Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
March 20, 1896
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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East Coast advocate
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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle


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i2. No. 6. TITUSVILLE, FLA., FRIDAY, MARCH: QO, 1896. Price i, 5c. I IThe

-Mr. Fred E. Post who halls from tend This Column Carefully. -W6 are still giving tobacco seed fiveto -Mr. J. Wesley) How en, of Philadelphia Several Items tire left ont of this \

ff s Brooklyn, N. Y., Is the affable room those who intend going Into the culture Is one of the expert fishermen of issue for want of space.

.. clerk: at the Plaza, Kocklcge. TIIK EAOI.K: CLOTHINO STOKB in the of tobacco. Call and get some. the New Rockledge hotel, Korkledgo. -Mr. AHhnr J. Doyle attended the
-Mr.: J. G. Bast returned to Titusville ADVOCATE brick building, Titusville, Judge M. S. Jones, after spending -Mr. J. W. Underhill, who looking/: Hibernian Society IXnnrr at Savannah..
l Crr Monday, after upending. a couple of daysat are the leading clothiers on the East several days with his brother-in-law. I after his lino grove at Enterprise, Is also (;a., on Wednesday, Anti reports a good
the Const of Florida. Watch their ads on who resides near Tallahassee, roturnodhome time. MMr.
San Marco, St. Augustine.Mr. 'making quite a record at patching tilth.
: this and other pages, and do not fail this week.
J. A. Happersette has taken I to give them a trial. -Look out for tho sale of the Indian -: and Mrs K.': R. Williams, of
-Miss Bennett, of New York Is one River Steamboat CO.'II steamers See ,I'Ol1jthk"pp"l, N Y., who have been
I charge of the Indian River hotel Titus- t
of the jovial ladies stopping at the New making it tour of Florida; are the
Ra I .1. Uth among
1\ oiv
ville <
vice Mr. O. II. Voss in We page.
resigned PiioriT.sacrlftced clothing. are
/Y7.IpdF4Ya Kocklodgo hotel, Itocklodgo. SheIs guests of the New Kockledgo hotel
.ever w -:Mrs. 8. Friend, of Patterson, N..1., bound to reduce our stock. Wo have making lots ..f friends In the above picturesque -Mrs. Rohr Hanson and three children Kofklrilfii' Thuy are regular winter
u still remains at Lotus Lodge, Eau Gallie, the largest stock in the state to select vlllhigo. after IIltI'nliluIho/ winter with Copt visitors to Indlun; River, and quite a
as the guest of Mrs. S. E. Harbour. from, all !good, high-claim, and bought: and Mrs. Wilson, nt Canaveral, left yesterday "llycooploy btrs.ll'illiums will return
direct from manufacturers. At the -Mr. K. O. Tate, postofllco Inspector, for Tallahassee, where Mr. Kan- home, by way of Sr Augustine, and Mr.Williams .
-Mr. John C. Sheary, one of Troy's Eagle Clothing Store. of :Morris town. EILsL'relln., was In town son resides.Mr. ,) via Niusitu and New York.
(N. Y.) popular young men, has been Monday lie !left next morning for other
spending a few weeks at Rockledge. WHKX want article of Rye points further south, to Inspect other W. M.( Moore( of Anthony, Knn., -Mr. anti Mrs Goo. M. Robbins entertained -
ADVOCATE: Printing Office, you a purr who tuna been spending tho winter with a party of friends very pleasantly '
Tttusville, Fla. -Orange blossoms are at present Whiskey, Gin, Rum, Wine or anything offices.Mr. Mr. and Mis. It. li. Uuichllel, at Goorglann at their residence In South Tttus
quite plentiful on Indian River, and mostof in the drink line, send your cash to W. K. Bachelder the well known returned home yesterday by way ville last night. Duplicate whist and. .

our groves are coming out in splendid J. D. C'HAnii, Cocoa, :Fin.IP pianoforte tuner, has been in town all of Tennessee, where lie will visit rela : Fan Tan" were the ;games Indulged In,

the week, and expects to remain part of tives. and everybody thought It was the most;
LOCAL NEWS ihape.Mrs. you want a pair of goodwearlnltladle8' next week to attend to the tuning of
it had been
W. H. McFarland. returned to -Mrs. Julia D. Tuttlo, an extensive delightful evening their
[nd Topic of General Interest.olety to town Tuesday from Biscayne Bay, Julius Kline's Oxford at shoes, try those at pianos.We landowner sad one of the ADVOCATE'S pleasure to attend for some time pastA .
where she said she had bad a very enjoyable $1.60. regret to learn that Dr. F. IT. valued subscribers, passed through Tt dainty and delicious collation was
visit. Houghton has boon confined to the houseIn tusville, yesterday, en route to Augusta, served; at the close of the evening's entertainment. -
and General Ooulp In connectionwith B Ann Bit SHOP. George Jones Han open Daytona, for some time past, through Ga., on a short visit In connection with Those present were : Dr.nnd ..
-The balconies and office of the In-
ItUoayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, i ed a hair dressing establishment at illness. Hope he will soon be around some land matters.Mr. Mrs 1V. H. Graham, Mr. and Mrs.E. .
Banana and Halifax Rivers, Key West dian River hotel have been receiving a the Indian River Hotel, Titnsville. again. B. Wager, Mr. and Mm.\ J. O. Walton; '
and all other Important Points along tb.E..t coat of paint lately, which gives the where he will be glad to sue his old! -! Henry Bradley, of Syracuse, N. Misses\ Jtmnette Paddtson, Leila Anthony, 4"
Coast of Florida. Brief mention of place a much cleaner appearance.We and now customers. -Dr. T. Howard Knight returned to Y., has spent the last four seasons at C. M.\ Parrlsh (Valdontn, Ga.), Ida It. .... i[

interesting Event from Various Parts have several stOl'eliln Titusville, St. Augustine on Tuesday evening, aftera Hotel Indian River, Itockledge and has Ilntos, and Messrs (i. Cury-Klwes, C. II. t

*>f the World About People You Know but nobody outside of the town seemsto TWKNTY-FIVK per cent discount on all trip to Fort the Lauderdale to appoint new always been the most successful fisherman Walton and P. U. Walton
for East Coast Line. Thedoctor's
pn& People You Don't Know- Picked know much about them. If you havea garments; of Clothing, to reduce stock. surgeons there, this season having beaten his
friends are always pleased to see his ClnclDUntttn
staff business it Is to let Take of this former high records, catching from ....
lap by Our Society Editor and a large a good plan people advantage golden opportunity him on Indian River fine Hull .
launch Hanks
of Correspondent scattered along the outside your own place know It. and secure you a new suit. At -Nancy -many -
the Eagle Store. -Dr. W. S. Graham and Mr. Frank K. Mr. Bradley Is very popular with tho
Florida. Clothing
East Coast of -One of our lady subscriber, writingus Heath, of New York, who have been guests of the hotel, and has given many County Surveyor J. O Fries of Or-
from Lemon City, Biscayne Bay says: 1 spending several days at Miami and excursion to his friends among them. lamb, passed through Tltusvlllo, Wednesday I
"Your pink paper-the ADVOCATK;: a MONEY. We want money to loan on first on bin way to make another sur
-YOI1 always find some Interest- Cocoanut drove, returned to Titusvillo I tho tourists met at Rock-
can -Among we
perfect treat to me. I would not be real estate mortgages. Ten percent vey on the big trAct of land near Sebastian
our Inside on Monday Mr. Heath left the same Clarence How-
matter on pages. week
hg reading lodgo this was' Mr.
without GauldenA known the Clnolnmtlus
it for free of all lender. Farms
anything. expenses to << as ,
day for his home In New York.The Is
J Mr. D. B..JohnBon has purchased a Sanders Titusvillo\ and West Palm' land, of New York lie quite a and owned by Mr. A. 0, Russell, president .
-BIshop Gray accompanied by Mrs. visited several
Beach Florida. big alligator, captured by Mr.Harry traveler-having places of the United States Printing Co.,
lalf share la the business of E. ,
grocery; Titusville Tues-
Gray, passed through Eyer and party, bus been receiving In Europe and Africa. Mr.' Rowland, llnolnn"tI.VoI'k: on the railroad which
p. Johnson, Cocoa. day, en route to Palm Beach to consecrate who Is a well known attorney on Broadway -
DRESS Goons bo had a good deal of attention this week.It I Is to bo built from the main line of the
"Service of Song" at the New the'new church at Lake Worth. samples may by tied the lawn between says ho Is very much pleased. with
-The of the was to a tree on Flngler Hallway to nearly tho centre of
iockledge hotel Rockledge was largely They return homewards today.Mr. writing to one largest stores on Indian Kockledge and Its beautiful scenery. lie
the EastCoast., Address, Hotel River and the Now this \land, will probably commenoa In
ttended last Sunday night. A. C. Wood and family, of Syra- J. 'v. EHTKS, Hock ledge hotel, Hooklodgo. Is a graduate of Dartmouth College about three weeks.
((1884)), .and of Columbia College Law
-Mrs. A.'Becker, who has been on a ncuse, N. Y., are pleasantly located' at St. Augustine, Fla. Conductor 'V. T. Hubbnrd, of the School ((1887)). Was captain of Duit-

lisit to Sanford and Orlando, returnedo Hotel Indian River, Rockledge. Mr. J., T. A K. W. Railway landed 25 convicts mouth 'Varsity football team In '80, '81, Catches of Flnh nt ltocklc ;o.
Wood Is fond of fishing and runs a
Sharpes on Saturday last. very WE: have added to our already large In Titusville Tuosthayanti had them '8'J: and 8.1: ; and played for: four years, In
close race with Mr. Henry Bradley,
Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold very stock a new line of boys and youtha'8hooll transferred to the, Florida East CoastLine Orange (N. J.) football team. 'l'hlllill
of N. Y.
Syracuse the Rock-
train, which carried them to Dude Mr. Howland's third visit to Florida. Among ninny tourists\ at
iivine lace button and
service In St. Gabriel's Episcopal In congress,
M. E. Gruber of Ti county to work on the railway.Mr. his cousin Mr. lodge, who have been nuking some big
hurch on Sunday next, the 22nd lost., -Mrs. formerly which we will offer the public at our He was accompanied by ,
fish be numbered
catches of Com.
|it 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m. tusville, but now resident of West usual close prices. At tho Eagle; Geo. Lnlnhart returned home to Herbert Howland, of Sherwood, N. Y., a J. Guynn Bennett, may, of New York, who
Palm Beach, spent from Saturday untilMonday graduate of the class of 1884 at Cornell
Store. after
Clothing Palm Beach to
on a trip
-Mr.'F..T., Peterson, the well knowniteward in town on a visit to her mother, Orlando where he Sill University He rowed In the college has has boon stopping tho New liocklodgo -
of Hotel Plaza, Koekledge, expects Mrs. L. H. Decker. Her mauy friends trees from, Geo. H.purchased Wright. They orange will H-onred crow of 1883: and won the single / hotel, Kookludgo, sluice FehruaiyJilth.
to leave for the Windsor hotel, here were pleased to sue her. Remember skull championship of U. S. A. at Al- Mr. Bennett has made the largest
the of land
I will be tract
punted on
; recently
catch and bawled, ,' In the heaviest HsK
'ape May in a few days. bany, N. Y., In 188H. In tho National ,
-Mr. T. C. Nicholson who was recently purchased by Messrs. Dlmlck ALalnhart : above
ever taken In six: days at the
Bros 1full line of.JewelrYJ ltelattlheht there. lie served us -
-Mr. Win. M. Merwin's place at Rock- for Melbourne, Anthony carry on the Loxahatchle River supervisor
appointed assessor place. Ills catches were I
musical merchandise and opti of Cayuga county, N. Y., during
edge is now looking beautiful. Such has been in town this week, looking s at West Palm Beach. -Major H. J. Tiffin, owner of the 180401Tblll b Is Mr. Howland's first visit March 10, S>0 King fish, wt. 1 to21bsoach,
osidenta as Mr. Merwin are an acqul- through the county assessor's books, ostrich farm at Courtonay, has returnedto to Florida. Both gentlemen export to 11,1 Channel bllllll, weight\ ) Its
iltlon and'credit to any community.Hotel and. getting everything in order for the Montreal, Canada. During his absence loavo for Daytona to-morrow (Saturday). it ja: 1 jo '.

Grenada, Eau Gallle, has done assessment of Melbourne property. lie Instructor In Agriculture the fencing and Improving of the it JIJI: 14 it ii 4|" "

i remarkably good business this season; returned home yesterday.Mr. Wanted. hind upon which he will raise ostriches it J"I: u ii ii jjj "
fair Is be forward without I>o Not Fall to head Thin.. 1A Itt: Black bass 1 to 7 Ihs. cnclu
while Hotel Du Nil has had quite a and Mrs. John Stanley, of New to pushed delay ,

umber of guests for a new hotel. York, were pleasant callers on the ADVOcATE The governor of the Bahamas will -The lecture at the Presbyterian -

-Miss Anna M. White, who has been the end of last week. They were shortly proceed to the appointment of church on Sunday morning next will be : There has been quite a demand for The following .are the oatohns made. by
pending; the winter at Coronado and. on their way to Jensen, were they have an Instructor in Agriculture1, whose "The Possibilities of our Great Coun the ADVOCATE this week. It shows Its some of the New Rockledtco/ hotel guests:
Itockledge left for Palm Beach and Nas-I a fine pineapple plantation. From there duties would be to travel amongst the try"-an excellent theme. Come and popularity when live tourists at Rock- Mr. F. O. Case, New York, 22: } Ibs. buss,
au to-day., She returns north by wayf they Intended going to Palm Beach for a Islands and teach by practical demonstrations find food for thought. On account of ledge have ordered !IUO copies between with 7-oz. rod and reel; \Mr.\ J. Wesley

St. Augustine. 4 short stay. the principals of sound agricultural the temperance meeting, there will be them, of this issue,' for distribution Bowen, Philadelphia, four bass, a total
-Mr. and Mrs. John E. Somes and methods amongst the people. service In the evening. among their northern friends; and Cor- weight of 88lbs., with 1..,.. rod and gut
-Mr. H. Watton, of Clifton, and Mr. Candidates should possess a competent onado Beach takes copies. This I. In leader Mr. R. L. Griffith, Providence, K..
ackson, ofEngland, who is spending a Miss Somes, prominent residents knowledge and be able to afford orally "That Is a delightful walk along the addition to our regular weekly Issue. I. one;2 few month'at the above place with relatives Gloucester, Mans., were at Hotel Indian and on paper such Information respecting river bank at South Kockledge,", saida As an advertising medium on tho East ,Hotel Indian hirer guests made the-

were tin town on Saturday last.We River Rockledge left, for on a The short Inn visit, Palm this\ the budding and cultivation of_ the prominent northern lady to an Anvo- Coast the ADVOCATE cannot be beaten. following catches : Mr. henry Bradley..,.
acknowledge a pleasant call. week. They best sorts of orange and grape fruit oATE reporter on Sunday afternoon lout. Md. silver trout
tlb. om301b.
Potomac one
and will from ,
Beach, on Wednesday, go and I It certainly Is and those tourists who
methods of ;
trees the best grading
Mr.: W.Bradley of Brooklyn, N. Y., Nassau before returning north. \ bans, and other fish to the total.
; there to packing the produce, and of the cultivation -. do not stop off at Kockledgo miss a Euchre Party at Jlockletljre.Hotel
is at Hotel Indian River, I weight of M: pounds; Mr. Jos. G. Went.
now staying deal.
I Rockledge. This gentleman is the owner -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. G. Banks, of and shipment of tomatoes, pota- great New York, one 13II bass, with rod; Mr.
lot a fine piece of property at Sharpes, New Rochelle, N. Y., who has been visitIng toes, onions and early vegetables for the -Mr. Carl Breltwlsch Is now settled at Plaza was quite lively on Saturday E. Mlldeberger, New York, one :Urtilb.. .
I to which he and County Surveyor Burch- several places along the East Coast United States markets. Lemon City, at which place he Is running I night lost, the otlloe biting crowded and :271b. bass, with rod and line ?olr, 1'.
Iflol went on Thursday morning, to locate stopped over at Hotel Plaza, Rockledge, Preference will be given to a man a first-clous dairy and poultry farm with tho many guests stopping at that J. Baker, Syracuse, N. Y., one !.Mlb.: bans;
I the boundary lines. several days this week. Mr. Banks Is a with good experience In similar work In Mr. Breltwlsch Is an enterprising young fine hostelry. Six: tables were plll.celiin Mr. A. C, Wood, Syracuse! one 301 b. hems;
proper prominent lawyer in the above city, Florida. man, and we bespeak share of position, and It wits not long ere nil took Master Austin Wood Boston, IHlbs.: eat.-
I -Messrs. S. B. Bean and Chas. F. and very has his offices in the Postoffice Applications with original testimonials the business in the above line In the Biscay their seats and commenced a Came( of fish

I Kennedy, of the Tropical Sun staff, have Building.Mr. to be add relied to ne Bay suction. He directs us to progressive endue which wan kept up
purchased the Gazetteer plant, at West CAPT. J. D. McLACIILAN,. A. D. C., "send the newsy ADVOCATE": to him. with considerable spirit until shout 11
Palm Beach, and will shortly resume M. B. Murphy and son Charles, Government House, p. m. At the termination of the game' A Merry Party.One .
publication of the paper under the title Accompanied by !Mrs. Chas. A. Bossen Nassau, N. P. -Ono of the lady scholars of the Stetson All'll. H. lit Peek dUtrlbutod1, prizes, -
of Lake Worth Herald. and Miss Adele W. Bessen, of Philadelphia University, DoLand, writing the won by the following: Gents (first prize, of the most jolly parties of ladles.

passed through Titusville Monday. -Mr. F. O. Case, of Broadway, New ADVOCATE: this week, says : "The University J. A. Elsbroe; second) )prize, H. and ge.itlomon who hRvo'been tapping
-Capt. C. G. Longueull, a prominent on their return to St. Augustine, aftera York and his brother, Robert, closes on May lUth. DoLand Is Walton; third, C. K.: lioUisey; booby, at Hotel Plaza, llockU*-tt, thin week
resident of Montreal, Canada Is one of pleasant visit to Palm Beach. Mrs who have been young spending several weeksat at present full of strangers, most of Dr. W, W. Hull. Tlie. Indies! who He- arrived from Louisville. Ky. Tliuy haul

the many tourists who are pleased with Murphy is no stranger to Indian River, the New Rookledge hotel, Rockledge, them being delegates to the C. E. Con- cured prizes: were! First prize: Mrs. been on a trip tu Ponsacolii, and stoppedoil
Rockledge. He has been there Mince the where she has many friends. They leave fur Daytona to-day for a short stayat vention, which Is being held here. A fJul'l'lei second, Mrs. I'opu; third, Miss. with Manager Peck for a went. or sun .
first week in December, and expects toVIRlt stopped over at Ormond en route to the the Palmetto House. Mr. Case I I. reception was held In Chaudoln Hall, W. (I. Nelson; booby, :Mrs. C. IK !Hanks. route to Palm Beach. In the party
Rn trlAH: will jeieftbe.ummer In England and of Cincinnati were present, and all buildings were )Messrs.. A. W. Chapman C. Jr.. Helesey, Louisville Driving anti Fair Association
Scotland-going via Jamaica. -Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Smith, Walton.Mr. for their Inspection." G. flanks. .I. A. ElllbrRo
; affable open W. W. Ilall.C. and one of the largest dlstllleis In that
-Wr regret to say that the little four- 0.Miss, and Lucille their Harbiae,grand after Chas. T. Verbeke, proprietor of .-Rev. J. T. Huntington, of Harford, Kobt. J. Gllmore, Chun. II. Walton, 'L. city, accompanied! by his charming wife;.
monthV-old daughter; of Mr. and Mrs. H. : daughter, several weeks at Hotel Coquina Hotel Du Nil, Santo while in Dr. Hugh- Conn., passed through= here Tuesday, on Jaquls, Clarence Howliind, J. O. Walton, II. Kobn and wife, Geo. Wolf and wife,

