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 11, 1898
Frequency: weekly
regular
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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: VID00174
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: oclc - 31876449
alephbibnum - 002071721
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 K& BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment Mrs. R M. Green of Opelika sister we did not make ourselves known to hirston
,
HUNTING AND FISHING
sliould call at F. W. Beers' at Scroven's Drug Store, of Mrs. II. J, Egger, went to Miami onTuesday's our visit to Palm lleach tho first oftho
store in the Cordova block and see Titusville.We train. ALONG THE EAST COAST. week, wo noted that he was very
the new 'i)8) models of the Rambler, courteous and pleasant to the guests.Tho .

Crescent, Victor, Ideal, Wolff, Cleve Among the down-river visitors to
land, Stenrns, Remington, Barnes, have supplied more Advocate'sto town this week were : A. L. Hatch, W.II. Mr. J. O. Bennett, of Now Yoik, a Travelers' hotel, Jacksonville. Is
Tribune, Fearless and Phoenix wheels tourists this winter than on any previous Sliarpo, John Waller, Wm. Tieutler, guest at tho New Rockledge, caught an11pound now under tho management of Mr. Felix

the largest assortment in the state.Mrs. occasion.A Jno. II. Sams, J. DeVoo Sams, E. W.Hall. bass and apound' trout onFild.iy Garcia. The hotel has been fitted up

picnic, to conclude with a regular and Is having them mounted tobo very nicely with new carpets ami curtains

"cracker" danco at night, will take sent to his home.Messrs. now furniture having been added.Tho .
A. D. Penney has been acting Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Holmes, of Cocoa, wholo houso has been thoroughly
place at Indianol.i Ft .
as assistant in the postottico this week.Mrs. to-day ( iday) have been spending several days with O. 11. Floyd, of Orlando, and lenovated und electrlo lights put in. Tho

Q. Stewart of Mr. Fiank Servier, Florida passenger Mr. and Mis. James Holmes, at Jensen. Ai Hi inT.. I'Vaater, of this place, were rate per day has been fixed at f'J.00, and
from Coquina, spent agent of the Dixie Flyer, was a pleasant Civil out duck shooting u few days ago, mid it can safely bo said that the Travelers'
Monday until Engineer G. Trevor ofSt.
Tuesday with Mrs.A. caller at the Advocate office this week.Ho Spencer, biought In 20 ducks, besido several hotel will piovo very popular, as thciilsiiio
A. Stewart, of this place.We Augustine, was a passenger on yesterday's
was on his way to several points quail. and other appointments aie said
train to Palm Beach and Miami.Col. .
beg to return thanks to Mr. J. south. Mr. J. Wesley Howeii arrived at the to be excellent.Mr. .

G. Bast for a bouquet of fragrant roses Messrs. W. C. Ltttter and W. Nidi- C. P. Morton, after a pleasant New Kockledgo on Saturday last, and Is, Geo. A. P. Kelsey, chief clerk at
"ADVOCATE" Printing Office. from Col. Tifiia's lawn visit to Miami and Palm lleach returned
'be lose at Com ,
tenay.Mr. of Slauter Creek Oak Hill usual the fishing. Mr.llowcn .
ling, near to Cnnaveial club house us enjoying The Inn, Palm Beach, manages a very
L. II. Lister, leprcsentlng the were in town yesterday and gave u* a evening, ou Monday It is said, will soon boat tholecord fine hotel noith dining the summer;

commission bouse of J. D. O'Bryan, jr., call, expecting to return home to-day. made by Messis. Hoiinvtt, Reed it is tbe 1 lowland hotel, Long Branch,

LOCAL NEWS, Pittsburgh, Ta., is making a tour of the They aie engaged with others in raising Slnco tho return of Mrs. Edward and Prince.Mrs. N.J. This hotel will accommodate 40i>

East Coast.Mr. tobacco, etc.Titusville. Stiling and family from Saco, Me., they J. P. Reed, one of tho most popular persons, and Is situated directly on the
Interest.Aichdeacon .
Topic* of General they havo to bountiful Oeounavenuedrive.
gone house-keeping at shore and the
II. M. Birge, of Ormond, has Board of Trade held their ladies at Kockledgo, and a guest attho sea
and
Cocoa Mr. leadeis who want
Stiling's gonial countenance Our iioithein
had his usual evening New Rockledge, caught a 12-pound
fine launch meeting on Wednesday ,
Osprey, pulled out
Brown returned Is soon no around the weeks comfortable
B. F. more cosy to spend somo at it ,
on Nelson's this but no business of Importance was trans trout, Friday morning, ami started out
ways, at place. Mr.Birge .
from his down tbe office of Hotel Plaza, Rockledge wherohe homo-like hotel should remember the
Monday, trip ,
,
told us the shaft got bent, and he acted. Various matteis connected with to catch another, hut lost her lino and
('UilHt.Col. wanted it straightened.Mr. the welfaie of our town wero discussed, mado many friends.Mr. bait, tho fish she hooked was so largo.Tho Howland, Long Branch, N. J.

and Mrs. D. L. Oaulden were but no definite action taken.Mr. Wm. MeCabo, a well-known and fish weiu biting iinelv, as tho sky One of tho most picturesque golf
to Rockledge from Saturday E. G. Mahone, late salesman prosperous resident of Toronto Canada, was a little overcast, and the plots wero courses in the South Is that of the Ormond
irs with J. W. Estes Lucien Huot and his son, Dumont -
1 Sunday InBt. St. Augustine, is now Montreal who owns considerable propel ty on tho lined witli angleis.Marrl Golf Club, at Ormond, says tho
residents of
holding a position in the wellknowngents' prominent East Coast and at other places in Florida, New Yoik Evening Post. The course Is
K. N. Andrews of the Cocoa furnishing of Max Canada, after spending some weeks at
Editor parlors Myer-
gave our office a pleasant call on Wednesday. s; rutiuH. located upon tho famous Hammock drive
Kockle while Monday.Mrs. genial, whole-souled fellow, who has a for home on Wednesday. Mr. J. G. Hast th
places in the stato, having Inlt Toronto magnolia trees which extend along
pleasant smile for accompanied them as far as Titusville.Mr. Married, at tho resilience of the> Initio,
B. R. Wilson and two littla everyone.Mr. on February II, and was now on Ills wny on Sunday last, by Rev. J. L. Wilson, whole length of tho com so on one side,

liters, of this place, left for Indiancsterday. and Mrs. Chas. A. Grant, of C. C. Jerome, of Chicago, who home. Mr. II. Marshall Hill and Mrs. Grace with pine woods upon the other. There

New York, after spending a week or soat has been spending the winter at Rock Mrs. Ramsoy and her daughters, Magruder. The wedding was very quiet, Is a smooth, hard lilc>clo road all the
Rockledge left for the Polnciana ledge, has purchased a launch the Sabrina from Hotel Ormond to the course,
and
Royal Mrs. Nettie Powell and Miss Maggie none but the Immediate friends, way
cashier of the
Mr. E. P. Branch, and this week he started with a and lino to tho clubhouse on the
Palm Beach last a car
Saturday.
They the
of
bank of Wednes- Ramsey, accompanied by Mrs. J. II.Andrus family officiating clergyman being
lioiirne spent part
Beach and
of friends for Palm .
report a grand time, and will probably party thegrounds.
and in town. of Haversack, N. J., after a delightful piesent.
Thursday arrive in Titusville to-day en route to Miami on a pleasure cruise.Mr. Ormond'
visit of nearly two weeks at The are informed that Hotel
The members of St. Gabriel's Guild Orlando on a visit to friends.Mr. S. II. Swan, of New York, a Inn, Palm Beach, arrived at the Indian Local News Continued ou 8th page, trophy oops will bo played tor under the

meet ut the residence of Mrs. W. M. L. D. Cassell, of Jersey City, N.J. regular winter visitor to the East Coast, River hotel, Titusville, on Tuesday, having following conditions: Competition shall

n this (Friday) afternoon. ., is making a tour of the Florida East has gone to Rockledge after having paid mado the trip by steamer. From HAI.C.CocoiiltockliMltfo bo under the direction and rules of thsOrmond
.
Major L. B. Dawson, of Narrows, and West Coasts this winter, and is a visit to Tampa, Key West, Miami, here they will go to Daytona, St. Augustine FOR Golf Club. The person making

forty acres planted In beans, and he having an excellent time yachting, IIthing Palm Beach and Foit Pierce. He Is Jacksonville and other places en lee Works the best average score, 11 holes, medal

commence shipping in a few days. etc. Mr. Cassell passed through enjoying the fishing along the East Coast route homo.Col. play for tho season on tournament days

bere Saturday last, on his to Rock- and will soon visit Titusville.Mr. Cocoa, Vlti. designed by tho Club; and having played
way L. II. Orloman, Ph. D. of tho
,
of the windmill in shall
The erection such
new in no less than live days,
residence grounds ()f Mrs. A. Brady ledge, and other points further south.Mr. Joseph L. Williams, a prominent Academy, Peekskill-on-Hudsoii, N. Y., Reason for selling, accident to thopiopiietor become the holder aud bo designated

ain street was completed this week.We and Mrs. Chas. Johnson, ofBinoklyn business man of Bayonne, N.J., who accompanied by bis daughter, spent a and continued 111 httaltli for the champion for the season of lHDrt.

were among the genial guests has been enjoying a two weeks' vacation day or so in town on their way to Kockledgo past threo yeais. Price, tlftMH>, cash, This applies to the competition for themen's -

acknowledge with thanks, reof at The Inn, Palm Beach, the first of the on the East Coast of Floi Ida, left Palm whero they have friend s Mr, and or *18,0iK), one-half easli and balance secured ami also that Cor tho ladles'
a pamphlet on "Standard Varieof week. They have been pleasantly located Beach for home on Monday, going as far Mrs. II. J. Smith, of Pompton Lakes by first mortgage rates. Has paid oup

Chickens," from Senator S. Fasco.Col. at the different places on the East as Rockledge by steamer. Mr. Williams who own one of the finest orango groves between 25 and 110 per cent on price oup

Geo. II uston and family, after Coast this winter, and intend shortly is quite a bright young fellow, and we In Rockledge. Tlioy were accompanied nsked, and under competent, caiuful Mr. Thos. F. Nevlus, owner of Nevins'Riverview

want cruise in their yacht Seminole, paying a visit to Nevins' Riverview hotel, hope to see him here again.Mr. by tho Misses Harriet and JusephluoKissan management will pay more. Hooks and hotel and other valuable property
of Peekskill, N. V.Messrs. dally reports, sine* machine was started on Merritts Island, who for a great
Merritt.Capt..
returned to their winter home at and Mrs. A. II. Smith, of Enon,
of the
> O. after spending a day or so at the Indian W. A. and C. E. Woodward, to present, opeu to> inspoollon of parties ninny years was chief Brooklyn
Jas. Fritchard of
president meaning business. Building tiOxMftft., Fire Department, Is making big Improvements
a.Prof hotel at this place left for after ploasant cruise of several weeks
and Mrs. Chas. B. Cory and the Indian River Stato Bank, of this River a sides and roof of galvanized Iron; iloorsof on his place. Ho his having
l.v left Palm Beach for Miami last place, after spending a few days at Rockledge. They are wealthy and prominent In their yacht Flora, left for their homo concrete. Machine nominally MMon drains laid from his coaiy hotel to the

mlay, to spend a few days In the Miami with his wife, returned to town residents of the above place, and in New Haven.Woodward Conn., on Wednesday.Mr. capacity, but will guaranteo to produce Indian Kiver ami also having three large
friend the south.Mr. .
have numerous in C. E. would have stayed
Biscayne soction.Mr on Monday. Mrs. Pritchard is enjoying they 12 tons, daily. aitoslan wells sunk for the purpose of
Smith has been celebrating his llttlo longer had his wife arrived hut
just a ,
,
her visit there so much with Mr. and Plant In (list-class condition, not having obtaining power to run a dyamo for
Grant G. Springer owner of the 81th birthday and a right glorious time as she decided not conio South this
This hotel
Mrs. F. T. Budge that she has decided to an equal for convenience and. economical eluctrio lights, loo plant, etc.
Ugustine and Cocoa ice factories, he had. We acknowledge a pleasant winter, he returned home n little disappointed.
pool
remain a little longer.Mr operation within a radius of 61)0miles. ) which lias tho finest swimming
a pleanani. caller at this office onday. call last Friday.Mr. Mrs. Woodward's many fiiends wilt than this const between St. Augustine and
An Inspection more on
lie was on his way to Cocoa.Mrs. and Mrs. Theodore Armstrong would have been glad to seo her on Indian will bo much Improved by
Fisher Palm Bench
and Mrs. Harry prominent veiify this statement. Situated near
and son, prominent Philadelphia were River this season, but hope sho
W. H. Gleason, of Eau Gallic, last Saturday's train to and wealthy residents of Baltimore, will down next head of Indian River section, on river next season. Neaily everyone who stops
on come winter.
mpanied by Mrs. A. "Valentine, of passengers Jacksonville from Palm Beach, where gave the Advocate a pleasant call on und main lino F. E. C. R'y., having Iron at Nevins' Riverview hotel Is much pleased

nan, were recent visitors to TltusWe and at the various, other resorts along Friday afternoon last. They bad been side-tiack, loading platform, etc. Large with the sorvlce given by the genial

acknowledge a pleasant call the East Coast they have been sojourning stopping at the Ponce de Leon hotel, St. Loss of Mr. Jitiin> Holmm' llmlilriiot.We lot, high board fence Six inah artesian proprietress, Mrs. M. 11. Mahon.Ormond .

Mrs. Gleason.Mr. during the past few weeks. They Augustine, for a time, and paid Titus well. Is having another phenomenal
ville a short visit on their way to Rock regret to>learn that the fine residence Positively a first-class plant, that has and It Is only natural that
visit returning
to Tampa ere season
and Mrs. Johnson ofklyn expected ,
Charles ledge and Palm Beach. Mrs. Fisher said of Mr. and Mrs. James Holmes, at paid from 20 per cent, to .')<> per cent, this should be so. Season after seasoa
have been guests of The Inn, north. she was much pleased with her visit to Jensen, was bo mod to tho ground on since Its erection, and would not bo offered exceeds the preceding one, and Ormondis

i Beach, this week. Mr. Johnson isof Mr. Fred C. Stevens, of New Haven, the East Coast, and she hopes to make Wednesday morning after breakfast.Mr. for sale for any other reason. Inspection the inecca of tho touilst who loves

Brooklyn's well-known and popuportlng O., arrived in town last Saturday afternoon another trip south next winter.Mr. . James Holmes* mother and sister solbaited. For further Information nature In its greatest beauty and variety.To .
men.Mr. much to the satisfaction of his and Mrs. R. IS. Holmes, who wero visiting apply
J. W. Smith, and Mr. J. T.Durgan toG. compare Ormond with the other most
and Mrs. F. O. Case, of New friend, Mr. W. E. Youngs, who was Instrumental and daughter, Miss Bit, of Mr. and Mrs. Holmes, wore compelled G. SlMtlVUKIC, successful resorts of Florida would belike

k, after spending a couple of days atkledge in getting him to come to Titusville. Atlanta, were guests of The Inn, Palm to leave at short notice, and are St. Augustine, Fla. comparing a landscape with a painting

left for Daytona yesterday. Mr. Stevens is a cornet player Beach; and Royal Palm, Miami, this now at Cocoa.To ; or to compare its climate with that

Ehave been enjoying a couple of of over ten years' experience, and will week. Mr. and Miss Durgan had been AMONG THE HOTELS. of resorts two hundred or more miles

to their orange grove in be a valuable acqulsion to the Indian visiting all the resorts along the Kant Inspwt the Inillim Hirer Ouartl*. south of It would bo like a comparison

die Florida. River Band.Mr. Coast, and after paying a visit to Key Gon'l. Supt. C. II. Knott, of the Fla. of a vigorous mountaineer with tho effeminate

Judge Minor S. Jones left here oniday Chas. Jerome Edwards, the West and Tampa, they intend jeturnlngto Houston of the Fla. East Const Hotel System, lias been on avl elty exquisite. For tbe business
for Fort Pierce to attend to special correspondent of the Brooklyn the East Coast to spend the balance Adjutant-General it to the various hotels under his care man looking for recreation ami rsst.
State and probably (jov. W. D.Bloxham amia
settlement of a land case. lie also Eagle, has been writing some flowery of the season. Mr. Smith Is connected Troops and Col. Thomas B. Kessler along tho East Coast this week.Mrs. for tho seml-invalld seeking comfort
tho
Beach Rockledge and Merchants' and Miners' Transportation healing and life-giving air, for
:ed bis and land in that articles on Palm with the of
orange grove D. L. Gaulden
will probably arrive at Titusville todayon proprietress for on land or water,
which to Co.Mr. youth hunting sport
hope reproduce
ion where bis Wade has been other points, we
,
son we their return from a trip down the the Indian Kiver hotel, Titusville, Is Ormond Is the Ideal winter resort. "Ormond
some time past.Mr. In the Advocate for them. as Mr.soon and as Mrs. A. O. Russell, president of tho East Coast, for the pnrpose of Inspecting getting quite a go
Pierre Lorlllard's houseboat, can find space been spending some time United States Printing Co., Cinclnnattl, the Indian River Guards. Should owing to the excellent manner in which Ormond." Palm Boach News.
Jian after River Edwards have O.; and owner of the Cincinnatus Farms tho Governor stop olT here, his many she Is managing this hotel. Many words
far New will
going as as hotel and probably
rned to Lake Worth last Sunday at the Tampa Bay Gulf, Coast about and railway at Sebastian, was a passenger friends will be glad to welcomo him.Moftt of prslso from tourists have been passed Hotel Koyal l'olnclaua and Palm Beach
the
remain on under the able management of Mr.
on Tuesday's northbound train, on upon her cuisine this'season, Inn,
rnoon and anchored the
Hoyalciana
just on three weeks longer.Mr. had tho most successful
have
his to Hotel Ormond, wheie his son Fred Starry,
Mr. Lorillard expects to reto way Not slnco the freeze of 'WS-8/J/ havo the of these
palatial
Indian River about tbe 18th last.Mr. and Mrs. Wm, n. Moffett, prominent Willis has been sojourning very pleasantly Ileautiftil Place ou Indian Rbekledge hotels done so good a business. season since the erection for the.
and had It not being
residents of New York-city, were for some days past. 'Mr. Russell Informed hotels;
E. L. Brady and JlissAlineit the very pleasant people an us that he had been on a trip to Itiver, for Sale, at a Great The Indian River, Plaza and New strenuous effort* of Mr. Kelsey, the
much
; left here Monday for Miami, a among Advocate representative met at Hotel Nassau, N. P., returning to Miami from liaratn. Rockledge hotels caunot complain writer of this notico would havo been

patch having been received the day Polnciana, Palm Beach, the first that picturesque little city In the Atlantic for want of patronage this season. Stop unable to gain admission to The Inn on
Royal north
nous to the effect that Mrs. II. J. of the week. They had been to Now Ocean on Monday, _On Wednesday off at Kockledgo on your way or Saturday evening last. Hotl* thesoflnei

