Indian River advocate

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Indian River advocate
Place of Publication:
Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Graham & Walton
Creation Date:
March 27, 1896
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Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
newspaper ( marcgt )
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United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
28.591111 x -80.82


Dates or Sequential Designation:
Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).

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:12. No. t7. TITUSVILLE, FLA.., FRIDAY MARCH 97, 1896. Price, 5c. ;

-"April Fool Day" will' \ be on hand Keiul This Column Carefully. -We are still giving tobacco sued! free -Ton now subscribers to the Al>voATR -Tho road bett eon ))"ytonl11111, Or-
next Wednesday, so ;do not be fooled. to those who Intend going Into the, cuturo this week Is not a bad record for loud will soon bo U1IL1"le.II\I1d put In flue

-Capt. J. :McLean, well known on 23T- Advertisements on this (first) of tobacco. Call and! get some.Mr. these dull times. ondltion. Nothing like good loads.We : .

Indian River, spent; from Saturday until page continued are ten cents from per week line to per week week unless, and and Mrs. K.; B. Wagor! spent -Do not be surprised If you liear of have lentil several complaints ) I

yesterday In D.iytonaand other places.Mrs. ; ire otherwise oidered. Reading notices! ou from Saturday last until Monday) at some good news for Titusvlllo and! lEock- from taxpayers who' have had their taxes

-: .las. T. Sanders shortly expect any page but the first, arc five cents per Vest Palm Boach.T lodge this coming summer. 'alsod' instead of lowered, dlll'inIhl'IIO/

to leave West Palm Buach for Savannah line each insertion -Mr. F. A. Wnrnnr, superintendent of -We have now two !good nll-tho-yoar- hl\l'll) times,

and Urbana, O. the advertising department' Florida round hotels open) In 'l'ltllllvllllmllln -:Mr. C. C. Clillllngwoith, of the firmof i

-Mr. E. L. Brady returned homo on fun EAOLK CLOTHING: STOUK in the ylllzoti, gave us short call Tuesday.Mr. River hotel mail, Grand! View hotel. f Kolilitns. Gmham+ .t: Chllllngworth, l l11'ost

drat. P-u Tuesday: from a trip to West Palm ADVOCATK brick building:; Tit usvillo, J.\. Hitppersette will give a -Mrs. J. II. Srrovcn and family, of Palm Bear, huts Leon In town a

new'l 7 38 Bench and Miami.: rare thu loading clothiers on tho East; oinpllinentaiy d.iiK'u to his friends, at this plaoo/ have been visiting/ Mr, and couple of days or HO thin week. ;

r -Mr.\ S. P. Geiger left here, Monday, Joint of It'lurld.'atch. their ads on ho Indian River hotel, Monday; April Seo. Sauls: ] Ht OstiMMl, this wl'ek.lh' -Now IK your! time to take n crulso.'he .
for' Rockledge Molbomne and other this and other pages, and do not fall 6th. two Ono yachts "I 15. C. I.," In eom-' '
: J.1'. UndiMhilllio \has been i
lowh-rlver points, In the Interests of his to give them a trial. -Mr. J. Middloby] jr., wife and Mis. looking- after 1 Ills at l latlrprlao ml1l1lll1r l (''apt.) SlmtiiiKon; nod, Yankee
building and loan biisinens.Mr. Dooley, aio a pleasant: party stopping returned orange grove ])i>i>ill," dipt.' ioo. Cook, arofor chin"tort
Printing ODlco VHKN: you want a purr article of Rye; with the popular: Copt until Mrs II.8harl''II to town yesterday.The \ Titusvlllo..

The ADVOCATE -: and Mrs..T. F. Hathaway of Whiskey, Gin! Rum, Wine or anythingin nt Shaipes.Capt. I steamer Santa I.IWIII" pommnnd( =
l hotel
'I'hlCll'Rn View Tit 1111'
Fla. < II KV i
Tltusville, .inerville, Mass., have hewn enjoying: a the drink line, send your mush to Walter of Stuart of Capt. S. A. Itravo, will hereafter run { ;
KUrlilng, looks elounor and neuter: than wo haveIvor
rip along the East and Gulf coasts this .J. D. CUAIIII, Cocoa, It'I\, lotweeii Miami and Fort Lauderdalo.Dr. S r
week. was pleasant.' cullor at this ollico on soon It under any other. ndmlnlstra-

Tuesday.[ The captain has had Ills boat W. rrnhiim, left here for MIamI lien This U duo to ill r..1. Il. 1)aat) nod ;
LOCAL NEWS, -Mr. E. M Crime, a friend of Mr. MONEY.\ We want money'to loan ou first ip on Nelson's WII undergoing n i on Tuesday., lie will probably ro Ill l's. L R. Docker, the now inanagorM.
J. A. Happeisette, manager of the Indian real estate moitgages.' Ten percentfree thorough ovoihaul. .
turn on Wednesday or Thursday nuxt.Messrs.
| of General Interest -:Mr.\ and, Mrs.\ P. J. Novlnsnnd! family .
id Topics River ]hotel, U stopping' in town;: of all expenses to lender. Gaulden
having rived here the end of last week. & :Sanders; Titusvlllo and West Palm -Mitts Gertrude lloscbrook, that very C. F. Sulxmnn and J. It. : will leave Meiiltt. for Now York ttiuly
Beach Florida. affable and obliging young lady who 2owon, who are taking a trip on tho i next month, and will not return until
.piety. and, General Gossip In connectionLake -Mr. Geo. D. Forsythe, of Rochester, superintends the curio depaitmont nt loop Yacht Emma from St. Aiigusllno :Vovomber. 'I'III'Y will Ill) flu omlt missed

,Ith IIIMCI'yne tray, Worth Indian, N. Y., after upending scveial weeks with Hotel Ormond informs im nho will soon to ItlHoiiyno Bay, ai"lived\ safely in Tltus- from Moultts\ Ishlllllhu'llIlC( the next six
|:..nanit. 'and Halifax. ,, Rivera K .y Went his Mends, Mr. and Mrs. John Carey, at DKKHH Goons samples may be had by' return to her homo In Mai no.Mr. vllle Wednesday morning I on their way lonths. It !
Lml nil other Important Points along the Eau Gallic, left for homo on :Saturdaylast. ; writing to one of the largest stores! on south, having been two wcuks making
\ Jas. T. Sanders of West Palm Tim Plata hotel at Rockdgo
popular -
Address t
the East Coast.
E.itxt Coast. .,f Florida.. Brief mention 01ilt"ruMthg hotrlpfioni the Ancient! City to this
Event from Various Part J. W. EHTKS, Beach, was In town a short while on 1<< will remain opoii under tho mangeiiunit -
|If About People You. Know -We are pleased to note that our St. Augustine, Fla. Friday afternoon last. James has been >laco. of S. ]li. Puck until April 15.I'lshlng '

tl World; Uon't Know- Picket) Rockledge respondent is again sending quite ill with the measles, but we are -\lIKMlJennett: sister (o Mr. J. Guyan on the Indian I River is now at I
nil. 1'eople You staff. the AnvocATE some Interesting pleased to learn he Is now much better, lennett, of New York, who linn been its best, and tlio orange! groves uro all In
lip I by Our Society Etlltoraiid large Items from that picturesque) and favored JULIUS KLINE: : has just received a fine pending some weeks' at the New Itock- iloom.
Lf scattered along the -Miss Hiintlngton, of Hartford, Conr.,
Correspondent line of straw hats, of the latest styles,
Cunt Coast. of Florida. spot. and will sell them at prices to suit the hall been on a visit to Bishop and l Ml'V '',. ledge hotel, RockU-dgo: has proved her- Captains J.eo Vogel and Chits A.
Usher the
-Mr. D. B. Matheson, late propletor times. ]Do not tail to give him a callif \ C. Gray, at Orlando, this week Rev elf the champion among Spencer) Kovel'II\1Wllt\ Inspectors of hulls
she 2011
of the Indian River hotel, informs us needing In the above J, T. Huntlngton to, returned from Ills- adles. Yesterday; caught/ a and bolloiH, were In '1'itasvilloVldncs- i
;,'/- If you receive a sample copy of that he will spend the summer in Day goods. anything ensue Bay, Wednesday. channel bass-tho largest' : captured this day, making/ Inspection of the Indian ; '
of rendersequalled
L ADVOCATE, It is an intimation that tona. Mr.\ Matheson Is now captain of oason. Have any our lady Liver Stoambont company's stoamois, I z
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McCarthy
T would give us pleasure to add your the Halifax IUlles.MajorGeneral. such catch ? St. Augustine and Nt Sohastlnn.Mr. .
prominent residents of Portland, Me.,
June to our fast-increasing list of sub- -What delightful weather we are -Over 100 extra copies of tho AnvnCATK <-
F. Bulwer of and friends of Mrs. McLollan\ and Mis.
Henry ,
and J\l\ 1'8. C H. Plumb of Stock-
three ,
fiibcrs. It does not cost Indian River. thin week to the IIOIIIOH of
you now having on t
Ints per week (postage included. ) when the British Army, accompanied by Mrs. M. P. Robbins of this place, have been sojourning several go of the guests who were at Hotel bridge' ), Muss.\ u f tor npiniillng) tho winter i u ,
Itulwer and attendants arrived at Palm at Hotel Ormond for sevcrnl
-Dr. Dodson still remains at West
left for homo
lit liocklodgo to-day.
toIm ,
Iken by the year, and It can be sent imond the first of the week. About
of the United States or Beach Inn, from Nassau, on Monday Palm Beach to attend to work. weeks past Their many Indian River friends 'will
in lato at
any part l 30 also go to guests Hot-kludge
They will make a tour of the East Coast. '-Mr. and Mrs B. W. Currier of Kindly woluomo them hero next (
(tnada without extra expense. -Tho decorations at Hotel Ormondthe and Palm Beach hotels. Snvoral of these again
In advance. -Mrs. O. S. Harwood, Miss Harwoodand first of the week was a pleasing sight Lynn, Mass., accompanied by their' tourists expect to build l on tho 1 ICuxt Coast winter.
$1.50 per annum, Mr. G. Fred Harwood, of Newton, to northern visitors. Bright/ little daughter, are again at Hotel and wo wish to draw their attention to
$1.00 six months, whore have circleof -S,'rvlu\( will 1m hold Mass.\ who have been enjoying a trip Ormond, they large the ad of our lumber mCI'chlLut-luo, F.
church uud
countries. tin Thursday, Friday Satur-
$2.01)( per an. to foreign -Mayor Goo. B. Swift, of Chicago, friends. Mr. Cunlor own an orange
the week two
state or
through spent 'addlson 8th
-on page 2nd 3rd and 4th at
day mornings, April ,
at Hotel Ormond ere leaving for Rich- still remains at his beautiful winter grove a short distance north of the hotel,
: JOB PRINTING at this office. mond, Va. home on Lake Worth, where he Is entertaining which Is now being put In good shape -The band gave a short opon-nlr concert 10:30: o'clock; and on Thursday at 7M::iO( p.
a large party of friends. last Monday; evening from 5 to fi'M\:: m. There will also tio services-both
-Mr. Wm. Treutlcr, of Eau Gallie,, -The union temperance mooting at o'clock and on Tuesday; night played at morning and ev"nlnlC-fl11 Raster Sunday. ,
CF GIVE THE "ADVOCATE" ANVT. was'In town Monday\ He came up at -Miss Grace Holbrook, of New York the M. E. church, addrusaod\ by Revs the Grand, View hotel, at, the Invitation April) 5th, with celebration of the HolyCOIIIlIunlolllt

It is a Good Advertising Me- the instigation of Judge Jones and Col. who has been stopping; Hotel Ormond Goodell and Geiger, was a decided success of the lessee, Mr.\ J. (L Bast. A bountl- \ the morning service,

um for: those' who want to increase Gaulden, who gave him a written "powerof for the past. five or six weeks, Is quite being largely attended. The speakers ful repast was laid out In the dining
liolr business. to look after the popular.R. were listened to with marked attention -On Thursday and Friday! next there y
attorney" propertyof room for the members of tho band, to
the late Mr. Chas. T. Verbeke.Mr. and interest. It In probable that will bo i publto eXl\mfnl\tlon-both oral
D. Hammond and Ella S. which full justice was done. During tho
similar meetings vJlll bo held from time and written-at the Titusvlllo Public
I -You can always find some interest- Michael F. Dwyer owner of hotel Plummer were united In marriage by to time. Intermissions between tho band suite.tiona school, to. which nil aro cordially In-
fcjy reading matter.on our inside pages. Indian River, Rocklodgo, left for his Rev. T. Griffith, pastor of St. Matthew's Mr. Bast's praphophono was ustoned vltnd. Thursday and, Friday mornings 1
church In La Villa -Capt. R. P. Paddlson, who has been with much those
home In New York on Monday.: Mr. yesterday morning.Mr. to pleasure I by will lio devoted exuluslvoly to the 4th
C. Knott of the Flagler Hammond reside attending to his son's lumber business ,
-Supt. B. has the winter at Rock and Mrs. will at assembled
Dwyer spent itli and Hh grades while Friday evening -
at Eau Gallic during the latter's: nick ,
otels went to Palm Beach on :Monday Titusville.-Jacksonville Citizen.Mr. .
ledge, and expects to return to thai ness, returned to town on Saturday lost, -Mr. and Mrs. C.V.. Blakoslee and, will bo devoted to the kindorgnrtenexercises.

-Dr. Edward Angell, of Rochester, place next January.Miss and Mrs. R. R. McCormick\ after and repol'telll\h'. George as being much laughter, of New Haven, Conn., after On Monday evening, April

I. Y. has been spending several days at Clementine G. Roes, of Pitts- visiting Nassau, left for New York and better. Wo trust that: by this time he U spending several weeks nt Rockloilgi, 11th! there will ba im vntortalnment by

krmond.Mr. .. burg, Pa., may be numbered among the Philadelphia, where Mr. McCormick wax In his usual good health, and tibia to attend passed through hero Monday on their tho school children in ,the Opera house.
and affable ladies unexpectedly called upon bustnens. lIr.1lcC'OI'mick to business. Tho dipt, loft again way home, having had a delightful, time
Geo. K. Knight, who has chargef bright: witty young Arvlidoncon' B. F. Drown! will hold
hall a fine place at Cocoanut it the above noted tourist resort.. Mr,
at Hotel Ormond. She Is for Eau Gallic to-day 1111 his daughter:
the Casino, Ormond, is quite an ac- stopping a (II vino service, with Holy Communion. ,
Grove. tlakesloe and friend wore In TltuHvllle
lulsttlon to the above popular hostelry. very vivacious young lady, who seems to Miss Annie, has now taken sick ou business the::ILtlll'lny: preceding tholroave. ) it St. Maiks church Cocoa( on /Sundaynext

j Hereafter, no reading notice advt. have lots of friends. -Mr. J. Wesley Bowen, of Philadelphia Wo ocknowlodgo n pleasant call (('..1m Sunday), the 21'tli: lust., at

rill be published In this paper for less -Miss Haynes-Smlth the charming who has been stopping; at lUxktedge lug. from Mr.\ Blakesloo, who, by-tho-way, Is 0:00: a. m. and T'M p. m. ; and. at Rork- )
liaa twenty-five cents per week daughter of Sir William Haynes-Smlth, for several weeks, left for :St. Augustine cruise on Indian River, in their fine an ardent admirer of thu ADVOCATE. edge at !IIU:: p m. On Sunday evening

governor of the Bahamas, has been visit and other points this week, en launch, White Wings, have returned The above party expect to nome to In- ho discourse will Ito on till harmony
-Mr. E. W. Amsden very kindly sup- Ing those well known'' and prominent route home, where he expects to arrivein liome. Tho engines will bo taken out dean River I again next wlntur.Mr. betweon holy scripture nnd ancient history -
lied the guests of Hotel Ormond with society people] -Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Ash- about ten days. of their launch and shipped north to Mr.\ ( l There will .also bo services. on

lowers, free, on Saturday evening last. ley, at Palm Beach, this week. -Hotel Ormond and Hotel Coquina Cooley, for use in his other launch on \ L. It. Docker, who has been, In Monday and. Tuesday: next, the SiOth and

-Mr. C. W. Brownrigg, of Orlando, -Mrs. W. K. Booth of Atlanta after have been doing good tourist business the lakes, and the Wlilto Wings will be Canada during the past seven months, rnurueil :list liiHt., at Cocoa and Rockledgo re.
hauled out Nelson's until nest to Titusvlllo on Tuxsdiiy. Ho poctlvcly, at 7:30:! m.
on p.
fas In town Monday en route to Palm of weeks of late. On Saturday the Coquina could ways
couple or so
spending a very;
each. He expected to make a trip to pleasantly with her niece, Mrs. E. L. not accommodate all the guests, and had winter.Mrs. says that In till pint of Cnnadit whom h<-

I1ssau and back. Brady, expects to leave for home on to transfer them to cottages. Selser:; & Geo. )t. Pullman and Mrs.\ O. there the summer It wait very hot, and HlfC Catch of Fish nt Ilocklcdfro

-Gov. Mitchell has made the followIng Monday next. Mrs. Booth and Mrs Vining are popular hotel managers, and II. Stone of Chicago), spent two weeks were plenty of gnats, mindlUcs, .
their wives are a great help to them. at Hotel Ormond, though they only etc.> which nimlo It iniploiisant for him. -
visited Rock-
Miss Kato at
appointment : Vernon II. Harris,, Brady Eyer intended spending a couple of days. Front Ills personal experience( lie saidhe 1 A party' of guostn started from' the
If Mlcco to be for the ledge yesterday.Mr. -Mr. and Mr. W. II. McFarland are
notary public This must be very gratifying to 1\1\ etlllrs. would rather spend tho suirininr' on 'la/a hotel, a few day ago, on a flatting
Itate-at-large. and Mrs. John Stanley, of New In town again, having spent several Anderson &; l'rlce, the proprietors, especially Indian Klver. Mr. Decker said his tripon excursion, and rotiirneil with U: !llsli
who have been after their months at Biscayne Bay' Mr. McFar- a Clyde steamer from New York to the Ion at IHUJlbs. In
-Mr.\ L. H. Bingham/ ,the chancellor York, looking/ as Mrs. Pullman has engaged a hat tipped son )
\\t the exchequer at Hotel Ormond,,has pineapple plantation at Jensen, and also land says he will remain In 'rl tll II vllle suite of rooms for next winter. 1\11'11. larksonvlllo, wall a very plimsant IIIIIt-- the party were Col. J. .Douglas/ ., lIon.
about week at ,the Pain next winter, for, from personal experience nobody on board having beun sun-sick (leo of Ix uUvllle.Kv. .
pen kept quite busy of late looking spending a' Stone Is a well known leader of society A. Kuhn, Major Wolf >
rfter the finances.Mr. Beach Inn, stopped over in Titusville he has found the hunting and Hulling in CLlcu gMt o. In the least. : F. fI'. 'Taylor and S. H. Peck! of

from Tuesday until Wednesday, en far better on Indian River and surrounding and Mrs.\ J. H. Brnchmann of -Mr. J. G. Dennett and his popular Itiock l (ljCo.Ve understand the above
made ,
He the -
\ trip
Richardson country.
Joseph general pas- law-.
route home. We acknowledge a pleasant well known and prominent criminal
and N. sister Miss M. K:. llnniictt who liavu
and \ Mrs
eager of the Florida East Coast Ry., call. from Biscayne Bay to Titusville In a Norwood, O., Mr. A. Mr. Kohn, made the largnst oatch: of
at flockIndge for "ev..r,1weeks
ras elected chairman of the executive canoe. Sackett, of Cincinnati, 0., after been stopping
ommittee of the American Associationf -1\Ir.\ and Mrs.\ John B. Russell and a few days at Palm Beach Inn, arrive will shortly leave for Palm (llcucli. Ish on thU trip.

General Passenger Agents, at Rich- their bright and charming daughter, Miss -Mr. John J. Jacob indian after 1very IH.Hotel Coquina, Ormond, on 81 unlay Then to KnturjirUf, to) take the trip up
known enjoyable cruise down River afar there to :S,. the St. Jolnm river to Piilatkn. They
(fond, Va. on the 17th Inst. Florence, are a trio of well society from they went Augustine ;
people of Hartford, Conn., now as Jupiter, and then on to Lake and other places en route liomo. Theyare will also visit Ocal.i and other places, as 0,11I0 Into Liquidation.