T. Norwood died here, of pneumonia, on spending, Ormond are now snugly ensconced lett's drug last store at stricken Cocoa with on Sunday a fit of route to Palm Beach, Lemon City, Miami .f. H. Eastman, C. II. Peckham, W. and Mrs., T. W. Spindle. :Mr. Kohn I...
Saturday morning last, and was buried Plaza Rockledge. Mr. Smith Is afternoon was and Cocoanut Grove, to assist Bishop Howard. Mesdames: Spindle, Howell, one of Louisville's most; prominent crlm-.
the same day In LaGrange cemetery.The at hale and hearty old gentleman of 82 apoplexy. Dn. Hughlett and Scofield Gray In his ministerial duties. Mr. Peek, Banks, Sheary, Nelson, Taylor, Inal lawyers, well known throughout
ADVOCATE: condoles with the bereaved a and he has been visiting the were Immediately la attendance upon Huntlngton pre 'he,1 at Ormond church McDermott, Currier, Eastman; and Pope. I Kentucky; while Mr. Wolf I. a largo.
summers, the sufferer, and by their constant care
parents In their loss.Craven's Cast Coast of Florida for about 17 years. and treatment they have kept him aliveso two Sundays, and spent one week at his Jeweler and diamond merchant and ex-.
are making lots of place at Lyratta, where he has had l.OOJ alderman of Louisville. They were cer
The far. Up to yesterday afternoon be Orange Wine for Bale
Band open-air concert crowd and the ADVOCATB
an talnly a ,
gave; their geniality.Mr. trees, budded and 2.000 young trees I merry
on their new band stand oppositethe friends by was still lying unconscious. Capt. Wm. transplanted. lie was accompanied by representative was pleased to meet them..
ADVOATB building, Tuesday night. I F. W. Schoonmaker and son D. Oliver is In constant attendance upon I far In one, two and live-gallon demijohns, This week they have been visiting the
his Miss Hnntlngton, as
Mr. O. H. Voss, late manager of the Frank, of New. York; Mr. Robert Rush- : him. Mr. Verbeke Is a well known and south daughter as Ormond, Mr. Huntington expects tenjcaUon: kegs and barrels; also In two-'. ostrich farm and orange groves-; and
'Indian River hotel, kindly donated a box more, of Plainfield, N. J.; and Mr. R. H. 1 highly-respected resident of Indian River to through Titusville Tuesday dozen pint. and one-doien quart cases. have mad some big hauls of fish. Col..
of cigars to the members on the above Griffith, of Providence, R. I., started and his many friends hope for his the pans 81.l Inst., en route home. Prices .OO, ;2.23; and *i.-0 In demijohns Douglas.being the lint to make a big
occasion, for which they tender him from Rockledge on a tubing and bunting recovery ; l.75, In kegl /I.MIn barrels; catch ot trout and b.... The ladles,
'many thanks. trip on board the fine yacht Rosalind, In Attention Is drawn to the new ad. -Prof. J. R. Anthony, the competentHncipal .4' per two dozen pinto, |4 one dozen all of whom were In the fishing partywere -

command of Capt. Hardee, last week, of the Grand View hotel Titusville, of the Titusville- nubile school. quarts.. In c..... highly delighted with their' me-
-Mr. S. D. Geiger, who has been and made some big catches of fish. On which will. be found on 8th pace of this r'formith.t; the studeaU of our Address, THOS. Dunailr.Courtenay ...". and said they Intended going on...
about week or so In Melbourne Indian River the above school are now doing some interesting Fla. ,
spending a their trip down Issue. The house has been thoroughly graded :alligator bunt, several of then exonrslons -
in the Interests of the Continental party visited Eau Gallle, Melbourne, cleaned, painted and renovated from work in written laminations. III charge of Mr. Harry Eyer. havi.
National Building and Loan Associa- Grant, Sebastian and Pelican Island, top to bottom and furnished with now They have never before gone through Belling Out at Coat. I log started from Bockledgo .. If
'Uon, of Gainesville, of which he is the where they saw an immense number of carpets, bedding, eto.. We are asked to such exercises and are' much pleased. an alligator Is captured by shale party
,state agent; returned home on Saturday pelicans. Mr. Schoonmaker... been at state that the hotel will be run In first- "This Is a straw," so let the parents ,.. The large and varied stock at dry ODe of the ladles said they wMlA bare

last. He left for Fensacola, Monday, to the New Rockledge Hotel, Rockledge, class stIle and will be kept open all the quire the children to bring In their roods, notions, etc., eto., of tb6 IL C. Its photograph taken to MINi to ,their-
attend a meeting of the Grand Lodge of since February; ana he Is delighted v-Uh year. Mrs. L. H. Decker, of the Decker papers, and Inspect them that they nay Badge Dry Goods Co., which. was recently friends In Kentucky.
Knights of Pythias, and expects. to re- that picturesque spot-and so is his son House, whose reputation a caterer I.. see for themselves what their childrenare purchased Kline, of
,turn to town to-morrow Frank. two well known to need any comment, doing. Prof. Anthony says his work Titnsvtlle, will be offered at cost price, the
_________ will have charge of the housekeeping to open for Inspection. Thee. are not from this date until It Is cleared oat., to Where Adhroe te.TUosvtn .-

Wanted. and equine; white the office ,,10'" In the final examinations but weekly reviews make room for now stock. Those of oar .
Shlprnan Engine ,For gale*. Mole charge of the lessee, Xr. J. G. Bait, done In writing. people needing anything In tb. above ., Dr. J. B. Soreven,
-small mole. not whose natality. and gentlemanly haraetorisuea. On should not. fall to civ* Mr. Kin a It .... Kmma Xatom. .a.,
With boiler, burning coal oil; two- 'A ;Mdlom-slsed of or and sound. Pleas are already winning for bin Fine Watches, cant a* they will certainly save money West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros. .,
hol'M Can be sewn with Palm Boaen ,. PoiDol....
po Herbert 7Vfiwhen writing, address many friends la this section.. Tbs by doing so. Royal
Capt. J. K. Daytona: price 975. THOS. DArrmmnr, Grand View-will be ready to rscstv Clocks and jewelry repaired by An Mall orders will be well and promptly .4 .. Palm Beaoh Ian

Apply to H. J. Tirrnr Coartenay, H*. Courteaay Fla. gusty on Monday Mat. Utooy.Bros., West Palm Beach. attended to by the above house. Ormond Hotel Ormond.C .


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Ji I'I'; 2 INDIAN ,RIVER ADVOCATE. MARCH 20.vl, $96.If'l .
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ki$. ftOCIBTIBS, ETC. nut, and announced rte per: cent of oafs '.f.- DONKKYWHITK rxT?:. W"IfTItD-Senral' ". trustworthy gentle- yt

I >elne'and .tbeobroml 1 ., 'Within, the last men or' ladies'to' travel in Florida for
1 '. established callable bouse. Salary $780
r Free and twenty years It has been.Introduced Into CITY, FLA., Mar. 0;*$0. and expense Steady position. En- ,.

the United States, and an American Editor Advocate: close reference and self-addressed,

i h '$ if / Masons house that of F. Stearns A- Co.., of De- stamped -envelope. The Dominion
On last
Accepted troit, Mich, has been mainly instrumental Friday evening a "Donkey Company, third floor, Omaha Build- '
In disseminating valuable Information Party" was given at the school h usc. Ing, Chicago,Jll. ; ).
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I Many people were present and lots of !
regarding its medicinal qualities. In 09
Indian Tltusville I fun was had. His donkeyshlp was lung ,
Ate' 1801 this !house printed y ;
comprehensive, Genuine Bargains J
Giver r/ I Fla. upon the wall, the tails; having been distributed y9

Lodge, 1'i' o. 00 handsomely Illustrated, scientific monograph to the company, the fun and t ,
: on Kola, of 78 pages, describing ksaNrf
merriment commenced. Mr. Frank Bell
; '" 11010111 l It* tho nconnd l and fourth Friday the pharmacognoHy, physiological and led off and his tall the
pinned right
at each at thu Court house. ,Titus- on '
t 41 l mouth therapeutic action and chemical meritsof r
,.) $" villo, at 8:00 p. back of the animal. Miss Lenn Orrel, + c

V :/ 11. Wilson, Wonhlpfull\ the nut,' also including a very complete the next one, did not succeed In touchIng 1. Twelve acres of hammock { yg hCG

A. T. Feaster, /Senior Warden. bibliography of the subject. Copies -,, I land at Sharpes postotiice;i. about 300 feet Cz 1 1i
the animal at all but off anti -
Uoo. W. Scoble, J unlor Warden. of this pamphlet have 'recently been got away front on Indian River, runs back to
on the side. Then Mr. Roberts succeeded road has It a house of nix:
J,'.' Joseph lIIendcl.Iecl'etary./ circulated county ; upon ""
largely along the Indian River .. :
l l c ": : J..M. Dixon treasurer. In placing\ his tall right on the left rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000; 1

4 ", It. F. Hall, (:Senior Doivcon. south of Titusville, through articles on ear of the animal, thereby abandoninghis barn, stable, outbuildings, ,etc. Has a
,1 x tJ\. A. Cleveland /Senior Steward. Kola printed by the editors of the INDIAN grove of 600 large bearing trees, In line p 1 14Sf

at'' '.1''/r11 V Clias.; II Walton, Junior Steward. RIVER ADVOCATE:; who have, we chances! for first prize. Mrs. .Jacob- condition before the freeze, and will soon
Itw sen pinned her tail nearer to Fort Pierce recover and bear good crop. Remainderof
., ,; also learn, dlstrlbu ted seeds to various
i and Is of best for
land cleared quality
': than the donkey, and took home with ,
", KNK1HT3 Sections south of Lake ''Worth to find if vegetable farm. This property was held
, 1 r ''>'J. '" Soul mole 1.0<111:8.: No. !M1. linlilH its meeting[; at they will and thrive. her the booby prize. :Mr. R. Peterson; firm at S,000 one year ago': will sell today :
,. the Court house, the first fnnrThursday. even- come within an ace of pinning the tall for cash and $2,201)may <
toga: of each month at S o'clock Another recent publication by this $3,800; $1,000
: '. I D. H. I'mroiiAui, J.T.RKYNOCIM, :house Is of in its proper place, and received first remain on mortgage; This Is a
an account with
\ C. C. K. of II. & 8. prize. When Miss M. Christensen came most desirable place. for a home, good;

."( fresh, undrled, true African Kola, and to try her skill the poor animal seemedto location, close to postofflce, school. SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW |
GUARDS. preparations of the same; with tests by church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood.The RATES!
I INDIAN ItlVEIl ,II be suffering from great torture, from bare land alone is almost worth the

I I Drill At tile Armory, over county Jail every physicians athletes. soldiers- 0 and others. the number of pins that had been stickIng price asked. Fluent Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York
'JTueHiluy evening in the month, at 8 o'clock. <, and ol experiments in the armies of of the Handsome New Steel
: The Fleets/ composed following Steamers"Comanche"
-- A. T. PEAHTBU,Captain. Into him all evening; but :Mrs.\ Beck 1- :
t Europe and America with It No. 2. Thirty acre tract with house
I as an emergency "
I,, V '" -------- -- -- ---- -- -- ration; this pamphlet U exceedingly : thought he could stand. one more, and j I of eight rooms, artesian well, large portion (new), "Algonquin, "Iroqnols, "Cherokee, "Semin!
1 M she succeeded In placing her tall in the i cleared, eta; adjoins hotel propertyat
\\1 CIIURCIiES.I interesting and presents the claims
knee which must have crippled him Sarno, near Eau GallIe. The land
'I w of the various than I Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide
I preparations now being alone is worth more price we quote,
EPISCOPAL CHURCH. I' severely. This ended the evening's fun. From JACKSONVILLE .1.'LA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays Tuesday and Tliiind, ,
,L made In a strong light, both as a remedial $2,250. The owner refused $5,000 a year From CHARLESTON S. C., -' Mondays, Wednesdays. and, <
itrvlcen the 1st and 3rd Sundays In eaoh and as a strengthening agent A great many of the tails were lodgedIn ago. lIe must sell without delay, and For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule or Jacksonville and Charleston dully. jlajjjj,
moutb. at II a. m. and 7:::1,11",) m. Sunday school the region of the neck making a sort has authorized us to take $2,200; $1,2SO
1 .every Sunday at 2:30: p. ,II. Evening: prayer at There seems to be, as might be expected remain SouthBound.Steamers .
y 8p. nn. on Wednesday Litany service every of a necktie for the donkey, the pet attraction cash, balance may on mortgage
A nut somewhat similar to the are to sail from Pier 28, East River, New York at 8 p. m., as folium
] Friday at 10 a. m.Rev.. B. F. BROWN Rector. of the evening. AH enjoyed the No. 3. One hundred and thirty-six For CHARLES'' appointed Mondays, Wednesdays and, triLI
Kola, called the West Indian Bessy nut, game immensely. Coffee and cake were and 85-100 acres of land at New River For JACKSONVILLE,FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays, Briibi f fClyde's

from which wine, cordials and elixirs are Three-quarters of a mile water front.

n, METHODIST CHTJKCH. I made, and offered to the public as of served, and delightful. dance. was kept Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and

h Services at 'ritusvlllo every first second l and equal value to the true African Kola. A up for several hours. 8 of section 13, township 50, south of St. Johns River Line.
third dulilmth at II a. m. and T p. m.1; Sunday The delightful: and amusing game, range: 42 east. Price $1,000 for the

i' i school at at in A p.o'clock in.every a, in.every Sunday Sunday; Prayer I KpwortnLeague meetlnl7 point of special Importance seems to be:. known as the "Donkey Party" nag become whole tract, or less than $7.00 per acre; (DE BAItY LINE) .

i o'olurk every Thursday' nliiht. The publlo. are the freshness of the nut, which Is said to quite popular in society, amount- or we' will take $10 per acre in forty Jacksonville, Palatka, Sanford, Enterprise, Fla., and Intermediate LamllngiJ
i cordially Invited to attend our services.F. lose somewhat of its virtue when dry. acre tracts. We believe a purchaser \
.M. C. EADS Pa tor. Ing to almost a craze. It has captured can sell this land and double his the St. Johns River.
If, then, it can,be grown .In Florida instead -
the The soon as steamers beginto The Iron Side-wheel
fun-loving public everywhere. money as elegant :Steamers:
1 I J'' y PRESBYTERIAN CHCTRCII. of having to be brought from is In its run through the canal next
subject BO grotesque conception "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k De
a Africa, It will readily be ,seen how Important December. We own this land our- BarflLeave
Services every Halibut!) at 11 a. m.and 7.30pun. and the fun It produces so ridiculously Jacksonville, Dally except Saturday at 8:30:: m. Leave
p Returning Sanford
but need to other
selves develop Dally
Sunday m-hool' at U:45: a. m., Chun. Gardner, the Kola as an article of commerce money 11 rag
Sunday a. in., Enterprise! :
Hui>t Prayer hlfOUnlun Wednesday eveningat funny that tho old or young cannot' but enterprises hence offer it at a price a. m.

+ tealuuraervtuee.7:80.: ; The niilillo::': are cordially Invited to at would be since It could go direct help enjoying an evening with the don- which will insure early sale. Buy this SOUTH 1I0UND. SCHEDULE. I NO1tT113eti1
from the tree to the
pharmacy within Read down. I
a laud and double lIeRd
H. M. Gounnix Pastor. A of tailless Is your money. up
1 two or three days after gathering. At key. picture a donkey Leave 3.30 p. nn. ................ .........Ja"k.nnvllle.... ............. ........ AnI' 83,1,
hung upon the wall. The artist who No. 4. The north three-fourths of to 8.411 p. m. ............................I.alatlea...........................Leave
!I BAPTIST CIIVRCII.PrellOlall'K present the commercial value of a poundof caudal southeast quarter of section 7, and of to 3.00 a. m. ........... ............... A.tor... ................ ....... .... .. 3.Np
nuts seems to be about $1.50./ attempts to restore his appendageIs lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, southof to. .,00 a. m. .........................flt. Francis........................... to \\IlL:
i' every neoonil and fourth Sundays, furnished with the proper article, Js .I 7,341: a. m. ................ ...... lIere.for'' .......................... to i2.s
''t o morning and. evening. Prayer Meeting[; every The trees grow, wild, very generally, range 41 east, containing 150 acres. 1 e.lal a. m. .... .....................Blne Sprll1gs.. .................... .... to I1.JOL': 110
( p Wednesday evening; at 7N: ) o'clock. Sunday given a good look at the animal Is then This tract has a large frontage on the Arrive 11.00 a. m. ............. ........ ..Ranford........................... to vat
I, School every Sunday at 0:415: a. in. Also '.reach-, upon the western coast )f Africa, be- blind-folded, turned around three or St. Lucle River, two miles from the railroad -. to 9,211 a. m. .......... ................Enterl'rille... ............ .......... to .3IILt
leg: IIr" Hinxliiv at i.aGran' Himilay.
( ,II Oak Hill All are cordially invited to attend. tween Sierra Leone and the Congo river, four times, and then tries to pin on thedonkey's crossing. Price' $15 per acre. Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvlll
} 1 e B. A, OKIOKU 1'astor. and is found as far as 000 to 700 miles .
tall.\ II. No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township

$' > Inland. It resembles our chestnut tree 37, south range 41 east, containing 77 J. A.LESLIE:, Supt. JNO. L. HOWARD, Fla. Fr't Agt. F. M.IRONMONGER,JR., Fla ra
CATHOLIC CHURCH. and attains a height of sixty feet or acres. This tract has a'' quarter of a JACKSONVILLE, FLA. f

m, A I' Service at 10 a. in. every Sunday In new more. It blossoms and fruits all the In Albany a man sold his wife for 25 ; mile front on the St. Lucie River at THKO. G.EOOER, T. M., A. J COLK, General Passenger Agent[; M. H. CLYDKA.TIIS |
cents a Pittsburg woman her husband Stuart Station. Price $35 acre. BOWLING
Church tiulliiliiK, North Tltunvlllu. Clhlldren'a year round, but the fruit is gathered but ; per GREEN NEW YORK.
oateahlam at a u. m. for (200 In cash and jewelry. This wide. WAI. P. CLYDE &: CO., General Agent..
kav.J.FO'BovLaRector.: twice a year, in spring and fall, and we I ; No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, 5 Bowling;Oreen,New York. 1JI, So. Delaware Av., |
variation shows the usefullness of mar- Fhlludelphk
I fronting on Biscayne- Bay, at Ewanton :
-- ------------ --- know these seasons. The pods contain
ket quotations and even of the stock Heights one mile south of Cocoanut
from one to ten seeds or nuts apiece.
i market. There ought to be some kind Grove. Price $5,000. This price may ------- ---.-.- -.-.-- -. .
The nuts resemble our horse chestnuts. of steadiness in these transactions. seem high, but if you will try to buy any -:' --

BankPresident Their coats are purplish red in color, and land fronting on Biscayne Bay, in good
Cleveland World. Southern
the flesh within is sometimes a pale red, location, you will get your eyes openedas .
to prices asked in that section. This uuis-
sometimes a greenish yellow approaching :
I Luther'a wedding ring was a most tract is the only desirable parcel we

Lewis of Sabina, Ohio, white. They possess a bitter, some elaborate affair containing representations -* have left fronting on Biscayne Bay

I x ; f la highly respected all through that' what astringent taste. The price asked, $5,000, will yield us a Railway,)
of all the articles used at the
;t' .section. lie has lived in Clinton Co.' The tree seldom begins( to 'yield fruit crucIfixion fair profit, and we are satisfied that
The ladder, the cross, the rope, nothing similar ran be had at a much
and has
76 years, president of until Its fourth or fifth and does ABSOLUTELY
year This tract will doubtbe THE
the Sabina Dunk 20 years. lIe gladly the nails, the hammer, the spear, the higher price. no SHORTEST ROUTE
not come into full bearing until Its sold within a few weeks.
i testifies to the merit of Hood's ,I Harsaparllla :: thorns were all shown In the circumference

't''' ) and what) he Bays Is worthy tenth year, after which dt produces an of this peculiar piece of jewelry.St. .- No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,.
of 120 pounds of nuts annually.It close to the and office at Mal-
{ 14 attention. All brain workers find average Louis GlobeDemocrat.In post COMPARTMENT CARS DINING CARS .
IIi i ; Hood's !tiarsnpurilla peculiarly adapted goes on flowering almost continuously abar. Large house with upper and lower ,
veranda, costing $1,000.00. 7 rooms in THOROUGHFARE COACHES VESTIBULED TRAINS]
to their needs. It makes rich so that flowers and fruit be ; ,
pure, may birth is beautiful .
t several towns In Holland a fair repair, river front, lawn

red blood, and from this comes nerve, found on the same tree simultaneously.There announced by exposing at the door a etc. Most__all the laldl cleared; 100 _QUICK TIME TO ALL POINTS_ _NAMED.n__.___ _

mental, bodily and digestive strength."I are two regular gatherings ,of silk pincushion covered and edged by large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This

ata glad to say that Ilood's Baraaparlll fruit In the year-In October to Novem- plaited lace the sex of the Infant being will make nice home for anybody. NORTH AND EAST. NORTH AND WEST.

tea very good medicine, especially ber, and In May to June. The fruit shown by the color-for a boy, red a Good neighborhood. Price only 125000./

J sea blood purifier. It hat done me good takes a brownish-yellow color when girl white. No. 8. We offer tract known aa "As- Ne. 3'1' Wo. 8S No. 13 "
; time For several I suffered Short U. 8. CID'No.\ .
many years plnwall, containing about 100 acres, In
and the seeds All
,greatly with pains 01'Neuralgia ripe, opens, exposing 'of The real satisfaction which praise can section 14,, township 27 south, range 37 Train Dally Llmlt.d LID. FaitMall.' All ,:Train Dally. and 'Floda:,.
which red and white may be found In FIa.Ltd. E
east. Beautiful large front
afford is when what is repeated aloud on peninsular -
the same pod. A single flower may produce at mouth of BlnsnlRiver.. One
with the of conscience. J' O. & am 860! L.,. utfi1llYiIlj8 -
agrees P.11' pm Jacksonville 11'. O: A P. 100 m
w five or six: cells, and each .cell may -Johnson. of most prominent points and prettiestcoves t3.C.61P.J... ..... .. pm II UI pm Everett, Southern ..... _9 1t6IQU_ ] (
the river. r. 11 IiO "
i ilit contain from five to fifteen nuts, the on Splendid site for .... 'M pm pm IS Q\I\ pm am A..r. Maoon Southom ...... AJ\l' III
winter residences. Very deep water art tt..SOuth.rn.... 10811 .. Atlanta, to ,.. ,.IS Q\I\ am 7101 po
lit, 1n' on eye and about my temples, especially weight of which varies from five to close to shore. The best bargain ever &I''. stoySuuth4r5. ./ am am I a am Cliattanooira ?? II'" aID r

l at night when I had been having twenty-eight!, grains each. It has been pOMAR & THOMAS offered. Price M,2: :>O.Otl, or about $17.50 .. QraPean.B.R..1. r.* am 11 pinpm a ClnrtjinaHrQ. A CT:;....'! T5.6 pm d

', I hard of and mental labor Was held at \ two hiIad.lpbt."tqt.R.B.. pm 800 filii KTrtempTiSTK. a-nf.&B.: : : I pm
a day physical : acclimated In tho West Indies, Brazil and per aero. $10,000 years !. .. orkPena.B.R.. S68 pm 8110 am Kanmm, City, e Wpm !

,' 1 took:many remedies,but found help only other South American countries, and ago. 1' 1$ 7EP
a Jacksonville, Plant 8. .........
dn;Jlood's Sarsaparilla which cured me ol the French of Ouadalonpe, Cayenne, NOTE:-The above descriptions will Through the "Land at the Sky" Dall,.. JeHup Southern.. ....... ......... '
:rheumatism, neuralgia and headacbe..JJood'l and Plumbers. enable customers to locate the L .. Ar. Macon, ,..,... .........,,1'114 II
Tillers several F. O. & ...... .
P .... "
Bariaparllla has proved Itself true Cochln China and the Gabon. So: far In properties very closely by examiningone I ..vaoaah .. .. .. .; J11: Atlanta, ... .. -.. ...

