Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00067
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: February 26, 1897
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00067
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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,OCAL NEWS 1tr: JOB PRINTING at this office. neat This Column Carefully. ALL THE LATEST'and: most popular I Children's Shoe JIOTKL NOTES.

songs of the day at Chaffee
Topics of General Interest. LADIES' SIIOES. Those of the gentlesex THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE If you need anything In the wny of ''W11IUUQ to atop. Soo Itat of hotels on I

needing: anything in this line Titusville, Is making Immense reduc- DO YOU :NEED A HAT ? If so, you :thildren's shoes, we have just received our Oth and '"tli page.

,< ever fail to read our Inside pages. would do well to examine the elegant tions In the prices of gents' winter could not do bettor than Inspect the fifty different styles-:any color you cnn ,Vo now have In,Tttiisvllle two
will always find something to Int display at the Eagle Clothing Store, clothing of all kinds. Make It a pointto large and choice assortment of stiffs mention, and! of all the latest shades. tols-tho Indian open River and Grand
| you.rs. Titusville, before purchasing elsewhere see what they are offering-it will and Alpines at the Eagle; Clothing You will do well to examine these shoos View

Mail orders promptly attended to. certainly bo to your Interest. Store: TitusvUte.. Prices marked away befoio buying elsewhere
[ J. R. Anthony has been on a
Juuus KMNE TIMisvllle.Mr. .
down, so do not miss this opportunity.Sale Thr Ladles' Orchestra sent forth some
\to her son, Mr. Gus P. Anthony of
Beach. -The Cocoa and Rockledge News now COOL SODA, Etc., at Chaffee & Co's. Boo muslo at tho Casino, Hotel Oimoml
displays a very neat and attractive head- of George Washington's ancestral Go G. W. Scoblo paM Alicia a "Past Saturday night, fur the benefit of
Ir. E. S. Eaton, afterependingeome Ing. home. See 3rd visit on Wednesday tlioso who were present at the danco.
fat Oceanus, has returned to Boston, HEADQUARTERS for Singer sowing ma- page. I \
t -Capt. E. E. Valll has' moved his chines. W. R. Knox, agent Titusville. -Mr. E. B. Wager sport from Saturday -Mr. S. B. Sypktnen, of Courtenay : If you want a bargain,. just read the
floating hotel back from Cape Sabel to until Monday at Daytona. I gave our office plomtuntcaUon Wednes ftulvt. of hotel.cottages,, furniture, Innd
Jr. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, spent Its former location In Miami Ulver. day. etc, for sale on ourUth page. This ts a
Saturday until Monday In town NEW GOODS I NEW SPRING GOODS t II! Several communications and Items ,: : good thing for Bom.energetic hotel man.
pghls lends. -" Miss' Annie Paddison after spending fresh from the market, will be opened came too late fUll Insertion In this Issuo. -Mr. ftoorge Rumph loft here, Tura ; ,
several d. ys In town with her parents, this week nnd Monday: ; comprisingorgandies i for Miami, to attend to the books Anderson & Price have the
il'ss Josephine Brady has been -Judge M. S. Jones and CoU IX L. daYI thanks uf the ADVUCATK for the
returned to Eau Oallleon Monday.Mrs. dimities, lappets, percales Ie Bunk::. of hay Biscayne. many
frrnlng with relatives at Mime sev- ; Gaulden have returned to town. from a ouitnskis extended Its editor while
days this week. M. L. Coleman, who has goneon silks for waists and dotted swiss In trip south. Conaty Supt. J. H. Snma bun btx-w, stopping Ilotol Oimond the first oftbe
a visit to Mrs. Ingraham, of Jack- linen effects-all the latest, uptodatewash inspecting the schools !. this scotton woek.
Mr. W. Gordon Brown of hobo sonville, gave the ADVOCATE office a dress goods; 12 CISOS.HAIIDNII! -Mr. Wra. M. Brawn. president of the luring tho pant week.
hd, has been enjoying himself at pleasant call on Tuecday.Mrs. & 'V ALXER. Bank of Bay Biscayne left here, yesterday Mrs. J. D. Pries and Miss M. B. Sim-
I Bench this week.Bir. forDajtomi. -General Freight, Agont( W. J. Jarvis", I'ILll, at lintel Ormond; and Mrs. Jr... P.
C. W. Rockwood and her who tutu been on a trip to the Florida /Ining and Mrs. J. C. Seiner, of Hotel
W. VV. Wood, of Columbus, 0., daughter, came down from St. Augustine ALL SHADES OF! CREPE TISSUE -Attorney Geo. M. Robbing who has keys returned to St.: Augustine yester Coquina, are groat acquisition 'nt these
been having a good time at Ponce to Hotel Ormond, this week, to 10 cents, a yard, at been on a law trip to Palatka Jacksonville day. otnts, for they are around Iran, there
t this week hauling in the fish. spend a few days.Nothing CIIAFPKE Jt Co's, and other places, returned borne on anti
everywhere,, making the hotel
Titusville, Fla. Wednesday. i -Mrs. ,W. II. McIntyre, of Eau: rialHb, guests
Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon's orange grove / took place on Monday, to I WRit a pleasant visitor to town on Monday eel at home.
excellent trim and many of his mark the anniversary of the birth of -Mr. and Mrs Robt. C. Heaton, of and gave the ADVOCATE officecttU a The Elliot hotel Jacksonville was tho
i are covered with blossoms. George Washington in Titusville, exceptthe DRESS GOODS. Call or send for samples Boston having: returned from their trip ore returning home scene last Friday ; of tho
closing of the bank and postofflce. of our New and Stylish Dress to Palm Beach and Miami are again lost and bast-attended
from enjoyable hops
Miss Leila
Anthony came up Goods. Largest and Most Fashionable sojourning at Canaveral clubhouse.Mr. I -It Is more than probable that' tho
k-glana last Saturday, on a visit to her -It is a treat to see that orange tree Stock on the East Coast. steamer St. Augustine will soon h. nin- of the season. The hotel orchestra furnished -
hits at this place returning southn in Mr. J. D. Price's orange grove at J. W. ESTES, St. Augustine. E. M. Ashley, of New York, nlng on Indian Rlvor, In command of one choice music, and the dancing
on Monday. Ormond. It is loaded with line, ripe passed through Titusville, Monday en of her former popular captain lasted until a hue hour. The affair was
well blossoms route to Palm Beach to join Mrs. Ashley one of the regular Friday night dances.A .
( Oimond has been much oranges as as orange
Bathing at TOBACCO SEED TO BE GIVEN on her return from Nassau with her -Mr. J. M. Randall, of Boston, one of letter the
Iged in this week, the ocean being --Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, of Away 'to any person who will plant it uncle Mr. Flagler. our subscribers who has been upending subscribers to who ADVOCATE Is from one of
e warm. A large party were bath- Westervllle, 0., who are now stoppingat / In Brevard county. Call at the ADVOCATE several weeks at the Palm Beach Inn, is our stopping/ hotel
Messrs. Heath A Bramlett of Gada 'once de I.eoo. says; "There I* a continual -
[Monday morning. Daytona, took lunch with ye ADVO- now stopping at Eau Galllo.
Titusville and
office get some. den Ala. In round of at this hotel sod I
CATE editor at Hotel Ormond on Sunday were town this week with a I gaiety ,
,General S. J. Anderson, formerly Carload of fine mules, oattle, hogs, etc. -Miss Llda Greaves, ulster of Manager hope you will mention the fact that Mr.
dent( of the Portland (:Me.) and last.Mr. MONEY. We want-money to loan on first They left on Wednesday for down-river Joseph P. Greaves, pimnod through Titusville tomer Glllls and his charming wife and

nbury Railway, and a well knowne W. H. Beardsley of Brooklyn real estate mortgages. Ten per cent Tuesday, on her way to Palm beautiful daughter are doing their utmost -
politician, is again sojourning atel Mr. Flagler's private secretary in New free of all expenses to lender. D. L. polots.Mr. Beach and Miami on a short visit' to make their guest comfortable
Ormond. E. L. Brady boarded the 1:25::.!
York passed through Titusville Mon- and happy.
They are really delightful
Gaulden Titusville.The .
Mr.\ J.
Mr. Allen Campbell of Melbourne day, on his way to Palm Beach, on his train yesterday, and informed us he was representingthe people. Pleaso change address of my
well known housu of ColjILte.tCo.
off to Washington to attend the Inauguration soup
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annual visit to the East Coast of Florida.Mr. to Palm Beaoh.
tin for the paper
town Friday last purpose but we question very muoh If he ., New York, ban been In Titusville this
taking out his final naturalization E. M. Goodall of Sanford Me, ADVOCATE Is still giving away were going beyond Daytona. week advertising\ the town for his firm. Hotel Coquina, Ormond, WAS full to
rs. He gave us a pleasant call left here hurriedly, last week, for Sea free, tobacco seed of the finest grade. On Wednnwlity he loft for other points overflowing when an ADVOCATE reporter
e i In town. breeze, where his mother was ill. Later Call and get some, with instructions for -There will be an entertainment at south as fares Miami. lulled It on Monday and this caused n
had information to hand at this office says Its cultivation.E. the Opera house this (Friday) evening, ripple of smiles to overspread the genial
apt. W. H. McIntyre having by the pupils of the Titusville public -Mrs. I,. R. Decker returned to Titus
_earner thoroughly over- Mrs. Goodall is much better. L & Brother made 'their countenance of Mr. James P. Vlnlng.
Courtenay Brady
school. Everybody Is cordially Invitedto ville lust Friday, on n visit of a week or
fed at Tltusville placed her in the -Mr. Chas. McCarthy who with his first shipment of goods to Key West last attend. Admission, 25 cents; reserved so. She gave our ofllce a pleasant call They have some very prominent pnoplo
ragain, Tuesday and left for Eau wife came south last week, had to leave week, viz., several cases of eggs, consigned seats, 35 cents. yesterday, nnd said she may return to at the Coquina, among them bolng-
her headquarters. last for Portland to Chase & Curry. Senator-elect lIon. E. Mason of Illinois. ,
pie, Hotel Ormond Saturday West Palm Beach to-day. Mm. Decker

-A bit of history in connection with Me., where he was called owing Mrs.to -Read Notes Concerning Fort Pierce, given-Another at the Opera pleasant house little on Wednesday(dance was expects+ to stay permanently In Titus- with II. Bancroft his charming, and Mr wife. W.; Mr.A. Hardesty and Mrs.,
of his brother.
the serious illness vlllo\ after next month.Archdeacon .
brge Washington will be found on Hotel and the Seminole Indian war on the night, which all seemed to enjoy. Miss\ of Columbus, 0.; Mr. Jno. Ouerbnckor,
still remains at Ormond !
3rd page. If you feel any Interest McCarthy East Coast, from the office of the Adju- i Lizzie Ives and Mr. Bert Ives, of Philadelphia II. F. Drown will hold. !Urs. W. E. Htrater and Mrs. G. W Em-
where she Is of a general favor-
ihe ancestry of the "Father of his ite. as yore tant General, Washington, D. C., on 2nd ; and Miss M. Ramsey, of Wyckoff divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal bry, of Louisville. Ky.; Mr. John T.

ntry," read this article. N. J.,.were among the dancers present Chinch Titusville, on Sunday next, the Wheeler, of Plttsburg, and others.Mr. .

-The warm weather of the past threeks -Mr. T. H. Clark, of Savannah, one page.Mr.. C. M. Merrick Miss Merrick and 2Htli tnst., at 11 a. in. and 7:311: p. m. Wheeler has just rented the Crutcher

has put the orange trees in of our valued subscribers, accompaniedby Miss Mabel Merrick, of New Brighton, Morning. service at 10 o'clock will also cottage, south of Hotel Coquina.
his sister Miss Helen C. Clark, of -The Octagon Rending Club hold be hold lat this Church' nn Ash Wednesday
condition and the
new Hotel
mild at Or-
Pa. sojourning
growing are again
Its meeting at the residence Mis. L. nOTEL OIIMOND.
N. Y. have been spentllng March 3id.Tho .
fcwth, if not retarded by a' cold snap, Saratoga, mond, where they have spent several ,
some time at the Royal Palm, Miami, A. Brady Wednesday afternoon, and The above hotel, situated on the banksof
lbe remarkable. The orange trees and The Inn, Palm Beach. Mr. ClarkIs winters. Mr. Menlck Is a very enthusiastic all report a very pleasant time. The ADVOCATE Is still forging the Halifax River, Is as popular with

t covered with bloom. no stranger to Palm Beach, where he fisherman, while his daughter, members will meet at the homo of Mrs. ahead\ Manager It. Peck, of Hotel the traveling public as over, and Messrs.

Miss Dwyer. of Rockledge, was a has many friends. Miss Mabel, Is the boss lady! she angler at B. F. Brown next Thursday, Instead of Plaza, Rocklodge, writing us last Saturday Anderson & Pi-Ice, the managers, who
cant visitor to TItusvllle on Tuesday the hotel. One day recently caught Wednesday.Miss says: "Send mo fifty extra copies of have bAd charge of the Ormond since its

Thursday to attend to some law -The Yankee Doodle took a party fora seven kinds of fish off Ormond bridge. Alice Hudson of New Rnchollo the ADVOCATE while others sent In Inception, are just the men to make their

mess with Attorney Geo. Robbins.\ sail on Indian River last Saturday Commencing last Monday the 22nd:.! N. Y., arrived at the Alcfwtitr, St. Augustine ., orders for smaller nil mhnrs of the pink guests feel at home. The odlco stuff I III
are sorry to learn from Miss Dwyert night, the outing being much enjoyed.; inst., an additional train service was put last week. She was accompanied paper. The ADVOCATR a good advertising also composed of a very obliging net of
( her father is on the sick list. Among those present at the Invitationof on between Palm Beach and Miami, leav- her sinter, Mrs. D.ily who has boon medium.Mr. young mon. Mr. L. if. Bingham, the
the ADVOOATE Mrs. M. L. Coleman chief Is of Hotel Ormond'popular *
of 14 miles were ing I'alm Beach Inn at Oil5: a. m., arriv- i quite ill this week MU Hudson and clerk one
There is a bicycle run .
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Morgan, Mr. W. W. Russell wont to St. Aug. "stand-bys," and a favorite of
and ing at Miami at 11:15: : a. m. Returning Mrs. Daly are largely! IntoroHtod In the
Daytona. Going
veen and Mrs.\ Roswell Coleman, the Misses usllno tho first of the week, to meet lilt the ladles; although a Connecticut young
the way of the beach, you can return Ida R. Bates Aline Egger and Maggie leave Miami at 4 p. m,, arriving at Palm Fleming Grant at Sebastian. father, Mr. A. O. Russell of Cincinnati. lady mistook someone else for him last
at 0:05 This will
g the west bank of the Halifaxr. Walton. Beach Inn p. m. en- annual After spending a few rays, at Ormond the
Ramsey, and P. G. able to off at Palm Beach -The offering at the Presby Saturday Mr. John W. Greon fill
Bicyclists who visit Ormond passengers stop terlan Church for the Board they will leave for Sebiutlun, where Mr.
of Home place of cashier; Mr. A. W. Gilbert
old remember this. -Mr. Joseph Stickler, of Orange N. J., for the night and also proceed! to Miami the Missions will bo received next Sunday.An Russell senr., will make an examinationof mall clerk; Mr. W. D. Smith, book

Should you need a wheel of the best Is again sojourning at Hotel Ormond. next morning for ; affording a at pleasantday's Palm enormous debt of C.100,001): cripples the recently-built Sebastian and Cln- keeper; and Miss| Alice Fountain, sten

Ice, and at a price within your means, lie Is not alone this time, fnr last sum- Beach.trip persons stopping this grand mUslon work. Can wo not olnnatus Ry. From there they will go ographer. We must not forgot tc)' men-

W. Beers, of St. Augustine, is the mer he married Miss. Harding, one of make a sacrifice to give liberally? Next to Palm Beach, and probably to Miami' tion Chief; Steward G. If. Smith,' who

er to see or write. He has a large Ormond's charming young lady visitors, -Father E. Dikovlch a prominent Sabbath evening the pastor will delivera and Nassau.At by-the-way, Is also the elllclent organistand
elegant stock to select from, and who has it host of friends north and and worthy divine from Paterson, N. J., very Interesting lecture on the "Three choirmaster the Ormond Episcopal
I save you money. south. Dr. and Mrs. (stickler: spent their and an old college chum of Father J. F. Oldest Bibles In the World." the bowling contest, Monday, church; Mr. C. H. Prescott, the affable
i honey-moon in England and other partsof O'Boyle, has been spending his vacationat given at the Casino, St. Augustine/ by bead waiter; and Jovial Goo. I). How-
-Mr. Adhemar Brady was In Jackson- Europe, and enjoyed the trip very the Grand View hotel, as the guest of -Mrs. H. O. Stone, of Chicago, ,is quitea permission of Manager A. M. Taylor, land, chief of the livery stables.
,B a couple of days this week attendto much. manager J. G. Bast. The reverend popular lady at Hotel Ormond; she Miss Llda Greaves, Mrs. King, Miss The Ormond i III a very nice place to
matters in connection with the the ; seems to be a favorite with all, entering Livingston and Miss Spades made scores
gentleman-who ADVOCATE a and the hotel Is excellent one In
gave visit an
ilishlng of a book on the financial -Invitations are continually being received pleasant call-has resided In Paterson. Into all forms of social life with considerable l- above 130. In conioijueno' of their respect. Along the banks of the
Lion, upon which be has been en- at the ADVOCATE office from vari- vim. By-the-way, the ADVOCATE skill these young ladles were presentedwith every
about twelve years. After a short cruise Halifax River are mile of beautiful -
In preparing for some time past. ous places along the East Coast to attend on Indian River, and a few days in St. might Inciilentlly mention that Mrs. a box of candy which It Is said, drives-to say many nothing of tho granddrives
and social
the partiesnow
many Stone Is the leader of "the Chicago they divided their gentlemen
{The Litchfield (Conn.) Enquirer of business Augustine Father Dikovlch will leave among along the beach. At Ormond
but "
being given, pressure 400, and we have no doubt she can 1111 friends who were not so fortunate.Mr. .
by Mr. Geo. C. Woodruff, has will only admit of our attending a few, for the north. the position to perfection there I.1 a constantly-varying panorama

> to hand. It Is a bright and newsy although we would like to be present at -:Mr. James Rellly Miss Catherine B. C. Smith a well known nine- of beautiful bank, trees blue sky and
paper, and contains nearly fourns the majority of them. The following is Reilly, Miss Alice Rellly and John G.Rellly -Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Robert are apple grower, of Eden, Fla., died In river. Fish I la generally pretty plentiful
of Interesting reading matter another Invitation to hand: "Mr. and of New Haven Conn., are the again entertaining their many friendsat Jacksonville, of consumption, Thursday In the river and many largo catches have
I the recent trip its editor made ton Mrs. Charles J. F. Campbell request the guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. McDonald Palm Beach. 1111'.. Robert In a night, IHth Inse. It ts probable that his been made from the bridge. Just south
i N. P.rExGov. soprano singer of no mean order, as may of Hotel Coquina their are several beatstiful .
pleasure of Mr. Charles II. Walton'scompany at Miami. Miss Catherine was quite asocial body will be shipped to the home of his
Byron Weston and wife at a fancy dress dance, Tuesday favorite while stopping at the be proved by a visit to Lake Worth parents In England lie ban been 111 for shady lover walks which should
I the Misses Louise and Dorothy andr March 2nd, 7:30: to 11:30: ; the Belle- Royal Polnclan two winters ago. She Episcopal church on !Sundays.: On Tuesday several years and often told us that be be visited. The surf bathing U fine, and
Melbourne" to through Titusville this afternoon Mrs. Robert gave a musIcale was a martyr to rheumatism. Yester- an ADVOCATE representative *
Donald Weston of Dalton, Mass. vue, expects pass :
several friends number of ladles and
spending the winter at Hotel (Friday) afternoon, en route to New Or- to among day, Mr. Geo Male of Jensen passed large: gentlemen
nond. Miss Weston is a very brightng -Among some of the prominent and leans to attend the Mardi Gras festlvljte noted the names of many of theADVOCATE'S through Tltiuvllla, and said the remainsof taking a dip on Monday.

lady, and she has a large circle very sociable guests now stopping at Her brother-Mr. John G. Relllwill ,.- friends. Mr. Smith were Interred In Jackson-
Volun- -General C. B. Knott and Mr.
and Mrs.
Mr. Supt.
Hotel Ormond are villa nn Wnflnf.u1.iv.Major .
probably her. Mrs. Caroline Rockwood who U .
friends. accompany a '
tine Turner and Mr. Chas. S. Wells of J. E. Ingraham St. Augustine pastyed

