stiiig'| puieuls entlio mid lu lug iciilole with all
ads. ten cents Coma, to Palm Beach, enjoying the Tliey had hem at tending the ball yeai
notice
Reading aio old of The Oimond h.ne
\ guests letmned letui ited lo Cocoa the Him of the modeln convenient'! s l\u the iiomfoit of
;r line on this page.f lor the season.Mis. beauties of Lako Woith.Gcn'l. at Miami, and weioen loutu homo to delightful M week, ninth lo the dellgnt of their guests, it bus Its full ipiola of pillions.Ml. .
said had
Augustine, They they a
Pass. Agent, O. 1). Ackeilv, tunnel oils fiiends,
In consequence of the nonnnivsilof A. Banelle, who is spending of the J. T. A K. W. It'v., letiuned time at the Royal Palm and 0. II. Piescott, of Milton, N. II.,
,
our pink |>aper, we have been compelled the winter at Sunbeam with her diughtei. home n'ght last tiom a tlipto Hotel Ormond.Mis. Ml. E. A. Mom in, of Melbourne, who sfiends his siitumcis at the New
louse white for pait of this issue Mis. C. K. Kemon, was a pleasant on Kiiilay Is bioilier of Mr. F. A. Moigiili, of this Mount Pleasant house, W bite Monntulns.Is .
Ackeilv
Beacli. Mr.
always
Pilm W. I). Mussenden anddaiightei ,
Hie tlel.iy in icccivlng llie paper will caller at the Aiocatk sanctum on a welcome visitor to Indian Klver.Mr. well-known foi mer wintei visitors to 11tusvillu plue, has Keen lu town uevvllil days this still occupying his old position as heailwiilter
pievent ns sending out our full edition onTuesday. of week, waiting lot a pally tiom the at The Oi nioiid, which ollieu hn
until to-morrow, Satiuday. Subscilbcra W. Biiulley, of Biooklyn, N. V mid pionilneut itildcnls N'oith to take lot a utilise down Indian tills wltti bis usual inbaiilty,
Geo. F. Miles general leave Xuwmk foi
mnnageiof Bath Me., to
expect
will take note.Mi. whitaiiived at Hotel Indian Kiver, Kock Kiver,
please the Indian Klver and Bay Biscayne with his son last week, has returned Jacksonville and this place, 'lliuisdiy Soveial veiy enjoyable dances have
and Mrs. L. F. Oilllv and daughof Inland Navigation Co has been on a ledge, ninth. His, son will spend the next, on a visit of soveial weeks In Mis, Mi. L. K. Decker, ncconipmiieil by taken place lu the casino of Hotel Or.inonil .

Chicago, ailived at The Oimondi trip to Washington, Philadelphia and remainder of the season at Kockleilgo.Mr. McClenuan and Mis. M. P. Bobbins. The Ids son, Tom, nitm uud to I itnsvilla flout the past week, Lust Sitluidtiy
i MotifUv.Tiolcct. New Yoik this week.Mis. many fiiindsof the above Indies will ho Lden the Hist of the week. Mr Decker night was no exception to Hie rule, wiflllieio | (

Your Orange Tiees fiomoht" Geo. M. Bobbins and fimllyletiuned and Mis. W. O. Budd, of Chicago, glad to see them in Titusville ilgnlti, infotms ns that lie has HuUlicil the weie many piusvut tu "tllll {\\flight >
after a tlip to the E 1st and West coasts Episcopal uliuinli ill Eden, vxiept tho fantastlo. '
is the title of an article that Mill to town on Satin day last, alter of Floiidt, have leturned to Chicago.Mr. Mrs. H. O. Stone, one of the well- bunging of the doors.Mrs. .

i found on our 2nd page. an enjoyable visit to Miami and Ankona.At . Budd made a good lecoid while known Icadcis ot "Chicago's IIHi," Is a Mr. J. C. S. Tlmbeilake, of Hotel Indi -

Sir Lynch Blosse has been enltit the latter place I hey weio the guests limiting in Floilda. His in my fiiends welcome finest of Hotel Oniiond, wheie Ramsey and her ilmighlers, in River, Koekleilge, has In Ids possession

Henry bimself nt Hotel Plazi Rockdjje of Mrs. C. T. McCaily. will be glad to sue him licio again.Mrs. she retched lieaity gieeiings tiom heinumeioiis Mrs. Nellie Powell and Miss Maggie u in i py of the Southern llliistialed
\ ,
fiom Hotel Oimond fiiends on hei aiiivaltlie Histof Kauisey, of HaverHiu k, N, J nri* ex News, published at Richmond, Vn., onMaieh
>, foi some days past.Mr. have Large been miking piitics the Toniokn C. L. Oooillmo and Miss Good the week, Mr. Stone Is an onipiniedby peeled to tirrlie in Titusville TnesdiiyIrom II, IMilt, dining tho war between
duly
and Mrs. C. B. Soeley, of New river. So big aie theciovid tiips up some- hue, of Spiinglield, Muss old guests of hei liiend. Mis. Bultei Held, and they I he Inn, Palm Bench, whore they the Noil li mul Suutli. It Is nn I hi crest.Ing .
Hotel Oronil the Mount Pleasint House, N. II., are at tho lemainilel of the been a week or so,
nk, have been sojourning at days that three lannt lies have to becharteted will spend season have spending souvenir of those Ilines, and Mr,

for some days past.Capt. to accommodate them.Dr. The soon Oimond be joined for by the Miss season.Beinie, They who is will lu at the above palatial hotel, Mr, William A. McCren, of Sew 'tlmbeilake Is Justly pioud nf It,

J. II Smith, of the steamer P. It. Bennett, of Uibana, O luNassau.. Mr. and Mis. F J. M uley, of Little Unchclli', N. Y reglstereil ill Hie Iniliiin The Magnolia hotel, St. Augustine, Isbecouitiig

SebiHtian, is looking better in health who is spending the winter at Dayton i, Falls, N, .1., and Ml. John O. Guide, ofHacketisark River lintel, '1 Itiisvlllc, yesterday ipilto noted for Its many forms
tor his week's vacation. lias purchased the sloop Edith A., and J. B. Tcirv, of Southold, N, Y., N. J., after a pleasant visit lie had been on a visit to Palm of amusement. The dance 'I burst lay

The platform at the station of the we piesumc he will soon be ciuising nfter visiting vniious places along theE to St. AiiKiistlne, lett for Hold I'li/i, Bern b ami Rmkledge, where he said evening last, which was it brilliant sue-

;nt t oaBt Line at New Smyrna has down Indian River.Mr. ist Coast as f.ir as Key West, will probably Kockledge, and other points south onMonday. be hail spent aery enjoyable time.Mr. cess, was followed on Saturday by acakewalk
leave Jacksonville to-d ly for New Mr. Mnley Is a pioiiiitient Mi I'reit said lie was on Ills way iiiiitlcipiited In by the walteis
ft) lengthened and much improved.Mr. and Mis. Geo. N. Ostrander, of Yoik, by steamer. Mr. Terry's many road bnililei and employs a laigo tone home mid much regretted leaving this and I hei i ladles, Theiu was n largo

and Mrs. F. A. Philbiick, prolotors Albany, N. Y., nfter visiting St. Augustine filends aie always pleased to see him In of men. I ho above paity me much impiussed genial < liinlite so soon.Mr attendance on both occasions, and tho

of Faragut house, Rye Beach, and Ormond, left for Kockledge, InTitusville. with the East Coast section, and iiml Min A II Smith, of Knon, O, young folks uspetlally had a good time.Messrs. .

ire recent arilvals at The Oimond.Civil Palm Beacli and other points on Tuesday A. O. Russell and his son, Mr.V. expect In spend some time livie, liuiit- after spending a month or so at Hotel
via steamer fiom Titusville.Mr. and Anderson A Pi Ion of Hotel
going ting tlshing yachting. ,
Engineer O T. Spencer, after \ W. Russell, of Cincinnati!* A Sebastian st Elmo, Gieen Cove Spiings, an I veil at showed
Oniiond the III st of the wc k
and Mis Win. M. Merwln have I1 aims, at Sebastian, have been the well-known hotel Titusville ,
lying a visit to the Jupiter-Juno canal, Among Biooklyn the IihIi in River yesterday decided
turned to St. Augustine on Tuesday.Mrs. recently been entertaining their grand spending several days nt The Inn, Palm residents who were stopping at '1 heOrmond afternoon. Mr Smith has Just an Al>Vor>ArM had lepreseutntlve iccclved fiom a Messrs,

son. Mi. A. O. Merwin, also Mr. W. E. Beach. The former left for Nassau, N.P. the Hist of the week weiu Mi, celebrated his Hlth birthday, which he novelty they
James Ilackett, of Fhlladel- Smith, of Milfoid, Conat their beautiful ., Monday, and the latter went *o New and Mrs. E. II. Smith, Mess is. Biyaii II. Infill ins us wus the grandest lie has ever Aliislio A Webster, of Hotel Majestic,

>!a, Ins arrived at St. Augustine, and winter home at Kockledge.Mrs. Yoik, stopping at Ormond aslant while Smith, T E. Smith, Miss .MaiIon Mnitli, had. They leave for Kockledge to-day, Washington New York. hatchet It lepicsonted a George made
the
welcome of her daughter beautifully
guest ,
rs. Geo. F. Miles.Col. A. P. Hudson and Miss Cutler- en route. and the Misses Alice and Klsiu Ogdeu. Mr. Joseph B. Rellly and daughter, of varl-llnted paper, ami In the handle .

hill, of New Kochelle, N. Y., still remain The Right Rev. Wm. Crane Gray, They are on a visit to the vaiious lesoits Miss Cutbailne, of New Haven, I'onu., of which was the blll-of fare for the dinner
D. L. Oaulden spent a day or sovfitttof at Hotel Oimond, and they say it is haul Bishop of the .Southern Juiisdictioti of along the East Coast, ami aio a right aio spending the season at Hotel Bis- on that auspicious occasion. Tho

the week at C'ourtenay, on to tear themselves away fiom so delightful Florida, assisted by Aiclideacon B. *'. jovial paity. After paying a visit toKockledge whole arrangement was well gotten up,

nines* matters In connection with Col.J. a spot. Miss Underbill is a very Blown, of this place, has been holding they left foi the Koyal I'olnciana Local News Continued on Hid page, and was ceils I nly very unhjue.

Ti Bin's property.Mr. bright and talented young lady, who is services at several down-liver points this Palm Beach.Mr. Cauls out announcing the niarrlagwIn
are
C. W. Crabb, who Is operating studying law for her own amusement.We week, and will be at St. Gain lei's Episcopal and Mrs. J, O Walton and Wilmington, Del., lust Thursday, of

ink line between Kockledge and Cocoa regret our inability to be able church, Titusville, Sunday evening, Claude Walton have been spending oveia roit ham:. Miss Elsie May FihiiiI to Andrew S. Lee.
the I jtli Inst. The Bishop was a pussenger ami Oimondlecently.
U
winter until week at St. Augustine
from
spent Saturday
the East The bible has winters on
all the places along spent many
to visit
Ire Work
southbound tiain.Dr. ( ixoii-ICoc-kleilgo *,
Tuesday's ('has.II. .
last Mr.
on
flay in Oii.Hiturday
town with his family.Mr wilt belemeinUncil
Coast to which we aie invited to attend the East Const, white the groom
J, G. Bennett and sister. Miss social and other affairs; but our Mends and Mrs, Geo. E. Hill, of Scranton Walton joined them at Hotel Ormoml Coeon, I''Iu. us a former manager of *

wnctt, of N'ew York, are still sojournL'at may lest assuicd that we appreciate Pa., who own a beautiful place atIndianola and afternoon.all rutin ned On lo Tuesday Titusville Ml.on.Monday JO. Reason for selling, accident to the Hotel Indian River, Rockledgo. Mr, Leo ,

tho New Kockledge hotel, Rock'ge their invitatious all the same, ami will were pleasant visitnis to town and continued'111 health) for Is well known on Iudlan Klver, find In.
mid proprietor
Walton left for J icksonvllhi Savannah
tliolr former winter headquarteis. attend whenever we can spate the time on Tuesdiy. 1 bey were accompanied meet who aie past three years. Price, #1.5,01 si, cash, tends spending his honeymoon on tlie
capitalists
by their fliend, Mr. E. C. Eveihart, son to soino East Coast, Since the foregoing was
.
to do so.Mr. one-halt cash and halauee
K> secured
Mrs Withy and Miss Withy, of Grand of Dr. I. L. Eveiliait, of the foimer city, coming to the East Coast with tho view or *1H,0 Has put In type, the bride and groom passed
list rates. paid
''Pi""", Mich., are so chaimed with Lucien Huot and son, Mr. Dulnont who is spending several weeks at Dr.Hill's of making Investments.Mr. between l>y (' "i and moitgagi'ID ) cent on price through 'Iltusvlllo, Mr, Leo Informing

i>tel Ormond and its suiroundings that Huot, of Montreal, Canad I. who cosy winter home. The above and Mis. S, 1). Tucker, of Tioy asked and .under competent per eaieful an AovocArr. representative that they

1 v will probably remain unlil the close have been on a visit to Maj. II. .1. Titlin'splace party will piobahly make a trip to Vashiii N. Y., and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Grant, will moie. Books and were on their way to Pal in Ilvuch. Congratulations
last management pay
tin* season.Mr. at Conrtenay, were in town slioitly.Mr. of New York a piominent who Andrew.
Friday accompanied by Mr. J. G. Bast. paity daily leports, slut u machine was started
V. D. Herwln, of Iilfnrd, Conn The tormer, gentleman Isoneof ( annd.i'w and Mis, B. W. Cunler, prominent are making a tour of the Eist Coast resorts to piesent, open to Inspection ot parties The Florida House, St.' Augustine,

lP iw a pleasant call on Tuesday. Hei We acknowledge a residents of Lynn, Mass who were at Kockledge list week, enjoying meaning business. Building dOxMSft., under the management of Mr. W.W..
leading attorneys.
i on his way to his pineapple pl.uita"ii call.Mr. spend their winters at Hotel Oimond, the boating, tlshing and other sides and roof of galvunl/.ed lion; llooisof Palmer, is welt conducted ami therefore
at Eden, and boaided the steamer pleasant were pleasint visitors to Titusville onriiiliy pleasuies of that delightful spot, and concietu, Miclilno nominally 10-ton liberally patronised/ Is thoroughly

V-b.iNtUn for that legion the same B. F. Ives, who, with his family, la t. VI hey were on thetr way UTampion > also making busts of fiiends wlieieier capacity, but will guarantee to produce modern In'all respects, with such eonvenlences -,

Uriimn. fMr have been upending the winter at Lai a short visit to friowds.Tlwlr they it1'Mr.. -'lucker has successully li tons, dully* ns elevator, gas, steam heat,

( range, as U their usual custom, gave d(lighter. Miss Helen and little son, retired from the shlit and collar busi- I'tnut In lirst-elnsn condition, not having electile (mils, eta,, and Is pleasantly
and Mr*. L-A. Hopper, of New llrst of the week, ness.while Mr. Grant Was, for n great
call the
us a pleasant Donald, icmalneil at Ormond witli the an e<[tial for convenience and economical located. Plenty of amusement Is provided
jik who ha\e been on a tilp to Palm piepaiatory to stalling on a few days' maid during the absence of Mr, and Mrs, many yeais, confidential secretary to the operation within a radlii* of MHimiles. for guests, progressive euchre and

'ich stopped over at the Indian Klver'el tlip down the East Coast. Mr. Ives mid Cmri r, who returned on Monday. The Chief Commissioner of New York polite An Inspeotloii will more than whist parties being ot frofjueiit occurrence

"litnsville, a shoi' t while Tuesday, family expect to leave on Mondiy next above jovial couple aie always welcome foi ce. verify this statement. Hitunted near In the evenings. Mr. Palmer liasi

route to Oilando, where they own an for their ihil.idetplif.t; home, but we and additions to the socl il circle of lioielOrmoml. head of Imli in Klver section, on river barge of Hotel Brighton, Long Branch,

mire grove and a pineapple plantation.r their numerous other fiieuds hope to see We acknowledge a pleasant For Men Only.A and main linn F. E. C. It'y., having lion during tho summer months. See card

v Hopper is an enthusiast oter good them south again next winter. call. side-track, loading platform, etc. Large on "tli page.
and we believe he started the llrst'V Six Incii artesian
board fence.
mid In Orlando. He is a well'J Mr and Mrs. Theo
ew York contractor, and built Send Your Lnuii
l' Bailem bridge. been on a visit to the Ponce de Leon, St, open in the band room, Saturday, 10 a.in. 20 a cent, to 'Ml cent, Anderson v I'rbe, proprietors of this
fiom per
the Fountain City Steam Laundiy, Augustine and Hotel Ormond, Ormond, to 10 p. in. Admission to museum, since paid its erection per, ami would not be offered elegant hostelry, have recently pur-

Daytona, Fl.i., where tlrst-tlass work is passed through Titusville, Monday, on a5 cents. for sale for other reoHon. Inspection t based for the use of their guests it tine,
For Hardware, neatly and expeditiously turned out. their way to Kockledge and Palm Beacli.Mr. solicited.any For further Information new four-in-hand brake, which is probably
be satisfied.E. who is of the the of its kind In Florida,
trial and will Armstrong, president only one
Give us a you Growers S 2 J
''ber Stoves, Taints, Oils and Shlpiniiieiy informed Pineapple apply horses to
L. Siikmi, Daytona.Kockledge Pennsylvania Salt MTg. Co., toG.. G. Sl'KIXOKII, and four noble-looking bay go
go to Edward Miling, Cocoa, ns tint he was much pleased with the Fla. with It. 'I lie brake is undoubtedly the
Ills stock is Write us for prices on lumber and lath St. Augustine,
the and
largest prices
East Coast country. The above party most stylish turnout In the state; two
eston Indian Klver. A Valuable Opportunity. are enjoying themselves yachting and for sheds. We can give yon rock-bot new four-seated carriages have also just

tisblnc, and are having a good time tom prices. G. F I'Aliftisov A Co The "Adwwate." been received. These turnonts are in

For sale in Daytona, the prettiest and generally. They will go to the Tampa Kau Gallic, Fla. addition to the usual number of 'i' carriages

Indian I titer, best tourist town on the East Coast of Bay hotel after visiting the many points The In max Rivmi Advuc i-k Is on ami "J* horses always on hand at

Jt one of the most attractive general Florida, a handsome new house, furnished along the East Coast, Fine Yacht for Kale. sale at the following news-stands, ut five Hotel Ormond during the season; so that
complete. Has never been occupied. cents per copy patrons can enjoy considerable driving
rttu.a the East <*>i st. You can find and cold beaclianil
hot
rooms and bath, Mrs. Emma Eaton.o at plcturesipie Ormoml, faiths on
nine Seminole CXft. Titusville
Has
rjihing you need there. Fitting out Beautifully Xnplitlia Launch for Hale. The yawl-rigged yacht, ,
1"'> parties a specialty.Paxtox water. Sanitary plumbing.the banks of the long, 22ft. Hin. beam, centre-board, flat J. B. Screven.St. road.

A Hatch, props. located '.'00 feet from Naphtha launch, 30ft. long, 7ft. beam; bottom; draws 31 inches; seven staterooms Augustine Hotel Alca/ar.

Halifax Kiver. toWilkivsov cabin fitted with plate glass windows, large main saloon, galley, water Hotel Ponce de Leon.Ormond .
For further particulars, apply leather cushions, etc.; Gas Engine <& closets, covered deck; every modern convenience Hotel Ormond. r" As an advertising medium, n
& Pabkixsov.0r Coaat beat the
the East >
can
Hones Wanted. will be told at and thoroughly equipped paper on
I la.MII9. Power C'o'a. engine; a ,
Daytona, for sate at aaertflee. Palm Beach The Inn. Akvocate. Give ua ft trial advt.,
toGeo. a
for cash. Apply throughout;
ltv* J boots and send them to the I. M. ASOEBSOX, bargain, IIcstox, Address Gko. IIitstoy, Royal rolncKmu and be convinced of the pink paper"*
W.
>, 1011 I street, Fla. Miami The Royal Palm. worth.
;:,lftn' Fertilizer Co., South JackPT Washington, D. C. Cocoa, Fla. Cocoa,
Ft*. WW pay cash for them.