I'' I 'friend. I also take Ilood's Fills to keep this country It has been grown only in of the J., /St. A. A: I. li. R'y company's "" Colombia SpartanburK.Southern, ................ 600 m Ar." Chattanoosri, to .......... f filII 11 po
11411 ......
"""" am clnn..u.Q.O.
tttf bowels regular and like the pills tho botanical gardens at Cambridge and railroad maps, but we will be Ar. AnherUle ,..,........".. 100 Pili Ar. Birmingham ,uth..rn ......
Galvanized Iron 'Guttering pleased to send special L..AooheYiIIt.. a ........... II... .. Vt: 20 pm ..
r very mach." lasso LEWIS, Bablna, Ohio. Washington. D. O. maps on a large Knoivllle.. '. ,."........... 810 pm .. BQILTISIrb'IfH.KCM..S.( 8 13 pm .............
scale on'application to pm bt. Louis .
parties who : ,Cairo Bh. Ll.. 8 M am
Dr. Smith In the American Therapist AP.Ctnclnnat1.Q. gs Q. .. .
mean business and Intend to buy, if they " 'I ami .. ..... "..." .. ". .." ".. .".... """-

of Jan., 181)3) In a paper on the medical < can find such a bargain as they want p. m..Short 11:10 p.train m. leave Through Everett Pullman for Brunswick. 828;: a. m., 7:2S: a. m., 10:00: a. MB: p. i"jl
Kola SpecialtyEstimates sleeper Jacksonville to Aihevlllo. I
HoodsI properties of says : "The great Cincinnati! via
I value of Kola Is due to the presence of : and Information, apply to any Agent of this great Railvwl

certain alkaloids, theobromiue and caffeine Correspondence Solicited. Tltusville, Fla. System, c: its connections.

I, together' with the new and powerful W. A. TURK, W. H. GREEN J.
principle known as kolanln. The -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, o..u.Pass,Agent. Gen.Supertntsndent T..ftle Manager, Asst. Gen. .. M.

I Is the One True Blood Purifier. AlldrugglRts. |L stimulant properties> and sustaining Titusville, Florida. No one $1; No. two, $10; No. three, $.111TltusvlUe. Washington D. O. Washington D. 0. Wllllhlnlftou. D. 0. Allenta5.

r Prepared only J>y C.I.Hood&Co.,Lowell Maan.Mj \ !. Fla. a W. D. ALLEN
f powers of coffee and cocoa,, are well ,
1 I are prompt, elDclent and known, and kola contains not only a 21.11 Passenger Agent,
la'l l flOOd fl .PIlls,My In effect 11\leotl. February 23l. 1111/6. West Bay Street JACXSONVILLI TLA.
of their characteristic

4 large alkaloids percentage, but also kolanln, whose physiological A Boon to Florida -. .J-

effects are more powerful and --------- -
f Till KOLA NUT. -----
lusting than either caJTeine or theobrom WE

I r VV1I1 the Kola nut grow In Florida P ine, while, at the same time it is free :l

The answer Is in the future. At least from the objections urged against co- Water Works for Your Homes DELIVERA :1 t

t tl It olin le) tried. The fruits and nuts of caine. In view of these deductions ,

China, Japan, the East. Indies, oven of therefore, kola must be a valuable addition Etc. under own Control Piano Orga
I your ) or
Russia are growing here and ibere" on to our materla medlea; and, notwithstanding V

j this wonderful the south the amount of research \T
half-pennMula! of ours; why not, then, and Investigation expended: upon this to approval after NEAREST a trial In RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, sablt

those of Africa f We shall do 0111''bare product, it la altogether probable that YOU FURNISH THE WATER WE DO thoroughly Il\tlsfied. Our your prices own b0l18e. No money required until 701
fewof Its therapeutic ; .
only'a more Important are as low 1\8 house States
our terms any In the United
I toward solving the problemOne Kola applications have been deter- are 80 reasonable. anyone can purchase and for Instrumen

plant Is now growing In our home garden mined."-The Pineapple. THE REST. The Celebrated CONOVER. pay an
pad we have about thirty nut In a: The Renowned FISCHER. V

seed bed which we hope to. see sending Just now everybody beginning to takea Used with open and driven wells, The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I PIANOS.

up shoots at an early day, to ''be replanted i spring medicine, and It Is a good I thing springs and lakes. A few minutes workat And KINGSBURY.ocallon .
to do, provided you take Simmons Liver / ,
later. The knowledge of the Aeollon
Regulator-the best spring medicine.Its an air pump delivers the water allover ORCANS. Farrand & Vty., CHICAGO COTTA
Kola nut seems to date back to the? 12th sluggish liver that clogs the system v

Vt century, when an Arabian doctor mode and makes bad blood. A doa \a day of your house with pressure.. No cost 1 Braes and small Instruments Music J"

I mention of It In a book; but not until Simmons Llv r Regulator will make a to operate. No, windmill or overhead ( money. and Books. Write UI; we will save

the 16tl1'contury did It come Into use man Look out for of the you Red and Z a on new the woman pack. tank. Simple and durable. ,..,-, The .. B.

fits medicinal qualities. The Jesuits age. It Is Simmon Liver Regulator you Write or apply for 'particulars to the BUCHCR'S t I Campbell: Co.,
t mention its Importation PMaadl4,:Watsr' Works' e "
Into Sierra Le- want., JACKSONVILLE .
or to gysts. .' '
Anvoc.naJ ..' FLORID
,; one by the Portugese; and by the end of .
'l'T .)'4: > _
The mac who pray'* for Congress. gets ifssaabDtirlnr .. i .. -
"the _
s e century a Dutch doctor brought Hearing Pafstow Co. :

them' to London later; ,two French only hard) $000 job in year the", whole and It .the-only Spring-real / ,Pirtlbw & Ca, .; .: ',I Send th8 : ---

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B.OB>rofessional M. ROBBIHS. WALTER Cards.8. GBA HAM.3BBINS ,. For A over CANADIAN a year-Canada FAIR.11118 been bURY Florida East Coast Railway The Three Great FlOL",-=-6.= ,, .. : ;;

arranging for a great world's fair. It FOI\M"ItL\ Tull.laclcsonvllle .

will be officially known as the Biltish, .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Empire Exposition and International St. Augustine and Indian River Railway Coast Hotels I

LICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m.,
and 2 to 4 p. m.ITV'8VILLS Display of all Nation It will be opened Tlu. Table In Efface r.b. 1.'Uh. l/tlltl./ ,

Brevard Co., Florida. In Montreal on' the queen's birthday OWNED :KY THE PLANT Sys.
A. Box, 108. May 24th, and will be kept open until South Bound. North Bound.STATIONS. ... a \

ill practloe In all the courts state and fed October 12th. The exposition grounds )Su. No. :0.... lIo.. :-:... ... ,Xu. -
I lNot2
&::1 31. y3 31. I 74 11\ : lit
K'edal facilities for examining and perfect Covering about sixty acres, are attractivein iv.TSAk5OltVble. .. 800& 10610 aIMII"ii"4.f."P 1Y"'lmll.:: hUm109M1x fiIiIi i"il-" : :.:. ::

[land. title themselves, being situated at the base Ar iii'. AlIlllu.t1ne. 910 a IIIMI. 31up T43p: LvRuvel l'ulnclma IoiSN 71 oil a . ., ..... ,
L. 8t Augustine 9111 a 1110 q Lr W }'..1m I'-uh loins. 1 111m .. M. eo '1t tw.
& KENNARD of Mount Royal, and forming one of Lv Itastlngs..e.. .?. .. .... \I" a '" I.v !vleVA. 1Ji: ; a m. .. ....
ILLEH the Lv East a IUlMl q 1914: .. '" .. a III . . .
beautiful : J
most t
parks ID America, :::: -" : ;I;. ... f,1
Arl..latk..l02t1 1:126.: .., ....... tltnerd ? N a m .. . ,
ARCHITECTS. abounding In fine natural scenery. The L"Palatk .. 11:11\: a \13111' .. .... .. ....'ILvAhola..... .. .. 8:1: a u. ? .. .,,.
Stuart. .. 42C11 .. .. ..
building will be illustrative of different Ar Mateo :::: 1211' -16 .:::: -:--=''LJ"UMI..i::, :: : 8./11 a at* ? 'I

bust Coast business will have prompt forma of Lr_San. Mateo .8!30' a _.8 a. a I: Lv..I..n.: .. :: .. :. ..: : : : 114I a n0 : : : : : : :: : "'
Architecture and will, Include Lv..rtl.l ........ .. .. . . -1 emo
entlon. L..Orm..IIJ..i 1T1 q 1t: P . .. . .. .a : q m . sp
structures devoted to manufactures and L" n..ytona... .. 1120: a 119: p . . .. I.v 8t LuLu1'le . .. 844 a m. . .. .. ntie
TAMPA, FLORIDA. I."l' r& Urallll8.. .. .., 111:11': .. .... .., I.v""h".tlt"' . N a mt . ...'
liberal arts, horticultural and agricultural l.vNe"8"wrna..11"a. alII I' .. .... Lvllieibollrne.. .. ... a hi.......' '? .
i" 1 Industries Lvnak Hill..3? I' ...... .. l.v8..r".. .. .. .... 1\:11I: a 111 .....
and the fine with
arts L"Tltll ..IJI..I 34p alAI' .... .. .. Lv Ran: halite. .. .. I 1149: a so...... .
yTINOK S. JONES, houses for other departments, besides a Lv City: I'oint. .. ..... 3M I' ..... ....... LvlIcH'kl..IIl8 title 3Jl1'11I\I'I': : n0 .. ... .
j Lv ('..COA...... .. .. ...... 3/114/ I' ...... ... 'ac ..... .... ..... .I. 44 I' m .. ....
palace of all nations. In these structures Iv Roklod ljXt" htla. 120 I' 419: l' ? .........Lv' (tty hint .. .. ..19: 10:1: I' In .. ... 4'e5
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the Lv Raa, 1&llIe. .... IMp 4111 I' .. .., ,. Lv Tltnntll.) .. .. 3 1111' 12: l I' n0 .. ..
promoters will try to gnthcinll Lv ,.m.. ..... .. .... .. "Mp ...... .....I.voaklltll..... .. .,.. .. .1(6 I'
TUSVILI.E, BREVAKD CO., FLA that will spread a knowledge of the 1.1'' Melbourne ...,. 201 I' 6Ot I' ... .... .... .. 1.1' New 1I1II'rlla... 4lp, :2211: I. ..
Lv *el"'tlan....., .. .. 644: I' ............ ...Ivl'.rt 111'1' .. .. 2-:11': ..... ,
products, resources Industries of the Lv54Lnele. filii I' .. .. .. .... 27p ::1/1:11'/: .
County Judge of Brevard County. wOI'ld. The lint of the Into Lv FTort Pierce..... ........ 11<1.1" ....... ? Lvllayt011a..4 11I11' 3' II' .. .
groups LvFden .. .... .... ..... 719I: ? ... .... .... :\ I' .1'. ., ....
which they will be divided will give an LvJensen...., ... .... 1 17 I' .... .... .... Arfl.'M" ...) .. -111111.-10111 ti.: -:-
T. Lv Srllart .... ... ........ 1 iIIIl' ...... ........ Lv Sou Mater .. .. 31111' 310 I' .. .
[ L. OACt-nits J. SANDKIW: idea of the scope of the exposition. LVAIIeia.. .. ..., 73op .. .... .. .... -- Hotel Florida
Ar ... .
Notary. .vHohnSonmd ... II 110 at ... .86111', 7ME. Tampa Bay Tampa
AULDEN & SANDERS These are architecture and for'entry, l.v'V. 'ul.lter..:.. :: :. : : ::::: : : :" ,:.: Lr IUlxtkq..., ., ,, 54t1' ; :.:._ ,

means of transport general Indiibtry LvRlviera .. ) .. .. .. .... I."nl"'tlnwo... .. ..i'146 P1a
LvWlain. Vouch 500p 111:11.\/ ) \. ......... .... .Ar lit. Aaoretine. 6301',011, : p ed... ..,. The Semmolc Hotel, Winter Park, Fla.
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, food industries Vel' and sea fishery Lv Royal Ptdl10'nlt 1110 I' .. .... ..t. LvSt.' Augustine II ;all I' as 70011310: aArtgm
health industrial ,teach Inn 6111 I' ( ... .. .. ...... Ar.lackw.nyllle. . ..I (14" 1'10 11111I1Ii1l: : I'
nil )practice in all the Courts of the State machinery lighting The Inn Port all the
| Florida. and the United State Courts. arts, heating geographical section complete Trains and 3betwoenJeeletntvillo and St Trains 11I1 and 'botwoou. A1I1(1I"lIn" a'1AUICII.tlno Tampa, open year.
lally. .kM..vllle tinily.Train.
p..0.lIox,2311. TITUSVILLK, FLA.Money furniture means of safety, gardening :l:1: and 36 daily. 8xrel't 8I1mlt.y. Trsllvtu:: ,344 and, H tinny, evmpt "......IIIY.Tnll" -_.. --- -
to Loan. 18 31. ....lIth..t. 8t. A"It".tllI", dally .Xl''It 'J'n". 711. "'Itll of I'll.' AIItIl.tI"! ", dally except "
insurance and miscellaneous. There 8unday. Bnn.l"v.
Train 31 con..t..ta of l'nl1man I'ah.o, Carll only Tram 38 consists of 1411hnn !'alarm Care. 01,17.Traln23 .
will also be special departments as
POWELL TITUS, : NASSAU LUUTE1). between Jilek- Tram 1<1. NAM4AU! I.UUrE}. betwoun Valnsonvllle : The florida Central peninsular Railroad
the art department and historical collection and Palm lIoaeh. Besoll and 8t. Augustine.FALM ;

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. the women and children's de- --
Practice In State and Fedoral courts. Land partment, etc. Invitations have been Short Line between Florida and all Northern Puluts.
for Board of and the T 1 8TATtONS. No'.._ 5 NORTH I'OUNlJ.
[ties a ap. lalty. Attorney sent to nearly every country,
Commissioners, and County Solicitor. 1LvPalmlle..bJnn..Ar. :lClp Only 138 Miles between Savannah and<< Jacksonville.
unty responses have been such as to lead to 'fIll a.. Royal Potwlgnq..Lv 5231'723a. No 2 r\04 N.

O.BoX 84. TITUSVILLE, FLA. that exhibits will be WestpslaBeach. ........... Slap Ar NewMmvma l ii2ooj> ';:::- c
the belief extensive
.14010.. Lantana ........... .. ...... :: 595p u Lake Helen \10001I 11""' ...... Everett, Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia Washington, Bal.
received from the United States, the qO. "'J" ............ 111I8p.. UranKeCI 9:11Ioo: IMp.. .... '
T68.Linton. ... ....... ............ :: 11441' a O.CItyJune 9811a 1\MII'\ . .. timore Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wright.; United Kingdom France, Germany, AIOa : tIooa Ratone. ................. 1130 p __
Attorney-at-Law DeLand Fla Austria-Hungary Italy Sweden Norway 8111. .. HIII.I>OI'O, ........ ... .........I. 111141' SOUTHBOUND. Everett, ?Macon Atlanta, ChattlnoolllNIU.hvl11e, LouUvllle Cincinnatiand
83711 Proln'Bllo! ... .. ..... step: Clilcago.Kvorett I''
ALL & WRIGHT Denmark Russia Poland Turkish 94OaAryurtLauderdale.' .. ..... .... .. o.oop STATIONS. r\oS No.1 No. No
[ ": UlrmlnKbam Holly Springs, Memphis, I.lttlo Rock Kansas City, St
empire, Switzerland, Australasia, Ceylon f )e'" Smyrna t16aa TTIIi -' ::7': .
INSURANCE Lake Helen 1\13111' S41k.: .... ... .... Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.
AGENTS Burmah (Cape: Colony, Japan China Lv O.t! ('Ity 19 .III' 11071\. ..... .... Jtlvnr Junction, renxncola Mobile, New Orleans, Texas Mexico California
... ...... .
Tttiisvillc Florida. South and Central Ar 0l'ItyJnno 1:111I'1': 11111I\
Mexico, and the amltlio 1'aolllo Coast. Effective Feb. a.a, 1N1KI.

Representing the "Old Hartford" American rupubllcs. Train 23 and 74 nann Llmlttxl. make no atop excepting: th .
York Llniltud N. .II. leave Rt. Altitun
London & Globe and all the e.e Time Talilei shows the times at which trains may be expnctml to arrive and depart from / I.OIIVIMI .lat'kaonvlllu, 11:110
Liverpool the mar\1 ntatloim, but their arrival or departure at tho tunes shoed. In not Kiiarantood' nor .......atl.e wIth 1'hrllllllh lhluw0 for
leading companies. Are prepared to Impoverished blood causes that tired Co >p my Itolil Itself reHpiiiwIblo. for any delay or any consequences. arising theroforin.J. RouteNow dally. "' Hiivnniuih "'...h".hla.blllllt.III Hlnnpem, Hal-
rite lines up to $20,000: In any part of feeling. Hood's Saraaparllla) purities It. A 1ROTT. J08KIII IiriIAICI>HION.lel'rnnldent. New I'lillnilolpblii.' New Vfirk MoHton and all
revard county. enriches and vitalizes the blood givingnew < CJrn'l. I'mmenifer AI.t. ':' iinliiM. Arr veIlJI..k..nvlll..IIIlUI'.no.:
and increased and Ht.I Augustine! T:1"111"". m.
life vitality.Hood's
vigor -------- -- ------- --- -
New York Mull and Kxpro: No. nil, leave
3isoAYNB BAY, DADK! COUNTY.: TOAsheville .Iackeunv111u4:111a.iii.. dally Minnnwitlon. (naves
Pills are easy to take easy to Ht. AtmiiKtliin 7 ". m.l for ..".... northern point
IT W. E\VAN operate. Cure indigestion, biliousness, The Trunk Line. t'nrmandlnnllrunawlukualUnrlmt.:
| | U. S. COMMISSIONER. headache.At Tropical CINCINN Ar"I
Only LI" Through lli. ll Notary'Publlo: State at Largo. rmmtry lit Middle. Florid. I'xiixminlM.. unitF.MmiiiMn
the coronation of an empress or Mitve Jaokacnvllle W.4A: a. m. 't
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. & West -v.a. for Ijtkm' L .t'vl' Oak Muillmni:: Miintlrnllo,
{Correspondence solicited. Address: queen the ring was considered the most Jacksonville, Tampa Key Railway. TnllnhlsseelilverJanutlonl'en.nnola. Miilille,
View Hotel Cocoanut Now Orlemm, and the Moiitliw, Mexico' i'all-
Bay Grove essential portion of the regalia'next to JOSEPH 1-1. DURKEE: Receiver. fipMilu ami the 1'aclllo. ('."...t. Carrion Bleeperi,
Office, Ewan's Landing. ....
the crown. At the coronation of Em- Arrive JiiiikMonvllla 7I'M) a.