["r was seilously 111. Mrs. Egger'B Orleans to attend the inardi grim, and he left for ]New.Orleans, on route home The famous.Tillkey C'teek Grove, consisting south, ami you will be pleased. hotels were tilled from basement to roof

'; :h betttT.' -- -- -* Bay hotel an well as at the resorts to leave for New York this week.A 10 acres of land fronting on Indian River East Coast System of Hotels this season Room Clerk Geo. A. P. Kelsey and Cashier

Tampa Coast. They informed us and Turkey Creek, with steamboat landing than ever before. The great crush at II. Whlttolsey Soarles, of The Inn;
Mrs A. P. Hudson and Miss Underof on the East had been delightful very pleasant party of BrooklynItes and Tillman postoffica ami railroad the Royal I'oinciana and The Inn, last and Room Clerk Frod C. King and Cash*

New Rochelle, X. Y., were pascersontjie their trip throughout would soon return home who left Merritt for the Royal Polnciana. station on the F. E. C. R'y. On the Saturday, and tho way In which Room ler McLaughlin, of the Royal Polnciana,

northbound train,- yesterThej but Mr.they Moffett Is one of New. York's Palm Beach, last Saturday, were place, lying on the west side of Indian Clerks King and Kelsoy were worried, with their assistants, have boon certainly

had been spending a couple now. real estate dealers, and Is a hail- Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin (whom we were River, three miles south of Melbourne, was enough to place them on the sick hard pressed for some weeks past; but
V jr so at Hotel Plaza, and will biggest pleased to meet), a lady of sterling qualities two miles from Atlantlo ocean beach. list. still they wear a ploasant smile and glvo

i Teturnhome.. The two* or three hailfellowwellmet. and wife of the celebrated Brooklyn About 40O good bearing orange trees, all a hearty welcome. Manager Sterry

iK tbey spent at Hotel Ormond were Democratic loader, accompanied by Miss balance In young trees, will yield about Hotel Grenada, Eau Gallie, under the naturally feels quite Jubilant over tho

rh enjoyed.Mr. Gallie, Indian ltlver. Laura McLaughlin; Mrs. T. F. Nevins, 1000 boxes this year. Can bo made management of Mr Geo G Gleason, has great success of his hotels.
wife of a member of the well-known In two been doing a remarkably good business
Henry Disston of Phila- to yield 2000 boxes a year years.Servant's
r Qla one our banking and brokerage firm of T. Ed. house and good packing bouso this season. It Is a very popular house, "

days subscribers, has been spending He The Spartan Grocery Store can supply Grail & Co.; Mr. and Mrs. Taaffe ami and rooms above. Good fishing, quail, and those who have stopped there speak The "Advocate.
at the
Royal Polnciana. kind of staple and fancy Taaffe large property owners the terms of the management
you with all Miss Anna deer and duck hunting Turkey Creek In highest
son of the late Mr. Hamilton Disston, Do not fail to Albertlna up ; IxDiA.v Rivek Advocate I* or*
etc. and the Misses At there is aa Tho
quite
groceries, in Brooklyn; and cuisine. present
1 dry goods, fine harbor for boats lovely river front,
owned ;
considerable land In Florida at flv
tof give this store a trial.A and Kate Stebbins. They all attended with beautiful forest trees. Hammock jovial crowd In the hotel. Hotel Grenada sale at the following news-stands, >
Disston our readers have heard of the the ball at the Casino of the Royal Polnciana lands for sale cheap. Apply toD. advt will be found on our 8th pago cents per copy :
sugar plantations In Flor- night and report having Mrs. Emma Eaton.
Saturday Titusville
L. Oaulden
Valuable Opportunity. The ball at the Royal Polnciana, Palm
enjoyable time returning toMerritt .
had a very J. 11. Screven.St.
Atty. for owners, brilliant
Beach, last Saturday night, was a
For the prettiest and Monday night. The party expect Titusville, Fla. affair and was largely attended by Augustine Hotel Alcazar.
Hardware
For sale In Daytona, to pay a visit to Ormond soon, and Hotel Ponce de Leon.Ormond .
of United
Coast from all of the
the East tourists parts
tourist town on ladies they will certainly
best the say
umber, Stoves, Faints, Oils and Shipmaiery Florida, a handsome new house, furnished try the young dancing In the Casino. Fine Yacht for Bale. States. The Casino was beautifully decorated Hotel Ormond.

go to Edward Stiling, Cocoa, complete. Uaa eler ipJft with vart-colored Chinese lamps Palm Beach The Inn.
L Uts stock is the largest and prices rooms and hot and electrlo lights; and, with the many Koyal Polnolana.
nine Seminole C8f t.
Has Naphtha Launch for Sale. The yawl-rigged yacht, ,
lowest Beautifully elegant and fashionable dresses worn by
on Indian River.Kockletlge
water. Sanitary plumbing.from tbe banks of the long, 22ft. bin. beam, centre-board. Hat the ladles, added a charm to the fairylike Miami Tho Royal Palm.

located 200 feet Naphtha launch, 30ft. long, 7ft. beam; bottom: draws 31 inches; seven staterooms scene that Is hard to surpass.Mr. .

Indian Kiver, Halifax Kiver. toWlLKWSOJf cabin fitted with plate glass windows, large main saloon, gallev, water
For further particulars, apply leather cushions, etc.; Gas Engine A closets, covered deck; every modern convenience N. M. Kelley, who held the responsible 27" As an advertising medium, no

1m one of the most attractive general & FABKI.T80 Fla.Mrs. Power Co'*, engine: will be sold at a and thoroughly equipped position of cashier of tho Waldorf paper on the East Coast can beat th*

,1* n the East Coast. Yon can find 0r Daytona, bargain, for cash. Apply toGeo. throughout; for sale at a sacrifice. hotel. New York, for five years. Is Advocate. Give n a trial advfc.

rytbing you need there. Fitting out I. H. Asrottsosr,N. W.. IICftTox, Address Geo. UusTorf, now one of the efficient office staff of the and bo convinced of the pink paper'*

u'ng' parties a specialty.Faxtox 10H I Washington street, D, C. Cocoa, Fla. Cocoa, Fla. Royal Polnciana, Palm Beach. While worth. n

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very setere V *5">,ia ''u my 'e' moral feeling. Consequently a suitable the medicine which has accomplished m pl

knee, wliuh jfiew Hurutuil worse, sod moral envlpwameut hi necessary to enable many thousands of remarkable cures of 102 Main and 3.1 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE 'fotl
bruka out abut* tlw knee.It all blond diseases. It is what the millions FU.
dually aore No. 255,
us to develop llw higher faculties of Telephone
take in the spring to build health .PARIS.
up
aud the
discharged a irr.at deal pain ..
natura and to the whole ..
our perfect aud ward off sickness.A .
from my thi h tloan v.ae maddening.Laye
man. A g hard, purpM spot a appeared on myIff. SENDSPolynice JOHN

I aiiTirol
cured.My .acquirement* aiu hIho to be diligently
f belntj
and a < |> ni' > i < <
train near Jeffersonville, Ind. The engineer
lf! a res m of a cn-u like mine attained so tar tut we me able; but a Oil
saw it and sighed for one farmer'sloss.
Wholesale Dealers InGroceiiCG
cured by ll. l-tarsapsrilln, and sue Hound moial .constitution vtill do more
But when the train got to Watson
Sc1\Im <1 me ioir\ it. 1 beniin taking itaaa for the teal knpplnuM* and elf.no of the HF'z-u.it am. five miles the porker was found HPxod.ij.ee
I away
when I hud UM-d a tew bottles Individual ''bun anything else. The
found relief from my suffering* Ob, on the pilot of the engine, a little bruised, TO 131 Hiid 1.13 K st l V Street and anil 8 Mewnan Street, '
and
lullliant talents
stieagth niost
gieatcst <
hoar ibankJ.il 1 ant lot this relief I I am but not otborwlso injured. Jnolcsonvlllo> i JTMoria
If miHibvucted, shine with but afaeble *,
stronger than I bm ever been in my life.I .

am In the lT t ol hoalth, have (rood lustre when owmpared with the ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES 1N

appetite ana am a new man altogether." sublimity of s.hiRti. m.tl.. nature, "state ok Ohio, City of Toledo, I llhcumaticAfflicted. THE CIT?
Lucas County.
J. P. MOOIM, Lis'in Falls, Main*. [To bo continued in our next ] J Seed
for all kinds of and Eating Potatoes
Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heis We aie headquarters and f Jw jv,
Sarsaparilla- We also a full line of Hay Grain
tt-uaiiutteed genuine. cairy and Feed.V
the senior partner of the fli m of F. J. ,
PnrMfr.Hood's The Mure Cure.Theie for Give us a tilal and will be *
and
LiiOrlppe Vegetables.
Cheney & Co., doing business in the city An unequivocal and absolute cure vour Oianges you pleased.

Isthe1iest-ln fart tliaOna True Blood PnrMfr. Is n< .use Buffeting fiotn this of Toledo, county and state aforesaid, all conditions of Bheumatlsm I No matter MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.E. .

dreadful maltkflv, If yxi will only get the and said firm will pay the sum of one whether the ailment is of years'
Pills -euro all liver Ills. S3 oouta. right remedy. Toil are having pain all bundled dollars for each and every case
In the beginning stages
through your t><>dy, your liver is out of of catarrh that cannot be cured by the standing or
Oil wid I Don't misunderstand WlNCHENBAtH, Manager. F. G, Rcsseu
Polynice care
order, havejioAppetite, no life or ambition use of Hall's Catarrh Cure. you Tin.

have a kiid cold. In fact are com Fit AN K J. ClIHNEV. this it will not meiely relieve

MORAL ENVIRONMENT.I plotely used up. Eluotilc Uiiters Is the Sworn to before me and subscribed Inmy you, but It will effect a PERMANENT FLORIDA MACHINE WORK

only remedy tltat will give prompt and presence, this Cth day of December, CUBE.
T |LAI>T VOOh illfr TKSTNKKHXfC CLAri.ll) sure relief. Tbey not idiiectly on your A. D. 1880.

liver, stomach amd kidaeys, tone up the Such hospitals as the Bellevue, of

For the Indian liiv** Ailment*' whole system nad malm you feel like a | SKAL. | A. W. OLEASON, New York City; Howard, of Philadelphia IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.

The Inlluonoo nf now being. They tranteed
environment upon ape gii to cine Notary Public,
ofBaltlmoie
and John Hopkins
Maryland ,
evoiy orj.tiilc being lauo longer a matterof Chaffee fir pi ice A refunded.Co's.
doubt. Tim re**tiiclioH of recent bottle.HON. and acts directly on the blood and mucous
per two-continents remedy Polynice Oilwllh -
linvo tin own much light ontills surfaces af the system. Send for Shafting, rullejs
years Columns ,
testimonials, free.F. unvarying success in Bheumatlsm, Iron Building flange,

a ibjuct, nml li
f evolution tiro vciy Lugely dopoudont by druggists, 73c. mar4 Inflammatory diseases cuied byPolynice Sash Wilglits and Giate

tlio conditions of itlioenvlronmunr. Saw Mandrels of all
upon the Si,
Among new moinbeis of the .lothCoagroHS
Wo li.iao ihvshimI from Oil. Bars a Specialty.
tliero Is none who has left a Tax Assessor's Notice.I Furnished,
conjuctiiro to corf nlnty, and uro now o.1>loto better Sent of f 0
impression upon his associates postpaid, on receipt price, >

v
umlur certain glten circumstances. Ho The greatest men who have attained the purpose of assessing taxes for the of Tarls. Telephone 102. Office and Shops at.End of Viaduct in Ri\emd|

many students eminence In the history of tlieit
Including inun of the most |>owerfal Cocoa, Monday, 11th DR. ALEXANDRE, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.criLvd .
country have been noi *l for their modesty Wood Tuesday 13th
minds, have been continuously cngigodIn ley, G04 Twelfth St. N. W.
and unassuming wisdom. Mr. Beams, Wednesday, 10th ,

InvvHtig.iting and Intoipreling tlwl.iwh Davis, since his entree into public life at Sebastian, Thursday, 17th Washington, D. C. : cSc

of Jf.ituro during the Inst half century the National capital, has ..deported himself Mi ceo, Friday 18th co.,

that numbers of her moat secret In Grunt, Saturday, 19th DEALERS INWiixes

p.tgeti have become moio or less an iiuch a manner that the cultured Malabar, Tuesday, 2Jnd THINGS IIAVK CIIANGii>.
open refinement of the man and his broad Tillman, Wednesday, 2lrd ixx book, liufoio this, however, tlio vaguest "
conception on questions .of state have Melbourne, Thursday, 24thFlidav
notjuns prevailed. An able writer oftlio left the stamp of his petsonality Kail Gallic, 23th Time "Works Wonders, and Herein 417, & 410 11. UnjM.,

18th century soys : "I am Hatisfled all wliw have had the pleaeuie of his upon ac Lotus Oeorgiana, Monday, "" 2lith 28th Tills Fact is ClearlyDemonstrated. JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA
Tuesday,
,
that
every country producea pouplo of
acquaintance. Banyan,, Wednesday, 30th RICH W1M.S create (inod, rich hith
the aamo bulk, features and complexions Davis comos from a democratic Tiopio, Thursday, 31st > blood. Don't make the mittah I IImjing
few IrVinee
aero wine kecauw
years pour
poor Hcheap. >
it did two thousand years ago; and family whoso deeds of daring and wisdom Merritt, Saturday, April 2nd .t came to Klori.la It is not. It has a nadv tgreculile
whenovor a sow Hot.of pooplo take posschhIoii Sliiloh, Tuesday, nth and hejrun practice bvailvertirdiifr. eflectupon the pisteni wbikiicuod
in the interest of Aniorican liberty Haulover Wednesday <>th In leas than wine is really not expemlit,u
,,
of a country, they become like has no a week lie wan tlie most gives you that pulled tn|, tliet,
superior among our most honored Titusville Thursday 7th *
thoso who "talked about' man ln sntlsfled feeling
Inu.i'iitotliit before in a a-eiy families. Ho is a man who ceitalnly Mlms, Friday, 8th the 8 ate. FliVKirianxwereavked Br We make a SneclHltv nf North ft*
few generations. If a swarthy Scythianor will LaUrange, Saturday, 0th by their |iatlents iina Mountain lew torn V liMej tk
make a creditable record in the what they thought .
servloe years old, SU (id per gallon.I'artiea
Tartar, of a short Hiju.it make, ..flatn.mo of his countt and his state bocauso Canaveral, Tuesday, 12th about tills Dr. Vincent.ClinicinK living in Dry Towns will>
y
thick lips, and little bl.tek M't Blanks will be left at all the to the teaching well to order from us, as e cut"
oyos he seems to combine in himself postoflices of a decade niro, and them 60 per cent, on nil orders.
deep In bin head In tlio for the of looking tlie now
were to bo tiansported those attributes county purpose upon "* Always send money nftb ordrvVewill
which are leqiiislte to comer as a sort of an Interloper
J. F. Wootkn
leturns.
into making not new aicuumi una
Qeiunnny (.is many of the Scythian* broad Americanism.In their reply was open
Assessor. suitable Jacksonville reference l pNo
*>
alwavs the
wcro foinierly), his poatcilty, Id a hun a spoech delivered in the house an advertiser iaine,and: you lleis Goods sent C O.I> to lr> Tw
did! or two of would on can't expect lilm to be much on that account." I, m J Agent for Indinnopolln Urminjli
jours, infallibly bo .
January 2Jnd, this gentleman piesented How wonderfully things have changed in a few Brewers and Hot tiers, ]ixliiin.j.ou) ,I*
till, lusty follows, of fair complexions such a strong cose against the Ednrste Your Howels With Caacareta.Cnndy Hliort months. To-day there is not an honest Hercules Malt Ionic, U 25 per case; Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy, 84 SO per ewe.
and republican Cut Hurtle, euro constipation former, practitioner in the citv-but who will rav that
regular features, as tlio prcwout party Ln Its deceptive practices as toshoweloaily lOo,Sfio. If C. C.C,tail,druKKlsta refund money. Dr. Vincent has certainly cured many of the
Germans are; for notwithstanding we all worst kinds of cbronio canes, lint it in not the
and conclusively the inconsistency phvslclans who are supponed to know of nil
SAW AND I'USIXG )
MILLS, JACKSON\ILLK TAKI,
sprung from one oilginal, our features of this these cures. Go where vou will throughout the
aud complexion stature pail.y's position, for It Is [Remember, the Advocate, Titus city or gtate and you will hear of these cases rnlatkn. Flu. E. Bay St., Toot of Cathnsi"KTILSON
our ami
even ever attempting to execute the command ville, does all kinds of job printing. Give At the Hiune time, I>r > incent does not claim tohe
tempers, vary according to the pait of share Infallible. He sometimes fails, but when lie
us a of woik.
*of the owners of gold while your ]
loudly does, tlie cham.es are that there is no hope for CYPRESS COMPANY
the world we happen to bo planted In. claiming to be the friend of Bilver.It tlie cane, no matter where he goes. In all cases ,
There Is something In the air the he asks but a fair anil impartial trial. That isall.
soil, is .
to bo regretted that the dictatorship To Cure Constipation Forever.
the diet, or mtnner of life, which makes SPECIALTIES: Manufacturers of
of Speakor.Roed, through the Take Cascurets Cane!v Cut hurt la lOo or Mo.

the Inhabitants system If C. O. C. fall to CATAmtll and all CIIROMO DISEASES of
f cure, druKKlsta refund
*> uno coustry appoar asif of lules adopted by the house, prevents mouevALKX the F.\e, Kur, None, Throat, Lumrs, Heart, Htomach -
they were cast la a different mould such Liver, Howels, Kldnexs, Jtladder, IServen, Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath.
Mr. Davis
men as from
moio Skin und lllood ( hronlo Ulcers (old sore leg). ,
from those of ,
the
other. This statement frequently paitlcipatlng In debato Cancer, Kuiiture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro
upon NEAIl. ERNEST TAYLOK. cele mid I'lfus cured
guaranteed
however, was only partially correct. subjects which should command tiie the knife. ltueuinarlHin, diseases without peculiar using to A largo stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingla

Locality alone would not produce women and Private Dtneuses of both sexes, are lath and
NEAR & TAYLOR pickets
careful hand
aad wise .consideration of the given special attention.No always on thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypiwmouldings
these changes, because .environment, best charge for consultation. Fees of all
minds of the Ameilcan Houso ofKepresen always reas patterns a specialty.
(Successors to John McAllister. onable. Special rates for II .
powerful as it is Is only factor ) in treatment.DIt.
ono
,
out
tati ves. W. T. 8. \INCENT, Specialist. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.xNV .

of many in producing evolutionary The State of Florida has done well in Artesian Well Contractors Mohawk Woe k, cor. Kay & Market Streets,

changes, and can deteriorate as well a* the selection of this (distinguished Jacksonville, Florida.

improve. It may btiag about gentleman EAU GALL1E Hours t 0 to IJ a. m.; 2 to 4 & 7 to 8 p. tn.
great to represent bar In the halls ofcongiess. FLA. 1 Sundays J 30 to S p. m.only. W. B. DAWSON
physical alterations enlarge dwarf
may Washington News Letter. ,
may metamorphose an organ, distort or

beautify a structure, but the veasontlal I IT" I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock nf Wholesale and Retail

character of the animal or plant will remain

the same. Habit and race are -HARDWARE AND CROCKERY 4-
WINE
equally potent In effecting variations, & LIQUOR MERCHAffl

but perhaps the most powerful of all Isselection. Glassware, Lamps and Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware, Grsu

A sea-captain ite ware, doors, sash and blinds, and Builders' Hardware, water coolers, ice cream
freezers. Quick meal gasoline stoves, Blue Flame kerosine
oil
Nevertheless the fact remains may navigate stoves, carden tools
that
bis .hip plows and harrows, paints and oils, Frulf jars and Jelly glasses 1 19 West
environment has a prodigious Influence a cito a a safely the and barbed wire, poultry netting Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.