-Mr. H. M. Flagler reports his week's guests of Hotel Ormond. Miss Russell's Worth, returned to Titusvllle the first a very pleasant party, and It gave us well! an make a trip| up the OkUwitliu.
Fislt to the Governor of Nassau as having Una- and ladylike characteristics are of the week. From here he will go to pleasure to add their names to tho Auvo- :it.: Augustine and Jacksonville will alai The State Bank of Eau Gallla has gone

been a very delightful one. Anotherotel making for her numerous friends. The the Gulf Coast for A time. Mr. Jacob is CATS subscription lUt.Mr. hll visited on the way home to New into liquidation: and will discontinue

on that Island would be a bigger above party spent last winter on the a prominent and well known citizen of York, which will be reached: by way of business for the prosmit. In conseliteiice -
Inducement than ever for people to East Coast, and the summer at the New Wheeling, West Va., and during. his stay \ O. F. Duron, of the. well-known, this the Clyde steamer Comanche of this decision, no deposit will
|ravel over his railway. Mount\ Pleasant House White Mount\ on Indian River has made quite a circleof grocery; firm of Duren Feaster of lio received after April 1st. Our readers
friends. place, left for Miami on l\l"nl1:11: last, -Mr*. R. E. Garvln, a prominent so
-Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Stickney, of ains. They arrived at Hotel Ormoud on where he will start In: the green grocery ciety'leader of Englewood{l N. .1., who are particularly requested to note that
the 15th February, and expect to visit the followers of Sir all depositors will be paid In full, but
Sew Y.ork, are among the prominent -One greatest business. Although Ills many friend has i been spending a week or so at Ki' ok-
loclety people now stopping; hotel! Palm Beach ere returning home. Isaac Walton now stopping at Hotel here are surly to lose him, they and tin edge, left, yesterday, for thu1'l\mpllllny they must present their claim not later

[rmond. Mr. Stickney is the owner of -Mr. Daniel Ryan, a prominent con- Ormond Is Mr. C. M.\ Mrrrlck\ 6f New ADVOCATE wlllh him .nil success In that lintel, accompanied by her lovely am! than tile 1th: of April.
I hat fine hotel In the White Mountains, tractor and politician of Brooklyn, N. Y. Brighton, Pa. He arrived at the above new section of the state; and, an }II'. bilKhtd.tiiKhturaml From Ttimpn The tate Bank of Knu: Gallla has more

flown as the New Mount Pleasant, accompanied by his wife, was at Hote, hotel with his family In January, and Duren has ordered tho pink paper to they will go to Ormoml St. Angustlnu, than; ample fund to meet all claims
'Lich was run so successfully] t su inner Ormond from Saturday until Monday baa made some fine catches of Huh since follow him to the Biscayne Hay country, Jacksonville, l'hIIRclellhllallli Witslington find It will Ira closed for the present only.It .

by Messrs. Anderson &; Price, the Mr. W. II. Peters, a well known Brook that time. Among his recent catches he will be able rut keep track of their on their way home. Airs( GurvlnIIIM may start again next! foil, or when
veil known managers of Hotel Ormond. lynl te, was also in the party. They have "were six channel bans, weighing from doings and know what other Interesting been enjoying the fihlng at Rock- iriule on Indian, River ha Improved the
been spending two or three months with 0 lbs, to 91Ibll.; and there were several, happenings occur on the East: Coast from ledge very much, among her many fish present dullness of business not warranting

-The funeral of Julia, the little Mr.\ P. J. Nevlns, at Merritt, where they; others o ver 41b Mr.\ Merrick was again Jacksonville to Key West. catches being channel bans, which tip- ;, the proprietors In keeping the
laughter of Mr. and Mrs. II.-T. Titus, Informed us they had had a delightfultime fishing on the bridge Monday morning, pest the .scales, at l.llbs.: The above party link\ open this summer.
which died in Jacksonville on Thursday and boating. The and managed to secure some fine trout. -Mr. Julia D. futile, of Fort Dallas, are a very jolly trio.
hunting fishing
I,wt, took Las also bluefish who owns considerable. land at Miami
place at 0:30:: Friday morning spoke in high terms ofMr. He caught many flounders -
whole very
Est from party was met: by an AHVOUATK representative J$H.J
the residence of Mr*. O. II. J.nmmen. NevlDH, and said tourist* missed i a and bass.
In East Jacksonville.] The Monday. She wan on her way home -
good deal by not paying a visit to Hotel $(1.00
'ervices conducted Rev. R. -E. after paying a visit to Gainesville. wh..reshe nt
were by Merritt. Mr. and Mrs a For an English Clay Worsted
Riverside, 23 Per Cent Discount -
rubb, rector of St. Andrew's church. placed Charles H. Thompson boyfriend the Store.
Eagle Clothing
:; Mr. Peters a Jolly
There were number of the Ryan and are quite -In the East: Florida Seminary For an all-wool) C'btvot snit, at the
quite a and left for Hotel Alcazar, St. On all clothing at the Eagle Clothing
friends of Mr. and Mrs. Titus present. party We understand Mr*. Tuttle also paid a Eagle Clothing Store.
,the Moral offerings were very handsome Augustine on Monday.Peters That duck Ormond-and- Store. Remember all good are marked visit to Augusta, Gs. Her lots will soon Where to Get the "Advocate.
Hie Interment In The egg episode of Mr. on In plain! figures. be placed on the market, notice of which -

'created parents wu have the Evergreen.sympathy of Beach; should] be subscribed Inquired for into.the Both ADVOCATE will be made In the ADVOCATE: at no Orange Wine for Bale, Titusvllle, Dr. J. II. Screven,

heir many friend In their sad loss. these gentleman Itemember distant date. Those in want of Miami Mrs. Emma Eaton.
while at Ormond. lot should watch the ADV ------ Mrs. Tuttle ten-gallon keg and barrels; also In ',,0- .
WM looking
Anthony Bros carry a full line of closely. Palm Beach, Royal ,
Slilpman-Engine For Sale Mule Wanted. jewelry, musical merchandise and optl- well and happy, and we were pleased to dozen pint and ona-doxen quart cases Palm Beach Inn,
Price. tJ.OO $ .23 and a-J.AO: In deml-
meet her : : Hotel Ormond.
cal goods at West Palm Boach. again. Ormond, -
With small oral not Johns $l.75: In kegs' 1.60ln barrels;
boiler, burning coal oil; two- A medium-sized or ; ,
.',Ors. power angina. Can be lean with over ten years of age and sound. Please Fine Watches,. $"i per two dozeD plots{ 94 one dozen The IHDIAX RIVKB ABTOCATK will be .
r'Pt J. E. Herbert, Daytona: price $75. state price. When writing. address A ItjcTSTOX* foetTBATOA for sale, cheap. quarts, In cases. on sale mt: the above nawsageaU' stands

apply to, H. J. Tirri-x, THOU. DAMME, UKKRT Bassos, : Clocks and Jewelry repaired by Anthony Address, ?aos. DArrenix: every Friday or Saturday morning,. price ,

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SOCIETIES ETC. things we never sold aa falseboodgl! For! WHAT, MR.. FLAGLER_ IS W Akrw-Severat trustworthy>> gentle*
Instance we said,that 'among the delegates men or ladles to travel In Florid. tur
established, reliable honse. Salary$780 \ -
unseated >tr. Garland from
Free and was AND NASSAU. and expenses. Steady position. En-

Dade, his place being filled by a oolored close reference and self-addressed,

man from that couaty Who had called stamped envelope. The Dominion
Accepted Masons The following clipping from the Nassau -
together a few colored men at West Company, third floor, Omaha BuildIng ly ,
Guardian WAS crowded out of the Chicago, 111.Genuine.
Palm Beach and had himself elected to
last issue of the ADVOCATE :
I fill Mr. Garland's petition; and that the
"The new Nassau-Palm Beach line
Indian /; ATttuev111e\
/ convention as constituted proceeded
t River Fla has been the means of doing great goodto BargainsIN r 4
i i No. 00Holiln to elect Joseph E. Lee as chairman, although -
Lodge, the Bahamians, in bringing this spotto
i t, hU neat In the convention was / r soN f
the front winter Hundreds
as a resort. -
I contested, and that he appointed the KEAt ESTATE.No. ,,
the second and fourth Friday
I \ rte meeting: of people have come by way of w
, of enoli" month, at the Cuurt IKMIHB TJtu committee on credentials to pass on his 1
, vine, at soo: p. III.I the steamship Northumberland, and
I B. R. Wilson, Worshipful Master.A. own case and that of the other Egan with every trip of the palatial steamer 1. Twelve acres t>f hammock + CyghpGir

'f. Feaster, Senior Warden. delegates whose seats were contested." faces The is land at Sharpen postollicai.; about 300 feet .
some new are seen. trip a
f Goo. W. Scoblo, Junior,Warden.! This was true, and Stlllman does not front on Indian River.and runs back to

Joseph Mendel, Secretary.J. deny it. What be does do is to imputeto magnificent; one, and takes one back to county road; has' upon It a house of six

M. Dixon, treasurer realization of over three centuries ago, rooms, almost new; cost of house 1,600;

U. F. Hall, Senior: Deacon. us' a statement to the effect that_Gar- when the great, Spaniard, Ponce de Leon,. bam, stable, outbuildings, etc. Has a
Steward. land was unseated by the committee on Of 600 trees In fine
q A. Cleveland, Senior : first visited the Florida coast in search grove large bearing k
Chas II. Walton, Junior Steward. credentials, a statement we did not condition before the freeze, and will soon
h' of the fountain ot youth, ped skins recover and bear good! crop. Remainderof 1
make, and denounce that as untrue. In *
met him with bow( in hand. They meet land cleared, and is of best quality for
KNKIHTS OF PYTHIAS. further: explanation of the Dade C county! vegetable farm. This property was held
the< tourists now under different clrcumslanceiS -
" t P.eminolotodgeNo.30holds: its. meetings: At ease, I will say that when the convention\ firm at $0,000 one year : will sell to- P'dSAFETY
the Court house, the tint. fmrcThureday.vonInge : as civilization has done won- for ( Cane and 2,200: (
.. of each month,at 8 o'clock p. m. was called together Mr. Garland occupied day $3,800; $1,000
ders. wear their moccasins still, remain This Is a
They on mortgage.
V. B FHITCHABO, J. : the seat assigned to Dade county.I .
C. O. K. of R. A B. but they have lost their fiendish and most desirable place! for a home, good(
was sitting a few rows behind him.. A location, close to postoffice, school,
savage disposition. In fact, they are a COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES
negro named Llghtbourn was ImmedIately church, etc., and In a nice neighborhood. !
INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. of the attractions of Florida which
part The bare land alone is almost worth the
Drill at the Armory, over nounty jail every recognized{ by Mr. Egan, and' made state has In. Itself become the greatest price asked. Finest Cnlslne and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York

fueHday. evening. In the month, at o'clock. the point of order that his seat as delegate The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanche" ;
A.T. FEAHTKU Captain winter resort, not even by
from Dade county was occupied by No. 2. Thirty acre tract, with houseof ">> "
Southern Italy or California. (new) "Algonquin "Iroquois "Cherokee "Semilolt'NorthBound.
eight rooms, artesian well, large pore ,
-- -- --- -------- an intruder. Mr. Garland arose to makean ,
f C1IUIICIIE8.El'ISCOPAL "Scarcely five years ago there was tion cleared, etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat ..
: explanation but was requested by
Eau Gallic. The land
nothing on the southern coast of the Sarno, near
Mr. to to the back of the hall Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide.
r Egan go alone is worth more than price we quote,
I' CHURCH.Jtrvlcon Peninsula State where now stands fine From JACKSONVILLE! FLA., (calling; at Charleston), Sunday, Tuesday and Thumb,,I
as Llghtbourn's name was on the roll f2,250. The owner refused $5 000"year From CHARLESTON, S. C.. Momtoys Wednemlajs, and FmlnJ
,i the let and 3rd Sunday In each made the The palatial hotels that cost a great benefactor ago. He must sell without delay, and For hour of sailing sue !'Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston dally I'aloen;' :'
month, at 11 a. m. and 7:MO: p. in. Sunday school up by secretary. negro millions to erect. Nature has has authorized us to take $2,250; $1,200
ii vary Sunday at:2.30: p. m. Evening prayer at
was given the seat and Mr. Garland SouthBound.Steamers .
((1 I p. m. on Weilne"ilay*. Litany service. every aided him in beautifying the jiew-found cash, balance may remain on mortgage.
+ Friday at 10 a. m. retired. The voto of Dade was cast are appointed to Ball from Tier 29, East River, New York, at 8 p. m., as follow.
7 I RBV. B. F. HBOWN, Rector. paradise, and the change that has taken No.: 3. One hundred and thirtysixand For CHAKLKHTO.V, S.C., ]Monday, Wednesdays and friiUnlFor
throughout, In the Egan convention, by place In only so short a while is wonderful. 85-100 acres of land at New River. JACKSONVILLE,FLA.calling( Charleston. ), Mondays Weilnuadayi and\ ttf\\
Llghtbourn. I understand that the com- Three-quarters of a mile water front.
METHODIST CHURCH.RoKiilor Through a low of tall cocoanuts on
e mittee on credentials finally concludedto Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and
services every flrat third and fourth i Garland half tine asphalt walks the tourist walks 8 of section 13, township 1 50, south of Clyde's St. Johns River Line.DE .
8 incluyn at 11 a. tn. and T.:(IKI p, m. Sunday give Mr. a vote, but as from the great ocean pier to the fine range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the
euhoel every Sunday at 10K: a. in. Kpworth
this after the vote of Dade had
League earn, Sunday at :2:30 p. in, Prayer meetIng was hotels, the Inn and the Royal Poinclana. whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre; ( GARY LINE)
ovary Tliurmlay night at 7.00: in. The been used by the Egan faction for Its i will take $10 in
p. or we per acre forty Fla. and
in Jacksonville Palatka Sanford
t h LaiUm' Aid Society meet every Wednesday : All kinds of tropical flowers reign Enterprise, Intermediate Landingo
acre tracts. We own this land our-
full value the
to convention the
at:3:OO p. m. Everybody welcome at our church pack and their adds the St. Johns River.
ti v ervloe. profusion, fragrance selves, but need money to develop other
honor of half a vote after battle was
q F. M. C. EAD8, Pastor. greatly to the attraction. enterprises, hence offer it at a price The elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamers

.not acueptod. "From the dock of the steamship line which will Insure early sale. Buy' this "City of Jacksonville" and "Fred'k De
Stillman has a shy at Mr. Glass, of laud and double your money. Bary"Leave
L I'REBMYTKRIAN CHURCH. the passenger can take a railroad train, Jucksonvllle, Dally except Saturday at 3:30 p. m. Returning Leave Sanford Dally l
_? I Services every BuM>ath at 11 a. m.and 7.30p.m. Orange, who presented the minority report and In forty-eight hours be landed In No. 4. The north three-fourths of Sunday, 11 a. m., :Enterprise 8:311: a. m. eN!1
T' Sunday school at lIo&/S: / a. in., dun. Gardner, of the committee on credentials-a southeast quarter of section 7, and of
1 Hunt Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Chicago, a city over 1,500 miles north lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, southof SOUTH BOUND BCH.DUI r SBil
, said to have been drawn by |
1 at 7:30.: The iiulillo" are cordially Invited to at report up York the Read down. I ,
west or in New great metrop-
o tend our "rv 00". me, so Mr. Stillman alleges. The committee range 41 east, containing 150 acres. Leave 3,311, p. m. .... .....................Jaeksonvllle............ ............ Arrive 3.:!iii
, II. M. CIOODKLL, Pastor.V olis of the United States, from which This tract has a large frontage on tlie .. S411 p. m. ...................... ......I'alatka................... ......... Leave 9.00p.
on credentials was, appointed- by. be take steamer for London St. Lucie River, two-miles from the rail- II 3:011: a. nr. .. ....... ........... Actor................. ........... '
V Joe Lee after consulting a handed point can a road crossing. Price $15 acre. ..30 a. m. ...... Franc1s........................... !t.r4
BAPTIST CHURCH. paper Liverpool, etc. per II 5.30 a. m. ..,..................... .... .. ..... ....... 12.00 110I
him by Egan. I thought they had made No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32 township II 8,00 a. m. .... ....................h lu.u S rings.. ........................ 11.a0tm
Preaching every second< and fourth Sunday, "These are only a few of the changes Arrive 11.110 a. m. ... ......,.... ...........Banford ...... ...................... :: VooL
'I morning and evening. Prayer Mooting every a mistake when I heard Glass' name that have been made by Henry M. Flag- 87, south range 41 east, containing 77 .. 923 a. Dl............ ................Enterprl.. .......,.... ...... .... V.30u
Wednesday evening at 7:IKI) o'clock. Sunday This tract has of
School' every Sunday at 0:4A a. In. Also iireachInjr read. re-called, however, that Glass has turned sand Into a paradise acres. quarter a Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office 204
He W.
ler. ,
+, first. Sunday.. at LaOran ; Huniluy, mile front on the St. Lucie River at Bay St., Jacksonvlll
: 9 had on the previous day a good
i Oak Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. as the spot where the Palm Beach Inn Stuart Station. Price $35 per acre.

. B. A. Unman, Pastor. deal about the Egan headquarters, wear- now stands was but a bluff on the Atlantic J. A. LESLIE, Snpt. Jno. L.HOWARD Fla.Fr't Agt F.IBONMONOEK,JE.,Fla.TactJt;|
Ing one of the Egan badges, and concluded No. 6. A tract of twenty-one acres, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

that the Idea was to appoint someone beach only six months ago. Here fronting on Biscayne Bay, at Ewanton THEO. G. EoOEit,T. M., A.J COLE General Passenger: Agent M.II CLYDE,A.T.I,
CATHOLIC CHURCH now stands a five-story hotel, surroundedby Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut 5 BOWLING GREEN, NEW YORK.

I Services at 10 a. in. every Sunday// In new from Orange on the committee, and then. beautiful lawns, cocoanut trees, palms Grove. Price $5,000. This price) may WM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,
II Church building, North ". Children's point to it as an evidence of fairness. seem high, but if you will try to buy any' ff Bowling;Green.New York.
catechism at/U p. m. and fragrant gardens. 13: So. Delaware Av.,P1Uadelphk|
!\ Rev J. F, O'BoYLa,Rector Had the committee's report being unanimous land fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good
Poinciana contains
"The Hotel Royal location will
you get your eyes openedas
J as was expected, ruse some 700 rooms, and will accommodate to prices asked in that section. This -- ------- --.--.-.- -- ...- -.-. ._ ,
r would have worked very well; but, unfortunately 1,000 people. From the tower of the tract Is the only desirable parcel we -- -

i the appointing power had have left fronting on Biscayne Bay.
for miles .
NervousPeople beautiful building one can see Southern
"as and The price asked $5,000, will yield ua a
seen through a glass darkly,
Into the famous Everglades, whilst far fair profit, and we are satisfied) that -sR- .

' Mr. Glass presented a minority report. out to sea whltewtngs of huge ships are nothing similar can be had at a much :
find Just the much I do not blame Stlllman for being chagrined -
;:' help they so continually In sight. higher price. This tract will no doubtbe

need, in Hood's Sarsaparilla It fur- I over this affair, but I must disclaim "From the deck of the steamship sold within a few weeks. Railway)

",. nishes the desired strength by purifying all credit in the matter. If Mr: Northumberland two palaces present No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres
> these
Glass did not write the himself close to the depot and post office at Mal-
'4 and report ABSOLUTELY THE
I vitalizing enriching the a charming picture as their domes SHORTEST ROUTE
abar. house with
Large and lower
I am sure I do not know who did. I upper
t blood, and thus builds up tho nerves, loom up over the horizon of the blue veranda, costing $1,600.00. 7 rooms; In

'; 1 tones the stomach and regulates the was as much surprised at the minority waters of the Atlantic. Great ships fair repair, beautiful river' front, lawn, THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS,
, 1 report as Mr. Stillman; for I could not etc. Most all the land Is cleared 100
within stone's throw of the dock ; COMPARTMENT
I whole system. Read this pass a CARS DINING CARS
I Ur1p t : suppose that he and his friends would large seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This ,
"I want to praise Hood's Bareaparllla. put anyone on the committee who would where the Northumberland lands. These will make nice home for anybody. THOROUGHFARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAINS]

I My health run down, and I had the grip are signalled by a whistle on shore, and Good neighborhood. Price only $1200.00.
\ perpetrate such a thing, and I have given QUICK TIME TO ALL
z"i i i After that, my heart and nervous system them credit for sufficient shrewness to at night their lights can be seen gliding\ No. 8. We offer tract known as "As- POINTS NAMED.

were badly affected, BO that could not do past on the heaving water." pinwall," containing/ about 100) acres, In
my own work. Our physician gave me carry out their Intentions. section 14, township 27 south, range 37 NORTH AND' EAST. NORTH AND WEST.

i? : some help, but did not cure. I decided As to the rest of Mr. Stillman's statements Too much pedal in playing the pianoIs east. Beautiful, large front, on penin- .

t to try Hood's Bariaparllla. Boon I could I am willing\ to admit that they sular, at mouth of Banana River. One No. 3Short: N... Ie N... ia

do aU my own housework. I have taken are as accurate as his intimation that I worse than none at all. bf most prominent points and prettiest AU Train Dally. LIDe U.6.rant All Cla'tland 'FlorlNa.1$a1(
i coves on the river. Splendid site for Train Dally .
1 f rav drew up the minority report of' the com- Lincoln: split logs upon occasions. The winter_residences. Very deep water LIJDltod -Mall. -r1..Ltd.IrP-....'

mittee on credentials. statesmen of these times mostly roll close "to shore. The beet; bargain ever .. vU1e P. O. A P.1100 am 6 CO! pm Lv. TOO !

i inured For the rest, I have only to say that them.-Philadelphia Record. offered. Price $3,250.00, or about $17.50 ,. v t'.: D.&r., .. M pmM I J US pm .' Ev.ret' ""m lWIAl1. ......... H_ pDllliU

I the republicans of these counties know per acre. Was held at $10,000 two years 'Qantb I'I1::: ) = 11 SIS 0 pm m Maoon, Southern.. ..... 07 ro :
Atlanta ;
i ago. lotte. nth.rn.... 1040 "" ; 6 t
the delegates; they sent to tho late conventions am am Chattanooga," ...;. 8 41'1 r
t belli. am
j g 4B 810 ..
i II IIj Hood's Pills with Hood's Sarsaparilla, and are, probably, willing to & NOTE-The above descriptions will ay. 11 01 am am,11 28 pm pm Cincinnati Q. A Ol. . T '.L. e.SI. ..
(i I and they have done me much good. I pOMAR THOMAS, $- enable customers to locate the several I. yhha, 1 Si pm SCO am ..r, mplii 1i : lb}i pm
to reasonable extent their 1rr k. .,
;, will not be without. them. I have taken 13 rely a on veracity properties very closely by examiningone Pean.B.B. au pm 6110 am lla0sae. Vlt1.N Ill\\) pm _

bottleeolhIood'.Saraaparillaandthrough ; and, as Mr. Stlllman Is a compara- of the J., St. A. & I. R. R'y com- N..1A LT. Jacksonville. Plant 8..7

I ; the blessing of God, It has cured me. tive stranger and may need somewhat of pany's railroad maps, but we will be Tbreneb the "Land .f the Iky." -Dall--,..- Ar.41 Jmiup aiaooa, Southern.. ....... ........... W
Tinners and Plumbers. pleased to send special maps on a large
worked, as hard. ever the past summer an introduction, I have the pleasure to
, scale, on application, to parties who '
i'' and I am thankful to lay I am present him-not as an abused member mean business and intend to buy, if they :. ; ... ; I : !

t well. Hood's Pills .\when taken with pf the committee on credentials, "of can find such a bargain aa they want. .. .............. pm .........
I Hood's Sarita par Ilia help very much." which he had the honor to belong"butIts Galvanized Iron Gutteringand L." h..vUl... ...... ........ y100| PID" .ltrmln.bam. .KCJII..B.8outbeoI'D. ii1If'Pi 816 mAr ..........
BOBBINS & GRAHAM Co. noxvllle ..,........... 15
II ...
; Bt. ....
pm Lem. ..
I ? This and M. MEBSENOBB, Freehold, Penn. the successor of the Hon. Denis Egan, Titusville Fla. .CTnctonati. Q. A (J. .. .. .. ,.. ... .. T U am ......... .... "..klro..... .. ......Lf.. ..-.'.0118.,,''.... 1

many other cures prove that'Hood's as chairman of the state committee Tanks a Specialty. r-....... p. m.,Short.:.10 p.trains m. leave Through Everett Pullman for oronuwlok.deeper, Jacksonville. 0211; 7:25: ... m., 10;:00 a. m. 1:16 p. m.,'*|
of the old guard, which was puton to Ctnclnnati via I

the retired list at the town of Tal- 13r: Estimates given on work, and The sock back coat Is already with us For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway|

lahassee. In Introducing Mr. Stlllman\ Correspondence Solicited. endeavoring to oust the ripple back fitted System, cr its connections.