press Josephine a diamond ring was RoU1'H Time Table ha Effect Jan 0. .00. NlItTlt Hot Springs i Lenves.lnuke.mvllleede0.m.ForItarkelfaw.thorme .
W. ALLEN, used set with a stone worth $50,000. N;: e, I No. IO.-N--1 I : = '!,27 I N-OT-No: Tx. Nu. 1:14: : .ring, Oiialit'' '' *vlll.., C'mlar
GEORGE .....-1060a'SMp) '11 30e I."...,.... ( ( VIL1.5.Ar "B Oiii 8111I1' ina6JOpm Key, Wlldwtnl, IxwHlmrLC, Tavarn, Ainiika,
...... .. ...... .. 88Kp IIIII>a. ..... ... ..Urallil. l'ark. .......... 12tI"nolIII.m/ \. . .... and Knoxville nrlundo IJKKMKIIH, hails. (Ity, riant City; ,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, ... .. ..... .. 8491' II.Mla .., ..... .. .... .I.o..rla...<.. ..... .. ... 10llam l31pin.. Tampa. 'Arrlv Ja.'k' "onvllloa,4Jp.m.Clni'liumll : .
Tobacco Seed to be Given Away ....,... 113'J" 91111' : ... ... Magnolht.......... .. .. S40an1 3131.m 411I'in1138a : '
Florida. ...... .. S23p : ,....Gr.en.v.: 81'rlng. .... ... lII8am: III"'I"n 411'Jpm MAGNIFICENT SCENEIIY.THUOUOII and l FlnrMit; Llmltsd, Leave ..Tanknnvllle7.IH -
| Key West .... .... . .. 10CMlp / .., .. .JI..twlek. ...... ... 661am 1Mpm1225a .. : > |i. in. Miillcl VentIlinleTrnln. Tlma.
'We still have on hand some tobacco .... .... 103111' .. .... .... ...Palatka.II34)am/ 144pt11 410l'm a llttlnovor :in hour to Clnuinnntl, via Maoon
Will practice In the United States subscribers .... .... ... .. lIMp 9241a.. .: ......Bstemms.. .... ... .. 41111a.. 1lIIIfI.m: ...,.. .... SLEEPERS Atlanta. Chnt-tHniHiKa.. ('", ment. for Nahvllle.l.iinlxvlllit .
seed to give away to any of our ... .. ...;. .. 1I111p .. ... .., .I'Ltn/1115. .. .. .. ,.. ... 440atn 124TputIt : .. .... Chlnnni; and all point north amiwent.
| and State Courts. OjunOS who will call at the ADVOCATE ...... .. 41a ..... ...Cr..c lltCltyJunotJ..n. 4:1ia.:: 1:1: Mptn ,. .. ... Arrive Jnokmmvllle 11:3.: .. m.
office or send a stamped-addressd envelope ... ... 1'12'v 111M. .. .... ........Seville ... .... ... .... 4nll"m 11111I1..11 31111'11I Jacknonvlllo to Cincinnati.
.... .... ........ 1:1441.: 113115..? .... .Jer.non 81.rlngs... .... ... 321.11I 11 41ain..... Holly Springs Rome. St. Karma. ,
to: pay postage upon same. It 1&I .... .... .. ., 1449a ............ UleuwI",1, .... ...., ..... .In a m 1141 ant. .. . . Leave Jacksonville 0:50: p. m. (''''''''Kn. I...ave .1..k..I.! 7IHI: I', m Cltr.>
OLIN ASriXWALL,' of finest quality Vuelta Abajo and .. .... 1M P 1205 1227p: ., ... ...... .Ilerestord...... .... ... .041a. to 1131' m 240ptn MIUIIIII" Atlanta, lllnningnau0, Holly 1Irlnll..
Sumatra seed. State which kind of seed ... .... 2oM1p.,1241111Ar .... ., .....DeLand ...... .... fLv .. ....... 11IIIain420pinAr. Mnmphl, Slirlilnllel'l', Kana ("Ityr"t. Ixnil, (Chlnat', Sioux t'lty. Through Slee p..r. withiiuBcluing
..'...... l80p..Illnl.I.V': .,. ., 1141. ... 966ptnt228p to Katimi City and HE only see ulmnifit to Chicago| and Htniix <<':l1y. Arrive
you require. ... .... .... .. t22141,. ..... .. ..Enterprise ,, ........ ...... .. . tsanatnt2pm<(< JankMmvllle M::3)( ... m.
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. We also have pamphlets on tobacco .. .... i4:11.: ,. 24'lt. .. ... ......,.(!.teell.......,.... ... ......... IIOlam: Itapm344)p n..o I'. M.-I..oul! for Tallahassee. and I Intermediate point, Arrive Jacksonville 2:M p. m. ,
culture to give away to any caller at this ....... ....... 841lp. ..... .... .....MIlO.... ... ..... .... ........ e4natn 14411pIn 8iHI J*. M*-For Tampa Intermediate mintr.l'nlletatiPInc'rer..Arrive, JackiliiiivllleIJO.m.for .
........ 845 p..840p. .. ..... .La Orange ........ ... ............ 0Maml2afptn/ : : Mann, Atlanta, two Train Dally. Leave Jacksonville Hill a. in. and 111M; p. m. .
office. ...... t 3110 Sip Ar ....... ..TITUBVILLE.......... Lv .. ... ... 4 II :tCl a... tIItf: : )Pili'' Pullman Sleepers on all Night' Train,
I EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. Applicants will please state acreage to ...... 8 523 Mop .,.., ... .... .. Pwla............. .... ....... .. 1011am 11 <1118117 a nt
..,. .... 87I' ... .... ,fI..rrento......... ... .... . .... 6011a. nam &'r Bend for Host Indexed Township Map of Florida\ to 'to
be planted In tobacco, so that we may ...... 411 ...... ........Mt. Dora............. .. ....... .. 114l1am 1I01a'D A. O. :MAcDONELL
know how much seed to send them. ........ t 4110 1101' Ar......, ....Tavares.Lv .... .. 4 11311 a m flOIf/ ). no N. S. PENNINOTON, ,
F. W. CRAVEN, ........ ......... .. aatoro..L".tllO.ln 10M.m l'IIIpm' Traffic General AIr'c.u .
..?.. a 1s p.$3 O7p.Altamonte Spring' ..... .. Ils.m 10111.01 l08pm Manager. Passenger
-m DENTIST Sale of the Indian River Steam ........ !!! !! .... ,..Wlnt.rPark.. .,...... .... .Inl.m! 1Un6am! 12911' .. _
........ Ban sap .....,? .... ....un..uu...... .. ... .... ... M) a m 9 MS a to 1110 p m --- --- ----------- -- ------ -- -------------
boat Co's. Boats Etc. ... 408 07p ..... .. ......,Elsalmmee. .. ...... .. ..1204arn 9211an12ICpm
TITCSVILLE, FLORIDA. .. ...... .140 ..... .........II&rto.. ...........L" o :H.A.: : s a L TT: :s>.z 5G cow
.. .., . .... w .
.. ...... UO< .... .. .. ()ord".. ...I." . Tollsn9Mam
Office east side Hutchinson avenue near On another page will be found a legal .. ....... 61T 800 a" !lOp Ar.,.,...,. ...., Tampa..... ..... ...L" TOO a m 101oam ,nEALHIIN
...... ....Tampa tlotel. SLrS780pm IOOO"m .IN -
the sale of the .... 932 p1 83Oa'2CIp Bay pm 1I8Ilpm
Indian River Hotel. advertisement calling ...... liMa sSnpAr.PortTamps.:: ......... 1I10.m. .
Indian River Steamboat Go's steamers, ..... ...MonatndTfiure 9801' I.. ..........I'.rt'a....... ..AI' Tbnre.soilSun.. :J1II:1n.e: : 'W1nei: : an.d: L1cluore; ,
fixtures, furniture, etc., on the first ..... ... Tuea oS Friday. 8 flop Ar.............Ke WeNt..... ...L", 930 p no Wetl. .nll.l4Iot.
Also of landat .. ... ... Wed and Sat. II OOaAr.If""ana . .. I.'lallOpm Wed. and Met.a .
DR F. H. HOUGHTON Monday in April. a parcel 807.n 0 31 1 W. nay SL.JACKSONVILLE. .
Eau Gallic and the rights of wharf
Dally. t Daily except
age; and Interests In wharves on Indian '. FLA.
DENTIST ,- lease Train M, leaving Jckonvllla dally at 8:80: a. m., arrive at Hawthorne at 11:40, Oalneavllla
: or agreement.
River, by 12;3\. Ocala 1 on, IxeibnrK 3 M, Krookvllle fI:no p. in. Rye and tlonrlion. Whiskies from $l.79,
Train* 23 and 7H carry ththrough Pullman HnfTet Sleeping car between New York and It Tampa.Train I In : n.Ilendlcc .
Atlantic Block Fla. To Cigar Manufacturers. 124 and 120 Through; Vontlbule and chair oar Imtween JackoonvlllH .and Tampa. \ :r tautuno: *I.T5 to $:3.7n per KiUlon.ntr .
Train 21 and 32: through Pullman Bleeping ear between Jacksonville and Tampa.W. .
We make a Hpeclalty. of North Cam.Una.
n. COFFIN O. I>. ACKKRLY: I Mountain. ltn\n Corn Whiskey, three
Capt. Jas. Prltchard of this place, Informs General Superintendent. Ueneral 'NIIOIIKIIr Accent. yours old. $2.00: per gallon

A LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON the ADVOCATE that he will give Mt'ta..iim'.-i \gal'., :ZOOM, ,a Kal.\ anet, 3 5441., PURE
--- -- -- --- ) '
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW the use of a two-story building 30x50 will 1 K"K-a gal, ill 10 gal., fl.2II1{ ybb1..
free for one year to anyone who MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. fl.MI./ '
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVABES, FLA. start a cigar factory In Titusvllle. This : Tartlet. llvlnff In Dry Town will do.
Is an opportunity that should not be lost well to order from lie, a* w" can Nave WHISKEV;
Will continue to practice in the courtsof sight of by cigar makers In Florida.If Florida, New York, thorn IMI |nr ....nt.i>n all order
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All fir- Always shod money. with order.
business before the United States and Philadelphia and Boston. We will not upon new ai-nniint* nnlmi
Mr. John Lawrence Sullivan has ... JackitonvlllH, rnrurpnite In Iflvfll.)
State Circuit Courts will receive the tin Uootl *. nt C. I). H. to l>ry Town
Mailing from Fernandlna Vim and 0.
removed to classic of
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. actually Chicago a

Clalr-Abrams. the American stage has been anachron- PASSENGER 8KKV1CR. __. u -- ---

ized, and the local society reformers of Steamer train leave Jackunnrllle (T'nlon lM RAIL" f. C. A P. It. R., on Thiimlay only, U'JSH:: p. in. Arrivellniniwlck
the stage should make haste to'recom- 10 p. m. PaM>iiKer* going at mine on Ixiard
John B Stetson
University, pense us for the loss of "The Gentleman teauier. FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
Through car without transfer Jatiluonvllle. to Hrnmwlck.piroposeo .
DeLand Florida. From Boston. -Boston Journal. ,

.New York Pier 21 E. R., 8:30.: <1. m, (Standard Time.) Ilrnnvwlfk.. West Palm Beach Florida.

For both Sexe. College Normal School, Deafness Cannot be CuredBy rrltlayVeb.18: .... .....................COLORADO.. ............... ." ... FrHay, Mar NFrtilay ,
Academy Art School and Conservatory of Mar. e..... .............. ..........RJO GRANDE. ..................... ....FrldsyMar.IS. r/6
Made. An institution of fint rank. Faculty of Friday, Mar. 13. ................ ........... COLOHAIJO: ........ .... ...... ..... ..."'rlol.,, Mar.2"
twenty teacher Seven elegapt building, local application as they cannot frlday Mar.:I.................... ..........RIO nRAIIDE.: .. .. .... ........ Friday, Mar. 17
heated by .team, lighted by electricity. Hoi reach the diseased portion of the ear. Friday Mar.27: ..... .-....... ... ... .......COLORAIXJ......... .... . '" ,Friday A r. I '
and oold water bath Thoroughly e For general Information, steamers train. rate etn. apply to anv railroad atcent or tn t
Rymnailnm. Department of Phyiloal Culture, There Is only one way to cure H. H. RAYMOND, Agmit, Kemnn.llna Fla.! ('hAa.1)AVIRM. Agent WO W. Hay Ht. Jacknonvllle.HVH. :
with Military Drill for young men. Library of and that is by constitutional remedies RAYMONII: Oeneral nllCh.rn"Keot., Hrnn.wick, 6,000 volume. Reading room with all leading. Deafness is caused by an Inflamed condition I C. H. MALLOKV,General Agent, Pier 2O, K. River and au2 Broadway,i 2'. Y.
periodical and daily and weekly papers.Thorougbl
of the Eustachian
) equipped chemical and pnyileal of the mucous lining ----'"'
laboratorlei. Beparata building for Mu lo and Tube. When this tube gets Inflamed -
Art School! with artists of established reputation have a rumbling sound or =

87,18M.In ,charge.Send for Second catalogue term giving open full December Information Imperfect you hearing, and when It Is entirely o Jam J :I L

to closed deafness Is the result and r r-ri
JOHN r. FORBES President. unless the Inflammation can be taken out : .

and this tube restored to Its normal con- ; as en 1 >-

dition, bearing will be destroyed forever; "" toII % Q. ad 1:1e __ S K
Have you seen it Seen what Why out of ten are caused by catarrh i as ":
nine cases 1O ::: :
the Walton Machine. It t w :;;I
Rapid Calking which Is nothing but Inflamed i t

you own a sail or row boat, don'I fall to condition of the mucous surfaces. 3. .=.1 i .g;
have one on hand. It Is a great labor. We will give. one hundred dollars for .. ";; e..

aver, and !. patented In the United case of deafness (caused by catarrh) o i a3! "o wTRAO cr.Iz ::;
any ca:>> -
State Great Britain Canada, etc. A e= : :: ..
that cannot be cured by Hall's Catarrh dptOM o:: --
few of the state rights will be sold at a Cure Send for circulars free. iLk1:i g; 1 I IAT00'Tf810NT '

reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton F. J. CHBBT: ; Co., Toledo, O. .. .......;, .. :! II.

TUosvllIe. F1a.W.4lnID8evenl. w 2J Sold by all druggists, 75c. '. 11 = ...::. .-: i ,,.( -

a6.Yeae.larNCYwrlaspaN .. Moats! hauled- out and Repaired at the lowest

: trustworthy nptle- WANTED: :-Several trustworthy gentlemen .. r.l .... figure Prompt attention given,I to orders.,,u
men or ladM to travel la Florida for or ladles. to travel In Florida for 1g.. 3-.I... on all kinds of boatk! :
.established reliable honse. Salary #780 established, reliable bo..*. Salary 9780 o o :a Estimate given .111, X q1Agent. /
and Enclose position. En -3 'm' for the Celebrated !
expenses. Steady position. and expenses. Steady P

reference and self-address*!, ,close reference and self dressed, ill;, WOLVERINE ENGINE for the! Basteoa..t.qf. Ploi'jiJ | ; ff
Dominion The Dominion
tamped envelope. The stamped envelope. ..... esa r ., / ira
Company, third floor, Omaha. Build- 'Company,: third floor Omaha VmJldV .M ud I i99ji, RoSi; cfOIJ,

In?, Chicago, DL lag Chicago, IlL ; .
011.1' (19! c.rh ant boa t. zlad tit, aefuodI"I I
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$SOCIETIES 'J'r.- I B usual among growers started grows very rapidly ; ,the Jupiter Weather- Report

I .. Ion thinks that by using Californian method of propagation The following; is a compare ,

r Fir ''ds the better varieties being by cuttings, which are rootedin rif' ment of temperature and p" :.niN J gt'wtiweek

A could be shipped and sand conservatories, and ending Tuesday, M"' 1'\111' 1t,1sBB I 1 t''rtbe

; Accepted fs realized'lor the fruit, when sufficiently rooted are trans -1800- ,

t=Sndl the Red Spanish planted into open air nurseries, J DATE, U. .x. '.'AfN -180ij_
I .- ariety shipped to any where, in a year: or so, they growto -11 8X fd M7A7X< *(?'

[ ,' t D ;account of its better a height of 3 or 4 feet; when removed 12 oi fed: 79 'I
y # w alltles. He further from the nursery they are 13 7064 wi() 5
it. .. panning of all unsale- set 40 feet apart, to give plenty of .a lIS ,9: -M BJ( /0{ S

r rul keeping it until it room for the roots to spread, which 18 .7.1'1''? 69 81 87 S

'. ./or ice they do to a distance of once and 17 'rt (01 70 J

,/ neon has handled fruitd /I half the diameter of the crown. i r0' usr 1 Total rainfall for the week: OdBinchet\ ,

1 /I,/ f knows whereof he By this method they are broughtinto f. Departure from normal rainfall for tk,
there is no doubt that profitable bearing from 6 to week: plus 0.13 InclieH. Dcpnrtnn>

is needlessly lost toy 7 years.' By the old method of from 0.71 normal Inches.rainfall since January i I'
j ) reason of careless planting the seed, about 20 years J. W. CKONK: Observer
------ -National---JMttorial--' Association, pecking and rough treatment in and an unlimited amount of care

transit. It is just as easy to pack were required to produce a bearing Remember Knox, the pnintor, Ti.
SubMirlptlun. fruit carefully as to toss it into olive tree. The method of IT IS A GRAVE MISTAKE = = tusville when you need any lirstclaawoik !

Twelve months, $1.50/ the crates anyhow, and will often pickling olives is very simple, but done.
( t Six" 1.00 make a difference of 50 percent in as the immortal lilrs. Glass said in
Thme" ..50i TO BUY YOUR SPRING: DRESS GOODS IF you are suffering from dyspppsh and
.B the profits. her recipe for cooking a hare, ( nervous prostration, try Scott's Cad,
i I copy Strictly in advance. The officers of the Indian River "First catch your hare," 'so all we Digestive Compound. F. S. C'lmffcet.

k Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' will say on this subject is ."First Co., Titns.vllle, Fla., have It for salt;

Association are as follows : President grow your olives." The olive crop Without first Sending ((0 $1.00 per bottle.

Die above rates Include the payment of pout-, James Holmes] ; vicepresident of last year in California brought V -

ago. Siibiiorlptlons can oommenoe any time Thomas E. Richards ; secretary about $250,000, and an ,increase of New
during the 'ear.IHormtlnuanoo. % Smyrna *
) T. V. Moore ; treasurer, Jas. $50,000 is looked for this year, by Livery

I J> of nilvtn. mint be made per. Andrews. Board of Directors : I reason of the increased acreage in The

tonally at thin cake or by writing. G. C. Matthews, H. Machattie, R. bearing trees. The yield of oil for Surprise: Store -4-* Stable # 4+

-- McPherson, G. E. Andrews, S. F. this year is estimated at about 75- ,

/ r A Mfeti all communication to Gibbs,James Holmes, Harry Stites, 000 gallons] being ,nn increase. of

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, all of whom are among the heaviest 2 ,OOO gallons since 1893. C. L.. DOHN, Proprietor.

'' TrrciviLLK, FLORIDA. shippers of pineapples, Whether the olive can be grownto St. Florida

The general agent of this association a marketable extent in Florida, Jkug-ustirie: ,
Hacks Meet All Trains
is Edward P. I'orcher, with is a problem which remains to be

Check,eta.,may ba mail payable to CHARGES official headquarters at Jackson solved] ; given a fair trial and a

,r. A' It.. -WALtot-- ,publish--**-andpruprletor.I --, -.-. ville who bears the 'same! relationto suitable soil it could probably be FOR Samples of the many all Passengers parts of and the baggage city, and transferred Coronado!

the Indian River Orange Grow. made a profitable crop ; and, at Bench. Call on, me before perfecting

y yi. r Tint political pot which has been ers' Association, an.organization any rate, is worth trying on a arrangements.NEW .

simmering for several months, will of almost equal importance. small scale as an experiment. flew and Stylish Goods SMYRNA, FLORIDA.
i soon reach the boiling point. Many 4-

candidates are openly in the field, THE REPUBLICAN PARTY NATIONAL 555===
yl it and many others are hinted at a( IN FLORIDA.
t([ ,. SHOWN: THERE.It HomeSeekersREAL
probable tisplranta for political .
letter to hand at the ADVO.
honors. To these latter we would
Mr. Stillman Objects to Mr.
I say come out with your cards CATE office says that the land department ESTATE EXCHANGE

4 straightforward In the ADVOCATEand of the Florida East Coast ItobbliiM Explanation.

place your names before the Railway company has on exhibition JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Mar. 17, '{00.
is the Largest as well as the most
, people, and 1C they
the most suitable persons to fill the Florida flint sand; The sand in Dear Slr-I: have Just read the elaborate Specialty. Send Description of what
UP-TO-DATE STORE in the State.
is found in St. Johns ......
question ,
.' : various ollleea to you aspire explanation; of Mr. Goo. M. Rob- you have, and what you want.
!Y; ;it they will undoubtedly\ elect county, not far from St> Augus- bins and others, published la the ADVOCATE -

"I f"! !?. I you ; if not, there is no necessity tine; and other there sand are beds probably scattered numerous at the of Tallahassee the 13th inst.convention., of their Explanations actions And an Order Sent, or a Request for Samples, receives MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. .

;, + to get discouraged, and hide your are always tedious and generally C. CARROLL,
: ; diminished heads. Another election all over the country from which and had these
;: unsatisfactory, parties
Prompt Attention the day received. Real Estate Agent.
r'l' will be upon us a few years hence, the various kinds of glass could be confined themselves to nothing more
:I then try again. made. According to the St. Augustine than eross misrepresentations, I would
t 1:1 correspondent of the Florida have been Inclined to allow them the an.1ed.-.A.: ; 3VXan
full comfort to be secured by relievingtheir
Citizen, the manufacturer is In every section at once to sell staple
': : Ii THERE is one reprehensible minds through; your columns; but
Ii which is prevnlent about election ] very enthusiastic about the possi- when these gentlemen go to the extreme I T.W- E s T: E s goods dealers; no peddling; experience
j'i. best aide line. :>,00
$7 a
'1\I bilities of the article, and his inquiries length of stating what I know to be ab unnecessary;
f .t' time, and that id the writing the have led solute falsehoods emphatically refuse month. Salary and expenses or large
)\1''I'I of anonymous letters to the press, on subject to seemingly acquiesce to those state- Proprietor of the Surprise Store commission made. Address, with 2 cent
i I and signing the same "voter" or parties to believe that he; ments, by remaining oilenC. stamp for scaled particulars,Clifton Soap
{ II IIi : "citizen with could be persuaded to start a fac., When they state that the'new organization ; and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati
4 I', II or some equally tory for the production, of the. has with It the white organizations ST. AUQUSTINE;.FLA. Ohio.
, ,"j if :, :! senseless nom de-plume.] If you same, either in St. Augustine or at of South Florida, they state what
( I I I" have anything to say, say it over is not true, and which I am in a position, '
the sand beds. This if I
I : ,'f your name ; I If your opinion is not carriedout representative of as white an organization was a smoking set made of orange wood. JAMES PBITCHARD, President; \V. B. BARNETT, Vlce-Presideutj
l shared by others that Is no reason will add another to the ever- as exists In any county of the The second prize went to Mr. G. N.Jones, W. M. Buowrf, Cashier.
t"lj" increasing resources of Florida, state (Volusla), and speaking for other of Worklgan, Ind., and was a mother-of-
lit r you should] be ashamed to sign and will be .IA further step in the South Florida counties, such as Monroe, pearl paper. cutter. The booby prize-ajar INDIAN
i II i your name to it. An opinion is a Onceola, Putnam aad St. Johns, to authoritatively of guava jelly-was won by Mr. JohnJ. RIVER STATE BANK
{ t! thing that belongs essentially tot development the state; "11<1, if deny. When they state that Bollinger; of Brooklyn, N. Y.
': the individual, and be !laB a right successful], will lead to the 'establish Mr.\ Garland was unseated. they tell another I Among the many who participated in ,
l nent of more factories, for it untruth, and the records of the: the pleasure of the evening were : Miss (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
r, 'It"} to express it publicly. If your h' unreasonable to that convention will bear me out In this. M. E. Bennett, of New York; Mr. and
: : opinion is such that you are afraid suppose When they state that there were 22 Mrs. Robt. Rushmore, of Plainfield, N. -I, Authorized capital, $100,000
S\ : \Ili'" : to let it be known as your own, this sand bed J> is the only one da the out of 43 members the old State Committee J.; Messrs. J. G. Bennett, Fred W.Schoonmaker Paid up capital $26,000
l' '''i it the state suitable for the manufactureof with them In their meeting, they and Martin Fred Schoon-'I
keep to yourself, opinion of
Klass.: state what Is untrue, and I clmJlaogo:: maker, New York; Mr. and Mrs. Bollin Average deposits, $300,000
I tI I a man who is ashamed of it is We are beginning now to see into then to name 22: of said. committee who ger, Brooklyn, N. Y.; Mr. and MI' Lib-
; worse than useless] and not worth wore with them,and If they will d. so I bey, Miss Libbey, Lynn, Mass.; Mr. and '
the real future the
\ of state:;: still affidavits Mrs. Wilson Messrs. Shares Barnes Transacts General l Banking
publication. promise to produce from.several a
"k the garden pot of America, she of these 2J) to the contrary. Doolittle and E. W. DavIs, New Haven,
will be furnished with astrong'' The Eagan faction had a large majority Ct. ; Miss Dawson, Edinburgh, Scotland.Mr. IV Business.
I t. ADVERTISE AND' GET RICH. ack-bone l of factories, such as of the uncontested delegates anda1najUl'Ity II. E. Hernia, the popular young
: of the,.white delegates, And a manager of the New Rockiedge hotel,
; I glass, fibre, brick, brush, leather, majority of the respectable colored' dele- did everything In his power to make the Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim!
tgll' Nothing in advertising is more and numerous' other articles, which gates. The picture of a white republican evening delightful to his gUest8.Sebastian. t i
j ill; important to success than a 'systematic will produce a steady revenue all like Mr. Robbins, holding up >1t i i ad- DIRECTORS!
I plan. The difference be. the year round, and we will be ableto miratlwn to the public, such colored republicans JAil Plll'PtllIA liD,'W'.B.BA fNETTPreltdent( (
I i ns JI. W. Chandler and S. II. of the National> Bunk of Jacksonville), J.H.DCKKEB .
1; ,I j.'JI: tween success and failure is some. face any exceptional freezes or, Coleman,Is good commentary of the Iguorimco w y 'ter, (Vice-1>ref>ldent National Hank:-I ITackBonvllle
; times only the breadth of a hairline .! other vagaries ,ot the weather with of that gontlemm of the full ,ytt t ), 1v. B. GRAHAM and W. E.BROWN. .