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INDIAN ltlVEH ADVOCATh. MARCH 4. 18 8.ft .




.PROTECT YOUR ORANGES sent me, by mail, a very small Satsuma ItiK-kIen' Arnica Snlve. Magnolia Grocery....

oiange tree, which came from Japan; it
01) HowTiiankfol FROM FROST.Javiurs was grafted to their Tilfola two da\s lie- The best Salve in the world for cuts, H. A. HENEY > .
) fore the gieat cold of December, 1M 4. 1 Noises, soies, ulcers, salt rbeum fevei letor

Mott, ttia Well-know* Karavrjrmaaof have picked about a box of oranges from sores, tetter, chapped hands, chllblatns, Wholesale and lUstail Dealer in
it. I think in it) minutes I could hate c rns, and all skin eruptions, and positively
to Mr. IMtnk'aArtUle
Orlaudo, ltepllr* .
Pain Was Maddening and Hope gotten me three sticks to foim a tcpa cures Tiles, or no pay leqiiired.Ir AND FANCY GROCERIES.
/bandoned- Wonderful of ..luckaoiivilta.Oki.AMm over tho tree, and woiked some crabgiasa is gnaiantced to give pettect satiafiotionjr STAPLE *.* l lGEORG
Had Been Ice 2 .
around the bianrhes and letumled. Pi per
Ki.A. Feb 2% J t 8.EiliUti hay money
>, ,
lM
Results of Purifying the Clood."A taken some guano sacks and tied them \\tx. For sale by F. S. < 'haffee & < o.Tparis. Wilto or call for our Casi. Tilce List, which win p|
Iwliiin Ittli-r AlliumtfI and let it have staid '
closely around it,
cumo In tny left West Foisyth Stteeta, JACKSONVILLE [
severe jmln .1.1
tery and
and note what Mr. Hunk says of "'how topiolect theie till the first of Maicli, then took it 102 Main Fl
knee, wliu h jfiew woiso and worse, tieea funn IionI," In tho off If the tree had been well caied for, Telephone No. 255.
lite knee.It oihuko
biolco out above ...
Anally a sore it would have given two boxes
issue of Jan. 2 th of the pink paper. next year
dUcliorced a gloat deal and the pain That naaty little Jan. r.tb cold did scaiea of oianges; and again, with a little additional

from my thigh vn was uiaddcnloff. good many of ns ou tho orange growing expense, coveted it as l>efore; SENDSPolynice MARX. J011 MAKsT

Large, hard, i>ur| lu bm>I a appeared on mylejr. question. I liaidly >ak to MlDunk's and now, last December, It would have

I sufrer.il i-i llui way fur years, plan of piotectlim; it is loo ex. made uie tlnee boxen of Hatsnma oranges

and ffnve up nil li of c .u being cured.My pensive, and 1 do not think it practical.In wot tli $2<>. See where It leads ? Oil

wife win rcndlnr; of n case like mine looking up the Mstoiy of Floiid.i, Illnd In planting these dwarf trees, I would Wholesale Dealers In
lie ia good uppose, plant 2t 0 to tlio acie, and there is moie
cured by Hood'a SnMiii>.irllla, and ( it not, as it many
.colder." In it than has ever been made
that "our winteiH me getllog money
1 tuklntf it
i' bosun
advlstd to ti v
mo few bottle* I Thesu cold soulla have put lu t Intel va sever with oranges yet In Flotilla. 131 Hint !. Kiwi Hay Street anil and 8Newimn.street, Wjqolt.sonvillo
I had u-wil a
and when since the eaily settUmeat of this James Mott.CoiiMiiuiptloii .

found relief from my Buffering. Oh, coiinliy, and with mo It Is in longer aipieHtlon > Ploritia

how thankful 1 am for thin relief 1 I am but If woaie to make ouingeKiowing rosltUfly Cur l.Mi. Rlicuiiiutic "

stronger Hum I huvu ever been la my life.I a business Iiocp, we iuu t change ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
am in the best of health, have a good fioin the way we have been uilemplliigit. U. H.
appetite and am a new man altogether." Now, as I sit, there Is owe continuous Va., ceitifies that be had consumption Afflicted.An .
of given to die, sought liciuluoailets for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes nml < ,
alia Maine.OOCS oiange grove, fiom west to east, was up Wo aio pgiiaianteed
Lisbon
J. I Moons, i that could We also cm it full lino of Hay, Grain and
some two miles, and from noiili losmiili all medical treatment money genuine ry Feedv,
about tlnee miles; oveiy piece f>f tiinbei piocure, tried all cough remedies he uneipilvocal and absolute caie for your Oianges and Vegetables. Oive us ft tilal and you will bo pltascil.

S porHlala has been taken fiom the l.ind, and not a could hear of, but got no telief; spent all conditions of Rheumatism t No matter MARX BROTHERS. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E.
thing lult to bleak up the cokl winds as several nights sitting up in a chair; was is of years'standing .
the beat -In fact tin) >iin Trite liloo/l Purifier.Mood's they conio down ovei tho old, as well astlio induced to try Dr King's New Discoveiy whether tho ailment

Pills euro all liver 1U la cuuU.WASHINGTON'S newlj-plaiileil mango liw.. I believe and was cured by the use of two or In the beginning stages
that wliin tliesn lands hail Ixenilealed bottles. For past three years has been attending J"olynice Oil will euro you Don't misnmileistand WlNCHKMiAtii, Manager.FLORIDA .

for these oiango gloves, if onelialf to business, and says Dr. King's this It will not meiely lelleveyou -
of the uatlvo limber had-been Ittl, New Discoveiy is the giandest letuedy
BIRTHDAY. I ho cold would have been much less ever made, as it has done so much for but it will effect a PERMANENT MACHINE WORKS

severe. I now have my miud on u -10acto him and also for othcis in his community. CUKE. ,

Tim blithdiy of our "Cuuittiy's Fatltoi" giovo that the man told mo lie atHist Dr. King's New Discovery Is guaranteed Such hospitals as tho Bellevtie, ofXewYotk

wim olmtivril nt Tit.usvlllo Huhool could not raise the lives, oil account for coughs, colds and consumption. of Philadelphia IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.
of tlio soveie winds that came infiom It don't fall. Tilal bottles fieo atF. City; Howard,
Tuesday, Ktb. 22, Jsjw. A lai o audience off the biy. Ho i'onci-iv d tlio idea S. Chaffee A Co's. ding stoio.Tav ; Maiyland and John Hopkins, ofHaltimoi

of our leading rllleus assembled tojieet of planting wiiid-liieaks, ami did It wild e, have used this famous oveitwocontinents General Repairing Promptly & Accurntelv Done

( the elillilieu mid ii|>|>l.iud tlieh effoiln. n Hive cedai ; two lows of pielty-closelv Ahsphnoi-'h Notice.I lemedy Polvtiice Oil--

'J hi) liluli hi ImhiI loom was nppropiitlcly planted codai ill on ml eveiy tout much aciessiiuaio with unvaiyitig success In Rheumatism, Iion.lliiilding Columns, Shafting, I'uilejs, ugf, ,

ilei'oiuteil li.it I ul Is of our"Oountiy's of oiango tiees. I was veiy will bo at the following places foitho
pleased In Ms successful lesulis. 'Ilieieis Lumbago, Neuialgla, Dyspepsia, and and Uoxes In istwk
mid lia l' of pose of assessing taxes for the hash (iinteIIus
Kntbi'i" | (tH our cold pin Wilghtsnnd
no piotectlnii agilnst so good asa itktl.immatoi diseases cuied byPolynice
eotiniiy's II ik toiiiiluir the <'i>imiiuiioimfuiitincH. | Indue wiuil-bieak of some eveigrernlluibei. year 18W! : > Saw Mandrels of all %

A tat-simile >f Spiiito HIuIT, Tuesday, March 1st Oil. a bpeei.ilty.
iliufl of I lie li-cliia.li n of ..Imleieii the wiiifl but tho exalcatlous iIiioiikIitho Wavelaud, Wednesday, Km inslied.
,
]
Jiimilli.ui," ot 1N(7mih .loaned by colli. All of this ia good, as tai as it Eden, Filday, nth cents, by the famous l'tench Specialist JSTTG.AJE*. *. 3VCXXjX .
Mrs, hweei, anil, flulnuly iiameil inII.iuh Ankomi, S.itniday,
wits |>iomiiifiitIv placed.'I goes, but. it don't go f.n enough for me. Ft. fierce, Tuesd ly, 8th f P.u Is. I'elephono 102. Office nml bhops at End of Viaduct in Humid
is n.itlvonf
1 ho oiange a a puielv tiopltal -
lie excli'lses i>|ieiic Ft. Drum Fi May UlhIlth
of "Aini'iii'ii, in which tin) uaidiencelieitrlily this Kloilii.i dim ito of oiiih, as m.inv ofus ,
Joined. can testily; that It Is veiy far sliiutof Cocoa, Monday, (iOt Twelfth St., N. W.,
The iolliiwhiK |>i< |( a in mo wiih then bavu the Wen Woodley, Tuesday, I.ith
people
tiopical. Many ,
Kiven in which It will be olnu-t vod all the and wo otten mo it in pilot, that plants Keams, Wednesday, Kith17th Washington, D. C. CH iSIB Xtt. :m: < CO.,
of thu school iisslHled: Sebastian, 'I huisday,
pupils become aetlim tleil, I lie saino as aiiiintls,
Aineilcit <}iiotiitiou*: Puncgyiics when the facta aie, theio U no such Mi ceo, Fiid.tyS.ttindiiy 1Mb 1IKALEKS IN"V
Room Vo. 1, (Stunt, lllth2Jnd THINGS 1IAVK OIIANGKO.
WhhIiIiikIoii -
upon The is lulldy vi3.caL
thing. mango tun no u.oio nFMxi ines Xjlca.11.ors
Kssity : Washington Mi mm (' na IJiown.Iteiitatlou to withstand colli I lian when H was Malabar, Tuesday, ,

: WiimIiIu Liifs < ht.
Melbourne Thursday
!to Wilson.Ileclt how hiindied ,
It Ion : WhhIiIiikIoii, ft soldier, tvo. folgutlon iiiiiny yeiiisago. K til Gullie, Flidav, Tills Fnct Is ClearlyDemonstrated. JACKSONVILLE, . FU

11 no ami tiled Ucmlei K'' 1 am remembering RICH AIMS create pood, rlib h.
Recitation : "\> iuiiiiiK hi* Spins"CI.u.I of our government sending Com. 1'ui rv Lotus, Tuesday. thy Mood. Ixin't n ate Hie nl.l.lft
Katon.Doo with two warships to Japan, to compel K.inyan,, Wednesday, SIX li few years airo DrVlnce inu; sour ) oor wine Uuhih li.cheap. .
Thursday .listApill lorlila It is not. It has a noun onftreeahle
nutation : "Tlio boy wIhi novel'tohl half-clvlli/ed in.ike Tiopic, t dime to r
that people to atiuaty Mel lilt Sat ard 2nd unit tieicioi pructiie t>\ eflect upon the mhIihi biitirooil
a llo. Ad 'T McCroiy. ty,
wiih iia. At that time.they bad uilvertlHiiiir. In lussthuiia wii e is rially not ixti| litu.iles .
'
(Quotations: I'.iuoKyiitM WashliiKton Sliiloh, Tuesd.ij, f>lh that tilled t ..etlitisHtlhfled
uyoa no Intel com so with any othei uation except week lie was the innsl | jou } <(
Itooui No. 2.Kcclriiilon llaulover, Wednesday,, ttlt7th tiim il ulsiut" man In feelinntTr
l"li-j Atuciicnn Flag." tho 1'oitugiieso. 1 hey went theie Titiisville Thuisday, the S ste. I'hvsti Innnwereaskeil >Ne make a Pi eclaltv inttrir
: with a ship twlco it year to tiado with liy their |> huh Mountain Iitw torn \MiJk.| ifcjears
Until Wooilwniit.Soujf. the JapH. As our scientists went theieto Mima, Fiidav, Wih tlents what they tlmiiiililBliout old, $2J>0 | er |iallon
"Mar Spitnglcd Uauner"rllool. make of found IiiiOiangn, Satmdiiy, Uth12th this I>r. \ lucent, ] ait let. liilnii in ]>!> To n w ill
a study Japan they
Canavetal Tuesday, tliniclnic to tho teULhinuof veil to order trim us, nn m an a
,
that people veiy l.ir advanced be>oiidmiv a iliM'acIo nc<>> amiliiiikliiic tin m bit per tent,on all ordei*.
t'oiicnt Recitation: "The Union"ICiKtm othei people in the science of hoitlciiltmo. Blanks will bo left at all tlio postolllces upon the new STir" Alwajf send nioiiev llb ortVnAewill
No. 2.Declamation. tho of euiner ns a sort of an interlopur > not attonntt unlr,.
They wcie doing -nioie Inli in the county for purpose oj en new
: "A Rocoid." Sidney tlielr reply wan suitable Jacksonville nUrmrr l
broilUltig, getting new and improedvaiielies making ietui ns. J. F. Wootk.n, "lieis tm0p.
> alwa>s ttio xame . >o (itiodssent t (1.1) It l>n Tub
Williams.Koisltatlon. -
of li ults and floweis, than any Assessor an advertiser, ami m>iiran't /sr/'l't'lll'l' > Y! V Jv Acent for Indianelitis Hn liif (,
: "Something Hettct. nt her nation; though the climato theieis expert him to lie mill li on tlutt Hei'ouiit1liow II \ ltrewers and Iiuttlers, ]niliuiui| >hilk
1'iaiikiu Sluwai t.Kocltatloii woiidertiill> thtiis have i Inuiiceil in a few
said to bu about that of Not folk, Vn short months. IimIiiv| there is not an honest Hercules Malt Ionic,$ii&per case j Clay ton& Russell Wild Cherry lirandy,gt 30 jwr caw
: IlliiHtmtcil lilstoiy of they had piocined tho cltious Noblis oiango Rilurntn Ynnr llmveM With rnsearets.Ciinily praetlttom-r In the ( itv tmt wh. will rav thnlbr
Washington 2nd lie tiler jiiailc, No. .'{. fiom Cotliin China; had imoiI one I'litlinrile, eiun constipation fmuier10c \ Intent tins eertninly eureil ninny of the
Quoluilotis: Moiies of Washington ,USo. ItC.C.C.full,UrUKKists refund money.2nd. worst ktnils or 1 lironle cases. Hut tt is not the
of their own native sliiubs ([ foiget Its
Room No. 1.Itoritntlon. ptnsiieliuis who aru Mipposeil to know of all SAW AMI I'UMNd Ml LIS, JACKSONMLLK \ Altfi,
pioper n line), wo sty Til tola oinnge, IhfMcnres. Cathrrlu
I'lilstku St., Foot of
Ha. K.
: "The Hag of Washington"Louise which Is of the b.iido ji-nl of plants its [Remember, the Aiivocatf, Tltusvlllo i ttv or Htate anil }ou will hear of these rasesAt Hay
lli'own.Uoitillng the name time, l>r \ ini ent iliws not lahu tohe
' 1'liu Tomli of WaHliliigto.ii"MU tlio orange, nml they weio guifting tlio does all kinds of job piloting. Give Inliillllile. He someitines fails, lint when heiloes
: orange to it, and by coveting tho (reusfiom ua it sh.tie of your woik.] the chnnees are time there Is no hope for WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
lol.i Davis.Ducl.iniation cold, they were raising oiangos, tlieeiwe, no matter wliere lie iroes. In all rase* ,
: "A hatchet stoty" Unfits ho asks but a fair anil impartial trial. Ihat isnil.
and the Idea comes to mo and 1 know .

Kohbina. it Is a good one why can't we profit liviheir To Cora Cunall|> tl<>it Kurevrr.TnlieCisciiiets SPKCIALTlKSiCATARKIt Manufactures of
Reading by Mr a. Sweet: Copy, funnUlaler
oxpeiiencc? Anil lieio in Lliin climate CumlvCutliurtie. iUa orSAo. still all CH1UIMC IHSKASKS of
County (J.otio, published at wheto tho expenses would not buiiioih If i' I. C-fall to cure, tlruKKists rtfund immevAI.KX the K>e, Kar, Noxe, lliroat, I.unirs, Heart. Stain- Lath.A
Kingston, UUler Co., N. V., by Sainuol than one-funith as much as theielhe sell, Liver, itowels. Kiclnexs, lllnililer. Nerves, Cypress Lumber Shingles and .
Frees Hon, Jan. 4, 18.10; tho apevchliyMr. Skin sntt Illooil Chronie Liters (oitl sore leir). ,
cold much less and
<( being so ), use < uiieer, Itnptiire, Htrletnre, Vartt'oeele, Ilyilrtieele
Mat shall to senate, and lesolutloiisof the Tiifol.t oiange as tliev do, bud or NKAH. KItNESr TA\I.OH. ami Piles (cnnranteeit cured without using
Urge stock of Butojla
aenate upon conllim it km of report oftlio thn which the knife. Klieiiinnttstn. ilUeases peculiar to Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings,
guilt it to Sttauni.l they sent
death of WiiHhliiKton. This paper women unit Private I>iseiseBuf tiotli sexes, are lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuilng ptompt shipments. Cypresmouldings
us, or the Jaffa, Titngeiine, Mediterranean NEAR & TAYLOR Klven spifliil attention.o .
was lontieil to Mra. Sweet by Mr. Hartoiisteln sweet, anil the blood oranges, that \ charge for consultation. Fees always reas* of all patterns a specialty.
of Now Yolk; and a copy of tlio"iinio Suucessnrs to John McAllister. enable. Spet I d rates for in 11 treatment,
and .
aio not very I.tigo growing trees, ( ) When at home, iito us for pi ices; when up our way, come and sceui.fi"
pupor, theie being but four in existence cover up our tiees as we found them doing I>R. W. T. 8. \ INCE.NT, Bpeeiallst.

we believe, liaa recently been and grow with amicli Artesian Well Contractors Mohawk Kloik, cor Kay A Market Streets,
oinnges very
of univHialtioa.Tliia Jacksonville, tlorlila.
presented to one our great less than will bo generally
l it valuable lelio as it contains all expenso supposed Hours: 0 to Ii a. in.; 2 to 4 & to 8 p. in
the proceedings of ooiiijiesH, theapvecheaof ees. and no danger of loss of fiult orU EAU CALLIE, FLA. Sundays as.sl to.1 p. m.only. W. B. DAWSOIT

this and the of ,
body, full deacrlptlon
friend
Ten years ago a In California
the fuaera! proceedings at the burial of
Wholesale and Retail
our lovod WaaliinKton. The sheet is [ I In\lt y ur Attention to my Complete Stock ofA

heavily Uneil with black In token of tho

National ni\et\ and seems like n apiilt oftho HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
-* 4Classware -
piuit, voicing the sorrow of a century WINE &
since, niwl propliesying the Immoitalhero's LIQUOR

fame a century to come. Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of limit Goods, Stoves, Tinware, GranItoware -

The dosing number, "Hod, White and doors, sash and blinds, ami Builders' Hardware, water eooleis, lee cream

Blue," was then enthusiastically sunff. frnecers, Quick meal gasoline stoves. 111 no Flame kerosino oil stoves, guidon tools,

The liev. Mr. Brown, always so kind plows and harrows, paints and oils, Fiuit jais and Jelly glasses, poultry netting 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville Fla.
and ready to respond to demands upon and barbed wiie, ,

address his fund; of alluding Information in bis, address then made to the an wMian's attractiveness in the eyes ofnmn IlarriHon Bros' Ileadv Mixed I'tiintn..PlervHo Fine Old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Butt

points mentioned during the exercises, depend* largely on her physical sppeantnee. Wvitome for Price**. i respectfully solicit ti r.tloatuf .
Washington's reverent faith in the supreme Nature, in order to preserve the your patronage. Mail Orders given t'rouipt and Careful Attention, and inquiries for Mexican and Florida Cigars.JFXIVIS
power, and his love for his race, rtrides mankind by the Instinctive prtoea answered promptly. .
mother; Washington's education being preference for a mate who is physically 3M. in.
a development 4u the highest and best sound and wholesome.If IJ IVOY GROCERIES
intellect alone were chiefly souftbt. the West Palm Beach FlaStatk
of each effort forth. That -
put no man, oAsprina ml ht be ration WHISKEYS from $2.00 Go<*
who a re"< of Solomems Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound
labored fur
a (rest cause, however for wisdom, but they would periah
unsoiashlr, and with whatever singleaessof in infancy for want of physical stamina.A VWPrice List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.

purpose, was ever without his wek! **" ""healthy woman is unfitted to If you wish to open an account you must give first-class city references.
enemies and detractions. fulfil her part in perpetuating- race; she
During the exercises the Indian Klver unequal to the demands of motherhood
Band, which had assembled outside, and wifehood. *hc U robbed of her natural LARGEST DEALERS IN

jrave, In a splendid manner, a medley of womanly Many a woman attractiveness.is cheated of life's choicest Vehicles, Harness, Write for Wholesale Prices for Market Gardeners of.....