I but remark his fitness variety of the past seasons. W. A. TUBE VT.
cannot peculiar POMAR & THOMAS H. GREEN, J. M. GULP, S. H. HARDWICL
Goa PaM.
for the position to which he has succeeded -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine, Agent GeD. Superintendent Tr&Jlo Manager Qun.P.ea. AIIf.,

Sarsaparilla -a fitness which Is best Titusville, Florida. No. one, $3; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 WamWngton, D. a Wamhlarten! D. a Wshingt0u D. o. AtlantanW
Illustrat-I Titusville, Fla. D. ALLEN I
Is the One True Blood Purifier.AH druggists, f 1. ed by an anecdote of the > ,

Prepared only by C. I. Hood&Co.,Lowell Mass." the Jesuits from Germany. In a top -- J'lOat.aJ KU:: ;! Went 1WoNtDlf Bay r Street: Agent JACKSONVILLE
:,, FLA.
February 93.1. HHWI.
act easily, promptly and room of one of their retreats, after they '

.Jdil.1'. Hood Pills effectively. 2 J cents. had boon expelled, the police discovereda A Boon to Florida t -----
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cartoon representing a church. In ------------------------ -

THAT 11I3PUULICAX, 8QUAII1)LK. front of it stood Ulsmark, holding In his G WE

hand a rope which was tied to the steepleof .-.! _! ,
t\ .. 1...
the church. Beside him stood the Water Works (for Your Homes DELIVERA .

Evil One, and at the foot of the picturewas ,
31 r. Kobblns Replies>> to Mr.

""i ( Stillman. asked written Blsmaik this what dh\1ogl1o-Sat'm be was doing, had and Etc., under your own Control Piano or Or a aAT

j Editor Advocate received the reply that be was pulling\

1 1 Dear SirMy: attention has been down the church : "Well, friend BIs- to approval YOUR after NEAREST a trial In RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit, subJev

called to a letter from John E. Stillman mark," said Satan, "I have been trying i YOU FURBISH THE WATER; WE DO thoroughly satisfied. Our your prices own are low No money required until yob I a a
published\ your last Issue; and, while I to do that for the last 1,800 years. and if our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase any and house In for the IDlltrDment.United State

I am unwilling to get Into a newspaper you succeed you can have my place" THE REST. The Celebrated CONOVER. pay an

controversy over matters which will Mr. Egan/ otter trying to pull down The'Renowned FISCHER. 1,
t the Republican party In Florida for the The PIANOS.
r come up determination at St. Louis, last twenty years, has boon obliged to Used with open and driven wells, Beautiful SCHUBERT I

his denunciation of the report published yield that office to Brother Stillman. springs and lakes. \ few minutes workat And KINCSBURY.

by the delegates from this county and GBOROR M. RODBI 8. Vocation, AeIIon' Farrand & Votey COTTAGE*
'Dade an air pump delivers the water allover ORCANS CHICAGO
to their constituents, who. ,sent

1 them to represent them at the recent Wake up your liver but be sure you your house with pressure. No cost Braes and small Instruments, Music and Books. *

Republican conventions;makes It necessary take Simmons Liver Regulator to do It to operate. No windmill or overhead money Write n,; we will\ lIavo

'with it will do It time and do It .
that should the every ,
we answer portionsof tank: Simple and durable. : The .A.
so well that you will feel wonderfully Onmpbcll
Mr. Stlllman's attack where he attempts refreshed: and strengthened. It is Simmons Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHCR'S Co.,

if! to be In any way spectfic. Liver Regulator that does It. Water Work \JACKSONVILLE .
ADVOCATK, or toBearing SystusvDearlnr : FLORIDAScud
The method adopted by Mr. Stillman There is only only one Simmons Liver Per elt1la' DnI..uc .

i ,, is the old one of misquoting and perverting Regulator, and yeah know II by the Parslow Co. _h.I.IJI!' ----
Red Z on tile package. Take nothing; .. .
the meaning of what we said in ourreport r' Pinlow Ii eo.:, ,. "
else and. be to all the
you'11 sure get .
!: and then denpunclngthose good health proml e i '.T?AX'P. A.-/FL.A.'. '_. H.>AN.....LOW.. _...., "j''Ta. the ADVOCATE your Job Print*


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M. BoBBimWALTBB Cards.: 8. GRAHAM. Florida Tie .Florida Medical I"dlcltlIOClatiolt-Association.will Florida East Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West f

meet In Sanford on Tuesday April 7
T-LA W and the Aswwlntlon of Florida Railway
Surgeons( will meet at the same place JaCK son v file. St. Augustine and Indian River Railway Coast Hotels '
BK lIotTRIt-From 12 a. m.
and 2 to 4 p10mto ApI'1l6. As nearly all the physician ofO"loI'lda e Tim Table III Effect *>... lath, 1111111. ,

Brevard Co. Florida. } belong to one or the other of ':
rusviLLK, ,
LX, 108. e these association there will be a large South Bound. North Bound. (,

practice In all the courts*tat and fed meeting of AI. D.'s. ... ,No. :Nt.. :0... I N.o. Ib I ::0.u. J:
BTATION8. 2L 31. 3 IT WATI11S. I N I'11\ T8. Ni.32 o .ill i
Bill fiioilitle' tor examining and. perfect- Dr. C. B. Sweeting of Key West, Is I.v.Tnekeonvill., ::7.' ifla 19s,-i 91x111 N4R p Lv 1'1511i5ul Inn IU 2lIa,, T TMi; IIIArSt. : :::: '. : -

nl tide*. president of the Florid Medical association Anguetiue 910 a 11 01. a 31up 745 II I.v lteval l'oinelna III) :M1)" T'6 a Dn. ., . ; I
Lv lit All t''''''''''' 1116" 1110 a . Lv W \"Im I.'h III 4111i,' 116 5 III'. .. '*'1'(1 PIR rr /,
iLLEK & KENNARD, \ and Dr. S. G. Worley, of St. Augustine 1.v H..tlllltS.. .?.... .. .....It.... a .. I.v ltlvlera. T' 'III"I. . \
is president of the Association Lv Eaet I..tka.. 1000 a 12113 P .. .... ... .. Lv w..u titer... 761 a III . .
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ARCHITECTS. of Railway Surgeons. Arl'alatl. ,,,, ,,,. 1.2I1al'l-ilal I-; "... Lv Ahola8 .... .... 8 LT am. .. ....
Lv J'alatka_ ._.. .... __ : ::':'::':':': Lvt\tu..n\ :......... 11.:1: a m. ... .. .
will have Several clinics have been arranged for Ar"' 1I1"teo.... ll1'1): ....... .1.v.J..n..n....... .. 81\4' n. "
Lt Coast business prompt at the Lv San Mateo .. 830 a 1161'1., i ..... .. Lv Rena ... .. .. .. II1 1a\ 1)iLv w r J
tlon. railway hospital at Sanford, by Oriii i < ::;::::: 11'11 a ::: : I.v Sort 1.I..n.t.... : 11141, a. 11\ ... S emO 5' S li

Dr. Frank II. Caldwell chairman of the Lv \ .. .... 1120: a 142: I' ... .. I.v Ht I.IIule . 11:11I: a ... ..... d
)Ire, '. FLOUIDA.OK I.v'c".t"ranlle.. . .. 16:1p: ... .. .. ... Lvttttl..t..m.. .... . II):'iT a .. .. ....
committee on arrangements and reduced Inv New Nm\T'..... II 44 a 210 P ...... I.v 1I1..II>..IIrn....... 1 1"1' 1130" ...... .... .
fares and railroad rates have been LrUnklull l. ,. .. .. .. \\11111. ...... .1.vH..rll.. .. . ..11:11I. pi....... ... i
secured Lv .ltnAvllle...... 1:134: p 1111 P .. .. I.v Eau Oatlle. ... I Mi' .II -1:1: 5 ...... .
S. JONES, for members of the asHooUtlon. Lv'ltyl.olnt.. ..... ., 8 lit) I' ..?... . LV It'HJklmlj/tl/; htis 2: Cp! Ilw: II .. ... ....... t
Lv"oa...... .... ...... 311II1' ....... .. .,Lv PL'u1 ...... .... . 1:144: I' ... ....... .
I.v 1I."kh"llt: hue 120 4121. ... .. .. Lv ('It)' l'c.lllt .... .2: M12: p in.... .... .... r f ? +neu j'
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Pure blood, U the safeguard of health. Lv Eau: (faille./ .... IMp p .11I P .. .. .1.\J'fll.nuillo.. .. 3UII' I/'ll': III.... ...... .. 114,1 y .
Keep your bluod pure licit and full of Lv Sitrno ..... ..... ... .. "MI' ........ ..I.vtl..klllll.. .. . .. I I t s it In.. .. ....... ..tL'nlnlln
SVILIE, BREVARD CO., FLA Lv Iolhullrne. .... 2 (I'll) 601 I' .. .,.,..... .. I.v New Snlv'nm.' .. 4ltl I" 215: II .. .
vitality by taking Hood's Sarsapurllln\ ..1.v "h"Mthm...,.. .. .. IIUI' ,..... ..... .1vl'urLU..nlte. '. .. 241; .p .. .. "
Judge of Brevard and you will\ not need to fear the attacks I LvSrLeldo. .. .. 6311' ... .... .... 2.1 :2113pul.: ... J,
IItnty County. of dillmlle. I.v Fort 1.leroe.... ...... 0":11.: .. .... Lv Daytona..4. ::1<11. 803 I' 11I.V. \ ..... .. .
Edon: .. .... ..... TIlI': .... ... .. Lv : : Mq, 430 p mInvJoneen. .I.1. .. .. .. II
.... .. .. .... .... Tli I' .. ... .. .... : ; : 10111'T- 011 1))11' : ;::: -
IGAULDKN!: J. T. SANDERS, 1.vlltll"rt ... ... ....... Tl611: .. .... .". .... Lvl'\anI..m.\ ... 3111'.3101'' ''' .. : : ::.
Hood's Tills cure liver ills, constipation l.vAII"I:. . . . . T31II' .. .... .... .. ; Hotel Florida
.. .
.. .. .... 11 4M-- ... _
A 1'tI1k '' Bay Tampa
r '
Hick .. .
|Xut.iry.VULUEX headache .
jaundice: biliousness I.vllllleolllul.! .' .. .. linn .... .. .,, ... .. ,
& SANDEUS, 2Jo.Tolllu.'l'O; loY W. Jupiter ...... ... 81:1: p pi .. "I' ... .... LvP0latka _620.__!!, 41x1 I',Ill. __:
Lv lilvlern. . .. ...... 8"11' .. .... ..v'ifaxtluge.. .. .. 44,9 p 11\1 ... Winter r l
I.vV I'alm. Roach. 61101' RMI'r. t. AIIII"Mtine.:1011'\ : ,' M1:9) p of .. .. . The Seminole Hotel, Park, Pin.] ,
ATTOBNEYS-AT-LAW, l.vJt.....I..u'lIo.lIa' 610)1) 111"1'' ., .... . .I.\.I'It.' Angu.tlno 1IlIIl'm 11..1IlIIa: .
Seed to be (ipso AwayWo .. .... '
Art'hll 11"0"111111 616 It'l( Arhu"kenavillu eNl I' III' IlIIIoL 1:1': I.
I] 'practice In all the Court* <>f the .State I' I-! .:.:.:.:. '. ? 'The Inn Port all the
irlila, and the United 8tate.ull..ta.; 'rrldna81nad3TbetweenjarxeellVlll" IIIIII: 8t. TrllillM 11118.111. 1H botwoeu !\t. A"ICIIMtI..O ..,ulAII"IIMtllm Tampa, open year.
l>Hnx,2M.: TlTUSVILLb,;, FLA. .llIlIv. .1U'k..mvillo dully.Plains .
to Lwtn. 18OWET.J. still have on hand some tobacco 23: and 86 dally except Sunday. 'I'ralnr; :. 3" and a dally.except Sunday.Tnihl .
Money seed to give away to any of our sub at. ..olllh of 8t. August... oI..lIy except 'l'rRIII 714. south ul" Nt. Augu.tlin", dully. except
spi-iliors who will\ call at the ADVOCATE Si.ndny. RllnlIIlY.
TrILl;. 31 con..l"t of rllJ1ml\n 1'1\1111'0 ('lire'. 'intro 311 o""MIMtM..f 1'lIlIlIum 19din,4, Carr Billy.
j TITUS, ollico, or send a stampotl-addicsHd envelope 'fnh.2NAR. : !>\\IT I.l\U'flJn.: butweclI JnckTrain H. oU"J 1.IMIrai', between 11Ihueonvllio : The florida Central & peninsular Railroad
to pay postage upon same. It Is and i ulnt UOI.h. U".h and At. All tllMIIIIII.

ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. of finest quality Vuelta Abajo and 4
Sumatra seed. State which kind of seed PALM hEACH AND FOUT L..UnEltIIAI.E. A. &': W. IHIAN'ILNo.
*'tlce In State and Federal courtH. Landa you require. Short Lino liot\vo Florida and all :Northern Points. m
Hpoclalty. Attorney for Jloanl of 1 STATIONS No' II XOU'fn lIOUNU.
We also, have pamphlets on tobacco .
-710wLvrain, n..a..h-I\II.; . ..... .Ar amp: -
Ity CoininlMlonen and county Solicitor. Only 13S Miles between Snvnnnnh and Jackmmvlllo.
culture to give to caller at this STATIONS. Nn2 NONo
away any 7185 ? Royal' 'ollll'lalll\. ... .. .I.v 92611: _
| Box 84. TITUSVILLK FLA. office T2IIa. Wextl'almlteachn" 6161' F NewSmvrua-- -- 1130: '\\1,114.1' ::-.;' .
will 1N)la.. Lantana ...... .... .. .,. .. : AUOI' l.ake Hol..n1)4,,_,: I1np .... Everett, Savannah, Augusta Ca.; Columbia, Washington, Bal.
Applicants please state acreage to 714a .. H,'..olnxo. '. .. .... ...... 1111II1' Or..ntte.It,. I ( I
be planted in tobacco so that we may Tlllla.{ Linton.. .. ... .......... .. .: :: 11441) O.ltY""IIO; .11I",111"1'( :: :::: timore, Philadelphia, New York Boston and the East.
freeman Hall Silas II. \VI'htht.ttorlleyatI.Rw" know how much sued to send them. 10 a. )I..a Ratone. .. ........ .. ... IIlIn I)
DeLand, Fla 810a.. IUIlMhoro. . . ........... 112. ., SOr'rlllIIIIND Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, NatthvllU, Louisville, Cincinnati .'
f 837a l.r..II".IMo . .. .... .. .. M1l0p anti Chicago. If
|ALL & WRIGHT, 8 .llaAr..ort Lmderdalu" S a. .p STATIONS. No 8 No.l No. No e
Kvorett Holly Springs Memphis Little Hock KIIIIHIIH, City St I
Birmingham, ,
Spirit of the Times. ry-iow Puiyrnn ItC'a/ 1111a .. ....
INSURANCE AGENTS l.eke 1I0ion 19 3511 II" . ... ... .... Louis, Chicago, :Sioux City. I
Iv range ('It)' 12Ngi11711.( .. ........ Hlver .InncHon PeIlHlt..n(01.1\: \ (', Now Drlenns'l'oxns, Mexico, California\:
litusville, Florida. Mr. Yes I've had a Ar U. ('It)' .hlll". 1:1: /mill'. 1I111a.. ... ..... .
Murphy- sonny, nail the 1'uclllo\ Coast KHVftltO Feb 1T1, 1H1MI,

presenting the "Old Hartford" fruit stand in this block for thirty years. Trains' 2.1: ,and 74, Manmut Llnilteil, make no stops exfteptlni. tliono. Indicated. by ilino fl tnn'A. I Now. York IJinlte.l' N... 89, lame Ht. Aiiltim-

Vpool & London & Globe, and all the Tim Ryan-If you'd have advertised TI see Time Table .hOWA| the three. at which train. may be exported 1 to arrive mid ilnpart. from : tine UAO:\ a. in.) l.twvcn Jitckmiiivlllu lli: >0
companies. ArA tojte the sod rvl BttUlnnfl, lint their urrlval or departure the tlnieH Htated not Kllnr III."I, nor dues in., dully. with, Through I'ullniiin Hlenpeni fur
iiiiR prepared you might have owned the block by this the Co ..n toy hold Itself reHponnlble for any delay or coy oonHeiiienriw| nrlHlnit lh".r..rm.J. New J: ,,,..,lt, "Hiivnnuiih. roliuiiliht, WiwIitiiKtim, ill
lines up to $20OUO:! In any part of time,-Boston Globe. K. A IIOTT. itiniAiinnoN, Routew/ .. ", PhlliiiUilililn| New York hue lon and .all
|yard county. ie-lreMldent. Ueii'l i*..wHtiiiter Al"pnt. .. polnu. Arrlve4Juoksonvtlletltg' : )I.II..
(: Augustine 7:4.1: p. in. f
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.. -- New York Mail Anti KxprtiM No. 3H, leave
CAYNE BAY, DADE: COUNTY. Sale of the Indian River Steamboat TOOITVOUVTV eknnvlllu' II In: a. in. dilly <(nninieetlon< leave,
Ht. AiiKUKtlne f... in.) for ainn iKirtlieril point
W. EWAN; Co's. Boats, Etc. The Trunk Line. rYrimmllim, llriiimwlvk and liurloii. .
U. S. COMMISSIONER. Tropical VJTXAsheville :

Only I.lno Through lit*. Heanllfiil lllllCountry
Notary Public State at Large. On another page! will be found a legal of Middle Florida.'ola. anl

ands Selected made. advertisement calling for the sale of the eainbln: Ility lav.. .luekminvllla U4A: a. m.
; Conveyances Indian River Steamboat Co's. steamers, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway 'Q 1- lor lakulll.v, Live hik. Alndlmm. Montliiello" ,
respondence solicited. Address: '1'.UllhIlAM'o.'llIvttr .IUllot\lIlI.\ Penitm-nla. Mohlie.
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, fixtures, furniture, etc., on the tlrsi "''' "Ittxh'u. all-
Office, Evvan's Landing. Monday in April. Also a parcel of land JOSEPH H. DURIOSE: Hecoiver.Dally. frninntndtlmtl'adnu, Unjust. I'wrrlBH: Hluepur, .,
at Eau Gallie and the rights of wharf- Arrive Jacksonville, 711(1\( a. ,m.

and interests in wharves on Indian SOUTyl -N- Jlt'l'ii---: -
age { << ;: ;
EORGE W. ALLEN, River, by lease or agreement.! No. INn, 126Na21: NaYI: TIme Table Effect Jan n. 'Ibis N0. 39, _Nn'7N.-r--. J.2-1. Hot Springs Iliorne" ,rlug,15,515: Ininimvllle a Cetlur

..... .e.a1O6Da'800, "II ::10.. Iv........JA.KI'IONVU.LIC., ......Ar. 8 m a hi" 8 lillI' in83Mp Key Wlldwasl' Liwnhilrtf, 1'lI\'arll., Apillka. ,
.. ... .. ..... .. SMs ". .. ..lIr..nlCe Pant. ... .. .. .... T2ilam ::111I41))11\ . .. ,, and Knoxville Orlando. iiiiMwIiee, lliui City, Plant City,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, To Cigar 11 aaufacturers.Capt. ... ... .. lI"ilp' I/CMI" .... . .I'uIIrl" .,.. ... TVHalll ::1311'11I .. ., 'r.','lla., Arrive JlWk.ullvllltI: :>lal"". m.
...,.... III'J: a IIIBp 11211a. .. .. .....lIIBllnoll.. .. ..... .. .640alll W13,01ll, 411:11111I:
y West, Florida. .. 1138a10mn: olla.: : ,..Oreon (;ove springs. .... .., Allllalll 21"1))1)' 4MIJlI) MAQNIFICKNT CENEIt'h"lnm.1I anil Florida;;;: halted: r..>:nv. ,tnokmiilvlllu .
Jas. Pritchard of this place, Informs ..... ... << 911"1\) ... ,,1I"twh'k. .... 111I1alll 14I'm, .. T :IHI in. )kmdVe.tlhulsTraiw'rlme
..... ... 12211& U13li1) IIIIIa.: .,.. .... ...I."I"tka.... ..., .... ... SM)aI" I21iim: 410liUl little ilA/I'/ hours to (rinuinnatl via Miiprin
Vlll practice In the United States the ADVOCATE that he will give .. ... .. IItI4l' 104n. .. .. ... .......Sntemnu. ... 4/\Clam/ 22Mipin...,.. .... TIIKOUO1I SLEEPERS a Atlanta over CliattminoKa.: (''''''..Olft.. fur Manhvllln.Ixiil .
I State Courts. the use of a two-story building, :30x50(), .. .. ..... .. 1121p 11015 ? .. 1'omoun.. .. . . '.. "oIIlalll 1l4TIm': .".' .vlllo, Clili'aKo and all tiolnU, north and
OjunD5 free for one year to anyone who will .. .. ,... . .. 1141a II ilia ..... ,.l'r""entCltyJluactlon. ,. .... 42:1alll: 1:1311"11I.: ... .'.... ( went. Arrive Jauk.onvllle 8:30: a. III.
.. ,.... tl2 P lltI4a 11 8.'m.' .......... w/\a 1)i 12191)111: 31Upm Jacksonville to Clnclnn!,& .
start a cigar factory in Tituaville.. This ........ ........ 124na: Ump: .... ... ) 1I4TRm... Hnllir Springs Itont flt. Ixiulii, Kaniia City.
TIN ALL is an opportunity that should not be los ........ 1449e: 1:11:1.: : ... ... ......... ..Sovllie..4... \ D1 1I41&m Leave Jacksonville 0:50 p. m. ('! '''_ '.'. Leave JaukMinvillu 7m: p. ni. via
sight of by cigar makers in Florida. .... "I50p 1205127I': .... ....... 011 a l1Mlam) ?240pin MWMIII. ?, Atlanta Illrinliinlmlli, Ilully SprlnRi.' ;
".... 20/1/ P .. ., \.1:14111.: Arl .... .. DeLand ... ...... .. ...... 11 iiiaine'J20pm( Memphis, HprlnKfleld, Kansas City. 8t. I....pulu' Clilniir", Bleu ('It,. Through "Hlneiier without!
........ Ian ", .. ... ,.. : ?N { Ar. .. .. 1I4Tam 2Mpm olmnne" KMIKHK City and St. Lull/., and unly olio olmiie| to Chluaico; and Sioux t'lty. Arrive
.. ,..... t2211..p ., ,. .... tl2ll11: ......... .....Euterprlll. .............. tS3llam YJmpin4l Jacksonville 8::30 a. in.i4O .
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE.U What the Nassau Paper says. ...... p.. .. .. 2421..Oleteen.. ......... .. ..... 80.1.11I 140"11I ( P. M.-1-oonl for Tallahane anil Intenimdlul point Arrive Jacksonville a:43: : p. in.
.. ,.. ... Stop ....... aNgi. .,... .... ..MIm. ... ... .. ......... .., .,... 8411.10 UNipm845p. : SiS6Y.5frgorTanpaandintermediate I'nllniansleepers. Arrl..J.k.un.Il1.II.30..1D.:
........ .. 8411.. 1IllIpm: : For Macron Atlanta twn Train Daily Leave Jacksonville 11:1): a. in. and 7llHI |>, III.
GALLIE, FLORIDA. We might mention In connection with ..... ... t 8:10: P ....... t8 Soil .. tlimpmta23p. : Pullman sleeper on all Night Train. a
........ : .. ? .. 85311. ) 114IAIII
the visit of Mr. II. M.. Flagler to our city ........ 3111 P... ..1..... a Mp Ar..TITUSPILLR..6. (S 5 m II 13ahl Ir Bend for Reel Indexed Township Map of Florida to
....... 411 lip .,. m 1I0Iam
7 W. CRAVEN, that he was present yesterday afternoonat ......., t 4110 2IIp .. tlOlOa/ m N. S. PENNINGTON, A. O. MAcDONELT.