II and failure is often more due equanimity, aAd a comfortable tietniln of the subject be bait here Mr. Simeon A. Park has been on the CORRESPONDENTS.
I I from lack of organization th nanything knowledge that they are unable to eronched upon. lint it Is In full keep sick Hat for the past week. N_,. er im' ,mW-' r?* Seaboard, National Bank of New York and
i hurt She ing; with the consistency the faction !Ir. J. P. Lovett .. National.. Bank of JacklollvlUe. 20
else.] Therefore, if you us materially at a state. lie was identified 1 with, who talked white representing the C. 1..I"rUSVILI.
It' have anything to Bell, or wish to will never again trust to her fruits party In South Florida and bolted a republican B. Rogers Co., was in town the first of FL

buy, do not forget to let the people Alone, but will grow .titer own food I: convention la Tallahassee under the week. --- ... ---... ::;:
II f know it through the medium of the products l both for man and beast. the leadership of a disreputablenegro Mr. G.. R. ritzor, traveling salesman
I : and elected a negro chairman of fur Undemant Co., Palatka, was a FLORIDA EAST COAST
The of the real
i ADVOCATE. A woman in Western period development I their so-called convention. While It has pleasant caller this week. < /
Ontario recently purchased a new of the state willdate from the been the deposition of tile party, tlnce .-
"I'..P. fangled kettle: from a peddler. In memorable and disastrous freezeof the- on"ont\on\ to throw the mantle of Rer.sermon B. F.last Ilardesty Sunday preached night on a splendid "The- > Land

'1 the evening she showed it to her 18U3, which, romlng in the farm charily tak Hinon around, who bolted these their ovep-Mplrtng own convention Devil and His Angels" Department.
husband, n hardware denier] who of a dire calamity, will ,prove, in If
\ the of
at request scheming politicians l\Irh'Vm. Braddock, Jr., Is good; hand you wUh.topu.chaaeJand for
t' told her he had the same thing in I the long run, a great benefit to the who were present, representing with a dish pan-when lie is trying to Stock ranch, General Farming, Fruit Gro-
his store for half the price she people, it having shown thaw the the two great political busses -of New settle a swarm of beea. ing:, Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between

paid. "Well" she said, "why don't futility of carrying all their eggs York and Pennsylvania, It would not be will\ be and Miami, call St. Augustine
r 'justice to the republican of (Brevard There services at the M.\ E. on or address the undei'signed.KF .
j you advertise Nobody knows in one basket, and having urged and Dade to allow such rnlsrepre onta- church next Sunday. The liev. Mr. : Special .
what you have for sale" Hence, them to increased exertion in the Lions as they havo made In your columns Louder will preach morning -and even- to actual settlers.

I advertising is what steam is to production of necessities which in to !go unchallenged. I do not believe Ing. JAS. E.
I machinery-the grand propelling the past they were content to buy that many Intelligent republicans will be Some of the boys in town have been INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, .
; deceived by the labored explanation granted of late
special privileges by the
To dn business from! outside sourceo. "Sweet are ST.
t, power. a good you these self-righteous and self-appointed United Older of Sebastian Prevaricators.The AUGUSTINE, FLA.
must iuloerti the uses of Adversity, said the leaders of a now republican party have boys hold a license, so don't tell .
proverb maker, and while not altogether perpetrated upon the publlo. It will be them that they ate not telling the truth.
interesting; to u. all to watch them in .
with him to'
HOW TO SHIP PINEAPPLES. agreeing as their attempt to take themselves by their Mr. G. Kroegcl has the finest truck T
their sweetness!, we must admit own ears and raise their bodies frum the garden we have soon tide. winter. Mr. ROOF PAINTS
that they are very often profitable. ground. Yours truly, Kroegel grows nearly nil his truck on top I
Among the most Interesting and JNO. E. SrILL eAy.:> of his ovster-shell bluff, which is thehighest Ground in .
shell bluff on Indian River. Pure
instructive addresses at the recent
meeting of the Indian River A. OLIVE CULTURE. Mr Kobt. Rushmore, of Plainfield, N. !, Red d Brown and Agents Wanted.
Lake Worth Pineapple Growers' IJ'ogreslilveVhlst Party at J.; Mr. F. W. Schoonmaker and son, and highestGrade, J ,
Frank, of New Rochelle, N. Y.; and Mr. Write for Samples
Association was one by Mr. Harvey In conversation with Bishop Itockle dge.
R. L. Griffith, of Providence, R. I., were
Tomlinson, steward Of Mr. Flagler's Moore, of St. Augustine, recently, visitors in Sebastian the tint of the Asphaltum Black, i Prices
yacht, on the better packing of he gave the ADVOCATE some well- A most delightful progressive whist week. They were cruising In the yaeht ; i Catalogue, Etc.
pineapples] for shipment. Mr. Tornlinson timed: hints as to the culture and party was held in the parlors of the NewRockledga I Rosalind. :FOR= :: .
hotel, Rockiedge, on Friday E.At: '
who is a gentleman of considerable production of the olive along] the eve .ing last, the l.Uh last.. The affair J. A. Helander, government NTG
experience in these matters iast Coast, in which he seemed to was under the personal management of light Inspector, stopped over hero on his TIN, IRON and SHINGLE
Miss jr. E. Bennett of New York and tripamith. The captain thinks a great ROOFS Factory Farm and Rail
suggests that the size of the take great Interest. This fruit, deal about Sebastian and her ,
it Crates be lessened by one-half, as which,i. 'one of the chief hortlcyl- Mrs.The Kobt.first Rush prize more for,ladies of Plainfield was woo, J. nearly always,stops and sees people us. ,The and road Buildings; Freight Cars Bridges Fences

f "the'' weight of the orates now in tural products of California, has asyet Mrs. A. W. Cook, of Cooksvilla, Pa, and Water Lily Is one of the finest naphtha and
use "causes considerable carelessness been very little tried in this consisted of a very elegant Muvenlr gold yacht we have seen on our river. Work of every Kind.

in 'handling, and the consequent tate, and has not, given satisfactory orange spoon.. The eoon4 ladies' prize Our pitbllo school Is doing finely, and Building Papers, Tarred JOt
bruising and destruction of results where tried, probably was York won and by consisted Mrs.\ AII.of. White handsomel of New. there are about, the same number of Roofing, and aU kinds of Felts, 2 and 3-py| Atphalt Ready
a pupils'now a* when the school just
th;)f;fltaUst.lhat i every fruit be eca'uie the cultivation has been .decorated china cup and saucer. The started. This !I. aot generally the case. :Roo:I la.g .
f wrapped.Incheap! paper wrappers; T cry little attended to, and the tree ladlos booby prize want to If las L. Lib- Miss Jennie Parham. who has charge of Supplies CfMaaafactarereef
.ucb....> ; p rdl1gE eer las been looked upon more as a bey, of Lynn, Mau., and was a bracelet the school, has we. the love and respect The s raonl .
bottle In barrel.;' and that the curiosity than a money producing carved out of an alligator tooth. The .f her pupils through kindness, and we Armitage Manuf'g Co.
flrstprise for gentlemen was won by Mr. know that they will all be sorry when Alpbaltom ,
pineapples be chipped in a greener article. The olive when once R. L. Griffiths, of Providence, R. I., and she l leaves at the and of the term I 3200 to 3300 Wllllamsburi; Coal Ave.Tar, Oils, etc., .

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AwardedHonorsWorld's Cocoanut Grove. er they grew until they were all a. brilliant t

Fair. orange, and then suddenly a 1>(010\111 G.: G. SPRINGER edge appeared on the black clouds, and R t,
Mrs. II. B. Fromberger and Miss Edith they seemed to part In the place where

Mercier, of Cocoa, have been spending the sun would come through. Brighterand SIMMONS .
some time here. still brighter; grew the edge; of the Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
black clouds, and the other seemed I
The ADVOCATE is always a welcome hardly able to wait-they weio so bright i w '
CE visitor to Bigiayne Bay. An usual it is with I gl.kilnesn.' Suddenly a golden rim .

brim full of interesting news. appealed this rift In the black clouds, I ICE AND .

W. S. Graham, real estate dealer, of then It seemed to go back anil a tiny -L
Titusville\ ; and Frank Heath, of New little hole broke the clouds and Old :Sol __
CREAM York, have been spending several! days peeped through to see that it was allwell REGULATOR ,
on the bay. ) before venturing further. All was
well\ HO the hole cloned and he came i n.He Distilled a
W. M. Fentheily, who htely arrived ( seemed to stop at each cloud nnd Water I i
MAKING at Miami, hw bought: several aCl'es..f give; his oixlcis I fur the day, and now the \
land. Mr. Featherly in to be the manager 'ltmfill-blll'k ones and all-have vanished THE BEST .
Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
of the Miami Monitor Refrigerators
and, tho sun has proinUed us a .,
MMH5T Mrs. James Holton is quite an ucijnsi- clear, \vum. day" SPRING MEDICINEsSIMMONS I i -i'! {

tion to the society of this place, and frequently FACTORIESCocoa j
favors us with some choice selections Send the ADVOCATK nn order for any LIVER REGULATOR. Don't and West Palm Bench. ;
take it. Now Is the time : of music. Forget to you .
PERFECT I job printing you need.] need it most to wake up your Liver. A ---. -. -
Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret .I Like the rush to Oklahoma, so is It I sluggish Liver brings on Mal.trla, Fever ';

|onia.Alum or any other adulterant, down here. The Miami town lots are Ormond.The and Ague'; Rheumatism, and many otner J. S. Smith Jr. & Co.
EARS THB STANDARD. i, not yet on the market, but crowds ot 'his which shatter the constitution and :
merchants and prospectors are anxiously wreck: health. Don't forget the word I

M MMM B HMMWMB awaiting that event. groves; up this way are putting on REGULATOR. It is SIMMONS LIVER : DEALERS IX -
Mr. W. S. Davis and daughter, of a nice growth and orange blossoms are REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR
aim Beach. Galveston, Tex., have arrived on the getting plentiful. distinguishes it from all other 1

-- I bay, and are now residing at their beau- Your correspondent has not been In 'emedles. And, besides Is this, SIMMONS BRICK I ': .
tiful home at Cape Florida. LIVER REGULATOR a Regulator of the *
They ex-
88 la having lots of hard work to remain here about six weeks. Ormond very long!:, but he has heard the Liver,keeps it properly work,that your
pier, owing to rough seas. ADVOCATE: very highly spoken of during system may be kept In good condition. ,
Dr. M. D. L. Dodson, who has a fine his stay here. FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS III-
and his affable wife
)lock ar- home In Titusville\ has established a .IVER REGULATOR. It I is me rest blood '
Foinclana from Atlanta this The Ormond Casino was madu livelyon Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
Ie ,
dental office at this place. We understand i Saturday night by the feats of Waldo lurltier and corrector. Try It and note )
that he will\ give; up his West Palm Lyon on the bicycle. His many tricks he difference. Look for the RED Z AOKNTH roll : .Will always give very lowest price w
large; number of prominent Beach office and divide his time between i were much admired. m every package. You wont find it on ROME BRICK ('0., Rome, Ga. and prompt shipments.
ive been visiting Prof. Cory's Cocoanut Grove, Miami and Lemon my other medicine, and there Is no other COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Oa. Give us your orders and wo guarantee -
ibis week. City. I The Sunday evening; concerts at Hotel .Iver remedy like SIMMONS LIVER THE CAROLINA IHtOWN STONE CO. satisfaction.
Ormond are largely: attended and enjoy. EGULATOR-the Klngof Liver Remedies.
lag rather a cool affair when ed. Mrs. Walter Raymond was the 3e sure you get it. OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:

Jig man of fell the off Hotel the wharf Folnciana Inton Coronado Beach. principal singer; last Sunday night, and J. II. Zclllil At Co., Philadelphia, Pa 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block. ,
front she fine solos.
some '
sang Telephone ,H4. Telephone 553..r ;
evening. "
the friends of Managers Henry' The large party of surf bathers received Beach and its varied may beauties all up It can, were In Malabar, Monday and Tuesday, ,
111 and Fred Sterry are pleased' several entliu la tic additions this but where will tourists find finer bench making a thorough Investigation of this ,
that the ADVOCATE: has a good; week. Mitts Llna Merrill took to It as Huctlun. They have now returned to I
than at Ormond ? Come and It
[any for them. They have though; she had been all her life at the tourists. see ye Texan to get everything readiness to A Fertilizer for Fruit.
een rushed this winter. seaside. She thinks bathing immense.Dr. remove to this place. Mr. Waio will put c.-
Curriden and Mr. Wynn are also Rev. J. T. Huntington; and daughter, up a hotel or store. .
M. Flagler is certainly doing; taking dally "dips." of Hartford I Conn. have been bore for
new comers a
i fur Dade county; and although; week or so. Miss Huntington; has not: The Literary Club, next mooting, will\ ...... ... ........... .=:. ._. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer M MXrioe
[ause of a little set-back to XI- There are just now on the beach a been here for several Mr. HuntIngton Install its new officers-Miss 1\[. Starckaw ,
business will number of charming children. Two as years. president; Mr. J. Chlocey, vice-pros-! .
; present, improvetown owns a large tract of land a few : : .25.Oo :Per ToD. n
[ ere a great many monthsby. bright, manly little fellows as were over miles north of Titiisvllle.\ dent; Mr. Worm, secretary; and Miss J.
> at the hotel are Seymour Cliarlton, aged White, editor. The debate will ho-"Re- OUA11ANTKKD ANALYSIS :........ i

Bessen of Philadelphia four years, and Cecil Charlton, six years Bishop Gray held 1 service at St. James solved, that women" should have equal Moisture.. ,. . . . . . ,.. . .8 to 10 Per Cunt.! \
ns. A. old. They are accompanied by their Episcopal church Sunday afternoon and suffrage with men.
pled by her two daughters, Mrs. mother, Mrs. J. Fred Charlton, of Marquette in the morning the Rev J. T. Huntington Ammonia. . . . . .4JI to 0" "

Murphy and Miss Adele W. Mich. These boys are well spo- officiated. Large congregations were riioHphorlo Acid<
i whom the ADVOCATE referred ken and are remarkable well Informed present at both services. Bishop Gray [Remember, the ADVOCATE:, Tltus- Potash (Actual). . . . . .0 to K" I
|>mpllrnentary terms some time knowing the names of all the shells andflowers i and tho Rev. Huntington have gone to all kinds of job printing. Give j
Mnda oxcluidvcly fioin Blight Cotton Sued Meal, Nitrite of ISod.i, Blood Bona .
few atwhere share of work.
been spending a days ( they come across, and show evIdence Dado county. us a your ]
])lsMolvl'fll'holll'hl\tc.( | Kino (hiunnd'l'obucco Steins nnd Sulphate of l' .
they were met by your of very careful training.; The old. Hotels Ormond and Coquina are doing: :: Write for dli'<>utl
dent.Master They Charles are, Mrs.a very Murphy's pleas- est is.dellghted with the surf bathing. a fine tourist business. Both of these Eau Gallie. copy of "KiMmninlcnl: .'<<,"1111:1:11110'or: \ Fruit.Vo carry huge stock of all Fort till (.

son,'was in the party, all Returning; from the village\ of New popular hotels have been crowded of ZCI' Material, Cotton: Seed Aloiil, Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc, Wilto for prices he- t
ung that house Smyrna on :Saturday last, as your correspondent late, which no doubt is due to tho energy fore buying. Wo week the growers trade dlroct.
left for
popular ,
The Bust Const Lino bridge
gang were
ability and affability of the manage'rsMessrs. ;
within sight of the ocean
nada, St. Augustine, Monday. came here this week the WILSON & TOOMER
he noticed an unusual kind of craft, -Anderson & Price and Seiser & making repairs on ,
o. R. Davis and his two bright about a mile out from shore nearly opposite Vinlng, assisted by their charming and !bridge crossing Eau Uallle river The Fertilizer House of Florida \

log daughters, the Misses Ncl- the "trail" from the bridge, which accomplished wives. Mrs. Sidney Friend, of Patterson, N. ,

{Ueorgle, were met by your tort proved to be, when viewed from the Mrs. C. A. liesson and her charmingand ; J., Is here, visiting Mrs. Thomas Har Jacksonville, Fia.Fred'k. .
at the Royal! Polnclana this! beach a huge; derrick In tow of a tug; lady-like daughters, Mrs. Marie B. boor at Lotus Lodge. -
are from Chicago; and It north-to Charleston from Palm
fliey going; Murphy and Miss Adele Besson; and
Messrs. O. F. PaddUon and E. Hatch,
membered that Col. Davis was Beach. The tall mast, supported by the Master Charles Murphy, of Philadelphia; '
who have been ill several
days, are reported
general of the World's Fair, and guys and stays from which was suspended Dr. T. Howard Knight, associate of the convaleocing. S. Morse i
loman who brought; that great the crane, looked like a monster popular Dr. S. G. Worley, of St. Augustine xx
ling; to so successful an Issue.s gallows. It was Boon apparent to those ; nnd Mr. Allan E. Campbell, of Melbourne The Puantanma, of Canaveral was at
s has property here, and comes of-us on shore that the tug was incap have been spending a day or so the Eau Oallio dock Tuesday
jrery winter, as may have beeny able of keeping the derrick from drift at Hotel Ormond, this week. Dr. Knight, Wednesday, with a pleasure party :eE. a..L ESTATE
reading the columns of the Ing. Alf, the indefatigable; son of the Mr. Campbell and Mrs. Murphy and son aboard.Mr. ,

r. proprietor of the Coronado hotel, was Charles are well and favorably )known to W. R. Roesch Is building two '

respondent was over at West quickly on hand with services his needed.pony.. and A many of the ADVOCATB'S: Indian River lighters for the Urovard County Com- M=aMrnode: 0<:>>., FLOrl.JD.A.:: ::
Rch the end of last week, attend'lodlcation shortly found his readers. Mrs. Murphy's mother and missioners, and will have them ready ?
services of St. Anne's boat coming ashore, after considerable sister are very refined and pleasant within fifteen dnys.Cnpt. .
Catholic church. There was a tossing in the surf, brought two telegrams ladies, who have been spending several AGENT FOR LANDS OF --
( .
The Rightn which had been bottled up-evidently weeks at St. Augustine.; They stopped R. P. PaddiHon in hero attending

ngregation T.'Moore,present.bishop of St. Aug-; for safety in case of failure to oil here on their return from Palm Beach to the lumber business of Mr. Ooo. Florida Kant Const Hallway Company,
the Paddison the \Illness of the
land the boat-one being to captain'swife Inn. during
reached the dedicatory sermon; Florida East Coast Canal &: Transportation Company,
and the other for assistance and latter.
Jacktn. of Chicago, acted as cel- Beach. At this writing- Boston &: Florida: Atlantic Coast Land Company.: .

nnd Father Fontaine was master fuel to Palm derrick is fast; St. Lucie River. Mr. Chas. 'r. Verbeke, of barno, loft --- .. -- ... .. .. _.-.. ..--- .-
|onles. Father Tyrrell, of Tarnslstcd. Sunday morning-the Tuesday of last week for Cocoa, I at which
\, This church is not aie embedded In the sand, and when the place ho will be the guest of Dr. II ugh-
but is quite pretty and orna- tide recedes may be reached dry shod; I We are having; some delightful and lett for a fortnight.Mrs. STEVENS BROS. & CO. c----
the derrick will
|In fact it I Is'quite an ornamentown. and it looks as though warm weather at present.
be another landmark on the Coronado Claudo'Clinutead, of Ankona, ,
The lot which it ,
upon beach. This beach being so levelwitha The vegetable growers are likely to Mrs. N. S. Gibson, of Went, Palm Roach,
as given by Mr. H. M. Flagler; slope of only about six incuento everyhundred make a good year's work from all ap- have: buen hero ou a visit to their parents
edifice/ erected Mr. J. A.
was feet-It will be next to Impos pearances. Mr and Mrs. D. S. Bryan STEVENS POTTERY
aid, the well known contractor, /< GA'4\
ntributed $100 to the building sible for any big boats to get near Mr Wm. Ilogg returned from a trip Mr R. S. Head, traveling freight agent \:

liUhop l\Ioore-who by-the-way enough to pull the derrick off, the sand to the Bahamas, which he enjoyed very of the East Coast Line was in town -- MAN UFACT UIIERS OF" -
hirer of the ADVOCATE-left for being t so fine It holds very tenaciously much. Ho Is now working on hln. homestead Monday, looking; after the shipping Interests .
onday, In with Father whatever it' grasps. The day'is a most setting out fancy fiuittieen which of the patrons of the road. and Drain Stone Ware
company perfect one and the air genial and mild, he collected! while away. Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe Tile all'

and yet there is a good deal of surf on, It Is reported that the steamer Myth,
Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile Fire Clay
and Flower Pots Prepared and.
the[ strong east wind of the night having Some of our fishermen have cleared which used to ply between St. Augustine Shapes ; .