The man who Is too conservative to Chicago; Mrs. J. F. Hathaway, of Boston -Miss M. B. Simrall, of Covington, guest added of three Hotel Alcazar solos Ht.to Augustine the sacredconcert Wm. S. Harklshelmer, commissioner through Titusville, Tuesday on their

vertlse In these pushing times may dome ; Mrs. R. C. Hewett Mrs. E.: A. Uew- Ky., Is again/ at Hotel Ormond after an rendered soprano by the Ponce de Leon of police\ of Jacksonville' wasa way south.A .
of Louis absence of one or two seasons. She is not of the Gram View hotel this
business,but advanced methods by ett and Miss N. M. Hewett, Orchestra In the rotunda of the hotel guest:
era is apt to push him to the wall. ville Ky.; the Misses Beasley of Baltimore only a popular young lady, but Is quite !Sunday night. Her first selection was week. He and Manager Bast. are old BIO LINE OF MEN'S SHOES. baa
ke a brace and keep in the moving, ; Mr. Henry M. Binge of Buffalo,, talented, and enters Into all kind of O Lord Correct Me Not" by Handel comrades-at-arms, having both been connected just been received at the Eagle Clothing *
suing throng of enterprising firms N. Y.; J. M. Olmstead of Hobart N. Y.v; amusements with considerable enthusiasm. the,second was Gounod's "Angelic Salts; with Philadelphia commands dur- Store Titusville, including all the
|ou cannot do better than advertise ine Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Borden Mr. L. L. !Several: claimed that Miss Slmrall tatlon to which she responded to an ing the war. The major-who gave the latest styles and shapes. These good
i ADVOCATE. Borden and Dr. Almon Brookes, of Chi was the best dancer on the floor at the encore, with "The City Beautiful." Theabove ADVOCATE office a pleasant call yesterday are guaranteed to please as they are
Mr. Geo. C. Barrett of Casino, Saturday night last, but she hada -Is president of the Elgin ,Butter
;.....Wl1d Jim" arrived In town las cago; BostODI' lady Is a very line singer and she of first-class material and their price
Mr. and Mrs. Oeo. W. close second In Mrs. Jas. P. Vlnlng/ ; Co., In the Interests of which concern he unusually reasonable.
studio In the Cordova
turday from Daytona, and In the after- Brooklyn, N. Y.; Miss B. M. Slmrall, of: while Mrs. J. D. Price and the Misses has hotel quite cosy has been making the rounds of the state
K>n, on the vacant ground just north CovlDgton Ky.; Mrs. II. O. Stone of Hewett, of Louisville; Beasley of Balti- forming the acquaintance of his many

the J., T. & K.W. Ry. depot gave an Chicago; Mrs. Byron Smith, Providence,, more; Weston of Dalton Mass., and customers. He U well pleased with the Where You Can Obtain, tire
thibition of fancy rifle shooting lasso' R. I. other ladles seemed to bold their own STRAW JUTS I STRAW HATS I II J A solid financial condition of the Florida **
rowing etc. He entertained the audi- : pretty well. big stock In all the newest shape, merchant and thinks It wonderful that "Advocate.
ce; at the band supper In the Opera has last peen received at the Eagle the tradesmen so soon recovered from -
use the same night In a somewhat JEANS PANTS whole case Just Clothing! Store, Titusville. Call and the severe losses they sustained Incidentto In consequence of the numerous application
miler manner. opened; all prices and sizes. NEW SPRING MILLINERY-open In a I Inspect them. the freeze of 04-05. we are continually receiving from
GABDXCB: A W ALXE&. few days. GABDXEB & WALKED. various points along the East Coast, for

I extra copies of the ADVOCAT, wo herewith
ITATTERXS to arrl'f'ela a few day.; 13 Orange Grove and Land For Sale Inform our readers that the pink
and 20 cents. By mall on receipt of Wanted-Palmetto Root SODA WATER, MILK SHAKES, etc., Boat for Sale. paper I I. for sale at the following new*.
price. GARDNER A W ALitER. at Gruber A Griggs, Titusville. Only
pure distilled water used; all flavors. I have XI acre of fine hammock land stands:

We will pay $1.00 (cash) a ton for pal- for sale 13 acres set in orange trees In Sharpie 30 flat long 8 feet beam; Trrvsvitti- J. B.. Bor.v.n._ MW*atand.Me. .-

Bones Wanted. metto roots, delivered at the Florida full bearing before the freeze. Also the draw la inches; good cabin. Guaranteed BT.AVOVII1'III.. rone Enuu a.tern.eon, "
Extract Work, TItnsvllle, Fla. For Out of Bight paeklag'honM (two stories) at Clifton, sound. Very obesp. Hotel AtcaarOaroae *

J Save your bones and send them to the specifications and particulars, apply to three miles from Oveldo, Lake Jessnp Apply or write to .. MotelOrmondrare 1'otaohroe M 4-
facksonvllla Fertilizer Co., South Jack- S. F. GRAY Those 5-eent boxes of candy for the Will sell at great sacrifice.W. F., W. W'LU. M BSIACH, TIM Royal Inn, ,e w'J.

'f'1l1e. Fla. Will pay cash for them. AM't Supt. children at Chaffee Co's. W. TnoMPSOjr,. Smlthvllle, Ga. Jensen, FU HUllr, Royal Yale, ..



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I : ::2 2KDIAN RIYER ADVOCATE, fnEaiRUABY 26,. 1897.

Artillery 'which formed the garrison of When a Greek was In a tight place, Florida East Coast Rail\va

.. tan'tI all this chain of posts on the East Coast, where.bodily strength and vigor would HODGES & GODFREY, ,
: was entered to the northern frontier.
I On June 10th Capt. Tompkins' and his help Mm) he prayed to Hercules; when Manufacturers of Time Table In Effect Jan. 30th. 180T. J

: company embarked for New York harbor be needed shrewdness, not to say

and with their departure the post be betook himself to -....
r roguery, Mercury. Pine Lumber South Bound. North Bound.
; : I "1'hJI" the complaint was abn.doned. It was at this time Yellow

L thousands at this _Ion. E little more than a forwarding point for No. No. loio :No. STATIONS No. ,.
:.>i8. 37 2HI( '
t STATIO 23 85. 7lt .
' : They have no appetite; food 8iippli*-from New Smyrna and PlcoUtn OMAR & THOMAS...... BOUGH A; DRESSED: L. Jack"onvll\e. .. _7 SOft _920_a _II 4:1_: P I..... .... Lv Miami. ...... -II 110 a inAr :.. 8' !
} to pouts along the coast. It Is not probable ......... .. I.. Lemon ... oa.1-1.
does not relish. They need the toning upof Orang Box: He..... Bt. Augu tlne. 84118 1020 a 'l411 T P City. II 09 a au II'
' r" that there were many bulldiags, Bt 8 4&a 1030 a ... .... L. Ft Lauderdale 1111.1. an I
11 t the stomach and digestive organs, which and siiohAs\ there were were almost immediately Fruit Vegetable Crate Lv Hastings Augustine... .. .: ... 1111/I./ ...... .... Linton.. ....... .114I..m: : I II'<
, ; a course of Hood's Sarsaparllla will give burned and destroyed by the Tinners Lumber delivered at any part of Indian River Lv E. 1..latka.. 9 30a 11 23 a -.... ........ .. I.v W alm floach 720.. In I 1000" II.
and Plumbers. ..
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Ar itia ii 4$ a.... .... .ArJtoylPolnolna 730 a in 10 lI :
i .them.' It also purifies and enriches the Indians, after the departure of the on through bulial: bill ut lading.Coant.Anyone would contemplating do well: to lv lalatka..0. 10Mp .... ....ArpalmH.chlnn 'lllllaDllon"Ar '
**on the Kant ..
; blood cares that distress after eating and troops. write for prices. The Sawmill 1. situated on the -IHp 12 411" ......Lv I'alm Web Inn 'l411 a'ln 10: ''a
h L. San' Mateo 8 lIla 111" P ........... ...... Lv Roy1; pOlI\ol'Da 'l4 a In 110 2
Paatka.Sat8umalllA"llts. ;
I The point however was of too much Galvanized Iron J..T.& K. W.Ry., 0 miles south of .
Internal misery only-a dyspeptic can Gutteringand LvOrlllonlJ04111.1:1411: P . .. .... L.w'Palm BOllcb 7M a 1n11O
creates an appetite, overcomes that military "importance to be long 11000cupleit. Putnam co., Flo. Lv U..ytona... .....10 !lla too p .. ".... .... I.. Rlvlera. .... ... S 04 am !
I L know, \ 'The 3rd Regiment of Artillery Lvl>ortOranfte. .. alop ... ... .... .I.yW.Juplter.... 883am II,
I ''tlrod feeling and builds up and sustains Tanks a Specialty, t.v New Bmyrns... ii Ills 132p ..".. ...... ... Lv Hobe Bou.d... l14. .m' 12, I
p It so prompt- having been sent to Florida to replacethe Orange and Lemon, Lv Oak 1 P .... .. ...... .Lv Alicia ........ .900..m : I' I)
whole Pineapple "
I the ph'alclh.ltem. 1st, arrived In September, 1838, but Lv'1.ltlJ, 35 I' ......., .... .Lv 10 a 01., : I" ,
;" ; I, ly; and efficiently relieves dyspeptic I.mptom. It was the 3rd of December before it wan IlQ'f'WI'k done on any part of IIIUIUI! ( Land For Sale Cheap. $ P ........ .... Lv Stuart..9 am. I III
: .and cures nervouaheadacbes, that it ready to take the flnld. On that date River. \Estimates given on work. Correspondence I, Lv ("oc iii P ......... .... .Lv 32 a 1., ... t' I:

; I eems s to have almost-4 magic touch." Major Thomas Childs with companies A, solicited.POMAR. : :1 have for sale -80---acres of pineappleland L.Lv Enu ( 11 ao p p ................ ......... Lv I.vlt!; Lucio.. ... .10 cc 10 a a m 01 l22.. :i.l1; II I IL;

F, I, a part of K and a company of &; THOMAS, on St. Lucle river, a few miles below LvSam .. JJ: P .... .... .... .. LvSeba tlan...... .1101 am.. I
Palatka Lv :99 ..... .... ... .. Lv Rnsolant, .IJ "II a o... .. .
Dragoons left for the south. northeast P
St. Augustine, Fla. Eden, 40 of which being LvR<' P ........ ..... .LvMelbourne..3144. a In 1-11$....1
: Dunlng that and the following month quarter of northeast quarter of section Lv Seba oa p ........ .. ..Lv Barno.. .. ..IJII/ a In .. .
I Hood'sSarsaparilla command was engaged; In scouting ALEX: NEAR. 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; Lv St \ .. P ......... ..... .LVEIUGailIe..1154. a m '1 '
the On the 14th of ERNEST TAVLOB.NEAR l.vF ........ 1100.( .LvRocklellge htla12a11 p 1\1 Z:MI'I.
through swamps. the other 40 is the northeast quarterof Lv I 8L1 I' ........ 600. Lv Cocoa ..... .... 12411 P III .
1&I1"ary,18IO: It reached Fort Butler & TAYLOR southeast quarter of section 3, l.vJen 11111..2.. 40 P P ... ........... 6111. L.CltYPHlnt ... 12/11I/ P It :. ...
and on the:17th orders were received for township 88, south of range 41 east. II ... ......... oat a LvTltusviiie..I 25 p In 321..1.
.. companies.F and I proceed to and re- (Buocessors to John McAllister.) The above land can be bought for-$10 Lv .a p ...... 702. ,. .. .. 201 p nLvHobo .. ..,
P .... .... 711:1.: l.vNew Smyrna... 2211 p In 40'1'LvW.
occupy Pert Pierce. Concerning his Artesian Well Contractors per acre. It is suitable for pineapple, .. 84 P .. ......... 83 5 .Lv Port Orange... 2411 pm.. ..
journey to that point Major Childs reported Lv Daytona..2
'lJ.1 tlu1IeIIt-lalact: the One True Blood Purlller.r this orange" lemon or lime growing. Lv O'2 .S M. LvOnnoni..... .. 5? P m 4211"
t:..., : Via( pursuance embarked of with order I 'EAU CALLIE., FLA. Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for Ar Roy'l .a 211 a Ar Ran Mate..... 70/1 30111'/ P III D. 44 7111"1'11'
,: are tUe (best after-dinner immediately my command cash. This land will soon be worth $50:> Ar Palm ( 211 Lv San Mateo .... 320 P ir 3211"
HOOdS PillS I pllls, LvPaatka.! ..... .

.. .. .. -------,----- steamer the procuring third Gaston day the I,necessary left and that on supplies.the place!30th In the anchored On- established\VVwomen\ TANTED-FAITIIFUL house to travel In Florida.for responsible MEN Salary OR office yule Applyto; or to Robbins C. H. Walton&; Graham ADVOCATE, Tltus-.tf Lv Lv West Ft '/ 4I 21 11 p..9... .. 4C 44 011.P P. Ar Lv LvH..tlnjtl 8t.East AUl'u Palatka., tJn....... .. 443 4 1128 4111 lid pin.P P pin In in II 81nl'I.v .:a:\II''' I

.... I h. Free sand and forthwith:at the dispatched mouth of Indian boat to River reconnoitre -, ent.$780 and Reference.expenses.: Enclose Position self-addressed perman A man Always_Judges a woman by -his Ar Lvr..monClty.Miami. .. .. .. ....,.....7.SOp. .10/17..ii OS/ .. .. Wi 46 p P A.r.Ja.ck"onvlll.Lv St. A'igiietlne.... 114IIpm.11811 pm....:11\1'1 101'o >"4"11/, it,

''Fort Pierce. The officer stamped envelope. The National Star idea of how she would suit him for a
;: Accepted Masons A. & W. DRANCII. Tralnl31. 82. 311, anl 78 between J
Lie Sher-man returned that I' "
1.1 t. : : reporting Insurance Bldg., Chicago. wife. and St. Augustine. dally. I'
I he saw two ..canoel and three Indians. No STATIONS. Nol: No 4 Traln 2:13: <1 and 31!. b t"'Mn J c .on\1I11
iiH$ In the meantime. Indian signal smokes __._ __ St. AlIl"Il t[no, da.lly euel't: HuntlnI '
the determined- \I SOp 10 flOe Lv :New Smyrna Ar I SIp 1140p Train 2011 hPtween I\lIallll and .' ,
were seen on coast.
Indian TitusvilleFla. 3 l/1p/ /11 21 I immediately land my command, and 3 Dip 11 /C2a I.v O..lIe C.'lty 12 aPp 34Hp All other trains south 01 Rt. AUlu8t1ne 1;
,, River at night take possession of the Fort. THE PAINT STORE. 8 aop 11/111&/ Ar O. City June. J.v 12 aSp 340p except Sunday.Duffet .
Log) \, No. 00IolilulM
The wind being high and the break parlor cars on trains 3lI and,7B between
ers heavy ntpon the bar, I succeed Jacksonville anll Miami.
; 1 mectlBira l the n"eonyl..nd fourth Friday ed In landing one company only, .-
of Lieutenant Poole, ere night
I vilie. at.7:00:: p. m.' cloned in upon me. Early next morning ROOFING AND SHEATHING PAPERS, J. D. RAHNEK Axs't Oen'l Pajnenger Agent. S., J. FORD Ticket 22e1V Agent l ,

4 A. T. :roaster.: Worshipful Master. i I brought the steamboat inside of II"y t""

Ueo. (W. Soohle, Senior Warden. 'the bar and In 3 boats with 7(1( men pro

.. It. }'.. .H"U, Junior Warden.U. ceeded to Fort Pierce. Being confident
r ''R. 1&ilson,7renMurer. from the signs of the previous day, that -xrii Fe-p rs The Tropical Trunk Line

I J. Mendel, Secretary. our landing would be opposed. I made ,

1 M. K. 'Bams,.Senior Deacon.J. my arrangements accordingly, landingone

t A. HXappersetto,.Junior i encon.I party under cover of a second, and OU.tslde Paint.
Cold Water Jacksonville &
A. A.-:Mtewart,'U' ll< Sandeea, stewards. obtaining immediate possession of an :; Tampa Key West Railwal;

I, I ; B. 'Qelger' Chaplain. old block house, this on the 31st Jan- JOSEPH H.

I L A. Ftoscher; Tyler.: nary. Indlan ilgns! were numerous, the I. :E. BAIRD & ,CO. DURKEE, Receiver.

vicinity having been occupied by large SOUTH _
Time Table In (
number of camps some u or 8 weeks No. No. B No. 21 No.23 Effect Feb. 1, 97. .
pre f
.. !4 :NOTES .CONCJ UNING FORT vious. I found the quarters and defences 52 West BayALauraSts., ., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.. ::::7:':: LoralMixed a 900 P8 80a LvHBBa .. ... ...JACKSONVILLE.. .... ..Ar TiWm<011.32. 1>0.W1j 78, .i X.ffl.

burnt down. command ...... CM! p : .........Orange il
iiff; xPlISHCE. My was constantly Paints Oils Glass Varnishes and Room ... .. MoW'y 0411 p 002 a ...... ... ..T'Mflt*Park..6 12.1111121'| I Mu
Mouldings. 040am
engaged in erecting quarters and .... .... and 11'1'1 ...... ... ... i .. ..0 04 J 1 i' III Tun.I
defences untlll my position was secure. .. .. .. ...... 1018pVlbb'p 924alo'lOn .-.O.een Cove Springs. ... ... 600amn'ob'am > Tlwt455pm
''iI Home Bjnterestluff Parttonlara of These quarters and defences consist of .......... .. .. ..... .. ..,.Do twlck. .. ... ...... l143plIIItSo,,
: .... .... 10 SOn ....Falatka... ... .... ... ,
: tine :Indian War on the four buildings; 90 feet by 15, covered by Real Esta.te < / .. .. .... 11 IHa 1204.. 10 8Sa ... ...... ... Hatnuma. . ... ... .. ,. 4 28 a in414am 4 21)) '' ai
tarpaulins for the accommodation of ..... .. 11 45a/ 12 IB a 10 4lla\ ...... .. Pomona.. .. .. .. ... ... pm, ,, 21
.. .. .. .. 12 / 12: !30 10 Mia.... .. 4111 1 ni I IS
East Coast.. the troops. Officers quarters 124:/ by 18 inp a Crescent City Junction. ,. .. .8/88
p i1I': "' .LL..L .. .. ... 1 OOp 12 Ma 11 13a.. ...........Seville ... ........t.... a in338am 4 03 p'III34npni, IJ:
feet covered with boards, and a hospital s. TE3C: >JY.A..S: 12'1,.
I .... .... 230 p 13fla143a II 4a.: ... ...Uel.eon Springs. .... ... .
I Editor Advocate: 28 by 19( feet. Ja consequence of this .... .... 258 p 11 4Hp...........OlenwoodBeresford ... ..... ...... 2 /54 am SlIp,, lit,

! : Dear.Bin:-J enclose you a letimr from timely shelter, the troops have remained l\lIl.aD11:: : ::E:>ad.e Oo., ,.- FJ.orl.d.a: ...... ......... 430 40 p ..2Ha,.(..... 12 12 17p OOp..Art..... ....... .. .. .. ........ .. 246am280am. 3 2MpIII Oft p ni' lOt Ifiti J.