In forming physical character. It Is ocean, but when
the
he cames into HaiTison Bros* Ready Mixed Paints..Please Fine Old Liquors
same In the mental and the moral world port he must Writeme Imported and Domestic Wines,
for
Our intellectual culture mainly depends have a pilot who tioniof Prices. 1 respectfully solicit nor-
your patronage Mail Orders given
Prompt aud CaWest
Attention
upon our moral environment. Ifachlldf difficulties knows all and the prices aaawered promptly and inquiries for Mexican and Florida Cigars.

the most Illiterate parents be closoly dancers of that

associated from early Infancy with particular channel. Tn the voyajre of life
persons there are many periloua places where we Palm Beach, Fla.
of culture, the chances are many to need the help of a pilot who has a thaaouith WHISKEYS from 2.0O Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goo&By

one that he also will be cultured. lie knowledge of the special difficulties and Price List
dangers to be avoided. upon application. Tour Jug Trade Solicited.
may not have the wide mental ofne In those delicate Sa lt jlXL If you wish to
grasp physical weakneasea and a = < IBIKO'XIEailE.IEBS open an account you must gire first-class city reference!.
born from a stock of Intellectual diseaaea peculiar to women a general praeI I ,
tatioaer or ordinary doctor haa no opporttna. I LARGEST DEALERS IV
ancestors, but he will have a certain Ira- ity to become thoroughly proficient Suit

proved grasp, and his mind will be leas to be trusted is the advice of any mere Vehicles, Harness Write for Wholesale Prices for Market
Gardeners
harmonized nurse or unscientific person. of.....
to the tone of tholrs. There
Oaty a specialist who haa given a life of
are not many even amongst those of study to this particular field of practice, is Wagons, Bicycles,

hereditary culture who competent to treat the diseases of woman's RELIABLE
rise to groat Intellectual intricate and complicated organism. In the South.ity TESTED SEEDS.

heights, but all acquire an Intellectual Any woman suffering from these delicate Correspondence Solicited. SABEL ,

tone which adds to the refinement troubles may obtain the moat eminent pro. BROS.
Selected
and enjoyment of life. feaaional advice free of charge by writing Repository, Foot of Laura Street and Grown especially for Florida Planting.
The love to Dr. K. V. Pierce, chief consulting physi- JACKSONVILLE.

f knowledge, for Its own sake, apart clan of the Invalids* Hotel and Surgical In BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman Jacksonville, FI -
stitute, of Buffalo, N. Y. During ,
from any notion of utility, is one of the years' at the head of bis nearly *> These prices H
staff are low
splendid of as
most delightful of intellectual passions. specialists, he has successfully treated many TTm. J. Harkishkimkh. Pre*. II. E. ITabkisheimer, Sec'y Jfc Treas, New Tork as the same seeds are sold, by reputable Seedsmen

thousands of cases of obstinate feminine Philadelphia, etc., and the In will amount
And this they all possess In a higher or sarlng time and freight
complaints.
lower degree. Their intellectual environment His 'Favorite Prescription was devised The Elgin Better Company of Florida. considerable.iiy .
for the sole purpose of curing the diseases -
elevates as it and IN
CASE
were
spiritualizes and weaknesses of the feminine organs. OF A FREEZE Remember me.

every sense. Thoy see, for Instance No other medicine has been so marvelouslr WHOLESALE
OXLV.IBCLttex .
with other eyes, and hear with tice.successful No other in this medicine particular field of prac
ao
other oars, than those who have not resolved overcomes ail the dangers and completely nearly all suaa-d. Clieose THE

their mental advantages. And the'II pains is with of pleasure motherhood I recommend t>r Pierce's SOUTHERN FDEL & SDPPLY Company.

their perceptions may become so refined Favorite Prescription to suffering ladies," writes Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
Sit i '" "'? '' ** Douglas Station. Sel ,
hat the
even meanest things of nature Co.
Manitoba
become objects of absoiblng interest tortures I (bank Pr Pierce's Cement
Favorite The
Prescription." butter handled ,
and beauty. by us is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries ,
The fr *"* book
for women ever pnblished In the State of Illinois. It is
always uniform
Now all this is a distinct gain, better is Dr. Pierce's thousand page illus In quality.

it may be, than wealth or power, for it sent trated free"Common in paper covers Sense Medical for cost of Adviser raalliag, Merchants not receiving our quotations will do ns a favor by writing for same.jy Vitrified Paying and Sidewalk Brick.

fives us something which we are always fly si one-cent stamps; cloth boaad at WE SELL ONLY TO THE TRADE. This is positre.!
408
able to enjoy, and which no one can sumps. Address Dr. fierce as above. West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 3&J.

THE ELOIK BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA.

K. MUNNERLTN, General 3f oa r'



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE* MARCH 11. 1898.


professional Cards. TOMATO
CULTURE. A man in Pails claim* to own the

DeFuniak laigOKt library of small books In the RARE CHANCE HONES & SODFREY
0 ROBBIS9. WALTER S. OUEIH.OBBISS Springs, Fla., Mar. 8, 'OS. world. He ean pack 7 GRAHAM, Editor
4 Indian
Uici r .lilinntlr: editions In one portmanteau. Manufisctureis nt


ATTORXETS-AT-LAW, the The State importance of Florida of the can tom.vto he imagined crop to The native police in tho foreign suttlement Hotel Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla.Tho Yellow Pine UoJber

10 to 12 .
a. in. ,
FIC UouBs-From: when we consider the fact that its sale at Yokohama, having mastered the ,
4 .
and 2 to p. m.TixisviLiis
brings into the state upwaids of English language, aio now studying the KOI'tlll ,t I>KKrl ZI>,
Co. one
Brevard Florida.
Box, < million dollars pvery year, and this does Russian, Chinese and Korean tongues as Orange ltox I fornix,

ill practice In "the courts state and fed not Include any cannery production. part of their police I'uty.DkLa.niy. "fait A Vee rs W Crates.laimlmr .

for examining and perfectmd Even this huge income could bo made dtdivervil nt any |< it uf Indian River
lulficilitles. still Fla., Mar. 4, 1S0S: C. O. on through bill on hiding. Aiijone eoiileuudat-
titles.JIN'OK larger by impioved methods In lug htilldingoii th Knot Coast, v.oald do ll to
Codrington, publisher of the "News, nt write for prices. Tliu rlnwmiU is Mtsattod on the
many way* more paiticul.irly in the this place, states that he has taken J., T. & K. W. Ry., || m Hon south of I slat kit.Hut.siiiiia .
S. JONES, selection of seed, proper cultivation, and Hood's Sarsaparilla every spiing for 11yeais
IllglitM, Puttiuui tiK, Kliv.N .
1 the proper grade of fertilization. When except in IWta, wlien ho neglected
it and was stiicken witli fever which
ATTORNEYATLAW.rrjsVILLE we consider the
innumerable number of confined him to Ills bed for 10 weeks. A TIO XAI j
enemies the tomato plant has to contend
BREVARD CO., FLAt
with in the shape of insects, blight and English clergymen In poor parishes Home-Seekers

County Judge of Brevard County.L. fungous diseases, the wonder is that so have to turn their hamls to all kinds ofwork.

Urge a crop of it is annually made, for A Sutherland vicar, who acted REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

GAULDEN, it is certainly within the mark to say also as dentist for his parishioners,

that 25 per cent of the plants set out hauled out 25(100( teeth during a long
Exchanging Property for Property aSpecialty.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, never get the length of bearing any ciop. ministry. foetid Description of what

nil practice In all the Courts of the State There are few, if any, crops that give you have, and what you want.MALAHAB .
Horma,and the United States Courts.i the grower such a quick cash return as A Narrow Escape.

i 0. Box,238. TITUSV1IXK, FLA. the tomato. Therefore, every one should Indian River, FLORIDA.V. .
Thankful words wiitteu by Mrs. AdaE.
Money to Loan. 18 use all the means in his power to makoas Hart, of Groton, S. 1). "Was taken <\ CARROLL,

good a crop as possible. The first with a bad cold which scttltd on my Real Estate Agent.Choico .

GOLDSMITH, step towards that end is to get good lungs; cough set in and finally terminated
in consumption. Four doctors
seed, for upon the quality of seed depends abovo out HOTHLi I NIL at Sarno Urovard
gave me up, Baying I could livo but ashoit reprosonts roughlyl u . .
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW a crop or no crop. While it is no time. I gave myself up to my County, Florida, which Is only } of a mllo south of the depot of Kan Gallic, Fla., Winos
doubt cheaper and less troublesomo to Savior, determined If 1 could not stay and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida Kast Coast H'y. lias do- Liquors

buy seed from with my friends on earth, I would meet pot, postollico and telegraph otlio.. The hotel and soven cottages aro located on . rind Cigars,
Btusvillo, Florida.CARYELWES a teputablo dealer, yet if my absent ones above. My husband ten acres of land fronting on tho Eau Gallio River, with view of Indian Uiver on tlie
one wants a crop true to name and acclimated was advised to get Dr. King's New Discovery east, less than half a mllo distant, and the Atlantic Ocean 2)) miles away. Is practically (luiiraiiteed Pnro.

to tho country, he had better for consumption, coughs and new buildings completed in IS'.MI. The hotel and evoiy cottngo is furn.Ished sold it induced

save his own seed lrom tho best specimens colds. I gavo It a trial, took in all eight and most of tho furniture and linens havo never been used. Two artesian pi Ices
he find bottles. It has cured mo, and thank wells, pipes and sowors; 3> cisterns, all connected, give ample supply of the best I lllirteilI
NOTARY PUBLIC, can ; in doing this you God I am saved and now a well and of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former owner |liNV Wine,
STATE AT LARGE. know what you have and what to expect. healthy woman." Tii.il bottles free atK. John Giccn, who diod, and the propelty is now owned by Col. Aaron A IoGrauw fioin

[ Typewriting, taxes paid for nonjmients Being acclimated, it is less liable IS. Chnfleo & (Vs. drug store. of Jamaica, Queen's County, Now Yolk, w bono address after Italy.

tents and accounts collected, to diseases of all kinds, as tho seeds Regular size 50c and #1. Every bottle January 1st will bo Oalc Hill, Kloiida. There Is a largo pavilion KM) feet John B. Togni
etc.BTitusvlile. Correspondence solicited. guaranteed. square, cement floor, cemont walks, water works and garden, ltust of hunting and ,
Florida.J. which are brought from northern or fishing, fresh and salt water; sailing or yachting on Kan Gallio and Indian Rivers; Metropolitan Saloon, |-jl: East Hay St.,
eastern dealers are sure to bo very liable oysters, sea bathing, beautiful scenery; and tho whole Is ready to open as a hotel
to blight, rot and all tho ills tho tomato What do you need in tho way of In one day's timo. Every convenlenee, with kitchen und dining room complete. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
envelopes, note and letter heads, bill Titles The John ) for sale
is porfect. oilginal cost to Green was 114,1)00; now cheap; Wholesale ami llelnllTho
WEBB plant heir to and all
observing tomato heads, statements, tags, cards, etc PWe half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here.
growers will bear mo out in this assertion. shall bo glad to have a sharo of your Address D. L. GAULDKN, Titusvllle, Fla.Or Most Complete
ATTORNEYATLAW, In making tho seed-bed it should work. Wo have a first-class 1ob department Aaron A. DkOhauw, Jamaica, N. Y. Largest and

{Will practice in the Courts of the 7th bo In a warm, sunny location, and made connected with tho Advocate, Establishment South.GEO .
Bicuit.Ii'lbourne. and all wo ask is anriv of your work.Kvrrvl'ody .
so as to bo readily protected timing a HArKKR A
Florida. cold The ground should bo mellowed OUTI>OOKS,M the Now Sporting Magazine, S.
snap. Says So.CoHcnrets Invaluable to the salt water llsherman, tho fiesli water fisherman

thoroughly and slightly fertilized ('ami\ Cutlmrtic, the most wondet tho grouse, quail, snipe, woodoock and haio shooter, the
0. FRIES, C. E. a week or so bcfoie sowing tho seed. It fill iiu'dii'ul iIihio >rv of the ape, pleasant bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, the big gamo hunter, the tourist

should be checked off in mi u a res about and refr. shinir to tho lusle, act.bowels gently wheelman, photographer, boatman and naturalist, Plico lOcts.
,
ami poHitlv lv kliine.VH. liver mid
COUNTY SURVEYOR. Subscription 41.00 Wiito for sample .
per year. copy.GEO.
an Inch each way. In these squares a cleaiisiiiif Hie enure n\Miii, dispel rolda,
cum lieudnuiie evi'V. Iialdtiuil i oiiHtlpatiODutnl LOUTREL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor,
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided, couple of Bccds should bo set and slightly In ioiisn. h Piea buy und try u box No. 1 Madison Ave., New Yoik, N. Y.
covered, and when the bed is all sown ofU.C.C im ; HI. STn cents. Hold and
.ipping neatly done. Estimates for guaranty l the whole bed should belhmly tramped.

1 kinds of engineering works. DisitcJ After the plants put on their second Bet

lint* a specialty.itusville of leaves a spraying with water in which Quito a number of yachts now stop One Man Can Run This Steamboat

nitrate of soda has been dissolved, will at Titusvllle to got supplies while going
Brevard Co., Florida. north and south. Yachtsmen are requested
help the plants to be thiifty and stocky. to note the reliable firms who +Si8 S2&gM

The last of January or early in February aro advertising in the Advocate; or

STEPHEN E. FOSTER, Is the best time to sow tho seed in call at this ollico for Information when \
in need of supplies. 2.CO.
this latitude. If every seed in an ounce

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, would grow it would give enougli plants Doors Sash minds ,

Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, for three acres, but allowing for the half Moulding & Buildine Material.oiiicti.v

to an ounce of seed will give enough .
fcCKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Tm. grow,
Will pay top market pi ices for WHITE
plants for upwards of one acre. A HERON and WHITE EGRKT PLUMES. 2r w r ipOHJIttI

tomato crop should never follow itself ifat GREEN SALTED ALLlOATOIt SKINS lllllCharleston

| Scott. Gobdojt R. Broome.COTT all possible; it does best to follow and SEA HIKD.S (and fur in season). 5"MACIUNKItY S. ( \
Wiite for latest prices. ,
& BROOME, some well-hoed crop, when tho soil has LOUIS STEARN,

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW been kept clean and mellow by thorough Commission Merchant, Sash Weights Cord and
cultivation. The land should be well 101 Beekman St., New York City. rt ,

(over Bank) prepared by plowing and harrowing, and Hardware.

tiami, Florida.EORGE the fertilizers to be used added six to 1IANDI.KH FKOM 1'II.OT IIOUNK.
THEFISHING ntnamhont is 37-ft.lonir, 0's-ft. bourn, 2-ft. ilnpth of hold; draws U Innlies of watnr, ami Window and Fancy Glass
ahead of time. A
ten weeks setting out vltl run eight mllos n hour, lias eahln lixll fuet, with HM-ft. h<* d-r good rule to go by in this is to prepare galley, xs ft, fan aecomiiHHliire six or olgtit tiorson*easily Itiirns eltlinr wikhI or uoul. HultWa lAliTY.BO .
W. ALLEN GAZETTE aide for ploasure purposo or light rreigi lit or fishing IniHlmmn will duplicate for *l,20O, orThl
your land when your seed-bod says you will alter to suit conditions, atprlron from (wkluo to f l fim).

have a good stand of plants. The most (ESTABLISHED 1884.) MKKKIM.-MTKVKNM KNtlINKKKINO CO., YEARS'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, important thing about the tomato crop A. IIISTOIIV OF TUB WORLD'SFISUERIES. 13S & 140 Kast liny St., Juokaonvllle, Fin. Knglnenrs, Contractors, Kto, EXPERIENCE

ey West, Florida. is the quality of the fertilizers used, and Tho only weekly pnblleatlon. la
Will in other are there so mistakes world Ucvutril exclusively to the
practice in
the United States no crop many Pom me re In I Klshrrlea. Fish Culture
ml State Courts. 9jun05R. made on this point as in this crop, una Aatural History of Flab.
THE OFFICIAL. OROAN OF" TUB TRADE.A HOMESEEKERS
and to be sure wo are right in this we Valuable Medium for Advertiser*.
have to consult the chemical analysis of The FISHINQ GAZETTE sives the dally quotations
\ F. H. HOUGHTON ov the principal Fish markets of thsrountrr. Trtsoc Mamks
the plant, see the kind of food it wants, and all ths news of ths Flahln* World.It .
Is Indlspennabls alike to the FISHERMAN DiaiONSCOSVrllOMT
and provide it with same in the most nd FI8H DEAL.KR. Orders screpled on N. Y". Who Homo in the AO.Anrnns .
CI1H MERCHANTS for price of subscription arc Seeking a mllll s sselrh anil itasnrlpllnn msQtihtklv
DENTIST. palatable form possible. A ton of tomatoes 91.HI per rear, postpaid to (Jolted s.i'srlaln imr ftplntnn rrss wnslhsr saInvmtllmi
States and Canada > ftmhnlily |inliiiUlils. < oilimuiilftstl -
from the soil .)()-lbs. of
removes 2. o per J ear, postpaid tcountries. Forelstn nsnlrltlr Daytona, Florida.ALPH nitrogen, 11-lbs. phosphoric acid, and Send for.sample copy. South should send to tho undersigned triH. Ohtwnl isksn ituMiM'r tFirmiifh fur M HNtuiriitH A Co.patents.I'stsnia reuslvatprrUU .