J stamped-addressed envelope to ruffled 'up Old Neptune considerably.The over *!IO this past week. Fish have been And Anastasia Inland, Is being Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile.. .
LOCATE, and get some tobacco disaster has proven quite an attraction .running very plentifully of late. brought south and will be run on Indian ,

jo. State number of acres you to our village; indeed, most of the Tbd pineapples Are looking; very fine River B3T Save your money by buying close at Home, rind from clever! men.

tin tobacco. people of New Smyrna em to have at present, and we are likely to have a Archdeacon 11. F. Brown, of St. .- .. -.-. -- .. --. .. '- .. -.- .- -. .. .. -.--

come over-a great bonanza for that good crop. Gabriel's Episcopal church, TIttisvlllo, I Im.

Canaveral. grasping monopoly-the Bridge Co. : Mrs. A. 1C. Hogg. left hero, Tuesday, hold services here last Sunday, his lecture The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.

Our old friend, Mr. W. P. Merrill\ of '' for Palm Beach, to spend a few days at the evening service! being very ,
Milwaukee, WIs., has once more delighted with her husband. lutoreHtlug.
perfume from the orange blotf- the Coronado hotel people with Tho steamer Courtt-nay Is running S'C'Dx..o, Gfr-OXX'l: a.n.aaor.: ;

e past disagreeable.have week was. BO strong as toet his presence. Ills bright, cheery face, again, leaving Eau Oallle at 0 1\. m. for (LATE CHAPMAN: &: SUDLOW.)
I silvery hair, sprightly step and hearty C tCoa. This schedule Is not satlsfao
'been, u number' of stranthe -- laugh brings vividly to mind the many,. '' tory to Merrlits Inland shippers, an It South Jacksonville, Florida.
I past 'week. It great sur- days he spent here last winter with 'I' makes their shipments ono day later
/ folly II. II. Todd left Monday
I them to Mr. Davies. Mr. Davies Is. \In morning MANUFACTURER OF -
; the grovtAi the old schedule
/go through than
them tide season. He is missed, for for his home in New Rochelle, N. Y. .
tq fun blpotn. he Europe, too, made many friends; but, with He was followed Tuesday morning): by The houseboat Rochester, Captain For and
,oo.l1at, (Japan) plum trees atIson's all due deference to him, the companionMr. Mr. T. Daley, another New Rochelleite. Bennett left on an excursion to Jupiter FERTILIZERS Pineapples Oranges

\ place are a sight/ to be- Merrill brought this year discounts Quite a number of land hunters have last Friday, with a merry party aboard.Mr. ,
1'here must be very nearly twenty him. Miss Lina 13. Merrill, of Battle been prospecting around Roseland recently Geo. Fomythn. Capt. John Carey,
| of the delicious fruit. Creek, Mich., Is a handsome granddaughter ; and some salon are about con- Mrs. Carey, 1\11'11. Wm. Trcutler, and Mr. Vegetables and Dealers In Every Kind of Raw Material,
who seems to have Inherited Wm. II. Munn were among the passengers ,
Honeywell shot a large rattle- ,. sumated. Mr. Goode, a Melbourne real
I few nights: ago. He very nearlyon much of the charm of the old gentle- estate dealer, has had several parties Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kant Etc. Also
it man's manner with a lovliness of her down the week looking at I ,
It as it lay coiled, thinking during past The Neme Hl Capt. Henry Casper, of
|iece of old rope. own, which has already endeared her to property he has for sale. Tropic, Is OH neat a craft as Hunts, and The :Ir'amouftal: :Elard.-Tl.2D.o&: : : arartd:

II. Maglnnls, special agent ofIS. the guests. In she addition being nicely quite as a Messrs. Drake, Bissell, Todd and Hud her captain claims her to be an fast a Ammonia .. '. . 4 to 5 per cnt i
government land office, wast good musician, very of sunrise, at son, who own adjoining properties and sailor an she look He would like to Available Phos. Acid. .} ,0 to H percent 5 For $\ :::.S.0I'cr Ton. a"

week to try the case of C. L. Coronado the following Beach description, Sunday, March 15, '00 t all of whom have planted orange trees get up a race for May( lit, and challenges Potash K &: O. . .U to 7 per" cent ) 1' '

I who had entered a homestead which the, ADVOCATE correspondent this season, report quite favorable re any boat on the river. Highest Commercial Value given nut brands. In the last Bulletin. Write for .

Id abandoned It. bas copied from a letter written a friend, sults saying that most of the trees showno There were Methodist service last Prices. i ,

tier filibustering expedition came I and which will Interest oilier of the signs; of transplanting\ even the young Sunday at the IlantlsC church, Itev. C. fi- --
columns growth wilting: ori but few. The MethodistCongregation
friends through your H. White officiating.
bight; one day last week. They ; young lady's
ammunition at the lighthouse; -show* : "I wakened In time to Roseland; still holds its own for fishing', are making endeavors to DUREN & FEASTER...... .
Ml\ in barrels and very wet. The see the first gray dawn-In fact! some of large strings of medium sized Huh being build church of their own. A lot situ
government need not be alarmed the stars brighter than others seemed to caught daily. We have both salt and ated some distance north of the railroad GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
1 explosive qualities. be staying and dancing around as longas freshwater flailing, a few minutes row station has been donated for that purr ,
possible before Old Sol put them to In either direction from the depot giving, pose, but the location Is objected to on
OIallll and
Burns will ship two barrels of flight; but finally they began te grow; whichever i Is wanted. the ground that It Is too far from, the Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, ZlZaML
its this week. If he had a few dimmer and dimmer as the gray dawn centre of the town. With Baptist Your.. \ .
stead of a few rod In egg-plants brightened into the faintest of pink. church, a Methodist church and an TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.

pi I net him quite s nice little sum First, away down low, resting on the Malabar.Mr. Episcopal church, there I.l prospect of .. .. ..- .. _...--- ----
ey at the price they are quoted. very water so It seemed, wa an immense there being more churches than peopleto -

hipped a considerable amount bank of dark, forbidding cloud, and it Frank Conkling visited friend In fill them. A much better plan wouldbe !
nter. seemed as though they were working Malabar last Sunday. to use the money' subscribed In fittingup Pineapple Planters
their best to prevent the sun from rising. and furnishing the one church already -
in this
was much rejoicing sec-
feathery Mr. Harris and daughter Bay view and each denominationhold
Nn word was received saying that Above this bank was one large, ,
perfectly still, a* spent Sunday Malabar service one certain Sunday In
remaining on
had the pink .
pbltt been awarded con- '
Old Sol's order for each month. This plan would Insure ITAKT: NOTICE: 1 1have
DT carrying the mall by steamer. though In wait of Mr. House ha taken up his abode on
demand that he ha made ..- the day.. Scattered around were ae eralcloud.agenta the other aide of the river. good attendance at all service and a* -
'I control f. Choice Lot of
for the large ODandall each denomination bold bat one servicemonth
lent* by which w. eau ship our waiting patiently until the 'glory of Messrs. Snider, Scott and. Carbart, after a at present it would Dot interfere .

,rlt another vU Eau season Gni;a from* cheaply her to asa Ute heavens' should see fit to dawn upon spending the winter here l left (ant with existing arrasgeureate.YOUR Smooth # Cayenne # Pineapple # Suckers
their home
for In
Gallle.. Ha we eaa picktetablea them. It aeemed.t ono time a* though Saturday Syracuse
In the morning say *.d they the sun wa vexed at the bank of black N. Y. ATTENTIOir ISCALLED FOR SALE by the 100, 1,000,10,000 or 60,000. Special prices on large order
|ve Ian Gallto that afternoon fcy cloud, and would not 'Iri.. at all; but )fr. C. C. Carroll, 'the real estate man, )I lheeame snd-date np pasted I guarantee them to be true to name, ftnt-cl. planU and in good order. ?? .*'
and the to -
fast freight or .xpre**. We have BOOn the pink cloud grew pinker report a. number of people Investigating Jr the ADV CAT.OI Them contemplating planting. can save money by calling on or corresponding
I many acre of unimproved TegeJod little cloud grew redder as tnooeh with the view of settling In Malabar.Mr. : } weekly upon vritb me before purchasing.
If abaeripttoa .
that ho had decided | wrapper. .
here and I the time :for Blushing for very joy I pease II. WR1GI1T Orlando Fla.
>purchaser, now to get*a bargaJ to join them. Brighter and brightb ) and Mrs. War, of Bowie, Texas, bM Kplrea, remit. OEO. ,


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I 1;: '..1 .. a INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH. 1896.rDO -

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Henry Clays z-....

: : SNAKES_ CHARM ? : Fatalities resulting from' "blowillg SCOTT'SCARBODIGESTIYE Potatoes]

I A FARM out the gtis" are generally considered as
but the .
r THERE ARE PROS AND CONS TO THIS due to rusticity Ignorance
Philadelphia Record is responsible for Tomatoes Melons
1 I QUESTION APPARENTLY. the statement that Henry Cluy waa once Cab),

GIVEN AWAY in danger of his life from tbe same COMPOUND Turnips, Lettuce, Peaij,

t. A Tale From T...* Which Support the cause. Onions, and all Vegetal

Affirmative, but Thar* Are) Naturalists iljiyor Swift of Philadelphia and

I I' Who Bay No-Claim That th. Snake's : Consisting of one sheet of FARM" BUILDINGS and one sheet Henry Clay were very iiitirnuto friends the one Remedy for move large. quantities ofP Pp
: of 78 Subjects DOMESTIC ANIMALS etc. These Positively
are to
Victims ...... Self and several' times during the mayor's from the soil.
: Hypnotised.; S. please the children.. The Farm" House and Animal. can the Treatment of SupplyPotash.
be ont out and made administration the eminentEentuckiancame
I to etand thus IDakIq a complete*
A gopher snake at Eaooudido has been Miniature Farm Yard. to visit him. Oil one of) these occasions NERVOUS EXHAUSTION

the cause of much earnent discussion Mr. Clay nearly lost bis life. and Aggravated forms of

amxig/: local naturalists. The question Ways to Get This Farm : i iS During the first night of Mr. Clay's Simple .
diamiHBed was "Do Snakes Charm or visit tbe mayor noticed an minimal odor DYSPEPSIA, AND .

.. Hypnotize Their Prey?" One of the : 6 Coupons| or of gas in the house, and on investigation PALPITATION OF THE HEART. in liberal quantities by the
naturalists had the nnnaual but
fortunate i enu 1 Coupon and 6 Oenta | or it was found that Mr. Clay bad retired of fertilizers

I experience at Encoudido of happening 10 Cents without Coupon to I without having turned the gas. after eating PAre containing ,
food sour
upon a> large gopher snake Just as the The new illuminating agent bad bran Does your confused and excited ? Do, less than 10% actual P

reptfIewas about to overcome a trembling LACKWKIL'S. DURHAM TOBACCO CO.. DURHAM. N:C.. lately introduced, and it is not improbable you get easily In the morning tired and tin- ash. Better and

'. cottontail rabbit and envelop tbe and the Farm will be aent you POSTPAID. You will find that Mr. Clay blew ont the light in you refreshed up and with a bad taste In the' more p.

animal in Its deadly coils. For some one Coupon inside snob. :9 ounce bar., and two Coupon ignorance of the proper'method of extinguishing mouth l' able yields are sure to (f'

.. time the naturalist watched the snuko'i Inside each 4. ounoe bag of it. Certain it is that had Mayor) Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at- Our pamphlets .are not ,
movements. feelings In the tag ipecial" fvtllinn, but are prtcilcil wST
Swift made his timely discovery, tended by disagreeable
latest researches the
lug on
It was within 10 or 13 inches of the BlacHTs Genuine Toteo.Buy Mr. Clay's brilliant career 'would have head and eyes PAre *really helpful to farmer.subject. IheyM.f'offen,jmi .
& and restless ?
apparently fascinated rabbit. Silently been prematurely cut off. you Irritable Lbs asking. GERMAN
and almost imperceptibly! the nuake hud Does your heart thump and cause you KALI WORKS

: .: wprnied its way lIel\t'er and nearer to its a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco and read the The Little) Thins; That Amnsed." to gasp for breath after climbing a flight P3 Nau 51.:1..

I victim. Its eyes glintpued with an in-, coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them. A noted man passed up Chestnut of stairs ? to the] left
tense brightness. Not a movement did Does It distress you The Largest and Most
a CENT STAMPS ACCKPTKO. street and everybody smiled when they t

it make which might alarm the timid glanced at him and made laughing remarks RIde Have r Impaired memory, dimnessof plete Establishment Sou
.;,It, rabbit. The forked tongue which to ............I to each other. vision you, depression of mind! and gloomy ;

I tbe era of a human being\ : is so repulsive The for their mirth lay in the '
------ ?
------- --- --- --- reason forebodings
i and intended to be terrifying appeared I r------c fact that he carried in full view of ev These symptoms mean that you are HACKER ft ftManufacturers
be> self hypnotized: by gazing fixedly at Vanderbilt expended $OOOOOOO on a
T to exert an entirely different influencenpnu ., erybody-stuck in the front pocket of aulTei-Ing! from Dyspepsia and Nervous
tbe mind of the Innocent rabbit the snake, the Hnbjaof being/, thus thrown palace and then indulged; the exquisiteaste Exhaustion.
his overcoat legal document bearing
This darting tongue either excited into a sort of trainee making no attemptto of calling .it Biltmore. We oughtto the word "Mortgage" in large and con- There Is no other remedy extant that I'I'i '
move ont of riimger unless roused by for this class of troubles -
the victim's curiosity or caused the animal be proud of our great families. letters. Philadelphia CalL has done so much I
) to co concentrate its mind on the some exterior influence.-Sun:! Diego 0cI1L'. as i

make's tongue as to throw that mind Chicago Tinieg-Ileruld. NEURALGIA cured by Dr. Mllen1. PALS Scott's Carb 0-Digestive

Into a bypuotlo condition of such P1 1.1.8. "One coat a do e. At nil druggist. .. &
The "general" of our baa no
strength that it could Dot break the duties army Chills ""-' > Compound
", spell' and ran away from impending < The taxes of the Countess de Castel-

4 death. The forked tongue darted out of Florida Railroad ...d flower*. lane, nee Gould, are almost $100,000. AND If you case has resisted the usual

..r. the snake's month almost as regularly The Spectator of Tim Outlook the other MOlt. people would be content with the methods o* treatment we are particularly

and the. needle of a sewing day atrtt a friend who had just returned .' axes to say nothing of,the estate itself. Fever anxious to have you give this Compounda
t machine rises and falls in tbe oloth. The trial.
from a jonruey) : in the south and
lithe body crept nearer and nearer. The Some of his experiences in that pleas- WANTED:-Seveial trustworthy gentlemen We guarantee relief In every case shouldour

'L rabbit Was tuotkmleas. Its eye was fixed ant and kindly hind filled him with or ladles to travel In Florida. for Cured to Stay CuredBy will cheerfully fall refund to produce your money the most o\}\

,, on tbe piercing eye of the snake. Even amazement, bat the methods of railway established,reliable house. /Salary (780 remedy results.
the waving of the wind kissed shrubs and expenses.: Steady position. Enclose gratifying;
aeeiuoil I that the appel1ll.tfonPatent
management stranger perhupt Please remember
Doors Sash
reference and self-addressed Eli
about the rabbit failed to break the spell, to him than anything else. "In Flori- Medicine does not apply to ,
The Dominion
I wand softly and slowly grim death in stamped envelope. Wintersmith's Chill Tonic. said "the railway conductor Company third floor Omaha. BuildIng COTT'S C.\.RBO-DIGESTIVE
I. snake form wreathed its folds about the .
: was a gentleman a real gentleman who Chicago, III. COMPOUND.It Moulding and Building Ilt'

.I1 creature. Then was the spell broken. treated bia punsengprB as though they nrSold by all Druggists.l is prescription put up by a leading'
1 : But the; strong coils of the snake were were bill personal I gne-tn For their com- The 27 editors In Congress will serve I physician who has made stomach and! Office and Warerooms, 1\:1011..01': <

" J in position. Never a rabbit lived that fort and pleasure ho vaa most solicitous, their country well by educating the lawyers Dorvous troubles a specialty for years. Cannon Street

: could break that embrace of death. and I venture to uy that he would there to boll down all Congressional; We court investigation; and earnestlyurge ; ,

p Realizing at lost the terrible peril the gladly have done uuythiug possible ROYAL-TANSY: PILLS all physl ians to write us for the
Record Louis Charleston
copy.-St. Post-Dispatch. S. C|
\, 1 terrified rabbit etrrggled' vainly to escape within his power 'to gratify any wish ol formula of Scott's Carbc-Dlgestive Com- ,
i: and as the ring's: of the snake drew KEVERFA1M.' pound which we will mall on application -
which be hud knowledge. And what t U. "'e..ueU"roup.
Time that of
Taken I In themselves
fr closer about the frail form BO tightly more be appeared to have power to do >::: : : ::: :bjorar or tuOIK painful its ,harmless they character may satisfy and excellent Sash Weights CordHardware
tt ; that breathing became difficult the rabbit whatever he clione. Two ladies admireu then or"..... II... ,
f1I1EWDIIH1OVEBV.. ...''UII...... Jteme virtues
Hood's has achieved
uttered a desj j a ring cry almost human the gorgeous tropical flowers that grew Sarsapartlla great: ....U hoe 5'. Sons
r in its iuteuMeucas and sound. It success In warding off sickness which, if ... 'S nd *o lit SCOTT'S CAKBO-DIGESTIVE
in abundance near the railway track. .... So14 "y bed ,
'v) was; the rabbit's lust earthly utterance. allowed to progress would have undermined PEPS'EJLMEDI-: COMPOUNDIs
'Would you like some? he asked, and the whole system and given disease, 1.ILo
l An extra twist of the cruel coils and when they said that they would, he a strong foothold to cause much Sold F. S. Chaffee & Co.Master's tbe most remarkable remedy that Window and FancyCJA
bunny waif no more Lungs heart by has It has succeeded
\' poor tailed the bell rope and stopped the offering and even threaten death. science produced.
c., and bones'! were literally! crushed The train. With his brakesmen as assistants lood's Sarsaparllla has done all this aud where all other medicines hare failed. SPECIALTY.