National alts, to which tho children responded "" hy a dyspeptic, bile poisoned condi
by singing the last verse ofAmerica. tion of the system, which shows itself in a Wagons, Bicycles,
Thanks are due Mr. Laigentham pimply skin, sallow complexion, tainted RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS
for his assistance to the girls choir breath, or thin, ungraceful form In the South.Jiy ,
of the high school. The most perfect remedy for all the mortlfylng ,
symptoms of mat-nutrition and ira- Correspondence Solicited. SAHEL BROS.,
blood is Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Selected and Grown especially for Florida
iscovery. Through its remarkable effect Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE. Planting.
or Ohio, City of Tolkdo, **' noon the liver and digestive organs it BURTON K. BARRS. Seedsman Jacksonville, F!
Lucas Countv. J sweeps all impurities out of the circula ,

Frank J. Cheney makes oath that lie tion and creates a fresh supply of new, Thcso prices are as low as the same seeds are sold by reputable Seedsmen
is the senior partner of the tirm of F. ..1.Chnney rich, life giving blood Wm. J. llABKlsiiKlMEii, Pies. H. E. IlAitKistit imer, Sec'y & Treas. New York
A Co., doing business in the city It gives clearness snd bloom to the complexion Philadelphia, etc and the saving In time and freight will oant

of Toledo, county and stato aforesaid, tjie face; and sweetens form, and the breath invigorates: rounds the out en The considerable,
Butter
iktid said tirm will pay the sum of one tire constitution with vital energy. Elgin Company of Florida. -
hundied dollars for each and every1 case It restores the invincible beauty of wholesomeness IN CASE OF A FREEZE Remember me.

of cat irrh that cannot be cured by the and womanly capacity,
tiso of Hall's Catairh Cure. "I was a complete wreck; appetite gone, nervous WHOLESALE ONLY.lB"CLttez .
-ivoteni impnired, could not >leep and was so
Fit INK J, ClIKJIKY. weak that I conM not ntnnd feet
on ten
my min
Sworn to before ma and subscribed inmy ute*." writes MiM Flln Itortley. of No n<4 ara.d. ClieeGe THE SOUTHERN FUEL &
South Grant Avenue Columbus, Ohio"I onlv SUPPLY
piesenct', this Oth day of December.A. weiirhed grtwiumh when I commenced taking
1>. ISSi;. *>r' 1i *;r>l t -i Medical Discovery. After 1 Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Hay ht., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
had taken a half bottle I heiriiit to improve; I

} A. W. GLKASOX, could awaken sleep with soundlv an appetite the whole for night breakfast, and, which would Our 4 Crown Butter is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
,
jVoldr/ Public.Hall's back*eaten f* ,a hlJ"heartv" 'breakfast nrrrT h d I for now two have year an* The butter handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries , ,

Catarih Cure Is taken internally *t iiBneie"'' m* Wemla sav they never in the State of Illinois. It Is always uniform in quality.
*nd acts directly on the blood and muwua saw me looking better or In better *pirit since Vitrified Paring and Sidewalk

surfaces of the system. Send for ricrce s Discovery,* Merchants not receiving our quotations will do ns a favor by writing for same. Brick.08 .

testimonials free.r. .
,
J. CHENEY Jt CO., Toledo, O.jySold J"Discovery*U CM'"should of onste be supplemented constipation,with the S3TWE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This Is positive.TIIE U e8t Diy Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone *"

by druggists, 73c. marl Dx. Pierce'* Plcasaat Pellets. ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA.

J. K. MUNNERLYX, General Man***



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INDIAN RIVKR ADVOCATK, MARCH 4. 1898.Rockledge. .


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> MONEY MADE tjUH'K AT HOME.I .

WAlTKRB.ORaHAIs.BBlks I Wt> Ii.ivi* \\i>ik fi.i gt< > n |.ei>|ifu nr RARE CHANCE HODGES & GODFREY
R..BUIS*. The season at Roi-kle.lgf | |1W nt jK I >' mi people at home. ISiiuln b.\ amiheight. ,

GRAHAM, The hoielH aie *.|j| Ttiiia| "* "''e eimilv making tin iIhII.iim and Manufactureis of
cntwds i>f guests, which ousihIiis the if. I m"r '. eachk.. and von cm do the

.VTTORKEVS-AT-LAW, illation that IWkledge li.ic, ..i lu-iim one **m- You will he sent i i tuple else and Hotel Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber
of the most popular icHorts in Flmiil.i ''""' ''*' and liii.li iieMnim. No rxTlie ,
12 ,
10 to m. ,
IIoiK--Frotn ,, ,, ,
New ''s
,rg limkledge is a pelted hee-hlse reipilred, hul meiely follow
and 2 to 4 p. m.riTvii.i.K. with Its happ> eiowd of giusis. M.iuv iuiim'tinn.sein with oii'tli. We aielliorouuhly llOl'llll IIKKSSKII,

Brevard Co., Florida.i' have been turned away, unable to llu.l in earnest about gitttiu >oiiI Orange llm llrads,
accommodations at the hotel. Between I M, v I rolitable woik and a peimaiientjeais
\practico in all the oourts-state and fed the row boats, c.iiil.iges ami the launch ,ll',"", *"' to come. The eiliiorer Krtilt A VesetMltle Crete*.

tor examining and perfectid the guests aie kept pieit\ l.us, ,,n.I "' ,, 1'I '> will tell yon so, h you inquire l.iimlH.r delivered nt miy part of Indian Hlverhi
r.c>iit! tlirouiili I>I1I of linllug. Aiivniiv i-iiutuiiiplat-
,ial ,
titlerisou-- I here is no reason why anv one slioiilil i-ciid fifty cenia loiiain stamps j ins liulldlniron the Kn t roust, would do well to
pass an idle or uusatislactoiy liour.On or aiUer to p.iv |HintiiHe on sample case write for prices. The Siivvmlll Is itniiled on the
mid out tilIII. to Ul Til DAl'K, Chicago, | ,l T. .V K. W Ky a miles south nl I'slutku.SatNiiuia .
JONES Wednesday evening Rockledge was .
Si. llights, Putnam t'o., Fla.
the
of
scene a veiy novel and pietty
Japanese celebration. It was an ideal I
ATTORNEYATLAW.TL'SVILr.E niuht for such Think About Your Health.
an eent; theie was little NATIONAL

BREVARD CO. FLA. or mi wiud ; the air was sott and balmy,
while the niootiailded its beauty to the Thin Is lb* Tliim to OU t Attention to Home-Seekers

of Brevard County.U spectacle. The piogratnme of the even Your riiyslrnl Condition.
County Judge ing was opened by a water
paiade from
The weather REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.Kxchanging
Cocoa to Rockledge. The launches were warmer which will coma .
lih the
approaching spring months
decoiated with lanterns
and as they
GAULDEX, should tind von strotm and in robust
sailed
down the
river, with the Cocoa
health, your blood pine ami your appetite for
brass band providing music for the Propeity Pioperty nSpecialty.
occasion
good. Otherwise will be in
ATTORXEV-AT-LAW, it atTorded a hpectacular and >ou Sen'd Description of what
danger of actions illnes s. ratify and
Ml iiractlre In nil the Courts of the State musical treat highly enjoyed by the enrich yimr blood with Hood's JSarsupaillla you have, and wlmt jou want.
United States Courts. throngH on slime. The
llurlila. and the water parade and thus for "
[ TITUSVILLE, FLA.Muney was followed bv a Japanese mint uceptton "pieparo spring. MAI.AI'vAU, Indian lilvei, FI.OKIDA.C. .
o, Hi>x. i TliW meilicine m.ikes lich, red blood and
to Loan. 18 in the pailor of the Indian River Lives vigor and vitality. It will guaidimi '. CARiiOI.I..
hotel, which was kindly olTeieii foi
veiy
\ against danger from the changes,
the entertainment Kcnl Kstate
bv the inan.igeis ot Agent.
which will soon take place.Inst .
GOLDSMITH, the hotel. The hotel giounds piesriiteda

very beautiful appearance. Minn of The above cut represents roughly IIOTIHj Oil NIL. at Sumo, Brevard Choice . .
Japanese lanterns stretched from the M Tliejr XVrre.It County, Floilda, which is only } of a mile soiitli of the depot of K.m Gallic, Fla.,
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW, hotel poich down the path, and these is related of Fanny KcniMo that and about 'JO ) miles south of Jacksonville, on the Kloiida East ('oust K'y. lias depot Wines, Liquors

lanterns, along with the electrics lights ot postollico and oil! The hotel and located on . find
the hotel she curried the tragic nir ef the stage telegraph o. seven cottages mo Cigars.Uii.iriintfcd .
liihvillc, Florida. grounds, made if seem as into \i'ry though one were in ancient Venice, and she stopped at the Trcniont House mid east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic Ocean I iiiiles away. Is practlcully Puro.
as though it weio a genuine FairW.md. new buildings completed In isiiil. The hotel and eveiy cottage Is furnished Sold ill reduced
( AltY-KLWES, The spacious pailor ol tlie hotel was altogether was accustomed to dine in her rooms tit mid most of tliu fuiniluie mitl linens li.ivo never been lined. Two aitesian pi Ices

too small to iK'commod He the 5 o'clock. Ou one occumoii the wuitcrbrouglit wells, piH's| and sowers; 2.) cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of tho best
NOTARY PUBLIC, crowd which ponied into ihe hotel. The her dinner ten minutes too of water. Tlie property lias only been used some two months by tlio 'dinner owner I llipiM'teitTokit

STATE AT LARGE. doom had to be closed with a large minii i soon, and she made him take it away John Gieen, who died, anil tlie propeity Is now owned by Col, Aaron A DeGratiw v M'llie,

ber unable to seuui end illusion. A l.ngo i until the hour bad struck On another of Jamaica, Queen's County, New Yoik, whose address after tliim Italy.
Typewriting, taxes paid for noniiilt'iits platform had been elected on the westside occasion she gave the servant some January 1st will he Oak Hill. Floilda. There Is a luge pavilion KM) feet

rents and accounts collected, of tlie pailor, upon which was the clothes for the laundry square, cement lloor, cement walks, water woiks and gulden, lies tot' homing and John B. Togni ,
etc. Coirespondenco Hollclteil.l'misville throne of tlie mikado and his queen. fishing, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Kan Giillio and Indian Rivets;
"When cuu those be returned to me, Metropolitan Saloon, K:| Knst Itay St..
- Floiida.J. The decorations behind the throne, consisting washed and ironed?" she inquired."The oysters, sea bathing, beautiful scenery; and the whole Is ready to open as a hotel
of palmetto leaves and Japanese in one day's time. Every convenience, with kitchen and dining room complete. JACKSONVII.I.K, KI.OIMDA.WlvolesMle .
fans, were very prettily ananged, and day" after tomorrow, madam, atnoontime. Titles perfect. The original cost to John Green was ifH.OOO; now for sale cheap; Mini Itelttll

WEBB, made a veiy fine bickgroniul. The half cash and half on time. Anv good hotel man can make money heie.i .

mikado, escoi ted by his imposing bodyguard "Be it so, was tho dramatic reply, Addiess D. I.. UAI'MIKX, Titnsvllle, Fla.Or and Most Complete
ATTORNEY AT-I.AW, and pieceded bv the Cocoa band, "at 12 on Wednesday. A A in in A. DicfiitArw, Jamaica, N. Y. The Largest

KWitI practice la tlio Courts of the Tthi marched up tlie hotel path, and on en1tering But on tho hour appointed tho clothes Establishment South.MANUFACTUUKKJS .

i unit.I'lbuiirnp. the parlor were detcientially reIcelved hnd not been returned, and at ton mill

[ Floiid.i. and the by Japanese the queen clonus, tlie,com Tlie tot honor, ntes past noon a servant stood before "OUTl>OOUS," the New Sporting Maga/.lne.

costumes bor in response to the short summons of Invaluable to tlio silt, water fisheiin.in, the fresh water fisherman
of the mikado the of
queen, the court the quail snipe woodcock mid lime shooter the
honor and the chorus handsome the bell grouse, ,
0. FRIES, C. E.COUXTY and must have were entailed very quite a "My clothes that woro to bo returned bnybiril and wild fowl gunner, the big game hunter, tho toiulstwlieclnian
boatman and naturalist. Piico lOcts.
photographer,
little trouble and expense. As the court at 12 today bring them.
#I.H) Wilt" for sum pic .
SURVEYOR. of honor and the choius bowed to rejceive "But, mudaui, we havo not boon able Subscription per year copy.GEO.

the mikado, it was easy for one to to get them ready owing to a difficulty LOUTREL I.l'CAS, Editor and Proprietor,
Land legally surveyed and nubdivided..ipping believe tliat he was in Japan at one of in the laundry You shall have tbeiu Xo. 1 Madison Ave., New Yoik, X. V.

neatly done. Eslimates for the imperial leceptions. The Indian tomorrow "

River orchestra lendeied some uppropiiate "Bring them now they were promised
kinds of engineering works. Dinned Japauso selections which added "
much to tho pleasme of the evening. today. One Man Can Run This Steamboat
linns .
a specialty.tisvili.k "1 know it, madam, but they are not
The Japanese chorus, consisting of "

Brovard Co., Fu>itir>A.'TEPHEX Misses Uaitwell, Ilentz, Paine, Sanford, ready.
Simmons and Smith, were very prettily It matters not to me. Bring them

dressed, and received many congratulations just as they are. w
for the admirable way In which The servant went out, and a few moments Eater
E. FOSTER, OF
) they rendered their Japanese songs. Tlie later two men euterpd, bearing

tea song, which was sung by tlie chorus the clothes in a tub full of soapsuds and Doors Sash, Blinds,
ATTORXEY-AT-LAW ,
as the loyal couple weie being served wet clothes, set them on the floor and

Rooms 420 & 42H, Gardner Building, witli tea by the attendants, was a musical went out. Boston Journal. jflnnpinriiii Moulding & Building Material.Olllce .
gem, and greatly appreciated by the
VCKHONVH.I.E, Florida.u. audience. Alter the presentation of the

guests to the royal paity and the distribution A Wareiooms. King, opposite

of souvenirs by the queen, tlie Quite a number of yachts now stop ssss* Cannon {Street.Charleston .

Scott. Gordon K. IJkoome."COTT chorus, led by Misses Ilentz and at Titusville to get supplies while going 0 3MAClllMKltV S. C.

& BROOME, Ilartwell, gave a very excellent tendering " noith and south. Yachtsmen are requested -i" i r T *"< ,
of tho piece entitled "Jewel of Asia. to note the reliable firms who -

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, The audience rogretted that the choius are advertising in the Advocate; or Sash Weights, Cord and
did not have moie songs to lender. Mr. call at this olllce for information when

(over Bank) Sanford made a very tine mikado, and in need of supplies. Hardware.
Mrs. A. E. Chatlleld acquitted herself HANOI.KH FIIIIM I'I LOT 1IOHHK.
Miami
Florida. very creditably as queen. Alter the reception This stcauihnitt Is .'17-ft. Ions" I'M ft. Imani, 2-ft. ileptli of Imlili draws II Im-livs of wuter, nml Window and Fancy Glass
which excited considerable How to Look oiu. Two folding IhhIm unilffitjlpy
,6xH-ft. Can uccoiniiioiliite six or elitht persons esslly. lliirns either wihmI or eoul. Hull- A SPHOIALTY.p .
laughter, and refreshments had been Good looks are really more than skin I'or pleasure puriiiiHH or IlKlit freight or MmIiIiik liiiHlneits. We will diipllcute fur *l !00, orMKKKIM.NTKVKNM
'KORGEV.. ALLEN, served, the Cocoa band rendered some deep, depending cnliiely on a healthy will alter to suit uouilaions, m prices f nun tVMiHMi toSl iwi.stiln .

selections on the hotel grouuds, which condition of the vital organs. If the KNOlNKKKINO CO.,

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, concluded the exercises of tho evening.So liver be inactive, you havo a bilious look; 1JK & HO East Hay Bt., f Arbsoovlllr, Flu. Kiinlntwrs, Contractors, Kle.
ended the great social event of tlie if stomach be disordered, you have
your
|ey West, Florida, season at Rockledge. It was a pleasant a dyspeptic look; If your kidneys be affected

Will practice In the United States and enjoyable evening to nil. The pro> you havo a pinched look. Secure
|nd State Courts. OjunO.Ifc cceds of the celebration are to bo given good health, and you will surely havo
to pay the rent of the Avllah library. good looks. "Electric Ultters" is a good HOMESEEKERS

The public are under obligations to tho alterative and tonic. Arts directly on

ladies and gentlemen who participated the stomach, liver and kidneys. Purllles Tnaoc Marks
>R. F. II. HOUGHTON, in the celebration* and secured money the blood, cures pimples blotches and DcaiuNeCo

for the cause, and who afforded boils, and gives a good complexion. Who Home in tlie rmoMTs Ac.Anrona .
sucb a pleasant and enjoyable evening Every bottle guaranteed. Sold at F. S.Chaftce arc Seeking- sanitise a skatrh and (lasortptlon mafillnklr

DENTIST.B'aytona to the people of Cocoa and Rockledge. & Co's. drug store. ln iitlon aaistrlaln lapmhahlr nar patantabla.opinion fraa f whathar Especial thanks are due to Miss Moore, Price bottle, 50. tlnnaatrlotlfaoiiSilaiitlal. Handbook on
per .
South should send to the for aanurllig patanla.lalanta
OMaal
undersigned ant fraa. aaannr
Jerome
Mrs. Wilson, Mrs.
Florida.iT3 Mrs. Smith, takan tbniaah Mann Co. noalf*
Roberts, Mr. Pattison and others, who rp.rU!awtloa, ailhout sbarja, la to
of the celebration, and who Bvervliody Bay* So.Cascnrets .
had charge American.A
did everything possible to make it a Csuilv Catburtic, the most wonderful for a of the Scientific .
ALFII E. SMITH, 51. D.rnYSICIAN ni.dlcul discovery of the aire, pleasant copy handaomalr llloatratad waaklr. Taraaat atrrulatlim -
success.MT and refreslunir to lhu tusle, ml gently of anf aiilaiitlHn biurna Tarma.S a,
and pos'tivi-ly on kidneys, liver nml bowels,
need In the of ileansiiiK the entire svsUtn, dispel colds, &Co1"', '*', 'NewTQrkCajXa.
AND SURGEON.
What do way
you bill cure liendaolie, lever, luthlluul constipation Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We
envelopes, note and letter heads, and biliousness. Pleas* buy and try o bo* .
Specialist In Genital, Urinary an Rectal heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? ofC.C.C to-day. 10, &.. Ml rent*. Mold and

Diseases.5ankoui We shall be glad to have a share of your guaranteed to cure by all druggists. UCvW iVrvvvrtlV'TAMPS
We have a first-class job department
work.
>, Florida. connected with the Advocate, havo lands for Fruit Crowing, Trucking, Tobacco Crowing, and for RUBBER TWHY N0T HAVC Y0U

and all we nsk Is a *Uare of your woik.RonniNS THEFISHING Winter and Summer Homes. Climate tho healthiest In tl> United States. WORK DONE BY QUICKiCHCAPANOARCLIABLf