a luncheon given by the Hon. J. II. ........ : : : IMp III General .
a ........ 8111 : 011' .........AI\8monte Spring....,. I 118 a m 1018 a m 10111' m Traffic Manager. Pa enger Ag't.C .
--'DENTIST, Young and Mrs. Young at Fort! Char ..... ... 3211 p..4. \ 2tlp .... ..........WInter ."rk. .,......... Iwlam IOOM15m 12Mpm: ._
........ 3M : 301' ..... ..., .......Orlando.... .. ,. ... 12/111alll/ IIMam 1240pm: ------- --- ---. -- -- ._ -.------- ----_ --
TrrusviLLB, FLORIDA. lotte, His Excellency Sir W. F. Haynes- ........ ..03 : O1p ....". .......KJ81Immee. ,....... .. .. UMam: 025am UIRpm .
C Smith, Lady Haynes-Smlth and Miss ........ .1 < flOp Ar..llannw. ............L.. Iuopma74fama9N1niuo :a: .A. S. :IB: LC, tMt dz 0 0 .
Bee ........ 40 Nip Ar..Punts Orda..Lv.. . ".. .. 7 a meelTp ,
east side Hutchinson avenue, nearIndian Uaynes-Smith being also among the ..... ... 100 a"" Oop Ar..........'a.. .... ..... .Lv 830am" Imam f0I05me
..?.... :32 p 1:10: a 82111' ..........T&m Bay Hotel. ,, .. 8111pm IJllllpmlOooam DKALKIIS II* -
River Hotel. guests on the occasion. Mr. Flagler and ..... .. ... sass 8 1101' Ar. ..... ... ton Tampa.... ,....t... "f30 p m 8101610. .. .
the other Americans In the ........ Mon and Theirs S iv. .:"..... .Port Tam .... .... .Ar .. ... .... m'irC.and 5nn. :J7'IjDe.' "vcTiza.o: : IIJ!!! a.n.a. Liquors:
companywere ..... ... Tuna .t: Friday 8 OrplAr.. ........ ...Ke.W8ttt...... ... .1.v 1130pm Wed. andl9at.Wet ,
F. H. HOUGHTON, specially interested In the curious ... ... and Sat. II .. .. .. ... .Havana. ".. L.'IlIIIII'hi: We.I..n"fI4at.
Jt. 30tt at 1 W. Hay lit..
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construction of the old fortification -
a t Daily except Sunday.
and the underground apartments, JACKSONVILLE, ', FLA.
DENTIST. Train leaving Jacksonville dally at '::80 5. m., arrive* at Hawthorne at lll: lalnenvllle
which were inspected, as well as being( 12:35.: Ocala I :XK>. L el>urK 3 :M: Hrooknvllle tl:(Nl' p. ).. Rye and Bourbon Whlnklei from $1.7
'I4alns :23 and 7H carry through Pullman Buffet Sleeping( car between New York unit Pt Tampa. ,
;lanttc Block, .. Daytona, Fla. favorably impressed with the fine view Train 124: and 12A Through Veetlbiile and I chair care between JackiMinvllle. and Tampa. to llrandlen VdJMi .per from Kallon 81.75 to ':'I.7S per Rallon.fir .
from this elevation of the surrounding Train 21 and IJ'J. through t'ullinan sleeping oar between .....:nnville and Tainpa.
W* nuke. a Specialty of North Carolina .
country and sea immediately front of W. B. COFFIN O. 1>. ACKERLV, Mountain PornWhiskey, three
General BiiiMtrlntendont.. General I'axMjiiKer AJet.t.( yearn old, 82: JO per gallon.
LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, the fort.-Nassau Guardian, Mar. 14th. .linen-I gal., Wut/ :2 gal.> M/
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ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, K"K- (al., Iii 10 gal.,11,281| 1451,1..
JACKSONVILLE Brown eyes are said by occulists to be MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE. '1./111./
AND TAVABKS, FLA. Tartlet living In Dry Town will tin
Will the strongest. well, to order from tin, a* we run nave.
continue to practice In the courts Florida, New York them /50 per cent on all order. WHISKE/
Cromwell's bore his crest
the signet ring
Seventh Judicial Circuit. All flT Alw ynnei .l money with order.
usiness before the United States and a lion rampant. Philadelphia and Boston. We will not open new .ai-ponnt nnlrn.
'ate Circuit Courts will receive the nltalile Jiukmrnvllle: reference I I.. iclveii.o .
irsonal attention of Mr. Alex St The state ring of the pope Is set witha Sailing from llrnniwlek, On., direct to New York. > Uixid Sat C. (I. I). to Dry Town

air-Abrams. large cameo bearing a portrait of
PAHSEMUKIt' aEltVICE.steamer ,
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Christ. train leave Jacksonville, rlTnlun ltoHit| ), "ALL
Do not place books on the piano if i It RAIL" Y> C. 4k ... R. K.. on Tlmmilnr only, tJM: p. m. Arrive
ota B. Stetson University Hmn*_k.'k to 11, in. I'amiDiigar, going at once on beard
,. can be avoided. It tends to deaden the FLORIDA *! BOAT WORKS

DeLand, Florida. tone of the Instrument. Through car without transfer, Jacksonville to Brunwlrk ,


.New York Pier :21 E. R., m, (Standard Tlm0,) Lv. runwlik.: Beach Florida.

For.. both $e1EfItI. College, Normal School Deafness Cannot be CuredBy Friday, Mar. 21. COLORADO .. .../,.., .. ... ,,.,....Friday, April West Palm ,
*l8my. Art School and Conservatory of Friday, April H..... _.....................RIO UR4N!Jill. ... .,.' . .. ,,, ..."rlt...)', A pi II 10
"'? An ln.tltutlon of Unit rank. Faculty KrldayApril ............., ...........(COLOKAIM. ...,. ,,.., ,,,. .? .....r..I.. )', April 17 Cad $
.ehly.tetJ teacher !Seven! elegant building, local application as they cannot Friday, April 17...... .......... .... ......KIOURANHK ... -, ..... .Krl'lay. April 24 ado =--
II cold by water steam bath lighted... by electricity. Hot reach the diseased portion of the ear. I'rlday..prll24..... .......... .... ...... ..OL IUAI* TuorouKhly eaulpped
mnaalnm Department of Physical Culture There i II only one way to cure deafness, For general Information iteinier. train rate, era, apply" to any railroad agent or to i!
lIb MIlitary Drill for men. ./ ] constitutional remedies H. H. RAYMOND 4JC1mlLII'"antilna. "I... ('iIAII. AVIKM.. A Kent. :2JO' W. nay Ht.Jacksonville.: :
young Is
and that
100 volume. leading H. H. RAYMOND, Ueneral Southern Agent, Rnmewek. Reading with all
rlodlcala and dally room and, weekly Deafness Ie! caused by an Inflamed condition C. H. MALLORVUeneral Agent Fler 2n. K River, sad ail! llr.i kwy, N. Y. c

orougbly 'V'PPed chemical nd pnyalca paper of the mucous lining of the Eon ';' .. : r .
bnratorl. Separate ------ -- --
budding for Maid and tachlan Tube. When this tube get Inflamed -, -
n School, with artists of Mtahlifherf repnta"J' t. ..: .It ::
'In charge Second term open. December you have a rumbling sound or .. .... .- <;> 'd .
'itlon'" Send for catalogue givingull Infer- Imperfect hearing and when it I* entirely YAN :: =s
to closed deafness I Ie the result and M I
JOHN F, FORBES President. unless the Inflammation betaken out an7I ::--

and this tube restored to IU normal condition :;j :r .CI en ixlee c=

bearing will be destroyed forever;' t' 4.dod =
Have ,
you seen it f Seen what ? Why =
he' Walton Dine case out of ten are caused by catarrh ''' -&
m Rapid Calkin Machine. If which Is nothing but an Inflamed ft_ QCl 41)V ;ao '
own a sail or row boat, don't fall to "'
condition of the mucous surfaces. .. :I I
/ave one on hand. It fa i labor =
a great QW
W. will give one hundred dollars for CII.: .
"er, and U patented In the United -as" :; --
caused catarrh
deafness by
of ( )
ease .
wtes; Great' Britain, Canada, etc. A.e any that cannot be eared by Hall's Catarrh = I .... / 0: tI.....
of the .cI: tJlN i
state rights will be sold at a Cure Send for circulars, free.F. .. WNI >> '

eaHonabla> TI&u'llle..J'la.figure. Apply to J. O. Waln J. CHI TET A Co., Toledo, O.tySold Et ,% '''''..,rd.wa t1r.e I 11see.a ...,.M... :i '. C

by all druggist, 75e.WAST Hill y Cp, maeas mwtqaa .
pLwM _.SN Y and at the lowest ......... tIC..... _: Boats hauled out Repaired
trustworthy gentle :-Several trustworthy gentleman Prompt attention given to orders.
men or ladle to tn.ella Florida for travel In Florid for figures.
or ladle to a... all kinds of boats.
etabliah,reliable honae., Salary<780 established. reliable house. Salary *780 O, :Estimate'' given on

and, ezpeuee. Steady po.ltI.a.: En- and. expense. 8t-*y position. JCn- = ........ iA
dDle. reference and .elf- ddre.a d '.... Mlf-liddreMed. J '
elM reference = .i : WOLVERINE ENGINE ,for the But Coast of Florida. '
Umpod .
envelope The Dominion stamped envelop The Dominion\ a. J= A8 R;' ,...... ...
Omaha Bulld- third boor Omaha Bnud- -- _
legcnlcigobpl.fllwr, Company fog, Chicago, lit .i3 .A. T. ROSE.:

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-f WDIAH RIVER ADVOCATE 4- roughness of the water, bicycle sprouts grow, forming a bead without : ; HC I Jupiter Weather Ut',
11 riding impolitic, and our tempers a trunk; that these sprouts I .y. : Ort,
r Ta
The ;;;;
{ horribly bad. We remember, in jaaay not split, when bearing' fruit following > Tompamt| '' ,
ment of r
1 our early youth, perpetrating the lateral branches near the base ndnfal1a,
t. or Toe INDIAN RIVER, LAKE very week ending Tuesday, March( .
j1 WORTH AND DIHOAVVK HAY SECTION*. what was euphoniously termed a should be entertwined and inserted ,1F I:
"poem," ,the last verse of whichrun under the bark of the opposite /.), 1SDti,1 -

C ai PUBLISHED BVKHY FRIDAY. somewhat thusly : eprou'ta.. .p ", ,', DATE.18 MAX.78 1111'1'1'1(14( ]\711' t

"The winds of March are pMIIlng col.) Budded trees should be treatedas V 19 8o( 6:1: .;

The sheep are huddled in the fold; they have been in the past, with /' 20 ((10 47 I ti'
The shepherd goes his Hock: to tend, n.r- 21 <1i7 4.J: *
this ,
Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusville exception, that as in the case ",",<( I?0,
With fingers numb and red Dose-end. 22 71 Ot ,
t Indian River, Florida. This before of seedlings the tree 'should be if'J tNl" ,(' 2J:} 73 04 711
J was we were attracted fbrmed at the ground. instead of a ,'; t 24 74 (J4, 70
to the but iO
CIIAS. H. WALTON, ItlItor *" I'rlllrletlir.> sunny south trunk being left several feet In'ht'lgh 1 Total rainfall for the week
with some slight changes the beautiful i : UIlIIt'
t.With. Departure from normal c;
I M KM II Kit I OF ( ?) ditty would apply even to regard to cultivation, Mr. week: plus 0.8rt inches rainfall. DeJlln tar
THE FLORIDA PKESS ASSOCIATION, our sunny ('!iUle. The delightful from normal rainfall since
Moremen has, this", to say"' : "In the JauQln
what kind plus I.o7 inches. !
uncertainty as to
f AFFILIATED WITH TUB event (clean) cultivation da the>
J. W.
'1 ] weather to-morrow will bring forth CuoxaObnrt: : ,
Jfaltonal KilttoriaJ f1VOCiatiOn.ar1R.cripi plan adopted" the soil should at -----
the -
maybe 'pleasing to
nee be stirred to the depth of 1 or '-Hemem el' Knox, tho
inclined but not being gifted ITIS A GRAVE MISTAKE- painter
ten. 5 inches ; by the first of March an tnsvllle, who you need auy fiat{,
/ with the spirit of prophecy, we : work done.
; Twelve months, $1.50 application of fertilizers should be
look forward the end of thin
<> 1.00
, Six
'' Three .//10 tiresome and tantalizing month \made where, sprouts are starting. TO BUY YOUR SPRING DRESS GOODS IF you are suffering from dY8pephll.
Nitrogen should predominate in all
dingle' copy, .5 with pleasure. nervous prostration try Spot't'i'tV'
I' Strictly in advance. applications during the first months Digestive/ Compound. F., S. Chaff..
of the season ; afterwards less nitrogen .Co., Tltusvllle, Fla., have It fota
THE OLIVE. and more potash. The ..application Without first Sending to $1.0U per bottle.

The above rates Include the payment of pout-, should not be in large

1 t during Age. 8tib the crli year.DlHCimtlnuance>tlou. can commence any time Apropos of the article we pub quantities, but in small doses frequently New % Smyrna Lice

'I 1 lished in last week's ADVOCATE, we administered beginning in

of allveM. iinmt bo nuwle pcr- have' received the following concerning February or early in March, Aprilor The Store

II ., 'I '"" eonally at this ofllee or by writing., tree, from the Olea a correspondent Europea or Olive who June.first of Then May, and potaab six weeks should afterin be Surprise --}* Stable, 4.

I f I A tdreti all communications to has experimented with it in Orange applied In August to harden the
4'" wood. After the first C. L. DOHN, Pl'Opl'ietol
r I j" INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE county. This tree flourishes, deep stirring

I ,1 I I TITU8VILLB, FLORIDA. according to II urn bold t, betweenthe surface cultivation should be foJ- St. Florida -
parallels of 36 and 44 Q. Its lowed up until late in summer, in : Augustine, ,
I 1 ; grown in the South of Spain, order to hold grass and weeds in Hacks Meet All Trains,

Check,eto.,may be made payable to CHABHW Italy, Sicily, Syria,North of Africa check so that trees may have first

II. WALTON- ,publlHher.. allli- .proprietor..... Malta and various other countries. chance at the fertilizer applied.In FOR Samples of the many all Passengers parts of and the baggage city, and transform Coma!'

Great cold is injurious to it. The mulched:. groves<<: ,there is a. mass MM Ueaclu Call on me before vinfwii,;
I TilE Confederate Memorial Literary writer planted some 8 years ago, ol decaying weeds leaves, brusn, arrangements.NEW .

society, the object of which which made a splendid growth until etc., furnishing food for the trees.: New and Goods SMYRNA .
I is to preserve Confederate record the freeze of February 8th, 1805) Those who advocate this method -+ Stylish FLORID.t

I tl 1 and relics, is an association which which killed the trees down to the believe the supply of potash is sufficient --

p'' every Confederate Veteran will desire ground, but ,some five or six of but nitrate of soda shouldbe NATIONAL -.-

I 'r1'a ';; to uphold. :Many of our citizens them are recovering themselves in added in small quantities from SHOWN THERE. HomeSeekersREAL
fought for the cause they the same way as our orange trees time to time, say, beginning in

I h loved and the records of those of are doing. They 'are very tenacious February and every six weeks add ESTATE EXCHAI

i"" their comrades who died for that of life and there is a large another portion. From two to
,I will be of interest to four to the tree will be I
lasting pounds
i cause plantation near Messa, of very eccentric It is the
them. As one of the chief objects growth, which was found to enough for the season. Grass and Largest as well as the mostUPTODATE
t Exchanging Property for
I r of the society is to teach future have been started by an army on weeds will be allowed to grow Specialty. Send Propel;

1 generations the principles for the march, having used pieces of throughout the year being mowedat STORE in the. State....... have, and what Description ofI'm 1
''I I.< t which the southern soldier fought olive trees as pegs for picketingthe the close of the summer and in you you want.

4 }1 and bled it will commend itself at cavalry horses. This will show the autumn. The work of adding And an Order Sent or a Request for Samples receives MALAI3AR, Indian River, FLORID

I :l 4l,, i once to all those who took, part in that the olive .tree is remarkably debris: is done at any time to suit C. C. CARROLL, .

j 4y I 1 the struggle. Mrs. F. P. Fleming full of vitality and ,easy of propa convenience. The one thing, to be
i Hid'1, w' of Jacksonville/ is Regent for gation. They are very long-lived remembered is, plant food must be Prompt day received. Real Estate Agent

I 1 Florida. the writer having seen in the Jomalo supplied. The success of either

'r, Islands groves which were probably method in the production of fruit 'VV"an.'teCi.- A ManIn

i t, WITH the sale of the Indian 1,000 years old. depends upon the supply of proper every section at once to soil ltal'|

River Steamboat company's boats, The olive !belongs. to the same plant' food." :T-: V7. E S'I' :' E S !goods to dealers; ; no peddling; experlea<

I which is to take place April 6th, genus as the lilac, privet, etc. The month.unnecessary Salary; best and side line $i3OO( I

i Ifl I another link will be severed between ash l Is the most anomalous genus Prof. Cory's New Work. Proprietor of the Store commission made. Address expenses, witli2ce or lop<'
I the Indian River of yester of the order which has been provedby stamp for sealed particular Clifton

4 day and that of to-day. The extension the fact that the olive and lilac Prof. Charles D. Cory-whose great I and Manufacturing Company, (Uwnatl ;
f fi' of the 'lorltlUt/ Coast will both,live when grafted uponit. work In the interests of the Natural History eST.. AUGUSTINE, FLA. Ohio.

I! railway caused considerable falling The bark of the olive tree has Museum, at Palm Beach, ,was men- -- u.__ _. __ __ _-="'-- _____ _., __
fi i' off in the volume of the business been much used by the French for tioned In our columns a few weeks ago- Grand View Hotel, TltUl vllle. JAMES PBITCHARD, President; W. B. BAKNKTT Vice-President;

1. 1!f of the steamboat company, Cinchona. The expressed\ from has written and published another valuable W. M. BROWN,Cashier.
I' Among,: the recent arrivals at the Grand
t4'' and this being followed by the the rin fruit immArllutol afterpicking Illustrated book,entitled, "Hunting View
-- -- --- ------- --- ---- Hotel were: W. C. Guthrie, St.
I "BnI;11' freeze, necessitated an entire suspension is the most esteemed. and and Fishing In Florida," a copy of which Louis, Mo.; W. A. Perry and D. McDonald INDIAN RIVER STATE BA1Incorpoiated
$ 1 of operations. It was is called virgin oil. When the oil the genial professor was good enough to Barre Vt.; L. K. Decker, Tlssalm
:hoped that the suspension would is obtained by pressure or by heat, send the ADVOCATE proprietor.The Canada. The is well known In
first of this tine work is devoted the Indian River country as an architect ( under the Laws of the of Florida.
} only be temporary, but it seems or after the olives have been col. to an part account of the and- and builder. Besides the many fine State )

this was not to be, and in a few lected into heaps and remained so customs of the Seminole Indians manners; the 'buildings erected this place, he supervised ,.,,,,., Authorized capital, $100,00(*
;, 9 .short days th.. Indian River Steam- until fermentation occurs, it makes latter part being a study of the animal the contttiuctlon of the beautiful ice Paid up capital $25,00,
: :fi .boat company will be a thing of the common olive oil, and varies in snakes and fishes of this state followed( cottages at Sarno for the annexes of

I -4 ,I I I ,the past. We still have the river, quality according to the long or by Prof.a Key to the Water far Birds of Florida. Hotel tracts Du in view Nil. at He Miami has several Biscayne large Bay.con- Average deposits, $SOOOC,
Cory-as as our knowledge
r ,however, and we hope and believe short duration of the fermenta. goos-has spent ten winters in Florida, Among the city guests of the Grand View
' : ,that when times get more prosperous tlun. A third and Inferior quality, his time being mostly spent In exploring wore Judge Minor 8. Jones, also Dr. Transacts a General Bantic 1
I' H and the fruit crop once used in the manufacture soap out-of-the-way places observing the people Craven and the entire membership ofCraven's
is hunting game, reptiles, fish, birds Indian River Band who delighted Business.
more reaches its usual dimensions obtained when the husk of the the management with L
and various kinds of insects,, flies, etc
,8 .a ,line of boats will again be run, olive after the former treatment i is and making collections for scientific some fine selections. A number of
and the old scene of life and boiled) in water. It has many uses poses. This book Is the result of pur-his ladies were callers during the week, and ,Largest and Oldest! t Bank on the MB
:' bustle on the river will be re- in medicines and in soap ; it is "wandeiing \by the way" and is a valu- all admired the furnishing/ and dec-
t ,110wed.I I also when used able addition to theliteratureof Floiida.! orations. Totted palms of numerous varieties ., i ,., DIRECTORS:
1'1\ properly prepared,
i ferns Spanish bayonets orchids
I One of the most interesting/ chapters BABSFTTfFreH:
I, by watchmakers besides being or air plants, trailing vines and J JAs.riurcnARD.W.B. A ( ,1
(to us) In the book is time on the black potted 11 f the National Hank of JnrkKonvlllrtJIXntKEK .
I I I eaten as n fruit, and the finest oils bear containing extracts from ProfessorCory's lowers adorn every available point In -, (Vlce-Pre.ldent XatiUllal/
TIIE announcement of the lion. Uckrtonville n'Ili
tho spacious hallways, ), W. 8.
much used in bear hunt reading room,
r' J. E. Alexander tire cooking or eaten diary, recording a ; and It,W N.
candidate fur pallor and dining room. The
as office
so vividly written that the leader can almost Y .
with salad
". : I II congress for the 2nd Congressional,, raw etc.TREATMENT Imagine himself accompanying the presided over by !Mr. J. Cl. Bast is averitable -i"r'e' 'r"wk rw',l I. I.a: National CORUESrONDFNTS.Sealionril Hank of New fork J|0