42-lbs. potash. Now that is the key of Address tvttiri>, wll liout ulinnfW, In the

> the proper ratio of these elements in THE MAIL FISIIITO, & EXPRESS GAZETTE.BLDO., for a of the Scientific American.A .
copy
E. SMITH
M. D.
the fertilizer to be used on tho crop. Z03 BROADWAY, tuMiflsnmslrUliialrnlsil wmiiv. Isnmst cjr.rillstlidl .
l f snv snlsnliltn loiimsl. 'rsrins. l av
>
Right here is tho point where carelessness SEW YORK. r- four months U HnMlivsil n w ilRl rj.

PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON.Ipeclalist is a great mistako in this matter. MUNN&Co.3BB'"d"NewTork
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.We
in Genital Rectal Too much of any one of those elements Ursuoh omiw, W r.' Mt. Wsshluslnn, UCAA&
Urinary an When you are about to buy anything
in the fertilizer applied Is not only useless
cast glance over the Advocate
Diseases.lAVFOitD just a
as far as that crop is concerned, but columns, where yon will find the advts.of 'UOVUI "fo i/ixA/?!

Florida.Ksf may be a great detriment to a profitable many tellable merchants, whom we have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for TAMPS TWHy MOT HAVE VOUr
There is little danger of should like our readers to patronize. lt.1,1 ss WORK DONI BY QUICK
crop. very Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest in tba United States. I r.nisls-n CHEAPANOAREUABLtIpiiH
the tomato too heavily,
fertilizing crop,
We would esteem the favor if our Apply to fl"M. ITCCL0IE ..WACnLsJ >
leaders but there Is very great danger in fertilizing Keep Your Eye on Pfmln
when writing or calling upon [ SE/LS.BRASS CHECKS.I .
>nr advertisers to purchase merchandise, it improperly. The proper grade And other things as well. Read a re. JAS. E. INCRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

Itc, would mention ohould near as liable newspaper-during these ootcltlngdays.
the Advocate.mgo of fertilizer analyze, as I BIGGEST PLAN
'The Weekly News, Savannah, FLORIDA KAST COAST U'Y,
possible, as follows : six per cent phosphoric Ga., Issued Mondays and Thursdays and ''INTHE SOUTH

Grovo and Residence acid, ten per cent potash and live forwarded by morning mail trains, brings ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

per cent nitrogen. Organio fertilizers you all the news. You can depend on
for Sale.A what it prints the news all the time
should never be used on a tomato crop,
only $1.00 a year, 60 cents six months,
VIGOROUS.MANIEK
WEAK MEN MADE .
fine grove and garden property ofacres but from half a ton to fifteen hundred 25 cents three months. Subscribe now.Bemit .

fronting on the Indian River pounds per acre of the grade of fertilizer toThe

ln( extending back to the county road above indicated is sure to give good Weekly News, Savannah, Ga. MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO.ConoYer

Sharpes about 15 miles south oftusville results.I .
known as the Brock placet;
W bearing trees; good house, four wish to say something also oa the

'"oms and kitchen; servants' house and best variety to grow. My preference, Sharing Parlor. I '0 y. s' UAY. H'"D4"C. "a/wflsY.

?acklng house. Price, $4,500.00. after nine years' experience among all What PEFFER'S NERVIGOR Did!

Apply to for the dwarf champion. ItIs It art* iHjwrfuily mat -luiita.C r a wDfn Uothom
is
Robbins & Graham varieties, fill. Votiin* ni n rctfttln loot tnttithtMiili OMmttri
tho earliest, and its Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln r Attys. for owners, almost a* early as ; sf\n ss sssss to urn ri iiiiiM., I o ft Vltnlltr*
Titusvllle Fla. is unsurpassed; it will stand close Imuotciry, Mlifhtvly irmlailnnHsl Hl luirV tr.eUsivtr .
quality
* YmU\m M'morr.V -tl .it ltl -
thus increasing the yield perl r.n.1 aH *[Frt of *lf alwtS **r xemtntm and
planting, in>ticrtum. Wurii* otf limitnlir n Aonmifnpti.fu
and stands straight up without any PIANOSCHICAGO ]>*iq tlwtrtriiiriiiNi lnitir ii a WitrthtM** iitmiitiit.ii onfiu
WANTED AGENTS. acre, hfn'ttu****It yl hU (*MrmntfrvrtitiU Innlstton bfnu
whatever. To get the most out PKKrKtt'H N KU VKsOIC. or a *n<. lor 1 ..
support Vmn b *imrrltxl In v i p however, care must betaken < " pmw ItnM, or 4ft t* >*. with A l" >aitlv irltt
variety
The Confederate Soldier in the Civil of any 44-t-ir attf to CJ r* r H *ru l *-
war, contains 500 pages 12x16 Inches, not to let them overbear, a Is COTTAGE ORGANS. Hnni>v. P itihl* t fr Mud. I f ilrutfiilNt*. A
Q4 over 1,100 battle their tendency a dozen perfect
large
scene*, porrrSf always
.
Solil by J U. Hcruvcn. only.Royaltansy
maP*> etc.' The greatest and larg being worth more than three *
specimens Lowest Prices Terms.
est War Book ever published, and the Imperfect ones. No more fruit ; Easy
dozen
only one that does Confederate
justice to the
soldier should be allowed to form than the plant
and the cause he fought pills
vASent* wanted everywhere to sell *ill easily mature and ripen. If too Write for Catalogues.

*nn book on our new and easy plan.lny are allowed to grow, it weakens KKfroirWovirur.D4 w,rUt>i tsOai anf w*rmitmt vrHriiAA fur up*
* of the lady and gentlemen agents many todisease. & LANK MUSIC COMPANY, prtMwl, aHMlv*, Mivnty or p.lnf.itOMfiHturitUja.
the plant and then it has a tendency .Now HjmhI hf arwmr iuOilAtllaa. >
HS are at work r making from $50 touo few of these 24 Eaat Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla.H. iB lhfor C4t tlt M orttmnm. Ii -
per month. Veterans and Attention to a w r f ! *- tmlt tl.M.*. jrtvm*
sons
p p r. M p r tw*. < *ii Bos!. 0nt
*"5bter of Veterans, and others Inter- details will Insure a satisfactory crop, S. MEADOR al 4 tn plain wmppw. *fton l u Inatroy
fur |M.rttonlnr _aj l4 a>r Umt
,i *1"6 requested to send for a beau- particularly where the fertilization has
:""}l illustrated descripUve circular (free) Washington aranae,
*?1? to *genta." "Addm* Courier- been along the rroper 1Snes* The ADYOCATE does neat clean Job Printing.
Journal Job C. K. McQ cabbie. TITUSVLLLE, FLORIDA. Sold by J. Bs.ScroTCii. only*
Co.
PnnUng Louisville, Ky.



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INDIAN BIVKB ADVOCATK, MARCH 11. 1898.IHDIAH .



where she. has been living for Central StampingCo.., of New Tork; to the prisoners' fund. to tne SAYE MONEY And Buy From ****
JUYER ADVOCATE. +- also Mrs. J. Kline. There appearing no objections
years, and is at the WiddorfAstorla road as laid out and viewed, from Fort
says the Daily (Delaware) KESOLUTIOXS Of CONDOLKXCE. Pierce to Five Mile Creek, the same is
4.WBBKLV JOUimAL DIIVOTSD TO TUB DBTBlrOrHKNT Gazette. She will be in this country The Union Sunday School, of Eau hereby declared a public road.It .
LABBWOBTM Oallie March Cth and the ordered that as to the road
r THK INDIA* BIVBB travel met passed was
AXD aiHCAVKB BAT BOTIOMB.PUBLJHUKI for several weeks, will following resolutions on the death of from Titusvllle to St. John's river, as
ncross the continent and through Charles Elmer Bennett : viewed, laid out and posted, there being Grain Hay Feed Garden Seeds Flour

) KVEKV FMDAY.Chablk the south, visiting many colleges Resolved, For as much as It hath too many objections to declare the same ,
and scientific institutions. She pletscd Almighty God in His wise Providence a publio road, all proceedings are hereby
to take out of this woild of sorrow annulled.It Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.
H. W i.TOit, Editor & Proprietor.Mftcnntlnuaare has in mind the establishment of a our young brother, Charles Elmer was ordered that the clerk of the
Temple of Science, but her ideas Bennett; be It further Board procure a plat-book, and have all

or B m
at tM Cook who was Tennessee and highly prized member. Though we The road report of F. II. Boye, T. A. beast.
Lady Frances deeply and sincerely mourn the loss of Robinson and E. C. Swinton was accepted 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, pLi
Check,etc, may >e made payable to ChablbhH. Claflln, and who occasionally our young brother, we meekly bow to and notices were ordered to be Office: <
Waltom,publlnhor and proprietor writes some interesting articles the divine will of IIIm who doeth all posted according to law.

for the Advocate. Mrs. Murtinwhs things well.Resolved. The following bills were audited aud
Addreim all communication* to Victoria Clfiflin and married that the Union Sunday ordered to be paid : McMURRAY Carriage and
P. E.
ADVOCATE, school extend their most heartfelt sjmpatby J It Walker, co. com I 4 00
INDIAN RIVER first a New Yorker named Woodhull. to the parents, brothers and sister W II Sharpe, " 7 00
TlTtiaVILLB, FLORIDA. She and her sister started astockbroking in their' sad bereavement. That a J Houston, 1120 &
firm in Wall street, copy of these resolutions be printed in J Mendel, 4 40
New York Obkh b.Metropolitan. and followed this with CMIIn'sWeekly. the Indian River Advocate, and that J N Waller, 23 40 BAKER, Materials.!
1 Maillaon Ave.U. up a copy of tho same be forwarded to his J I' Brown, waiting on co. corns, 400ItoncH
llnildlnir
Mrs. Wood hull and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. Bennett, at J P Brown, jailor, janitor, fff. dogs 30 00A Dealers in
sister went to London. There both Eau Oallie, Fla. Also a copy be forwarded A Stewart, clerk and auditor. 00 2.>
married well ; one Mr. Biddulph to his brother and sister, Edward T J Cocksliutt, registration officer. 10 41D Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasuie and Business Vehicles, nand Cartsetc,&[
S. I>ep rtm 'iit of Agriculture banker the other A. Bennett and Mrs. E. C. Hazard, L Oaulden, prosecuting attorney 33 33I Bicvcles. Sundries, etc.Main .
AVcntlicr Jturcuu Jupiter, Flu.Tho Martin, a wealthy 22nd street, Rochester, N. Y. ) I, Oaulden, cow fees 100 00T and Church Sts.. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.IF .
Sir Francis Cook, both of London, Union Sunday School, Eau Oallie, Fla.Mrs. T Wet more, ice I 00C

slate- England. W. II. Adams, Sup't.Mrs. II Walton, blank paper 3 50A
following m ft comparative JII.. D. Smith court 10 50A
of ami r.iinfall for the bec'y. A Stewart, clerk county
mont temperature
circuit 10 25
week ending Tueitd.iy, Mar. 8, 1HBS1S08 SPANIARDS GOING TO WAR. A Stewart,
1807MAX. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS J .Mendel, copying minutes 500 The NewSelden
-
J Mendel, recording roads 0 30
MI*.
WIN. MAX.
2 7.1 6.1 7H CO We received this week, from Mr, C. P. PROCEEDINGS. I J P Biown, sheriff, county court 42 70
3 71 4 7.1 lid 7i Gardner Walker blankets jail
&
,
( I!) 78 72 In aiinttle washed up by the ocean on of Brevaid County Commissioners ,
Oaidner & Walker desk office 18 30C
5I
reg.
(I 72 78 7.1 the bench at that place. The truncation, met on the above date pursuant 00E
7 70 HI 7I 72 kindly furnished us by Attorneys Geo.M. when the Boiikniicht, aid to pauper 2
to adjournment, following
\V Hall bal. 1800 tax 241 40A
7.1 GO 7 members W. II. ,
weie present : Sliaipe A Stewart lecoiding deeds. 7 45I
,
Total rainfall for the week: 2.00 Indira la Hi* follows: chairman; J. Mendel, .1. It. Walker, J. It State Bank, inteicst 28 52 Opened October 1st, 180U, turned the steam on to
Departure fioin normal rainfall for the "To the Town of LucenHO and to (JulHcU Houston, J. N. Waller; A. A. Stewait, Elect Mo Light Co. 8 2.>
week: plim 2. J.> Inches, Departure la general: 'I he hods of Lugo, w hoH.iiluil clerk; J. P. Biown, sheiiff. Paupers 1)0) 00 One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash, Bli;
from normal rainfall itiiico Januaiy 1, lor the Inland of Cuba, with IIIhExcelleucy The following business was transacted Town of Cocoa, road tax for 1800 414.)
minus 2.'I4 indies.J. General lilanro, send giee'- to-wlt : K W LaKoche, road work 45 00J and General Wood Working Plants in the United States.;
this moment of It was ordered that the financial statement
W. CitejNK, Observer.IIATB. In s t our families at S Keane, d8 10J
entering Into Cuban waters."Dominoo. of the county, for the year ending N Waller, ' . 50 00W
Ciiieiioh, Dee. .'))0, 1807, be published In the Cocoa II Sharpe, 100 00It And with expeiienced management, (covering a past experience of eitlvears
5Uvrki. Caiianas, and Rockledge News.It A Conkling, . . 21 00R in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the bw
TOBACCO GROWING."Cuban a.voki. sanciikh, was ordered that Mrs. J. Lewis bo 4 00 Possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our production will m
Ma.nuki. Mkilav, stricken from the pauper list after this 1) A Onln Conkling, ferryman" 4 00J Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Mateilals, Tanks, Glass, ettCHAS.

tobacco in Florida, how Juan IIaiiiioa, month. 1* Biown, ciim. pros. co. court. 115 28J
rKDHD .SANVIIPS, The county treasurer's monthly repoitof "
P Brown .1.10 15J
how it how ,
to It to cure to
grow "
the finances of the also of the
TL'XQt'IN EAeilAIUlO. county,
P Brown, feeding state prisoners 53 20A
make it Is the title of an instructive RWELSHANS
pay, fine and foifeiture fund, was examined
pamphlet by Mr. Kline Notk: Lugo Is u province of Oalllcl.t, and approved; and J. X. Waller and J. A Stewart, cleik county court 4ti 0.1A ,
00S
A Stewart, accountant 15
in tliu ninth-western part of Spain. The
O. V'arn, of Fort Meade, a section nearest; seapoi t In Coi unna.Theie Houston the were appointed turned a committee the to Norton, wood for jail 3 50
destroy wan ants over by
of the state where the raising and Is no date to the above letter, treasurer ns per schedule. Tho treasurer the The(list Boatd Monday adjourned in Apiil,to 1808.meet again COAL TAR PLASTER
curing of tobacco bus bet-n carried hut it must have been thrown oveiboaiil also exhibited n ceitillcate from the CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, ,
on in recent years with great success. qui to a while ago, ait Cuba In many miles Brevard County State Bank that the balance
The chief drawback that fiom Canaveral, and It had doubtless along was there on doposlt. YOU NEEDaOood, Reliable and
and eventful tlip befoio being landed The treasurer was instructed to place Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for HAIR AND LATH. *
Florida farmers have found on entering on tho Florida coast. In case the $150 out of the fine and forfeiture fund the Advocate,
upon tobacco culture is ignorance families und people referred to In the
as to methods of cultivation letter have not heard from their beloved State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.

and nnd ones, we will, with the permission
curing, stripping
send the unique despatch < 13 Hogan Street
of Mr. Honeywell, Old 'Phono 8. )j\
grading, and the thousand and one to the mayor of Lucense, la Spain.
details involved in bringing tobacco CLOTHING. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.Bekxard .

from the seed to the smoker.Mr. Wanted. .