GAZETTE Apply to IP I k? FIRM. ITCCLOICl WAiltLl
We would esteem the favor If
ojtriMders of this century no
Since tho beginning SEALS, MASS CHECKS.VW .

ur advertisers, when to writing purchase tor merchandise calling upon, less than fifty-two volcanic Islands have (E3TAUUiiIEl> lM l.) JAS. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, V1 TYFEWHirtRS SUfftlD

Ktc, would mention the Advocate. risen but of the Sea. Nineteen of that 4. IlllTOIir OF TUBVOfll. . >l'SI'MUKItlLS. KI.OIMDA KAHT COAST K'V, BIGGEST PLANIN -

number have disappeared, and ten are Tlie only vreekl->nnllrnHon(In hewo > THE SOUTH
rlil ilrrnlril rirlmlvrly Jo> the. ST. AUGUSTINK, FI..A.MANIER .
(>riing Grove and IIcmIiIciico now inhabited. nieri-ln I Fl liirljuil Kl.nit C u 11 n re
>ulurallllator, >' Flail.
'
tite official. ortOAfrf qr' tut: trade.,
.
for Sale.V < *
Acetyh-n
A Vnfuntile M >f1liim fnr Aflvrlln4rtt. VIGOROUS
MEN MADE
WEAK
The Ff fine grove and garden property ofil ( uQ Ihe prlnrlpul Kish ttiHrkfts acres River The latest and most interesting illnnii.n ountrv, anil alt the pews or th# Fl.hlnff WnrW.II .
fronting the Indian
on sale in the south Is ln.li p.n ilhl alike in Ilia flSIIUHMANmd
ottered for MUSIC CO.
mil extending back to the county road ant, is now it KISH l KAI.KH. Orders ;u Miarpes about 15 miles south ofntusville For biilliancy, safety and cheapness, fi| || MERI'IIANTH for prl<- of ul. crl'tlnn'
anything heretofore produced, #!.< r r* r. iopal l to L'nlted
|
known as the Brock place; surpasses
**) bearing trees good bouse,' four ami Is creating a sensation wherever. s .mi per )rnr, poetnnM to Forelsrnr.rnntrlea. '
; '
like > >> "I"1 0aV. S'-UA-f. "DAY. Zl ait.
ooms and kitchen and exhibited.. It is so > : |
house
servants' .
; Nrnil for saniitle Mpr.Adilreiia
packinghouse. Price. $ IT.OO.OO. Ity that all colors are the same as ir What PEFFER'S NFRVIGOR Did

Apply to Bhown bv sunlight, and Its power is the TUB FISHIXO CAZRTTR, lb met* iM>w rruliy mh<1 *|uh kly. Curwii oilottiftr
reilected piece oL ** fill. Viittfiii nivn n>uttin Ut mtnlnm by a ,
& Graham, same as sunlight MAIL b EXPREH4 BL.fKI., ConoYer Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln mtn rnnj9tr yuuOitui vluor. white porcelain the same size as the 203 BROADWAY.sjkw ( to 4rrvoiMnrfi! aUo.C Vlt IUyfmiMtlfsiri
Attys. for owners, simple < 5f l htly I'mImIob*. I'tMt fowrriIthmtr
Titusville, ''Fla. flame. It Is produced in a very Yonir. rMlllaMrmorr.. %% **!'
by biinging calcium carb de a *nt*>.* an4tVfrft( of iclf abu *T ***?*** owtln'llcrti
manner Wnrdu Otflnniinliy rJ CMinNiimptlon
contact with water, which immediately PIANOS. Ihia ilMidrawHint* itnfH'MA uKhli'M-isui.aitliut* onc
the (acetylene). Calcium li*#*mi m j rl *|ii Airrf>iil*>r pronu Itmldton h vb
>VANTKI> AOKXTH. gives off gas of When you are about to buyanythlng r'rm: r *n<* for it
carbide i composed of equal parts cast a glance over the Apvocatk Inn *carrl 94 In vi pM-iteU lr iil piIn wrap*
lime dust, fused together just |Mr. Mft p v tmn, nr *ft for /! wtiti A K* ltlv*
coke dust and columns, where you will find the advts.of U rfttmm 4iMMrttatv i*C r r Hsvi.d !>
... T'e Confederate Soldier in tho Civil in the Intense heat of the electric furnaceaheat tellable merchants, whom we CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS Moavy.PainphlHl fraa.lioM hr ilnuralata. A.ldrfrCrfEH >
many MKUa'ALASll'a lrkl lib
k> r, contains 500 pages 12x18 Inches, which causes iron to boil should like our readers to patronize. aa

ami over 1,1(10 large battle scenes, portraits like water, ami under which lead not SoliI by J, B. Hcrcven, only.Royaltansy .

maps, etc. The greatest and larg only melts but becomes an ejploslve gas Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
est War Rook ever published, and the The United Mates have adopted It in Keep Your Eye on Upaln

only one that does justice to the Confederate the liirht-house and postoffice departments And other things an well. Item! a reliable

soldier and the cause he fought while In France, Germany, Australia newspaper during these exciting Write for Catalogues. pills

Im' vARenU wanted everywhere to sell and Creat Britain It Is rapidly days. The Weekly News, Savannah, MKWDIM'OVKVrs NKVCRFAILil.A .

tnisbook on our new and easy plan.Many forcing to the wall all other illum.nant.. (It,, issued Mondays and Thursdays and MANIEK A I AXE MUSIC COMPANY, nw,,railaUJluulitMWMilv*, anaiitjp mtm r* i or f fur p lpftilntaruitujmClun. upPftwil >
of the lady and gentlemen agents For isolated houses and. In fact, for all, forwarded by morning mail trains, brings .How m1 by ovr( 4M#
The general 21 Koat Day Street, JacksonTille, Kla. l *ll ln ltior lt !** oriftuu. M *
: are at work are making from *30 to.uo it is the light par excellence. you all the news. Yon can depend on W r mi fMftftw taHUlnn JfftaMMp
per month. Veterans, sons and offices for the state are located InSt. what it prints the news all the time- | r, M 9 t box, tfMli boa*)l. Snt
tu | In piln turnA *** *i*
wrppr
daughters of Veterans, and others Inter- Augustine, lock box 00.5. only $1. 0 a year, 50 cents six months, mtmmpm fur pArtleuUhr*. *+t4 bf 1u*>ml
ar9 renuested to aend for a beautiful 2Ti cents three months. Subscribe now.Kemit iiMMiiriiHrrii mlrrfcAtMm All |-

illustrated descriptive circular (free) job printing, we toThe ADVOCATE does neat clean Job *
need The Printing.
ami terms to agents. Address Conrler- VIf ruWd you Ket any a hare of ,U Weekly News, Savannah, Ca. SoM bjr J. D. croTen, onl/
Journal Job Trinting Co., Louisville, Ky. hall be



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. MARCH 4. 1898.f .


And Boy From ***#
INDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE. +- protection is to grow dwarf trees Fort Pierce. young people closed the evening with at asocial SAVE MONEY

and rover them upon the approach hop, MisHartstone piesiding

of cold weather. This rimy be all the piano.
tWIIILT JOURNAL DIVOTSD TO THI DITUrOPHBMT K r Keerans loft Sunday for
night
OF TIIK INoUX BIVSB, UttWOBTH right for grove* Ju(>t lieing set out, Key West.
AMD B1HCAV5* AV4BOTIOKI.PU1II.1HIIKI but there are hundreds of Hcres of
Urge, full grown trees which It Doctor Hood lias gone to Atlanta, afIr the ADVOCATK, Feed Garden Seeds Flour
ter a short stay with his folk* here. It would Grain Hay
would be and ,
) KVJtltY FHIDAY.Cbahlk impossible to cover name tosciibers. ,
which need protection as much us Parson Gove held services here twice It does not cost you three

If. Walton, K taken by the year, and it can be sent toymi
Mrs wife of school In of the United States or
Hodge, our teacher any part
of ailv< n ift lie nisiler- flirting Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of Insects; ILirmlebeast.
law designed to prohibit
here for Gray
la very sick At the present time, Canada without extraexpense Agent "
onally at tilt* nttlce or l>y wrlHnii.C'hfick.eu with school girls, is one of the and we wIsli her a speedy recovery. Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Wiite for ,! "

-., mujr Ihi mult| yal>l (uC'iiaklk* triumphs of idiocy of the Tennessee Adrian Sample lias opened a fish house Mad Death or a Popular I.a.ly. Office: 124V.. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE I
(I. Walton, puhllnlivr snM |ir i|>rlet date. An unfortunste youth by A Is brother IIAiry sample, who wewlll Titusvllle
visitors to -
miss here. Among the pleasant
All flommanl stlAn* toINI has been Indicted under this tnw greatly two seasons ago were Mr. .1. O.Dewev .
>IAV UIVBK ADVOCATR.riftVVSLLR for the heinous crime, and will Promptly at 7:13: Friday evening the and his charming daughter, Miss P. E. McMURRAY Carriage and
test its constitutionality before city hall began to fill wlih the elite of Julia M. I>ewey, who made many friends
KMIKIDA.Nk the town, and by H o'clock was crowded wlille here. The sad announcement of &
consenting to punishment under II.It to Ita utmost capacity. Precisely at the the Udv'a death Is announced by a letter

Vohk okpick is certainly unitizing what ubsurd hour the orchestia rendered an exquisite to Mr J. G. Bast, founeilv proprietor f BAKER,
Metropolitan ItiifhHitfr, 1 Ma'ltHiin Aie.U. laws, the various state legislatures selection of music, under the e the lent the Grand View hotel, Titusville, who .!
are capable of framing, and unfortunately management of Mrs Hailstone, who entertained them as Ids guests. The letter Dealers I
looked grand in a superb costume of is self-explanatory :
in some inststices, Indies black cloth. A few minutes later "Mr. J. G B.ist: Dear Sir I wiiteyouat Pleasine and Business Vehicles, Hand
Catts, Saddlery, Carts. ,
H. Department 1 -VirrloultiiroWutlMr pushing. We are wont sometimes the curtain went up and divinely lair the ienue tnf Mr. Dewey to tell you Dump et
Sundries, etc.
\ Bureau Jupiter, Flu.Tho to criticise the actions of our own stood the beautiful Mile. Zora, before of the death of his daughter, Jettie. She B cycles, JACKSONVILLE
legislature, but it Iihs never yet an enthusiastic and appreciative audi c.tme here a week Satuula.v. The next Main and Church Sts.. FLA.Materials..
follow lug is ii comparative slatemcint ence. She was Introduced to the audience day was taken with appendicitis. She
descended such of
to depths puerility by Dr K P Keerans
I
a dlsttngiiished We I
of tempcratiiie nad rrninfall for tlio wa* operated upon on Toe-day. a
as to enact laws for the prohibition gentleman from Charlotte, X. C. all of her when she suddenly
hopes
week ending fiiesd i>, ll l> 2J, 1 1807 of flirting. Mile. Zorii'a representation of "Zing.ire succumbed to heart failure eaily The NewSelden
MIKT. la" was charming, and elicited rounds this morning. Mr. Dewey arrived befoie
70C of applause and encoies. The piogram the operation, and Is with us. Voms
,!> Tiik unsettled state of the country is ton lengthy to give, but taken from sincerely, Emma J.,. Snider. 212, Wnrbuiton -
72II has drawn attention to the need beginning to end wuagiand, and showed ave., Vonkers, N. Y., Sunday, Door !
( of coast defenses, and to this end the talent possessed by this voung actress. Feb. 2nth, 18118." Cypress Company
Tho pmceeds nggiegal ed *I17.; 'J" Mass.
r.s. the ollicers of the Naval militia > Miss Dewey lived at Sheffield, ,
(10or. and will be turned over to the shell road and was visiting her filend signing this
will make an extended trip along committee. Kspeclal thanks are due letter w hen her sad death declined.IK .
the eastern, coast of the state, under Adrian Sample in his untiling etfoits to
Total rainfall for tlie week : 0.MS( inches
bring the
orders from (Jeneral entertainment to a successful 1st, 1 91 turned the steam on to
Pi'p.utiiic Iioiii iioi-mi.i1 in I ii fill tor tlu> Adjutant iililncitnni nlso Messrs IHttm.ir Opened October ,
; Ii.ivis and
Reliable
Good
YOU NEED
from week:ii.hiii minus" Inches.il in((1.5 I nf.il incites.I since January Dcpartine I, locations Houston, to for determine signal on stations the best in and remleied.IIidTnagle After fur the praisewoithy enteltainment services the tlio Widely-read AtlVOCATK.Newspaper a , Subscribe for One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Biani


mlnUK l. 0 ..1.V.. Ciiivk, Observer. time of during war. the The in examination formatlon gat will bered General Wood Working Plants in the United States.

be kept a profound secret. This
And with expeilenced management, (covciing n past expeiienec of ,.
THE END OF THE CENTURY. Is a decidedly necessary precaution CLOTHING. vears In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect tlie iel
in the light of recent events, and possible in.iteilal and wotkm.mhhlp at our hands. Our production will ,wl

even If nothing serious should . Doors, Sash, I51inds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-bouse Materials, Tanks. C\m\ elf I ICHAS.
That wi> arc within measurable
arise from complications
present ,
distance of tlit* iv of doom is a
I lie station** will be of use in times

feeling cloxi'ly end of allied iIhcentury.with the. Kvery approaching - of peace outside., to communicate War has become with vessels avery Shoes Hats Underwear N. WELSHANS,

past century ln ended with ,
,
pregnant possibility, and it is
tlie same wild conjectures, ami
well that we should not be caught
anions; the argument- ed is the napping in an emergency. CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR PLASTEl]
fact that war* and minors of war etcBiggest ,

are everywhere rife. When it i* ,
taken into consideriitf o.i that wins HUNTING AND FISHING * HAIR AND LATH. **

and rumors of war have been go. ALONG THE EAST COAST.IS .

lug on almost ever since the times Stock on the East Coast.
of Adam and Kve, wit'li commendable Largo number of ducks ara lieing {State Agent L. & M. Puirts nnd Oiln.
brought into Titusville daily, and we aie
regularity, this argument loses informed that lUever was sport us good Old Thone 8. )\<\ 13 HogiiD Strut I
somewhat of its fore*;, and there as at present

arti severul minor item* to happen, Dining a recent tlip to Tomoko Cabin, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Onethird .

according to Holy Writ, which do !' II Love 11 and Miss Lovell, of Hotel

not seem to show nigiiN of immediate Oimond, caught a big mess of black bass
of good si.e.Mr. .
accomplishment. In;fore the arrival ACETYLENE GAS.
of that day.W once hud a .folio .1. Jacob, of Wheeling, W. .
pious and respected relative who Va., Is still enjoying tho shooting in the
iieighooiliood of Titusville. Ha went for one-fourth tlieooulof
The New more light
had Light.
figured out front biblical out with Prof.-J, M. Lailin, of Now York, electric light. Five thousand i\idi]>|
prophesies that it would take about a few days ngo ami shot ,'18 ducks; and power hours for one dollar. Generators from #15.00 up to *7K( .
200 years before tlio end of I lie on Monday bagged .'18 quail. We contiact for suppljing plants and installation complete for cities, timmlanil

world could arrive. This was One hundred and six tarpon were villages, halls, chinches, and dwellings anywheie in North, Central Mil
about caught at the Bight this A met lea.
twenty years ago, ami as we past week.
had great faith in that relative, Visitors scales carrying for ornaments liome the and large deenrnt-tarpon General Offices for the South, Bishop Building, ST. AUGUSTINE. TLA.

we feel more or less confident that ting purposes, in memory of their visit ACETYLENE GAS Co
the final smash-up, or freeze-out. to "the only Canaveral Bight."

as some claim, will not arrive until Mr. C M. Moriick, of New Hiigbton,
at least 180 years hence ; therefore Pa., who is again at his usual winter
we rest in peace and heed not ouaitera at Hotel (irmond, baa been IT IA (1UAVK MISTAKKTt The Premier Flour of Amerial
the prophetic utterances of the making some big catclies of lish of late
from the
Ormond biidge. He hrouirht
fearful. in fourteen tine bass on Monday morning.Messis .
To Buy Your DRESS GOODS.
I.ticien iluot ami Duinont Hunt Unexcelled Biscuit
IT WAR ? of Montreal, Canada; and Colonel . .
D It Gaulden and son, were duck shoot
ing on the Upper Indian Klvor on Wednesday without first sending to
There seems to be no good reason
and bagged quite a number of
to doubt that the outcome of the ducks. They Ii.nl excellent apoit.Dr. For and

Maine disaster, and the events that Baker, of New Yoik, and Mr. V.
led up tn it, whatever the decision II. Ijovell, guests at Hotel Oimond, aie The Surprise Store *
of the investigating committee, will said to bo making qui to good records
not be war. Popular sentiment in duck shooting and fishing. Dr. ll.iker Bread Pastry.JACKSONVILLE
used to bo nn ardeat
spoilsman in this .
America is clamoring for war, and section about six years ago, and on one ,
the same bellicose spirit is manifested occasion when out in a small bout on ST. AUGUSTINE. FLA.
among the Spainards. The Indian Klver with Messrs. Ilersey and ,

dignified has, however attitude restrained of the president ville Huntington, by being was run capJ/.ed into by just the olT steamer Titus FOR SAMPLES OF THE MANY Represented by F. M. BURST FLLI

,
any St. Lucie, on the occasion of which impromptu ,
imprudent demonstrations of a bath ho lost Mr. D. S. Ilutcblnsoo'a -

hostile nature, but the cool decis gun. Come and see us again, NEW AND STYLISH
ion of the chief executive is somewhat of Doctor sport; on we Indian can promise Kiver.yon still plenty GOODS Bernard Abel. Fetek J. XevixjIt -


articles nullified and by illustrations the inflammatory with .BERNARD ABEL & CO.

which the pages of the Nesr York Florid* K t C ut Packing Co. .. ..

dailies are embellished. Nothing The above Is the title of a new company is the Largest as well the
but barm can come of such recently formed for the as most Up-to-Dnte Store in the State, and an
pictures purpose of Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives Commission Merchants
prompt attention
the
as were contained in a recent creating facilities for the handling,pack* day received.
issue of the World, depicting, Ing and shipping of the nineapplea raised ,
in Florida and
adjacent keys.
among other things, how the Viz. Mr. Geo. Corner Washington and TORK. I
C. Matthams, the well-known pineapple Jay Streets NEW
cay* oould destroy the city.of New grower, of West Palm Beach, la general Proprietor of tho SURPRISE STORE
York with three shots from her manager of the organisation; and those FLORIDA PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY.Florwie .
placing their crop* ot pines in his hands ST.
guns. The people AUGUSTINE
are already rest astured FLA. < D ,<> BnV ; I Ias
may the fruit will be han wI ft New York! Commercial Agencie.
worked
up to the highest pitch of dled with ** replf
every care and lie dispatched Cable Address M markTtTZ&Z 'nPmen w Send postal request for prompt
: rcadant N.Y to
indignation, and to scatter broadcast wIthl promptitude to its destination. ESTABLISHED 1878. P. O. Box,301il.Mk. or any information In our line.
such firebrands is but to incite Pineapples will be received for shipment
to hasty and ill-advised action. at the company's offices, Kaat Bay street,
Xasaau
N. I\
The more sober-sided people are not

anxious to see war declared, but Importer A Commission Merchant of

there are occasions when the gun A Dancing I'arty. .FOREIGN AND
DOMESTIC
and sword become the only recourse Anionic those whoattended the dance FRUITS..

compatible with national at the home of C'apt. and Mrs. James ARMOURS
ORANOKS PINEAPPLE
honor. However, it is not 3>et time M. l'aine, Cocoa, last Thursday night, and 20 Heaver St., NEW YORK. and LEMONS A SPECIALTY. FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .

to flaunt the red banner of war to were the following: Misses Florence MARKET REPORT VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.

the breeze. War can only come and Patterson Kmma, llanlee. Viva Mill, Grace Oranges, bright, per box. *l Specially prepare.! out of the
Camille I>wyer, Daisy russets 75 to *) 00i purest materials and recommended to growers
after every other means of settling Hardee, Bessie Smith : 50 because
and Dora llreese, Strawberries to 4 00 they are the
the difficulty have been eshuasted.j Mr. and Mrs. J. C Wyatt, Messrs. refrigerator crates per" qt 0 25 to 0 35 very highest standard of excellence.
open ,
President MeKinley and his cabi-1 Hatch I.ouls AnilrewsGeor, Victor Villaumnie>re (tiiiffras, Frank Potatoes, second crop, per bbl.qt. 3 0 00 10 to to 030 For other crops we haveARMOUR'S
5
00
Marvin I Meets
net are per crate
giving earnest attention
to Thomas,Joe Wilkinson 0 75
Horace Shares to 1 00
,
100
the matter; and, as a well-known Arthur Lapham, Sidney Will lain*, Celery,per per do bunches. . 1 50 to 3 00 ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .

general remarked to us on Sunday, Mark Allen and Harnes Sanders. Cabbages, per bbl crates 0 15 to 0 50 FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
"They cannot be Jingoed into The dance as announced In the Inst Cauliflower, per JbbI basket 0 75 to 1 00I
issue of the
Aovocatk was given 1 CO to 50 BLOOD
by BONE
war. Egg plant, per orange box AND POTASH.
the Misses
Cordelia A. and Ellen Paine 2 50 to 4 00
in honor of their charming pineapple crate 3 50 to 500 Compare our
you or friend. Green analyses with 2ir
peas, per crafe those of other We oaa
Miss Alice Thomas, of 3 50 to 4 00 any manufactures.
James
Mott, commenting on Minneapolis, Lettuce, per basket you other Fertilisers
Minn., and was 0 73 to or Fertili2er
quite a success. We 175 materials.
the impracticability of the Peppers, per carrier . .
recent
suggestions of Mr. Dunk to pro.tect our regret attending.pressure Ice of cream business and cake precluded were String" beans" per wax crate ! ."I1V! 4 2 00 50 to to 350 500 Price,,8err. ,! ", very best results. AnMj*''

orange trees from cold, ad* supplied in abundance, and dancing was Tomatoes, per per carrier green crate 3 00 to 460 furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.

vances the idea that he only practical the kept np with considerable spirit, under Cucumbers, per crate .'1.? 125 to 250

and' inexpensive method of I band.Inspiring strains of Prof. Kroeger'a Crapfruit par box /' 200? 350 ARMOUR & COMPANY .

rotatoespe/bbl. . .. .. . ? ? 7 175 00 ,

Jacksonville. Fla.