: I the .Adjutant'General's office healthy, and I have thus been enabled Dealer In choice lands on BIscayne Bay; Residence properties and farm lands .... .... p .... 5.. 11 40a Lvi.. ... .. ..,DeLand. ..... .... {( Ar. 0/.. 23 pin' ,

Washington from time to time, to scout within 8 or at Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece\ of 20 acres Bay front .. .. .... ..... .. ......... $1'.111II" ..... ... nterprl e. ...... .Lv.... ...... .3121)| m I
I I). (J.. which I think would .be InterestlDgte..ome.of 10 miles round the fort having obtained .... .... ..... .. ... .... 441JpAr..TlfLTSVILLE......... Lv 12 04 a m
I 12 horses for that property at Cocoanut Grove for $3,000; Fine residence atCocoanut Grove, $. ,000. ... ..... ........ .... .. .. .... ..... ... .Paola.... ......... .. ..... .1 10 05 am
y. I t readers of the purpose. Lots at Cocoanut Grove from $100 upwards. Eight; acres of land at Buena Vista ........ ,. .... ....". ... .... ..... ,.SorrentoMt. ............ .. .. .. :
'. I {"dak pap.ec. Yours respectfully The first return Is dated Fort Pierce, for $225.00.\ Business block in Miami, lot 100x150, with houses bringing rental of ... ... ... .. ....... 34flp.. .. ... ....... Dora...... .... ... 8 4(1(
i January 31, 1839, and shows a strengthof $75\ monthly, l Insurance paid for one for $3,000.: ..: ...... .......... 4orPAr.... ....Tavarea...... .., .. ....Lv.Lv... ... 630.ul a mI ,
F. M. -Tyzisu. 7 officers and 74 up year, ;..... 520p 3 00 a *l24up Ar........ .. ..Sanford ... .... ....
men Childs
I 138ara 2 ,
lop rn 9Ii(
II ........ .... ... .........Altamonte ...
Springs. .. ..
I being In command of the post; Lieut. .- ..-. .. ...'..... ..... ......Winter Park. ............. .
,the Mock In command of F .... .... ... .... 4 20 BOp ,... .. .. .
l Din-leg 'progress of the Florida Company ; Lieut. .. .. Orlando... .. .... .. ,. 12 Off ..1255am! !
I- + ii war, while under .oommand of Major- Poolo of Company II; Lieut. Brown acting NOW IS THE TIME .'1. .'.. "' ... .'I. ,....... ...... .. ,...... .......KlHBininiee .. ...... .... p m
I I i &i .' 4 v. ." ..... .... .... .Ar............. tOwJc..Lv,
general .Jes \$, the Held of operations adjutant; and Li nt. Sherman, acting .... .. .. .. ;. .. 6 /50 a, 3 4flp ............. Lakeland ...... .. ....
:I ; : j daring the winter of J8II7-38: was limited quartermaster and commissary of subsistence ..... .". ..... .....t 84o a 4 Mp.. .. '......... Barto-w... ... ,.. .. ,.. .930pm720pm 1015am 1045am
I. J to Eastern FI. lda. :The principal intl During! the ensuing two years TO Place Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON 4 GRAPE-Fruit TreesThe ...... 6 30 all SopAr..l'iinta. Gorda..... ...Lv 415p m tlioopm025am
...... .8 80 a 4 4Ap Ar........ .. .. Tampa.... ..... .
the command .Lv 7/10/
r illau fouue .concentrated the wait actively employed In P m
on .upro" ...... ... 8 48 a 8 rxip ....... .Tampa Bay .
z per St. Jehri's, (though there were -.ev- scouting, forwarding .supplies, building: ....... ... 920. B lOp Ar. ........ Port 30 p m 914a m.
I eral email rovliw i bands north of XWt roads, etc., and Buttered!: few changes in Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions In freight for 90 days. ..... .. and Thnrs 10 (Nip.Lv... ...... Port Hotel------------7- 10 pm. 8 4I1am.. .
80 Tlnirs.
: Its Take advantage of this generosity by placing your orders with Geo. II. Wright .... .. & Friday. a ocp Ar...... ..... .,KeyWe P JD and SUI J
Mellon and others personnel. On June 13 1830: : Com 30' m Weil and Sal.Weil .
i!- j I. country, south. -Owing spread to unavoidable over the pany I left for Key Blicayne,, but,it was Orlando, Kla., where 'You can get .... and Sat. 6 OOa Ar .. .. ,..Havana, .. .. ..Lv 1230 P p m and, Kit.

,;"' ,' s delays, It was not until about! the 1st ..oft. replaced on tbe 27th of that month by Daily t Daily except Sunday.
; December 18:17!: that Company A, and on December 20 1840 Strictly First-class Stock True to Nameand '
: & the troops required Trains Bt and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars..
t. to carry oat the plan of operations the garrison was reinforced, by 73 recruits.On at Low Prices. Trains! 23 and T8 Solid Vestlhnled Trains. with Parlor Cars between Tainul
had all.arrived, but from this dateS October 20(), 1840( Win. T. Sherman, Trains, 23 and 78 connect at Titusville with i steamer "Silver King"Jacksonville for and.n"TJ
then second lieutenant of JUT Write for PI'lces.Qf) call mediate, points on the Indian, River Kockleclge
"S the entlLno /OI'CO WRD In motion. General a Company A, on Train. ,
23. le..vlnjt JaokROuvlllo
\ I ; \ Hernandez, wlio' commanded the Florida -3rd artillery, joined his company at Fort GEO. II. WRIGHT Orlando 12:211, Oeal.I-oI1I p l.eesbnrl 5::42.dAily Jlr..ksvllle at 8::30 a 7:20 in.. arrives m. Train lit Hawthorne At 11 :aS. GaIner

,. I militia, 'ha Ieartl'aler P"
. 1:1:1)1I1': : m., ;
II of tho St.'" Joins'a awl following the coast vicinity until his promotion to first lieu- m., Bt. 1'eteralmrft 10:30: a. m.. daily except 8und.oy..

\ I line as far floutli: .as Lnke Okeochobee: : tenant In 1842. lu the '"Sherman" letters W.General B. COFFIN O. D. ACKERLY

I r ;.t. He caused post to.be established at .. -a collection of the personal( letters Superintendent. General 1'.. en"et.1

1 L1' I ii New Smyrna and the llanlover, from from General Win. '.I'. Sherman to his BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK !

I Mosquito Lagoon .to Indian Hlver. At brother, collected by his daughter, Hnch-

[ I ; i1 the same time LJeut-t".olone11"lel'co, with sal Sherman 1'borodlke-thel'0 are several The florida & Raili
l 1 I I six companies of his regiment, the let dated from Fort Pierce, In which he Central Peninsular

I Artillery, moved, down .Indian River In relates l his experience with the

1IMIa':r I row Doatd as far as Inn Inlet, tvuen Indian "Indian problem." In one of these,
r River bccoDies St. ,Lucte sound dated July 1(1( 1811, he says:: "Upon East ,Coast Brick Co. Short Line between Florida and all Nortl-crn Points.

J jJ I4I.f and on the 30th of December, landed at alLacouts or expedition* of daager all Everett, Savannah, Augusta: Ga.. Columbia Washington, Sa

S a bluff on the ma1aluul.'abowI; ; ve miles the.oflicors Insist upoagotngbut. as Iti. tlmore Philadelphia, New York. Boston and the East
r below the Inlet. Here he ,established a neeosaary that at least oae shall stay at Jacksonville Everett, Macon Atlanta
IM1i the fort this is done : Florida.Are Chattanooga, Nashville Louisville! Ciaclii
55 post, and for the ensuing two or three: f ttt17 months employed his men In bringing upon.the expedition to the Haulover it Everett
supplies from the Ilaulovcr, at the head fell to my share to remain." This is MANOFACTURISG GOOD, HARD BRICK AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES Louis, Chicago, Birmingham, Sioux City., Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rocks an8as City, (
tr .of Indian River, to this point,..*<*! thence borne,out by the records, which show For reaching points on the East Coast. Will give very lowest prices.J. River Junction, Pensaoola, Mobile
i hJSt: down the sound and through Jupiter Chat 4>n !Abe 31st of that month, Second and the Pacific Coast New Orleans, Texas, exlco, Cn\llor.\
S. Effective
SMITH Jr. Gen'l
I ;rIvorto FortJuplter, at the .Inlet. The Lieut.AV. T. Sherman was la .command Manager, 18. 1897.

I1't4i ;pont having been completed, he placed of the post with a force of 83: men, all Jacksonville, Fla. I New York Express No. 8ft leave J"

;k1 '.Capt. D. D. Tompktns la command with the others having gone on aa expedition AfLASTA A a. villa 8:20: for a. m., dally, with Through,"" ,. l'ul l lSleepers

;Ws company, (B) :sue officer apd 41 men Into tbeEverglades.;; !: SAW AND PLANING MILIX. 4_ o '. .;-e-----1'e..,, S.-. Baltimore Philadelphia Savannah Columbia New York.hIDr'
: siUttE i as Its garrison, and disposed of the other On the :38th of November, 1841, Lieut. PKJ.tka. FJ. JACKSONVILLE YARD, ; 0 Eastern points. Connects for "'eman
L4i5L companies at neighboring posts.: Com- Bragg, with Company E, left Fort,Florae E. BaT St.. Foot of Catherine 0 Arrives Jacksonville S:12 p. m.

iIL ,fpaay D, to Fort Dallas; K' to Fort Lauitomlale to re-establish Fort Jupiter, and in December WNS I f.w" York and Florida Limited, No. E:! .
WILSON 000N vestlbnled train with compartment <** *.&
and O to Key Blscaynn; CornS and January detachments were CYPRESS COMPANY 4 c. tion dining and sleeping cars !lcave St. *' .
,1U:114: E left for time sent out 'to garrison ,Fort ... SAVANNAI. $ usttne 9.BOa./ !; dJi.
.";' \ J panf: _was a with Capt. ; Lauderdale, .,..e. m., Jacksonville II ofl a "> *,
". 'J'olllpkins.'f and on the Out of the latter month Cant. Manufacturers of I PSI.b411 7j5 except Sunday. 81 returning arriveS J1;* r
Vinton 4 villa 8.30 p m, Bt. Augustine 4.40 p m, daiij _
r The first letter on file from the new with -Company B, joined from cept Monday. (

S pott 1. dated "Fort Pierce, Feb. 0, 18:18: ," that post. :The following month the 3rd s 4f F : New York :Fast. Mull No. \, t'..

". and merely announces the. fact that a artillery, having served In Southern Flor Cypress Lnmber Shingles and Lath. # : ? Jacksonville 6:5B: p. ni. dally for w.38.i'6".m"k ;:;1
"/'' 1 post has been established on Indian ida for three yours, was sent north and ; ,' ,... ern points. Carries through Sleeper
,.' lUvor. The first return Is for March, replaced by the 8th infantry.: Companies a. P&4 .A 0 0:00a.m.vine to :New York. No.. 35 arrive J.jOlc
A : '
18:18: and from thin It ascertained that F and (I of that regiment arrived at Fort large stock of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, ,, CkSONYILLE Cincinnati and Florida. Limited, Lean *! .

;S .- I' the four companies: of the let Artillery Pierce on the Oth of February, 1812/! : ; and lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress ,_ a, u.s.ea. ionvill OM: p. m. Arrive Cincinnati TW"
\ II left the post on the 10th of that month on the Kltli, Companies A and F of the mouldings of all patterns a specialty. S0 IaV I' .l& p. m. Time a little over 24 hour !MM To.;

1, : and that on the 28th'! Co. E of the 3rd :3rd artillery departed for New Orle nR. When at home 0 0Z 0 .5 bale Train runs via Everett Macon AtChattanooga. ,!t'
write .
iji I I Artillery, one otllcer\ and 48 men, and :2.'l. : Moreover, the war was about reaching us for prices; when up our'way, come and see us. 0 CIDAS KITS :. vllle St. Louis,Connects Chicago and for all Nanhvllle" Dortben
S \.1 men of Co. 1) of that Its close. In Colonel Worth [1!
\ < regiment had May then ----- ----- --- --- 8 western points.
,' : I joined, together with a company of commanding in Florida had concluded -------- -- : C 0 Ashevllla Route. Through Pullman SI; }{;

4 Washington volunteers (Tennessee) 8 arrangements by which the majority of .c:4': Car service for Cincinnati via Ssvallflab.(0USb: "'A.
I S. bl. -
4-" J officers and 44 men; so that the entire the Seminoles yet remaining In the terri the, Ashevllle Celebrated Hot Springs, Knoxville of .fJ:

' '' KarrUon numbered: officers and men. tory would remove to tile lands west of HARRY MASON & 00.I 9.. : .. !;o- Carolina. Leaves Mountain Jacksonville Country 6.M P 'J'J[ ,,

While there U no positive l record to that the Mississippi. By the middle of Aug Is ives Cincinnati TJ5 a. m. Return nil i$ .

t: ? ITect, yet the association of the name ,ust all tho Indians had come in, and ( I Jack.onvIiIeSOOam.: ,
:wri. i. lfl of this .dI Only Line Through the :Beau ",,' LI.
given to the post with the officer under accordingly, the troops la Southern and 'p >
) '
f': whose supervision It was constructed, Eastern Florida were ordered to be concentrated H. NCAMON ft CO. Jobbers in Fine Imported I 1110* CENTRAl. 4 Eicambla Country of:Buy Middle Leave Florida Jacksonville P,n an'< -*;J

a S U reasonable presumption that It was on Palatka and cantonment W ]Jar Street ana for Lake City, Live Oak. Madison, *oni'iJ'
; when by Capt. Tompkins In compliment Morgan. In the execution of this move- /ENINSUUR R.R. '4 .51I. Tallahassee River Junction, FensS.0i.. '(J.
'I :New
: to his superior In oommand of the expedition. meat, the two companies at Fort Pierce JACKSONVILLE. Liquors and Cigars High sad Cosntctlons. ornla Orleans and the, and Pacino the southwest Coast. Carrie Jifexiro.* I 5ltT'v.ssT :

: !left_that point on the 20th ()f Auirust. No. 1 arrives Jacksonville 8 KM)a. 01.
i i Benjamin Kendriek Fierce, a native of It.lU. thus abandoning the OIIt. "141r Joi. yjOt Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a, m. for StarW f I'

\ M4(! New Hampshire, entered the service as Tb. last mention of Fort Pierce of tM-s... a --, U. ...&Y... thorne,8ilverSpringOcala, ainevU"Orfahdo "'

j sv.flrst lieutenant of the 3rd Artillery which this office has any record is from : Grade Whiskies,, Etc. _.__ Lacoochee. *Dade. ,Tavar"'P1aAI,

I March 12, 1812, was promoted captain the Savannah Georgian of Jun. 22, 1843, Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 4::111 p.W.
Oct. 1, 1813, major lit Artillery June 11, which says: "The fine schooner Mary Atlanta Holly,Spng. Route.. St. Louis Kan aa .yNo. 36.-Leaves Jacksonville 6.BB p m. for*-, <

: 'jj ; 1830: lieutenant-colonel March 11)), ltM2. Shields leaves to-day with .a party of nrandl"UomeaU Whlakllmported, and. Beme.tlc\ Soother,, Belle Rock and Rye. .. ............rrom ,1.M gal houn to Kansas. I\lempbl. Kanlllls via City. Through Pullman Simper without clarS $I'I
per Macon for
lie received a brevet gentlemen from eech. blackberry. and pbl., 8prlng1letd.VnTKana.U Atlanta. Birmingham Holly 8prlngtl.
for Augusta who iaUotJ peach and .
distinguished to honey. .Irom
5. t ;eji services in the affair at Fort colonize an extensive Ut.-HoUand.OldTOII1 Rum ... ... ..... Std........ ..... .. ... . .. . ... .........'.. ...Irom.l.11OperJt'&l'1.110 per gal 8;_ --LB..- J&ckonvi11e for loio. 80 retUrn arrives Jacksonville 11.00 a m. ,cs'
Drane of
& and his entire Fla., tract country Wines-Port. .. .. .... ..... .. .... ...... ............. ... ............ ._ ...Irom '1.110 her and Sound. Brumewiek by the Cumberland Route ateamer. M.
i' service was rendered with on Lucia's Sound. From those who 8helTJ'( C&tawbe. Mus.ateI! CIanot, etc., 1mm. . .. .. ..... .... per gaJ 45W5 PoLoeat for Ryere" -
IT1 4 credit and distinction. Ho died April 1, have visited that section of Florida we (Itetued Isrets-Finest. B.alill. .......... ........ ... ........ .. ... ............ ..front .$1.00 per_gal 1JIf P. M.-t.ue&l tot Tallahassee ClOse and oonnectlon for Brunswick. Shortest anl qiiicILt
Beer. ,.. ............... .i.'J..r Intermediate
1850, at New York, while still In the learn that .m substantial settlement Is .. .. ....... ..... .. ,.......... .. ..Jrona .1JOp"rdo". 9.o P. H.-.or Tampa .. pnlnta. Arrive Jacksonville 4la.'j&:
f; !LtL service. I now being made tty- All other Fine Brands eqaally Low Prices. nroLSh SIMpen for < ''VSSSSSF* I'Dllmao sleeper.. ArrI..Jackeon. ..
St. leaves I
I on Lucle Sound In Jugs and .... arrt... JackaooylUe aa 80M p. m.. UT1 Y
:y This first occupation of Fort Fierce : the neighborhood of Fort Pierce, that demijohns will be packed In boxes when so requested without ex- For Haeo.. A.t1arota. t._Traina
r was but temporary. In May, J&M, Genera place being considered remarkably tra coet. Moody refunded for "nptles" when returned. Express Company will Steamer"Maaa..... frem ?spa for Dally.Draldenco Lea.e,Jacksonville 5:20 a. m.and I:55 p. m.
1A : ] J( relieved healthy M .a not take liquor C. D.. Seed money with order to ; J'uUmaq Kls.ers es aU N....TraIna. ADd Manatee River)!Olntll. .
I" UP-WM b/ General military post daring the Send for Price List call A"e delay; and trouble. IP". 'ad for Rest Pulor car. between J-ksou.Ule an4 TaIIIP.
: I h3obryTaylor and the lit or kpon MASON t CO.. IDdeud Tewnehip Map of Florida
; of to
imoDt N.
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jifessionnl Cards. :Note Concerning Fort Rlerce. II'UfSIDRNOl'IAJL' KXXUGUHAOXON \ r-

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.. WALTBB 8.Q&a.... (Continued from 2nd pagot) --- P

t SfS A GRAHAM, notowar, the climate being-delightful Ofaccount" the Inauguration ceremonies Cl.' -Trees.. at minced pi'Ices. AVe' I qtatoes,

and the water excellent! The at Washington.D; ;. C;_ March: f, bud the KIM,IM| on 4-ycrni-uld
I.TTORNEYS-AT-LAW, location., to destined to become favorite 1801 tickets will be sold via the!! SouthernRailway FlorltW Kough Lenww' >>Hock. yWO-o/ THE Tomatoes I Melons
SOURS:From 10 to 12 a. m. resort for Invalids. Situated about two at the ra.lo'of sue fare for themti are Tnrdifrv others are P!>r onBrowo Cabbage,
J and 2to4p.m. hundred miles south of St. Augustine the round trip, or&U.05.: from Jacksonville 4o. Ruby,. Tangerine, IlomoiWkatia' I'; Turnips, ettuce, Peas, Beets
and fifty miles above Lake Triumph and Cotitnixm Fruit,3Oc: :
Worth to Grape
Washington-and! return\: for civil- :
1108.ptloe ILLS. Brevard Co., Florida. ',fresh water lake)." ans..and one cent per,milerOK( tl<;.05 per each,$:t.i5 per: tw( >. I PLANT Onions, ami all Vegetables, remove -
List of officers who servedat Fort capita for miiiUry rompaniu. uniform! Bonne's Early: : fc Mott'a Blood BOu.enrhv Potash
in all tbe oourttate and fedoilities larg< quantities
Pieree. Fla., 18J8-42: -March, 18JS: anJ> brass bund- acoompauyjng them, .:JIO( per 100.'.
for examining and perfect'ties. Sam'!. S. G. I. DeCamp surgeon; J. iwwaty-five oir more on one- ticket The Satsuma and Mandarin 40o. erli.' from the sjjfl.: SupplyPfotash
Hooker, 2st lIeut., 1st Artillery; D. D. Southern has arranged for the move- Lamb Orange r>.),. each.

Tompkins, captain 1st Aitlllery; Chas. meat of a part consisting ofl the Florhia. Seedless GrapeFruit, bib each... *4v
LRY-ELWES, Irwin. captain A. L. Sheppard let lleut. delegation, and( will be gbul to confer per 100. SYSTEM.
Washington Volunteers; T. A. Early, with any others-desirous' making the Also all ofI1e.. varieties of peaches

NOTARY PUBLIC, 2nd lieut. 3rd Artillery; Geo. Tennlssen, ;rip>... The routesvia the .F.C'.t I'. and thabare known to be best suited! tax this I
STATE AT 2nd lleut. Washington Volunteers; lV.II. Southern Is particularly attractive. at South Florida section, Including the in liberal' the
LARGE. Quantities by use
: French, 2nd lleut. 1st Artillery; .his.season, panning as. It dims through/ new*. Free Stone Orange peach, that
'rUing, taxes paid for non- Thomas Chtlds captain and birt-major, th. most magnificent portion of the originated In Outage county, and Is-the of fertilizers containing; not: .
rents and accounts collected, w.. A. Brown, 2nd lieut., 3rd Artillery; Carolinas and Virginia,, the beautiful besk peach yet out for this section.- Notice to Travelers.
Correspondence solicited. J. R. Conrad asst. surgeon; Wtie. Mock scenery and other natural advantages of JAMES MOTTO: less thatt'o% actual Pot-
pile, Floilda. Beni.!; Poole, T. W. Sherman, W. H. these states being proverbial. The ash. Btter and more profit-

Sharer, E. J. Steptoe, 1st lieuts. 3rd Southern has three dally trains between OBSANDO XVHAHRY, Piittp'f.. :It you,: contemplate a tnlpgto pointNsmthl.
R' S. JONES, Artillery; Martin Burke, captain Geo. flocida and I Washington*, with through Winter Haven, Fla. any able yield are sure to follow.