Varn's book deals with every
item in a clear and conclso form, Save your bones and send tliam to the Abel. Petek J. Xevisi

nnd should be in the hands of every Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jacksonville
Fla. Will cash for them. Shoes Hats Underwear
Florida farmer who intends to pay . .BERNARD ABEL & CO. .
try his luck with what is destined ,

to bo tho chief money crop of the Roseland.J. .

state. The book will be found invaluable Merchants
to those who are unable Q. Underbill and O. Ferguson, of etcBiggest Commission -
Roclielle N. Y. tho ofT. ,
New are guests
to the benefit of
procure experienced S. Drake, of Tillby Cottage.II. ,
tobacco growers, and who Corner Washington and Jay Streets, NEW YOIX
B. Smith, of Chicago, Is spending a
desirous of the science
are learning few in Roseland the of L. C. Stock
the
days guest on East Coast.
of raising n crop which requires, Moore, of Ercildottne plantation.A. JTL01UI>A PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY.

more than any other, special E. Campbell is here, and Is making Refer to Irving National Bank, New Yoik; to all Commercial Agcnciei; to
knowledge of the subject as to the quito a number of improvements in the Florida Growers, wliose shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt repljas
method of manipulation und the Hlrsch grove, also giving it a heavy to market prices, or any information in our line. *
time and manner of handling in application of foitilizor.

the various stages of Jts growth.Tho Several good showers have mnde the

price of the book is fifty cents, gaiduners feel much better, as the continued

and it is well worth many times dry weather bad commenced to FERTILIZERS.
affect tho vegetables.
that sum to the prospective tobacco ...

grower. Eau Gallic

ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
THE NORMAL CONDITION OF
Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Smailes have returned VEGETABLE FERTILIZER.
SOCIETY. from a pleasant outing on their
houseboat. Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to grown,

The author of "National Money," The schooner Queen stopped here a because they are the very highest standard of excellence.
short while last Friday, carrying a number
our esteemed townsman Mr. Adhemar
of for Nassau.
passengers For other crops wo haveARMOUR'S
Brady, has produced another
The Woodward photographlo outfit ismoorod
work somewhat along the at the railroad dock this week. Su3&r .3r** ORANGE TREE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
same lines entitled "The Normal
Bishop Gray left here Monday morning FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
Condition IT IS A GRAVE MISTAKE
of
Society. To those for Tropic and Banyan, on board Mr.Merrill's .
"who are interested in social problems launch. BLOOD, BONE AND POTASn.

and the many suggestions put Miss Lillian Thompson, of Davtona, To Your DRESS GOODS. Compare our analyses with those of We can ji
forward for the amelioration of has been a guest of Mrs. W. II. MeIntyre Buy any other manufactures.

our conditions, the work will be several days, returning home . you other Fertilizers or Fertilizer materials.

found worthy of thoughtful con Tuesday.Rev. without first Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Analp*
sideration. We have not had time S. F. Oove will preach at the sending to
prices etc. furnished
on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.
church next
Sunday
to study the work thoroughly, but Baptist morning

&hows hurried that the glance author over has ita expended pages and Judge evening.and Mrs. Martin, guests at The Surprise Store ARMOUR & COMPANY,

much Hotel Granada, are spending a few days *
care and thought upon its at the Royal Poinciana, Palm Beach. Jacksonville. Fla.
ompilation, and while we have not ,
Merrill who has been
Henry visiting
much belief that any particular his brother John W. Merrill at
Troplo, *
good ia ever done by the publication left Monday for his home at Spring valley ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. Cable Address: MercaduitaN.Y. ESTABLISHED p. O. B0I.J

of theories as to what should 111., very well pleased with his Florida 1S70.

be believing rather that "what trip.A FOR SAMPLES OF THE MANY I-

ever is, is right" it is, nevertheless lease of the Stulta building having
interesting to read the ideas been seeured, the work of fitting up the Importer A Commission Merchant of

of those who, like the author, are new library be no longer and reading delayed.room will probably NEW AND STYLISH GOODS .FOREIGN

fconestly striving for what they believe The steam yacht Walklka made a AND DOMESTIC FRDITS..

will lead to the betterment of short stop here on her journey south.Com. RANQE3 "* VBl0m A SPECULTl'
our social conditions, and finally Rooms and Mrs. Roome are enjoy 27 and 20 Beaver St., NEW YORK.
consummate the happiness and satisfaction ing a trip from New York, making a circuit MARKET

of mankind. of Florida, thence along the Mississippi Oranges, bright, per box. REPOBT $3 75 to 5 00
and expect to end a very enjoyable | It Is the Largest as well as the most Up-to-Date Store in the State, and an russets 3 80 to 4 00
cruise sometime In May. Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives prompt attention the Strawberries ' 03J
day received, refrigerator, per qt.!! . 0 25 to
Tub family quarrel is always Services at St. John's church last Sunday open crates, qt. 010 to 0 30
very severe till it cornea to real were very interesting, with Infant or. Potatoes, second crop, per bbl 300to 800
trouble when ia and adult baptism at the morning service Beets, per crate 073to 100
forgotten
animosity "
and confirmation service in the Proprietor of tho SURPRISE STORE per 100 bunches I60to300
and every brother lends his evening, with an instructive address Celery, per doz 0 15 to 050

aid to light the common enemy. from Bishop Gray. Inclement weather ST. AUGUSTINE Cabbages, per bbl crates . 075tolOCaulillower
Thus it will be with this country prevented a large attendance. FLA. per ibbl basket. . lOOto 150gg
' '
and England. Should any real One of the prettiest places on Indian *-' plant" per" orange box ' '*". 250to4w
trouble ever it will be found River is owned by Mrs. Thomas Barbourat pineapple crate. . .. 350towreen 900
come, this place, her cosy little bungalow ACETYLENE GAS. peas, per crate 3 60 to 400
that our English cousins will be being surrounded by stately palms, orange . Lettuce, per basket 0 73 to 175
ready to help us morally and actually and grapefruit trees, and a garden Peppers, per carrier . . 4 00 to 500

as far as lies in their pow- of roses of the choicest varieties, all ia The NeW Licht.Onethird more light for one-fourth the cost string beans" per wax crate ' ' 2 80 to 350
450
*r, and were conditions reversed full bloom. Mrs. Jturbour picked a"Mb. of electric light. Five thousand candlepower -. per green crate . . ,. 3C0toiornatoes
apple from her pine plantation on hours for one dollar. Generators from $15.00 up to $700.We per carrier 1 23 to 250
the same would be the case. Wednesday, of a ll.ivor which all who contract for supplying plants and Installation complete for cities, towns Cucumbers, per crate. 200to 3 50

partook of it said was unequalled. As villages, halls, churches, and dwellings anywhere in North, Central and South grapefruit, per box 5 00 to 7 00'
Mrs Victoria WooDnuLL-MABTiif I guests Mrs. Barbour has tulin g 7Uh America. per bbl 1 23 to 1
'her her Mends Mrs.
editor of tbe Humanitarian, has ,.aterson< Nj..;, and Mr.Sidney Spg,ue of General.Offices for the South, Bishop Bollding, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

Arrived at New York, from London, I son of the second vice-president of the'' ACETYLENE GAS CO. The ADYOCATE does neat, clean Job Printing.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 11, 18 8.Miami. .


This is a move in the right direction.

J' n. Wynn was circulating
sd dvllcteas. among
l bis friends here this week, in the interests FERTILIZERS
of a well-known Jfew Yoik commis
sion house.R. /* M

Harper and B. J. Hllliard went over
to Bonaventure on Tuesday to plow their

young beans. They report good prospects
for a tine crop.



crop.Georgiana. TO3Pin.eLppl



Lee, Tuesday Hughes evening.took tea with Mrs. : ; ; | Gro'wers..


Miss Etta Mapes returned from Mel
bourne the fliBt of the week.Mm. ..AllAx* oun <% rCoartlllsBoir.
Price $25.OO.GUARANTEED 2JT"* Befoio buying tho following Materials be suro and apply tous
POWDER
Maude Wagner left on Monday
Absolutely Pure for Miami, on a visit to her father, Rev. hiH ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money.
E. V. Blackman."Uncle" .
Moisture S to 10B STEAMED BONE, RAW BONK,
Hughie shipped three crates Aimmmta to H 4
of beans Friday. He will have more to Equal Avallnble to Sulphate l'hoKiituirla of Ammonia AcltlKinml .. 20 5 to to Sfl BLOOD AND BONK, ACID PHOSPHATE,

DOTAL KINO POWDI* OO.,KIW VOSK. ship this week, and expects good returns hib to Hone riiuxnhate of Lime 11 to 1.1 DISSOLVED BONK, NITRATK OK SODA,
lota li kJOKiiual 8 toO
Messrs. Carter and Leo had a success to Sulphate of Totasli to 10A3 SULPHATK OK AMMONIA TOBACCO
ful day's shooting among the "Thousand Ma necia, Lime, Soiln, etc to DO SsTKMS

Islands" lecently, bagging 21 ducks. C3T" Write for Special Pamphlet.yjf TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MKAL, HARDWOOD AMIKN,

There will be a quaiterly meeting on COTTON SEED HULL ASHES, KAIN1T AND POTASHKS.
the lllth and 20th Inst. Everybody is Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0Melbourne.

Advocate Is on sale at the news cordially invited to attend the services prices.
ie in the M. E. church.Mrs. .
1 In Royal Palm hotel.T .
Artenslngcrand Miss Bellams, ofnardeville Please Correspond -with uh before beiny induced to buy from DonloiH.Pamplilot. Send for
Fields, of Mlddletown, N. J., Isnin were visiting Miss Anthony
the city on a short business tiip. last Friday. They all went to the beach hi .

0 Painter, publisher of the Florida Saturday and enjoyed themselves Immensely.
LITTLE BROS.
FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE
CO.
LiiltuiUt, DeLand, Fla., spent last

iday In our city. Ray and Lucille Wethey passed a ,

ink Bond, of the famous Bond happy afteinoon with Eva and Nellie
ibcrCo., of DeLand, Is in the city, Owen, playing croquet and parcheesi.Mrs. CTa.clssorLT7-illo, ZE loria.cu
registered at Hotel Blscayne.ipt. Owen surprised the quartette with
a dainty little tea party.Heibert .
Rose, of Klsslmmee, Fla., ar- Mrs Thomas Gioen's.Messrs. .
1 In the city this week nnd will be Leo and wife took the St. When a Customer calls for Wheat Flonrhe
led at Hotel Miami for a few days.L. Augustine this week for Titusville, en Collins, Btyloy, Birton and Spring
route home to Kansas City, after a pleasant fiOOPE & nniIE Ileal Gstato anil Loan.Alicnt Mai tin woio tratimtcling busiuuss in Lotus
Hoffman left for Chicago on last visit of seven weeks with Dr. Lyman, for /Una, Lomlon anil Liverpool anililoliK the early part of tho week.Tho .
on a slioit business ( ,anil Imperial tire Iimuranre. Special to
morning, Mrs. Lee's father.
expects
iy They are very genial get :
about attention paiil to tlie IntereHts ot nun residents. steamer St. Sebastian had an unusual
to bo two
and expects gone
people, and we hopo to see them here laige pasHt'iigor list on hor return

IS. again. trip from Palm lioach to Titusvillo on
Hodges, of the firm of Hodges & HOTEL OARLETOV, MELBOURNE, FLA.HiMittifuliv Tuesday morning.
frey, extensive lumber dealers of Buy lumber and other building m.'Vteiial nituuteil on a hiprh bluff, overlooking
the Imllun River Klrot-claim aicimiluoilatioiiH Beans are being shipped daily from
urn i Heights, Fla., is registered atil direct from the Builders' btipply ,anil ratea ronMnuahle. Meriitts Island mid down-ilvor
Biscay ne.m. Co., St. Augustine, and save tho lumbei- *'. KOll fc.lt rttUK, Proprietor. points.
The steamer St. Solmsllau have over f>(H)
yard man's commission.
Parsons, traveling representative crates on hor up trip.
]prominent Jacksonville firm, is in WHEN VOIT OO TO MFLHOrfRNK rail at thoItuaiar
Mrs. Cliaa .1. F. ( amphell Co., Millinery This
city in the inteietits of his Him, and When In want of any kind of building Notione, Ory GimmIh, I.ail Ion' reailvmaile GSF3
'l tered at Hotel Connolly, material, in car loads or otherwise, theBuilders' ami woven Umlerwear, Ferri.' Renowneil LaGrange.
Cornet*,etc.,embroidery anil colored Bilk*,
[very enjoyable dance was given atll Supply Co., at St. Augustine, souvenir spoona,Stationery, etc.HOTKL .
Miami on last Fiiday evening.I will be pleased to make you a delivered Things lonk rather lonesome slnco theIves'

I music was unusually fine, and the piice at your station. You have noagent's HKLIFVTE, MELBOITRNK, FLA.Lnvelv family have gone.
; people enjoyed themselves hugely or middleman's commission topay. view of Indian River. In a nhelteredRituation
Superior at coimnixlatlonH. Moderate Everything is growing slowly on account
R. Simmons and wife, of Cocoanut rates. of such continued cool weather.
e, bad a very fine display of guava W. U. CAMI13ELL, rroprlotor.
malatle and jelly on exhibition atJtentofthe Uncle Shad and vtlfo woio calling on
Courtenay.Mrs. friends in Minis, ycsteiday.
Tobacco Growers Assolun
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MEIHOI'RVE, FLA.,. It Is the best: alao tho cheapest, because it gfarthest.
last Tuesday moi ning.be overlooking Indian River: homelike aeeoin.modationH Miss Florence McDonald, of Lake May,
and irooil board. Ratea f 1 50 per .
Tobacco Groweis' Association C, O. BIyth spent last Saturday dav or$11.00 to $7 00 per week, according to Is visiting friend* lieio. Guess that is
edown on last Monday night's train, in Cocoa.Chas. location of room. CHAS.T.Spoolnl McHRIKE.Proprietor.rate, to .River why Jake is dining about so much now. Take no other; Insist on getting tho genuine

are taking in tbe sights of our city.ial and of Mcrritt people. Several of our boys seem to have tlio article.
Cleveland nephew,
: addiesses were made at the tent blues
or something else since Miss Gertieleft.
last week.L. .
ted for them, in the afternoon of were visitors For salo by loading dealers throughout tho Stale.
Tuesday.nator J. Jernegan went to Banyan last LFON A. PfcFK. M. I>., rilYSICIAN AND
.
SL'ROLON, Melbourne, Fla.Welton
fiiends.E. .
E. X. Dira'ck is In town. Heo Sunday with

down with the Tobacco Growers' P. Poicher, of Cocoa, came over If Von Don'tWant SEEDS Field and Garden SEEDS.

elation and spent the entire day in last week to look after his orange grove Stanford, of Now York, a wood of any kind, don't answer
city on Tuesday. Senator Dimickwsys here. brother of Mrs. W. T. Wells, is in town.Mrs. this; If you do, nddieasT.
a welcome visitor to this loy
A. Johnmon
,
Frank LaRoche and wife and son, Carter, Mrs. Walker and the
ako, and his his hand many again.friends are pleased Willie, spent last Sunday with friends inIndianola. Misxes Shilling ami Caitvr are spending LaG range, Fla.Sebastian. Largest Seed House in the State.

a week at the beach.Mrs. .

1 Subscriber, vour attention is drawn Some of our truckers will soon commence M. E. Prossor, also Mrs. W. S.Oilbert Special Vaiieties of Corn for Floilda. Scedt for Foddor riops.
> the namo-and-date shipping potatoes.We of Elmhurst, 111., are guests of
slip pasted upon Hotel Belleview.J. Cassava Seoil, 7*>c. per KM), host. Send for I'lloo List.L. >
pur paper or wrapper. If you are in noticed Miss Jessio Sanders, one
pears, please remit. of Indianola's charming young ladies, in L. D.irgan and daughter, Miss R.N. Sunday L. Hunt, of Narrows, was in town on CAMERON, Seedsman,

town last Tuesday.T. Dargan, of Atlanta, were guests of

Fort n. Sanders and wife, of Indianola, Hotel Belleview, tho past week.T. Frank Hunter lias just harvestod .'100 125 Ea t Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.AlsoI'aper .

Pierce.r. were visiting relatives hero last Sunday.Col. . S. Sanders, of Indiinola, was the Indian pumpkins. | Sholl Peacan Trues, 1 to 2 years, Olustuu stock, (12 per 100,
II. J. Tiffin's Indisposition at his guest of his friend, AIox. Uoode, from Scott Braddock spent Sunday at the

C P. Platts is having an office Montreal home still continues, but his Saturday until Tuesday. Nai rows.Jas. .

t near bis residence.apt. early recovery is hopefully anticipated.M. Miss Mamio Holmes, of City Point, returned A. Gioves Is supplying our homo

A J. Lewis returned from a trip S. Sams and T. H. Sanders left for home last Saturday, after spending maiket with line cabbage. Fertilizers.

tbe river Monday. Jacksonville on Tuesday, to be gone a a week as tho guests of the Misses The schooner Queen passed hero, Saturday .

C Dittmar left on Tuesday's train few days on business.Col. (ioodo.Mrs.. going south.
Geo. W. Holmes, of City Toint,
I ort Lauderdale.ur Tiffin shipped a lot of horses, spent a few days in town the past week, Root anil Mossback, the Melbournopaintors Beforo making your purchases write to

truck growers are now shipping cows and goats to St. Augustine on the the guest, of Mrs. A. lee and Mrs. R. W.Oooile. were here this week.

stables. F. E. C. Ry. last Saturday.F. Ell Walker, of Woodley, was in town

r. and Mrs. Lane have moved back P. Harper purchased nine hogs, a Last Monday evening, Rev. S. D. Paine, Tuesday. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
L ofUardeeville
calf from Argetslnger,
and
lylor creek.rs. cow
lecture
last Saturday.G. of Jacksonville, gave his splendid Ralph Dawson and Allen Poppell attended ,
Hogg, accompanied by Mrs.n on "The Siege of Sabastopol." This divine service hero Sunday,
B. nail and sister, Miss Sal lie Hall, of the best lectures of the session.
returned from St. Augustine was one Geo. F. Paddison, Eau Gallie's enterprising For Prices and Terms. Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tr *
irday. of Faustina, were in town one day last Dr. Paine is a fine orator, and ashe lumber and hardware merchant
,
week interviewing our merchants.R. was an officer in the English army at call here few and Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.
made business
a days
. B. a ago.
Raulerson
returned from TitusMonday. that time, he tells plain facts, for he
> S. S. Grant and wife, of Indianola,
.
Paine and wife
was there. Dr. were Prayer meeting every Thursday night
and the Misses Phmbe and Katie Cleveland Hotel Carleton while here. Stock of Goods at Titiisyille Tla.
r. Tancre, of Ankona, was in town of Merntt, were calling here last the guests of at the M. E. church. kept ,

|day this week.t. Friday.Mrs. Bishop William Crane Orav spent last Our young folks are preparing to organize

Bronson has just completed a finer returned home from Sunday with us, dedicatlag Holy Trinity a choir, and will practice every so as to avoid delay In shipments.E. .
S. C. Harper
three members for .
r for A. Hal] church and receiving Wednesday evening.We
for outside fishing.C last Saturday on the steamer
Banyan confirmation Mrs. Kate Olllman, Miss Gen'l. O. CAKT-ELrTBS
SUDLOW Manager
,
several to that Mrs. Morrow
after spending days are report
> Bass is moving his stock of goods Courtney, Gladys Wells and Standford Wells. This sorry
liaml, having rented a place there.f. with relatives there.P. church Is now one of tbe neatest in tbe has been quite ill for the past week.L. Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, Tltuavtllev