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INDIAN RIVJCK ADVOCATE, MARCH 4. io5>8.


shipments, has returned to Melbourne. I IMrs.

j,,,.! ' Wllll||Btf.llcloai*. M. E. Easoo, owner of the lllrach
> orange prove, accompanied by Mrs. Kev1nolds FERTILIZE
spent a few days here Wkinj aftMr. '

s
ami Mrs. L. C. Moore.On .

Tuesday afternoon a man named '
Harry Chilstensoo, Iisht complexion '
Hnd dark hair, weight about iolbs.; | SPECIAL PBICESmL

tliessed In blue coat and pants, with
brass buttons, and neK'lRee shlit. left I

Erclldoune plantation snddenlv; *12 be
longing to one of the other men left at I

the same time. If you see him, drop a "
ine toV.. II.- HoscUnd, Fla. It might hLJL S p \X7"03S.A.11
help to catch him.


uSLroxixidL 3ortllizor.
POWDER Sebastian. hi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED Zjff Befoio buying tho following Matetlals be sure nnd Apply tits <>

Absolutely Pure ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save von money,
Beans ate going forward .
rapidly now.Col.
Moisture . S to inA STEAMED BONE. I5AW BONE
,
Buffner has a brand new wagon.W. \minonia ... to IIjo
Kipuil to Sulphate of Ammonia ., to sit BLOOD AND BONK, ACID I'llOSI'llATK,
W. I'usselt left Tuesday for a tiin Available I'hnsithorie AoltlKipinl A to II
*0 AI HHIKO POWOtS 00., NIW VOBK.Miami. to St. Augustine. to Hone i'liospliate of I.lino 11 to IIA DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATE OF SODA,
!'otnli K2 O .. .. to
The Naiad was out for n spin Sunday Kqual to Sulphate of I'cttnshM.iKiieMu 0 to II) SULIM1ATK OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, IIIo
.
EHH tame.Soda, etc M to III)
afternoon last.Mr. .
#" Write for Special Pamphlet.j TOBACCO DUM', COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES.
Wm.
Braddoek and wife spent COTTON SEED 1111.1. ASHES, KA1NIT AND I'OTAMIKS.Plcnso .
Sunday with relatives heie. ** Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low

Apvocatk is on sale at the news Lee A. Miller, internal revenue officer, pi ices.
was culling on our merchants Monday.JooEarman .
l'alm hotel.
in IJoyal
( Curlier Is off on n business trip representing Kobert W. Correspond -with tin boforo boin r imluc-otl to bitvI'amplilut. from I"> 'tilor.-i. Simtl tor I'l' lMelbourne.

io West coast for a few days.T. Simms, Jacksonville, was heie Tuesday.Rev. hiRoseland. .

W. A. Louder Is hard work
visit. Sandeis one day paid this West week Palm on business Beach airt erecting the frainewoik of his new at home. LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.

Miss Ada
IfO. A. Woiley has been under the Braddoek returned home, ,
lih er for a few days this week, but isr Wednesday, from a vlcit to Beams.Rev. .

r n|) and about again. S. F. Kove will preach hero next
Sunday, the lith, morning and t-wning.
'( in ( in ry, collector of customs at
port of l'alm Dead), Is in the city, The schooner Mallard, Capt. Allen nnd

in| >located r .lohn lit P.the Lovett Hoyal spent l'alm Sunday hotel.jii party liaibor, from Sunday Oik night.Hill, anchored in our Canaveral. When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour

RIIUIlK .* no >l>K.lt.'u! Kntate and Umn>.
in the and leturned.lii'ksonvillo
li liis f.nnlly city, Aircnt for .Ktn.i. Loniton ami Liverpool aniltilolu Five vessels were In oiling this week,
on Monday morning'sii. Georgiana. *. nuil Innifriiil Kire liiHtirikiicn. Sperlaliittciiiion steering north, one going soul h. he expects to get :
p.ilil to thu iiiwrexu ot non resident
!*. The went her for the past week has
my M. Flagler came down from been quite warm, nod hunting parties
in l.eacli last Thuisday on a tour ofiH'iion Miss Mary lUinlin came up from HOTKI. CAWr.ET >\. Mf.I.IIDtntNK. KI.A.Mi'ioitifnllv are taking advantage of the plot suit
letiiruing to the Koyal Poln- Kden, Friday. Hitn u l on a lilirl) I1I11IT. overlooklnir weather and moonlight nights.
the Iinliaii Itiver. FirMt-elsHa ai'eoininoilatioiis -
Ilii' same day.i.
>i Miss Etta Mapes went to Cocoa, Fil- ,and ralf rniiHoniiMA.K. Father O'ltoyle's long-promised \ | ||
i. C M. Kemp, a prominent Key day, shopping.Mrs. KOIlKltrsoX, Propilotor.W1IKX has not >et roiue iihoul. His many

nr-u-r, spent several d lys with us the Page and Mrs. McMannra were friends here begin to think he has forsaken
i week on a pleasure trip. The DocMHmcd out (hiving, Satn|<1.ly.Mr. Ytitf On TO MKr.lKH'ltSK call at Hiell.i.i.ir them for Diiytoua. His enrnot
highly pleased with the Mm. fhas .1. r. ('amplx'll Co., Mll- work in favor of the creek Is ininh ap (HIT This
Kingman took llneivoIIoiih, iny (iooilH, IjiiUch' rpiulyinade -
ulcifiil iniiioveiuent| in and about a pirty around the and uoven I'lidcrwear, KimtIh' Himiowd.ed preciated.
mi hincu Iiih last visit.ho point of the island last Thursday.Mr. CorNetM.etc.,pmliroiilery anil eulored Hilkn,
The of Miss
souvenir ,Stutlonery,etc.llOlTt engagement Florence
regular Fi May evening dance atel (toodsel and wife are enjojlng n poons Wilson to Win. I'rnetorius is announced
Miami was enjoyed by all who few days of rest and quiet in the patsonago. the Until of this month being
MKf.ltOIUNK, Ft.A.
v so foitnnato to bo present. S.11.1in . Iom'Ivli'w UKM.l'Vl'K.>f Iniliitii Hiver. In a Hlieltrri'dnitiuiilon set for the wedding. Ed I'rnetorius, iiis
is the right in the light will take his brother W ill's
man Miss May Il.iinlin and Miss Etta Mapes Superior nceoiiiiiioiliitlona. Moderate reported,
c fur such hITaiis, as he Insists upon rates. place vvitli .Mrs Burns.OJ .
went to Melbourne, Monday, to attend W. R. CAMmKIX, Proprietor.IIMTKI. .
the East Coast Chautauqua.A Honeywell, 1st assistant keeper
Allen of West l'alm Beach.u nt the Canaveral light Is
Dwight preparing n
111.1.11111 KI.A.,
of beans KNK.
crate a little more than ltlVKRSIDK. because It.
It. Is tho best also the cheapest,
lie sketch of he life of :
the city wheie will ba located half full was shipped to New York and overlookintc Indian Itiver: InniiHlike neeom.noilit'Ion ( ii lighthouse keeper
the next week. Mr. Allen comes anil (rood bourd. lutes SI AO per for the Aitvoi'Ai'K giving n full description farthest.Tnko .
.
sold for $3. >0, netting the owner $2.2 >. ilav or Jll.lHl to igi.oo per week, ueeordinit toloeatlon
id to take the place of W. M. Feath- of room. Speeial ra e to Itiverjieoplu. of the light, -workings, etc. the
\ our collector of customs, during Tho young folks spent the evening fll.VS. T. McIlltll>IC, no other; Insist on getting genuine
Geo, of New Berlin
Captain Stephens,
Latin's short absence In the Island very pleasantly with Miss Emma Wagner l'ropr.etor.I.KON article.
Flu.arrived the steamer
on Spartun -
celebrating Washington's
,
with candy and iefret hmcnts.Mrs. hiithday. Cnplain Nesbitl, from Kail Gallic, For sale by leading doiileis throughout tin) State.
Irs. Siie-Biiwlley Johnson, of Key games, > \. PKI'K. M. t).. ritVftlCIAN AMIM last Monda.v, to take charge of the
r, his moved Into her commodious Leo was calling on Mrs, Owen, KfihON. Mellionrnn, Kin.Mr. (Jeo. W. Srohie pound fishery. He has

so opposite the residence of L. 0.cr Mrs. Hainlin and Mrs. Hughes, Saturday mi experience of many yenrs nt Sen-

and Is now pleasantly domiciled afternoon, .M r. Lyman and Mr. Lee Holiii of Boston, is n guest of bright, N. .1. He is Invornhly impressed SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS.
the winter. J. W. Johnson, her son.iw going as far as Mr. White's. Hotel Kiverside.Mr. nnd predicts a success.

also of Key West, is visiting her..mica .
Leila Hardeeville .lell'ords is busily engaged
Miss AnMiony went to and Mrs. Ceorge OtN, of Chicago Captain
McComb, a prominent fruit sol- Saturday, to bu with her mother are Into arrivals at Hotel Bellevne.Mrs. getting ready to begin his contract
,
r of New Voi k City, is in "the city, and brother. They returned in a sailboat with the Itoard of Trade in Titusville, Largest Seed House in tho State.
is pleasantly located at Hotel Miami Sunday, to their homo at this L. C. Moore, of Itosi'latid, Is the dredging out the creek. It Is proposed

the season. Mr. McComb is repreinj place. Mrs. Anthony and Master Boscoe guest of her parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. to make it & feel tleep nnd 'M leet wide Special Vniletlos of Corn for Floihl.l. Seeds for Foilder ciops.4'iism.ivii .
: the old reliable Valentine house returned to West l'alm Beach, Wednesday. John (ioode, during the eimiitnuqua, nt low water mark. It may he of interest

in city, and is at piesent interviewing .1. II. May. of Boekledge, anil T. Sam to I hose interested that In the Seed, 7.V. per 1(10( best. Send for Pilco List.L. .
first place, t he beginning of H work so
vegetable
of this hectlon ininteicsts
growers
of Inillaiiola were (he guests
Sanders, long advocated by the pink paper of Soodsmnn
of his lirm.iny W. and Mrs. K. ,
Banyan.J. of Mr. the East ('oust, will he n fact ; secondly
L. Hoffman, a prominent young week.Miii. the dirt dredgeil from the creek 126 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Also.Papor .
nico man, l iV. Wnddell, our popular real estate W. Scott and family wero visiting W. Holmes, ii the guent of Mr. nndMrs. that it will he impossible for it Shell Penciln Trees, I to 2 years, Olimtcn stock, $I'J per 10t>.

kcr, the ohl II. W. Hadley place, near in Courtcnay last week.Col. K. W. (ioode during the Chautauqua. ever to cau u trouble ; thirdly, the
?na Vista. The purchase price was canal committee, Capt. Lund, mayor ofTitusville
D. L. (Jauldcn was attending to
SOU. This is one of the linesproper- It. C. Scriingeour and Fred
i in the vicinity or Miami. Mr. Hoff- business In Banyan on Tuesday last. The recitnN, given i'ih-Ii evening I.oh ley, are so well known nnd interested Fertilizers.

ii i* an enterpiising y.>nng man, andre Snap beann aie moving forward to the during the Chautauqua by Miss dune that their overseeing the work Isin .
glad to ndd his name to our list northern maikets, daily, but not in large Dupee, of Bohton, give) much pleasure itself an assurance I lint the contract
>ermancnt residents in this locality.Iny rpiantities.Mrs. to those who hear her.Mr. will be carried out faithfully. No

.1. K. Kagan presented her husband nnd Mrs. O. O. Untrerfy, of New money will he paid to Capt. Jell'ords Ilefore making your puichases write to

lumber and other building mail with a fine baby boy on the a lib York, are again guests at Hotel Carleton. until the comity surveyor has measured
direct from wel'. They are very fond of llshing,ho the dirt actually removed. Every
the Builders' nnd child are doing
Supply Mother
prox. to Melbourne to get plenty.Mis precaution has been taken, and it heiiooves Co.
H St, Augustine, and savo the lumbcr- come The Jacksonville Fertilizer
I man's commission.Micco.. J. A. Booth, of Brantley, has some of of DeLnnd who is the each and every citizen to take
Allen, ,
the finest celery we have ever seen. It an interest in this work. It will menu ,
will bo teady for market in about ten guest of Mrs. Winters, is nlso one of a great ileal to Canaveral, Arlesia nnd
is adding
the sweet-voiced singers who Nathan nnd. In fact, the entire Banana
;
days.C. so much to our Chautauqua.Missfiertrude river. I.Ike many other new undertakings For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Oratiga Trcsnnd

A. Smith, of Ornnr, wa here looking McCoy rendered beautifully it has Its doubting Thomas'
Olivett Bros. Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.
after the interest or ,
last Sunday but when once done, and boats can
sacred
falter Oibson her song,
of Wabasso, was inn this week.
last week.im of New York, evening, in the Congregational church. run through at all times, then you will

Children in this vicinity are Buffering She has a strong, sweet voice.Dr. hear all in favor. It Is the beginning Stock of Goods kept at Titusville Fla
Herndon was in our burg one day with la grippe.J. of a new era for this section, and will ,
* week. John F. Forbes, of Stetson University bring trade to Titusville.

T. Stewart and family were visiting also gave us a great treat by so as to avoid delay in shipments.K. .
r. Kahlert, of story-telling fame, of"Klyn in Banyan on Sunday last.Mrs. his lecture on the Midnight Sun, and
N. V. returned home last be able
addresses. It Is grand to
other
[lay.'he. Frank Harper, of Courtenay, is to listen to such a man.Mrs. When In want of any kind of building SUDLOW, Oen'l. Manager, CAKY-ELWIB,
loads otherwise the
visiting her daughters this week. material. In car or ,
weather Is simply "out.of sight" and Dr. K. II. Olllen, of DeLand, is Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, TlUsville,
*. but was quite cool a few days Subscribe for the Advocat* get again with us during the Chautauqua, will be pleased to make you a delivered
intly.ohn all the news of the East Coast.R. and all who hear her, love her gentle price at your station. You have noagent's

Creech B. D. Jernegan and lady-like She has hosts of warm or middleman's commission topuy.
Delaney made a business trip tot C. ways.
Pierce last Saturday, returning by Nelson Martin have all returned home Buck friends in Melbourne.Dr. Florida Electro Plating Works.

day morning's train.r. from Courtenay, work on been the Oeo, W. Holmes, of City Point,
suspended
having
and Mrs. Day and daughter Miss Hounds Club Inn attended the Chautauqua last Monday J. D. CKAntl kmpii rlrnt lM* fUlooo. W'lne..
for the present. much tHMtim, whlxklM. brandy and ram. Imported
ie left for Glencoe III. last week. and Tuesday, and regretted very Nickel Plating.IJIcycle
that nit datnmtlo rlitarn, tolsuieo tid cigarette* Gold Silver and .
hope to see these pleasant people The steamer Courtenay is carrying that his business was so pressing Prlc of llquora from li.00 to$A 10 par gallon. ,
next year. about, all the freight from Banyan.Capt. he was unable to be present ''during Prompt 'attention to telegraph. and mall Parts, Hevolvers, Tableware, Watches,Jewelry jet*., replntfr* In ft
knows what the people the whole session.W. orders. Term*Caan. Coooa, Fla.J. OHW 51 W. Forsyth Mt
Mclntyre D. CKABII, Agt. workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. J ,
.Culver came down from Merrltt and he does ht best to give It tothem. *XA.
want W. Brown and wife, of Lake JACKBON VILLI?;
Monday evening, to visit his friend, The Courtenay Is the boat we
X Y, E. S. Bender and T. W.Durston .
George,
Oelaney, is the man
returning on Tuesday.Kr. want, and Capt. Mclntyre who are quartered at Hotel

Klckman and hla son-in-law, Mr. tc/ron her. Carleton.are having daily sport trolling THE JOHNSON LAW CO.

of Brooklyn, N. Y., arrived last and sailing, catching some line MIAMIrr! -
>* will winter attieson's sail.
They spend the fish while enjoying a

boarding house. LaG.range. The Carleton hotel is full to overflowing Electrical & Mechanical

lrMaas, a druggist of Brooklyn, N. and with the very best and
who has been in our burg for the fine cleverest people from many different
delivered one of his ,
few weeks train.r returned. home on Sunmorning's old-time Uncle sermons Shad on Sunday last.n states.been built A fine by bowling Mr. Kobertson alley has.Just, which ENGINEERS. Town Lots Now on Sale !