Taylor 1st lieut., R. S. Jennings, 2nd Pullman drawiBg-room sleeping ears, Sat, West or to* any Florida All about P Ulh 4be mulu of III by actual t*.
ie t., 3rd Artillery; Jas. Slmews a st. without; change; ,Jncludlngrthe Now York .fAr reliable I pirim.nl oa timber. (stun. In the Unllxl Slain-la
ITTORNEYATLAVIT.DREVARD Wm. and point, information through : told In a little bank which w. publl.h and will gladly'
surgeon; T. Sherman, Start Van Florida Llrn.ted-a: solid vestl&uledtrain.composed We Send it Free taraw
: hall fix to any In America who will write for UL.pERUAN .
ILLS, CO. FLAy Vttet, Henry B Judd E. O. C... Ord, 2nd exclusively of Pullman rates aniA most convenient schedules, KALI WORKS.
ieuts. 3rd Artillery; Joel Martin, asst. equipment\ consisting et observation, write too the undersigned; who will 03 Hawaii St., NewNATIONAL .\'..orla.r .
Judge of Brevard surgeon; H. S. Burton 1st liewt., JohnR. compartment and drawfog-room sleep TO r
County. Vinton, captain, Braxton Bragg, 1st h1rI,:. area perfect palaca, replete with answer all letters promptly and give
leut., 3rd Artillery; Geo. WEight, cap- nil the latest., appliance* of lux.ailoustiavel. weakiVienYoung InturmttlotK. f --
you necessary
tab 8th J. asat. .
p. L. DODSON, Infantry; Robertson
surgeon; Jas. S. Worth, captain Geo. Special arrangements Ibr pnrti s will ':The Routes offered via. the Plant Home Seekers

DENTIST. Lincoln, Wm. B. Hay ward, 1st lIeuts., h. made upwa application and every System, the equipment! anti excollent ,
G. W. Sears John Beardsley,. 2nd lleutH. possible attention given.. I will 1 Ike !glad and Old. I REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE
8th Infantry; BenJ. King VT. E. Full- glad\ to have parties wishing Information service, are unsurpassed by any line.
Office over postomee.LE Rejoice With us In the Discovery
wood asst. surgeons. sleeping reservations, etc. address Through Sleepers are operated on all
me at 212 W:- Bay street, Jacksonville,
Via.. .telephone, 7-13. trains.of this System. Insuriag Luxury,
FLORIDA. ; for
Your Present :Need When a man has suffered for yeaI'llwith Exchanging, Property Property; a
L. A. SeI 'MAN, weakness that Ms-life. and GOmfuak and convenience.
a blights : every !: Specialty, Send Description ot what
L GAULDEN, Fla. Paso. Agt. robs him oft all that really make life-
Is pure, rich blood, and a. strong and )worth living if he can avail himself of a. Address you have, and what you want.

1TTORNEY-AT-LAW, healthy body, because withothe approachof complete cure, way not ptMes the JL n. TODD, JfALAKAIt, Indian River, KtOKIDA.C. .
spring and the beginning of warmer I i NotIIue.Ib.CirouitzCotlrt moral courngo to stop his downward
tics In all tbe Courts of the State weather your physical system will un- course. Dlv. Pas Agt., .C. CARROLL,

and the United States Courts. deigo radical changes. AH the Impurities We ,will' send you by moll,. ABSOLUTELY ... C. n. now AnD, City Pass. Agt. I Real EMat.Agent.
.23<'1. TITUSVILLE FLA.rREEMAN which have accumulated during- of the Seventh Judicial KKEE, in plain package, the.AllPowerful .
Honey to Loan. 18 colder weather must now he expelled on Circuit oflF.lorlda.LD i and far Brevawi Dr. IIOFF (Al'f.8VITALI' JitukaonvUl, Es.DR. .
serious will result. The County..
consequences ItKSTOXAXIVK TABLETS: with fr
The Largest and Most Complete
HALL, one blood purifier prominently In the -Ln. CUANCKK.T: : legal guarantee to pernMtnently care I
public eye today Is HovdTa Sarsaparllla. Flraok E. ]leath.sail Ktwlck Lost Manhood Self-Abuse Sexual Weakness Establishment; South.
\ ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Its record of cures is unequalled. Ita K.KnHHltnr. Kxeonton of
Varlcocele: Jorever
stops night
sales are the lartest'111I! the world. A\ the deceased estate of Johu HiMth } Emisstbnn-and an unnatural drains. Bo- .
few bottles of Hood's Sarsaparllla will VS. turns to former emaciated Roy iiiSY..PILLSflaWD.YEIIV. ,
vllle, Florida. prepare you for spring by purifying aad Jose T. Shumo.s.A appearances AL-

outing all the best and strong- enriching your blood and toning and tnt FFIIA VIT h'wlnF been Slat In this seers organs.No-@. Oi D. fraud not recipe titoep- mtv nriiA
.t1. by the attorl' ** the oumplalnuntii. that ..*<.vtI.roreup.
rance Companies. Is prepared vigoratlng your whoJli'ayatem. tha.de.lendautt..JH.e T. Mmiuons: t.. aver tlon. If we could not cure,, we would way ur pulnful -
lines to any amount, anywhere, 21 ye.B.. of age,*"" re iles without the Beat of not send:our medicine Free to try and 4t_by ever fte,O4ie. -
tb U I
"act Coast. WASHINGTON HALL SOLD Florbls.' and I. believed. to **"n. pay when satisfied Write to-day as : beI_erumn.... Name
Oeornim and that there la no one within this mail SI. Sans
state service of a ubi.oenat 1JfM1O whom would this.may not appear again.festflra .. .._. iuae 4o I la
Nit: BAY, DADE COUNTY.: bind_ aid defendl"*: ,rL M I d .. .I4 b' heal
An Early Home ef the Washington Th_. are,. wfore: to coiuumnd' you, the Address: | Medicine Company pRyVER9Elb5'
EWAN Ohiv..e, 1U.
said Jesse T. Slmlna, to appear. the h.rll'a;
U. S. COMMISSIONER. Family lik Durham Counr- oltlc.of thin coat on the laoorporatwL: KALAMAZOO, Mich. Sold by J. B. Soroven, only. _
t Publlo State FIRST MONDAY IN APRIL A Dltllll7,
tary at Large. ty England, Bought for
and answer'hI: bill In due course, otherwise
i Selected; Conveyances made. ::405. the same wRh lie taken BKaumt you 111I eon-
: fed..
ndence solicited. Address
View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove Taking into consideration the. fact with lt Is. directed that thus order be .uhllabell t 1 THIGHEST. I7wrFRUIT TREES
; as tledelay an may be in tAu INDIAN''
Office, Ewan's Landing. that last Monday was, the anniversary of RBVKB ADVOMATK onoe K week for four ooniwuii. ': row
tlve weeks that a copy at the Quart
George Washington's birthday, tub mightbe House door:,"and a copy ensiled to the defendant r Manufactivrers of

ROE w. ALLEN, In order to give a little history In at!l weo Boston: (.. toorgla, bin !W days tnom the date ( ROFIT AND PLEASURE

connection with the ancestors of this I Done and oideiwd at the QUALITY Waive re Doors Sash Blinds.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW I Clerk's offlo..atTttiivllki. ,
famous statesman. ( Heal l ,) Florida this inth day .( r THE POMONA NURSERY

!est, Florida. Last month an early home of the f (,Circuit Court} February A. A. STEWART A: D MuT.' LOWEST ftjcssb MACCLtNNV, FLORIDA. balding and Building Material.

Washington family-a home still earlier
practice In the United States t; bl9uuuH9 clerk Vtaroult Court W" will tell) you w*.* *. putt, snd Office and Warerooms, King, Opposite
ate Courts. OjunOS than that to Northamptonshire Boevard Cowat). FREIGHT HOW to plant It. We have
brought to the hammer. This Is old: In stock e Cull line of everything needed In Cannon Street,

Washington Hall in the county of Divr- THE GARDEN OR ORCHARD

F. H. HOUGHTON, ham England.! Though the dilapidated" Notice.In PfjEPAID Peaohee.XulberrMa.Plum. Oranaoa. Pears and Persimmons Boeee ai* eu>,10 H.a,.. Charleston, S. C.

buthling t and the small plot of ground>

adjoining it realized but .i.OW: the place Circuit Court of the 7th, Judicial Circuit lb THE POMONA NURSERY,.
DENTIST. Is. highly interesting as the ancient seat of Florida, Brevard County,A. D. 1 >J Mc..lenny, flnlda.NORTIIBOUND. Sash Weights, Cord aDd
t of some of George Washington's ances 1m:

tors.Washington In Re. Estate of John Hetherlpgton, Hardware.
a, Florida. is now la. a busy colliery deceased.To .

district,. but it chroniclers has not lest record all its that rural In all whom it may concern: T-:: T.:: dz :Ec::. -.:vve": Y'_ .
FRIES, C. E. : notice that I will to the Honor Window and Fancy Glass
the first half of the twelfth century TAKE John D. Hroonw. apply of Raid court "
William de Hertburne>held Washington at Orlando. Florida or wherever the court And the Indian River Str. "Silver King. A SPECIALTY.
save the church and Its lands in ex- may then be, on
change for llertburne (or Hartburn), MONDAY, TilE FIRST DAY OF MARCH, j.' TITUSVILLE TO KOCKLE1XJE BY WATER -a
1 legally surveyed and sub-divided. near Stockton-on-Tees. Either this William A. IK 189?, --- Choice .

Ing, neatly done. Estimates fords de llertburne or one of his Imme- or court as soon for leave thereafter to sell,.In I order can be to heard pty the by debt.the Commencing Monday, February 1, 1807, the following schedule will bo effect Wines, Liquors

of works. Dls- diate successors assumed the local name, of said estate, the following dewrlbed lands in ive on the J., T. A; K. W R'y and connection by Steamer appointed as shown !
engineering for William de We sln ton Is mentionedas the counties of Brevard aDd Dade, State of below: and Cigars.
f lines a specialty. a witness to charters of the Bishop of Florida _wit, Guaranteed Pure.
That lot in Brevard county aforesaid. ootnmennlnR -
Durham between 12(50-74.( at SOUTHBOUND.Lv .
point or plane sixty feel south of
TAN Brevard Co., FLORIDA. "William de Wessyngton chevalier," the North Fort Capron ditch-,' on the hank J Sold It reduced

had license to settle the manor on himself tlon Indian, parallel River;with thence the nm ditch In eight a we hundred oterly-"ff.o and; Jacksonville\ (J T A: K W) 8 :110 a m 1.11' Hockllll'jte' (Steamer). 7 Oil a m prices

4fl.z: : ,:tea-.dA. :a5an.: : his wife Katharine and his own forty feet; thence north two hundred and ten Palatka u 10 1ft a m Ar 1'U.ullvlllo . 0 40 a nlLv Imported ,
right heirs in 1350, and died In 1367, feet; thence easterly parallel with the DeLand.. 11 40 a in Tltusvlllo (J T 4t K W.101)5) a mAr Tokity Wine.from .
ery section at once to sell staple seized of the whole "manor and will" by above thence mentioned ditch, to Indian River "Sanford. .. u :.1f"pm() ) Enterprise U HI (04 P m't Italy
I to dealers; no peddling; experiencesary virtue of an annual rent of &::4 to the ; direction along to said place river of'In beginning'a southerly Enterprise.. :2 60 p m Sanford 12 66 P m

; best side line. $75.00 a Bishop of Durham leaving another William same being In Motion 28. 34, south of Ar Tltusvlllo. 4 40 p m t' DeLAnd, 312 pm John B. Togni

Salary and expenses or large his sot) and heir, who held the' range less.40 emit And and also containing those iota four acres In, Dade moreor Lv Titusville (Steamer). . 5 00 P mAr Palatka. 4 60 P m ,
ion made. Address,with 2 cent estate by the same tenure. Toward the county aforesaid and deacrllwd lying a* east-half of i Rockledge . 7 80 p m Jacksonville 6 40 P OJ Metropolitan Saloon, 123: East Bay St.,
for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap close of the fourteenth century the direct southwest quarter and southwest. quarter of
anufacturing Company, Cincln- male line expired In yet another William southeast quarter, of section 34, township 89, W. B. COFFIN, Ocn'l Supt. O. D. ACKERLY, Oen'l Pass Agent JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.

>hio. whose only daughter, Dlonlsla, married south of range 44 east. Wholesale aiiil Itetall......
of The A. C. DITTMAn
t Sir William Tempest, btudley. -

will you buy bitter nauseatingwhen manor then passed successively into This Feb. 1,1807. Adm'r.of said. Estate.fubS-20. WEAK MEN MADE V1BOROUS.
Grove's Tasteless Chill other families until it became dividedin Southern .

( Is as pleasant as Lemon Syrup. the last century between the Mus- aI4s-.

"druggist! Is authorized to refund graves, the Lawsons and the Shaftos. Notice For Publication.
oney in every case where it fails to From time to time thereafter portions of Rail"ay. F yt R Qrnpar.
"f.Price, So cents. 23-10-07 the manor were sold, until there remained .-
only the hall and grounds, which LAND OFFICB QAINESVII.LE, : FLA,I
continued until recently to belong to the February 1, Isa?. 801ITE.VHXOT70IH "DAY. r"0A'( ST DAs,
NTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR trustees the Shafto trustees NOTICE la hereby given that the following- ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST .
Musgrave Old!
local named settler has filed notice of his Intention What PEPPER'S NERYIGOR
women to travel for responsible i and Sir Wilfrid Lawson. The to make final proof In support of his claim and It net powerfully I and qulrkly. Cur s when all
bed house in Florida. Salary authority desiring to make a new ceme- that said proof will be made before Clerk of BOOM CABS DINING OA... other fall. Young man 10551
d Position the and resolved Circuit Court at Tltusvllle, Kla., March ID, IXU7, PULLMAN m.nrequveryoutlirul vwnr. 1t.ylstelItaar.
expenses. permanent tery, acquired property vUt: fleorge W. of Indlanola, Fla.. 0.5.5A N un Nerw.a.Ne. Lees Itallty.
ce. Enclose self-addressed to sell the old mansion, with so much of homestead I9,:MI3,HcllUl.ler. .... K of southwest THOB.OUOHTABJE OOAOKXB, VISXIBITLID: : TBAIN8NOETH IaiM *ea> ir.Nightly. f-ja.>leel. tees Pawer.
envelope. The National, Stare the ground as was not required. 3,section 14, township 24, south of range Nta.e.seal ami N5.oft rf.<..of>l sift>arrrw rise or .s.aw..M!!eS !>!
Bldg., Chicago. jan20,97 From the cadets of the ancient house 80 e.lie indl.er f4 names the following witnesses to his neeub.titutai
prove *liit mpussawo onJnttr'mKr'i.'il'm'Jimli'vtijJtii
at Washington were descended the Wash- continuous residence upon and cultivation of EAST AID WEST. rod..on bav.
of Ardwlckle street Yorkshire, said land vI.., John Koch, of MerrlttL. Fla.; ( or .nd me u!
flat do need la the of logtons fl''. Can De oarrled In vat p.Ne.V rr.pid plain wnp..r. .
' you way George Sweeney, of IIldlan..latedk.. AND THE EAST.
traced In 10(10; ; BETWEEN FLORIDA .
whose pedigree Dugdale THREE DAILY TRAINS MI per box an tl for SJS, wise A r.Nova
pes, note and letter heads, bill Bergman of Indlanola, Fla.; Walter Sweeney, rllteai aarSta.N Vera arl.deb.
statements and those of Northamptonshire, ancestors of Indlanola, Fla. New York and Florida Limited,
tags cards eta?
of the first president of the United 26-em J. M.BABOO Register. rzrrtf* d1 1.,.ILL
all be glad to have a share of your Washington and Southwestern Limited,
has been written
Statea. Much upon Sold by J. B. Screren, only.
the resemblance between the stars and And the United States Fast Mall.
stripes and the arms of the Washington, Notice to Creditors.

he Walton Rapid Calking Machine, emblazoned on the tomb slabs In Brlng- OILY' 21 HOUM JAOK80HVILLE TO WASHIHOTOH. se ysass

r ne, |5; No. two, $10; No. three, $15 ton church Northamptonshire I creditors of the estate of Gideon Colon-- OILY 27 HOURS JACKSONVILLE: TO lilY YOKK.4 :. OPRNt.NO1.t .
vllle, FIlL two bars gules.! In chief three midgets THE late of Hrevard county, deceased .........HI TnIa.-.4 eI r...... ....p""ad ...n.._ 81..pID. Carr .otellXa
," with a raven for crest-and It Is by will take notice that the administrator 01 c.r. tiroa gb. wb.a' 'RW .. ......111."iIt re.
this heraldic device that one Is able to said estate ha nggeated the Insolvency of the 1a5 I' .... kl...New fork' sad MM Bee*.

average walking pace.of a connect the Northamptonshire Washing- same Wherefore; said creditors and all person "THE: CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED.

by man or woman U said to be tons with those of Durham. In the baring claim l against laid estate will be required ..... .... .
reign of Henry VIII. Lawrence Washington to appear before me,on or before ..JU YeeMVmledTrelBe. fnmaofcsoavUl*te OaetaMM ... Everett: A. MM!OIIM. .

nty-flve steps. minute. of Warton, Lancashire, a scion of THE: FIRST DAY OF JUNE:, IWT, OILY' 24 EOTJU JACKSONVILLE TO OIHOIHHATL TRADR MARK*.

the old stock migrated to Northampton- and be flle barred.with me their laid claim,or paymentwill OILY 25 HOURS JAOUOHYILLE TO LOUIBVILLB.CUVKUAWO. OMION.

shire, and attained a place of great This Uin day of November 1800.Mlxoa ..... a........ air cmoAGO. IMOIANAPOUa.. DBTaOTT ft. rAUL OOPVMIQMT Lee
Influence. B.Joyce. sad .U fotns Worth ead We ADTOM eeadlnc twmHUltm meevlcslf /
dates from C. B.TTWDALL. County Judge.Administrator. eseerteln, sMsab.tanl MI Inveatlon wprotwblr
The old hall at Washington TO ST. LOUIS. MMntabta. I.aI": MrlctlfeoaSdentfetOldoem
the of the seventeenth century I yennmepeteaU
When you early, having part been built by William WI....*eka*... ... a......A........HmtafllMa .... Holly .Svttaf a. to AAat _tekev Wekera tbrwNlh S MHO WMblnctna Jt Co. aetae.PMvow noel"SOIENTIFIO .

James, Bishop of Durham. It Is a stone I ONLY 36 HOURS TO ST. LOUIS. eairtsl aotloe 1.the
plant seeds, plant structure, with mullioned windows and Ae ..stem OtT wlvk ... ... l+*H 0... AMERICAN,
boldly projecting porches, and a large Funaa ASH I.NosE: R5.111TSpE..5.s Yfere ya i &- O"* dally '..*..... *. keeatlfullv IDeetnted, l...e.S etmlMlea of
outstanding chimney at one end. The cam ...r.vU A e9UIe. t..p She .pLa.d.at15..emsi.-,,..tsme W.OO">-i
iTNH''J.IEALS iH_ eoploeend UUnitBOOK
FERRYSAlways building Is divided into tenements, and'' ( "LAND OF THE SKY." taTUITs seat..... Addrese
doubtless will be used as such by the MUNN a CO.,
latest purchaser Mr. Joseph Dickinson NIA S ..... Mr.N1a. Y M NW. ....*... SaNV N. lfi1lr ./a. sNty r :Ml Hre ....", Hew Vrk.
the a Washington tradesman. .- reed)d Wsasarr....."..e. MeLi .--....-..