LeFils, representing Benedict, J. Parramore, of Sanford, and E. W. state, having lately been finished and J. Boyd has his boat at Kroegei'aboatyard
at* Co., of Jacksonville was visit- Hall, accompanied by his daughter and furnished with lamps, carpets and pretty for repairs.
our merchants son, George, were visitors to the Hunt stained windows.Mrs. .
Tuesday. Lawson O'Brien and Kroegel Bros,
Hastle, father and friend Club grounds this week. drive The to latter the Dupee and her charming daughter. visited Titusville in their cat-boat Louise Florida Electro Plating Works.
J Mr. a were party were given a carriage Miss June M. Dupee, of Boston, this week.Mrs. .
the
5 Michael last week, from Hall hammock sugar plantation, on have been the guests of the Orand
' i ork. Mr. Bast.J. Mass., H. B. Howard led a interesting
river very
by
Banana for tbe psat two weeks.
View cottage
|>e Rev. Outland held sendees In the G. Bast, of the ostrich farm, had Miss Dupee, by berdramatlo and humorous last meeting of W.tbe B. Epworth Butler will League lead Gold, Silver, and Nickel Plating.
Sunday.
nodist church last Sunday, to large the launch Adele provisioned and started recitals, has won a large number of next Sunday. The League had a business Bicycle Parts, Revolvers, Tableware, Watches, Jewelry, etc., replaUw la -
legations.so. on a crnise down the Indian River, friends In Melbourne, and added much Thursday night. workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. Office : 81 W. Fersjtu 8*,
meeting
F. Paddison, of Eau Gallte, was early last Sunday morning. He was accompanied to the pleasure of all who have attended JACKSONVILLE .
Lucien and We trust it will be
Moosieurs tbe Chautauqua.
easant visitor by J. II. DOBBINS .
to town Monday, callon Manager.MIAMI
have them here
and
the pineapple In this Dumont fluot, of Montreal, Canada, our good fortune to
growers Mrs. Dr. Montague Douglas and young again next year.
LAW CO.
THE JOHNSON
on Don, of Australia. The party anchored ,
shop Gray, accompanied by Archon in the beautiful harbor formed !
Brown, held services In the Fort by the mouth of the Banana river, from Lotus.Messrs. .
ce hotel Friday evening last, to quite where they walked to tbe sea beach and Electrical & Mechanical t
fg congregation.Banyan.. enjoyed a bath in the aurf, and then visited

the wild orange grove on the "oldcastle" Waylor and Stewart, of Bona-

trees laden grounds with, golden where fruit they, found and at the the venture, was in our burgh this week.E. ENGINEERS. Town Lots Now on Sale !

same time bedecked with fragrant orange B. Ebersold and daughter, of Oceanus -

ops in this vicinity are looking much blossoms. From thence they was in Lotus this week, purchasing The Most Complete Electrical Supply
n better since steamed across the Indian River, up supplies.E. .

the recent rains. Eau Gallie river, and to the Sarno hotel R. Provost attended the Japanese House la tbe State General Agent Fir
shop Gray preached in the Banyan estate, of which property they made a fete at Cocoa.Mr. A. E. K1HGSLEY
olnouse last Tuesday evening.ha thorough Inspection. The visitors were ,
completeness Mrs. Toms of New Jersey ELECTRICAL SUITLIE3 :
surprised with the and ,
McMillan has moved Into J. T. pleasantly arrangement* for the entertainment were the guests of Mrs. Green this week.Dr. Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
1 of the
house at Tropic.Jernegancame this novel and Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,
of guests at the fact Chambers and family were visitors switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,
down from Court- unique resort, and marveled at to Lotus this week.Mrs. sockets, lamps, shades, dynamoes
ana spent Sunday wirh friends int that It was closed to the nubile. They and motors annunciators, electrio CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY
t n. returned to Courtenay late in the night, D. Ramsey and Mrs. J. M. Eonls ,
this week.Mrs. bells, push buttons, exte&sion foot
with their trip.orU.r. were making calls one day
'i1'6 Jnes, our school teacher, highly pleased push; burglar and fire alarms, Edison In all parts of the Town. Carefully Selected
proved an excellent instructor. T. Green spent Monday in Cocoa La Lande, Sampson, Sal Amonlac -
and llockledge, returning on the steamer and Imperial dry batteries, batteries
L,8ter, Fruit and Vegetable Lands
?' representing J. D.t Courtney. tor naphtha and gas engloes; onatrifiiiil
, n' commission merchant, of electrio from water engineering
lights power;
our*, Pa., was here this week. The refreshing showers of lata are and Rlvor unci
beneficial to our vegetables and draughting, complete Buy Uiwoiiymo.23T" .
!!na t endance at our public school .. T.rm.C h. Co Agt fruit very trees.Mr. plana and sped ncations furnished.
Solicited from Aotual Investors and Settlers.
J Lrre,1nt ow> to the Correspondence
g
presence
Krtppe among the children.f J. T. Tucker, of Ocean Grove, N.J. THE JOIIXSOK LAW CO.,
for ., left the latter part of this week for Main Office. Hotel Miami
R an order any .
vK\n M b *n appointed agent [Send the Advocatb his home, after spending some time at Jacksonville. Fla. ,
f Coast Line at thj place. Job printing you need.]



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 11. 1898.




THE BANANA PEEL TACKLE.T The successful growers o! Talto o, OMi? on Xxx<3.**xi Xtivoxr.hi Florida East Coast RvTDM



Row a World rtmwii Football Mayor TABLE, NO. 12. IN EFFECT FEBRUARY 14, XV *

CMt to Oriif. Oranges

The football player stood upon the BOUND (Road Down)

4eld before the gauie, and the rooters vns No No 86Si STATTON8,

Ijv Iho thousands Hiuift in praises of his have found that Dally Hj *
out only by L jaokaonviieAr Ar.Lt.. 7 fame. Ho a greitt and mighty center.Mrme TS5p i4Ki' > Tii&p( Hip 8 40a 10 80a ..St. AugnsitneLv ewp
with him con IJ e'en oompa.ro. lie the liberal of fertilizers 145a0OUTH 10 Mia St. Aigustlne, Ar. BJpnibj IDs
use containing 110S> Hastings.... 1>.
had muscle, pluck and backbone and Ar........ '> l .ks7Lt Lv.
COMPANY.
about 13 pounds of hair io% and over of actual INDIAN RIVER & BAY BISCAYNE INLAND NAVIGATION B06an 10 46* Palai ka . _8 0Sp706j

In tho rash and in the scrimmage, in and 'St. op VSIOr Ar.... .Ban"Mat eo.. : Tar*
Commencing January 17th, 1808, the Steamers "St. Augustine" aote 8 06aKKp L San Mateo.._ ... Ar T mTstf
hit tscklo, in the kick, he was two Sebastian" will sail as follows: TRio Lv Kas Tala"isa.Ormund. 1 1Sup

fblivdiis upon tho scissors; be tho lone 10 8 Sp
SOUTHBOUND "St Augustine. 19 52a llBp Daytona.PortOrange. 8 4 blIMp 14i
Potash
twig on the stick ; the only chip upon
tho table; the only bean within the Leave Tltusvllle, Mondays and Thursdays for all points between Titusville ii'ids irp14Hp New Bmyrna..... I Up

the when and Sewall's Point. 1 Oak Hill. !*>
*pup. and chappies they saw P
Arrive Sewall's Point and Fridays 8 TltumrlUeCity ISUp187p
Tuesdays ltOSpitiop 5Hp
.Aim wild and weirdsome whoop Point,
gave a they raise of S22p
can large "St. Sebastian" and Fridays
In the be fought and struggled, crops Leave Tltusvllle, Tuesdays 8 81pt Coooa lStp
game
Arrive Palm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays ...Rockledge Junction.
jsjirt be humped himself with might well flavored colored U45pi' ..Korklaiags Hotels.Kan lisp
richly P
-
"ST. Aiocstink" Leave Titusville Wednesdays and Saturdays. '
Thore his victims, as he dropped them.foninlifMl l sp 4 21ip4BHp Oallle 121Wp
Cocoa, lZ ySISp MelbourneSebastian istsp I*.
from the mortal Pull
sight
fruit.We ' (Up 11 Sea
Arrive Eau Gallie, Fort Pleroe UBOa1411a
opposing 'leven, and the men hesnmshed have some special circulars and pamphlets p Ednn.Jenaen. It(Hal
Sebastian. 47pasjp
"St. 0
completely numbered just exactly on thii subject. They are free, bend NORTHBOUND luwnatMa
seven."What for them. Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays T ipT8&P ; Stuart
Arrive Titusville Jfobe Hound Bkta10a
hot Rise up I" loud he shoutd. GERMAN KALI WORKS Tuesdays and Fridays T4Kp Went Jupiter ... .

"Bring the ambulance this way I Irng oj Numu St., N w York. "St. Auoustink" Leave Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays 8 Up Ar Wwt Palm Foinclana.Beach..... 8 S8Aa at Hi.
Arrive Titusville and sst l p Royal *
those stiffs right off the gridiron) Wednesdays Saturdays 8 top ..Palm Bpaoh Inn.. ftia
hoy aro spoiling every play Oive mesjoinothiug "St. AuoU8TI.sk" Leave Eau Oallle, Thursdays aad Mondays 8 Up860p Lv ..Palm Beach Inn. Ar.Lv.. ISa
Acetylene Gas, aa, Royal Polnelana .. 8 1Ua
else to jump on. Line Kockledge, .West Palm Beach DIM
yourBulls' 48aMHto 4 82p| 9 OOp
Cocoa, ., .Linton T I in
in let 9 sup
up a row Only, only meat "
Arrive Titusville ..Fort Lauderdale.. .
The latest and most Interesting illumlnant 11 0H M14p .
'emI Only, only let me got"The lira 10 51lp .. .Lemon City
Is now offered for sale in the south Oko. F. Mir.ES A, Miami *
spectators marveled greatly, and 80p 11 OOP Ar < ua 8 Si*: It
For biilllancy, safety and cheapness, it Gen'l Manager. *
(hey howled with furioas mirth, southbound, lv.BocklodieHotels St. Augustine 3:80
say surpluses anything heretofore produced, Ho.8 Palm Beaoh Limited, : p.m. Ornioiiii 4 It
ing. "Is not he a corker? He's the and Is creating a sensation wherever Paytona 4.88 p. m., 6M p.m., Royal Polnelana 8 66 p n P u JJSTofiePaJm

greatest one on earth. as this mighty exhibited. It is so like the sun In quality Beaoh Limited, northbound lv. Palm Beaoki Inn II-80p m., Rot.i Pototo
moss of muscle laid about him in the tli.it all colors aro the same as if 186 p.m.. Kockledge Hotel .08 p m., Daytona 8:00 p. m., OrmondS.OO p m. arrlv. mH(

mud tackles, ends and backs nnnumticred shown by sunlight, and its power is the Anguetlne 10 p. m.Kol. .

in confusion, daze and blood. same as sunlight reiloctcd by a piece of Bstwssn Nnw Smtswa ass Oranos Pitt Jpmo'm, Trains do not stop at statinii ,u
That ho broke his training white porcelain the same size as the mto. i.VoTi.760p. time la not shown.
wimo night IToTITBop BTATi6a8"Kew Trains 82, US, HO and 78, Dal Itrt.
ll.iino. It In produced In a very simple . 11 OKa Trains 28, 6, 8A,
1 1W likewise several bottles cold. Unauithod T (uaB Lv. Smyrna UA, Bl nut,
manner, by biinging calcium carbide intamper 19a41p 4 8Sp ...Lake Helen... ..Lv 10 21a BUOp Daily except Sunday
he finished the
had
up season, I cntact with water, which immediately 4 4ftp .Orange City.., 10 10a ( OHp Train 87 dally except Uoadtr

tliMfootball warrior bold. Bumperafter tKveB| or( tje, ga (acetylene). Calcium 00p 4 (op Ar.. ..Orange City.., 10 06a S OOp.Ar. olnalvelT Trains 88 of, 87 Pullman and 88 Cars are oomixml*!

quaffed be, started home almosta carbfdo Is composed of equal parts of Buffet! Parlor Care on Train,
wreck, stepped upon a banana peeling coke dust and lime dust, fused together All Trainii between New Smyrna and Orange City and 78. **"

made a dive and broke his neck.What's in the intense heat of the electric furnace Junotfon daily exoept Sunday. slvely Trains ot M Parlor and 99 Cart.are eompoHl bi>>

a heat which causes iron to boil

a tale without a moral? like water, and under which lead not
only melts but becomes an explosive gas. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.Thei.team.hip
What's a joke without a point? In this .
The United States have adopted it in
cumyou'd work your "think tank" till the light-house and postoftlce departments City of Key Weiitof the Florida Kast Ooa t Steamship Compwjr Ian
your brain was out of joint This tho while In France Australia Ulamt for Key Wwl on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train -na Sir,
Germany, Want with for Havana. L
steamers
oonneutlon at
eonrllJe. making Key e h. > W
moral, "Fight the lion, queer the timer, and Great Britain It is rapidly (standard time) on Tueadays, Thursdays and Saturdave, arriving Ltuuni nut monv w
kill the beur, but tho serpent crawling forcing to tho wall all other illumlnants.b'or tune to oonneot with north bound train.NASSAU.

'neuth you for its"piseu" have a care. Isolated bouses and, in fact, for all,

New Vork Sunday World. it Is the light par excellence. The general

offices for the state are located InSt. N. P.flewtoe .

Augustine lock box 0fl3. ,
A Simple Remedy For Burns.Dr. ,
te Naeean, N. P. (Bahama Islands), Inaugurated January 17,1819, br tti.Ti
Thierry of the Charity hospital of1'aria Ida aatOoaat Steamship Company, tt. S. Miami, especially built for passenger traffic>* ,
has found perchance that picrio4cid Don'tToburoSpit mil Smoht Toor life Airaj.To Siaml, Fla., aad Nassau.niAMI .

la a curative for superficial burns, quit tulimco euslly and forever, be magnotlo. TO NAS5AU. NASSAU TO niAMI.TrlWeekly
lull ot life and .
"the nerve visor, take NoToBiko -
is
pain almost instantaneously supmressed the wnnder-worfcer, that makes weak men TH-Weekly February 14th to March HSth. February 15th to March Wth.SemiWeekly .
after bathing the wound in a trong. All druggist*, 60o or 81. Cure guaranteed. iasBl-Weekly, Uaraa 2 th to April l h. March 80th to April Uii.
iplutlon of this acid. The sores and blisters Booklet and sample free. Address

are prevented and the is Sterling- Remedy Co., Chicago or New York.
cure completed These Time Tables show the times at which trains and boats may be expected to arrinrsteeskrt
In fonr or five days. Picrio acid Is neither caustic, toxio nor irritating Two Beautiful Pictures Free. SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES Stated is not guaranteed aristaetherefrom., nor does. the Company hold Itself responsible tor any daisy ot vsonsequenoes

and has no smell. Its only inconvenU'noe For oopy of local time card oall at 2M West Bay Street, Jacksonville,or sddreniJ.

is to give a yellow tint to the Two large, beautiful, colored picturos Finest Cuisine and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. .r. BXOJTWrTH, J. D. BAHNEB,
|ii-u, but by washing the with for free also four The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers :
place a framing, ; copies of the Trafflo Manager, Ass't. (sea. Paasanrn Apu

dilution of borio acid the stains will be famous Illustrated magazine, Up to Date, ''Comancbe" , "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee," "Seminole." .Augustine.Fla.
fxmoved. to anyone who wants them.

Each insue of Up to Date has beautiful North-Bound.

Acetylene For Driving Bng-lnea. colored front and back, and from forty Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.

The use of acetylene for driving enjrines to fifty large humorous pictures by the From JACKSONVILLE, FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays.

is, according to Revue Indostriifllo famous aitints of America. Will keep From For hour CIIAKLKSTON vfsaillni; see, 8."Clyde C, Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville Mondays snd, Charleston Wednesdays daily and papers.Fridays.

,oi entirely experiments possible conducted, as shown at by Comfiegne a sejdes -- all month.tho family in good humor for a whole South-Bound. The Tropical Trunk Line,

Cuinat It Your two pictures or any other two of Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2U, East River, New York, at.1 p. m., as follows:
by was shown that six ForCHAKLKHTO..NH.. C, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.
select
4petylene develops fully three times the will you be sent may you free, Bet of charge In gold if frames desired, For JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railwaj


ad that the only ohangea needed todsform stamps or silver to pay postage and (Calling at Charleston, S. C, both ways) JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.No. .

an ordinary gas engine into packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago.B3T" Steamers "Delaware," and "Geo. w. clyde"

acetylene engine was a reduction ini are appointed to sail as follows i SOUTH NORTH"
From font of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf, Boston, Io Effect Jan. IS, *t>8.Lv. .
of the intake valvoa .
i If you need any job printing, we THURSDAYS. FRIDAYS.Clyde's 209 No. 37 NO.32. No. 78. No. 381

shall be pleased to get a share of it. LocalMixed ...JACKSONVILLE. ..JLT i 730am 7 40 p III 3 05 p L'ljupno"
Orange Park, 6 52 am 7 14pm
St. Johns llivcr Lino.DK Mo Wy . ,leoria .. 6 40am 706pm646pm
and Frl Magnolia 6 13am
r- .Greet .. Springs 600 am 640pmSMpni 2 09 p, I*
( 11AKY LINE) 11 18a PaiatxaSatnuma. 600am427am

CANDY Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla.and Intermediate landings on the St.John'B River. 12 OOnla 5 24pm ISi2
2S p Pomona 4 12 am 8 15 pm
The elegant Sldewheel Steamers 1 (Sip .Crescent City Junction .. 3 Mam 8 00 pm -
V CATHARTIC "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE," "FIIKDIC. DeDARY 1 4Si Seville 3 30am 4 42 p m ;
2 M |l .. ..DeLeon Springs 240am238am 41/7 pm
CAPT. W, A. SHAW. CAPT. T. W.LU D, Jr. 3 15 ii Olenwood ... 388 pm :. w
4 00 |l Beresford.... 223am 3 48pm
Is appointed to sail as follows 1 4 41) l< 3 17pm 11 37 2 *'
....
} ,.DeLand jj;
SIT
Leaves Jacksonville, 3 30 p. m. d illy,except Saturday p 4 45pm'Ultpl
Leaves Sanford a. ra. Enterprise B.JO a. m. daily except Sunday 4 41 IiS45p .Orange City Juno 338pm
..Gnterpriwe 3 08pmI
SOITTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH BOUND. ....TITUSVILLE LvMt. 110 p m
CURE CONSTIPATION Read down. Head up. Dora 115*.
Leave 3.30 p. m8.4ft ...Jacksonville.1'alatka. Arrive 2.00 ..Tavares 00>{ -
a. m. iimS.
p. m.S.oi .... Leave 8.00 430 a Sanford Lv 1 40am 307pm147pm ,
) a. m.4J .. Astor 2.30 p. m. 600 a ....Orlando..., 11 B7 p m918pm 10Ml I'1
<> a. m.a. ..St. Francis... 1.00 p. in. 8 15 a Lakeland... 12 02 p m720am W*,- -
ALLDRUGGISTS m, llereaf ord.Blue 11.30 p. m. 1010 a Bartow.... 6 4Spm349pm
8 00 a. m. Springs.. 11.00 a. m. 400p040a ...Punta Oorda Lv 12 30 am
Arrive 8.30 a. in ....Haniord .... 0 00 a.a. ru.m. Tampa 7 37pm 10 5ftsm 810 4
8 26 a. m, Enterprise... .Tampa Bay Hotel
9.30 a. m. 10 26 al 9 10 p 6 4 p .... Port Tampa Lv Yidpm230pm 'lO 15 a ml 7 3511Thurs.
Mon and cat. 9 30p ..Port Tampa Ar .and Sun.Wed. .
Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville.Jmo. Tiles Frlnay. 3 OOp Key 03Op m .snd Sat.Weil .
.... Weil and Sat. 6 00a Ho? .Lv 12 30 pm and Sat.