F Ives and Tom Johnson, Sr, are place furnishes indoor amusement for
>ie Wlnton last who has been in our burg rusticating on MerritU Island for a few for his guests.L. The Most Complete Electrical Supply
month or so, left for Rock-
?e last Thursday. He expects to visit days. C. Lockwood returned home last House In (be State g m rMrs.
Mia next winter, as he is very much Quite a large party of our young folks Sunday from Yonkers, X. Y., where A. E. KIHGSLEY
wed with our little town. were present at the League at Mims on he had been called by the death of his ,

Sunday night. father, Charles Lockwood, who died at ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES : Julia I). Tuttle.
Balmoral in Lenox ave. Death .

atMlms the ,
Subscriber, your attention is drawn There seems to be some attraction due to old age; he was seventy Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,
the name-aod-date slip pasted upon for the two Berts. was old. Mr. Lockwood and family switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,

*>Tear nr paper*, please or wrapper.remit. If you are in Lee Coats has gone south to hunt the have years the sympathy of their friends and sockets motors, lamps, annunciators, shades, dynnmne, electric* CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
fortuneD 5 5In
his
.
and here.Kev.
frost line
bells, push buttons, extension f B Pritchard Is seen In our burg II. W. Little, Rector of DeLand push; burglar and fire alarms, Edison all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
quiteoften Won.ler what the magnet Is? Episcopal rhurrh, gave a grand lecture La Lande, Sampson. Sal Anionlae -

In full bloom on B FIves' on Chinese Gordon,Monday evening and Imperial dry batteries, batteriea Fruit and Vegetable Lands on |
are
Orange trees lecture on Tuesday and
several other groves; and another tor naphtha gas engines;
'" L. C. Moore is visiting relatives Place, and in next winter evening, on Madagascar. All who electric light* from water power; engineering oL
lelbourne. io we will have some fruit heard him were delighted, and he has draughting, and complete IMiiiiiil River una ;Oo.y 33lMc. .y

'essrs, and Bert Johnson are cutting and won a big place in the affections of 'plans and specifications furnished.TIIE .
Todd, Bissell and Daly, of T A Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers. .
d i.lelle t. wood to town for a few parties the hearts of the Melbournltes by his ?7 Correspondence ,
X Y" he fr'ed, * hauling
and LAW
wa extend CO.
manners JOHKSOW
the----i kind and genial ,
Subscribe for the P on" all matters" MS oi a warfn welcome to hinrto return Mala Office Hotel Miami MIAMI, FLORIDA.
posted Jacksonville. Fla. ,
fL mpbell, who has been bare Interest ruin7ng to the East Coast to us again.
tlmCi attending to bis orange

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 4. 1898.Lotus. .




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Vegetables TABLE. NO. 12, IN KFFEOT FEBRUARY 14. Woe. V *

Wintry weather for the last few days.J. .

N. Chaiker nude a business trip to SOUTH BOUND (Read Down).
be raised
can at a profit, and INo 78Ar. \
Cocoa last week.Dr. No asD
No JDDaily 8TATTON8.Jufksonvil .
No 87 No 3UITioalT&ie Unily74lkn 1"MN
ily J
Chamber* spent SuinUy Ust in the yield enlarged, if properly e.Mt. _
Taiplip 4 .
Lotus with filends. Ar Anmwtine StaSp
8 10 tfoa4ftBl0
fertilized. Most fertilizers dodo \ | 86aHU"a LvXr .Mt. Arnuminn.. fl'A saupon ** K
Quito a cool spell reached our suction | Hastln kh. Lt.T.v.. _5 4Jp

Monday, after the rain.K.ibiirn not contain enough INDIAN RIYER A BAY BISCAYNE INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY. ute 10 4fnp:13 Lvni-.rAr TTTPals; Pn stkaTTEan h Ar,. _S05p4uSp< Bjp ,

business "Wito.. T7t.Ar.
.
Otwell was transuding <
io Lotus one day recently.K. Commencing January 17th, 18fH. the Steamers "St. Augustine" and 'Si. : SUA opSUE1 LvLvTT Had MfttAo.. 7o.Sj<

Sebastian" will sail an follows: Ti mew & 4>p3&Sp
W. Provost made a trip to Hock- 10 4J O.'p . Ormond *UV
Potash. SOUTHBOUND "St. Augustine. . .DsTtons. 8 44p8ahp 4 Id ,
1 r ,
business.Mm. 10 >p18.P
led few
e a days x<>. on Port Or nire. . "

J. N. Chaiker called at Mm. Leave Titusvlllo, Monday* and Thuisdays for all points between TitusvilloBiidSewall's m. 10lllte i t>p New 8mjrrn . .... "" 8 14) 3 47p2t3p
Hill
Point Oak
47p187p
: 2 lllp '
Thou, IJieeii's onmliy last week. Arrive Sewall's Point and Fridays 11:1)0: ) a. m. S5Hp TitusvillB "
Tuesdays
Vegetables need plenty of potash 8pW CltyPotnt '
Father O'lloyle, of Titusvllle, was "St. Skiiastian" Leave Titusvllle, Tuesdays and Fridays 3 SMI p. m. snip 8 Sty Ootios .. .. .. .. . lUttp 1 d!
-
seen in our town ono day l.iitt week.II. at least \o% besides Arrive Palm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays ( ,) im; p. m. i>p .!!ilockl.RockieiW dit Junction.Hotels .. .. "" 2lUp
'
81
Brlley, of lianyan, was In Lotus n "St. Aioustink" Leave Titusvllle, Wednesdays and Satu.id.tys 3t:: ( p. m. ispl 4 a p pl K n Gtollie 12 HOT,
the phosphoric acid and nitro ii:13 p. m.ttSJ.t M lbo\irn 12 p 1
tow d. ys ago, tr.iinaolln business.Mm. Cocoa, 1 4> 4 asp %
H ba ti ii 11 Mia
* p. m.10SJ0 6 21pa
Koch ledge, Ht. LticiH 10 4&Rio
and Mm. KlixgcraM lap
CJrei'ii were p. m. "
gen.n Arrive Eau (lallie Plert-e
2 18p4fUp eit pS4p Fort am ]12 0SpllSp
Calling on fi lends liere n few days njo, EcIbu Wllailumia
I Write for hooks which NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian. Jensen ',
our tell all about
6S.1>
E. W. Provost anil J. I). Knnls Bpr fertilizers. They are free. Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays i) : 10 a. m.litiOp. 7 0 IP Htuurt to Tuesday over the river, on a hunt.Mm. Hi. 7 6pT4sp Hob Hound "
Anivo Titusvllle Tuesdays and Fridays N.
GERMAN KALI WORKS, West Jupiter. 9 1un ,
K. HStewait was transacting N.w "St. Ann-sTlXK." Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays 11:0.) a. m.lJ. 2ApHKp Ar. Went Palm B wh. . 8 a.* 10 18a
Nuut St. Vork.
business in Lotus the early part of last 93 .-'SOp. m. ifo25We ....Rov l Polnciana 8 2Aa
Arrive TltiiKvllle, Wednesdays and Saturdays 8 4up45p Palm Be ch Inn. 8 2ua I

week. "St. A roc stink" Leave Eau tStllie. Thursdays and Mondays a:) i. m. 8.WtUfta LvAr. .Palm Bnaeh Inn. Ar. 8 14 .

Archie Chambem and L. I>. Hancock Rock ledge, 8:00: a. m.8l. SSOp9U0l ,.....Went. Koyal Palm Foinriana.Beach .... "' 810a8wiai ftNo.

were in Lotus a fevr days ago, calling on Eau Gallie.A. Cocoa, a. m. JO lllai | 9 Hup> Linton 7 2 a| I

friends.Kev. Arrive TituMlllr, l.'SJJ p. in. 11 >an 111 14p ... .Fort Lauderdale.. . "" 4"aA'hai
r1146a1 10 Mp Lemon Oltjr I
Outl.ind preached an able Mormon M. Sample has resumed fishing at (;ko. F. Mtr.Ks, A. Wien'l Bvik, aopi 11 (Kip . .Miami Lv. 6 0na'' 8 2r.nl

to the people) of tills placo Sunday of this point, putting on four boats to begin ( Manager. Sup't. t Palm Beach Limife.1. southbound, lv. St. Auifusttno 2:80: p. m., Orm.nl 4 i,

last week. with. THiytona 4.H8p. m.. BoeklwlKH Hotels *:<* p.m. Boyal Poineiana 9.64 p. m Pau J (

(Jordan I'.tiks camo up from tlio St.T.iKio Deputy Miller, of the Internal Iteventiocollector's NofesPalm Beaoh Limited, northbound, lv. Palm Beach Inn 2n0p. m RmM polnpk
river and time with Hotels U.08 m., Uaytona 8.0(1 p. m Ormond 8:U9
spent some ollicc, was heie Wednesday, SWip. m.. K.K-klHl e p p m arnv. ,t J
AnifUBtliie 10 m.Bhtwkkn .
li lends in Lotos.Messrs. p
on official business.Capt. .

< Parks, k.ilniii) Ot ell amiti New Smyrna and ohanob OirT Juwo'jf.iJoTT.. Trains do not stop at station wk
\V. J. Jarvls, H. V. A., of the time is not shown. "
tei, Mint Willie, Hpcnl some lime in Kim Ida Kast Coast Wy, was in town Kol.iNo.8. _KTATION'S._ |No. ?. Trains U2, HA, Ml and 7R, DuIIt
Lotus last week.Mis. business in 7a 8 S"i) Lv .New Smyrna Ar.lll 0.rj 7 OOp Trains 2U. 2... 20. an, 1) ; |* u, ,
Wednesday, looking after 9 ldal 4 Hiip ...LakeHelHii..Oramra ..Lv 111 21a B 80p except Kuuilnv "
I>r. Capron and d.uiuhtcis re- terests.Llghthouso.. 9 41p 4 4.'ip aT 10 lua B osp Tmin 87 dully except" Monday
tinned to Lotus, after spending several 9 upl 4 fiiipAr OranKaCity.. 110 05u| B OOp Trains 80. NT nd 8S liDmly .ompowlo
Inspector Ackerley aril clusivelT of Pullman Car
days in difleient cities.S. ved here last Sunday, nidug to Canaveral Bnffeti Parlor tlars on Tralnii 23.s*ti

A. Ostecn transacted business InCocoa.a Monday and Inspecting the light All Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City and 78.
Junction daily except Sunday. Trains 08 and 9 few days ago, returning onlearner' there, leaving Tuesday for Jupiter.At of Parlor Cars.

( Com tenay. St. John's church, next Sunday

Miss Annie Taylor, Lotus' popular in(lining, Aichdeacon Itrown will administer KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The

school teacher, was calling at Mm. It. li.hie the rites of baptism and con .

wait's Saluiday last. firmation. Itight Itev. Win. Crane (Jlay steamship City of Key West of tha Florida East Coast Steamship Omuiiint In*
will ofllciate at the evening service.Mrs. Miami for Key West on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of trni-i V'nltionville.
John Nix, of ( he firm of John Nix & making connection at Key West with steamers for Havana. L vi' K', w nm.

fcoiis, New Voik, was in our burg leCcntly Sidney Friend, of Patterson, N.J. p. time. (standard to connect lime with) on north Tuesdays bound, Thursdays train, and Uaturdavs, arriving Miunil mix, mna>

soliciting ti.ulo for his house.Tliu ., airived last Friday, on a visit to Mrs.

long dry spell was bioken Fildiy Thomas llaibiuir, at Wnlden cottago.Mrs. .

afternoon of last week with it lefreshingliower Friend will be pleasantly remembered NASSAU N. P.

of lain, which was badly needed.Julto from former visits, and cordially ,
welcomed. Master J. K. Spragne of
( n of pleasuio-seekem (rvlce to Nassan, N. P. (Bnhama Islands), InauRttrated January 17. l'W. h tv. *,
party New Vork, accompanied Mis. r'llend, Ida East Ouast Steamship Company, S. 8. Miami, especially built for passenger trai3c *
topped t Lotus ono night last week, and will bo a guest of Mrs. Harbour for mtiaml, Fla., and Nassau.

on their way to Like Wuilh and other a month or so. In an endeavor to recuperate

points down the river.Mr. after a severe illness, niAMl TO NASSAU.TriVTeekly NASSAU TO niAMl.TriWeekly .

February 14th to March 2Sth.bernlWeekly February 15th to March 3"th.SeiniWeekly .
Baldwin and wifo of Iiockledgc
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. JI. J mid and
March JVlh to April l th. March JOtli to April Uh.
accompanied by a party of tourists, spent daughter, and Mrs. White, Mm. Judd's

Sunday last In our town, looking at tho mother, of (Jnind Kaplds, Mich., have
scenery in this vicinity.A been guests of Hotel t.raimda the past These Time Tables show the times at which trains ami boats may be exiet't) d to rriw -'
depart from the several stations and but their arrival or departure at the
ball was given nt tho resilience ofW. few ilays, leaving Monday for Palm SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES stated 1> not guaranteed, nor does the Company ports bold itself responsible for any dolaj or i.'
W. Otwell Saturday evening of last Beach It Is said that this pleasant aoasequences arising therefrom.Tor .
family contemplates purchasing aceitain copy of local time card call at 226 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, or addrewJ.
week but owing to bad weather the
Flnenfc CuUItt l Service, No Trrtnf b
ai r tw n Jrtrknonvllle hih! New York.
young folks here were compelled to stay property here, forming a welcome addition The Fleet U of the Handfimiie > P. BKOTWITH.Tralflu J. D. RAHNKR,
ctimjKmoil following New 8tt el Bteamers :
Lome, much to their regret.L. to our winter residents from their Manager. Au't. Ueu. Pasaengar A| i
town. <"ew> AUBUStlne. Fla-
"Comanche" "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee "Seminole.
N. Creeohmiiii, of Itimnventtire, ,
was transacting bus'iiesM' In Lotus the are pained to announce the sad North-Bound.

first of the week. death of Elmer, eldest son of Mr. and
Steamers are ai>|M>lnted to sail according to the tidn
.Mrs. Albert Bennett who died
Monday Prom .lArKSONVII.I.K, KLA., (callInn at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays find Thursdays.
The recent cold spell kilVd nil the | afternoon after a threo weka Illness of From ClllKI.KHril.N *.
I C. Mondays, W'eiliiemi.i>s and Frnln>s.
tender vegetables oat lie wet *lde> ofhe brain fever. Deceased was in his 18th for hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or JackHomillo and Charleston dally papers. The

< river, opposite our place.Prof. year, mid a favoilte with nil who knew papers.SouthBound. Tropical Trunk Line.

him. Much la felt for his
Kline gave a show, Wednesday sympathy are appointed to sail from Her M, East lliver, New York, at 3 p. in., as follows:
night last, in our town, to u large parents, who have but lately taken up ForCHARl.KSTON.S. C Mondays, \\ednesdu\a and Fridays.
liouse. He performed several slightOfliand their residence anionic us, coming from for JACKHON VII.I.K, FLA.calling( at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway

tricks, which were very good.Xear Rochester, X. Y. Mr. Bennett is a member New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)
of the firm J (Joo. K. Paddlson ways) H. DURKEE Receiver.No.
A Taylor stopped at Lot in on .
Funeral services were held Tuesday STEAMERS "UELAWAHK AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"
,
their way to Merritt, to put down an afternoon. Rev, Mr. ll.tvtlc, of tho
artesian Il at that are apiiolnted to sail as follows; _- _SOUTH NORTH -
w place.Dr. Melbourne M. K. chinch conducting the From foot of Street Jackson villr ; In *
Hnsan From Lewis' Wharf, lloston, Xo, 21 No 37T26I No.23UI2 Effect Jan. 18, 0H.Lv .
NO. 32. No, No 311
Chambers and son In Lotus services, and interment, was made InKau TiltilSl>A\8. FU1DAYS.Clyde's .
were Local i'lo.'tn p JACKSONVILLE.- ...ArOranire 309i I/l
(iallle The casket 7 30 a in 7 40p 111 |
jtimilay last, railing on friends.L. cemetery. was Mixed, 11 OS p UWII4411> Park 62 am640am 7 14 p 111 NilK
covered with beautiful rones and orange MoW'y II Up .1'eorla 7 m Tuna
oop
II. Maylor and wife, of Bonareiiture blossoms, the gifts of sympathizing St. Johns lliver Line.IK and Krl. 11 41 pLaavsa 2 0ft p I" 02alu . .Magnolia 6 13 a in 6 40 p in 214 p Ttaw2Oil
were visiting in Lotus this ladies. II 41)) p P ,< HII .. Creeiv Springs 6 (si am500am 6 top mo55p p 4 *
>week. ( 11AKV LINK) It 1.1a 110s13A 2 82 p 0II < 1'alatKa m 131 p

CAM) OK THANKS.We Jacksonville, 1'alatka, Sanford. Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 1 12 2,1 Con liaII . . SiitKinna 4 27am 8 24 p 111 I StI
J. I. Barnes of Wilmington X. C < |l 1 49 a 31a Pomona. 4 12amA4a 5 15 pmB I SiI
The elegant SIlow heel Steamers 1 Otop 11 41a . .Crescent I Si
take this oppoituntty to City J unction . m 00 p 111
was soliciting business for a Philadelphia expross "CITY OF .JACKSONVILLI: 1 4Sp 2 30 a 3 43 p 12 04)) Seville 3 3i> a m 4 42 p m 1239 p IS F FIHSli
house in our burg this week.R. our gratitude mid thanks to those kind "FItKI>K. DeUAUY, 2 >0i 3 13a320a H2 41 u DeLeon Springs 2 411 a m 4 07 p m
filends ami neighbors who no generously CAJT. W. A. SHAW. CAIT. T.W.LC.Mt, Jr.la 3 19 p 12 47, Olenwoct.Beresford. 2 .Warn 3 (W p 111 I IDS
C. Creech, of Banyan, was transacting gave their sympathy and aid during the 4 IH) p 344a354a 4 23 1 I 01 p 2 23am 3 45 p in 11 PS 10 lIt
business in Lotus the appointed to sail as follows: 4 4.5 p 4 4.1 p 1 Ilia ArlLv LvAr 3 17 in 37 > S'
first of last Illness of our son Elmer and our . .... DeLandOrance [ p
the week. Leaves Jacksonville, 3,30 p. m. a tiv, 311 p 3 17 pM44 12 4lp i iAr I 4 45 p m '12 10 P
of their kindnesses at except Saturday 4 41 1 ll RIH1
appreciation many plUp |
Sanford 00 a. m. Enterprise - D..10 a. u. daily City Jane. 2 11 Sin 3 36 p m
Beans have commenced to bo shipped the time of our great bereavement ontho wounIJTItead except Sunday tl 4Hi32S| .. .EnterpriseTITUSVILLE. 3 0ft p IIII li|
sotrrii SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. |> ... Lv.Lv 1 lOpui307pm
occasion of his death.Mtt. .
dally from Lotus, and the farmers down. Read up. p .Mt. Dora.

are realizing a good profit.C. & .Mas. A. Bknnktt. Leave 3.30 pS.4S in.Mr .. Jacksonville Arrive 2 no . 7 01 p ..TavaresAr 9IHi aMlp
a.
m. 430 >
a fioi 4T
p, 1'alatka Leave p p Sanford 1 40am
Tucker, who lias been spending 3.110 a. m. .. Astor 2.30 8 00 p. m. H IN) a 6M p 3 Ollp ..OrlandoLakeland. 11 57 p m 1 47 pm in jm a U>1908a
Some time at Palm Beach Is stopping 4.30 a. m.a. ..St. Francis 1.00 p. m. 6 1R ain 735 p 4 K|> .. 9 15pm 12 02 pm720a
m.
p. io 8
15
Courtenay. a p ...llartowAr
m Heresf ord.Bine ' 11.30 6 41pm m
t Mrs. Thomas Crecti's for several a. m. 400
10 45
600 p p Punta (lords
a. m.H..TO Springs 11.00 .Lv 345 p m 12 30 am
days.L. Arrive a. m.9M Sanford 8 00 a.a. m.m. 940 a 3 35 pi 6 0 ... Tampa 7 37p mVbilp 10 B0 am 810 1,
a. m. Tampa Kay Hotel.
Enterprise
1). Hancock was in our burg, Scott and wife, of Banyan, wore 9.30 a. m.GenU 10 23 1 9 10 p 6 4Sp Ar Port Tampa ..Lv.Ar 'm 10I5-- 73S '

Tuesday last. the guests of the Uaiper'a for a few days Passenger and Ticket Tiles Mon and sat. 9 3 |> La. . .PortTampa 2 30 p m930pm Thurs. and Sun.Weil .
Office
204W. Bay St. Krllay. S
,
hut week Jacksonville.Jso. ..' srpAr Key West. . ..Lv.Lv and Sat
'Wed and Sat. 8 00a Ar Sat.
'Havana 12 30 p m Wed, anil