Per salet iU AT fwr-Hf> iy. yUrtda Pa.. Alt. $1.West Bay H..at, JfcdaoaTflla. Ha4M.OUL1K > "''- Mi la*

.. M. FIRST a flit. Every man having a. beard should keep BICGESTPLANIN : W..a. TOEZ ., >E. HABDWZOimr <;' Wanted-In Idea d Idly.s.MleMxrD..u" .simple

........ .. It not an so even already and,natural use Buckingham's color, and If It Dye Is THE SOUTH ',,far.,.,.. a. "' "Vsrrsa b. a.. Less ,atlr i b.lr111L1& F'r:=

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! > INDIAN RIVER ADYOCiSTE.-( : "may be very r4oh for farming;

.1 well what else would .he have it CRATES ,

be rich for 1 And his notion of CLOTHIM. :
raising hogs on glass and good
OF THB IMDtAI' BIVB. XIDKWOBTH Best Orates at Lowest Prices
{ AVt>DlRO" VMIt DAY II. nPIOMS.CHA wallows, which he apparently For Write f0,

, thinks i is feasible, is pretty and TOMATO CARRIERS, CABBAGE CRATES

, fi;. H. WALTON, Editor & Pr *IrI.I' .-. picturesque no doubt, but hardly Shoes Hats Underwear etc ORANGE BOXES, BEAN CRATES,

I' Check,etc., may be made l payable ....IJILW\LZII Is not very pleasant to travel in this Also Tomato Wraps Egg Plant,Wraps, Crate Nails, To
: JU WALTON, ptibUnlior and proprle br country, oltlier-on loot, horseback, or by '
1,, I, ---'- --. --. ------ .. .. rail. If you go on foot you start out Biggest :Stock on the East Coast. O. F. P PADDISON Eau Gallia| FIt ,

j r i nice and clean with a long, white sandy )
I I stretch abead of Perhaps will -:0::: ,'
in you. you
THREE women representatives
i I walk a lUBe or two, that being/ about the
: lt' I 111 I the lower brunch of the Colorado distance an average roan walks in a day; 1, :", Ship _

, ,i I legislature voted for the -bill, im. he might go farther, 'but no one does If ; .
, 1 n I posing a fine of$1O on woi Hen-;who unions he lias to on business. The sand Fruits Vegetables hides Skins Etc K
about six Inches deep and > .
is only very .
'' wear high hate at the the ire I I
i'l' '
I'Mil'I soft and penetrating. 'You take Off your
I' I II shoes to find you have gathered enoughof f. To.the Reliable firm of -
I 4 II' the rich .Florida soil to send a.' good : : ,
I wieide .
NO-DISGUACE attaches ;;
i sample to your northern lends. To 'E '' A. O. GANDY & CO.
,'I II among the Japanese. The result ;I travel on horseback or In a carriage Is ( ,,;; ,

i' :. n is that an average of 4,6.00 nen much better, for you.can go several miles -. a: ,'.... Merchandise Brokers and i
and of the 'beautiful
I I 'II 11 and 3,000 women kill the nvsalwes see more I::1
1\\ is 'tibe tfaIi white sand,' and if you are near a liver t I ... '" -I
i I j'' :,l Ii: every year Hanging' \ you could strike some nice black>noU, -: ',. Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission :1'i
Ubut =
t Ii I' I vorite method ; next to is through which you might go if your .," 1. Merely"
i drowning; with the use of Jknhes: horse's legs were long: enough, arid, you *i

: l and swords as, a third. were trso to riding like a Cossack with ;, {{.1 !.. ",K. 10 Bridge Street, Jacksonville, Fla. I
short stirrups or If you were in a. buggy 'i" t a -.o: niCFERENCKS:-State trunk of Florida, linker<& Holmes, Raymond & Knljlit(! Switlien/I t''.
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'Ili Ii and the box didn't leak, but people don't : press Company or any Hallway Agent ot this city.
THE; British Medical Journal (inveighs travel near the water .
i the of -called' "When you travel by rail If you are a 1 ","- .r I --
against use -l1.It.
northerner, will reminded: of the I"
'. I I'' l rice powder for the face'in' the; you WB: DAWSONVlioleHalo :
I snow you have left behind by the nice
? ground of its injurious clients .(}n white sand slowly sifting through the It is a Grave Mistake .

I t t the skin. Some of the rice powders cracks in tiro car and falling in drifts on and Retail
'ii are alleged)) to be no 1 longer your clothes and on the.seat beside you." TO BUY YOUR

I of rice but chuck whil. Here we find the first statement DRESS GOODS.
,f. composed <; ,
y'I { lead, starch and alabaster in varying -- that has a semblance of truth ; it . WINE & I M IERCHANT,!

I proportions is certainly not pleasant to travelon : LIQUOR ,

I foot or by rail and had the Without First Sending to
writer confined himself to this

HAS 'OTHERS SEE US." statement instead of expatiatingupon 1 19 West Bay St., Jacksonville, Fla.1 I

I it, and trying to improve it,

An opportunity has been afforded we should have, been glad to have :. The Surprise Store *iE- Fine old Liquors, Imported and Domestic Wines, Ham, a

us to see our state as other discovered one point on which we

li people see it. The following extracts 1 could agree with him'but the exaggerations Mexican and Florida Cigars
the 1 r
in Semi-
appeared that follow spoil even

1 I Weekly News, published at Mansfield this glimnrering of veracity. ST. AUGUSTINE FLORIDA JF-ITV3E- FANCY Gn.OCERI] 8,;\

i i Ohio on Feb. 9th, 1897 : But the climax of 'untruthfulness ,

"The people of''the northern states \ and the greatest display of FOR SAMPLES of the WHISKEYS from $2.00: () Per Gallon: upwards. I handle no Compound Good."'.'

hardly ever hear anything: .iid: of Flor- i lignorunce is reached as this precious many w8- Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

i iil.i except whore it lauded to the skies : production is brought to a -- you wish to open an account you must give first-class city refereneNew ;
by Homebody who has an interest in the
Kt.ito. We find it very ,different from c'lose. Listen to this,."read, mark, --. .-. -
'", what it is advortlfled to be. We entered learn and inwardly digest" ,(if you NEW AND STYLISH GOODS 1

the state at the northeast corner and can) the amazing statements that 1I
h have come across it Iti a southwesterly
direction! and have had a good chance follow: Fall Goods. I
I to sue about -everything' there is to bu "We have from the fnl'mltr.to thotlch
I !leJJ). poor plantation :
owner, and all of them have,hIlt Is -
From what follows we observe ....
that/ the writer did see all there called Uicy had Florida the yellow tan, which jaundice looks, and as though if you It is the Largest as well-as the most Up-to-Date Store in the State and an An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept it

was to be seen, and a great deal ajro well acquainted with them they will Order Sent or a request for Samples receives prompt attention tho.day received.Proprietor 1
more ; in fact, his faculty for observation toll you : 'lilt was about this time lass. "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HATS ,,
,must be abnormally developed evening I had my chill, I reckon I'd best J. "'i.IJ' ESTES. (
!go in by the lira Bud yet the northern Our and I' II
I prices are very reasonable we are prompt
111 : CLOTHING Etc Ii I
doctors send people here for their ,
I1, "It has bean aid! that this climate I III health.! In the summer months It rains of the Surprise Store, shipping. One can depend to get good value fork" i

one of the healthiest in the world. If every day, arid then no one Is allowed togo money. We Sell to Dealers only. j':
any 'one believes, let him come down anywhere without a pass from the.I1lbr"nl.lno ST. AUOUSTINE, FLA.
Lore and luveittlgate for himself." <. stations. We have traveled Some "Special Bargains" In HATS UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS CLOTHING 1: !

I )Ii If one does nat believe it, from errmndina. on the East Conbt, to Suits and Single Punts; odds and ends of a store recently bought out by us-Atr\ !
I any
Cetliiir Keys on the went, and we ,have while the main line has made
ERtabU.heI'188.1. solute Call addressBENEDiCT
but will take the trouble "in. Bargains. on or V
f Vi not, x me in contact with a single person money It is no doubt the intention of
V", vestigate for himself" by spending who was not nJlt'cted with the sans malarial the committee of the first mortgage POLLAK & CO.,
'il I t a reasonable period t>( time in '1<'loI'ldtan.' : / bondholders to petition the court to order L. BARBOT & CO. .I
i }Florida he will discover that the WALTER S. BIIABFOHR Jr." the special master to sell the main 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fla "

Wo learn of these quarantine line of road separate from the branch _._ ;(
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statement perfectly true, as lines. Commission. i

I many a one whose life has been regulations for the first time! aftera The order for the sale fixes the upset U2 JAMES PBITCIIAKD President; W. M. BROWN, VicePresidentC. : ii
prolonged by residence in the state residence of over ten years in the price at which the road can be sold at S. Schtiyler Cashier. i
can testify. state .(except, of course, duringthe :$!IaitJ.OIIO:><) {> and specifies that the property V"0''"2 U'> y "'" ... U2 U2 -cvGam' :'
t I time of the yellow fever sold will bo subject to a lien of$2,212,000 : C gcd ed O'v W j
epidemic a = 't:>.I) a _
"Wo find the climate to be about like "
the amount of tho first mortgage bonds a a =-/Q-o :;g.d. INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK
), and us to the '"malarialtan d
tho month of March at homo. One day on the entire piopeity. c::> //Q-o
=I w
1 the sun will tdjlno and It will' be very ," it is true that the natives of Various rumors mo afloat as to who rAn '.

nice and worm, tlw next it will rain until Florida are, for the most part of will bo the IJlI\'clIuler-somo) thinking 329 (Incorporated under the Laws of the Sb\teof Florida.) ;
you think there IM going:( robe another sallow but the natural the bondholders others the Plant & 331 POYdras St., .
:flood! and the next (day a cold northwest System or Southern Railway, while many NEW ORLEANS, LA. Authorized capital, $100,000 i,/
of settlers from other
wind will spring up: and Mow great Runs. complexion entertain the belief that Mr. Flngler wlllIecul'O \ 1i Paid up capital, $25,000
The winds must be the 'cool breezes' states or countries Is seldom1 effected ( Tamil Dunk.
the road. However, if tho sale Is REFLREXCK I i
{I that m'e talked\ about, and they are so by years of residence in this not postponed Monday next will tell the : ( Cnuunerclal J\\utroIKlItan| Agencies.Hank. + e Average deposits, $150,000

I cool It makes iv portion put on all his malaria haunted region. tale, and then you will\ hear wiseacres: 1 J
winter clothes overcoat and all unless say, "I told you so." No matter who Transacts a General Bankiii!
There is hut
one thing t surprisesus
ho wants to ho cut to
pieces by them
I ; guts the rood l, we hope it will be for the ,
i for they are more plernl: tig than any we and that is that the writer of \benefit of Titusville\ and Indian River in New York Dental Parlors Business i.)
I' often have in our coldest months and such a mass of misstatements and general I

I sometimes they get heavy and blow exaggerations: should have been Largest and Oldest! Bank the HintExchange u
away houses, tear Uj| the trees and almost l e on
anything elite tint couips In their bold enough to sign his name to A Home for 1 (Utor". .i I
'r )ajd
; wv +.; sold I on all l Foreign Couiitrlci.
\ way. So you MOO they ate 'gentle' ass them, for this is the sort of trash .4IPermanently!- '7 -
'well l cool. There is but I
an no snow,
:I ; that is generally published '
there In an abundance of good:( cool rain anonymously At a meeting of the National: Editorial .l r', a,., 1' DIRECTORS |I E
I i' I, to make up for it, and after it Is over Association just hold in Texas a proposition JLj n T 1 W IJf fir' of JAil.the PRITCIIARD.National Hank'v.ot 11..BA Jacksonville KETT(rrC8lll), J.BUurtKBR "'t|
I i I"" I'"""! "" you can Had ico the next morning on We can 'perfectly understandthat was road from one of the ADVOCATE : (Vlce-Proslflnnt National Blink: 1 ':1 any still\ water; not very thick, but it's a man who has apparently subscribers, His. Jt. M. Sonville, Located.Nearly : v,}? Jacksonville), and' "W. M. linowK. I .
I 'r f 'J there just tiro III mo." "hoboed it" :from Fernandina to of Jacksonville offering 101) acres of opposite State Hunk of Florida. COKRE8POXDKNT8.Seaboard i
That winter weather is land on the Indian River Brevard At No. 11 East _.*, -AV :National Hunk of New York td':
our Cedar : would be Bay Street. .
I 1 I Keys, not very County, for tho home of editors; and a u National Bank of Jackaocvllle. M
Fall i. 'I' changeable, no one will attempt to greatly Impressed' with the rare building site for a family clubhouse anda ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED. 2.. .

II ', .deny, but after all, it is preferable beauties and acknowledged: charmsof hall; I also 40 acres to be reserved fora Vrlcewill. be n. Follows: ..,.. I'CiJYILLIJ, FL&.

,', to northern winters ; though our the state, but when he undertakes public park. In addition sho offers 10 foul' Fillings.... ..... ,....... ..100ftnp' -
cent for all sales of lots of her Other \ ... . .
per 1.3OO IIgs. .. .. /
cold! .no to I.IH)
I snaps are unpleasant and to publish JilserroneotiB ideas acre tract for tho support of the insti 1'111'0. ... .'.'.. ... ... ............' 8,On to 10.(HI
t sometimes do a good deal of damage to the world at Jarge, nnd sacrifices tution. Mr. J. E.: Ingraham general t.III1Setttverybeot l ). ..... ........ 12.00: to 13.00 MIAMI -

y e still they are of short duration truth to the wild desire of being agent and land commissioner of the Irregularities corrected. + .

find tho warm days far outnumber funny, it is then we feel constrained Florida. East; Coast Railway, also. madean B3T":: Your patronage: / solicited.
otter of KiO acres in either t>t. John's I'" A. IIEXLEV, D.D.iS., Jlanagcr. S
the cold For the
l ones. to interpose our objections Volusia Brevard Dade Counties. Phone 071. Jacksonville, Fla.
?iI' benefit of the misguided gentleman to the bol1 o-podge of calumny, or Town Lots &
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I whose visit to Florida has been so falsehood and exaggeration whichhe on Sale arc
$ -Col. II. J. LocklinR,: of X. Dakota
; unsatisfactory, we would explain gives to the world! as the true will Go
deliver a4ccture on "Cuba; and its J.
S. hu
I that nurnorthers" are not the facts about Florida. struggle for freedom" next Tuesday JOHNSON CO.

l "cool breezes that are talked night March 2nd, at 8 o'clock, at the A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For am1S
\ 1 about ;" the cool breezes which are Presbyterian chinch. Colonel Locklinsr Manufacturers of Laithe

i t one of the great charms of Florida Sato of the J., T. & K. W. U'yAn has lately visited Cuba, and speaks from ....Fishing Supplies.
occur in tho summer when the 15 personal experience. Admission, 25 and ... Mrs.. Julia D. Tattle
fonts, one-half of tho proceeds to ho ,
poor northern .sinner is broiling be. announced In List' week's Anvo- for the benefit of the church. The ladies

1 heath the merciless rays of u c.VTK, thu above sale is expected to take of the church will servo refreshments. CHOICE
}., scorching sun, or dying of sun. place: on Monday next. BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn am
'\"Iuthl"llSmith./ clialrumu of the
''',l stroke by day, and restlessly toss eoutmitteunppolutud by the holders of WANTED FAITHFUL MEN oa all parts of the. Town. Carefully Selected BaGo

ing on his couch all night in. the tiro first mortgngo: bonds to represent to travel for responsibleestablished Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope ,
;: 1'' vain endeavor to obtain n tewBnntch,8 tho bondholders, and DouglesH h. Gordon house in 1 Florida. Salary Corks Leads Twines Etc. Fishing Fruit and Vegetable Lands on ','

at of troubled and a member of the committee I , refreshing In Titimvlllo on Tuesday to i.upoct cnt. Kefercuce. Enclose solf a.l.tressed\ Lines Rods, Keels Sinkers, Baits etc. 1\1:1I1.111.i: ]; 1''e1. mid Bny Bi cnJ-"Jlc.
-t 1 sleep. Nor was u "north stamped envelope. Tho : TAltl'OX .-
I the railroad property National :Star T.ICKI.K A 81'KCIAI.TT. Correspondence Solicited from
i4 er" ever known to blow away The comet Ittee, consisting. Wlnthrop Insurance Itldg., Chicago. Actual Investors and Settlers.

houses. What few gales we have Smith Douglass II. Gordon, Alfred S. Baltimore !Mcl. Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA.

j -and they are few and far between Elliott l\nllIl'ury X. Paul, was appniut- :Notice Fur Publication.Land I ,
cd! September 30, 18Hd.) and the holdersof -
-occur during the period of the llrst mortgage bond, deposited Notice For Publication. ,
the equinox.: That ice is occasionally with the committee bond to the Office .J.Jt
amount at Gainesville
Fla. ) t
I found in still waters, in exceptionally of :1,277,000 out of the total Issue of February 13: 1807. J Land Office at Gainesville, Fla. ) Daytona .'..." ........ :",." .'.., .Ji i

i Iad. cold weather, is true, 91,5110,000. The bonds. were Issued under I. hereby given that the following- February 15, 181)7) J{
but winter after winter often and secured by the first mortgage: on NOTICE.. settler him tiled notice of his Intention Is. hereby given that the following-
passes the railroad property bearing date, of to muke flint proof In support of his NOTICE settler has tiled notice of his. Intrn-
without sufficient cold to cause the rl.il.n, and that, .nalil proof will be made before tlon to make nnnl .
March 1,1831 I. and made to the Mercantile proof In support of his Sale
Clerk Irctitt court at Tltusvllle, Fl*., on April3rd claim and that said proof will be made Livery & Tran'sferStables.THE
before J
water to coagulate. Trust company of New York city. ,ls97riat! Henry A. ureler, of Canaveral. Clerk Circuit court at Tltnavllle, Fla.I on April .
"The soil may be 'very rich' for farm Besides the mortgage of :$1,50(1,000( on I Flit.,Hot.neiiteaafait. for the lot 4, section a: 3ril. 18U7, Tim: Edward Johnston, of Nathan; ina., ,
l we"t-half southwest section ,
the main line of the quarter anilnorthwest Homestead 23344, tor the lot 6, section 1, towisblp .
J. T. & '
K. W. -
but R'y
Leg, for else it Is quarter or northwest
anything useless quarter section 33, south
range 87 east and lots e, 7 FINEST .
there are bonds outstanding the :29 l > 'ia' tooth 37 east.He and 8, TURNOUTS AND CAREFUL
unless you could make glass of the sand on At townnb.li ; raniie' scrtloa e. township M,south nag 38 east. DRIVERS.
and lantlo Coast, St. Johns and Indian River names tae following. witness to prove his He names the following witnewm wr
raise hogs on the rest of It, for It continuous M.ldlln.. and cultivation of. to prove his Hauling, Carting, etc. Horses boarded
would branch to the amount of :.JJOOOO; and continuous residence upon and cultivation of. and a Genera) Livery Business TraD
make Milan, acted.
good wallows for that kind said land via < Henry of (Canaveral said land via N. N. t-eniy, of : Charges reasonable. All orders
ftt animals." bonds of the Sanford: Lake EI1It1. R'y Kla.; Arthur Franklin: of Canaveral Fin.t E.J.| K. J. Pnttorlns, of Canaveral I JiathanVFU Fla. W. ; Fifty miles of roads for will receive prompt and careful attentlo
H driving and .
amounting to i'91t100..As these two Pnntorlus,of Caitaveral. Flat W. H.Pnacorlns, J't..tortua, or Canaveral, F4.( (henry A. Disler., riding. \
t 7'he'v! Jter/ admits that our soil branches have been of CatM.raI,I1a. of Canaveral '

constantly losing FIa.J.'M.
J. M. B. tCO, Bcociat.ev: PELUCIER- Proprietor.
.e.q. ." BARCO.: Register. Take the Yellow hack, Third. Avenue. f .. '

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S. K. Bailey and wife, of Rhode Island ASK the
Williams & Cott and E. II. Bishop and wife, Long Island bilious G. G. SPRINGER
are also guests of this house. a (ufTrrcrt ver and, victim UKUO, thimrrrurlnl of

Cocoa's comet band in naphtha # dlxntei

holesale Fruit and'Produce Commission Merchants.... launch glided slowly down and bad covered: health how they onl,r cr.: Retailer and Of I
Manufacturer Shipper
along Kockledge front Monday evening ful cplrlu and (food
playing some of Its sweetest selections appetttgthetskivwaltell;
65 South Broad St., ATLANTA, GA., .. you by ,
much and
The was enjoyed ai More I.IVk.H HI.OWLA -
predated by the Kockledglros, who will e TOR.
0z ein11 nnt.l DOll1.Cpstic; h1 llifhl.!! keep their ears open for a icpetltlon. ICE AND

Tb. ChMpc. Purest end Beet Family
A "wild west" show of smnll pre- Medicine In th. World I