I t District, is before us.' Mr. Alexander writer, and participating In the keen delight / bower of ferns and sub-tropical National. Hank of Jacknorville. *
confines his with which he evidently enjoys plants.; 1".I'.L'USVILL I: L.
!I address mainly} OF ORANGE ...
I I following up his quarry.
,: to n scathing denunciation of corporation The book is beautifully Illustrated Off to Nassau. -- -- .--.--- --. -------_ _uh______ _._- ---
I it! :;' ;! rule. Further. he mlvo- TREES. throughout and should find a place In

cates the tree and unlimited coinage every, sportsman's? 1I !al'y'nT o work.Isuemcaiea Nassau Among,' Monday those! who, left were Palm: Contractor Reach for FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY c./

of both gold and silver, independent Bulletin No. 33, from the Flor. 10 Jurs. \,;nas..Iory., wno Joseph McDonald l and Mis. McDonald
shared the.many pleasures and trials; of -
i of any other nation. lie Ida Experiment. Station, contains camp life with her husband. It Is for )Ir. and Mrs. John B. Kellly, of
is opposed to all issues of interest- much valuable information as to sale by Eaten & Laurlut, Boston. Pulm Beach; James Ucilly and Miss\ Kit Land Department.
1 bearing bonds in times of peace the treatment, of orange trees, tie Keilly, New Haven, Conn.; J. C. Matter ;

" t' and favors graduated income which were damaged by the freeze. Ail Instructor of Agriculture mother, secretary, Mrs. E.Mr.Salter Flaglor of New, and York his If you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch, General Farming ,Fruit Grot

tax and the total abolition of We give a short sketch of the conclusions Some weeks ago the ADVOCATE published log Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, Aiigud\
.national banks. With regard, to drawn by Mr. Moremen in Appointed. a rumor to the effect that Mr. and Miami anywhere between .St.
the particular interests of our his recent trip through the state, Flagler would probably build a fine call on or address the undel' .
Mr. C. T. of hotel at Nassau and
McCarty Ankona this ; some people
state Mr. Alexander insists that for the purpose of looking into the week received the appointment of Instructor inclined to the \belief that Contractor are : Special; terms to actual: settleis.

our products shall benefit by the present condition and treatment of of Agriculture for the Bahamas; McDonald has gone to New Providenceto JAS.
.}I'(' l adjustment of the tariff duties. orange groves. It having been tendered him by Sir Wm. select the site. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commissioner,

+ Mr. Alexander's address is, in fact With regard to seedling trees, Haynes-hmith the governor. Mr. McCarty ST. AUGUSTINE FLA
had the unqualified endorsement ,
a strong advocacy of the rule of Mr. Moremen advises that in cases of tho East Coast Line and Canal C'o.'s Report of The Condition of the h____._. ___
the people by the people, and if he where a good growth on sound officials whose colony at White City he Indian River State Bank _
is elected we may expect him to I wood is insured the dead tops has had charge of for the past fifteen

turn his attention mainly to the should be left standing as a support months. The proprietors of White City I At TltnsTlIle, Flurldn. at the Close: of ASPHALT t ROOF x PA1 INTR

+ abolition of rule and to the long growth that will colony were glad of the opportunity to Hi..In.... M..rehth, ISDn .
corporation recommend Mr. McCarty to the above -- I oa V A. '1' ,& ....a.A.l..1 .. ""
all things thereto pertaining sprout from the uninjured. wood. position which U a larger and betterone Ground in
The tops should also be left where ; and congratulated him and themselves RESOURCE Pure
the successful loans and dIR fl..t".................. f _...fI.II.AA Oil : Agents Wanted
the trees were killed to the ground upon completion of aunty and City warrants ; Red Brown
MARCH.tI whttt proved to be a very difficult task at Bunk and Homla. .........;:::.:.:: : SMjVKiot 0.5AJ.A: and and ,
the fact that left ) highest i
as they are can that place. Hank Building.......... ........ ..... t.ramnu i Write for samples
do no harm to the sprouts that will The position of Instructor of Agriculture Other..l..tIot..............,......... 1.4JH.T4 Grade i
Furniture and fixture......,... ... : !
}' The month of March, with its come from the sound roots and the for the Bahamas require a high degree Currant expenses. ..................... alKH.O 47(107( Asphaltum. Black. Prices
changeable temperature its everlasting gradual rotting away and dropping 'of ability and practical scientific Oub. on Rand and la Dank*.......... 73,4HJ.4J : i i| Catalogue Etc!

winds, its alternate bright off of the wood will provide a cer.. above and bualne4 successful tact candidate, and we will think till the the 'UI1,1117. I FOR:

sunshine and cloudy days, is near. taut amount of nourishment for position with honor to himself and all J.AJN'J:1Jt'rG: :: : : :

)ly over, and it is something of a the new tree. Where however, the concerned.' The post U a good oDe; and .., I fund .. ::!S.OOO.UO 5.hMl.m TIN, IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS tf
ti feeling of relief that we see it tree partially resisted the cold from the conversation an ADVOCATE representative Dlvileade. unpaid,...................., son Factory Farm and
pass UI\.U"hl..1 prude) ,................. ,
bad I.I7H1M
away. All the world over it is the and during early-spring put forth -when recently he authorize with us the to Insert governor Deisskta.........................,?..'. iao.4UJ.4B road Buildings, Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
I most unsatisfactory month of the' in die off the ,
sprout*, only during the.dvt. calling for an Instructor-we 1181,8 T.U ,
year. With us to-day may be summer* they should be cut down have no doubt there will be a fine salary Slate of Florida ICounty Iron Work of every Kind.
lovely and warm, to-morrow it will close to the ground ; as although attached to the office. Mr. MeCarty haa of llrevard. J JI Building Papers .

rain, the next day we are hugging they inav apparently' flourish for been connected with agriculture for 'William M.Brows Caahl.r of MM shore Roofing Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt ReaW
t many yeara, and his experience ought to named Bank do ototnnly swear that UM atom and all kinds ot
the.stove and all the time a strong several year, they will never make make him well titled fur the position. He sad taMimnt belief.)M true,to Uw MM of my knowledn. .

breeze blows, making our walks satisfactory tre ..' When the trees will probably sail for Nassau on Tuesdaynext WILIXVIT, X t''BBOWX. Roong Supplier

I and rides abroad unpleasing on ae. come up from sprouts from the and enter upon his datiei OQ April '. .Caihler. ,. PROM
count of the 1st. While the Department of ,Agriculture flatweribed and cwora. to before aw tkii Z5th The Armitage
flying dust our rows roots they:will in A majority of CO.
a U being organiied, he will make bU Uy of arch, ll.' aDafacturen Manuf'g ,
on the river Impossible for the eater, it !. well' to let several headquarters at Nassau --R''I'&UJlb, JULL of A.phaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.
Votary .bUc. 3300: to 3300 ,
WIIilanlaburg Ave.
Richmond Va.

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'KIVKR 'ADVOCATE, MARCH: 27, 18S>t}. ._ 5 v 'II( k1 1
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Awarded Indeed his list of friends embraces all he finish compelling the lady to respond,

Honors-World'* Fair. comes In contact "ith. Everybody loves I which she did, to the delight of the G. G. SPRINGER
Highest the old gentleman, and h Is hoped lie audience. Miss Paddison, Mrs. Sweet I

.DR: may be spared to sue many more birth- and Mr. Fred Mount appeared Leap

days. Year sketch, the prolramne being SIMMO S

One day recently a large blackflabmeasuring brought to a close by A character song:, Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of --
back to Dixie Mr. A. R. Ilod -
Going: +
8 ft. lO in.
fully BO(::. pound was left :up by weighing the tide son and an echo chorus by Invisiblesingpis .
after which the auction sale of
on the !\Imd. and while alive wusdmg'jtell ;
"JliBAIONfi shadows und supper! concluded the evenIng's ICE ANnDistilled
; down to the hotel for the benefit -
: enjoyment. The committee are indebted -
of the guests; afterwards It was desecrated ,
to Mr. Campbell and other Mel\
and skinned. The hide
was a
bourne friends for their kindly assist REGULATORTHE
splendid one, and under "Alf's" manipiit
latlon will doubtless be tinned to good ance.
account. Water !
I:AU OAI.LII: 1.1'l''l'I-n.
On Sunday evening last this vesper
service at the Coronado'htel. followed BEST Chests '
Freezers and Water Coolers
by a short sung service wan one of more l>eutli of :Mr. C. T. Vorbeke. Refrigerators, ,

t than ordinary Interest. l'iof. Edwin: SPRING MEDICINEsSIMAONS
PONDER It is with sorrow that we chronicle the FACTORIES. .. ..
Wald, of the Chicago University lead an sudden death of Charles T. Vtubeko
ol'lghllll paper on "Peace" which was one of our most respected citizens and REGULATOR. Don't Cocoa and West Palm IScacli.: ,
.very. beautiful and It is hoped the professor which forget to take it. Now is the time you
MOST PERFECT MADE. proprietor' of Hotel du Nil, Saiho\ ,
need it most to wake Liver. A .
will continue his contributions occurred last Sunday/ morning; at the up your -- --- -- -
A pure Grape.! Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret during his stay on the beach. Another residence of his fl'lcndr.. W. L. Ilugh-/ sluggish Liver brings on Malaria, Fever
tout Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant. feature; that will make the 1 large/ gathering lett. Cocoa, where ho hail burn visiting and Ague: Rheumatism, and many other J. S. smith Jr. c& Co.
which shatter the constitution andwreck
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. immovable was the presence In the under tieatment for neivous dlsoideis. < ,
hotel of one who during the last health. Don't forget the word
/ quarter with
lie was stricken an attack of apoplexy -
of n century, contributed some song: on Sunday week. and lay In a
music that has thrilled the hearts of REGULATOR you want. The word REGULATOR -
condition until
comatose' death passing
Rockledge.We millions of people, young and old, the away peacefully and without any apparent distinguishes it from all other
'emedles. And besides this SIMMONS
world over. Who among 'eadel'swith Buttering. Deeeaseil was well and ,, ,, ,
I :::
oJ-- their voices has not helped swell favorably known on Indian River whereho LIVER REGULATOR Is a Regulator of the -
:Liver keeps it properly at work, that .
think the pink paper is the best that good old soul stlrilnggong, "I Loveto has resided the past. twelve yeas, your l
ID Tell the ?" Mr.V.. U. Fischer ystf m m.iy be kept In good: condition.
| all-around newspaper Brevard county. Story having a very pretty place nt Lotus andbeing FOR THE BLOOD take SIMMONS ,
the composer, by special request' of Mr.
connected with the late John
Ex-Senator TIardoe has the best orange Sharp, presided at the piano, and the Grueu in the establishing building .IVER REGULATOR it is me rest blood Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc., Etc. l'Y'
[ grove in this town, and he is worthy of: little service the luritier and corrector. Try it and note
was opened by Hinging hotel tho
the at Sarno to
I success, as he i a hustler. of that piece every one joined In the ownership of property which he succeeded, Mr. he difference. Look for the RED Z AOKNTHFOU : Will always give very lowest prices
The last stanza in every package. You wont find it on ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga. anil prompt shipments
Kev. Dr. Twltcel preached to a crowded song. (by request) was Green. He was born near London England -
j house last Sunday, and will preach one sung: as a solo by Mr. Fischer. It Is 62 years ago, and his only known my other medicine, and there Is no LIVER other COLLINS BRICK: CO., Atlanta Oa.TI1K Give' im your oiilcrs and we guarantee :
Jver remedy I
more Sunday. His sermons are elo- familiar enough, but we quote it : relatives are a sister and a neico who EGULATOR-the Kingof Liver Remedies.3e CAROLINA BROWN r STONE: CO. satisfaction, ;

[ quant. I love to tell the story I IFor reside on the Isle of Wight. Mr. Ver- it. OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:
: sure you get
thoM who know It bent
Itockledge is the sportsmen's paradise! seem hungering and thirsting boko was of a retiring disposition and J. M. Zotltn &: Co., Philadelphia 1's t 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.Telephone .
To bear it like the rent S rather reticent even among his best !
been taken here this .
More II"" Telephone 558.:
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And when in uone of glory( friends, so that very little is known of
season with rod and reel, than any other I sing: the new, new noun' his life, previous .to his coming hero sloop. JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ? i
in Florida. 'Twill lie the old, old story
[ That I have loved .so long. except a few bare facts. lie spent a Eau Galllo seems to hold the bannerfor .. I
Orange buds are doing finely and the Then the chorus was taken up by the number of years in the West Indies as turning/ out show men. \Ve have ;+

old trees will recover their former sizeIn audience. It was a treat. "Whiter manager of extensive sugar plantations, had two of her citizens town lately A Fertilizer for Fruit
three years in the vicinity of Kock- than Snow,*' by the same er was and was in business at Rookledge; Fla., and another is looked for this week. c.- ,

| ledge. I also sung, anti at the close a sacred; trio for some years He watt justly proud ot
his place at Lotus, his trees being little We are glad to see by the pink paper
The fishing at Rockledge continues to I was sung by Mr.\ Fischer and the Misses affected by the freeze of last winter and that the Melbourne Times is In favor" of ............ "The Ideal Fertilizer :
Nell and Flo ,, ._._ Pineapple
be admirable, and daily catches are Sharp.Send having yielded this winter a fair crop of shell roads. That Is the way we like to ---:; 'C' !
made by gentlemen of the New Rock- talk brother what want Is I
fine Iruit and hear you ; wo
I I401bs. -oranges, guavas grapefruit
ledge of channel bass of from 151bs. to [ the ADVOCATK an order for any He will long (be kindly lemem- one county-Urovaid-and one shell load Pr.oe !!IgB.CO l Por Ton.: r

Trout, king fish., blue fish and job printing you need.] bered by a host of friends. through Jhevnrd. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........

caralia are plentiful also.A At a meeting of the board of aldermenof Mr.\ J. G. Harilee Is budding trees for Moisture .. ,, . ,,, ,,1'1' to 10.Per Cent. .

petition will be presented to the ,I Eau Gallie: the town of Eau Gallic held the 24th Mr. S. Hitching und others in town. Ammonia. . . . . -t'i!' to II" u I II'hosphul'io
Legislature to shell the liver roads in Inst., the following,: resolutions were Mr. llanleo has quite a lot of budded
Acid .. 1 to (II I u
there unanimously adopted : '
Hrevard county where are good- trees, which ho budded since the freeze
sized towns and bond the county there- Rev. II. 1\[. Prince will preach next Whereas, ell vine providence has suddenly and he has been selling them at a good'price \ Potash+ (Actual), . oil I to 8 U '. "i

for. It will do more to increase the Sunday, at the Baptist church. taken from our midst Charles 'f. right/ along It IK a good thing to Made! exclusively from! llilght Cotton) Seed Menl, Nllr.ito of Sml.i. Blood\ Hon
value of property than all else. Verbeke a member of this Board and, have a long vision and to know a good Dissolved Phosphate, Fln (Jronnd'robaeeo, Moms, anti ISnlplmto of Potash.
Col. D. L. Gaulden of Titusville was
arrivals the Whereas we desire to give expressionto thing when you see It. J3T- Write for directions, for using and fuitlior paitlnilam\ ; ulso ask for
Among the prominent here Tuesday, on legal matters. our deep sorrow at the 1 ss of our' "
copy of "Koonomloal Koitlll/.lng fur. Fruit Wo curry a laigo nloik of nil\ l Fulfill
New Kockledge hotel the past week are The schooner Seminole, loaded with esteemed friend and follow citizen and '1'ho Palm House 1111(11\ narrow esoii1iofrom v.or Mateilal! Cotton) Seed Mvul Tobacoo Dust, Potimli, utc WI Ito for iii lees boOo. l
Mr. Robt. Sleeth and family Dr. Russell about 3 o'clock by the
and to testify to his stealing merit and lire Tuesday
lumber from Paddison's yard left Mon fore buying. We seek tho growvm" Undo! iliieet.
and wife of Pittsburg:, Pa. ; ExSenatol'Plum for the Bahamas. honest, manly qualities; upsetting of a gasoline stove, which n
and party Illinois, and Or. Tease day Resolved, that by his sudden and un- i soon hail the kitchen department In WILSON & TOOMER

and Miss Pease; Conn. The steamer Courtenay was hauled up timely end this community has lost n lames. Tho lire was soon put out with

Evangelist L. Moody passed through,: on Hodgson's ways Last Sunday for good, faithful, public-spirited citizen, tho use of water, which woikswollon The Fertilizer House of Florida

Rockledge Saturday last on his way to repairs to her condensing tubes. one whose chief aim has been tho advancement gasoline, but not on coal oil Jacksonville Fla.
Palm Beach. He stopped to see Manager A ladies' tan glove was found after the I of all enterprises tending to -- -- ---- _

Bemis of the New Kocklodge, who for entertainment at the Casino and the the welfare of his adopted town, and Fort Pierce.
some years was connected with MrMoody's fair owner may get it by applying to Mr. that In this expression we but voice the '
: extensive school and hotel sys- E. Burton.Mr. sentiment of all to whom bill business or Fred k. S. Morse

tem at Xorthtleld, Mass. social relations brought him In contact. The trade boat Norma, Capt. McLean, x- -x-
C. J. went south last Monday ,
Young Resolved, that tho clerk of this boardbe In the end of last week
Your correspondent met an old resident with his graphophone. lIe will Instructed to place a copy of these was port .

the other day and asked why he visit all the principal places between here resolutions on the minutes, and that a Mr. J. U. Tucker left for Lemon City '
voted the Democratic ticket. lie could and Miami. copy of these resolutions be signed! by Monday evening. :eE- -L ES'J: .'J'E": -
give no reason only that he knew noth- the membors of this board pad 1 forwardedto
Mr. Wm. Treutler, has been appointed Quito number of strangers In town
ing else. I think that will apply to a the family of our deceased friend aud
of the estate of Clias. T. Ver-
good many. They are like old orange beke curator deceased and will take charge of brother. lately. MI.1iMr: Jad.o: ., PLOx.XJA:
trees that are hide-bound to that extent Mrs. C. I'. Platt has retained from a
they will not take a bud.A. the hotel property at Sarno until a receiver visit to Melbourne.(
ia appointed.The [Remember, the AI>VOOATB, Titus __
J. Cole, gen'l.: pass. agent of the Union Sunday School will hold a ville,does all kinds of job printing. Giveus I, Messrs. Feaster are doing large beef

Clyde Steamship Line came to Kock. pic-nic next Saturday at Melbourne a share of your woik.] business hero. Florida Kant Coast Hallway Company

ledge on at the the New 10th Rockledge Inst., and hotel.was entertained Mr. Beach. Capt. Goo. Gleason, with the The pineapples In thin. section are Florida Eiut Coast Canal & Tiaimpoitatlon Company

Cole is making his first tour of the East launch Eau Gallie will carry over all Roseland. looking fine, but will be late. Boston & Florida! Atlantic Coast laud Company|

wishing to attend. . .
Coast, and baa done much to boom the The Baptist church will bo dedicated 1 ----- ------ --- ---- -

travel to Florida, and especially to this Mr. C. Ainsworth, of Grand Rapids, Sunday next Rovs. Chaudoln hove
coast. lie will visit Palm Beach, and Mich. left for home Tuesday business Mr L. C. Mooio and wife went toMelbourne
afternoon In the assisted, by several others, will Uo present. STEVENS BROS. & CO.
returns to New York via New Oileans. calling going.him away Mrs.sooner Alnsworth than will he expected re-- launch Tarter.Monday Mrs. Moore\ stayed In All are cordially Invited to attuuil. c-- '

The New Rockledge hotel has been here sometime In Melbourne, but Mr Moore returned ,
the centre of a great. deal of enjoymentthis main longer. to Ruueland the same night. White City.
past week. Manager Bemis enjoys The houseboat Rochester returned I-x STEVENS POTTERY GA '
the enviable reputation of always having Sunday after a very pleasant trip to The tourist Benson Is on the wane in ...t. arjr ,

his house well filled with congenial tourIsts Jupiter and a run up the St. Lucio liver this sectlop.! Ercildouno Inn still Itlssell has John P. Olosen will leave on Mondayfor

and by this considerate and hospit- to White City, all on board having en- some guests and Messrs. Drake, Memphis'ren, ., -- MANUFACTUIIK11S OF --
able manner Mr. Bemis Is building up an joyed the trip. Mr. Geo. Forsythe left and Underbill are still holding Trilby I

excellent business. It Is hoped that the party at St. Lucio, having been calledto Cottage. Judge A. J. Lewis, of Fort Pierce, was Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware all
Rockledge will not lose so progressive a Rochester by a telegram on urgent Col. Tutcn, of Jasper, Fla., whose In White City: last week ,

.young man after one season's business. business.Mr. arrival looked In a,few days, says that W. J. Kirkby Is In Jacksonville for a Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

Mrs. F. 'II. Howe and Mrs. Chatfieldgave and Mrs. Goo. F. Hannawho have lie will build A winter lesiilenco here few days on business.' Sand Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..
and Intends l to commi'uce!! woikoultax. ,
one of the best duplicate whist been guests of the Hotel Granada for J. Dock him been quite 111 for several
parties of the season at the New Rock- some weeks left last Monday for their soon as he gets hero. days. We trust he will.soon recover.K. 'SUT" Save your money by buying close at Homo, and from clover. men.

ledge hotel recently. Among the participants home at Columbus{ O. Mr. Hanna expressed The fishing In the St. Sebastian/ river -. ..- .. --."
were Mrs. Chat Hold and :Hrs himself as greatly pleased with still continues list class; although some Krlnglebach, who has been here

Adt, ill8868. Bennett, Burns, Shares, the Indian River country, and its facili- of the tourists, whose accounts of the several months. for his health, will leave
Garvin, thaw, and Gilbert, and Messrs. ties for shooting and fishing, and said pompano they had caught, had gone next month for Minneapolis, Minn. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co

Bennett, Schoonmaker, Williams Wilson he would look forward to his return abroad, were somewhat vexed to find Lawrence Christensen, who was visitIng ,

and Hall. The prizes were awarded next winter with pleasant anticipations.He they had been catching caval lie. his parents. hero on Sunday, lion returned
by Mr. Fearman, of Toronto, and were was surprised at the excellent fishing that the railroad to :Stuart. where he Is engaged In :3D. l5iV: :)LOW, O-oxx'l: JYanaKor.:

won Chafcfield by Mr. Hull, of New York, and Miss to be had at Lake Washington.We from There the me Clnclnnatus rumors Farms will tap thu fishing (LATE CHAPMAN A HUDLOW.)