Southern .L. IIowAsn, Superintendent F. M. iRnNHONOKK,Jr., Fla,Pass. Agt.
fc Foot Hogan St. 20* West Bay St. Daily, t Daily except Sunday. _., ,
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Thbo. Trains 23 and 78 carry Pullman Sleepers between St.Louis and St, Petersburg,vial .1B (
Trains 87 and 38, New York aud Florida Ventiuultxl siMpn
.O. Kaaiw,T. M., W. If. Warbubtoh. a.T, P. A., W. H, Henderson, O. E. P. A. Dining ran between New York and Tampa.Special,carry through Pullman .j J

Railway. 8 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Trains 21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati ano

INDIAN RIVER STEAMBOAT SERVICE.
P. CtTDE A CO., Oenxral Agents, GOING
5 Philadelphia.NEW cept8iinlay.6:3np.: m.j leave Titusville, Tuesdays snd Fridays, 3OT p. m.; arrive
following day 5:30: p. m.

MOST rXOELLENT GOING NORTII-Leave Palm Beach Mondays nnd Thursdays, 0:00: a. m.: arrive TiW|
8ERVI0E t
EVER OFFERED OUT OF FL0BLDA.NCRTH Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. wwk lowlnu day 12:30 p. m.; leave RockledKe Tuesdays and Fridays 9:30: a. m.; leave R "'"Sj.
day 8:30 .
; : in.; arrive Tltusvlllo. d illv except Sunday, 12:30: p. m. Connecting
EAST WEST.TKltOTJOH JE K. w. Steamboat train for Jacksonville, Tampa and points north. .
New Florida and Northern n.Tr ,n 23 ,''lv'pf Jacksonville ot 12 .,' 0
Air Lino find Florida Trunk Line.Tims )cala>, dally at 912 a m., arrives at Hawthorne ; ,Jj,
5 Le<' b
? r! <'r 3.60, Urooksvllle 8:45 p. m. Train leaving Jscksosvillestarrives
Table In Effect January S3, 1808.1J .. at Oakland 3.07 p. m., Lacoorhee 6:40 p. m..Tarpon Springs 8:20 p. m., tlear "
PULLMAN DRAWINO BOOM CABS, DININQ OARS, St. etersl vr|,0 jno p. m., dally except Sunday.

,. TUOR0UOHFARK COACHES 0. D. ACKERLY. k
VE3TIBULBD TRAINS. NORTHERN POINTS. General Superintendent. General Passenger

& g8BAa

YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." 10p 4 OOp SIRS 8 00p Lv Jaik onvllTeT Ar

Hnlld train of Veattbuled Pullman Draw 4 40p ansaOiioa 8 40p I.V.... Vulee. ..Ar
S
Room
tug Compartment, Observation and B20p e Ida MALLOIiY LINE.
Llulug 1'ars betweaa St. Augustine and New York isp Ar.Fernamllna LvAr 7S0a STEAMSHIP
without change. 2 top 8 40p 10 20a 10 14p, Kvereit .. .Ar
"WASHINGTON AND SOUTHWESTERN LIHITED." 3 inp 7 nop Ar. llrunswick, LvAr. 0 30a
Tentlhuled 3 4II|> 8 56p 12 lip 12 13a .. .Savannah. ...Lv
Through JouksonvUle, Savaanah DrawUrn aud Columbia om Sleeping Cars between Tampa and New York, 3 57p 5 OOp8KI 12 lp . 12 2Ha Lv. Hsvannab .Ar 4 13a Florida, New York,
without ohau e. |> 2 nip 2 0H Ar, Fairfax, 8. C.Lv and B
UNITED STATES FAST MAIL." 10 Wlp *4.p38p 2 50a ' Denmark, 80 Philadelphia g
Pullman Drawlns Room Buffet 10 41a448a '* Augusta, fla From llrnnswlck, (via Port Royal, S.C to
Sleeptac Cars betweea Jacksonville and New York. 7 3! p1138p 4 Hl]> roliiuibia, S. C. "

Embracing- Lynchburg, Charlottesville, ** > 1128a148p Spartanlmrir, 8 C PA93ENOEB SERVICE- y..
A heville, S, C. Via Fernandina, F. C. A P. Ry. snd C1imlTs
Washington. Baltimore and Philadelphia.CINCINNATI 'iafp 9inais Charlotte, N. C. Lv Jackson villa 8.15 a m: Lv. Fernandina 1J" r
12 42a 9 1|| 47a Salisbury, N. C. Brunswick 8.30 p m. Daily except Sundav. rrjKf
AND FLORIDA LIMITED." 2 07a3ISa I0+ |> 12 10)i Orpensbfiro, N. C" Via Everett,alf rail, F. C.& P. Ry.snd So. BV.
Solid Veatlbnled train ofPulUa.a Drawing-Room Sleepier Cars aad First Class 12 OHp 13 p28p Oanvtlle, Va. nville 4.00 p m; Ar Brunswick 1-30 p m. 1 Thorouahfara
Coaches SOiia15sa Richmond,Va. allowed board .
ruaalnt thxeugh without ohaage between on for supper Thursdays.T
Jackson villa aad Ctaoin- 4 5 a 3 4<>p Lynrhburir, Va. "
6 Ala 3 3.sa 6 3011 Charlottesville,
Also 4AaII 6 4sona-' 9 28p ' Washington PROPOSED
Through Pullman 5leepin Cars to OAa SAILINGS
; "
I128p266a Baltimore E" Lv.Bnirri
1 181353p 10 15a Fridayrr R-3:30P-- (Standard Tims.)
Cincinnati via Philadelphia b 4 i r
Columbia <
an. Asheville, Through th 12 623a .RIO
Alp New York Friday, Feb! 11 GRANDE. .FriiWjS
11 OOp a oop 3 OOp .. .Boston Friday, Feb. 18 .....COLORADO . .
LAND OF "tid7r;>
THE SKY. Friday, Feb.25.. RIO GRANDE...
....COLORADO ....
ThreughslMpers FrldayMar.4
to Kaoea,
AHaato
Blrmlnshana, alsashls
aad
Aud U> Chattanooga, LoulsvOls ua St. Lou s. . . . .Kansas. .aty.. BLEEPING CAR SERVICE. For RIO GRANDE.
Nos. 31 and 32 New York and general information
Florida Limited Vestibule, between New York, Jacksonville and steamers, trains, rates, etc.. apply to any IlrosdsgeiCHAS.

For a detailed I of the Information SoPTSBas as U rates, eahwlules, slreplsg oar reeervallaas. eta., aooly U No'J8 sud 38 Fast Mall, Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville, and the .DA VIES, ,220 W.B jr -
aay gen Ranwa*er Its oonneotions. Sleeper via Asbevllle.Nos. Cincinnati C. H. vII ? M0ND> Gener 8o 'n Agent, Brunswick,Ga. T
.37 and 38 carry thronrt sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In MALLORGeneral Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 302 Broadway,s.Kemember
connection
L. A. SHIFMAN Florida Sand 13 aud Sand 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. with
Pass. Agt, 213 West Day Strsel, JsoksoavUls, Fls. Ho. 38 carries the Cincinnati and Florida Limited, with the Tamp*,Cincinnati. St. Louis anrf
.J VL GULP. W. A. TUBr Kansas City Sleepers. These)are brought to Jacksonville by No. S3.
ft TrafBe S. H. HABDWTOI, A"Jfm! wUI "O"5ttam J/nlon Depot. Tiokets will still bs sold at the that tho Indian River
Washington Uaaager.,O. O. PJT** a *- * 'ass. Ag ., office,202 an Street,as weU as at the Union depot ticket office, city ticket oV t dV* kind, of -The Advocate b gSJ'l'

Wssmtagtos. D, O. Atlaaia, Hoarao R.W.CAHPBELLPaseeng Jackson r Agent. J. R.MARSHALL,Ticket W St.. cor *i2 not ce* Send tn n ordef free, tobacco seed ff. _.Suctlo*
January 17, 1808. rills. WALTER COLEMAN, Gen'l Traveling. Agent,Jacksonville.J and 1
convinced Call and some
0.iVMOLDFMT.PA.,8t.Augusliue.Fla. that get
A. O. aacDOXELL, Gen. Pass. Agent. have job it is the place to ,
printing done. its cultivation.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, -MARCH 11, 1898..HOTELS .


CotHt llotela.
FraTaea f Flowers. TITUS VI I-.M3.
The grvat leading object of natare lapweriiMn The MORROW HOUSE....

neater and fmayranoe in Sow*
era is still a subject of discussion in CRESCENT CITY, FLA.

OP THE scientific jcmrmals. Hays the New York Centrally located: convenient to the
Independent. Fragant flowers are the postofflce and steamboat landings. Special TITUSVILLE,
exception, not the rale. In some families attention given to commercial travel.
of plants where there may be. several Only first-class hotel in the city open all Indian TUtoi*.
lorida East Coast scores of species only on* ox two the year. Rates, $J per day; special by
System are fragrant. This has been especially the week. IDA M. HECTOR. Pin.J. .

noted among tha wild species of violet,
but no one haa so far been able to note fl. BANT,

jached only via the slightest advantage la life economy SOUTHERNERS Manacrii.
which the sweet scented oues posses*
The Floilda East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. over the odorless ones.Th VISITING NEW YORK CITY will Open All Tho Y *.
The Mluni k Key West Steamship Line fiora Miami to Key West. .
Longest 81p.A
Parlor cur buffet service now running. find good accommodations, at reasonable
patient who remained absolutely prices, at 74 Clinton Place.
Schedule see page unconscious for 4 4 months in Germany One door from Fifth Avenue, and close Only a few sainutea
6.A.T iT 0 >JE22XT. furnishes the longest continued cataleptic to Washington square. Very central. walk and from Steamboat Railway land stations
sleep known to science. Refer to editor of this paper.DAYTONA.

West HOTEL KEY WM, U. S. Navil Station. ings.On the bank a of tbfarfamed
Indian River.MKKIIITT .
.
issauliami New S. S. MIAMI, from Miami. Abroad in a night.

(Morrltt'H InIiumI).

ROYAL HOTEL BISCAYNE PALM, Bicycling, swimming, fish The Holly Inn * Daytona, Fla.

ing and lniutln'.
m
CASINO Swimming Pool,
Located on the beautiful Halifax.
MERRITT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN ftlVER.On .
ROYAL POINCIANA, The most pleasant and ample surroundings of any in the city.O. .
HOWES, high pine land. Health, Comfoit and Sport. No bettor Hunting ana)
Beach PALM BEAcn w3y Bicj cling,
ilm golf, Winter Proprietor. Fishing in Florida.
Ocean It ithing.
CASINO Swimming Pool.rmond Open from December to May. M. B. MAIIwN.ItOCKI.KIH.K. .

hotel oumond, Bicycling and Golf. PALMETTO HOUSE, .

DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is .
TONCE De LEON,
now open for the winter season. Situated on the banks of the Halifax
:. Augustine- hotel alcazar, Bicycling, swimming, River. Fino hunting and fishing locality. Hotel Indian RiYer
golf, hunting and lisliiug Best of accommodations and excellent ouislno. Rates moderate. ,
CASINO Swimming Pool. LEON DESPLAND, Prop.Th.e .

,ml to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for the New East Coast Book off
f touts. Rockledge, Fla.
C. B. KNOTT, Colonnades

Genenil Superintendent. ,
+-*'.
fc L3
On the Pcninsiilar, opposite DAYTONA.Laigo .

JACKSON villi: lights bells, airy, etc and well-furnished looms, with all modeln conveniences, electilo Tourist Season Jan'y 15th to April 1st.

lotel Placid ti Plenty of shado outside hotel makes it a delightful place for children.
m > Best Fishing and Duck Shooting In tho South. Tennis, Pool, liilliauls, Howling
> week.
RATES: $ .fil to $1.00 per day; $12.50 to $18.00 per
mid Boating.Coriospondonco.
the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west Engage your rooms at once. solicited. Address,
block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout, Address, TIMBKHLAKKA WYATT, Rocklcdgc, Fla.
upeiior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all tiains. 'ierms50 por dav and SYDNEY IIAIOIT, Trop.,
frards. Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWKN, Proprietorravelers' Seabreeze, Fla."West .
N THE UKAItr OK THE FAMOUS

PLAZA hotel; INDIAN RIVER OUANOKCOUN'IRY

Hotel. Coast Hotels.FLORIDA ROCKLKDGK.Ilotol .

.
located amidst beautiful ornngo brining groves. Plenty (
This hotel is now under new management, and has been thoroughly renovated
jugliout. oranges free to guests. Fast trains inn directly
Bus meets all Trains, and Electrio Cars
pass door. Bath rooms and nliveoienccs
on every floor. tohotel grounds. Do not miss tho
OPEN ALL THE YEAR. --GULF COAST HOTELS--
beauty of tho East Coast.Summor .
->tesAmerican: Plan, $2 00; European, 50c to $1. Special by the week.

FELIX GARCIA, Prop.he Resort, Arlington hotel,
ONFLANT Petoskcy, Mich. H. II. PFCK, Manager.ROGKLEDGE .
Cor. Bay & BiidgeSts., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Elliot Under new management. Each department SYSTEM.

furnished Pavements.absolutely Overlooking new the with St.all Johns modem Rivei.ImlM Gem of the Indian RiYer.

three blocks of the Union depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and now postoliico. All Tampa Fla.- TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open. ,
Itnc cars pass the door. Free Bus. ,
D. P. HATHAWAY, Manager. Now Rocklodgo Hotel will open Saluiday, Dt'ctmier II. Ilome-llko ami a -
I
U.itcs. European, 60c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $2.00
E] er day. tractivo. Flno sltell roads; hoises to dilve; row boat* for (lulling; flue Daimler
M. O. FINLEY, Port Tampa, FlaTriE IJW.J. Now Open. launch; nil connected with hotel; excursions to all points of interest. Theso and

Jacksonville, Fla.ST. II. MUIUHCK, MannKcr. other attinctlons muko more variety than Is often found In ono plnco. Rates, $2.69to

Winter Park Fla.- the seminole, Now Open. $.i. Special weekly rates until .January 15. Coirospondeiiro solicited. SenA
11. P. SHARES, Pioprletor.OUMOND. .
for circulars.
AUGUSTINK. A. K. DICK, Milliliter.

THE OCALA HOUSE, Now Open.
Fla.Belleair
Ocala
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. NOW OPEN.
11 BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, pioturesque lawns. Home-like P. F. BROWN, Manager.
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. Fla.Ploasantly
Fla.- THE BELLE VIEW, Now Open.jLAZA WHITES COTTAGE Rockledge, .
NOW OPEN. C. HOWE, Propiietor.ie ,
W. A. IIA It RON, Manager.
located near tho largo hotels. Largo airy rooms. Oo i Tabid.

Punta Gorda Fla.- THE PUNTA GORDA HOTEL, Now Open.F. Pure llltored rain water. Terms, $1.50 por day; $7 to 10 per week.J. .
Ocean View Hotel ,
ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.IDder .
.
K. ABBOTT, Manager. J. WHITE, Propiietor.

new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one Fort Myers Fla.the fort myeks hotel, now open.F. .
ck south of Plaza; within seventy-live feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the PALM IIKAOH.
II. AUIiOTT, WEST
lutiful Matanzas IViy, with an unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean, Anasli Manager.KiSSimmee
Island and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, $j to $2.50 per day. Special by the KISSIMoIEE HOTEL, Now Open.L. .
fk. Open all the year. F. C. HAYDEN, Manager.tgTF Fla.THE i
E. IIULLOCK, Manager. Seminole Hotel t

Send to each manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to railway

HOTEL ALGONQUIN, or steamship rates, or sleeping car linos ind time cards.B. OPEN ALL THE YEAR.

M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor, W. WRENN, Passonger Traffic Managor, WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA.
Savannah, Oa. This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and baa every convenience. sTloso tatho
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. railway depot. Free'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to tn hotel,
New Furniture and Fixtures throughout.Electrio with (Ishlng tackle on board for the uso of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day an*
special rates by the week or month.
upwards;
bells in every room. Fronting tha Old GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .
Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking tha Bay,
with fine ocean view. All white help. Rates
2 00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates. .
Sample room. HOTEL GOQUINA, ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA.

Open for Winter Season of 108,1 15th. Fine surf bathing, Ashing and
Wheeling, Sea Food a Specialty. HOTEL BISCAYNE MIAMI, FLORIDA. 1
HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. SEISER A VININO, Proprietors. '
NOW OPEN. Rates, $4 per day and up. Special Weekly aaU. <
Most centrally located. Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic
an. Splendid view from its long and broad verandas. Rates, $2.00 per day and Commercial rates. K. BXMIf), Manager.Graham's s
ard; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mrs. .
A. S. PELL.OTEL ...NEW YORK... 160 room*. fiOO feet of broa The most complete oQee In 9tniat FlosIda. -
Hotel Large, light aad airy dlnkej-rooea.
TABLE TJKBURPABSKD."
[ MAGNOLIA awto *
Rates, $2.60 per day aad npwaa*.
The Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January MIAMI, FLA. S. (1IIAIIAM, Profatster.HOITESXj .

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward.
GEO. C. nOWE, Proprietor.m .
COITOLX


St. George ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA- MIAMI, FLORIDA.

A Famliy notel. Transient, $2.50 and up; Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, one
Lkly, single rooms $15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room, $25 to $J3. block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Illseayne Hay. Rateei
s most comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel in the South; occupytne week or month.CO .
the Plaza, in $ per day and upward. Special rates by
street and
St.
George
most central location In the city, corner
proximity to the large hotels, casino, bay, postofflce, old Cathedral, etc.Irw. .
c D. Tyler, owner & prop. John Jat Benson, anager.a ICOXA DO IIKACII.COBONADO.