ABLER FRUITS tentlons was given upon the streets For DYSPEPSIA CONSTIPATION, tann.dice .
here \Monday afternoon. Wild Jim ,lIo'UtattoekaSICK{ IIKAUACHKCollo,
_flng Beans. Oranges, Drpremiion of Spirit/ SUUK hiOMALIIHeartburn .
|ulHlower.raCelery.. Bananas with flowing locks, broad hat, and other etc. This unrivalled remedy it- DistilledWater
Grape Fruit trappings, exhibited his skill as a very; warranted not tu contain K ainula particle of
: luinerul. substance, but lii
Cumbers. Lemons accuinte marksman, which was the only; MEKCURY or any
Limes part of the performance worth mention >uuiiw.viuirrAiiiE, Ice
ffliatoes.hts Refrigerators Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
Peaches ing. The outfit left by schooner for containing those Southern Roots and Herbs ,
Cabbage which nn all-wise 1'roviilenio has plncol In
ash Pineapples, points further' south Monday night. countries where Liver DiMMtHpa. most firevAil
'Potatoes.g Strawberries It will cur. all Dl"......" caused by Oor.nl
|w The following party of Atlanta peopleare FACTORIESCocoa
mont ol the Ivrr and Bowel
Plant, Grapes registered at the Indian River: Mr. The hYMPlUMb at Liver Complaint are a and West Palm Beach. .
>aragug. Cocoanuts.cnENOES' and Mrs. Tanner Will and Henry Tan- bitter or bad taste in the mouth; Pain in tin

I-Thlr" National Hank Atlanta, Gal j Oco. 1':. Johnson CRnrlvIfA'! ., Atlanta ner; Anthony Murphy and MlssMmphy. Back Fides,; !our or Joints btomacht,often nilHtuken hate of for Appetite KheumatiHin - -- --- .. -- -- - .--
our racking Co., Atlanta Oa.; lieu. At. Taylor W. S. Duncan &: Co., Atlanta, Ja. Also Mrs. S. J. Buice, and Mrs. A. Hun Howelift alternately COHIIVO cud lea' ; Ilentlathe'
seeker, Philadelphia E. M. Lender and Loss of Moinoiy with. pnmfnl sensation; ollmvln ,
; >{ fiulLd to tlo enmethmgwhich ought SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS.
-- -- wife Pa. M. I". Walsh Newport
I Miamokln ; have been done; Debility; Low JtplrlM, a thick
K. I.; Mr. and Mis. G. F. Ellis and yellow appcarnni of the Skin and Eyes( a dry .
Banyan. Mr. and Mis. :-.'. PoulHon Brooklyn.The Contfli oaten mmtiiken for Coimuniptlon.bonictinen .
| Inn nY of these .tnlltlma| attend \ 1 ,. .
but lime Lives ItomlcValentin0amidItofnme' padklparhums.: Muxkmelon, I Irk per lblurniii
beds of honey flower and nistur: thediaeeseatothersvery the of the few disease, and if not Wax \'HI'liitlt'H a.;!I1" .Ilk1. "
R. C. Creech has several lemon treesIn Hum\ that border! the well-kept walks 01 IS Regulated irvucrntlv In lime* rent rent HufleruiKt" wiitclied. squash. . lure"' I'.r Ih. IVuil ;\1 III It IAn |per Ih., frt.imld Snn./ per Ib"Un
iuiniilwr, ,. 0 ',, Alinjo
hR \ Tolmi'eo BcnilH imported
full bloom. the Hotel Indian River grounds, are ness. and Dt-ATH will l ensue.'lime umuetnod. eat 1'nnn. .\III..rl..n'omlt'r.. $4.ixl per 1m. Htmk *l.()Kipor|"in., $IO .per. Mi.TolitHun e
1ar tOY Prices for boons are advancing. Some basking, nil abundinco of waimth and follow virtues intc of highly Minimum Liver I''r.on..l.KeKU'iiton' i>tlH, 'rimrlv vnrlt'ili'K, a,.00' .... Pin, frrmut I->'vtir AOifix ems) ? ?
sunshine and send forth wealth of to the Corn, Ih'lel. all varieties i tIIII" MmmutritTnbneeo. Tau/ per ox. ., 7,(Ml "
sales a : Gen.1.. S, l Holt Pros. lia. S W. K, R Co: ; \(ey.J.
have leached $t,CO) this week. sweet perfume and delicate coloring. K. Foidert. Perry do,; Col. 1C: K. riimrk, *. AI.bsny Wiiturmulonii" Huirar. nil vuriotlim. Illl"! : Mamil'K; Lemur lolHiriMm' 4110 per i>.., 4.(Ml "
411\1. 111. I
Ua. 4. hlnstersonEsq. Mientl Uibb C: per ,
Large Moves of robbins have beer which must clntlnstshapl In tho eye }hon.; ,
I $ mens.
coming; south ho I past few days. of the tourist with the biuak outdoor Gal"We have tented I"rtlv; tel "*, personally, and tST BIIIK! for prlco, lint to
scenes so lately left in the noith.Hatiy know thnt for DvBpapnlo, IJlllouiiiionn{ and L.. CAMERON Seedsman,
John MrHIator has sold his crop of Throbbing Ilendat It i la the best mediUna" the
125 East
oranges to Mr. J. W. Meulll, who Is now Kyei-'s': latest alligator{ hunt, world ever saw. Wo tried forty other remedies Bay FLA
bNG shipping them.Messrs. which took place Monday just belownOnllVel1tnl.tJ. before Simmons Liver Regulator but none gave
POAKIN UK mora than leinpoinry relief but the Rotrulii'cr -
result,l In the cnpluie of not onlv r< lieveil, but: rurod ua.-" hu,
ir and Booth bid eleven
iper six Iho of which 'ELbdHAI'll: AND MKS- 'jtlltol', neio loadih
boxes of bonus stolen of -
out their
pack sold to bo mounted and carried north aiFloilda M\ ,'ACI;rcau0 ONLY IIV A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.
ing house on ISatm.dny.nlght last. soiivenhs while tho sixth wall J. II. ZLIL-IN= *, CO., Philadelphia, Pa.slblo. .

All along the coast the ADVOCATE sent to a party in Jacksonville. A )party -

may now be seen. It is on sale lit of eighteen tourists accompanied! MrEjer \ -- -. .- -- ("The( Ideal Fertilizer "
:: : -1 Pineapple
all the news stands of the. Florida East also Mr. liossltcr, who photo An the property interests lopio ---- ,

''OWDERIbsolutely Coast Hotel System. giaphed the group, together with the seated was small \\o trust no harm wax
:::JrJ.co :OO :J'or Ton.
game, in its wild suitoundlngs.The done by the fall mo to meet
R. C. Cieech has icccived some true
Pure. Cuba! tobacco>> seed front Dr. Do'\'lIt largo pallor of tho Now Rock GUAItAN'I'LI:1) ANALYSIS :........

Webb of bt. Augustine, which he will ledge wan filled to Its utmost capacity Sebastian."Old MoiHltiio ",' ,.. .8 to 10) lor Cent.

thfllln"ted l for. Its. Assures grant leavening. the fluid strength against: try to raise this year Sunday evening, at tho weekly service Ammonia, . . . . . .lLg! to 0 II "

I nil forum of adulteration common tibrands. Mr. J. T. Stewart and family are on of song At Its close Mia. A. Hunsecker, riioHplioilo Acid . . ,Ii to fl II "
of Philtdelphia was urged to give a floated to the breeze at
MAKING 1'OWUnil CO., New York. tile Island at present. They havo a selection which she did In Potuxh (Actual), . ,41(I to 8 II "
a gloilouilonditlou this place on the :.!211l1Inst.
host of friends who sympathize with Mado hunt Cotton' S of Soda lllood
H M B \ of "The Lord Is mybliepheid, oxilnxlvely HiIjfht "I'IIl\rl'al. Nitrate ( Mono-
MI them la the los of their property by' which ,gave,: the psalm in full. lh'II.Hllnllol'kcr Uov. S. F. Govo was in town this week Dissolved IMioKpluile, Flno limiml 'l'ulll1l'lo11111.:;\ niul hnlphalo of 1'otanh.

the.Mr. Is tho solo voico of the First Chan SeijoantHon, of Hobo Sound was JOT" Willo, for dlHTtloim( for lining and fuither pai'tlculaiH! ; also musk for
'Melbourne. George F. Ensoy has mango trees Presbyterian church of Germantown Pa.,, hero this week. copy of "1'nonomlollll"I'I.tllh:11l1t: for Fin" It," Wo -imy a huge stock of nil KoitlHror
that are loaded with bloom at his beau and is thoroughly fitted to sustain that Matin'lal' Cotton iteod 31on11'obneen ])UMt),, Pntnitli, etc Wilto for pikes be-
C: OOODK.Real Estate and, Ix>ann. tlful homo In '1'roplc.Va question I If ollico before the most ci'It leal audianee. The school children enjoyed a holiday Porn buying \Vo nook Ito (growers,: trio hi diioct.
for Etna: I.inilim and. iveipool and there is another bearing tree lu the on Monday.
(and Imperial Fire Iimurutiee.. Specinn & TOOMER Fertilizer Co.,
> paid to tho Interests of non rest. country. Keep your eye open for that young
The Fertilizer Florida
House of
Several bids have been sent In for finest display of goods along] the East man from Texas ,

carrying the mail from Banyan to Tropic Coaat. (assoitment Is so large and Mrs. Lawson Ilowaul visiting filends Jacksonville, Fla.FreclJ .
fCAnLErOV, MELBOURNE }'I.A.- six times a week. If this route is es varied that we can supply you with at Stuart.
situated Sigh blulT over.
(Tully the Indian River.on a Flntt-clos* aicomUIIH tablished It will give Tropic a much better anything you nerd. We make a specialty .
and raton rennoniilile.I. ,service than it now has. of supplying yachting parties.PAxToN Ilornoo .Tones made n hasty trip to
KOUEKTSO3T rroprlctor. TituHVllle, Tuenday.
& HAICII Rockledge. 1 k. S. Morse
Steam and willing yacht are plentifulon xx
YOU CAN FIND the finest line of Fish- the river ,
niiirtnln Height Melbourne, Inen ing Tackle ever brought to Indian
r on to the 11Il Uo. For terms ml MRS. K. W. CiOODh.: fall to call and examine this fine stock. this week. :eE-6..L E T..A.I'J'E.: ,

PAXTON & HATCH Hockletlge.Wavefand. Capt. B. Hogg/ left on Tucsdiy, for the The racer Nlido of Cocoa Is here In .
Carleton has a goodly] numbers Bihnmas to pilot Capt. John Siniormon's command of "Llttlo Hob." :l\4X.A.l\4X: : :Dado 00., :J1'WLOE1.XDA: ,

and among them some real schooner E. C. Lawrenee which had a
From now on, Hio. Lawson will educate -
s. pleasure party aboaid. AGENT FOR LANDS OF .
his daughter; at homo, who having u u. --_
Stanford of Albany, N. Y., Is The 1<'. E. C. L. pnycnr passed through graduated at our public school.
hero with his sister, at her ele- Our little town is improving, and new hel'e. Tuettday afteinoou.Mr. Florida! KiiHt Coast Hallway Company,
elected. It Is reported that the lumber for the
me on the bin 11.a buildings are being and Mrs..1. Tyler have left for a dredges for tho C'inclnnatus Farina U on Florida Coast Lino Canal 1 .>, Tiatmpoitatlon Company)

lime citron and guava trees The community was very much Saddened few dajtt' visit to n()( klodge. the way. ItoHton A FIu'lolIAtJlnlio, Coast Lund<1 Company
at Fountain Heights. Quire List Saturday by the death of the
oom of trees have and little child of Mr. and Mia. Edwnids Tho weather the last few days has The yachts of the Cllbcit's liar Yacht

[it er on guava them. green We extend our warmest sympathies to been very dose, but It l is splendid for Club pavmul lions Tuesday, on tholr way

the bereaved patents. pineapples and truck fauneis.Theio to Molboiiine.
The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
tho on the
i keep up 'Tin hard to break the tender end was an entcitlinment at the Tho beautiful schooner yacht Kalnor,
liver beacon lights, as you will When love has bound the heart; ,
touched hero southon
Methodist church to colelirato of
on Monday: Dayton, going
nty to support you. It seems aliat TiK hard', .no hard to speak, the words
they were ever removed. "Must we for over part." Washington's birthday, a large: WeilnoHday. E. S'UDLO"'VV': Ctoxx'lI.ATK : :Mttincgor.: :

DearoHt loved one, we have liUI l thee number being in attendance. The sing- 1) 1<'. IIiudiHty Fritz Light and K
IVf, P. DuBoso, of Suwanneo, In tho ,'ell"efuljlr"ve'a embrace; ing and recitations\ were very good.E. Pitching visited the land of the latterat ( : CHAl'MAX: & SU1)LO\V.)
left fast Thursday much to thef lint thy memory will lie rherlHheil
his friends. lIe hopes 'Till we BOO thy buuveuly. towe.mr C. B. Tyndall and party, In a yacht Duck Point, Wotinesdl Y. South Jacksonville, Florida.
e again to his pretty home at were aground on the banks on tho their mat Orange; and pineapples are "blooming -- MANUFACTURER OF -
shore for a day. They were on
f elbourno. home and from liidlcattona tlieic
need job printing we pieaont
:: you any to Melbourne.f'npt. .
JHlon are out for ft fancy dress shall bo pleased to get a share of it. will Ito a good cion of both. For Pineapples Oranges and
Joo Smith Is pleasant
t Hotel Bellevlew on Tuesday VV, K. liar.lee returned to Eden thin ,
|t, Match 2nd to be given by Mr to town. week to look after bin pineapple plantation -

C. J., F. Campbell. A grand Rockledge.Judge at that place, "also his Interests Vegetables and Dealers in Every Kind of Raw Material

[ooked for as anything; given at IF YOU NEED aGood. Reliable andWidelyread at Jensen ((1)) ,

B law never fails to provo n big :M. S. Jones, of Tltusville, was the AHVOCATE.Newspaper, Subscribe for 'TheMlHHCH Amy and Edith Kitchlng, Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc, Also

,,1 in town the early part of the vioek. left on Tuesday for Stuart to attend a ,
Monday afternoon the ladies' festival In aid of tho church at that Tho I'L.mous IlarCl-Timosi: Dran.CLA

lub played a* matched game J. H. Stephens representative of the Vero. place.It[ IlIl1lnnll,1 to B per cent j

d Irwin and Mrs. M. Ellis won Plant System was In town this week. States Available TlioH.. Acid. ,(II I to H per cunt > Por lf4 li.Ti.OO( I'er Ton.
tlmo that the ITnltoJ
and Mrs. Dr. Brown andlas. of Is high rutimli K C.If to 7 cent )
prize, Dr. and :Mrs. Chambers Georgiana, took: a hand In tho affair. which me taking per
Campbell the second. A were In Uockledgo on a shopping tour E. J. Tiaynor, of White City was In place In Cuba, when such men its Highest. Commercial Value given; our brands In the List Itullctln. \Vilto for
wd watched the game, whichd Monday.Mrs. town this week and reports pines look- Sylvester Scovel and others ate thrown TrlrcH. Orders for 2: tons and ujiwaidrt for our brands. will be delivered fee! .f nit
on the pretty grounds of thetr Ing well. charges to inllroad depot on the Kant Count at catalogue 'Iron) until.
lIotell\lelbourne. Jas. ?Mitchell of Cocoa; :Mrs. A. Into vile prison and not allowed to comnunlcato freight any pi
( W. Bale and Mis. O. F. Duren, of Titus- C'apt. White and son Frank, of Butliel with their filendn.! Aiiu-ilciin further notlio.DUREN.

irne Is one of the gayest townst ville, were visitors hero Monday. Creek house of refuge, weio here one citizen are dying every day In Cubit at . ___ ._ ... __ h _
Coast and society people have day last week. They say the station Is the; hand of the hpanmids. Thin I III not
j this week. There is no time Horace IT. Jones, of Sebastian, was a to be discontinued after ApI.Il.Ca the case: with the subjects of Great & FEASTERGROCERIES
(to get dull or blue ere-always visitor to relatives at this place and City Britain. ......
1 of amusement goingon; either Point, the past week. pt. J. C.V IlIl1ey has gone to Eau
> Melbourne Beach social, Rev Father O'Boylo was down from Gallic In the little steamer (I. A. C. The wedding, ( of Otto Propger, 'of San FRUITS & VEGETABLES, Florida and
Tex. aoI1\IIKM Annie Jll1I'dcKty.of ,
Antonio ,
His, gun shoots baseball, fish- held divine service at the
Titusvllle and Jerome stopped over night
liming, sailing, rowing and card house of G. Gingraa, Sunday moining. with his friend Chan Gilford. He la on the thl\\' ek.place It, will will bo take tho place swell at event the residence of Western Meats of All Kinds, Crockery Glass "; Tinware.
So allal.o happy.E. his from Miami to LaGrange. Your patronage Rollcl,, .tel.
II. J. Smith and his interesting,: family way of the biido' parent, SItlll.tlaymorolng.
Washington social held atBe started Tuesday\ on a cruise down the 1>. P. Gibson arid son Paul of Iloso- After the ceremony, tho happy TITUSVILLK, rr.OlUDA.

house !last Friday evening, river In their launch, to be gone) two or land, were In town on Monday.We couple will leave on the noitbboiind
pat success. Over sixty were three weeks. train for tho went.
pnd all admired the beautifulal'ranltcd certainly think that wo have more "
i so nicely over the Fred Fell Peter Bogner and Bein- mosquitoes than any place In the known E. ::se. .Dz" &;, SRO.

hard Ernest form a jolly trio of I'hila- woild. .
Ming Jessie
dining room by
i the centre of a large flag; delplilans, who are at the Plaza\ to spend! Malabar. Groceries, Grain. Hay, Garden Seed, Fertilizers, Staple & Fancy Groceries, Fruit
tore of time and are enjoying life to full has tobacco .
George Washington some Tho AIIVOCATK some
g -
And Food Products of nil kinds. Grain fay, Bran, Cotton Sued! Meal Ground
U ,: It and at some fifty other est extent. seed, to give away to Its leadens. Call C. W. liolton attended the regatta; at In
IIOIIKO Indian Hlver dealing excliinlvely
Food nnd Wheat. We are time only Oil
eel lhet.t:re hung pretty little white The steamer Courtenay, after receiving and get, some, or Mend stamp to pay the Melbourne on Wednesday. tho above line of good We Invite your corrcupondunce and solicit your pat onaflo.
works of made
sweet art
byr some needed repairs upon the dry J postage. Geo. W. Wanhburn U at hilt honin lucre E. L. UKADV A 1JUO. 1'ltuHVllle. Fla.
truly ,
Mrs. Mosher and Miss Tup- Tltusville has resumed her Very ,
dock at for the lemilmler of the season.

i given to each guest or memo usual run between Eau Gallie and __ _._ __ __ __ __. _._ u. ____. _
| society. As each one arrived, Roseland. Albert Cm roll IK at bin homo hero thin .
Winters ushered them Into week on account of sickness.Mrs. .
to be introduced to Georgeha T. W. Davis and :Miss Davis, her THE DECANTEJR.Lesley .
attractive daughter, and Mrs. M. W. Miss K. Cain has gone to Micro for a J. F Chase wan In town one day
Washington-Uev. E. W. =':=
George and Miss Annie E. Wagner, of Bradford, Pa., who were stay of several weeks. this week from her iliarinlng homo at

J Martha dressed and powdered guests at the Plaza last winter are there Col. D. I'. Gibson hn* benn planting Bay: View.: c<& Renalser

lonial htyle. The following pio- again for a stay of some weeks. tomatoes on the peninsula: opposite his c. F. Worm wait a visitor at :MalabarIelght ,

leased)uet American all : the Mrs A. J. Canova wa a passenger on river place.Dempsey. : on /Sunday.C. Foreign and Domestic Brands .of Wines, Brandies, Rams Gins and Whiskies{

fandingo- the Nassau limited Saturday, for :Miami Cain, jr., recently killed a F. Wolf, of .J I'nll/'n, wa a guest of .
*ud Powell and Annie E. Goode. where she will spend! several week with catamount which weighed over iiOlbs. 11. C. Starck amid family several day - Bottled Beers, Ales: and Stont. -

fete I Robertson-Suwannee, E.Itlver. W. Butler Mrs. Ilor-and there Capt. with Canova his, launch who l I",pissing Anita. the season and measured four feet from tip to tip. last week. A First-class Lino of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool Tables.

Conkling. T. S. Drake, president of the I'eba'ltlan! E. P. Branch, cashier: of the Melbourne Family and hotel trade U iiollcltod. Prompt and careful attention given to mail
|lon-The Great G. W.-CUr- Dr. Hnshlett's patient at the Plaza River Land A: Improvement Co., arrived State Hank, wan bore last week looking order Cash must accompany your order.' LOHLEV:: fc: UEXAKKit.lltusrllla.
er. Mr. Child, who came from the north In Koseland lout week. at some piuperty.W. .
g-The Little Hatchet-:Mrs. L. some weeks ago with grippe and whose
here In butguests P. Arnold male a bUlllrleKIl trip to
vood. life was despaired of, being very aged Mosquitoes arc plenty,
Duet-Spanish fandango the Is fast recovering under the good doctor at the Inn say that we have lens Melbourne on Saturday. THE JOHNSON LAW CO.