of,New Haven. are sorry to learn that Mr. and the Florida East Count Railway at Kone- Prof and Mr*. I'. Jensen entertained South Jacksonville Florida.
Mis. John Mellor having sold their land instead of Sebastian ax at first In large number of friends. In tho park

-Send stamped-addressed envelope to place, will return to Chicago to make tended. If this should bo tho case; and pavilion gn Sunday afternoon. Delightful : MANUFACTURER OF -
the ADVOCATE and get: some tobacco their home, their Interests there compelling .all the the buildings proposed be music wan tendered by the professor.
seed them so to do. Mr. :Mellor has carried out Ro eland will have quite a '
free. number of ,
State: acres youwill should l have FERTILIZERS For and
l plant in tQltacco.Coronado. made many: friends during his residencehere boom. The Initials "J. P. Pineapples; Oranges
and has Identified himself with been put at tile conclusion of the articleon ,
affairs-pertaining to the building up of On Monday morning a spark from the the "(Jon key Party," published In

Beach. community the church ,and he being Sunday an ardent school Baptist In our. roof north-bound of the pumping passenger house train net and fire had to it last week's AUVOOATK, Instead of "It.( Vegetables, and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material,

and an earnest Christian. We shall he not been for the watchfullness of have tho Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also
Gibson It might Malabar.
to )lose him and his. good wife and pumper, Quinn ,
Mr. Silas the well known sorry of
B. Wright resulted aerlounly; but by the use a
Insurance man of DeLand, in at Curo- shall miss them very much. shaky ladder, a lioso that a an too short The Famous: IXo-r-d-Tlxnoo: : Dr .nd.
attended the social at
ando, with_hU family. The steamer Spartan, Capt. W. J. and a wash basin backed by considerable Earnest Taylor hut eveDlnjt.Miss Ammonia ... .. ... 4 to 3 pur cent /
Tile fishing in the Hillubcro continue Nesbitt arrived here Monday morning activity on Mr. Gibson's part, the Eau Uiillle Thursday Available PhoH. Acid.-, ,.H. to H per cent t J For #2A.OO Per Ton

excellent: ; Dr. :Nieffer caught 33 sheep- with a pleasure party aboard, from Coronado result was nothing but a few scotched Emily llernelle wan the guest of Potanh K & 0. . .U to 7 percent )
head one morning last week. Beach, bound for a cruise down shingles and a sprinkling water on the Miss Carroll several day thi* week. Highest Commercial Value given our brands the last Ilulletln. Write for

Indian River to Jupiter. The party was bedding clothing, etc., where it wan not McHHm. (i. M. and John Nicholson Prices.
Mr, Rob S. Sharp has come under the care of Dr. and Mr*. E. Tracy strictly needed. down on Saturday night and spent .. __. _n __
from Jacksonville for few days' vacation came
a Smiths bury. bid Mrs. M.
of ;
Bishop, in Malabar. There 1 I. nothing
and to enjoy the surf bathing.Mr. Bishop, Miss, Sadie A. Bishop, and Miss like Sunday born.Mr. DUREN & FEASTER.
: nerve .....
Bishop, all of fcrnlthsbury, Sebastian'
W. O. FIACher and Miss Blanche, Emily Tracy
his daughter left for Palm Beach on Md. ; also Mrs. Elleny F. Coffin Mulr- r Goodo, the real estate man of Melbourne -
Monday, but expect to be at the Coro- kirk, Md.;; Mrs. Jaudon Brown, Jacksonville Mrs. R. A. Harden U visiting relatives wo here this. week In company who ,
Keech with gentleman from Virginia,
Fla. Miss Virginia a
comed.nado again, and his return will be wel- Washington, b. C.;. Miss Honors D. at Hardeevllle. wa much pleased with Malabar. Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery Glass and Tlnwl'rl! I

Sherman Hagerstown, )Id. The Spartan Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Braddock left Mon The artesian well I r. still\ going deeper, Your patronage: olJclted,
The cottages on the beach (over 30 In was hauled out on Hodgson's ways day morning to spend a few days In Eau and bringing up rock.. The drill ho TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,

number) are mostly occupied, and groupsof for repairs to her steering gear after Gallie. gone KXlft.) and will probably be driven1,200n .. _. .
-- -
bathers till -- -- -- -- -- -
from the early morning her ,south
on way
which she proceeded
If oil I is not found.
Mrs. Marry Hall two
night are to be In the surf enjoying .
the bathing. seen Tuesday morning.The 'returned to her home in Seville this Mr Duke gave an entertainment at A Near C O Carroll, B Cook, C W Dol- ; -"The Peril of Our Country" will
entertainment the benefit of week to prepare for moving to her new the ichool-liotiHe. Monday evening, with ton and A A Carroll. be the subject of the,. II. M. Uoodoll'a
Fully thirty copies of the 1ar'plnk the building fund of the proposed St. hone In lSeba tlao. hit which wa well attended, : discourse next Sabbath morning." You
paper (the- INDIAN' RIVER ADVOCATE) .Job II'* Episcopal church, held at the graphone have heard and sung ubout "grace'* all
were toftke week Mine Emily Kitching, after spending, a and very much appreciated.Capt. It .It (3ett InK There. I
mailed at the Coronado po Casino Thursday evening of last your liven, but do you understand Its
on Monday last to parties north. It..U was a* altogether enjoyable and successbeing few 4ays visiting her slater and Mrs Jar George/ Gleaon, of Eau Gallie meaning Come and hear about It: In

an excellent, newsy paper, entertainingand ful affair over forty dollars addedto Tin at Cocoa, returned homo Saturday caste down in his launch )Monday andbrought The extension of 'the Florida. East the evening. Communion service the.

well worth reading. the t.... The programme was very evening. C. L. If_ C. C. Carroll .how- toast) Railway baa now been completedfrom tint April. A cordial welcome
WMr'w... p. Merrill, of Milwaukee good a ia o duet beta* very welt. no3ere.l Aotoag the guests registered at the I ed them property here, and Mr. Ive Palm Beach to a point below Arch to any wishing to unite
at Coronado on his birthday : by tile Misses raddWw. sad uodlt- Palm Iloiine this week we Jtlced J. M. made an offer for an orange grove, Creek which U le.. than nine mile with the church.
but :year this OD''March 25th be son; aToealdnet by Messrs. A, IL, and Entmone New York; J. O. Scofteld which will\ probably, be accepted from Biscayne Bay. The road WM to
agaJa ca... to another, milestone In the IL U."Hodgson; song by K .. Manna Cocoa, and W. T. Parsons, DoLsnd. On Sunday Earned Taylor,took a par. Lave been completed by February 1, but TOUR ATTEXTIOX IS CALLED
lir. J. A. Gilbert was In good Totoeas to the beach the work of eon t rut km has been delayed to. the name-and-datealip poatod
urney of.U. while th..h1.. eightiethrthday. TIle The sloop Arrow' out on the ways, ty of young people over *
bi .; 'Th. ,...,..10. '... celebrated artisticTexecaUoTof' dd' to an encore.YaI_ and receiving a thorough overhauling.The eonl tlag of the Mime Mamie Starck, from oDe cause and another. The ex- rrweekly upon the ADVOCATE or
by a ,little gathering and a nice spread Miss )(ary, to with captain says there Is nothing like Emily: Bernetle, VIinline Carroll' Kitty pectat ton now U that U will,.completed I I I wrapper. If please subscription

was provided by the Misses Sharp, with Unesat the piano wa the listened applause at then new paint and a good pilot on a fast Starck and Florence Ilarri. Men. I and be ready for operation by April 1. J has expired, remit.
bam favorite.Jo breathless) attention
Merrill to .a great
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I':'I'i: Is INDIAN-RIJR ADVOCATE, MARCH 2f. 'lgd.w .. .. --:- -'-. '. _',_

__ GIRLS VALUE PURITY IN MEN.JCxmptlnn !.: .j, .4'' : .. THE FASHION PLATE.! : '


...%. *. Who> W.... Men of the -A 'Watch" Wool braid with a corded edge is used S

W rId. Always n.....' of It. In place of velveteen for the bottom of .

A young man writes to Edward W. dresses -

Dok inquiring why so many girls seem Persian and ribbed velvet ribbons are are heavy feeders of osk

I *o- refer the company of young fellow among the novelties used for dress COMPOUND. Potash exerts a marked influence .
of iiligbtly blotted character-men who Nothing trimmings. on the quality and

bave seen the world-and In many canes qua
Chiffon brilliant" ia a new substitute -
.znarryhein: in face of the fact that for chiffon. It comes in all colors Remedy for tity of the fruit. Florida soifc;

; their past lives are known to them. InThe SENT POSTPAIDIN and ia very glossy. Positively the one being largely deficient j in Potash

: Ladies' Home Journal Mr. Bole, its the Treatment of

.editor, make this reply: "Girls-that EXCHANGE FOR 100 Ruffs of black chiffon larger than NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, a heavy application of j

JIa, the right kiiid of girls-do Dot prefer COUPONS, any we have had before are made very fertilizer containing not I
on ,IF YOU *>Ncrcn.: : pretty with tiny bits of ostrich featherson Simple and Aggravated forms of c
:the company of young men of this sort. than 13:: % ofActual
FOR 2 the edge like a fringe.
Doubtless you have come across instances COUPONS AND $1.00 IN CASH. DYSPEPSIA, Al'fDPALPl'rATION '

where this ru to has been other- Necklets made of a band of fur fouror THE HEART

wiuei; so have I. But it is all in the I. nIck.t good, -----leepej.quick atem wind and act. Yon will five inches wide finished in front OF Potashshould

> weening and not In the reality. Depend 'had on. coupoa Inside* .each each 4 2 ounce ounc.bag bs(ofBLACKWELL'S end two coupon' with little beads and at the back with -

I upon one thing-girls] have as high an a big bow of velvet, are among the novelties Does your food sour after eating| Are be made. The best

estimate of purity in man aa naeu huve in neck protectors.A you easily confused and excited ? Do
: in GENUINE cot In the morning/ tired and un- groves in the state will bear
.U parity woman. hat of velvet has a wide brim you up In the

"There are. of course coses to the slightly arched over the front. The refreshed, and with a bad taste testimony to these facts.Our .

.. contrary., but these are few. Where girls] DURHAM TOBACCO. back is turned toward the crown. The mouth la there P a dull cloudy sensation, At- pamphlet are not advertising circuit: W

marry men who are known to have led : trimming is a large bird of paradise tended disagreeable feeling: In the Ing special fertilizers but are practical work,ennui
Send coiipen with name and addrss' to by lag latest researches on the subject of fertilization :
wlmt is called it ia
a 'worldly life : and upright loops of rich velvet ribbon. head and eyes ? are really helpful to (armen. They are Knt felT r

mere generally due to a uiiNnuderstandiii BUCKWELL'3 DURHAM TOBACCO CO., Durham N. C. Black satin petticoats warmly lined Are you irritable. awl restless 7 the atlting.
; of fuels or to I ignorance than people] with fluuuel and gored somewhat after Does your heart th }mp and cause yw fc 93 Nauau WORKS St.,New

I. imiigine. There is a type of girl who Buy a bag of this Celebrated Smoking Tobacco, and read the the style of an umbrella, so that they to gasp for breath after climbing a flight Yoii

1 flii/Jn a peculiar satisfaction) in the cuuqueiitof coupon, which gives a list of other premiums and how to get them., button on to the lower edge of the corset of stairs ? Irf t
< a man who hits 'seen the world' 2 additions Docs it distress you to lie .on. tbeJ] The Largest and Most Complete
STAMPS ACCEPTED. S are indispensable a Shave
and then comes to her an, the (me womiuiof / woman's side ? .. -..-
.: ,' - - - stout outfit. memory, uimneimof Establishment South.
1 till her sex who CUll make him huppy. -111'ItEi4IIY'I'EICI1tN .........'. you Impaired and S
Among the new tailor costumes ia one vision depression of mind gloomy
This sometimes plenties her vanity and .. ,
," j made of narrow striped suiting. The forebodings/ ? GEO S. HACKER & SON
e I :Jove of conquest, but bhe i IH not
uuuy A New York that you are
politician belongs
CHUltCJI. naturally skirt has five bock plaits; there is no These symptoms ,
4.r.. j ypurn older before who diHcovers that Olio Huft'OI'lnfl'oan Dyspepsia and Nervous
to all parties and is bletmod] with regular waist but a jacket with large /
iias Hntisfled those
I feelings at a '
eotit.I vel'yhigh On account of.tlio temperance meet. all the various degrees of honesty. It sleeves and turned over collar. and lapels Exhalation.There is no other remedy S extant that, ,

*I "There is another type of girl who Ing there was no Korvlco ]last Sabbath i is not an easy matter; to bo a New York faced with sutln. A double breasted hal done so much for this class of tI'ou-1

.I I rnthrr fancies a man who in what is evening nt this church., The Sunday politician. vest linen front and tie complete the bias I.SScott's
1 .1 called) ( 'flt t.' But that sort of girl f in Hcliool IIbrnl y containing a large number
; Carbo-Digestive
. .. painfully ignorant of what in meant by of most excellent books-about 10i) of WANTED:ladies-Seveial. trustworthy gentlemen ; "
to travel in Florida
:j that woid as applied to a man. If she them entirely new Is In or for 1 "' )
now running established,reliable house. Salary] $780 Chills Compound
Q were not, she would be very apt to and
order. We would encourage all our : expenses. Steady position. Enclose
.jt I change the adjective 'vulgar.' And scholars to road a book every week, and reference and self-addressed If your case has resisted the usual]

3 as the matures she find this out. It is store the mind with useful knowledge. stamped' envelope. The Dominion AND methods of treatment we are)particularly!

; only young/ men of upright lives who There are splendid books by Funny; temperance Company third floor, Omaha BuildIng Fever anxious to have you give Compound

t I .can hope to win the favor and love of ( tales by Mrs. Wright; good Chicago, Ill. a trial.

.i girls of high motives, the girls who jooks for boys by Lander Optic and We guarantee relief In every ease and

s r make the best wives. If, at times girls Abbott. We Imagine; the Flaxlo Frizzle Several of the presidential booms are will cheerfully refund your money shouldour
books are for both Cured to CuredBy fail to produce the most Manufacturers of
eenj to favor young men of another very Interesting girls enlarging as to be very visibly in one Stay remedy
, l kind the glamour is and boys. Our home class have all the gratifying: results.
simply transitory.It .
of the another's way.-Washington Star. remember that the appellation
I privileges library. ask the Please Sash Blinds
: It is rare, very rare, that a girl's better Doors
pastor i or librarian for a card and cata- Patent Medicine does not apply to ,
l.' instincts do not lead her to the higher All Dr. Mlleu Pain Pills.
ogue and then !lend for a book. Wintersmitli's Chill Tonic. SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE
.4 1 grade of younjr men. An upright life Our Presbytery meets the 14th of cmJPO'lrnD.: Moulding and Building Material.

: t never fails of reward and of the highest April In Oi-lnucto. The St. John's Presytery The eyes should not be, used in weakness leading

? reward front_ _the_hand_ of_woman. > (southern /assembly) meets at the or sickness. JJT" Sold by all Druggists./ physician It Is a prescription who has made put up stomach by a and/ Office antI: Warerooms, King Opposite

'; I same time and place and they have; Invited for .
: ; HOW INDIANS MEASURE TIME.fbey us to unite In some of the meet. If idleness tlo not produce vice or nervous troubles a specialty and earnestlyurge years.; Cannon Street,
DM. We court Investigation
.' T Fix: Tbrlr Dates by Bleep and Moon ugs. Florida Presbyterians are ready malevolence, It commonly produces ROy SY all physicians to write us for the
ILt. ; a nil Winter for a united church. Our syndical missionary melancholy.-Sydney Smith. ,":- PILLS formula of Scott's Carbo-Dlgestlve Compound Charleston, S. C.

j Kev. Kelgwln Is at Miami, ZIK IT DISCOVERY. 7EVER FAILS.I which we will mall on application
S ,, Our Indians measure! time solely) by holding; the fort for Presbvterianlsrr.Dthor A new,reliable and.nfci, .1I.r fornup.prMNWl themselves of
Taken In Time % q. 'x C days by sleeps, by and win denominations also the Sash Cord and
moons by are on nHturStlon.) Now niwil by omr 50.000 Its harmless character and excellent Weights
tors. The Indian bus cround.. Our missionary societies areOthOO atI... InTlffonttes.. orffoiu. 11.. ,
I. t no name for any Hood's Sarsaparllla'has achieved = w..... C? d.n....... 'talIo. virtues.SCOTT'S.
$ ) () in debt. The whole church Is great M box, small box 1. ,
r ,asnJbdivisiou of time lens than a day. p per. p.r son
to raise million dollar fund to success in warding off sickness which if .......1 In plain wrapper trying; a
S1 S. ) Wbeabe desires to indicate a shorter allowed to would have undermined stamp for partloulan* Hold by local
S S payoff this ddbt and provide means for progress, ,drtiawlotanraililreiw! perPERHKUlCACA8UOCIATION -
period lie points to the heavens and the whole system and given disease Chbiiwu, ili.

'S .measuring off a space! says "It was as low home work mission The rally other In night New there York was City a, a strong foothold to cause much Sold by F. S. Chaffee & Co. Is the most remarkable It has remedy succeeded that Window and Fancy: Glass

Jung on it would take the sun to go from at which President Cleveland suffering and even threaten death. science has produced.
were present -
Hood's has done all this and where all other medicines have failed. A SPECIALTY.
there to there. A day is from daylight Dr. Talmage and other celebrities. Sarsaparilla
even more. It baa been taken in thousands Sold by druggists/ everywhere, $1.00
to darkness "sleep; or night from It doubt
was a grand meeting and no Master'". Sale. bottle Sent to any address inAmerica
, J dark to He liTis will do of cases which were thought to be per
S daylight. no name for the New York Presbytery something of .
Incurable and after a trial has effectedwonderful on receipt prit'e.Don't
.5 S any day, nor has be any subdivision of handsome for the fund. Our that cheerfully refundyom'money'lf
'S bringing health strength Court In and for Hrevard forget we
cures Circuit
time quota was $::13 about $28 were subscribed ,
: .corresponding to .our week. Anjjqjm I ; and joy to be nllilcted. Another Important County, FloL'ldllIN : results are not satisfac
55 4 (Commences with the first streak the 1st Inst. Every member point about Hood's Sursaparllla\ tory. Order direct if your druggist does In
, CHANCEUV.Timothy .
to In this 'All lifters
ought help
f, of the crescent iu the west and lasts un. mattor'i; Is that its cures are permanent, because not have It.Address .
no loaners. help")
Mu.liy, ,
jV, lil the next one appears, but the days of this & ? : they start from 'the solid foundation of : "j all orders to

, ; S I ifhe moon are neither numbered nor Home class-/ attention I Tho visitor purified, vitalized and enriched blond The Incllnn River Rteniiibont, }f

55 named "From winter to winter" is will soon come around with new quar- Hilt it U not what we say, but what C'uiupauy, CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO. Poor
Hood's does that tell the and by virtue of a final decree made
S the nearest approach bo has to our term. erlies; ; Don't forget to put your offering SarsapriHa UNDER In the above entitled cause.

t 4 ''Xhe.ydar: commences with the first fall 111 the envelope. We wapt this depart story. wherein Tlniotliy Murphy anil others. are Topeka, Kas.
and the Indian River HtearalxiutComimuy
S Cat jmow. An Indian will tell you he laKM ment of the /Sabbath! school not only to rninplainant and other are defendants by the Or For Sale by