!>piing humors, boils, pimples, sores Our truckers will soon commence shipping L. Howabo, Sitiwrintendent. K. M. Ironmonofr, Jr., Fla. Tass. Act.
and all eruptiong are promptly cured by beans Foot Hoirau St. West Hay St.Thro. Dally, t Daily except, Sunday. .
Hood's Sarsaparllla, which thoroughly JACKSONVILLE, FLA.W. tS HI r lUli li rrry '''n'an Sleepers between St.Louis and St. reterslmrir. via Pstorti-
Mrs S C Harper la spending a few Ne Yt V1'1 KlorMlkSP c al, Fullman Vertibuled 8l pinf
purifies the blood, indicating every trace with O. Eoniw, T. M H. Wariii-ktos, o. T. I*. A., W. It. UttxnitiKov, a. E. V. AS Dining cars lietween New and Tampa. carry through L
days relatives at
Of scrofnla.Hood's Banyan Trains ai and 32 Carry Through Pullman ButTet Cincinnati and I
BOWLINO (iREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Sleeping Qars between
J D Sams went to CVcoa last Filday to INDIAN RIVKK STEAMBOAT SERVICE. J
Pills cure nausea sick heiidxolio have dental wotk tlonoKSH k*. CLYI>K 41 CO., Oeneral A cent.. cenPiuililJT'J-LcnreTt' ""'< "sily Itocklediri' Jtl
fl lli>wtln rOreen. Mew York, 19 Ho. Delaware Ave., S.indav.3.30 p. m.; arrive
billiousncsa and nil liver Ills. Price Philadelphia, ,t"8v"le'Tu"W ">> VriiUjs, 3:30: p. in.) arrivi. |
SI Grant, of Indianola, and Chas


cents. Cleveland, of iferrltt, weru viewing the l.. lnIi>,,|avN \\I"TLenI'e ra'in' ,l'',,0,, M"n'l y nml Thnrsdavs. 9on: a. m.i rrl e Tltm l lc..kll
ostiloh Florida Central and v/a.ui K"'kr'te, Tne laysand lima. le K"'kle,1 IKK.
farm at this placo last Sunday Peninsular Railroad. ,, Fridays in.; >e l,?l J"
Postmaster J. W. Durham, of MiddletMirg mM'"I"; Br" for Tulx! "l0- |,v "i l't Stmday.'U sm p. m. Vonnectinu

MlsCOUlyth and Miss Cellio Sams :Tsflli, fit ....! *_ Jacksoqvtlle... .. Tampa anil points north. .. j.IaafAl I
JCy., has ii U-year-old son who spent last Sunday with relatives at In- New Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk Line. l : >,

welgbs iiJH pounds.Don't di.inol.iThere arrl
Time Table lu Kffert January 83, 180S.

seems to be moro attraction

tokarro (<|>it and Smuk* Your | Ife An y.To down tho road for a (ioodo (toy than a "1 35 |* NORTHERN I'DINTS. s=,g *>5 Oeneral Snierlntendent.| General 1'assei ogttWl3IALLORY

quit tobacco eiuttly aud forever, be magnetle. Sweet one, so boys you want to bo good *
(ull of lite, nerve and vluur, tulio No To
11.10. the wniiilcr-worlier, that makes weak men Dr Symmea seems to be very busy filling 12 I0p 4 0H| J 7 i, TTifiiiIVtl firSIWp Lv.Jatk onvili| Ar I lnp i.r? i . i<25""r S55.i

strong. All (IruiiKlitts, Mkiorfl. Cure guaranteed presetiptlno*, as his prescription .. L.S40p I.t.* .. \ul e All 1 8 4 : .1 s.iaii s |na
8 : O.lllH 91i Ar LINE
-op |> .4.Fernuntina .,L 1. . . 7M1J, 730,. STEAMSHIP
llooklet and sample free. Address department Is tlrst-cl.tss In every respect 2 top (I 40|>! 10 20a 10 Up A rKxcrctt .. ..Arllftn- 0 50a; 045 o.Wa
Sterling leemedy Co. Cuicano New York. .3 7 > .. .
or I5p |i T.SMp fAr Bronswick I.v| .t B45 l 1 54niV
Col I) L ttaoldem, of Titusvllle, spent 3 4Hi 12 lip 1413a Ar.. Savauimh. ..Lv, 932 5 luai 44.111 4 15.,
a couple of days here this week 3 67| B OOp m Inp WSCa Lv., Savannah ..Ar2o 9V4a BtSlal' Oftftal' 4---1 35p| Florida, New York,
Governor Andrew K Lee, of South HSItpIIOOOpi ff.'p lAr. Fairfax, C.Lv 3 0SR 5H: ai 2 25i| and Bostoj
James Is the 2 4.p 2 flea Denniurk.se I 2 23a] 4 Ota, I 34p[ Philadelphia
Dakota, owns mora laud there than any Tieruey treating XT Small 9 3Ap 10 41a Antrum*, (la ' 5'"On, From Ilrnnswlcfc, (via lv>rt Koyal, 8. C " >
boat to n new coat of paint, as 7 3t]i ill.ISp 4 10p'JOp 4 4.11 rnluinlila. S. r. ' ] 12 47a II Maitona
4jther resident of the state and Is still Charlie wants her in good trim when the 1125a ' Spnrtiinl.iirir.SC ' 5 3
adding to hi* possessions. SpauKuds get after him 145p ' A-hollle, N. C, 3 05p Via Fernandlna. F. C. P. Uv. and CuniWjJ1"Lv
9 IT* Charlntte, N. C. 10 OOp8BO I 9 25a Jacksonville 8.15 a m : Lv. Fernandlna iBrnnswiCK -
li42a 9 .Hip !0 4Ta Salislmry, N. C. 2 47a13a |> { SI7a705a 8.30 p in. iMIly except Snnda;
2 07a 10 44) U lop Orreimlx.ro, N. C" 7S7p Via Everett, al( rail. F. C. A P. Uy. nd So. Itv. M. "L.nville .
3 isa4.W 12 OKISena 1 : p Danville, Va 12 20aio Sop 5 Mm2floa 4 OOp m; Ar Brun wlclc 7.30 p m. Iwil' r*
8 2Tp Richmond,Va. ' 12 con allowed on hoard for supper Thursdays.
CANDY I 5Sa33na 3 4ii|> Lvnchhunr, Va. .ifip 4 05p27p 3 4<11155a
S 45a 5.Kip Charlottesville, S55p
9 45a 6 4.soca. 92flp Wanhlnuton 0 11 OftaI 1125p Baltimore ' rVt, r'er2'' Brum11Frlil
1 5 0Opl 4Ja .llp U-3:30p' !.
X W CATHARTIC IS 10 15a if* Ihlladelphia 2 36p'' 7 seal 6Vii Feb 4 m" (StaD<' Tims.) r-lJ

3 5Jp 12 4.ip 23a New York 12 10), 12 15a 4 3flp900a Friday, Feb II .RIO GRANDE .. L-.I.IH. f"
It OOp 9 00p 3 00|) Boston. . 12 0nni 5 OOp Friday, Feb. is COLORADO .
I I8I.EEUNO Friday, Feb.2.1 R'<> ORANDK
Friday, Mar. 4 COLORADO **
CAR SERVICE.Nos. RIO GRANDE .Friday.

St. Augustine.. 31 and 32, New York ami Florida Limited Vestibule, bit ween New Vork, Jacksonville and For Reneral Information, steamers, trains, rates, etc.. apply to any railroad W?"tofl

Nos. 35 and M Fast Mail, Sleeper* between New York and Jacksonville, and the w .. . ..... C"AS. DAVIE*. Agent,220 W. Bay itt.JC
CURE CONSTIPATION Cincinnati l Southern Brunswick.flan
,, II Aeent, Vli
Nos. 37 and 3S carry through,sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection with ALI.ORUeneral ASent, Pier 20, E. River, and VSi Broadway, N
I and 13 and 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
No. 30 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited, with the Tamp u Cincinnati. 8t. Louis and
Kansas City Sleepers. These are brouebt to Jacksonville by No. S3.
ALLDRUGGISTS All bafita e wlUlve checked fro* Union Depot.office. Tickets will atdl be sold at the city ticket }} emhel that the INDIAN RlVEIt
202H1 Street, as well as at the Union depot, ticket office. The Advocate I *? Qj&fil

Hogan.R. W.Jacksonville.CAMPBELL, Passencer.ASn! Jr< ARKLL'Tck AS< nt.2M W Bay St.. cor' free,. tobac o seed, of the :l
WAL OLEMN
Oenl Travelln* Acent. Jacksonville. Instrucoi" |
-with
U. M. HULDKN, T. T. A., St. Anpntine, Fla. A. O. MacDONELL, Gen. Fast. Agent. Call and get some,
its cultivation..



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INUkAtf K1VKR ADVOCATE, MAU il 4. 1898. W

Wtf; *
CoHMt Hotel*. Y

The MOMtOW HOUSE..., TITUSVUtK.srr .

.HOTELS. U'eilkateil to\[WU V Russell py W.Ooper.]
riDft rfcT sx rss e hote:
. . A l>lpiiHiiiiui'\ln' (li'i| ,. fu ai f the *. tW-SCKNT CITYi \\,\,
S ""* oi vV blW. Miy uienu>r, my frtei it.rull .
OF T1IK many t iJl ius. ti| n prtnirniit to n> Centrally | Tlir.Miuli tlHyfliiM curls of Miioke as tbeyllmiu' % ti'itmbtrnt lamlingAV TITUSVILLE,
till Httenlli>iK\ >Vt> to commercial | Uv V i'
tmi k \v*i'to* to i e through tti* blue Only rli t-i-l a \>KtvIn the city ulM )l Indian Itivtr.Flav. .
East Coast Father m Ihi nml u\fi, | *. iar every face the year. JMi h, *J perilny; l> vX( Uf
florida System Itmilient ViMriiT sweet. temleflv kimiotlTlmilrileoooik the week. IDA M. UKC t, .
.
| K4,, Me illy uwn viuiu |ihu y-- \,\
hver fumea,>u, mc M' with l>r<>e J. h\en, tni(>r. mi Kent If, so I'rnwnl
..ached only via lake Hen two M w' \ !**, at > in wo luiet.n.i thvre ySOUTHEMBRS >f AVAWKB.Opon .

Fl ''ivA, > be *ue Munlieil t'k ow u.
'
The >JS>V YOUK VlKVH'
Mi "nl Kl'y West Steamship Line fioin Miami to Key West. Hut t know |I i jlu'ty,aiil I patiently \ UtI All Tli War.
The lltll nil I.IHj |lM>|<<> Klulll HrHlKt llll> t,> hl'e.
,, , n buffet Bfivlco now ruiinltig. I.Ike tln> Pi Hi Alii, | ,-i-|< l through > l"f > tlml goml m,< iii>iit l.ktlouH, ut u>itV UPIi'piicew
<> the k.it'VHh'r' ht>ii en, at "!\ Vlitt n I'liu'e.One .
(I.y I. |
nee page 1 look tliruiif. \\nhiiik( | now at then. *
few minutcA
Only a ;
iloorCnHi t'lftli Avenue, n The mural of tlu| vliiK M<>ry t*. %VMUs. *U then toVn liiiiKit, diiare.| Vety '1Jiil1 t, walk from llallwnv stations
\.iu u riti i>|it pnret. and Steainbout ltn VIngs. -

VVeSt HOTEL KEY WE,T, U. S. Xaval Station.SSaU \AnA On the banks of thfarfa

mod Ituliaiv Klver.MiltltlTT .
New S. S. MIAMI, fiom Miami. Abroad ia a night.ami OAVTOXA.JACKSOXVILLi .

no YAL PALM >U ritt'H liland).

The Holly Inn-- Dajtonamia
HOTEL BISC'AYNE, Hireling, swimming, fishIn ,
); .unl hunting.
CASIXO Swimming Pool.
ly Hfod ou the beautiful Halifax.j .
Slft lMt'l' KLOUIPA. OX INDIW KIViU.n : .
ROYAL POIXCIAXA, \}* i i, Ht pleasant ami iihiple siuiuundin ol 'tny In the cltj.t ,

> >. HOWES, > high )'j iyf \tHealth\ Comfort rtuil Spoit. No better Hunting an ilm Beach 1 ALM beach ixx, golf, \Untei '
Piopilei'yVPA In Kl VtHien
Ocean Bathing.Biejellng j <
CASIXO Swimming Pool.m0nd .
fioi'' I/VA>' Wf ttt May. M. B. MAIIOV.kockijjmsi .

HOTEL ORMOXD, ami Golf. LMETTO HOUSU,

i\\itovFi.omA,\, :
PONCE Do LEOX,
Is now ci 'u ft r the winter t>i>it> n. Situated o\\ tlit bauks of the j'i'tijllhei. '\)\|
Augustine- hotel alcazar, Bicycling, swimming, Fino ] ) | <: nKil IlKliinir lnoilit.Itest .\. Hotel Indian River
golf, hunting ami lihhitig of ii\iii>iiii'xct'll 'iit cuisine. ltiMi>t modoiate.t .
CASIXO Swimming Pool.Fml \ ,
t PKSPLANDAju\ \

to the Geneial Offices, St. Augustine, for the Xcw East Const Hook tit -V aTh.o
[ toll. 8. Rockledge Fla.Tourjst .
C. U. KNOTT, ,

(icncial SiipeiinUiiilent.Uiejeliiig Colonaaad,


:. On the Penlnsu ,"-, i,|>posto| l>AYTO -/\/

lights Laige bills, oti, (AtC ntlil well-fiirnisln>i ii><>nis, with all nnyU'ii conveiileiiees, \\C /( b' Season Jan'y' 15th to April 1st.


iotel Flacide Opened eJanuary Plenty <( |ikiJ outside hotel makes it a ileliglitfltt p) >c for childien.RATEsi .
1894e kinl lu *1.00 per day; #12.50 t i *18.tK> |fv r vaok. Best HhMiV ,iti.l llmk Shtiollng In tin* Smith. Ti-iinis, Pool, Billiaids, Bowl*
li>g and HoatHAOIIVHpolllVo\
center of the city, on Main Stteet, the dividing lino between eiujni> iioin at once. ( 'o SOllOltcil. AllllM'MH,
him k tiom Hay. Eveiything eutlicly new. Ele ntly ftiinlsheil thioiighniiiipviioi Addiess, IIMHKUrAKK A \VTT, Bockledge, a.fY .
CuiHiiie nnii Setvlre. Him meets all tiainH. 'Iciiiih >2..">0 per ilay and SYlA'RV hakjii, r op'v
iiiiIh. Special latex by the week. JOIIX S. HOWEV, Piupiletoi.ravelers' Seubieexoijt

VvAVt'Mt I rf W fJA m'T' ,>r TIK, HEART OF Till: FAMOU*


Count IIot 'N.
Hotel. '

.
Hotel VMi'd iiD.ldst lieaiillful oiiiiige beating gloves. 1'lenly of
TIiIh hotel Is now unilev new management, and has been thoioughly renovateoMl. FLORIDA

'llOllt. ( r"a1jfc'* f' toguekts. Fu"t tialns titti illiectlytvjluitel
Bus meets all Trains, and Electilo Caia pass door. Uatli looms and aluiilences
on eveiy lloor. grim lulu, po not miss tlio
OPEN ALL THE YEAR.itcs GULF COAST HOTELS-
beauty of I ho I'ust Coast.Suniiuoi .
, Ameiicnn Plan, #2 00; Euiope.m, 50c tol. Special by the week.

FELIX tiAUCIA, 1'iop. IU\'i' Ailiiigtoil hotel,

ON l'etoski'' \ AjU S. II. PMK, Manager.v .
T7 111 A'f 01' U ,y Blil,=e &t81' JACKSONVILLE, FLA -
tie Pill Mil Under new management. Each depart mentJUlllVLl PLANT SYSTEM.ST. -
ftnnished absolutely new with all modem Imi -
ROCKJADGB Gem of the Indian River.
piovements. OveilooklDg the St. Johns Klvei.eo .
iliin tin blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S, Co., and lie* postotlice. Alls Fla.- TAMPA BAY imflvL, Now ( ,
fine enj pass the door. Kiee Hum.Emopean Tampa
,
I 1 II %rfI VVAjf'iiHiin'r.. ) U1 will Deeember II. llomc-llko nml alUactlvo.
UitesJ'er New ltoekl |<> open Sntiiidiiy, -
j 50c, 75c *l.uo and #1.50 per day. Ameilcan, fiom #.' 0M. > i
day Fll'y' k'U'II' lOit ls; hoisesto ,NV NowA'<
(). FINLEV, Port T mpa, Fla.- v ; nil c"S| VU'tl witli hotel; exriirnWns to nil pulnts of iuteiest. TIii'mk amioMier

JaLksonville, l'la. utliiicll i i ikw nioiu vnilety tlmn In often found lu nnu place. Rates, #2.50t

Winter Park Fla.fiie siminolk: Now #.! SpetiVttVly| I'ttew until Janniiiy 15. CoiieNpoiiiU neo solicited. Send

AUOUSTINi:. A. K. PICK, Manilla fi>rclrentals. II. P. SHARKS, Pioprlotoi.

TIIP. OCALA IKW I'', Now (\V
Opposite the Hotel Alcaiar and Alameda. Ocala, la.Belleai .- NOW ol'KV.
ie BUCKINGHAM P. V. 11IMW>, M n\fi-r.
Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Homelikeami

comfortable, Kates moderate.GEO. Fla.- TUB BELLEVIK\ Now 1LAZA WHILE'S COTTAGE Rockledge Fla.J'lniiHiititlVlir .
,
NOW OPEN. C. HOWE, Piopiletoiie ,
W. A. HAItltON, Min (t.' .
iUol imar Iho lingo botalit. Lingo airy looms. Good Tnblu.I'lno .
Punta tWda Fla.TB,, rUNTA ,!>rt hotel, no. aVa, lllteied K/y vatij|, Tvims, #1.50 ji i day; %1 to 10 per week.J .
Ocean View Hotel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. ,
f. it. Ainiorr, v vwt. J. WHITE, Piopilutor.W10ST .

Under new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one Fort MV Fla.- 'fHEEOUTMYl'iMfoTEL, Xow (. V.
k south of Plait; within soventy-llve feet of I ho old sea wall nml fionts on the rS,
v r. U. A11HOTT, M I Af.M JIKACII.
nitifiil Matanzas Bay, with an unobstiucted view of the Atlantic Ocean, Anas11 Vm-r
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, ,$2 to #2.50 per dav. Spec! il by the K kissimmkij uutkl, x AhS
ik. Open all the year. K. V. HAYDEN, Manager.i Kissimv 0e3, Fla.-
L. K. Kl'LLOCK, M Aaltc*. Seminole Hotel *

HOTEL Send to jrtijH nianager as to r .to* and rooms nrnl j ti| undersigned aJ {(\ V lh

ALGONQUIN, way or steaiil>lj7 raten, or sleeping car lines und tlmfi Partis, OPKK ALL TUB YRAR.WfiHT .

B. W. WRENX Traffic ManikSavannal1 PALM BEACH FLOR11IA.
M. W. EATMAX, Propiietor, IViOW ,
\) This hotnVipHtantliilly\| built of brUV, and lias every convenience. Closo to
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. the railway d%| t( Fie 'bus* to and frorrt trains. Boats attached to tbe bote
: New Furniture anil Fixtures throughout with tlsblng tyVif ctn board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day ami
Electric bella in e ery room. Fronting the Old OIOIONI). upwards; spA> J f ic<% t y the week or uxjtfth..
Slave Market anil Flaza. Overlooking tbe Bay, GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor,
with One ocean view. All white help. Rates Jl
f 2 00 per day ant] upward. Special weekly ratea.
Sample room. HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-THifSflCA, FLA. MIAMI.
-v'Vv. w> -

Open r/r Winter Season of |8tw, Jec. lStli. Fl Karf bathing, fi b\, *tyWheeltrtrf. \
t>ea Food a Specialty. HOTEL felSCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA.C'onmiercUl .
HOTEL, ST.AUGUSTINE, FLA. SEISED VININO, riopr ftyf.Hi ,

Most centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic Hates, #H per day and up. Special Weekly an4II.

an. Splendid view from It* long and broad verandas. Rates, #2.00 per day and i\ A. E. BEMIS, Mao****.
*ard, Special ratea by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrh. .
A. S. PELL.OTEL ...NEW YORK.,* 150 rooms. 800 feet of broad pis
ii The most complete oflce in South Florida.
v Grahm's Hotel Large, light and airy dlnlng-roota.