Innie Goode and Maud Powell. treatment, aided by our salubrious than at other points where they have Mm. C. W. liolton visited relative at .

Washington's Birthday climate. topped. Grant one day thin week.

onkling. Mr.: and Mrs.; A. J. Koons and ion :Messrs. Todd and Grezenbach of New Geo. M. Phillips, of Melbourne, WM Electrical and '- Machinery: Sopplies.MANfFACTCIlEKS .
tte-Columbia, Gem of the Frank, took a very regretful leave of Rochelle, N. Y., are topping'' with Mr. here on Saturday.
Urs. Horton, Miss KoberUon, tockledge on Monday, for their borne In Drake at Trilby cottage. Mr. Todd Is a AGE!: TII roil
tier and Herbert Conkling. New> York. They have occupied rooms partner In the Sebastian River Land A :Mrg. C. W. BoRon has'l Issued Invitations -
Lock wood March 1 In honorof High Grade Machinery, Card Electrical Apparatus, Eddy Motor and
Dial request, Mrs. : 10 the Palm Cottage for three months mprovement Co. for a dance on ,
bert of Lincoln.! Much creditf. which time Master Frank her huiband'a birthday. Generator, Warren Altrenator IIornaby-Ackroyd oil engine, Morse, WIlliams ,
Winter for hi. part of thee. past, during Several of the resident of this place Co. Elevator. .UPKCIALTIVAt Klm-trlo' l'.nl1 Sewing machine motor, Dental motor. IronClad
steadily gained In health. I pent part of Thusday, the 17th Insto, In R. A. Conkllng and wife also daughter Blow speed Multlpolar Motor for beavtmt }' work, Improved ttnownt ., nfway equip-

Prof and Mr J. V. Standish, prominent Sebastian trying to find the tax assessor, and niece, Miss Emma Yowell, of Till- .,UHMltrn In dmifa sad coiutruclloo. Fully cuaiantcaU. and prlCM right.r. ,

be lOo. each $1.00 100 at people of G le bnrg, Ill.., arepending who waa la Roceland at the time trying man, spent Sunday here, guests of C. C. > BISHOP, Manager. JACKSONVILLE:, TLA.'
OC.A.TB office.; per ; come time at Wbite' Cottage. to ee aa many of the residents a* po Carroll and daagbUr. Sal .room.Bl Wnt Forajth. St.,Repair Shop,2029 Main S,. \IJ I/) .'.

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Yarlettos of the Popular Bolei..-Hew to New York
Florida Open December
Mali* a Coraelet. FOR SCROFULA. ton.
Philadelphia and Bo
: Blouse bodices, in the former sense of from Brnnswlck Oa. direct to New York. ...... is on Merritts Island.....
t'. the word, are DO longer worn. The bodice Since childhood, 1 have been Balling ( ORMOND.BY.THE.SEAFLORIDA.
r. wbtch carries off the hnnors of the Reason FA88BNGKK 8KBVICE. Four Miles North of Rockledge. >
.: 4a that of which the bolero forms a conspicuous afflicted with scrofulous boils and Via Fernandlna, F. C. &: P. Rv, and Ciiinlierlanil Itontel LvFernamiinal.80pmj .
LT Jacksonville 11 MO ami;
", bolero acres, which caused me terrible LT BifiO p OIl .
part. The short comingAofra I Ar lirunswlo S.30 p m. l>aily exceptBlviaBiVerett
just over the bonoin, In worn as a portion suffering. Physicians were unable LARGE Sunny rooms, all looking on
I all rail, F. C.'It P. Ry, and So. lly. Lv fit...An/* ,
of the and be of velvet In-
, to( help me, and 1 only grew worse Brunrwlok 7.ao AND
, erusted with lace or buniled ornaments of iiatlne 9 80 a m; Lv Jacksonville 4 00 1> in i Ar Indian River. Good home table. DRIVING
board fur Thursdays
. under their care. p m. Dally, Passengers allowed on Bui'per
rillc covered with applications or of goods Pure soft drinking water. Sailing/:, rowIng Specialties at Ormond.B3T
I At length 1 began
like the reat of the co tlllno. There are boleros PROPOSED SAILINGS
that are open In front, others that to takeAVER'S LT.New York,Pier 21 B. R.,3:00.11.01, Standard Time.) I
eloae with three or four decorative buttons Friday Jan. 15.i...........COLORADO........ ................ ....Irr..lay.. J" at trains at Cocoa, and transfer
and have a high, flowing collar, and still Frlliay. Jan. 22. a guests SEISER & YINING
I others that cross on the bosom and fasten rtilayj Jan 29.COLOKA1K)... .Frhlay/eb.12 them to and from house free of charge. : MaufnORMONDBYTHESEA. :
Feb. RIO
FrIday. B
at one side. So little material 1* required Sarsaparilla, and .Friday,Feb. 19
Friday,Feb. H. day
Rates: $1.5O per ,
for one of these little garments that there
,very soon grew bet etc., to railroad agent or toA.
For Itt'nerallnformatlon, tteamers train* .ratal apply any .
Will almost always be found among the ter. After using .P. MUllPHV, Agent, Fernandlna Ffa. ('"AS. DAVIK8 Aeent,2So W. Bay Bt.Jacksonville. $8.OO per week.
left over pieces Of a gown fragment* large H. H. RAYMOND General Southern Agent, Brunswick Ga.
enough to make one which will serve to half a dozen bottles C.H.MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20, E. River and Broadway: )', N.Y. Address: -

, rejuvenate the oo tume. 1 was completely G. W. SCHUYLER,
j Wide belts and corselets. of snrah taffeta, cured so that I have not had a boil Fla. Park
faille or soft velvet are as much in vogue or pimple on any part of my body Oa.6.: : s. :e LCtM1: & oo. Cottage
a* the bolero and very often accompany .
It. The goodi must always be employed for the last twelve years. I can DEALERS IN --

I ebllquely-that Is, cut on the exact: bias, cordially recommend Ayer'a Sarsaparilla IPIXI.O: v'l.n.es: an. I. JL-lca.-d.ors: Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. West Palm Beach
which allows It to stretch to the figure, as the very best blood-puriQer Florid]

.)Iotb edges are hemmed, and a piece of in existence." .:.. O. T. UEINHART \ Kt! 417, 419 W. Bay St.,

Myersville, Texas. ,' JACKSONVIL2. '. FLA. Hotel Geneva (Opposite Hotel Royal Polnclnna)

RICH WINES create good, rich hsal- -
-, thy blood. Don't make the mistake or ,
VVl buying sour poor wine because it Ischeap Located on the Lake Ftont. VeraniJ
; LI'iiiT vl\S / It is not. It has a nasty, disagreeable ,
AYfw8 "N D effect upon the system, while a Cor. Forsyth and Cedar Bts.,
'":- __ /good wine is really not expensive, and overlooking beautiful Lake Worth.
"'"""-- Elves you that pulled-together, solfsatlHfled Jacksonville Fla.
FAIR oF. *
t tyWe make a Specialty of North Carolina Rates: $2.00 to $3.00 per cl.iy.
Mountain Dew Corn: Whiskey, three Modern Improvements Baths, etc., on

years Parties old, 'living:2.BO per in gallon.Dry Towns will do Every jfloor.! Gas and Electric Special rates by the Wetl i|

Airi Cherrj Pectoral cures Cough*and Coldi well to order from us, as we can .ave Lights Passenger Elevator. Artistically
I them 60 per cent on all orders.ff and Elegantly Fur )[. J. YARBOROUGH,
orders. nished. .' .
: Always send money with .
We will not open new accounts unless Proprietor, I

It will require fine telescopes to catch suitable No Goods Jacksonville sent C. O.reference D to Dry Is Towns.",Iven. Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00.

a glimpse of the newly discovered comet.It .. Agent! for Indianapolis Brewing Co., 'f
% lot \
Is now about 04,000,000 miles from f f '\. Brewers and Bottlers Indianapolis lad. Weekly Rate on Application. [Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titoi, '\"t

the sun. The distance will decrease and Hercules Halt Tonic, t3.211 per case{ Clayton & Russell Wild Cherry Brandy 14 M per case. Special Bates for the Summer. vllle, does all kinds of job printing. Gn',;iv
reach a minimum of about 20,000,000soon. us a share of your work.] u
ED. L. OWENS Prop.
It will undoubtedly be visible i
with telescopic assistance within a few
.. weeks. RARE CHANCE !

Not Exactly Right Is the way
thousands of people feel. It is because
their blood in poor. Hood's Sarsaporilla -
the One True Blood Purifier, will Hotel Cottages and Furniture Sarno Fla.

promptly set them right. Ilood's pills ,

WINTER GOWN. ire purely vegetable and do not purge,
pain or gripe. All druggists.
whalebone of the proper length Is placed
at each end where the bolt fusteiis. If It
: closes at the back It Is. taoked to the bodice : Oo down the ladder when thou mar-

In front at the top, bottom and In the rlelt a wife; go up when thou cboosesta
middle with Invisible ntltchrs to hold It friend.
In place. If it clones In front, It Is similarly
tacked behind. If It bolero
aooon.panlus a

People who suffer from the loss of
It should be wide enough/ to moot the
," appetite, Indigestion/ sour stomach, and
lower edge of tho lutcer otherwise It
; may
flatulence find relief in the
prompt use
vary according to the taste and figure of
of Ayer's! Pills. As an after-dinner pill,
the wearer. A short walsted woman should
they are unequalled, causing the digestive
choose It comparatively narrow and let It
extend a little below the waist lino while and excretory: organs to perform
their functions as nature requires.
a long walsted person may wear it much
wider or let It stop exactly: at the waist. '
A picture Is given! of a pretty silk and Keep your milk of human kindness

wool costume. The skirt Is of old red wool Fresh-It will never keep in a vinegar
goods' entirely plain. The bodice, of silk lug.
of the same color,.is gathered on a yoke of
black velvet under three ruffles of silk
edged with white laoe. The close silk Theie aie some people who are never
sleeves have caps composed of two wide positive in anything.: It Is always," Ion't
ruffle edged with laoe. The folded collar know," or I guess so." There
l and belt are of red silk. A black felt hat ire a woild of such people and It is refreshing

trimmed with black plumes and red ribbon sometimes to hear a person
I 1 accompanies the gown. peak as one having convictions, like SAFETY COMFORT QUICKTIME LOW RATES |
Jvmc CHOU.KT. Mr. C'has. F. Snyder of Bangor Pa.
I I who wrote "I can heartily recommendSlmmODS Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
.. "" I .. Liver; Regulator; to all whe are The above cut represents roughly IIOTETj Du NIL, at Sarno Brevard The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers"Comanclie" .
:Railroad C.toCl"' Florida which of south of of Eau Gallie Fla.
Is mile the
I County, only } a depot "
I I Primer of Municipal Government" troubled" withDyspepsia or Liver Com and about 200 miles south of Jacksonville on the Florida East Coast R'y. lias , "Algonquin "Iroquois, "Cherokee, "SemiDolt!]

issued by the Buffalo Crosatown nailr plaint. depot, postofflce and telegraph office. The hotel and seven cottages are located on North-Bound.
; I way. company.i ten acres of land fronting on the Eau Gallie River, with view of Indian River on Steamers are appointed to sail according to the title
{ Q. What are streets for? A distinctive peculiarity between he east, less than half a mile distant, and the Atlantic ocean 2} miles away. Is From J JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling, at Charleston), Sundays Tuesdays: and TtlimU I
sharks and whales lies, in the fact that in 1800.! The hotel and Is From, CHARLESTON S. C., Mondays Wednesdays and Fmiij
practically> new-buildings completed every cottage
k A. To put oar tracks in. For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston dally p'ltn I
;} f Q. What are people f orT the former have eyelids and the latter furnished, and most of the furniture and linens have never been used. Two aresinn > South-Bound.
: I wells and 20 cisterns all connected of the
A. To fares. none. pipes sewers; give ample supply Steamers are appointed to sail from Pier 2V. East River, New York, at 3 p. m., as follow
''I pay best of water. The property has only been used some two months by the former For CHARLESTON 1, 8.C., Mondays, Wednesdays and FridilFor '
Q. What are municipal authorities1 owner, John Green, who died, and the property is now owned by Col. Aaron A. JACKSONVILLE FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fttdij
I A. The. manager of the street railway Iteware of Ointments for Catnrrh leOrauw of Jamaica, Queen's County, New York, whose address until April 1sts Boston and Jacksonville-DIRECT LINE, (Freight only.)

I company. that contain Mercury, Oak Dlb, Fla. There Is a large pavilion 100 feet square, cement floor, cement (Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways)
Q. What form of,government has the walks, water works and garden. Best of hunting and ilshing, fresh and salt water; STEAMERS "GKO. W. CLYDE" AND "DELAWARE,"
\ I city of Buffalo i ailing or yachting on Eau Gallie and Indian Rivers; oysters, sea bathing: beautiul are appointed to sail as follows
A. An absolute monaroh,.. As mercury will surely destroy the scenery; and the whole is ready to open as a hotel in one day's time. Every From foot of Hogan Street, Jacksonville, :From Lewis' Wharf,Boo'|
Q. Who is the monarch sense of smell and compltely derange; the onvenience. with kitchen and dining room complete. Titles perfect. The original THURSDAYS. Jo"JUDAIS.Clyde's .
' whole system when entering it through cost to John Green was (43,000; now for sale at $16,000; half cash and half onImo.
A. The of the street railway
k' manager the mucous surfaces. Such articles Any good hotel man can make money here. Address
company.-Buffalo Express. should be used St. Johns River Line.
never except on prescriptions D. L. OAULDEN, Titusvllle, fla.
from reputable physicians as the
i, And No Wonder. --- (DE BART LINE
damage they will do Is ten fold to the )
/ "Doctor, my. daughter i is frightfullyseasick. good you can possibly derive from them. The Elegaat Iron Sldewheel Steamer

." Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by CITY OP JACKSONVILLE.CAPT. .

:, But, my. dear madam there is no F. J. Cheney& Co., Toledo, O., contains 'VHY ? W. A. SHAW.Is .
water at this ro ort.'' no mercury, and is taken Internally, acting

"No,. but she has. been reading nov directly upon the blood and mucous Yes why do Bicyclist Become Leaves Jacksonville, appointed. 8 UM to p m sail,Sundays as follows,Tuesdays t and Fridays' for ra .
el called 'Waves of Emotion. Detroit surfaces of the system. In buying Sanford Kntedrrlse and intermediate landings on the St. I River.
Hall's Catarrh Cure be sure you get the Leaves Sanford 9.00 a. in., Mondays Wednesdays and Saturdays: : for Jacksonville.
Free Press. genuine. It Is taken internally and is BOO
made in Toledo, Ohio by F. C. Cheney Read dOWD. 8CHEDULE. Read up.

Nijni Novgorod Russia, ,was almost A Co. Testimonials free. Sold by Leave 3.311 p. m. ......................... Jack.onvllle............. ............ Arrive 2.II .
obliterated by Ore in 186 &. All the buildings Druggists, price 75o. per bottle.WANTED 8.411 p. m. ............................l'alatka........................ .... Leave 8
and bomtara in which were held II 3.00 a. m. ........... ... ........ .. Astor.......................... .... .. 3'3)t
II 4.30 a. m. .........................8t. I'rancl"........................... II )
the great annual fair of merchants from FAITHFUL MEN\ OR II .ao a. m. ... ........ .......... Bere"ford......................,.... II li e
.11 parts of Europe and Asia were blot to travel for I. 8.00 .. m. ........................Bllle SprIngs.......................... II Isou
I ted ontAnew responsible Arrive 8.30 a. m. ............... ...........Sanford ............................ II
established bouse in Florida. Salary II 9,21a.. m. .......... .... ............Enl8rprl e... ...................... II Sl; t>Ij
$781) and expenses.: Position perman ........... .... ......... ....So. Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............................I.-t ,';.!
moon falling between 10 a. m. Enclose .
Reference. self-addressed
sad 13 m. in summer means very,showery ent.stamped envelope. The National, Star KEATING 3en'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 2O4 W. Bay St., Jacksonvj.

I weather. Insurance 131dg., Chicago. Enthusiasts ? J.A. LKSLIE, Bupt. JKO. L.HOWARD, Fla.JVt Agrt. F.M.IRONMONGER, JR., Fla rut,


l THEY note the quick response as the pedal Is touched, THRO. O. Eaoiw, T. M., W.H. WABBCTBTOW, E. P.A., BIB

ooa oo aooooooo ooooooooeooeooooo e< perfect trueness of the frame under the hardest WM. P. CLYDE '
cotaaafe 1
II Bowlin. Gra.New York. PhI18
strains, and then discover why ire ask them to

$250,000 Xo Swaying Frames.No .

fe' .. Binding Art of Catalogue Bearings.4 U. In Stamps. FREYER &: BRADLEY MUSIC COMPA1 I

j ToBGiven KEATING WHEEL CO., Mlddletown Ct. (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) ;!f?"

I*. W. BEERS, Agent! St. Augustine Fla. Pianos, Organs and Musical Merchant]I,.

t Away

this year in valuable We purchased in.January last the Immense stock o/ Plan ., Organs, *
BICYCLES.Best line in t the State. music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closln*..
articles to smokers of
the stock of Pianos and Organs at nnheard-of low prices, to make room for*
I line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schnbert and Kln bury P*
: BlackweHTsGenuine \Ve have the following pianos, which are worth from $100 to $200 more tholl l
uk for them : 1 1McCammon

I LUTIIY, 150.00. CoD ..er."I. ..................."....t3IO! Haln" Bro ., style 6, mall............. '
.. .. J..b...... ................... 3'lII Bchubart, .. IS.................."
.. .. .................. ... .290 Malcolm Love, walBtelnway ..............
FOWLER, $100, $7 ..00.CLEVEL.L.D .. ......................... 300 .........*'.. '
i .. I. .e .......................... Kverett ebKJng eb................
Durham I. ................... ..,
tK":1 ...........
: { B eb
$100, $8 .00. ,wij'.. ioo bury style
.. .. .. ..... ......! A eb....... ..M"
.. 2'Jmala........... ... ..... S Knabe Grand ................ .
.......... ...
I \VEST FIELD, 1'7 .OO, $60.00. .. .. .. ... Btuyvesant' .b..H. .
Tobacco .. T.eb........._........... 210.! wal ..........
Hal..Des B ., .. 8.eb....................... New
.. .. .. :.!!' .................... 1711 by& I'I&IIS: .b..N.._
I ....:.......... i"--8t"! .b..H..
\ You will find one coupon In* ............190 lIonla .
aide each j-ounce bag and two B. F. MANIER. Jr., Some III of these planoR have been rented. but'we haye had them re-polished
coupons Inside vach 4-ounct fut thorougb order, and we guarantee them to be eatllraotol'1or
I The Best I bag. Buy bag, read the coupon Jacksonville Fla. We tUrnlsh .Itool, scarf, Inn tructlon book and deUyer d f. o. II.BODYUlej .
':" I SmoklngTobaccoMade] and see how to get your ehare.I cuh or Inltallment. Sheet muslo at half price. Write UI.

g- With Freyer 4 Bradley Music Co. FREYEB 4 BRADLEY MUSIC COMP.AN1"'r

J4 East :Bay Street, .


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ONA HOUSE :::EJO-.J: :.a.uLS. I 1-.1- _u r z.oRaa>a..

(FORMERLY HOTEL SPENCE.) -. ._ _. .h __ ,

A. S. DICKINSON, Proprietor. Fischer's Cottage. EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM.

hta Louse, centrally and pleasantly located, has been newly furnished; Is now
f than ever before prepared to furnish a comfortable home to tourists and -
vellng public generally. I extend Pn1D1: Stroot;: ;, T.:11'U.s'V'I.11e"F1n.: ; : .
a hearty Invitation to all my old friend C. B. KNOTT, Gen'l Superintendent.ST. .
I East Coast to call and see me. A. S. DICKINSON, Daytona, Fla. Centrally located between both depots. Airy rooms, good table, pure drinkIng -
Rates: $:1.00 per day; special rates by the week or month. AUGUSTINE,

New hotel, new furniture, modern Jm CHR. F. FISCHER, Proprietor. Alcazar,
p PALMS provements. Fronting! on beautiful Lake
', JOS. P. GREAVES, Manager
; Worth. Now open for the winter of 'IK\ I
and '07. $2.00 to $3.00 per day. Special The Hotel Placide O Open November first toJMay) first t
Los by the week. Address "THE PALMS ,.
West Palm Beach, 1<11 January, 1894 Casino, .