T many winters old. bat having no be self-supporting 'but to provide means ALICX NEAL ERNEST TAYLOR. Indue of the above styled court, and datedFebruary
!Slut, IH'JU) and under the Chaffee & Co. Tltusvillo Health
I for some mission work. Next Sabbath supplemental Fred S. ,
mouths he
or days never has a birthday. NEAR & TAYLOR order of said court dated February 211th!> MM! ,
the will deliver lecture -
, .5 : The Indians who formerly Inhabited morning pastor and whereby t wa appointed Special Master. to
lt on "The Possibilities of Our Country sell the following described property; I, a*
!, SI' the southern part of Texas where there ," to be followed by others, "The (Successor to John Mo All Inter.) Special Master as .aforesaid will, on the 6th flay In Circuit Court Brevard. than'
:, is no snowfall are aaid to have fixed the Perils of Our Country etc. All In ot April A D ISM, the same being the Klnt much more
; S Artesian Well Contractors Monday In said month of April,and a legal sales S
1' t ,commencement of the year at the first vited. day,within the legal hours of sale, sell for County. you imagine-serious and
' I f "norther," a fnrious and chilling wind bidder therefor at the wharf of fatal from
EAU GAL.UE. FLA. ,diseases result
the Jacksonville Tampa* and Key West Rail-
; ) I- that from the north and is of fre-
; ; sweeps Susan witching )
Tltusvllle. in said Hrevard ,
Jut .. Ho ..P..:.... way Company triflin i -ailments '
itrS inent occurrence during the winter County Florida, all the following described" nfythe }[ In Chancery neglected.
month. "Has anybody here a corkscrew Pl'Clperty.the-. lame being the property' of the Chae. O. and
4 $ S HODGES & GODFREY fendant,the said the Indian River Steamboat Mary N. Bly the. Don play with Nature'sgreatest
.j Ho ;year baa any name or number fixing spoke up a sharp nosed old gentlemanin Company. tu-wlti The steamboat "HtSebas, rgLREAs: oath has been made before me
I. tequenoe or point of reference butt the sleeping oar. tian/' the steamboat. "St. Augustine," the ",1' by one of the attorney for the complainant gift-health.
steamboat "Progress: the steamboat "S. V. that the defendants Chas. O. and
Manufacturers of
t' each band will designate a year by its "I have, was the response from WhIte* and the steamboat "Cleo," all no* ly- Mary N.lllythe,live without the State of FlorIda HyoBarefeelliif
anost prominent fight nearly every seat. lug at Tltusvllle,In the said county of Brevard to-wli: In SavsnnahOeorgis; that they arececIl tGl-
as a
: occurrence
shouted the old Florida Including with each steamboat Its n*. over:21 year of age, and that there I* no and fenerafly{ .1'
with hostile), death of a chief, preva. Just as I thought I Yellow Pine Lumber ixxitlve fixtures, furniture, boats and tackle' person In the State of Florida service of sub- Browns hansted, aervoui,
I I Jenoe of disease, abundance or scarcity gentleman. now who will be the md also all the personal property of the said xwna upon whom would bind said defendant. have) no ppetlt
: the Indian River' Steamboat Company, Including Its Mow therefore,yon Cba O. lllythe and Mary and cant work,
first to
t1 n of food or failing anything marvelous sign temperance ROUGH DBK88KD, office furniture and material and supplies; and N.lilytha are each of you hereby required toapp..1' begin at oncetsk.Ing .
, I, cr striking by the name of the stream on Providence Visitor. Pledp'I I also the following described' real estate i to complainant's bill at the Clerk'.oftlce the most re Isble -,
S Orange Box: Honda, The southerly flfty feet of Lot thirty, and ill of thin Court In Titusvtlle the First I strengthenlmmediclne.whichU
which was located the winter camp. Fruit Vegetable Crates. of Lot thirty-one In lilock 1>, in the town of Monday. In April A D IBM,Florldahon b.lnlf day of Iron ,
; But these are mere remembrances and Ran (laJlle, in the said County of Brevard, the month, and plead to in due course, Brown's Iron Bitten. -
r Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Rivet: Florida, commencing at a point on the west otherwise ald bill will be taken a. contented, A few bet-,
1 exoellent asIs: they after a few years, fade into a Seven building:; on the Bast Coast, would do well to : one hundred, and live feet south of the south It I I. further ordered that thl notice be pnbUhed come from tbe
I of write for !prie,,. The Sawmill Is situated. on the, hue of Lot number one, section thirty-three, once each weok for four successive week Bitters very first !do'e-/
disconnected facts
jumble without Recovery of Hoalth. J.,T. & K. W. Ry.,\I miles south of i'alatka.SfttsllmftIIigilts township twenty-four, range thirty-six east. ; III the INDIAN RiVKa ADVOCATE, with an little MM'tlain vent,
eequeiice or usefulness.-Cincinnati Kuquiror. thence running west thirty feet; thence north delay may be. Itttk, and It'1pleasant
1. 55 Mr.Balrd's rapid and marvelous recoveryfrom Putunm co..Fin. thirty feet; thence east. thirty feet; thence )' n- mind ordered at the Clerk' office at to lake.,
_ .a mere skeleton to bis normal weight, south along the bank of said. river to the place Tltuavllle, this 28th day of February, A D 1SJII.Seal. L ilL
surely tot of the
870 pounds was tho/uUnt of .
j Meaning of the Word "Omaha.. grandest trength-glvino and building-up huglnnlnii.Ami also all the rights of wharfage and Interests [ .] A. A. STEWART, It Cures
medicine ever produced: ,namely t W H. GLEASON & GO In wharves by tense-hold. or agreement; In| marO-apr3. Clerk Circuit Court.
The name "Omnha" bears testimony Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. divers wharves on the Indian River, In the Uver
Dyapepsla and
,, to the long journey of the people, and counties of Brevard and lad, and at New Kidney
ATTOUNEYS IN LAND CASES. Smyrna. Master's Sale. Neuralgia. Troubles
.reveallliome of the which
causes brought will
All of the foregoing sales be made sub-
S about this breaking up into distinct lect to confirmation. by the above styled court. Constipation Bad Blood

tribes. It is composed of two words p. ? TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED live Kncli: PIT successful rent of hi.piirrlnuier bid with shall the dppoHlt Master. twenty at the UNDER and,by virtue of a decree of fore Malaria Nervous aliment

1 which signify "going against the curS AND PERFECTED.. time of the sale, taking the Master'. receipt and Court for and Hrevard sale'Issued! county out, in of a cause the t'lroult there Women's complaints.
the stream. The Omahas CH.tllirate therefor. The balance of the purchase in,wherein the Indian Loan& redline
.rent or up money to be paid on confirmation of sale. River Investmentcompany Get only tbe\Renmlne bee crossed (
were the people who wont up the 1'ossessltm. to be retained by the court until I I.complainant and J. St. Cyr Watson *on the wrapper. All other are sun
AND RESURVEYS III defendant, I will offer for sale In front ot the tltutes. we
ABSTRACTS FURNISHED purchase. price I. fully paid. In the event the On receipt of two ac. stamps
stream while the Qnupaws their nearS court bouse door at THilsvllle, World IFair '
win send
sale. I.not continued the property will be resold on Monday,April * of kiii went as their name reveals OBTAINED. after tine advertisement. and the twenty. s I, IMiM. during and Abe legal hour of sale, to the Views and book-free.BROWM.CHEMICAUCO. .
highest bust bidder for'
cash, the
five rent deposit. returned without cost following BALTIMORE. Ml
"with the current down the stream. per or Imcrltwd
I or property of the defendant, to-wlti
Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptioo ex|>en... to the party depositing same with
His lease bold Interest.
lot ,
: The traditions. of both these people. sayS I Master. upon tbe at the end of
Entries Corrected and Perfected. the City Wharf in Tltnsville described as folow I
that the parting occurred during a banting Claims adjusted before the Department WILLIAM H. RAKER, : Commencing where the north line of -
expedition each division finally settling S R. II. Liggett; Special Master. Main street In Tltusrllle Intersects the east line
at Washington. of the bulk-head of the City Wharf,
in the lauds whither they had Correspondence solid ted. Complainant Solicitor. marO-aprS northerly along the east end of bulk-head thence Right In Sight

S wandered apart. This epoohal buntS sixty feet thence run west, parallel with Main
S c EAU CALLIE FLA. street one hundred feet, thence run south at Sure Saving Shown
count bave been centuries ago, for the Notice. right angle. to Main street sixty feet to the

Qnapaws bore their descriptive name in C _____ north line of Main street thence ran east one We'll,send you, our Genets aloguecand *-
1540 being mentioned in the Portuguese Pineapple Orange and Lemon mndrad feet along the north line of Main street. Buyer Guide in:
S In the Circuit Court, In aW for Brevard to point of beginning. Together with the w......
narrative of De Soto's expeditionS : Land For Sale Cheap. hoe..on caid lot. end us 15 cents In atamss. h j
County, Florida : *"
S D. r.
then living on the Arkansas river OALT.DEX pars: part postage ei iesBgi

: where they-dwelt until 1889, when they a I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland Aaron A.V rwOrmuw\. {)I BUI to Foreclose marprt Special Master. neva off Idlen. Vain*

I oeded their long occupied lands to the on St. Lucie river, a few miles below James) Mitchell. ) Mortgage. IfM Dictionary of Honwt f

t United States.-Alice C. Fletcher in Eden, 40 of which being northeast appearing by the affiilavlt of D.L.Gaulden Fun of Important Infiwue1 F aIIIo
I IT for the complainant, Bled In .sij matter where you tray. X.*
quarter of northeast quarter of section attorney WEAK MEN MADE
-Century. cause,that the defendant.. James Mitchell, u VIQOROUS.WbFF Illustrations ef 40oot
I 3, H. *Uxaa.Gontlomon 18 township 38, south of range 41 east; 11,000 :
a non-resident of the State of Floritla. and la h0
i Dinner Win -I wish to eapraas to you mygratltudo the other 40 is the northeast quarterof over the air of twenty-one) years and that the articles and right prlc .r ': W*
for the gnat iced that Br.JHlM southeast of section 3 said defendant reside. at Marl IMcatvr county profit only between Mater. and
:In serving wines with a course dinner tfiretn' has .don* Joe.gnav I was quarter State of G uricla. and that there I. ao person In Oat it. .
taken sick with typhoid ,.... and I laid township 38, south of range 41 east. the State of Florida.service of a subpoena iI iI _
1 berry.! should be served with soup. With la bed for. BOTOB. month*. AfU. getting ''The above land can be bought for >10 whom would bind the defend n*, ,Jaions upon -CIVOOMERY WARD co., obablis or sauterne is nearly always over the fever I was thin,nervous andurod. Mitchell; II !.,therefore ordered that the) de lii-u Michigan A**.. f Po
I ,
tried It I Is suitable for
I pineapple
and did aotseaIa say lost strength, per acre. fenlantJauteI; Mitchell.b.reqnlre4 to
served, and with entree haveS aevoral proprietary' BMdlclnos, and nallv lemon lime complainant's said bill of appear
S $ orange, or growing.Will and answer eosaplalntn :
]arut. Champagne, hock or. moselleoonaes aftwrlutylag bees Trodacod ilqwolgh* to lift the eta day of April. 1MM,or aald Mil will betaken ,1 ,ii IWWhSctiU
poaa e,I began trying your Km vtmt, and at be sold In Iota of 40 acres, for ..confessed and complainant be allowed !
1 with the roast Port wine is nsnally .ItrfrJr' wb. ,
< Otrfc .1
b.gan anally* | cash. This land will soon be worth f.M to proceed six parts with hi.said cans.
served with the cheese course and .nr.t.and 1 novor |Wtor bet- acre. iV Is further ordered tta* this order be pnb.Ilshed :. tJj betel Qasr. AvrI
ttorgundy with the d...... Serve redS la ail lollDru-W. h xn .-'". per one sewn week for fonr one.ecutivsweeks : jl V t-S" ** ** rTAMP5| A s.r
This Is my! ., as I _. Apply to C. H. Walton, ADTOCATBoffice la the IKDIAX RITU ADVOCAT.. a __ :
1 wines at the same temperature aa the S cot 134 ; or to Robblna A: Graham, Tltus paper publuihad a* TltoaY'J', ,. SSfKrifS-ssSSsSS; I TFMIL: ; ; ; :vEALS

I ,zooni., White winea should be slightly Boath Bead 11. 3.B BAIJID.n. yule *UWaltoD" 1'lOriel... t:: 1.att.. ..:. =
S .. 111.... R.-t II 801c1 .. .. IIIaIIIttN Wlt_. the Hovorabl' John D. nroon s. ipoe.s _"_''''t. en
; .chilled, but never put los Into wine. ...,........lIottl. wiD ,...... Jndn of said court,aa well .. A. A. Stewart I .. .An1: "' --ha" | I ;: :;
Do not fill a glass to the top. Serve the .. for,, Rapid Calking Machine Clerk thmmf.and Ux seal of saM court M the ;a '- -zTm..... '01' IL

S Jenat celebrated wines at the eonamenoe'ntnt mli- 1 IJl' $5.00, 10.00, and $1.00 _h.. In us. eonrt March hons,I 86.* M TltnsTllle, this UM Mk day' of -S :, : ' i

of a dinner .srvIg s* the last by many of the principal boat-builders (last] A. .&. mtWAKT. p:.................. raanran&='L j.rsTPL

e.t Abe choicest. vintage*. -Mew-York Sun. Dr. Miles N rvlaO" -jj. In the North. See pamphlets and*testimonials D. r..O"GI"'.,, Ctork cIrcuit Court.8o4. K THF. SDUTj;'
S .. CC .for Cpl'.a: Sold by F. S. Chaffee 4 Co. _

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-0 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 27, 1896. 7'' \ <. '::

-- 'Ir.

1 ,
omen with the bonny rycn I
Kit ihine like stars In midnight *UM II I ',
.fore the break of morn. East Coast Hotel b
)T tell..e. do Ton know the power System. -
--1: ;
f'at ie..within them every hour.Thone I i
eyM 80 lIOn and bright? j1ylAP rAr\ll1'\ "wl tbOPP J
woman with the glowiy huir. tle.W SnvRnA.fLA y' Ii

lEer'*on pause. who to are think 80 frnll and li eoornbut tolr C. B. KNOTT/General Superintendent. 20 Miles DF BEACH FOR rLAY.C UND!n!

you can ohutn un tu :your vide ,T4apeelel
_ulre all our strength and manly pride Alcazar, Ki>Bt>ir<>'' s r fi>r.mmloi Modo- {
I Are but for:your delight?' ST. "AUGUSTINE. rate rates' solid comfort no ostentation, '

h woman with the faultless face h Jo>,. r. JUKAVKK, Manager. good lulling, good cooking. I
ie red red lips where dimple chaw ; Open November first to May .tint .
Each other to and troth $:.I.OO and upward day
do:yon know:your countlonH charm, per .
he swelling neck the rounding arms, CaSino, HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY ,
I The form poet'n wish, ,
tapering and white, ST. AUOU8TINK.
lie hand no
-la foot no slim and wee and Blight A. M. TAY 1.011. Superintondrnt TILE GUEAT OBJECTIVE POINT '
I And fairer than the BJIOW? Swimming Tool. HonioHeckers. When you get
ion have tbo power for good or ill, Russian and Turkish Baths there Stop at -__
Ion charm UII to obey your will, HOTEL ROVAL POI;?C A'A.
I For one smile or a klso, Ponce De Leon ,
-il. Idaaer in Womankind. PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH ST. AUGUSTINE The Lemon City Hotel' & MUKKA.Y, Managers ,
$5.00: and "1)WI"'lller tiny At Lemon City, the terminus of the ,
patent Before King Herod and Pontius ItttNttY hatch Line, on a arooms
W hh:1UIIU.lInl\ er.h Cordova Itlsonyno Hity Airy
Pllatna In oJ Jerusalem.i comfortable beds, good table

i of those days he went to the ._ ________ ____. ST. AUGUSTINE. Perms! reasonable
Mtheater the circus which Herod Rooms only. Open during February and March : Good. fishing and limiting! in the
[Great had built at some distance The Ormond nei/othbol'lwoll./

i the city. He paid for a seat in one 1>. M. CONNOLLY, Prop
|he upper galleries. On the tiers of ANDERSON\ PIUCK Managers.! Lemon City, Dado Co, Fin 1
i below him were all aorta of people Open December to ,A 1'1'11. .
|far away on the opposite side of the _. $4.00 and upward per day .
; arena, the Bandy level in the mid: ST AUGUSTINE FLORIDA.
[he saw, in the lower tier, a canopied! Royal Poinciana, .
9) that was famished magnificently. : PALM UE.VCH.
[it there were throne Boats, and on'' I H. W. MKUHII.I., Manager COLUMBIA HOTEL '
i sat King Herod Antipas, Pontius Open January to April. ,
$5.00 and
per day
tae, the Roman governor, two Ro- Centrally Located on St. Georgia ,
F- Palm Beach Inn
i generals, with other distinguished t ,
h, and a number.'of richly dressed KKKD. STKIIKY, Manager! Street.
nen, some of whom wore brilliant 'T.tom Open Decombor to May Overlooking Old Foit Marlon and Park, '
as or coronets upon their heads. He 4.00 and upward per day and a full vlow of the Ocean and ;
ed at them for a few minutes and at Palm Beach Casino rolling breakers from the piiizzan. ;

i tremendous, throng of people, but \

ng r that on in he the thought arena.only of what was i, wJ J.Salt<.. N.Water WATSON.Swimming Superintendent.1'001. W. M TEAHEN, Proprietor

s llnthing,
here were chariot races and Cyril Fishing from Ocean Pier

Id not help being intensely excited by ,, Gas, Electric Doll and perfect system
-- -- -- -- '--- --- - '
i mad rash of the contending teams THE HOTEL ORMOND, of :Sanitary: Sewerage .
file all the thousands who looked on ORMOND-ON-THE-ITHI.IFAX. . .. i r
------------ ---
(uted and raved. After the races, Accommodation for300| guests. Rates, $) per day and upwards Grand View Hotel. I''
ever, came scenes some of whichde ...
him shudder. There were foot races Open from December. until April 2th.; HOTEL COQUINA "

boxing matches but these were soonr ANDERSON" & Pica, Managers.NO'AT --
___ j
and then there were contests been I

pairs of swordsmen, spearmen, TITUSVILLE FLORIDA.REOPENED .
[bmen, and the like, in which the ORMOND-BY-THE-SEA 4- ;
ht went on until one of the combat- : : PE:1'T.: L/ ",

Its was slain. Close upon the last of UNDER NEW MANAGEMENTAs FLORIDA.I .ifl: (
se) duels, bands of gladiators marched I
from opposite sides of the arena and I New Hotel. 1 ISURF. f

(urged diers upon each other a real like battlefield.The detachments. of i i Rockledge an "All-the-year-round" House. ( ":--.-... BATHING AND DRIVING Are !

( fighting was furious and desper- : Mrs L, H, Decker will have charge of the Housekeeping Specialties at Ormond. '
e, but one side was soon beaten, fore ON INDIAN RIVER
...... ...... address
| parties had not been equaL One and Cuisine having closed her house for that I
,ty bad been trained warriors pro. purpose. sIDSiRr &&I'cv i

aional gladiators and the other only, Florld.a.: Managers,
The cilice will be in charge of the
moron men, captives taken in a recent 1.I1M"I'e.

fcbs lid of Pilatus' soldiers upon a wild H. E. ,BEMIS, M'gr, Mohonk Lake, N. Y. ..,.. G. 3As'r: I ORMOND BY THE SEA.
beyond the Dead sea. They were r
ra-ve enough but they were put there of Hotel du Nil, Sarno.
Sly to be killed for the amusement of i HOTEL 'Y, CARLETON
le great men and of the multitude. So A cozy winterresidence, home-like comforts, excellent tabla, northern help. ------------- I

the victims with whom thehy's
era poor Orange grove in fullbearinB| owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- Hotel Indian River.
exhibition closed, for they were Jacksonville Florida.
Iven into the arena half armed, to passed. Prices moderate. .
Intend as best they could with a Dumr ---
of B3T- Send for illustrated circulars. H. P. SHARES, ..... t
lions and
hungry tigers leopards
yen as, which were loosed upon them Proprietor New Haven, Conn. Under New Management, ;t
am i their dens under the tiers of seats.W. :' xThe Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida
O. Stoddard in St. Nicholas. ,

Open all the Year. -- --

I Long before Old English the stream Mnito.of Norman The Plaza Hotel. Will Jan. Coolimt and most pleasantly located

instrel art snored music was exercisg . Open 15th.It hotel for the ummcr month. ThorKhly .
refitted! and elegantly f urn Inhed.Elnvator i
a beneficial influence. The early
All modern Improvement
pritish church possessed sacred music, ltA'nr.4fl.!' to .l.f)0; 4
: : per day.
at this was gradually driven out beforee la situated In a Park of beautiful flowers' Tropical plant and trees, and Special by the week, and to Commercial
onward march of that new church Rookledge Florida. fronting on the Famous Indian Hirer. The Hotel In supplied with nil modern &fen.

nato which Augustine brought within ; conveniences; passenger elevator, steam heat, oloctrlo lights, etc, and the table Only hotel that the electric car paMo .
from Rome (A. D. 597)). The Gre will be kept up equal) to that of any hotel In Florida, A fine orchestra has, been t, and from depot. '
|orian musio (evolved by Pope Gregoryt ON' INaL9N: : > : RIV3R.NOw.QPEN.:: : engaged for the season. CRAPO & LeVENE,
of the Greek tetraohords and some
dating Ambro iaQ chants) was heard .. Proprietors:

ad loved wherever Augustine and his RATESW.OO, ${i13.5o: and !$.l-.OO' per day according ,
onks built a church. By its means a : .
eep impression was left upon the minds to location of room.: Special raters by the Hotel Al Fresco II II
those who heard and joined in it,but week.
: is curious that we miss altogether the
cleuiastical flavor In the earliest ez Large Airy Rooms Fine View of Indian River;

(mples that have come down to us of Every-Modern Convenience JENSEN, Indian River, FLORIDA.
uglish music during the first quarter HOTEL BELLEVUE
ft the thirteenth century. Sailing, rowing, Fishing, Hunting, tx
The free and uncontroled secular mu- ,
Riding and Driving.
fio was the first to reflect itself in per. l :bo"U.rn.e, :J1W1orl.c1a.: ..

anent er se waa manuscript not progressive form. Church; the church music S. H. PECK, - Proprietor. Overlooking Famoun Indian River.f ]NEW[ HOUSE; Best Accornmodatlon

ones for the "service" and"mass"mu-
Jio were fixed, and only a heretical of- on the East Coast Hot and Cold paths; I

ense was the outcome of tampering J. A. HAPPEUSETTE flrMt-clamt table. In centre of the
f herewith, but no such restrictions bam
ered secular music. Blaokwood'a Famous Pineapple Region; close to,the
Magazine. IN-IAN'::r :: : RIVER:: :aO'I'EJ: : :..,
f Inlet. Fish and oysters in abundance.
What might be done if men were "

iae I What glorious deeds my suffer TITUSVILLE Terms : $3.00 Per Day,
ng brother, would they unite in love i
mil right, and cease their scorn of one and upwards.
Indian River.
-Charles Mackay. tOne
Fla. '
Dakota baa 430 persons engaged in
manufactories, the annual output; of the j r- J. A. HAPPEUSETTE
factories being 910,710,855. 4 i

In the patent office reports of this flan' ; MANAOKH. ;& : :'- .;: _._ -- .....Indlanola Is on Merritts Island.....
country 665 different style and varietiesof c'4 Open All The Year. '
Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflco, Churches
pens are de oribed.DUB'S.. and Schools. Poor Miles North of Rockledge. P.-

Only a few minutes Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day Terms by the Week or Month. I
''' .
"' nil
i walk from Railway nt<.- _,AUUK, Sunny room, looking
.. .5 lions and Steamboat larfUlng Firet-rate Laundry In Connection with the Hotel. Terms Reaxonablo. Indian 'River. Good home table.

I Pure soft drinking water. galling, row ,
] ,, .
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-- - -- -- "
iD - -
I, On the bank of the fI.'hJnIC'Dnll bunting. Will meet
log, (
RCREYEN'gonsE. far-famed Indian River. How Open for the ......n..
PALMETTO HOTEL ,,.r> guest at train, at Cocoa, and transfer
.U--1LNw 11MAN.4.Q.. ]M JtlUM XT. Fort Pierce Hotel them to and from House free of charge 1

0- .__.__ __ Daytona, Florida.The Rates '$1.60 per day

B. DUB Pro. Leading Hotel. Beautifully ltu- i Near Indian River Inlet $8.00 per wee(A .

On entering a room wheN many HOTEL
MELBOURNE ated. It l I. home-like. Table eseq lent. I 'Address :
assembld t once kind
gusts are go Expressly! finished and furnUhed, for -,
speak to you hostess before sdreelagfriendswhoareinvitedguesta Modern convenience New sanitary Modern convenience 0. VT. SCHOYLER,
SAVANNAH GA. home comfort
The first pliinibing.;: and polite service. Indlanola, ,'la;
and Jut ululation 'should be to thoM MELBOURNE, Indian Rarer, FLORIDA. Prompt riUHINO AND HVMTIMO, Cs.nrpa.e.d.Guides 4, ,_
Centrally Located,, who offer you hospitality. Popular rate Under management of \ furnished. Best table water in '
the HtaUs. -What do you need lathe .ai'2>fenelopes"
all the round. Good FI1
Bull. Open DESPLAND.
year LEON
and .
Congress I note and letter head, bill-
Modern inks date from J 798, at which lag, Bunting and Yachting. Kate, Ji'l.ifn' TrrrH, I I Proprietor and bead", statements.'. tag, curd. etef
Rates : time researches of Dr. Lewis and Kiban- t2.1 O and upward. Formerly of the fountain City Hotel, FHA K M. TTLJl:1IIanagers.: | We shall be glad to ha.v. .iv(bare of your

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8 INDIAN RivER ADVOCATE, ''MAilCH 27, 1896.I" ..