OPEN THROUGH APRIL. Sea Side Hotel BEACH, FLA.

located. I'enln.uta. npjxi.lta V w Iminn. Open all tha > ..
Beautifully and centrally flood flailing. Hunting and nrf l>athlmr; loinllmor hard b n hi hotel eurrl* meft all
Well appointed. Elevator, steam train. IUU) Si on per day( Hneclal latel by week r numth I'fwKiflloe, New Hinjrrn.. la.On .
<< heat, gas, electric bells, excellent
Bit.limmKn\\ water, and large,well-shaded lawn.Ratos .
reduced from $4 to $2 and
MAONOI.f A HI'ICINGH, I'l-A.
$.1.

J. T. SKILES, OX THE ST. JOHNS RIVER,2 tails*

IV. W. PALMER. 5 55&2| Magnolia Springs Hotel south Delightfully of Jacksonville located. Pure by rail spring watacW. beam.

Formerly Hotel Magnolia. Excellent shooting and fishing. F. INGOLD, Maaager.O. .

D. Seatey Co., owner*,
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INDIAN BIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 11, 18 8._



'due to tho building committee and toK. 13. 'W-- ..CIBSOLX.
j the builder, Mr. L. Decker. The Candy R.lnrata Cntbiirflo Your Rowals, pure With Cuacareta. ROBBINS <& GRAHAM .,
windows throughout will be of stained too,26o. If U O.O.fall,draffrtlou jConnLlpatlon*refund forever.money.We (Successor tto Lovet}& Carroll.)
glass, pleven being already donated asmemorl
iU.On ...ria-wryors... GROCERIES FRUITS and VEGETABLES of All
Wednesday, at 3:30 p. m., the do all kinds of job work at this ,
and Aichdeacon held service at ofllce. Give us a trial order.
liishop STATE AND Glass and Tinware. Your
Jensen to a good congregation. Here WILL PRACTICE IK Crockery, patronage siclN| i iTITUSVILLE
IH IV lll \m I a"!**!. '
they received the grateful Intelligence UNITED STATES COURTS. FLORID.
that Mr. <" II. Hacoy had donated two SHOE REPAIRING. 8. J. Meador, of
acres of land for a church site and cemetery Columbia, S. C, has taken the business

STJT" Heading notice ads on this page and that $SH0 $300 of which la In recently vacated by J A. Daugh- ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
try, and will attend to the of
ro live cents per lino per week. hand is secured towaidsachuicli build- repairing
ling, to cost about $1,000. Tliis church boots and shoes. Next to barber shop. Dade
Brevard and
will ho located about one mllo below for Lands in Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries
Fancy IiiH'i |>|>l Hllw* & Siickcr the Jensen hotel convenient to the fr
for Hale. Waveland people, and about five miles No-To-nw for Fifty Cent*. Counties.We And Food Products of all klrids. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal Cm,
from St. Paul's church, Kden.On men Ouarantfli-d strong, blood tobacco habit cure, makes weak Food and Wheat. We are theonly house on Indian River dealing '
pure. 6Uo.ll. All
Abbnka*, Kgyptlan Qiioen, Ooldon Sunday, March 0th, Archdeacon druggist* List the above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit you, pSj
have large
Queen, Porto Kloo, Smooth Cayenne and JSrown held services in the new St.Johns a Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., TItu. MIISTSTTZEBAIfcTCIE.
Red Spanish. Apply toMADDOf.K church nt Khu Gallic. At the morning Crabb'a Hack Line, of Lands owned by
& M attiiams, worship four infants and two adults
'Palm Beach Pinery," were baptised, while In the evening the From Cocoa to Rockledge and adjacent
WcHt Palm Boach, Fla. rite of Confirmation was administered to points of Interest, for the accommo ourselves and clients. .
two And Bishop Gray preached.It dation of the traveling public. Honest FIRE. LIFE.
is hoped soon to begin the erection rates. C. VV. Cbabb, Price for unimproved The "Old Hartford," Equitable
Fancy IMnenpple IMantH. of a church at Jupiter. Thus the good Cocoa, Fla.To and other well known Companies.23T Life
work goi's on, and all concerned have lands $3 to $100 Assurance Compu,
Hardy, vigorous, grown without shelter. abundant reason to say laus Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc.
smooth-Iea ed Cayenne, Abbakaa den.Viator.. Cnr Comtlpatlon Forever. per acre.WE B. RUMPn, Jr.,
d Jamaica Hi ploy plants for Rale.K. Take Casearets C'andv CiUburtlo. loo or 25a. Agent, Titusville
If CL C. C. fall to cure,druggists refund money. Florid
C. B. Tvnmali.,
Waveland, Fla.Giuiriwitcc On Sunday next, the 13th Inst., Bishop have a few Residence, Orange
Gray will hold divine service in the
morning at Courtenay, and at St. Gab Grove and Pineapple Properties in desirable G. CARY-ELWES,

1- per cent Interest.Klovcu riel's church, Tltusvlllo, In the evening, Reasonable.
at 7 o'clock. Archdeacon Brown will locations. Prices

acres land, fronU on Indian conduct the morning service here. FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE

and Han una Hiver; small cottage, 2 artoslnn TITUSVILLE
wells, 100 nice orange trees, 11KM) GOOD ROADS FORLEDGE. ROCKJtare Offices ; and MIAMI. Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and H
pineapple plants, shipped over 200 crates Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New York.rjf .
UHt seaiton; gu, vas, mangoes, Japan pertlminoiw .
and other fruits on place. Price COTTON Tour Business Solicited.

il.'M). Address II, Advocate ofllce.Titimville One of our Rockledge correspondents Meat Market TITUSVILLE, FLOKIDA.DUREN .
East Coast
Ka.Suve ) writes us as follows: Soft seine
Tho people In Rockledge and Cocoa
Your l'lnos From Frost.Fanners who ride tho bicycle and drive horses A Perfect sturgeon twine. Agent. c& Motlora
are much Indebted to Messrs. (>. S. Har CABLE CORDS and MACRAMC.E. Losley ,
who are about to covor their dee, II. Kyer and D'r, VV. L. Hughlett,
pineapples and vegetables, would do well who advanced the money to buy thirteen EMORY JOHNSON, Own a o..u m.M00DUS (Successor to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
their carloads of shell, and to pay for the CONN.
V get lightwood posts at a cheap ,
ate from hauling and spreading on the road between Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins and Whistis
SlIRKMAN 8INOI.KTON Cocoa and Barton avenue, Rock
Geoiglana,,Fla. ledge, as the money from the County Bottled Beers, Ales and Stoat.A .
would not bo forthcoming until next
Fall. Agent.IiREEGEK First-class Line of Cigars. ** Billiard and Pool Tables

Clianco. Many of our residents are wondering : E33Florida. Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention Riven
who will bo the next to si
enterprising man
FLA. ordi-rs. Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, Titu8vlllefi
For sale, on Ridgewood nvonuo, Day south of Barton avenue who will avail For 1li tlJUKor I.IQJJ0B, OPIlfl.BOHPniMCIOIA1SE
tona, a very nico resldenco and improved hirriself of securing the balance of the TOBACCO and tlOAUET'K 1UBIIS.
money that will be coming from the Adopted by the U. 8.Government.
lot in a desirable location.
House is ..
and Far lnl.rM.ll. mi\ilrr.m Mim>I / ImiIIhM, JmbmbvIII*.Ft*.
County, by bo doing build nice
This tow rented Is well, worth and pays your ten attention.AddrodS per cent. net. shell road along his front. We need a a New Haaltarlam, Tor. Ualoa sad llogaa Me. Titusville, -]:: : Will keep constantly on band a Full Supply of :::[-

Care F. L. A., the shell land road of from the late Barton Lewis avenue Powe south, which to CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE LUMBER
Advocatk office.
is nearly two miles through the most The Hotel Granada EAU GALLIE, Brevard Co., FLA.

lovely hammock on Indian River. Itneoms 102 miles south of Jacksonville; 15 miles DRESSED AND ROUGH.

JOSEPH ZAPF.WUOLKrtALK strange to the tourists who have soutli of Rockledge, on the Indian River and F. E. C. R'y. Near Eau Gallie river, Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Brick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all description
visited us this wintor that the owners of opposite mouth of Banana river. Unexcelled boating, fishing and hunting.
DEALRItAnhenserBnsch the land the road passes over should not Matchless climate; no malaria. In the famous Indian River orange and pineapple Tit-uLeivlllo, nplorlda,
take more interest in their fronts and district. Launch for use of guests. First-class home-like hotel. Rates, $2.50 to
build a good road, which would add $3.00 day. Special rates month all the .
per by or season. Open
Brewing Ass'nFamous greatly to the value of the property.Wo . II. H. Gleason, Real Estate. GEO. O. GLEASON year.W. Manager. James Pritchahd, President; W. M. Brown, Vice-President:
hope those property owners will C. S. Schuyler, Cashier.
St. Louis Lager Door. follow the good example set by their

Sold by Losley A Renakor, Tltusvlllo. neighbors residing between Cocoa and
Manufacturer of Soda and Mineral Barton avenue, and thus provo to our INDIAN RIVER STATE BAM

Waters. Wholesale Liquor Dealer.SANFOKD people that at they heart.have the interests ofRockledge COHEN BROTHERS. ,

FLORIDA .. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Rockledge.Mr. Authorized capital, $100,00!

CUBA IN TITUSVILLE.Tho Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville, Fla. Paid up capital, $25,0CC

C. C. Jerome, of the New Rockledge, THE LEADING DRY GOODS nOUSE IN THE STATE.To Average deposits, $150,00!
Indian River Rand has made an started in his fine launch last Saturday
engagement with Mr. Edward Page GnsV morning with a party of gentlemen, to all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write for Samples.TrV Transacts a General Bail
>rv of Chicago, to deliver his famous cruise and fish along the river. They It Mall Order
ur the
Depaitment most
complete quick service.
lecture on "Cuba: the Pearl of the Anil will, no doubt, have some fine sport to ; Business.
lies," at tho Opera house, Titusville, make the trip memorable.Tho Orders filled same day as received. We pay express on all goods ordered of us to

ext Wednesday evening, for the bonedtof the amount of $5.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies
New Rookludge hotel had and the 1
the band. Mr. Gaston Is a lecturer of never amore the Largest Oldest Bank on
national reputation, who has spent eight successful season, which is saying order.
a great deal, as it has always been oftho Exchange sold on all Foreign Cotimn*
years in Spanish America as a traveler one
,
explorer and journalist, and tolls the most popular hotels in the state. New Spring Styles In Dress Goods and Silks
Among recent arrivals is Rev. Frank DIRECTORS:
atory of the Cuban war and the life of Now Ready.
the people from personal observation. Luckey, of New Il.ivon, Conn., pastor oftho jAS.PRITOHARD.'W'.B.BARNKTTlPlMlto!
of tbe National Bank ot JacksonrjlltW IDurkeb
church of which Address:
He will desorlbe the old-fashioned ways Proprietor II. P. (Vice-President National BuH
till In vogue In Cuba, describing Span Shares Is a deacon. Mr. Shares is Mr. COIIEN BROTHERS, Jacksonville), and W. M. Buovs.

ish courtship, or "playing the fear," ns Luckey's right-hand man In church Popular Dry Goods House, CORRESPONDENTS.Seaboard .
love-making Is called In Cuba, will give woik, and they aro very much attached National Bank of New fork U
iV'prescntatlons from the great bull-fights to each other. Mr. Luckey is a fine Jacksonville, Florida. National Bank of Jacksonville. ITITUSVILLE

Iteld In Havana, also many unique fea preaoher, a man of very noble character,
tures of the presont war. Some of the and always and everywhere a general DET-JL.. .

busio of Cuba will be rendered before favorite.Rockledge. Jacksonville Steam Dye Works
rod after the lecture, which will also be never seemed more attract 4MAINnARD -

accompanied by a fine display of Cuban ive and beautiful than during the past FOR SALE.... Home-Grown
ostumes and ourlos.Mr. week. The groves aro loaded with orange BROS., Proprietors.Tlie .
Gaston has lately lectured at the blossoms, and their beauty and
Park Opera House, Jacksonville; the fragrance make this delightful resort JLM&aCLLjcLs* Dye House.Thirtyfive PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS *
Melbourne
and DeFuniak Chautauqua a veritable flower garden; the noble
Assemblies, at Daytona. Palatka, KIsstmmoee river, lined with Its oaks and pal mottoes, years' experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Gents' clothing Of the following Varieties :

and other Florida points; and has looked' superb In the moonlight; cleaned, dyed repaired and All work Abbaka Porto
pressed. Rico
the state press all speak in nigh praise while the merry parties of young people, guaranteed. Egyptian Queen, Golden Qneen, Ripley (Jneen
of his abilities aa a speaker. All are in their bright costumes, add much to 13 Newnau St East Side. JACKSONVILLE FLA. Cayenne
luvlted to attend and help the band boys the gayety of tho placo. All the hotels Persambnco and Red Spanish.

ft their efforts to give the people of are entertaining big crowds of guests, Apply to G. C. MATTHAMS. Florida Pineapple Co,
Titusville' and vicinity a veritable troat. and have had numerous entertainments THE "West Palm Beach,ft I
Reserved seats, !I3 cents; general admission and card parties of lato, which have been C. B. ROGERS
,- ascents. a source of much pleasure and amuse
\ j 1 ment.No.

> VA.BIRTH DAY PARTY. rosort in the state can boast a finer Importers and Wholesale Grocers. CHESEBRO BROTHERS *

and more congenial set of young poople ....ProYisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal Etc.
and Mrs. E. P. Porcher and family than Rockledge, and nono, it would ...
f Cocoa, returned home on Tuesday seem, have a better time. On Thursday
from Daytona, where they had been at evening of last week the second picnioat Sole A onts forFAIRUAXK Our business confined to the trade WHOLESALE

tending a reception given by Mrs. Porcher'a Dr. Scofleld's pavilion was held. It CANNING CC.BJ0AND I only. Ordeis froiri
sister (Mrs. D. A. Blodgett) to was a fine night for the .affair: the air consumers neither CJommisson
celebrate lie 73rd anniversary of her was balmy, and fair Luna lent her CANNED MEATS. solicited nor desired. JTish Dealers
husband's birthday. It took placo at splendor to the scene.' The young men
Hhv beantlful wintor home of Mr. and roasted a barrol o! oysters, wnich were Quotations made promptly on application.
llr* Blodgett on Ridgewood avenue, and well taken care of by eager appetites. No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish. Market, New York.
large number of prominent people wera The evening's entertainment 'was closed

present, to qlter' hear.ty congratulations. by the singing of college songs, after Tiie SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefisb, &
A hajhdaonioly .Xrosted and decotated which the young folks mounted their Explosion of the Maine Snappers, Kingflsh, Trout Green
Turtle
Redhead Ducks.
Uirthdoy oake. Vv t'h the dates wheel and rode and Canvas-back
1823-181)8, homeward In.the moon Is being Investigated by experts to
wasprosentad by' Mrs. A. C. Uuel,' and light. Arrangements are being iuade for whether the cause was accident or treachery. prove Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired-
several' 'of DatWna's most charming au afternoon picnio, to Include a fspread In the meant!me investigate our fine
yourirt. ladle* diapMWed Ice cream, cake towards evening, and to vVfnd up with stock of brandies, whiskies, gins, imported
boulioqs. andipunch. The roceptlon games and songs.Tho wines, ,cl rets, Bheilles od champagnes, G. G. *
looms, were beautifully decorated SPRINGER >
with and know that
floweijR. JMusio In guests of the New Rockledge have we the verdict will be that .
was order and
much our stock was tested
recently had some excellent sport with by experts and that it
enjoyody the-guests. Mr. Blodgett's rod and gunMr.. Reed bagged V2 quail Is the highest grade goods at the lowest
birthday party was a grand success, and prioes to oe secured in the
State.
lately, while
the Advocatk joins with his many other 31. Mr. Hunting brought home Manufacturer] Retailer and Shipper Of -
friends In offering him hearty Mr. Vozil landed 18 bass, tipping JOHN CLARK SON & CO.,
congratu
the Bcale at 401 bs. and
lations ; Messrs. Ruger
hoping he will still be
with
us a Commission Merchants
roan and Grendin caught 17 trout and dealers In
,
great weigh
many more years.CHURCH ing SOlbs. Among other fine fish landed Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines & Liquors, ICE AND

by Mr. Jerome was a cavalll weighing JACKSONVILLE, FLA.fty .
81bs., which Mrs. Reed
matched with an Consignments of country produce
NEWS. 8-lb. trout. Mr. and Mrs. Mallinson and solicited.

Mrs. Keed, some few days ago, brought -si
On Sunday last, Archdeacon B. F. home 2(1 trout, the weight of which was
Browa opened the new church at Eden.Holy. 851bs. Mr. Trinoe Is also having good Waiter
The services were: Morning prayer, luck, and the other day landed tt trout, ESTABLISHED 187D.Wm. .
Iwptlsm, sermon, and Holy Communion; weighing SSlbs. Mr. Klnsey als secured Refrigerators Ice Chests Coolers.
rvenlng prayer at 730, and sermon. On a few channel bass, while Mr. Itennett A. BOURS Freezers and Water
& CO.
Thursday, the Bishop visited St Paul's heads the list with a beautiful 21-lb. ... FACTORIES
faurch. and bass, which he caught last
consecrated if, it being en Friday. Mr.
tirely clear of debt. The consecration and Mrs. Reed and Messrs. Dennett, GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZERS. Cocoa and St. AugustinePR1ITT11TG -
service was in the morning. In the even Prince and Jerome are expert anglers, ,
ing there was evening prayer, sermon and usually have fine success.jy 0 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

and' the rite of confirmation. The We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock ot Hay
jnew church I* beautifully fitted in All Corn, Oats, Flour Bran Wheat Grits
communications for this paper Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright and
very part, and la a monument of the gen* should ba addressed "The Advocate, dark at wholesale.' State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
srosity and seal of all who have taken TltusTille, Fla." This will Star Brand Fertlllt rs OaarsntMd Analysis, tra
Insure Immediate Orange *sad Vegetable Fertiliser,Pare Ground F ALL KIN
part In Its erection. Especial credit Is attention. Boo*, Nitrate 8oda.MurUn of Potash,Sulphat* Pota.li, Kalntt, eio. These rsrUUssrs navs no Executed at the S
upsrlor la tbs market,and a trial will convince. Bend for Catalogue free.

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