: snake did Dot relax tbe pressure for fully he went oat and gathered great armfals. even more. It has been taken In thousands Sold by drueclsts!:!: everywhere, $1.00

l' ten minutes. Unwinding itself tbe quite filling two or three seats with of oases which were thought to be Sale.In per bottle. Sent to any. address in

" ; snake dragged tim prey under an ad- these lively flowers; then he signaled to Incurable, and after a tilalhos effected America on receipt of pi ice.Don't .
.l jpining buuh for dinner. wonderful cures bringing health,strength Circuit Court, in and for Brevard forget that we cheerfully
l the engineer and the journey wee re- and foy to be afflicted. Another Important County Flol.ldRIN ; your money if results are not laU tac-
\, ; To the naturalist who watched the ,
nmed. does
Order direct If druggist
point about Hood's Sursapmlllas CHANCERY. tory. your In
' captuTOof the rabbit i it. if -
, appeared as
t "That was fine tbe Spectator'sfr'end that Its cures are permanent, because not have It.Address '
ii 'the snake had certufuly" fuuuiiiated the Timothy Murphy, 1 all orders to
" said "but could not help think- they start from the solid foundation of VS.
: : animal. As a gopher snake is not poisonous lug that it wee a trine shiftless at the purIfied, vitalized and enriched blood. The Indian. River Steamboat }

,1 and ball 110 veil developed fangs same time and also perhaps a little dan. lint it l Is not what we say, but whatload's Company et. al. CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.
? its of is does that tell the and by virtue of a final ilaoree made, Poor
only means killing prey by con- erouH, bnt aa no harm came of it it Sarsaprllla UNDER In the above entitled cnn,',
'L stribtion.) Xi. order to catch uu animal nay be that the conductor knew what tory. wherein Timothy Murphy and others are Topeka Kas.
4i it almost for tbe snake complulnanM and the Indian River Steamboat
necessary be about In the Spectator:) wind .
was Joiuimuy and others are defendantS, by the Or For Sale by
$I, to fascinate the victim. there was no doubt that the condnctoi ALEX NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR Judue of the above styled court and dated
Other naturalists' claim that snakes do knew: what he was about and that he February 21st lUll! ,and under the supplementalorder Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusvllle Healthl
TAYLOR of said court dated February :'Mb, tsuo,
1: -r not: posses the power of fascinating ei did entirely the correct thing. In a land NEAR & and whereby I was appointed Special Master to

, ; ther birds or animal One man who has of flower where the most beautiful (Successors to John McAllister.) sell the Master following. aforesaid described. will property on the 6th!! I,day as
given the matter much study remarked blossoms may be had for the gathering of April A 1> WW the same being the .I..t In OlrcuttCourt, Brevard 'means so much moreyou
" that "no Is rooted Artesian Well Contractors In said month of April and s legal sales
' error apparently more It la not fitting that men should be tbe Monday County.
day within the legal hours of sale, mil for cashto imagine-serious
L,I I in the human mind than that which attributes laves of time. the hIghest bidder therefor at the wharf of
I1 I I.d to snakes this. ceonliar nower of --- EAU GALLIB. FL.A. the Jacksonville, Tampa and Key West Rail fatal'i diseases result"
at Titusvllle; ,_ In_said. .Itrevard Susan Hitching
way Company.
I l' 'tI t fascination." this they
By power are BUrred Up. I County, Florida all the following described .O..Y Y In Chancery trifling ailments negle!
i1 said to be able so to paralyse their viatims "Our whole neighborhood has been I property the same being tbe property of the CIta the and
HODGES & GODFREY defendant the sad tile Indian River Steamboat Mary N. Blythe. ,JWHEREA8 Don't with Na
that the birds animals play
or are ten-
r stirred up, said the regular reader. Company to-wtti The steamboat "St. Sebas oath has been made before me
I dered utterly incapable movement and The editor of tbe country weekly I aeia- Usa,'' the steamboat. "St. Augustine" the ; the attorneys for the complainant greatest gifthealtitDUJWU5
snake of steamboat "Progrese," the steamboat "S. V. that the defendants, ()has. O. and
: wait for the attack of a or even Manufacturers
go ed bis pen. White end the steamboat "Cleo." all no* lyIng Mary N.Blythe,Uve without the State of Florida Uycnintaout
k forward to meet it in fear and trembling "Tell me nil about it," he said. at Titusvllle,In the, said county of Brevard to-writ! In Savannah,Georgia; that they are of inn*.

t but! without any power of retaliation. "What we want! is the news. What Yellow Pine Lumber .Florida Including fixtures furniture with each, steamboat boats and its tackle respective I each person over In the 21 yean State of of age Florida and that service there of,la subpoena no aDd"--*]

i Now any one who watches the behavior stirred it npf""Plowing mil also all the personal property of the said upon whoHi would bind said defendants. hive nssnd
of small animals placed alive as said the f..mer.-Pear. Indian River Steamboat Company, Including Its Now, therefore. ,you Chas.O.Blythe and Mary cut'begin '
i office furniture and material and supplies and N. of
ROUGH DRESSED, ; Blythe, are each yon hereby required to III
food ta the cages in which snakes are son's Weekly. aliio the following described real estate: appear to complainant's bill at the Cleik's offlce IngCb....
kept iu captivity in the hope of seeing I Orange floE Heads, The southerly nfty feet of Lot thirty and all of this'. Court In.Tltusvllle Florida the First ble strafi.
of Lot thirty-one In Ulock It, in tile town of Monday In April A U IttOB being the 6th day of I Iron
I this! marvelous power In operation) will Fruit Vegetable Crates.Lumber Kau:: Oallle, In the said County of llrevard. the month and plead to said bill In due course, medlclnlfi,
j ri be grievously disappointed. Chickens delivered any part of Indian River l on through bill uf lading. Anyone contemplatInir ,- bank of the Indian lllver at low water mark and the cause ordered to proceed ex-parte. ties CD
rats/ guinea pigs Babbits all move Heart Trouble Quickly Cured. bulliUnii on the Kant Coast would do well to one hundred and live feet south ol the south It is further order-id that this' notice be pub comnrfJII
about with an utter absence of fear of write for prlce. The 8'wmtll! situated on the line of Lot number one, section thirty-three lished once each week for four siioresslve. weeks Bitters 6

i l. the snakes. My belief is that it is possible A Convincing TecUmonlak J.,T. &; K. W. Ry.,9 miles south of I'alatka.. township thence. running twenty-four west thirty, vango,feat thirty-; thence..lx north east. ; delay In the INDIAN may'be RIvER. ADVOCATE wIth as little : sndjpleasant :

I account t for the popular belief that 0 I Satsuma IU lits, Putnam co.,Fla. thirty feet; thence mutt' thirty feet; thenoe ) n- and ordered at the Clerk's office at 10
I snakes possess a power to fascinate for of south beginning.along the bank of said river to tbo place Titusvllle, this:231.Ii day of February, A D isao.

several reasons. Au observer may come And BM>all the rights of wharfage and Interests [Seal.] A. A. STEWART It Cures
GLEASON & CO. In wharves lease-hold or In mar6-apr3. clerk Circuit
4 W. H. by agreement I Court.
on the scene and find a number of birds divers wharves. on the Indlim River In the .
mobbing a snake just aa they will mob counties of llrevard and Dale. and at New' Dyspepala Kidney ail li I

owl buzzard. The dashes of the ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. Smyrna. Master's Sale. Troubles
an or a I All of the foregoing sales will be made subJect Neuralgia,
f bird toward the snake and their flutter I to confirmation by the above styled court. Constipation, Bad Blood

1' ing round it may easily be put down to TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED Koch live! per successful'cent of hU purchaser bid' with shall the dpponlt Master twenty-at the UNDER and by virtue of a decree" fore- f Malaria. .:.. Nervous i"

the effect! of the snake's glance while AND PERFECTED. time of the sale, taking the Master's receipt andoethfleate Court' and sale Issued out of the Circuit "
fey Brevard county In a cause' there Women's complaIn'
the..Cor.Tb. balance of the
iu of purchase in,wherein' : : : .
they are reality merely attempts money to be paid on confirmation of sale. the Indian River Loan&Investment Get on'Flhe' g.nuln.-hths5"
the birds to drive off the intruder. A Possession to be retained by the court until company Is I I. complainant and J. St. Cyr Watson lInes oa the wrapper. All ctben'"'
attacked ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS purchase price Is fully paid. In the event the "Cenllan't I will offer for sale In front ol the .Utat. On receipt of twO"JI
mother bird whose
are court house aoor
young confirmed the will at TltnsTllle'on Monday, April .
sale Is not property be resold will send .et 01 Tea BegutilSi
will almost certainly behave in this way OBTAINED. after due advertisement, anti the twenty- 6W9B, during the legal hour. of sale to the Pair View and book-Ire*.
highest and
best bidder
' \ and may herself fall a victim not to the rive per cent deposit returned without costs or described of the clUb defendant, the following BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMOaWhy \
Defective Homestead Pre-Emption ex|>en"ea to the party depositing same with Property to-wlti
of fascination in the but His lease hold interest the lot
snake end 01
power Master.
4 '
Corrected and the In
Entries City Wharf Trwsvlu"e"descr"bld; ..
the force of her maternal WILLIAM H. BAKER ro I-
to feelings. Claim adjusted before the Department lowst Commencing where the north line of
I It may be the mobbing of tbe snake at Washington. R. H. Liggett, Special Master Main street 'In Titusvllle Intersects the east line I

by the companions- of a victim that has Correspondence solicited. Complainant Solicitor. mar6-apr3 of northerly the balk-head.along the of the east City end Wharf of the! run bullt-hmi thence I I not bt jour

been ..ei&edor: of a mother whoso vest "'-llue ELLA sixty feet, thence run west, parallel with Main I
I has been robbed It be simply the Konrm."For EAU CALLIE FLA.Plneappe street one hundred feet thence run south at I '
; may II r an I suffered from heart tftraU Notice., right angles to Main street sixty feet to the I .wit I HiMh-maoU'
I of before north Ifte of Main
I effect! poison already injessed *. During that tune I was treated. b.1ft y hundred feet street thence run east one I
alone the north
line I
and Lemon of
Orange Main street
the observer has come upon the scene different physicians. AU of M",m In the Circuit Court, la and for Brevard m point of iwKinalng.: Together with the ware- Pay tmt one profl betweeD *l
'or it may be simple cariosity. In ninety.I claimed that I MwU not k....... I was Land For Sale, Cheap.I County Florida : house en said ,i*. user and that asnall 1jua&o:.!
I nine cases oat of a hundred one or the greatly troubled with shortness ot breath. D. L. GAULDEIf. On Big'TOO Page Catalofpi. 'JOUde

other of these causes has been at work. : yalpttatloa and pain In tile side. If I hi. have for sale 80 acres of pineapple Aaron A.VS.DeOrauw I( Bill to foreclose m.r1I-apr3 Special Master. proves)tha*Iff P*"

What then of the hundredth case and wm excited,or exerted. myeelf In UM'toast land on St. Lucle river, a few miles be- I James Mitchell. ) Mortgage. 214 pou...... liOCOfllustfStIOD&and \ P51':

I what about the fascination exercised on tlM pain la my aide became very..". ..*. At low Eden, 40 of which being northeast appearing by the aftlilavlt of D U Oauldea I tellmtb.aoaa-pzoSt n *

I' man, cases of which have undoubtedly times aeemad though nsertlei wee..aoc55 quarter of northeast quarter of section IT cause attorney that for the the defendant complainant! James, nleit Mitchell" In satJ Is ,WUK ME MADE VIBOROujs : article tor licenSe,iyr3'h1g thi$5 not joa tor till'

been recorded f The explanation lies in OtrouoM*v..... Sometime the month 18, township 38, south of range 41 east;' a non-resident of the State) of Flotilla, and Is topsy pyf$5pJ5tR5i0, .,
I self of No".mberlu' I commenced taking the other 40 Is the northeast quarterof over the ag the probability that .it is a case of said defendant resides at Marl, Deotnr
southeast of section 3 county:
quarter quick.
DR. MILES HEART CURB of Oeon..and that there la
Aypnotism. 'Late' no .person In
i : township 38, south of range 41 east the State of Florida service of tI it MONTOOMERY WAIW!
) a subpoena .
I It is aa error to that willpower ) and alnc then I have Improved .....uI7.' upon
'4 suppose The above land can be bought for $10 whom would bind the defend nt, Janice. TIle.WM* of All tb.P"aiiii6
has anything to do with the ef. I can now sleep on my left aid,something suitable for Mitchell) It '.,therefore ordered that the defenilant. > MIcWvui Ave.,
r feet. The matter bas been taken setentiflcally had never been able to do before I can per acre. It Is pineapple, ,James Mitchell,be required. to appear i'asv' s 'f.
up orange, lemon or lime growing. awl answer complainant's said bill of complaint' :
I by the medical profession. andit walk without, and am Inessi. on the sth day of April ian or said bill will he mat, PEFFEII'S liivllORDid
.. bttttr UtalA titan wr tM/or. would Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for taken a*confessed and complainant be allowed it set. !
has been found that the hypnotl ( commend all nCeran from heart tronbH cash.. This land will soon be worth tAO to proceed ex part with his said cause. Others.. fall.P0Crt.hly Yosn5 seen sad i1Sliiofl qulki .rea .... af
state of trance. or whatever II It U further ordered that this order' be ea rSoOvpvou1f,1 easa.j.olE
I sleep or to tr?Dr. MUea UTmloabl remedy wlthoot per acre. published ..... vitor &bs.ta.
may be termed can be produced by i ........ MISS LilA KTJBTZ. Apply to C. n. Walton, ADVOCATE weeks In oiw the* IXI earn IA.week RIVBB for ADVOOATB four oonamutive, a newspaper .f.::C .hOlY.o'r:..f.:a.vva' -., ......

I looking fixedly at the operator or at a its Wright 8*.. MllwamkM. Wto. office; or to Robblas A Graham, Tltus- published at Titusvllle. Brevard county case. ai,4 ell.,-. : %vneJ=';r'

: coin! or at the tip of one's own no... 1 n ..Knes UssitCure in mid on ...... Vllle *tfWalton' Florida.Witness. the Honorable John "D. Rronme, ...a-'."': impos. In.eJs'DosI ._......._....Ion..:

is not necessary to go into the question bO&lIelle..e&; Judn of said court,aa well aa A. A. Bte....... r.-.i'Mw.f .'4 "" "
I I of bow the result ls brought about but rrrr.ul'a.a.. _... Rapid Calking Machine, Clerk thereof. and the seal of said court M the Cci be.srete4 ;.e ."T'Qe Isee'eesd OI':.Saw, IL
there is L-vk. 1fI: $3.00 $10.00 and 114.00 each. In na. court hoan M THusvUle, this the ftth day ol :rSi 110-. hl -II>
a physiological March MM.CBMJ. i.- eaaraa... ; I" ..tiveI 8ICGE5
I What happens then in the hundredth Carl .MS-.. by: many: of the principal boat-builders ] A. A. BTXVABT.D.L.Oaold I;: j -
Dr; MJIcs' 'Dcart:
esae i .is that the man, or the animal may -.' \ ,....... In the North. SM pamphlets and testimonials : **, derm Clrcmit Court. 1 IN THE
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ad..d, ., ."..4.........
e people dislike journalistic oon- :ElO""L-.a.ux.s.: THE FLORIDA PALMETTO HOTEL
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themselves their -------------- ----.-
|tion of or works 1 "1"J" ,
(are indifferent to it, and yet oth Daytona, Florida. }: 4

joy it. We belong to this last East Coast Hotel System The Leading Hotel Iteautlfully situ- ":,
if the mark is hit if .
Of coarse .
It In home-like. Table excellent.
I I.I I.
lifter abaft goea in the clout, every I I Modern conveniences New sanitary.

N oye tbe game. Dexterity is ad- C. KNOTT, General Superintendent. plumbing. Prompt and polite aervlce.
e even when malevolent. But fa tr ar Popular rate. Under management of
malevolence itself, clumsy, un, i n v n I c I ml rilrt hlyt lss LEON DESPLAND
pt tt a.a Alcazar .
malevolence sl ,
fund pretentious YS as rtsMh n.. Formerly of the Fountain City IlotoL
us. Every human passion has aluting ST. AUOUhTINE.Jos. seasons '11:1): to 'US.\

effect. Much, too, might be l\ (hIu Avis, Manager.! yyy''
In in defense of hatred. It stir* Open NoM'mtior tint to fay Hist. ---- -----

kognant waters of life, it is tht *:UK) and upwind per day
went and correlative of love. The Casino. COR N11D0, IRF-BATHIN5 THE TEAS BOUND

t shadows go with the highest ST. AUGUSTINE.

Aud people incapable of being L1r r A. )f. 'r\1.nlC, bupeilntciutont. :i: ;rt,
Johnson called"good haters"may Swimming Pool, I Si*--*rJHARP i' 1 ;7I r
i their degree, dislike one and shy IIOTEL Russian and Turkish Bntlm. I / rAnicrOff. : ',.....,.""'", .1t 4U
alls at one from behind, and so ROYAL POINCIANA, Ponce De Leon, I SEW SnYRf1A.flA2OM11ESDPBEAEHFDRAPLAY'C. jL.

[i terest this reason to life.we mention the latest PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AITOITSTINE. UND)!! ,

OlU.JR.I1: McititAY, Mnnageis.
Book, and for this reason OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to '\111'11. Special- Features at r There is a contributor in it", who i;,>.00 and upward per day. rates, eollti comfort, no ostentation: ,
himself a "Yellow Dwarf who HENRY W. MERRILL, Manager.: Cordova good itching good cooking.Now .
peevish, malicious and sickly aswarf .
of romance. Be dislikes The ------- -- ST. AUOUST1NK.
iluy Review and its present editor, Rooms only. Open dining February and March.: O|> the 8t>nm>ii.

e baa had particular good reason The Ormond rt'
like them. Did not The Saturdayw OUMOND-OX-THK-HALIFAX.I Pierce Hotel : J

| poke fun at "Gray Roses?" i ANDKHSON A PJMCK; MI\IltLglI'S. ,

'Yellow Dwarf" is Mr. Henryd. Opon December to April. "', Nonr Iiulirin. Iliv n.; Inlet ., ;

The ;jargon he writes a sort S $,1,00 and upward por day. ,,'"\'
ncbified English that shows igno- '
Royal Poinciana .
Expressly: finished and furnished for
is character- ,; '
|of both languages, as # "
f him as the particolored hose I ct PALM 1JEAC1I.It. homo comforts. Modea'n'can vetnet>ces. .'; ,
Malvolio. We have had Mr. Eari W. itt! cutut.L, Manager ,\, FIStllMCI ANn miNTINtJ ViimiriXMwd.Guides 1.i I
Open January to April.
i praise in the past, over his sig- $.\,CO and upward per day furnished. Dust table water in ,.1. ,: :
We now have his blame from be- the btato.JtTi ,;al r i

a mask. We prefer the blame, and Palm Beach Inn, .urn TYI,KU, I Ptopilotors and '" '

land need not conceal .his ideu-' .-.' FIIEP. hTKiiuv: )[ana or. 'i' FlUNK M. TYI K, I| Manugeis. :j ", 'I
Saturday Review. OpeulhJct'lIIber to 1\I1\Y. ,
.r Formerly of :New Haven Ct. I
$4.00 and
upward per day. ,' ::
Light on Dark Mj.t ry. Palm Beach Casino, .'
ere is an organization in Boston 1. I + K. >T. WATSON Supoiinteiidont. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY ;, :
| the of Re. I I
n as Society Psychical Suit Water Swimming 1'001Snl' '
The other evening, at one of the / Bathing
nga, a certain person, said to pos- Fishing from Ocean Pier. TIIE HomoMoukeia.( When ."' 'I'J;
you get ,
[remarkable occult powers, volun- .. them Stop at'n\ i
THE IIOTEl ORMOND.. ---------------- -- ----- -- --- -- _
I to give an exhibition, which offer

gladly essor"accepted was a by woman the society., slightly The Accommodation for 300 guests. Rates, fS per day and upwaids.OuMoN D-oN-TR E-IIII IFAX. Hotel ,Indianx River. = \= \ The Lemon City Hotel 11.At 11.

,with pallid cheeks and dark raven ,, Open from December until April 2:)th. ,''y ,
One of the members, while not I
ANDERSON & PRICE Managers Lemon terminus of the
colarly skeptical, thought he would CItYhtto
(Hack Line, flay Airy
little experiment on his own act ?
i rooms, ooinfoi'table beds good tab],,,,
The Hotel
at Florida.
| so, before going to the meeting Leading Rockledge forms reasonable.
1i! r
vided himself with some pieces of ,
horesoent paper that in the dark 1'VC:: I J.E1V.: : L neighborhood.rtr: load Hulling add ]hunting I In tIle }

like a glowworm. This he tore
[small pieces and, just before the D. CONNOLLY' \, Prop ,
fa were extinguished, contrived to New. Rockledge Hotel. Will Open Jan: 15th. Lemon City, Dado Co., Fla.

i three or four bits of the paper on"professor's"

( head. Then he sat ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.

i and waited IUON INDIAN RIVER. It is situated a Park of beautiful flowers, Tropical plants and trees and
|hen the room was dark, the "pror's" .....,
fronting on the Famous Indian River. Tho Hotel 1 III supplied with all modern
cranium emitted a pale light,
bio to every one in the room but the conveniences; passenger elevator, stoain boat, electric lights, etc., and the table HOTEL
fessor" herself. In a few minutes, FJ.oJ:1.d.a.H will be kept up equal to that of any hotel In .Kloildu. A fine oichetttia hall boon ,

phenomena began; but, strange toe engaged for the season. Centrally Looted on St. George ,
when a tambourine in one corner E. BEMIS, M'gr, Mohonk Lake, N. Y. Street.
illamii KATESJ&3.OO......... ,
sound the
fie room began to -
i was there also, and the movingt $8.1>0 nmlt.OO} her clay, according Overlooking and a full Old view Fort of Marlon the Outturn and and Park ,1{

[ of the operator could be easily A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, noi'thorn help. to location of room. Special rates by the rolling oakum from the piazzas. '
d. The suppressed mirth told the
fessor" something was wrong, and Orange grove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsuipnssed. '- \voel --- 'I.
the light was turned on and ther I Prices moderate. W M, TEAHEN, Proprietor l
discovered the remarks made were I
jfrom spiritual. There were no more nr-: Send illustrated circulais. H. P. SHARES : i'1

kifestations that nightBostonA Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. HOTEL BELLEYUEX Gas, Electric Dell i and. perfect 'systemof / '
Sanitary Sowernge. '
,:: ;1'

:London T_ :] lIe1: "bo'U.r.n.e, Jr11or.1c1a.:: '

ver in England they say, "In Amer- x HOTEL COQUINA :} :
| where all yarns come from and HOTEL: I'U: :N""I' Overlooking the Farnoiiw Indian River

i proceed to tell about our drinking ij
dared pearls or going to drive decol- ANa OOTT.AG-EJS ---
1 or something equally amazing and ".

nanifestly absurd. One of the latest S.AEl.N'O, IncliLtn: : : River: Ir'lorida.Located : ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA, J, j
base "yarns" to come via a London
is of young American on the Eau Oallle River,overlooking the Indian River and on the main line of the J FLORIDA.SURF I .',
pange a pretty Florida Kant Coaat R'y. High-clous accommodation. for tm tii; perfect drainage! park and .hell f '
1 "returning home from her summer track for riding driving and cycllnglawn tennl court,shooting range (mate or rowing and nail J
days in She met on theer InK talihnir feir non", m; hot andcoldeulphnr bathaetc. Pout, telegraph 'anil express oflloe. In : '1'- --- i
Europe. the hotel which Is wltlln, easy. illHtanoa of the Atlantlo mean, where mirf bathing' may he In.
a wealthy, middle uged corn- dalgedln. Rate < 4:i,81)to$1 SO per day. Furnlehodoottageawith evarv'1mIl,1ecrnvenlonee, BATHING AND DRIVING /c !
and|1900 k. Address C. T. VKKItBKE, Mnnic'r, ,
Hot, who was much struck with her containing 5 and. 7 rooms 112.60 por wo :
city and charm. He seemed, fore "Hnnio' Flurliln Specialties at 'Ormond n 1 ',

reason or other, a little depressed, -- -- ---- --- ---'-- --------- ------- - S2T" For Circular, address.,, f a
1 the pretty American set herself the jr vlrrllj i 'i'
t of enlivening him. Before the Statf ; }
Liberty walt sighted the slightly The Plaza Hotel. SEISER & PINING, Managers, ,\ j

teased middle aged gentleman bad . *
osed marriage and was accepted. l

1 I while missy wait arguing with them One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce, Churches
house officers over her finery she
horrified to see her fiance payingon Rookledge Florida and Schools. HOTEL CARLETON .H
Itleman a coffin. 'The depressed elderly ; Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day Terms by the Week or Month.
had, as a matter of fact, been '
ying over the remains of his wife ozo INDIAN :EI.L:: First-rate Laundry Connection with the Hotel. Terms Uoanonnblo. Jacksonville, Florida. .1. '
(burial But the settlements were ex- ,
eat ------ ----- ---- -- --
and the vivacious young lady -- j )

tried him." .QP TIB'S. I HOTEL MELBOURNE Under New Management. '
1'1" .w :E1.'V .
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Boston Common In a Bad War. ---

more our old dismal Common, more I Every degraded day,makes more Large Airy Rooms, Fine View of Indian River; gCREVEN y fQUSE.| MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. Open all the Year -- /;

igbtly, more utterly abominable, and, "
Coolest nod located
Every' Modern Convenience. ..... Open all the year round. Good FUh- most pleasantly "L.
worst of it is that we can form only hotel for the Hummer montlm. Thor-
stunt notion of what it ia going to be leg, Hunting and Yachting. Rates, refitted and ,furnUhed. '
Sailing, rowing, Fishing, Hunting, J.0: and upwanl oiiKhly elegantly j: t
r all this rubbish is it. Elevator. All modern +
dumped upon Improvement
B. DUB Pro. I'roprletre, MIM. C. J. Jl :CTOII. j
are promised that it Is to emerge Riding and Driving.Proprietor.. HATES:-M.60 to $.1.60 per day. ,,
a this confusion more beautiful than Special by the week, and to Commercial :.?