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Consult .Tames' Mott, Fancy Pineapple Plant Highest of all in Leavening Power.--Latest Q'S. Gov't Report


(t. Orlando; Nursery, for orange, lemon Hardy, vlpoious, grown without shelter. -
,, and grape fruit trees, grape vines and Prices on application to Bakins ,,

Maislial; NIcl roscn.. E. C. B. TYNDALT.,
+ JAMES MOTT, 27marCmo Wave land, Fla. yaifto Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
Orlando, Fla
Yacht For Sale. PowderJtO.uTEI.Y ,
i New Bakery In Tltusvllle", -Jfenr- -

i ly Opposite", the "Advocate"1lnildlHg. Sharpie yacht Nancy, STxOft: ; galls
new last year; everything in good order, PURE We have for sale a large list of carefully
cabin, furnishings, etc; Is offered at j
----------- --' -- selected Indian River Properties.
$130() to prompt -purchaser.

I have opened a new bakery in TUnsvlllc : P. J. NEVINH, Good Sport ou Indian Itlver. -Lady Cecelia Rose has returned( to Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
I r and am now prepared to sell first- Meiritt, Fla. Riviera after several weeks spent very Agents for li
class cakes of All kinds, rye and white enjoyably in Nassau. Capt. Rose is Canal and Transportation Co.
Yesterday morning Jlr. J. J. Jacob
< bread. Don't fail to give me a trial as pleased to have her home again.
I>lcd of Heart IM of
ea e. Wheeling, Went Va., and Mr. E JI I,
all orders will be attended to CANAL: I4A1lTI.
promptly Crane Grand +
of Urbana Ohio, went out duck -Mr. D. A. Blodgett, of
and will be
you pleased.' MRS. DKISNEB. Mr. Ezekiel Workum, a well 'known shooting, and in less than two hours Rapids, Mich., purchased two fine buildIng Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville ,Tampa &: Key West Railway Con l
wholesale liquor merchant, of Cincinnati, they returned to the Indian River hotel, lots In and near Daytona-one on Lands. Dlsston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co !1'1I1'
tfl 0., died of heart disease at Palm Beach. Titusville, with nine ducks Rldgewood avenue and the other on the and other Low Priced Lands ,
For! Charter, Tuesday Ills body was embalmed andsent beach-recently. Mr. Blodgett is ,well
home, Wednesday, Undertakers G. Dad Luck. known on Indian River. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties

The sloop yacht Yankee Doodle, Capt. A. Maitby, West Palm Beach; and W. -That well known and affable passenger Titusville Florida.

Goo. Conk, by the day, week or month. Hindle, of Cocoa, accompanying the remains Capt. R. O. ROM, contractor for the agent of the Ward Line, Mr. R.W. .
t a This yacht Is fitted up with the best of i as far as Tltusvllle. Palm Beach pier, passed through Titus- Parsons, of New York, is again at
accommodation for ladles.: Capt. Cook ville the Royal Poinciana, accompanied by
Saturday last, en route to upend a
l is a reliable man and well acquaintedwith Euchre Party at Itockledgc. couple of days In Jacksonville. lIe has Mrs. W. C. Russell and Miss) Julia It. Chaffee
all the fishing and hunting groundson had Home bad luck over tile work, and Parsons. They have boon spending several Fred S. & Co

the river.Address said that he had sustained a Ions of $10"( weeks In Nassau very pleasantly.We ,

CAPT. OEO. COOK, Another delightful; progressive euchre OliO+ on his large barge and $::.!,i)00) on the are In receipt! of the Washington ,
F. & A. M. Titusville! Fla. party took placn at tbe Plaza Hotel, on
one that were lost while
Saturday evening; last, In which the following towed from Palm Beach to Jacksonville being,: Post Almanac and Encyclopedia, for FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITUS YILLE r Fill
; took part: Mr. and Mrs. J. J. 1890, and it is as good; if not better, ) |
last week. He also lost his \! Registered Pharmacist.
Heliooncr-Yacht for Charter. Douglas, Mr. and Mrs. Aron Kuhn, Mr. pile-driver, than those published formeily. With
amounting to several hundred! dollarsmore.
Its enumerations of historic and statistic
and Mrs. George Wolf, and Mrs. T. W. Assortment of
I The fine, staunch schooner-yacht "E. !Kplndlo> of Louisville, Ky.; L. Jacques, facts for people of all classes: and its ,

r.. O.." now at Titusvlllo Is for Pltlsburg: Pa. ; Mr. and Mrs. Fred F. No succinct outline of the electro-planetary
lying Tournament at and
theory governing weather changes: etc. Druggists Sundri
chtutm1. :she in comparatively a new Taylor, (hand Rapidrt: Mich. ; John C. which shouldbe {
ito.) it Is, indeed, a book ,
Mioary Troy N. V. Miss Lucille lUrblnp .
I boat: ; In 00ft. long and 18ft. beam; has a ; -
G 1 large: cabin, with. room frapl rty of six; Cincinnati, O. ; II. Ifowlnnd, New Many of our relderll111, no doubt, in every home and office; and, aside -!3 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. .
from the above, It gives valuable 9
every convenience, and Is an excellent York; DIr and Mrs. A. II. Smith, Ct.i- be sorry to learn that there will ho no siiggobtions
'I Dua-golngciaft+ + clnnatl, 0. ; C. llowl.tnd, New York; tournament at Ormond this aunson. A about those things which everyone gyp' We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
C. A. :Sturtevant St. Louis J. R. Allen letter to the ADVOCATE from the Is always eager to know. In conclusion
. Can bu chattered for a trip along: the : ; popular -
East; or West coasts, the Bahama Island Piqua) 0. ; Mr. and Mrs. S. 11. Peck, managers of Hotel OI'monll-MeRHI'' we may say that It Is a volumeof We want trade. Give ]
which the publishers well feel = us a trial
or Jamalra. Will bo in charge of an experienced Miss Williams\ nocklod (I. Anderson &; I'l'Ice-t.he prime movel"lIlnthe may your ,
navigator. Terms reasonable At the conclusion of the game, the affair, says: "Wo will not attemptthe proud, and one which la sure to moet

CAPT. Joiiw SIMONHON! following were declared the winners of tournament at Ormond this year, an with the general approval of the public. Choice Line of Cigars/ Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, rcifuraml
f Titusvlllo Fln.r the prizes: J. R. Allen, 1st prlzo; Mr. A. our horses are so very busy; and we also Toilet articles, Brushes, shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc. '
If. Smith, 2nd pl'lz"11'1I.; T. W. Splnulo: can hardly give! the affair the attention Capture of Alligators.' .. -- --. --- -.-
3id T>I'O.' C. A. Sturtevunt managed to required Next year we intend to havea /

te if'l Must be Sold. secure the booby pilzo. tournament that will bring a large Among the alligator captures made by E. L. :se :c
"' a'f f gathering of riders from all parts of Mr. Hairy Eyer, of Rockledge, and his .,
Urevard and Volusia counties." parties of tourists, were some big ones.
'' Over S-iulle Indian River front atPara- Hotel Ormoiul. There woro two 8ft. long; one lift) ; and Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer |
dine r
Point Hobe
on / four miles
l" Orange one 14ft. A large party of guests from ,
above Jupiter; all high banks, beautiful This well known hotel was pretty well Growers Disgusted. ", Hotel Indian River, Plaza and New
villa sites, in the heart of pineapple district filled the first part of the week, there Kockledge hotels were present at the I call the Attention of the People of Indian River Stock of

,, iOJ; acres. Will be sold in stJ'lpllJ being about 250: guests present on Sunday capture of the latter mammoth saurian. Staple Ac Fnncy Groccric>!v, I'ruit'
with liver front, or the whole to anyone : A great many have been stopping
\ d wishing a unto Investment.For quite a while with Messrs. Anderson &; A telegram to the Montreal Star, And Food ProductsOf
: iiirrhoi* Information, address Price, among them being the following, (Canada), nays: From New York: to Nassau.Mr. All Kinds Also My Stock of

.JI L. 1 II. GICBII, photographer, who are enjoying the tiding, driving, "Ottawa, March 20.-Ex-mayor Mc-
West Palm Beach, Fla. fishing, bathing, etc: Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Dougall has received a letter from ex- \ T. R. Hartley's fine yacht Triton, Grain Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal |
r Rothwell, Mr. E. W. Holbrook, Miss U. Aid. Bingham; who la visiting at River of the New York Yacht Club, which recently !- ,
holbrook, Mrs. E. C. Holbrook, Mrs. F. side, California, in which he says innny sailed from New York to Nassau Ground Food and Wheat.I .
r + YACHTS FORISALE.I P. Osborne, Miss Eunice Qulnby, New of the orange growers there are cutting,: and other points, arrived at Palm Beach am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: In the above line
York; Mr. and Mrs. Fitzgerald, Milwaukee down their orange trees for firewood and Friday last. On board were Com. E. Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and loUd:

Sloop I'or Sale. ; Mrs. Campbell, Mrs. P. A. Bary, are going In for hay growing. The last Clinton Clark, Miss Marion Clark, MUsGarbier your patronage. Very truly .
I Miss Hall, Chicago; Alfred Copp, Jax- three years' early frosts had spoiled two- I of New York; Mr. Thos. If. F7. :::1:.... :aE1..A.DT.LUMBER :: .

r '0f I'' For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; vllle, 111. ; J. L. Worthy ahd wife,Springfield thirds of the total cI'opliand the growers, Hartley, of PtttHburg, Pa.; Miss May
h 1'' + tOnn'lgCIS 27-100:. ; In first-class condition. Mass. ; Mrs. A. E. Lowry, Cincinnati many of whom are Canadians, are gut Brown, of Philadelphia. Mr. Frank If.
h 1 Now sails he.ul-room: In cabin. 0.; Miss\ Anna E. Rodfleld, Miss ting disgusted." Clark, of :Savannah, met the party at
trade} Gordon, Hartford. Mr. and Mrs. Edgell Palm Beach and after short !
Best party or : boat of her size on ; spending a
the river Price, *J!:!5.00. Apply to W. E. Brooks, Sherbrooke, Canada; Mr.\ Progressive Euchre at Ormond.The time at the Inn, left for home, where he
E. O. B. Tyndall, Waveland' or Capt. and Mrs. Chas. McCarthy, Portland, Me; ordered the ADVOCATE: to follow him.

I' Peter ,! Titusville, Fla., where she B. W. Currier and wife, Lynn, Mass.; The above party had a. very jolly time .., , .
i may be (teen. *tf Judge; Brooks and wife, Sherbrooke, Hotel Ormond parlors presented a on board the Triton, and enjoyed the And House Building Material
s,, Canada; Mr. (3. M. Merrick, C. M. Mer- gay scene on Saturday night last, whena trip immensely. ,
+ I I'i' rick, jr., Miss Merrick and the Missus large and representative party gathered

'j, .i + r I For_ Hule.l Louise and Mabel New Brighton Pa.; together to indulge In a game of progios- i ,Advertise in the ADVOCATE If : Sash, Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime Cement Nails i a lld
, I). B. Gambol and wife, Cincinnati; R. live euchre. Mrs. Alice Lowry of Cin- you
The''Sloop Yacht' Flora, a.Vft.: long, E. Carr and wife, Miss Brock, St. Louis; cinnati, 0., with a little assistance froman want to increase your business. BUl'lders' Hardware In fact, a complete stock of! everything require|

," I ,+ I'' 14-ft. beam, 2-ft. draught; In first-class W. S. Walker and wife, Chicago' ; Mr. ADVOCATE representative, managedto In budding a house. Estimates furnished.
': condition, and used but ono year. Cabin Mrs. Jos. Donk,' L. II. Lawrance, Miss\ \ get all "under weigh"; as early as possible Fat first class shoemaking and repairingcall
l' j ; accommodations. for 8, with room forward Lawrence, Miss Wilkes, Mrs. D. I*. Allen and to this lady should bo accordedsome on J. A. Daughtery, Main street, Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake Wool
i ti for 2 also water cloHot. Is fully Cleveland, O.; Mrs. E. B. Llaeurlng, praise, for to get so many guests Titusville, Fk. Shoos mado to orderIn
;: found allli furnished, except bedding. New York; Mark Chaney, South Man together in a short time is no easy mat fine style arr Octagon( Crates, Tomato carriers Pineapple Crates.
p In full commission to sail\ with six hours chester, Conn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dix ter. Ten tables were In requisition and Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallie and Jensen
notice. Owner having regained his South Orange; N. J.; K. W. Smith and the players having taken their places, TRY Scott's Carbo-Digostive Compoundfor G. F. PADDISON
.) health, has no further use for her. wife, Louisville; Ky.; J. B. Russell and commenced continued the game with nervous exhaustion, dyspepsia and ,
i' f Inquire of James Prlfchard, or Capt. wife, MHH| Florence Russell, Hartford, considerable zest for about two hours, palpitation of the heart. For sale by EAU GALLIE, FLORID,_
Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla.); where Ct.; Goo. ,Hubbard and wife, Brooklyn when the game was stopped. F. :S. ChaiTee & Co., Tittisville, Fla.;
1 f I d yacht can be soon.It ; Mrs. W. C. Smith and Miss Elsie An examination of the score card! supplied 1.00 per bottle.
Smith, Miss Gertrude Woodard, St. Al- to each player showed the follow

" i 1 Flue Schl' Yat-lit for Sale. bans, Vt.; Goo. C. Barrett, Boston; Mrs ing to have received the most punches, Send Your Orders s.
Aldrich, Miss Harriet Edwards, Detroit; and they were declared: the winners of

" Mrs. Geo. S. Scully, Miss George, Miss six very fine solid silver articles: First To Losloy & Renaker, Titusville, when 1 r i] I )
Schooner, 01 foot over all, l 14ft. beam, C.! G. Roes, Col. W. C. Peet, Now York; prize, lady's, Mrs. T.V.. Spence, Milwaukee you need anything In the liquor line. a
I. :S3!::! Inch draught with sailing ,ballast' ;
; Mrs C. 1'. Underwood, Miss Bonrdsley, Win. ; second, Miss trace Holbrook -
a two ntiitu-ioomn\ ; main cabin, llxl.tlmdIf. : Auburn, N. Y., and others whoso! names New York; third, Mrs, A. A.
1? tilt 3ln. bond-room; patent W. C.; xcp- blio ADvoCATE representative failed to Butler, Philadelphia. For gentlemen: HOUSE BOAT ROCHESTER 1 S.
crate room for crow and galley. Fine obtain.DHATII. First prize, Mr Chas. P. Bacon, New ,
comfortable yacht for emitting on Indian York second Mr. W. II. Peter Brooklyn The Indian RiveI'll very point O"tilnp ,
; err Fruits and ; Irlondhl : eto The eel
River, LnkeVolth or ]lllscavno Bay, kY. third Mr. J. O. Walton altaJltecl( to I'lnool'I'lol' ancl to IIlt"at. Janet north or thelcelerl '
; ,
V13UBEKK. Herman throve The J., St A.& I. R. ity
) i Will sell cheap) for cash. OF! Mil. Titusville. For runs through the property,making shipping Fauna'unsurpassed.
\ tile owner, "
l Further particulars by writing to
: As far as the ADVOCATH could learn
( (; I C. II. W., Mr. Charles T. Vcrboke, proprietor of ARTHUR D. PERKINS, New Haven Con
the took in the C.
following part :
)' : AHVOCATB office, Hotel du Nil, Sarno, died last Sunday, .giime
Clark Mrs. A. 13. Beal
E. Lynn, Mass.
Titusvlllo, Fla. at-7::*) a. at Cocoa, of apoplexy.The .
ll Mrs( T.V.. Spence, T. Harry Spence,
burial took In the Cocoa cemetery -
place Milwaukee Wis. J. F. : : :> .A.RX: '
Somerville EJ .
; the following day, from the M. E. ; Hathaway, TILING...
. Mass. Mrs. ditto
J xc..r"lonTo church, Revs F. M. C. Ends, of Tltusvllle ; Hathaway, ;
and E. V. Blackman, of Cocoa, Miss Clementine G. Roes, Plttsbiirg, Pa; For Charter by the Day Week or Mont Ooooci, PJ.or1.d.a:
Y 1 a Uoncliiwn, Ostrich Farm, Courtc- The body was Incased in a Mrs.( F. R Aldrich, Detroit, Mich.; Mrs.

}' r i nay, Indian River, Fla.MOH.NINO. olilclatlng.beautiful sutln-lined casket, which was JIIII.Alice W.Lowry Doake, Cincinnati, Miss Pollock, 0.; and Mr, Mrs.and The Accommodation Rochester is fitted equal with to a motor a hotel.and DEALER INWood ........

: : covered with the choicest flowers andpif1ms sail, and in safe and steady. She is
li / y Leave: RocklodgoReluming , 0:00:() a. in. In crosses and wreaths. Mr.\ Ver- flutter, Philadelphia\ ; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. 61ft. long, by 15-ft. wide; dining room and Metallic
Curlier' Mis. Faunco, Lynn,. Maas.( ; Mr.
from, Coiirtenay .11:00: boke had gone to Cocoa on a visit to 12xlt ft., Can accommodate ten
and Mrs. Charles P. Bacon New York persons.
Arriving buck at RockledgoAFTUJINOOX IJCIH: : n. Irs Hughlett and Daniels: -old and dear ;
Rates reasonable. Further particulars
i Mr.[ and Mrs. It. H. Stockton, :St, Louis; very
friends of his-and while in their olllco
+ : on application toCAPT. Caskets
Coffins and
Colonel W. C. Poet New York; II: ,
,J Leave llocklodgo. 3:K)1): p,. in. had an epileptic tit, and from that time (heaves, Boston; :Mr. nnd Mrs Walker wry, A. BENNETT,
,p Returning:, from Courtonay.Aulvlng (1:00( : until his death-about a week-never Mr. and Mrs. W. ,W. Kimball/ Chicago; Eau Uallie\ Fla.JEWELERS .
I back at Hock ledge, 0:00 regained consciousness. Every attention Miss W. Warren Buffalo N. Y. lira
.j Fare, there and return, including night,: was given the deceased by followed his friends the a K. U. L.'l emlng/ ;New, York;,Dr. Gordon; del' Zino and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood cBllke'ts. This department l II A!
number of whom 10nmlim the
of ostriches, 73e; ; by the naphtha launch i largo Portland: Mo.; Mr. and Miss\ (I. 10'. liar-: management of an experienced' Funeral Director and Embalmer, using !hImOllt |
them Dr.and .
Pathfinder. I to the grave, among wood Newton, MKHS.; Miss Grace IIol- Improved methods of embalming. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt''
Mrs. Hughlett Dr. and Mrs Daniels attentlon-
CAPT. J. KIKKXAX.R brook Mr. E. C. Holbrook, New York; EDWARD STILING,
I anal Mr.\ and Mrs. II. II. Wilkinson, Mr.
Mrs I). Leonard, Albany;'J. O. Walton Cocoa, Indian River. FU
--'- and Mrs. Jno. Eberwlnc Messis.\ R. B.
TitusvUle W. II. Poteis, Brooklyn N,
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Holmes S. F. Travis. ; C. J. /hchoon-
I Y. Mrs. II. I'. Unborn, New' York; Dr. E'. f/\Bl\ l'-'l' J I r. .
Ii ;
r To of Titusville.The maker, J. (I., S. I). Geiger, Win. D.
ii' Taxpayers
E. B. Angel, Rochester N. Y. Charles
Oliver, W. A. Dixon, Judge M. S. Jones, It. Walton Titusville. ; JACKSONVILLE FLA Protect Yourselves Fire !
tax books of the Town ot Titus. Father O'Boyle, J. U. Walton and others.

I. vllle are open for the payment of taxes Mr. Verbeko was born In 1841, just ..- .-
The assessments have been made, and outside London, England,'and came to -- -
everything la in readiness for the collection this country about :21 years ago from the -

of the same. West Indies, where he was engaged in THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART Roofing Of all Kinds, Steel, Iron, Metal Shingles, JelL
L. T. COODKV, the raising of sugar cane and tropical Ready Rock, etc.; Steel Brick and 3JI.
Collector. fruits, and settled in Boston, embarking Corrugated Iron Siding; Corrugated
In the fruit trade. After some few Stamped Steel Ceilings, Building Paper, etc
years, the cold winter north did not Made r for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread, # # # THE
Notice to Tax-I>'ayerK. agree with him and he came south, CITY METAL ROOFING & CORRUGATING CO.
-, where he got acquainted with Mr. Wilkinson ,

f .. Tho-ttmo for payment of taxes has of Rocklodgo, and located on JEROME TWICHELL, 416 Delaware Street,

been extended to the first of Indian River with him about twelve President A: General Manager. NDROBT
4 day May, year !ago. He started In business at KANSAS CITY, -
and from this date (March 13)) the tax Lotus and
Rockledge; then at lastly at
books will be by the
open tax collector Sarno,. in all of which places he was/

first at his of otUce at Sharpe.. E., Fla.W.,IIALL.r up to. the was successful. Mr. Verbeke, was a well :: :: ': EJ
1 Tax Collector Brevard Co. known figure on Indian River, and was M2MS: : :Tr-: ,
generally liked by all with whom he
i Sharpes, Fla., March J3, 18011.( came In contact. He frequently visited Dealer Into -

theWalton family- Titusville, with
) whom ho bad boon Intimately acquaintedfor
-Send to the ADVOCATE: office and many years, having come from theme -
get free Information respecting the new place. Deceased leaves a slater, of -:2: -
waterworks system for housed, farms, whom he thought a great deal In England >y
+ i etc. No overhead tanks used. This U the last time he SAW her being in 13;
aid to be a flue invention. Circulars the summer of 1881J, when he paid England FOR SALE BY '
sent to any part of the south, free a vUlt. Deceased's cousin reside

at Sbanklln, Isle of Wight, England. EDWARD STILING..... ,
SCOTT'S CAnno-Dtocertvs: : COMPODXD lathe Judge M. tl. Jone*-of whom deceased -
+ most remarkable remedy, for they always spoke In the highest term*-wa* .
y various ills of the flesh, that science his lawyer, and he will look after his i fst * The Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer Saddles, Bridles, Whips, Bite

t baa produced. For further particulars property, in the interest of 'deceased'sliter. to all mail orders. Repairing\ of :: Curry-Combo, etc...toe Prompt attentloagjie:
see ad. on 6th page. COCOA, Indian' River FLORIDA. Uameee and Can our Specialty: Tour pa'l'solicited. .



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