MAGNOLIA augus TABLE UNBWBPASSED.
Hates aad .
$2.50 per day upward.S.
The Hotel MagnolU is being renovated and Improved. Will open January h\\Atft\ fLA. GRAHAM, Proprietor.sacc .

<> Rates, #2.50 per day and upward.
GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.w .
wsxcozfcroiiinL

k urn ., a _*>
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA- MIAMI FLORIDA.
St. George ,
Hotel. Transient, #2.50 and up;
A family
Perfectly y A u/Hel with all modern Improvements. located on park, on*
to
kly, single rooms #15 to #17.30; two persons occupying one room, #25 aS = Sag \ block from Atfoyl? Palm, commarnlr| splendid view of Biscay no Bay. Ratea
" most and transient hotel in tha South; occupy-
comfortable, homelike family rd, Special rates by >veek or month.CO .
: the e mostcential location in the city, corner St. George street and the Plaza, in 7. * 3 J $2 pur day at"J ibV
* proximity to the laige hotels, casino, bay, postoffice, oUl Catherlrai.jtc
I C L). Johh J at Benson, Manager.OPEN' .
TlLElt. owner IIKAC1I.


lism 'jft Vf TnROUOn APRIL. Sea Side Hotel CORONAPO BEACH, FLA. '

Beautifully ami centrally located. (ii, IVnlii.illii, iipiirinltfl Vow Hnivrna. >| ii all the lear.'IihiiI .
I'l.tiliil/A |lu it''>"i.* 'l surf liuihliirf, I'liitllf.' 'if hunl tie h i lintel ri.rrli.ve* mert all
steam
Well appointed. Elevator, --' i 'Wi <,li P*"' yi Bi tll iat ti* iveek or luontli. r >, New Hniyroa, rla.
belt, gas. elect lie bells, excellent is 5-s is, ; W II. >KWKM., IViprUU-r.
ffffi'. r'f p water, and large, well-shaded lawn filUs* ri
#2 and
Rates reduced from #1 to
; ti. >- j MAfiNfll.IA Ml'HlNiJS, FLA.Magnolii .

J. T. SKILES, iziaSS *? t lW Rimm
OV THE ST. JOHNS RIVER',to mile*
\\ W. PALMER. ] Springs Hotel delightfully located. Pure sprlpg wijff.Vt.

Formerly Hotel Magnolia. CelIeot h( Mfnd fUblng. FT INGOLD, Maaagei!

Mint r.n. O. V. Seavey Co., owners.



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INDIAN .HIVKB ADVOCATE, MARCH 4, 1898.



=a *tf1)tl'cdifeK) <1.ty morning. On board Kilnrwt* Vonr llownH With CiMcar.ta.Cnmly Crnbb'u llnck IJne,
weie Menuim.V.. It. MuF.ill.tud, < eo. (J. Cntliurtlr, cnra rnristlputlon forever.10c. .
K.nl.ivnijii. K. L. Ilradbury ami W. McK.ul.uxl .iSSc. If C.C.C.fall.druitKUiM rotund money.at From Cocoa to Kockledge and adjuent (SurcPBXor to Lovctt &<'arroll.l

.lr., who teport a very delightful points of Interest, foi the accommodation
trip. We tlo all kinds of job work at I his of the traveling public. Honest GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES, ofSHOK
olTice. Give us a trial order.J3P C. W. CtiAiiii, ,
Cocoa, Fla.rates. nl Tinwaie.TITUSVILLE Your
LOCAL NEWS. Crockeiy,
All communications for this paper .
Forever.Talis ,
<
I Continued fioin 1st pnge. j should be addressed "Tim Ai>vocaik, To C'umuui Cure els roiintlpatlon Cuiuv I illume luc urzse.If mrA.
Tlttisvllle, Flu." This will insuie Immediate O. C.C. full to cure.druK ii w rLfuna mouev
'it>iie< Miami. Tliey usually slay attention.
JTjT** ltumling notice id* < n iIiih piitfri I' iliii llench dultng the winter, but nit H. X-- IBIESIDSr ds Brso]
i Mvi i-pei IIii< |M'i i'i"klMlH'UppN' M.iw.i John II. Heilly (Mr. Jim. Keilly's
REPAIKING. S. .1. of GRAHAM
Meadoi. &
nephew) has Ids homo now at Miami, Columbia, S. C, lias taken the business ROBBINS Groceries Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy iiroceriesnd
N1IIH'r.H | .V NlifkAMitk.it. thev wvut to the Utter place so that all recently vacated by J A. Dangli- ,
could be together.Mr. Food Products of all kinds. Orain, Hay. Hian, Cotton >. ,
and will attend \ ,
for Silks try, to the repairing of ...Iiawyors... .,| ,,
.
C. II. Stewart, who has been boots and shoes. Next to baibersliop, Food nnd Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealin ''VIM
lino of goods. We invite your correspondence and soli, il\ i t4
Golden looking lifter Ms fatlici's omngo gr.neat the above "
Kgvptimnoon AND P'ltrntl
Smooth nndHod Ilonavenliire for some time past, returned WILL PRACTICE IN STATE Very truly, E. L. HRADV & Uijo. u
Queen, Porto Klro, Cayenne Mo-Tu-IIko fur Fifty Cuius.Gunrantoicl I III. j
h|>4lili>li. Apply toMaiwmick to town this week.Mr. lohucco hajlt cure, malics ruk UNITED STATES COURTS.
A Matthams, Clias. A. Merrltt. tho able representHtivo men suon*. blood pure. Mm,II, All drujoiBt*
"Palm lliiacli IMnery," of the Times Union and Citizen jI1TST7I3jA:1TOB.
West I'.ilni iieiich, Fla, souvenir editions, Is lu town to-day en ABSTRACTS of Title Famished .
East Coast Meat Market
route home to Jacksonville.Mr. urt

J-'unry IMneiipple IMiMit*. and Mrs. Bacon, of Ormond, for Lands in Breiari and Dade The "Old Haitford," Kqnltable Life
have been kept rather bnsv this season, DUKKN, Agent. and other well known Companies. A8s''UinBtWZff" ''

Hardy, vigorous, (frown without shelter entertaining the many parties who pay Coanties.We Lowest rates guaianteed. Write for rates, etc,
smooth-leaved Ctycnne, AbbakaAfjii their beautiful home nnd grounds a visit. GEO. B. RUM PH. .In'

J.iin.ilca Ulploy K. C. plants II. TVNIIAI.I.for sale,, Major Dnrkee, wlfi and daughter, have a large List Agent, TittiKvill e, FlunJOrricEs
(ten'l Supt W II Collin and a party from
Wavcland Fla.iiiiiriint'K .
Philadelphia returned to Jacksontille of Lands owned by
last night, after an enjoyablo trip toI' G. CAKY-ELWES,

< per cunt Inttrt'Nt.Klovon .ilni Ui'iicli.Mis. ourselves and clients.

F. I*. Osborne nnd Miss Hastlanelli -
iicioH l.iml, fronts on Inilian.tod of Gramercy Pink, New Vork, Price for unimproved FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
Ilanana Kivor; Biiiall cottage, 2 iir foal.in who have been guests of The Ortnoiul
wells, HH) iiiceoiange tiees, 1 Ii0.ylnoapplu for several seasons, recently paid a visit lands $3 to $100 Representing the Liverpool & London A Globe Insurance Company, atllj
pl.intH, shipped over'JOD ciatesLiHt to 1'alni Ueacli.Mr. Mutual Life Insuranee Company, of New Yoik.23T" .
season; uiiitvaH, mangoes, Jnpaii persimmon
and other fruits on pl.u-o. t'ricetl.WI W. II. Ucardsley, treasurer of i per acre.WE Vonr Btminess Solicited.

). Address II, Al>voatTK tilllce.TIltiHvllIe the Florid.i East Coast It'y., and confidential TITlirsVILLE, KloniDA.UOHEN
Kla.Sne Hi'cietary to Mr. II. M. Flagler, have a few Residence, Oiange .
has joined his family at I'.tlm Ileach. Hoartlved
ftom New Yolk on Sunday, drove and Pineapple Properties in desirable
Vmir I Iii h From Front.Farmeis .
Mr. (}. Hanks, a prominent and locations. Prices Reasonable. Losley <& Motlora
well-known attorney, of New Itochelle, ,
who are about to cover I heir
N. V., accompanied by hi* wife, arrived
iitetipli'K: ninl vegetable*, would do well at Hotel 1'laza, Kockledge, on Monday, TITUSVILLE (Successors to LOSLEY, REXAKER % CO.)
their llghtwood posts at n cheap
to get much to the delight of their many and MIAMI.MEEIiEV,2iB.

tr.lto from SlIKHMAN SlNfll.KTOV, friend 8. Foreign and Domestic Brands of Winea, Brandies, Rnms, Gins and Whist

Geoigi.mn, Fl.l. -Klgin F Curry, deputy collector of COTTON Bottled Beers, Ales and Stout. -
customs at Palm Bench, has been succeeded

IturiCliaiK'O.. by Dwight Allen, who assumed Soft Seine A First-class Llnei of Cigars. Billiard and Pool Tabt
dial go on Tuesday The former's many
friends on tlio East Coast much regiet A PERFECT STURGEON TWINE JACKSONVILLE FLA.r Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention clven ton

For sale, on Kidgewood avenue, Day- his departure CABLE CORDS and MACRAME r th* tritftof MOIOB,ni'irMOKPIUMIIH -: ordi is. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY A MOTLOW, TlttmllkL. ,,
AIXK, TOBACIO and tlUlREr'K IIABIl*.
residence and
t ni, a vei v nice linpioveiliof
We beg to cull the attention of Adopted by the 17.B.Government.W .
... .
In a liesirable location. Ilouso isiw E. EMORY JOHNSON, o a.m. M.r.MOODUS
rentiers to the ildvt. of the' Florida **ttrmmiltm m Mr + klt/ Iii>ilfut>, 4M-k uBlll> Via*
runted, and p.iys ten |ier cent net. Klectro Jacksonville CONN. >rtr NaVtarlum, Cor. Cnlon uml llogan M .
l'lutingWorks, ,
This is well worth your attention.Addross H. DECKER
51 h As the implies
on our page. name .
F. I.. A.,
they do all kinds of plating. Including
Caio Advucatk ofllco. gold, silver, copper and nickel. ]::: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[ .

The Octagon Reading Club, Titus
ville, havo ndopted a yellow ribbon, BROTHERS.
JOSEPH ZAPF.WHOI.KHAf.K CYPRESS AMD GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
beating the motto "CliU Ihilre" (useful . *
IIKALK.ltAnheuserBusch and pleasant), as their badge. Mr. CliasK
Kenyon has aitistlcally prepared
Brewing Ass'n badges for the eight membeiscomposing Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville Fla, :Dxojswsoc3L txxc3L H.oxigli.
this ,
organization. Also Mouldings and Turned Work Brick Lime Cei
Famous St. I.ouls Lager Ileer. Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate THE LEADING DRY GOODS HOUSE IX THE STATE.To ; ,

old by Losley A Henaker, Titusville. basket Co., Jacksonville of beautiful, are tomatoes in receipt from of R.Kllpatrtck a. all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write fur Samples.fV and Crates of All Descriptions.Titvisivill .
Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral
Waters. Wholesale Llijuor Dealer.JSAM'OKD of Miami. They are large | It Our Mail Order Depaitmeut: the most complete quiuk service. , ZUMorida

FLORIDA and fully developed, and of a delicious Orders tilled samo day as received. We pay express on all goods ordeied of us to
-
flavor, and weie grown on laud emichedby
Little Uios.' fertilizer.Rev. the amount of $5.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies
the order. James Pritchakd, President; W. M. Bkown, Vfce-Presidtrt:
Won th Ch** K. K. Johnson, of Cocoa, held C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
service In the morning at the Titusville In Dress Goods and Silks
Episcopal chinch, Monday last, when New Spring Styles
The noted caso of Mrs. Mary Ilrlckelli. theie was quite a large attendance. Mr. Now Ready. INDIAN RIVER STATE
the ho Irs of Dr. Clias. Karon, 'whichtl Johnson returned to Cocoa in tho afternoon
vol veil the title to the Punch Jiowltiaetof Address:
to hold service at that place in the
(110 acres of laud at Miami, was evening. COHEN 1SROTIIERS, (Incorporated under the Laws of the Stateof Florida.)

Judge Argued 1 m at. ]considerable. Uroome, in length Orlando before, last F M Burst sold his Interests In the Popular Dry Goods House, Authorized capital, $100OC,
Florida Machine Works, Jacksonville Jacksonville, Floilda,
week. It was a very Important case, Paid $25,00
uhlch had been dragging along for sometime on Feb 1, to F O Russell, who is well up capital.
and the Dade county people have known In Florida, and has conducted a Average deposits, $15O.0C
lii'come quite interested in It. This was lumber mill at Lostle for over seventeen
tlio final hearing, and it eventually terminated years. Mr Russell has also bought and THE C. B. ROGERS CO. Transacts a General Bank;:
in the court giving its decision is going to operate the large ice plant

rti favor of Mrs. Ilrlckell. Mr. Geo. M.Kobblns adjoining Hie machine works.Mr. Importers and Wholesale Giocers. Business.
(of the law firm of Robbins AIrahani W. A. Snider and party offt

<(fi>l. D. L) ,represented(iauldon, of Mis.this Ilrlckell place,, nnd was yacht lends Siren, from, who Columbus left hern, O.a ,couple in their of ....Provisions, Grain, Ha;, Floor, Grits, Heal, Etc.... Largest and 0d! st Bank on tbc Bit

tho attorney for the Huron lieiis. weeks ago, were at Lake Worth the end Exchange sold on.all Foreign CoiintM
of last week. They expected to leave Sole Agents forFAIRBANK Our business confined to the trade

Who Were They ? for Key Went and Havana on a short CANNINO CC. LION I only. Orders from consumers neither DIRECTORS I IjAS.rRITCnABIHW.n.BAB
visit, returning to Titusville on their >ETI.rre. *
home, BRAND CANNED MEATS solicited nor desired. JacknuiivilleUDurkkk
way f the National Hank ot
Quite a lltllo excitement was causeiln Vlce-frssident .National B*
tho bench between Ormond and Day> Mr. John I). Miller, of Iluffalo, X.V. Jacksonville( ), wt W. M. l w>w .
afternoon last the at the Indian River hotel Quotations made promptly on application.Jitlitor
tuna, Sunday by stopliingofa registered COItlUCSPOJiriKNT''". _
steamer jiliout two miles olTii Titusville, on Tuesday. He lias come Seaboard National Bank of Me*Toi
re, and the landing of several men.tiotne south on a visit to bis brother, Mr. Dan National Hank oC Jacknocrille. '
said they were filibusters, while,, K. Miller, of Hay View. This Is Mr.Miller's
others wcro Inclined to think they werq first flip to COLO IIOTTM2, rX"XUUWVXJUJL.JbG, X I -'V.

shipwrecked sailors picked up at sea bytiie formed us that when ho one" of our fine Muinm's
steamlioat. An Advocatk representative streets weie covered Is what the lover of a delicious,

who was there at the time saw'a When visiting St. in. For dloner parties, re FOR SALE. Home-Grown
sis-seated conveyance, drawn by a pair foriret to take a trip to or clubs wo make special ...
horses from the direction of Ormond
quantities. For tho
llffhtlionso the line
stop and take the men to the depot, launch Hustler.on The home our piices on clarets PINEAPPLE SLIPS AMDOf
vJiero boarded the train for Jack Rhine
they lie her, as she can or Orange wines, ports)
sonville. hour, tieinitt driven by a oan't be beaten. the following Varieties :

..Globe engine. It would CLARK SON & CO.
,
A New tthlp Owner. .house also stepped before Into G. W. Merchants nnd dealers In AMaia, Porto Rta, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Si*
going on
Coal, Wines A Liquors Cayenne Pernamboco and Red
Mr. Wm. M. Hrown, president oUnnk pled the delicious Spanish.
of Hay Hlsctyne, Mirtts '.bnd vie' ? n i lng.Mr.. FLA. Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Tlneapple Ca.

president of the Indian River Mate Hank, U. L. Oilfllth, Tulnt"A of country produce West Palm Bencn1 1iswtKi.
Titusville, left hero last wedt-to attend dence (R. I.i) solicited.
the sale of i the Nor ettian tron barque Ms. winters In ,,
Lorthusand her rai'Koof D.IO.lKK) feet of ville on Monday.ami leff n. Mir.iiR. CI.AKEXI1! r. Jinttl
lumber, at Lantana, where .she was, ri'* * txntly wrei ked." Capt. E. Wlnchenbacl\, .there he will go to
who had charge* of the'sale. Unformed us, exploits ns an angler
tvben lotiiininn to Jacksonville last known to many. Wo S. B. MILLER & CO.
Saturday, that Mr. Brown secured the genial disclplo of Sir .
Yusscl .and tho lumber tor #1,!>0U, hebeinK soon be making another AND. FERTILIZERS. ,
the. highest bidder. If the LoftJius > as It is hardly likely 'his WHOLESALE
could bo floated, it would most its cunning siiico he jiM FLORIDA.
likely mean some thousands of dollars to of Flow eis.
11 r. Iliown's Rain, but we doubt It ho A complete stock of II iv COMMISSION FISH DEALERS
will bo able to Ret her off tho beach. Seed Meal, both bright and
The lumber is quite valuable, thoiifrh, Married at City Co. Xo. 7, Fulton Fish Market Xew Vork.
and will piobably well Mr. ltrown Star Brand Perti'liors OuarantMd Analysis,Orange tree and Vencuhle Fertilizer l'iin>r.r.
repay Bone. Nitrate S.HU.nurlat*of Potash.Sulphate |Nti.t.. Kali.lt. .to. Th W fertufzir. T.o
for his outlay and venture. W U Ord, brother of Civil Engineer nti|>erlor In the market,and a trial will couvlnce. Send fur Catalogue free. have Special attention given to the sale of Torapano, Spanish
Ord, of the F E (J Ry., was married to
Miss Lizsie Smith, of City Point, Saturday Mackerel, Clue Fish, etc.
That NaiMl Will Knee. evening but at tho residence UEKKiiENcicFultoo and Market FiMi of Mr National Dank, or any Wholesale
Dixon Miss Smith is <]tilto n bright and G. G. SPRINGER I in!inn liiter Ailrorate: charming young lady, and has n host of Stencils furnished on application.CHESEBRO .

Dear Sir I notice by your last issue friends on Indian River We wish the
<3i.it W.S. Pinkbain. of St. Augustine, uewly-married couple a long, prosperous
and blissful wedded lifo Retailer and Shipper Ofltetum
has accepted my challenge to sail his ,
boat against the Naiad. I will state that

I expect to sail against Mr I'inkham's Oa a> CruUe. BROTHERS 'A
t-o.it, at St Augustine, on a date to be IC E
fixed upon between him and myself. %
You is truly, The fine pleasure boat Nikko, owned
Stani.ky Kitciu.no. by T A Snider, of Cincinnati, after a WHOLESALE

Sebastian, Fla, Mar 2, 'lit*. pleasure trip on the Ilillsboro, Halifax
and Indian rivers, recently returned toI
lobe Sound. She has been down on Distilled Water COiMMISSON JTlSH JEALBBiNo.
of the AwIkm. Lake Worth this week with the follow.InR .
party : T A Snider and wife, Mist

, The stoop-yacht Awixa, which left Snider, Ed Snider and tnelr guests, Miss Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers. 1 Fulton
here on Tuesday, February 1, with aj Marl*Shoenbergor, of Cincinnati; W II Wholesale Fish Market, New Tork.SPECIALTIESSpanlsh .
>arty for a cruise to the various places Harris and wife and 0 Oil more, of Eden; FACTORIES .
of interest on the East Coast as far south and S McConnell, of Chillicothe, O. : Mackerel, Sheephead, Tompano, Wnrf*

i Cocoanut Grove, returned to Tltus- The party report a most enjoyable time Cocoa and-St. Augustine. S PP rs, Klngflsh, Tront, Green Turtle, Redhead and CanTa back Dt>ck .

Stencils "
promptly supplied. References famished U desired.



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