r, but to believe in this promise ia s. H. PECK '- Men.Only ;:"ij
INDIANOLA HOUSE. hotel that the electric car pan :
ost as great a strain on the faith as SAVANNAH GA.I "
ook forward to the literal realiza- ._- to from depot. 4!

of the lion and lamb millenniumthe CRAPO & LeVENE. '
Located 1[
next In the midst of J. A. HAPPEBSETTE I Centrally ,
century Indianola Is Merritts Island. Proprietors. .
and Bull. ..... on ...., .
There .
Bring olonda of olaaa hatred. Congress .
na to be too much dirt already and INRIAN' RIVER HOTEL
Four Miles Kortb of Rockledge.
too much coming. The depressionsbe Rates :- i Hotel Al Fresco
Common have always been one of ,. .... '.'
greatest beauties-the chance to fee TITUSVILLE 83.5O: to 83.OO. LARGE, Sunny rooms, all looking! on \ ,

letting like a valley Is a relief in the rt ti Indian River. Goad home tl\llo.l .r '

r. and the hllla of the Common wouldbe ><: Indian River.. ---... I Pure oft drinking water. Hailing, rowIng JEHSEW, Indian River, FLORIDA.
much if it were not for the hol- 1<.' i the I
; A spirit of revenge very spirit fishing and bunting. Will meet ,
'a. So. if the present effect Ido be reed Fla.' 'If' of the devil, than which nothing make guests at trains, at Cocoa and transfer
much of the dirt, it wtrald seem, 8- JOHN L.
A man more like him.' If your revenge JENSEN Proprietor.
them to and from House free of charge.
st go to the bill, and if it does they + L3'J.. A. iIAPPEBBETTE'MAvAoaa. be not satisfied, it will give you torment

1 not be the same hilla.-Boaton Tran- : now; if it be it will give yon greater Rates I $i.6O per day.B.COper ,

pt..Artlaela1 t.' hereafter. None i I. a greater self tormentor $ week. NEW MOUSE; Best Accommodation

&.. iI1 ; All The Year. than a malicious 1 and revengeful :
X**. .n..L.. Open East
'I i mat who tarn the poison of bit own Address : on ., Hot and Cold! Datht; \ '
wish to shouted that eminent
laY temper in upon blnwelf.-J. M. Jtfaaon.DMktt ) O. SCnUYLEK:
.. Wf .
iedian, Mr. BaraeaTomer! ; "that flrt- laM table. In centre of the
fiend who threw that hiaa egg' Only a few .:nl qtH' --- Indlanola, Fla. ,'t* v'. '
breatbjew :ia Bothing.but ate walk from Railway .t... .... AbM* It. roou-Itneappla Regiou'close} to the

with the inatineta' .e<<.<:n aaaaarinJQ : ;leer and Steamboat landIng .'' The Bachelor-H'. ,, break Inlet. .F1s&i and oyste1s In'abundance.
the of .
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ordinary ,-.spr //'l' thing than to maka them: envelope, note;&ad letter head, blll-
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blood' can bear 1"-Indianapoli* -1 don't know about that.,-PhiUdelphlaBecord. -, W*shall be glad to have a bare of your I

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INDIAN kIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 20, le{&}$. .,. .

t, Consult James DIott, large and valuable tract In which- Is Included -I Highest of all in Leavening Power. -Latest U.S. Gov't ReportBaking

Sewall's Point the town site of THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM ]
Alicia and, several valuable pineapple C
i Orlando Nursery for orange, lemon plantatlonll. The Florida East Coast
and fruit trees vines nnd
( grape] grape
hallway has an interest in the
t,' .M.lriliiiil Xt.l| rOHCB. VAI
and Mr. Inifraham will proceed at once
JAMES MOTT, Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
Fla. to plat It and put It on the market.
Orlando The chief feature of the tract Is its one

and one-half miles of water front on St.:! Powder LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE,

i 3icw Bakery TitusvilleNearly Lucte Sound, opposite Santa Lucia Inlet.
This Is excellent property for winter
the "Advocate"Building.
Opposite villas and pineapple and fruit planta 30"'TEILY PORE We have for sale a large list of
:. tions. Oranges, lemons limes and i carefy'
grapefruit thrive in the locality without --------- --'" """'- --- .....--- selected Indian River Properties I

danger of frost. Sewall's! Point ,Is the to to be
: me rather hard for a poor
n have, and opened am now a prepared new bakery to In sell Tlrusvifle /flrstelaut -- highest piece of land on the entire coast preacher to have to work bard everyday Closed for the Season.! Agents for Sale of Lands of the. Florida Coast l
2 of Florida. In the week and well I
i Sunday too, as
cakes of all kinds, rye and white Canal and Transportation Co.
as half of every night trying to preach. Canaveral club house closed for the
bread. Don't fall to give me a trial as
the gospel to people and work to make season on Monday when the last of the
attended Real Estate Transfers Eau :
all orders will bo promptly to, at members-Col. Ilor C.A.N".A.L L.A.N'DS.I :
living outside of that, and then have his prominent Chas. P.
Mod will be
you. pleased.MRS.. DEISNKB. Gallle. ( little garden trampled upon and destroyed ton, Mr. T. Watson Merrill and guests Florida. Southern. Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
4 a. In that did left for St. Augustine, Asheville another
way. you" Lands..; Disston, Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Coa'
not know whose it but that does places en route to Boston. Theclub's
There have been two real estate trans- was, and other Low Priced Lands. '
For Charter actions In town the week. A. A. not, In the least, lessen the wrong. Now steamer, Canaveral, has been
Ford purchased a house past and lot fromW. I trust this will not be repeated for I hauled out on Nelson's ways, and now Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
these Manager Geo. W. Morton can take a rest
The sloop yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt. R. Roesuu for $IOO, and Mr. hell purchased am sure young people will not care until Titusville. Florida.
to have their before In next season. .Mr. Morton was
that I highly complimented on the successful
r This yacht )'II fitted up with the bent of Alnsworth and Ives have also bought light; so kindly ask thnt you will ---
do manner in which he conducted
I accommodation for ladles. Cook the fine launch Helen from Mr. Valentine not so again. Respectfully, every-
Capt. .
thing to the satisfaction of the member
i JK. a reliable man and well acquainted of Cocoa. These gentlemen are already B. A. GKIOKR. this Beo.son.1fr. I Chaffeeil
with all the fishing and hunting grounds at work Improving;their properties Fred S. C
oe the river. lately purchased, and pruning and budding -
Death of Mr. J. D Power. J. O. Walton has been
Address, CAPT. OEO. COOK, the orange trees which with a little spendIng -
F. & A. M. Titusville, Fla. care, will noon be as fruitful as they a few days at Cocoa this week.

ever were. llr. J. D. Powers of ShelUnurne. Messrs. J. J. Flannery, of Clifton; FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITDSYILLE Fll
Mass., who has been In the employ of I 1 Pharmarhr ,
/ Schooner-Yacht for Charter. and his friend, E. J. Malay, of Do Registered .
;i A New Fertilizer Firm. the New Kockledge Hotel, for the past posit, N. Y., gave us a short call yes-
two seasons, died at Jacksonville Sun A Complete Assortment of
The fine, staunch schooner-yacht "E. day evening, March 13, of acute bronchitis terday.Mrs. .
i I'' ... 'Xr C.." now lying; at Titusville, is for The attention of orange, pineapple after a few days Illness. O. II. Nolan and little girl, of PURE DRUGS and
t ;a t; charter. She Is comparatively a new fruit and vegetable growers throughout: The deceased leaves a wife and one Jacksonville arrived In town yesterday; }$ Druggists SUIlt n n.e

bout; is 00ft. long and 18ft. beam; has a the state Is drawn to the new ad. of the child. His brother, J. It. rowers, arrived evening on a vltlit to l\rl'S. Louis A. Brady.

I ) cabin with room fur a excellent; Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., on our 5th in Jacksonville Tuesday night to Mrs. Nolan was a schoolmate. of Mrs -> Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care 'and Promptitude e r.,
I", every convenience, and Is an page. This company will carry on the take the body to his late home. By his Brady's. .
.4 'f 11 ua-goitig: craft. business the late firm'of Chapman and death the business has lost an active and -Mr. J. Irving Ooddard proprietor of EjT"" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

o .. Can be chartered for a trip along the Sudlow; and will manufacture a first faithful worker, but the loss is much Mountain Rest, a fine summer home on

East or West coasts, the Bahama Islands class article. The company is composedof greater to a wide circle of friends, who Mohonk Lake, N. Y., is the genial room == We want your trade. Give us a n'
or Jamaica. Will be In charge; of an experienced good and well known men of Jackson knew him as a man of strict integrity of clerk at the New Rockledge hotel, nock-
navigator. Terms reasonable. ville, who Intend pushing the businessfor purpose who lived a life of a high stan- ledge this winter.
all Its worth. honest Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, Wall Paper School
CAI"r. JOHN SIMONSOJT, dard of principle that made hima Supplies, Perk
Titusville, Fla. The following are the officers, who sincere friend, and won respect from -Miss C. M. Parrish, of Valdosta, Ga.. Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc, etc., etc.

solicit a share of your patronage: Wm. all who knew him. His genial courteous who. has. been. on a few,. weeks', visit to
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Macklln, president; O. Murphy vice- manner told of a nature always ready her friend, Miss Leila. Anthony, leaves
,t r YACHTS FOR SALE. president; V. Mucklow, secretary; and and willing to lend a helping hand or For home to-morrow, by way of New EZ.:: :eeA.CZGroceries :: -.
E. Sudlow : and Palatka. ,
., general manager. /give the word of advice to those wearied Smyrna

.' Sloop For Sale. _____ mm by care for to-day or troubled by thought Capt. R. P. Paddlaon left here, Sat Grain Garden Seed
I'-il'' The Eau Gallle Mall Route. of the morrow. There are many to I urday fast, for Eau Gallic, to take charge Hay, FertilizI :
his loss. ,
mourn of the lumber business of his
Tor sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; j son, Mr.
'f tonnige, 18 27-100; In first-class condition. The trl-weekly mall route has been G.; F. Paddlson, who, we regret to learn, call the Attention of the People of Indian River toimy Stock of

, New sails\\ ; head-room In cabin. established between Eau Gallle and Is quite sick In bed. We trust he will Staple Ac ITtMioy Groceries t, Fr\
trifle Fort Pierce. have a speedy
m Best party or boat of her size on Nathan and Intermediate recovery.
points, on the
I, the river. Price, :9223.00.! () Apply to Banana river Capt. Nesbitt having been And Food ProductsOf
; E. C. It. Tyiulall, Waveland,' or Capt. awarded the All Kinds. Also My Stock of
contract for four
of this
collector for Palm
years Deputy customs Cottage Kockledge.
I Peter be Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where*!she from July 1st next, for $1,300 per an part of the state was in town Monday. Grain Hay -Bran Cotton Seed Mei
S may num. He will run the steamer Spartan, Boarding 1.50 per day. Special rates ,
i leaving Eau Gallle Mondays, Wednes- Sheriff Bowman paid us a pleasant by the week or montrt. Excellent cuisine. Ground Food and Wheat.I .
: For Sale. days and Fridays, returning the same visit the first of the week. F. WEIEBMANN. am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above

days. This service will prove quite a The weather has been very changeablefor Goods. I buy close and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and
rr f j The Sloop Yacht Flora S.Vft.; long boon to Banana river people, as the the last few days, but we have not your patronage. Very truly
L + J4-ft. beam, 2-ft. draught. In first-class steamer will not only carry the mails yet felt anything of the predicted cold Send Your OrdersTo :IEJ. L. :IOX1..AJD1
( condition, and lined but one year. Cabin but ample provision will be made for the wave.
.aocuutmodatlonit! for S, with room for- carrying of freight and passengers.. This Lcisley & Renaker, Titusville, when
contract Includes the of the We are very sorry to chronicle the you need anything In the liquor line.
I ward fur 2. also water closet. Is fully carrying
:found a.nd. furnished, except bedding. Tropic mall dally.Instructor. death of our assistant postmaster, Mr. LUMBER !
!. full MinnlHnlon to sail with six hours Davis who died very suddenly Monday I
' afternoon of heart failure. Deceased
.otice. Owner having/ regained his of HOUSE BOAT ROCHESTER
:Agriculture. was In the office the same morning. lie
? health, has no further use for bor.s ,
leaves a married daughter In New Or- . .
Inquire of James Prllchard, or Capt.roteI' the And House Building Mat rl
leans. Belonging to Masonic order,
I XeUon, Tltimvlllo, Fla., where Several parties throughout the state
the Masons here took charge of the
be of them entire to us-
yacht: can seen -many
f have written the ADVOCATE respectingthe funeral. lie was burled Tuesday afternoon Sash Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement NailsRllildPN1
1' I ad. we are running for the governor, a large number being there to pay ,

fine Selir. Yacht for Sale. of the Bahamas and asking us to inter, their last respects. Hardware In fact, a complete stock of everything fejl

''i est ourselves 'In trying to obtain for them An unique bill of fare was tenderedat In building house- Estimates furniehed
li Scliooni-r, Cl feet over all, 14ft. beam, the appointment of Instructor of Agri the Fort Pierce hotel by Mr. C. H.
3a Inch draught with Hailing\ ballast; culture. Beyond the fact that Sir Wm. Hall of New York to his friend, "Little Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake It

c two state.-roans; main cabin, 12x14, and Ilaynes-Smltli personally authorized us Johnle Doogan" (Mr. John Dunn), of For Charter by the k Month.
ft. Sin. head-room; patent W. C.; separate to insert the advt., we have nothing further the same state. the occasion being to Accommodation Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.
ii room for crew and galloy.; Fines I to do with the matter. We would commemorate his IOth birthday The The equal to a hotel. Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Game and Jensen
Rochester Is fitted with
comfortable 'yacht for Indian 'advise all to write direct to a motor and
cruising; on applicants dining hall was tastefully decorated with
{ {I JKiver, Lake Worth or Biscayne Hay. Capt. J. D. McLachlan, Nassau, N. P., Hags flowers and semi-tropical ever sail, and la very safe and steady. She Is G. F. PADDISON,

I Will sell cheap for cash. stating full particulars of their qualifications greens. After dinner Mr. Dunn gave a 61-ft. long, by 15-ft. wide; dining room EAU OALLIE FLORID
12x14 Can accommodate
;(. h I Further particulars by writing to for the office. few of his comic songs accompanied at Rates reasonable. ten persons.
C. H. \V., the piano by Mrs. Frank Tyler. Amongthe very Further particulars
, on application toCAPT.
1 ;, ADVOCATE! office, prominent guests were Messrs. M. B.
' Air. II. )[. Flakier In Nassau.Ills A. BENNETT,
Titusville Fla. and T. F. Martin, of New Jersey, and a
Eau Oallle Flo.JEUJELE .
I ; host of others. Speeches were made by ,
. Excellency Sir W. F. Haynes- II. Hall and John Dunn
Ic..l'1tlou Mews. C. rn e /
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((1. returned p
Smith K. C. M. to-day from r s I
r Palm Beach on the steamer Northum
k To Roselawn Ostrich Farm, Courte-
berland. Ills Excellency was accompanied -There will be a union mass temperance ,
1t'i -may, Indian !River Fla. by Lady Haynea-Smith, Miss meeting at the M. E. church, Titus S S. '

} m''I' MOBXIMO : ilaynes-Smlth and Captain McLachlan.A. ville, next Sabbath evening. There will Si
f p'' Leave Roekledge .. . 0:00: a. m. D. C. We understand that the governor be short addresses by the pastors and The Indian River' at thlll'
Keturnlng from Courtenay .11OO:() and party spent the time In Florida others present and good singing. Let i i > <' adapted to Pineapples'lJfi'fhttTtlr.e Frulu.l.and la plnti situated; "Plendld at Ankona Sating fu.e,eto north The of land I the ton c'M*.

t .Arriving back at Rockledge 11:1)0: n. most enjoyably.Mr. everybody come and make the first union JACKSONVILLE FLA Herman unsurpassed." Grove.For The particwan J.. 8t A.,5s aIIIre.s I, R "the'y runs through the property'making.sllll'l.lng I
!: : II. M. Flagler with his friends, meeting a grand success.
Leave Rockledgegaxoox'. 300: p. m. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ashley also came ARTHUR D. PERKINS New Haven
r d + Returning from Courtenay. f R.OO to-day on the Northumberland from
p Arriving back at Roekledge. fIOO: Palm Beach and are staying at Govern-

( Fare: there and return, Including sight ment House as guests of His Excellency Grand View Hotel ,ED: F: :n: S'rILI
I e Totttrifthes, 75o.: | by the naphtha launch the governor and Lady lIaynell- mlth.
1 Path Under. We hope that during Mr. Flagler's visit, ...
CAPT. J. KiKft: IAN. brief as it may be, he may make such Ooooci, Floric9.s: : .,
j observations HJI will Induce him to devote --. --

his: valuable attention to Nassau in the DEALER INWood ........
near future. We extend to Mr. Flagler TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.
To Taxpayer of Titusville. hearty welcome to our city.-Nassau : and Met
Guardian, Mar. 11th. "
The tax books of the Town of Tltus-
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? Mlle are open) for the payment of taxes Married RE-OPENED UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT Coffins and Cask
tit The assessments. hate been made, and
everything I Is In readiness for the collection -

of the same. On Thursday night, at the reslilenCO/ As an "All-the-year-round" House. ( .
L. T. COOI>KY, of Mr. Sanders, Indlanola, Miss F. San:! Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department ii

Collector. ders to Mr. E. C. Johnson,one Cocoa's Mrs. L. H Decker will have charge of the Housekeepingand del' the management of an experienced' Funeral Director and Embalmer, ustomost ;
well-known storekeepers. Among thoseat Improved methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive pr

Notice to Tax-1'ayers.. Viva the Hill wedding and were Daisy noticed Johnson the Misses, and Cuisine, baying closed her house for that purpose ttontlon- EDWARD Cocoa STILING, Indian ,River, Fu

Messrs. L. Cherry and O. L. Johnson.

The time for payment of taxes has The happy pair started Monday after The office will be in charge of the Lessee, :=:
t } been>> extended to the first day of May, noon, on honeymoon trip to Atlanta.
and from this date (March 13)) the tax The Kev. E. V. llluckman tied the nup- jr. <&. BAST, Protect Yourselves from Fir
books will be open by the tax collectorat tial knot. They have the best wishes' of I
his efllce 1 at Sharpuf, Fla., up to the the ADVOCATE for a long happy and' of Hotel 4u Nil, Sarno.

m first of May. E. W. IIALL. prosperous life. I -
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: Tax Collector Brevard Co. -

,, Sharpe, Fla., March 13, 1t9t1.I Roofing Of all KindS, Steel, Iron, Metal Shingle.
-Mrs. Geo. W. Morton of Canaveral THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
I was a pleasant visitor to town Tuesday. I Ready Rock, etc.; Steel Brick and Corrugated Iron Siding; Corrugated
: Stamped Steel
I Only One Year Old and In -Don't forget the union temperance Made for Soil 3-inch Tread. Paper, etc.
Sandy Having *
\i meeting at the M. E. church on Sunday THE KANSAS CITY METAL ROOFING A
evening next. If you are not especially ,
I, Interested come and get Interested. JEROME TWICHELL
415 MlVW Street t
Mrs.'S. E. Barbour of ,
) Patterson N.
J., who owns a nice winter home at Eau President A General Manager. KAHSAS CITY,
A Yarning to Strolling Partiesof
j Oallle, planted some seeds of a fine
grape fruit twelve months ago and they Young People.
,are now aot only from six: to seven inches
:A h, bat same of them are to blossom :eOa'I: : : E.: MMS: rr.
WhO can beat this record on the East Editor Advocate' : : ,

tCout' I will\ this time give a kindly warning Dealer Ini
to those young people who so willfully -

The Hanson Gra &,'Iadlan Hirer pulled up and destroyed my turnip ana
tramped down my onions and beans In
Mr. llowell Titus garden. When I came -
J. & Ingraham, bind commissioner of home 1\few days ago after. an absence of a' wSaddle.

the Florida But: Coast Railway, received five day, and went down to my gardento

Oclftl 'oeUoe from Washington Satur get some vegetable for my family I FOR SALE: BT -
day, that the title to ) .
lands found my turnip half destroyed, my

/ known M the Hanson or Miles grant, onions trampled down my lettuce pulled EDWARD STILING...,-... .. ..-............ :Q -2.
embracing some 6,900 acres of land at up and A few small beet palled up and '
toe movtk of -the St.'Loci :River have thrown down and my beans stampedover.
ften finally decided la favor of the Sew. leant help but feel hart with * The Lumber Hardwire and Paint Dealer. .

I .n>, .,. the St. Jkugnsttae corresponbnt those who are,guilty,' and', I know the to all mall Brld1-. Whip; e&e. a&teotlot
of Citisen. This land Is a part of aU name of some of the party. It seem COCOA. Indian River. FLORIDA. solicited. order- Repairing of Uarnees and Onus our' SpecialtyT Prompt! Your p.



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