JACKSONVILLE A. M. TAYLOR, Superintendent.
:EAN : the center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west :Swimming Tool. Russian nnd TurkUh Bathe.
BEACH EOUSEr one block from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished throughout
Superior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets all trains. Terms $2.50 per day and Ponce de Leon
1 ON THE AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN PLAN. upwards. :Special rates by the week. N. L. WARD, Proprietor OILLIS A MURRAY. Managers

pposlte Daytona, near the City; Beautiful Boulevard; Surf bathing. Rates ------ --.- --.- -- -... ------------- --------------- ----- v Open January to April.,
ng to location of rooms. House open all the year.
Address :MRS. II. C. BERRY, Sea Breeze, Fla. WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge, Fla Cordova,

__ n __ __ _n __ Rooms only. Open during! February and March.

E SAN JUAN Harry L. Beeman, Proprietor. Amodern Pleasantly located near the large hotels. Largo airy rooms. Good Table, ORMOND.

> homelike hotel, with every convenience Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; *7 to $10 per week. The Ormond,
; northern white help. Write
Orlando, Fla. for book. Open the year round J. T. WHITE, Proprietor.: : ANDERSON &: PRICE. Managers. ; ,
Open December to April.,

Opposite Alcazar and Ponce de Loon HOTEL: : EELLE'"T"C"E", PALM BEACH, i
BUCKINGHAM New Family Hotel. Extensive grounds Royal Poinciana,
Melbourne, Florida.
Largo rooms. Rates reasonable. '
(Overlooking the Famous Indian Ulver.) KURD STEHRY, Manager; :. "
St. Augustine, Fla. GEO. C. HOWE. Open January to April. .1'.... I :
-I .
N Palm Beach Inn U ,
". .' ,
Best Location In the City. Directly! i ; ', .
EL GRANADA facing main entrance to Ponce de Leon. .x KURD: STKRRY, Manager.
Rates $2.50 and upwards per day. Open December to May. I''

St. Augustine. Fla. H. W. WACHENIIUSEN, Prop. r .
Palm Beach Casino,

Nice family home; Pleasant location; E. A. WATSON: Supeilntcndenr! '
Snit Water (Swimming Pool. Surf Bnthiiig. '
House and furnishings new; Modern
Pierce Hotel
conveniences. No better fishing and Fishing from Ocean J'lcr. ,
hunting in the State.
"!)N INDIAN RIVER, Near Inlet. Fort Pierce, FIn. Proprietor Royal Palm, I III.
Formerly of New Haven, Coon.II .
W. MKKIiir.L: M-'nngor.
On IllMuuyno liny. Open January 1, 181)7.) I
S- : .
:ec M17i 4
r vrlh churches New York Office 26 Broadway.Send .
One minute from Railway Depot; near piwtonVe, and Brhnol. Flret-0hss laundry In
1 connection with hotel. Rates i e-'.eo to*J 00 per day 1 upactiil W.rates It. CAMrBKI.I.by the wenk,or Vniprlctor.Mm. month. to general oflloes, St. Augustine, for souvenir folders of the Kant Coast.GRAND .

I pll/11111111/11111) ,, .. ,,, ,,,, B. M. CAMPBELL, Manageress.
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Under New Management....

''', '' "-,, "."", ''' ,' ,,, ,, SEMINOLE HOTEL -\= VIEW HOTEL. .

/ ) .rit:14,.. ..1IIe. Flol'1cln.
Open All the Year.
The above hotel Is now open and In full running order, and the table la supplied
with all the market al'ordll-Mnch as game, fish, oysters, etc.
Hotel Indian River "gV'os1; PA.lm: 3300,013.> P1c:>r.:1Cla.: A carriage moots all trains for tlio convenience of guests. A flrat-clium laundry -
attached to the hotel.
This hotel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to J. G. I1A8T, Proprietor.
the Railway Depot. Free'buss to and from trains.
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kledge) Fla. Opened January 15 1897TES Boats attached to the hotel, with fishing'tackle on board, tor tho use of -- -- --
RATES ; From $2.00 per day and upwards; Special rates by tho week or
3.00 :AND UPWARDS PER DAY. month :: : :: : :: :RIVER: :: : :: :eO'I'EL.: ::
M. J. BOYCE, Manager
WEBB &: ALDEN, Proprietors. GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. ,f.. $k l !" r "r, r TITUSVILLE


:[he Plaza Hote1.. ....Hotel: : Algonquin... { r' w [1t I15 w. Indian-Iliver.Flu.. .


ookledge.; Florida. onltulL n : .

Open All Tlio Year.
..ON" X X.A.N' RIVER..

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,rge airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every modern Convenience. 111N [ Only 11 few minutes'
Sailing, rowing, fishing, hunting, riding and driving.S. uiu d walk from Hallway sta-
'r R1a 1. ., wp.riilA. un.n .o6h tloim and Steamboat landenald,7illlll
H. PECK:, Proprietor. /// i s I -
II oily I jiJngs.jy n
ft M1 = On the banks of the
Iso Managing Partner of The Arlington, Petoskey, Mich., a summer hotel, e::far-famed Indian Itiver.HOUSE .
> capacity for 300 guests. ifauvy .

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W OF: 3N.... -, STANTON

ew Rockledge Hotel. .

D. J. JONESProprietor..

::::ON INDIAN RIVER:::: Rates $2.00 per day. Special Terms tog

Hslodgre, orid.a.ww.\\w\: New Furniture and Fixtures Throughout. Klectrio Dells in every room. Families.
H. E. BEMIS M'gr.. Mohonk'Lake, N. Y. Fronting the old Slave Market and Plaza. Overlooking the Bay, with line A
Ocean View. All white help. Rates 2.00 per day and upward. /Special: Weekly -
Rates. Sample Room. M. W. BATMAN, Proprietor Two Minutes Walk from
.oay winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. ST. AUGUSTINE, I'LA.Lorillard .
i grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur- Depot,
Prices moderate.
Send for illustrated circulars. II. P. SHARES, = OIIATTANOOOA, TENN.

Proprietor, New Haven, Conn. : : Villa.: .
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I St. George Street, Travelers' Hotel. '


a11E (On the Peninsula opposite Daytona.]) N Is located In the center of the Bay Street Jacksonville Fla.

Indian River, FLORIDA. SEABREEZE, FLORIDA.This office city, midway and City between Gates. the Its post-surroundings This Hotel is now under new management,

all the round. Good Fish-
year (dare exceedingly picturesque -
tunting and Yachting. Rates, hotel is delightfully situated; Is 1 the grounds being un- and has been thoroughly renovated throughout.

nd heated by steam; has Electric Lights, surpassed by anYlprivate hotel In
upwards. Sulphur and Sea Baths, etc. It Is the '' the city. Dus meets all Trains, and Electric Cars pass door. Oath rooms and all
oprletress, MBS. C. J. HECTOR Conveniences on every floor..
r most pleasant all-the-year-round hotelon + Terms:-*2.00 day.
per Open Ali tltio 7STo ,r. -
the East Coast.
I Special Kites by the week. Rates:-American Plan,- $2 to $.00; European, GOo to (I. Special by the week.
za HotelIATJOUSTINE x Bates:-t2.GO/ and $3.00 per day. Mrs. FINLEY Proprietress.

$12.50 to $15.00 per week. ,,,. Electric Bells, Hot and Cold .
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FLA. C. C. POST, Proprietor. Mrs. J. V. Hernandez & Son.. :MOTE:: OOt'T'OLLZ.MIAMI :: -.,

t centrally-located. Fronting the PINE FOREST INN, FLORIDA.
bpanlsh Plaza and the Atlantic
L Summervllle S. C.NOW Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvement. Located on park, one
Splendid view from 1U and
(verandas. long The Holly Inn :> $- block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Biscayne Bay.' Kate,
.: $2.00 per day and upward.- OPEN FOR GUESTS.A I\\t per day and upward. /Special: rates by week or month.

Special rates by the week. first-elans, Winter Resort In every .
class table board at reasonable respect. Electric Lights Elevators and :Raytos> :).,a. Florida.:
all other modern Improvements for com-
Mn A. S. PELL. fort, convenience and pleasure. A fine The New Hotel Elliot .
Bicycle Track has been added to the Situated on the banks of the beautiful Halifax River, which, Is unsurpassed ,
many other attractions. The climate of ACCOMMODATING 200 GUESTS.
ava and Borneo there are two SummerTllle Is unsurpassed. Situated for Boating and Fishing.
Cor. Bay and Bridge st., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
offish which Inhabit ponds and on the South Carolina cf Georgia R'y.,
t streams. When the water dl.- twenty-two miles from Charleston, S. C. Good Bicycle Roads. Excellent Table. Carriages meet all train. Nearest hotel by Are blocks to union depot. Rates-Room*60;'75c. $1, $1.50
For circulars or any Information wanted and $J per day; with board, $3, $3.50, $3 and $3.CO per day. Special rate by
i during the hot season these fish address W. M. IIAIGHT Manager, Rate:-From $2.50 per day. week or month and for large parties. Overlooking St. John. River. Newly and
Into the mud, and remain there Summerrllle, 8. C., or Special by week or month. elegantly furnished; all modern Improvements; two blocks of union d pot,Clyde
>Id condition until the autumn F. W. WAGENER A CO., Proprietors, S. 0. Wharf and poato lce. : :
In. Charleston, S. C. .C). $Ow mS" Prc- '. :.>pr. J, E. T. BOWDEN- Proprietor and,Manager., '


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I Newly-Wedded. ADDITIONAL LOCALS.Mr. Tltusvlllo, to put new valve pipes In the

,, 9 I r steamer Delia. THE BOBBINS & GRAHAMlPaid

We bad a wild west show ,in town i
\ the bridal who
Among many couples W. I. Metcalf: of West Palm
) were sojourning at Hotel Ormond the Beach was In town yesterday.We Tuesday.
I'' 1f. first of the week were Mr. and Mrs. W. Capt. R. P. Paddison, of Titusville
t / Up Capital $26,000.00.
f., A. Morschhauser, of 339 West 100th st., notice Mrs. John R. Walker I Is was in town over Sunday, visiting Mr.
l t New York. They are a bright and very another disciple of the bicycle, and she and Mrs. G. F. Paddison.
t I i 1 charming young couple who were mar- rides well for a beginner. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.W.e
t I Mrfc M. A. Wood, of Paterson, N. J., .
\ I ried ,on Tuesday, the IGth Inst., at the -The steamer Silver King has been
' ; Is visiting her friend Mrs. Thomas Har
'y'. bride's there
residence of the
I II parents, carrying quite a number of passengers
I; j ''t For Sale, being over 300 guests present to witness between Titusville and Rockledge this bour, at- Lotus Lodge.J. have for sale a large list of
i the marriage ceremony. Among other week. F. Smith Is building an addition to caref
J things; the ADVOCATE learned that the the residence of C. L. Ives. selected Indian River Properties
"Common and fancy pineapple plants. bride-who, by-the-way Is quite a beau- -Mr. and Mrs M. IT. Crane of
Worty acres to select from. Lemon and tiful young lady-Is the daughter of one Urbana 0., friends of Mr. J. A. Happer W., B. Dorton is building a house on Agents for Sale of.Lands of ate Florida Coast
l tether citrus tieett.JAMKH New York's wealthy brewers, and was sette were In town a short while. S.'K. Watts' homestead.. :
HOLM, Wednesday, en route to Rockledge Canal and Transportation (10.C.A..1W' .
t well and favorably known as Miss Madeline The steamer Spartan has been makingthe /

i Jensen, Fla. Doelger. The wedding was grand -Gov. Bloxham has made the follow- Courtenay's run to Cocoa several; .A.]L. L :rvnS.Florida :
afr"lr. and no doubt the lady readers of .
( } Ing civil appointments: II. M. Ashtonof days this week.
it if Land For Sale. "the pink paper of the East Coast" will Miami, to be Justice of the Peace for returned to her Southern Railway Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway
Miss Wigfleld c
I be Interested In what the bride wore, District 0 Dade and F. C. Vlrgie ('
I County; school at Bovine Tuesday after several Lands. Dills ton Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment .
which was-a, costume of white satin,
Archer of Jupiter to be Justice of the
and other Low Priced
t Lot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of court train, point (Brussels/ ) lace, many Peace for District 5, Dade Co. days visit to her parents at Toledo. Lands.

I Stand on Hawthorn Creek near Myers. diamond ornaments, and a diamond Born-To: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. K. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
It) W S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. necklace the gift of the groom. The -Mr. and :Mrs. W. II. McFarland, Toombes on Feb. 22nd, a girl baby.
decorations were American Beauty Roses who have been spending''the past three Mother and child doing nicely. Billyis Titusville. Florida.Wagons.
and orchids. The happy pair received I winters In Titusville, left here, Monday somewhat disappointed because he
Ii For Charter. presents to the value of nearly $100 Of) for Columbus Ga., to loin Sells' circus, cannot name the baby Geo. Washington. -- -=
J -- Mr. and Mrs. Morschhauser have beenspending of which they are members. Mr. Mo
I I.IIi The flue sloop Yankee Doodle can be part of their honeymoon at the Farland took his lion and monkeys with The guests of Hotel Granada were entertained
I bartered by the day' week or month; Ponce de Leon and Ormond hotels. On him. He says he will return here next with vocal and Instrumental For
", mnywbcre between Ormond and Miami. Monday they passed through Titusville winter as he cannot find a. better place musio Monday evening, in honor of the
I Good accommodations for ladies. For en route to Rockledge, to view the fine for fishing and hunting in Florida than : natal day of the Father of his Country.

further particulars, write to orange groves in that section. From on the East Coast. Both Mr. and Mrs. John McAllister arrived here Sunday, Of All Kinds,
there went to the Royal Poinciana. McFarland said they regretted they bad
GKO. they
CAPT. Cook to his fine crop off his
gather orange
; f Titusvllle, Fla. After a. short stay at Palm Beach, the to leave Indian River so early in the Tropic p'ace.Archdeacon' Buggies, Carts and Harness, also Genera
I bride and groom return to the Ponce

,_ Z I iI t } lllrtU and Animals Mounted. de Leon for a few days, :md then wend season.Miss C. S. Burnett, a national organ at Brown the Casino officiated, last at Sunday.Epis- :::oxcrsrox::: IFLJUF.A, IRINCIrr
their homewards. copal'servlce
way izer of the W. G. T. U., formed a good
} The new church building will be begun Go or send orders to ROUT. E. MIMS
society in Titusville at the close of her your Jr.,
taxidermist. Birds suitable location is decidedon
R. C. Scrlmgoour, as soon as a
lecture last with the following -
I I V 3 and animals mounted in the best style., Celebrating Washington's Birthday officers Sunday: president night Mrs. E. B. from plans drawn under direction of Bicycle Sundries kept In Stock. Titusville,.
Address, Washington avenue, at Merritt.The Archdeacon Waddell. ,
I i Wager; vice-presidents, Mrs. Rev. Best,
: (Corner of Main st.,) Mrs. Rev. Geiger, Mrs. C. F. Fischer; Rev. H. M. Prince will 'preach next

I jl Titiisvllte, 1'111. Merritt Island Yacht Club com- cor. secretary Mrs. H. M. Goodell; reo. Sunday at the Baptist church at 10:30a. :
-- posed of the guests of the Rivervlew secretary !Mrs. Reed; treasurer Mrs. S. m. and 7:00: p., m. All Invited. PAXTON & HATC!

j 'I'' :Sew 1897 Model Globe Gasoline Engine. hotel, Meriitt (Indian River), assembledon N. Gladwin. The first meeting will be Northern people in the south often
held at the home of Mrs. Gladwin next
the broad piazzas on Monday (WaslIngton's :- remark how little attention is given to
and to their Thursday, March 4th, to which all are
f l birthday) presented the celebration of the nation's two great DEALERS IN -
l young commander, Mr. Edward Graft of Invited. holidays-Feb. 22nd and July 4th.

', Brooklyn a brand new commodore'ssuit -Tho band last Friday nightwas Christmas seems to be the one great
as a proof of their regard for him well attended supper and the Opera house holiday celebrated by displays of fire- Dry Goods Notions Gents
as commander of their club. Mr. Norton -
-. which was filled to its utmost capacity works, much the same as the 4th of ,
of the house made the
manager pre- Dur- July is celebrated in the north. Last
quite a .
presented gay appearance.
sentation speech, which was gracefully\
the of the refreshments the Monday had no semblance of a holiday
ing serving ,
t responded to by !Mr. Graff. decorated Indian River Band rendered several business being carried on as usual, except Furnishing Goods Shoes Hats Ci
The hotel Was tastefully by ]
choice selections of music and "Wild that the postoflice was closed part ,
Oo Mr. Fred and of
Aldildge son Brooklyn.
Jim" shot bricks and "snuffed" candles of the day and a party of excursionists
I ,
I il'e l t st'' After Chief Nevins speeches Mr.by Mr.Cleary G. and W. Colyer others. all of which was much enjoyed by those pi%niced at Cocoa Beach. Hardware, Crockery, Corn, Oats and Hay, High Grade
present. The ]hall was then cleared for
cellent Refreshments music was were furnished served and by some Mr. Aid-ex- dancing and for a couple of hours or so That the blood should perform Its vital ceries Fishing Tackle Ammunition and General Merchant. :
I ridge. this pleasant pastime was Indulged in. functions it is absolutely necessary it ,
II those who attended this festive A nice sum was realized as the proceeds should not onlybe pure but rich In life-
II Among
I :E1..00K.LEDG-EJ: : :: FLA.
of the and ,
fully best
i gathering were: Mr. and and Mrs. S. F. evening, compensated giving elements. These results are
tbe band boys for the efforts they put afforded by the use of that well-known
II Nevins and son, Frank; Mr. J. Quaid, I ----------- -
forth to make the affair the success It standard blood-purifier, Ayer's Sarsapa-
I Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Ryan, G. W. Colyer, I
Frank Flood, James Cleary James proved. illa.
Burns Frank Norton,' Mrs. Mohen Col.Thursby. //trWI11 our subscribers be good P. E. McMHRRAY & BAKER.
and Marine R. Carter, Mr. Gurney and sew Eau Gallie. enough to look at the name-and-date slip '--
:'Stationary IK to 125 H. P. The
eral other residents of the Island and
'II afaat,mmit IMIIable Economical and Durable ; pasted upon their paper or wrapper. If Wholesale and Retail
f n.ma for Launches. Auxiliary Power fur Washington's birthday was spent in a the date is "1891S"!! or an .earlier year
:jpa'nM and himlneiw. boat,and where itatlunary jolly manner by all present. Police that
is Internal Revenue Inspector Miller was than that it is an indication you are
i required.BENJ.. W. JEROMF, Commlsrloner Wells\ of Brooklyn N. here the first. of the week on official indebted to us, and we should be gladto
i, sole Rupremntatlve for Manufacturer In theatateof Y., was very much missed at the festivi- duties. have you renew your subscription. Carriage Wagon ,
I. Florida. IUXJKLKDOK, FLA.KirCatalogues ties, he having to leave early in the day
for Wm. IT. H. Gleason left for New York
'.' Brooklyn.
: and prices on application.
y The day s amusements wound up witha last Monday.Geo. FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall and Mate

i grand display of fireworks and Illuminations Houston having finished repair- on J. A. Daughtery, Washington
in the evening. ing the boiler and machinery of the avenue, Titusville Fla. Shoes madeto Ir

FOR SALE. steamer St. Augustine, left Saturday for order in fine style.
Fishing and Hunting Along the Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts,etc.

East Coast. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE. FU?,

I I 1F Yon Are'.Looking'( for a Bargain The.schooner Two Bachelors in com- To Florida Tourists.

4t mand of Captain A. C. Brownrigg and
The Clear
View Pineapple Plantation Chief Officer II. Kent returned to Titus- The NewSelden
_ J value, as a whole or in lots to suit Indian River, the Ilaulover and Mosquito DON'T Return to New York by the same route which

I JIPV 'basers. Terms exceptionally reas- [ Lagoon on Tuesday night. Onboard brought you into Florida, when you can
II _able. Come and were Mr. and Mrs. II. 11. Carter, Return via Key WestOn Cypress Door
It' soo property If pos- of Brookline, Mass., who have had a Compai .
''l'' Bible, if not,'address glorious time fishing duck shooting the Elegant Steamers of the "JIallory Line," or you may take a sea-trip into
i ,I:' 1IA.RRY W. RICHARDS, and alligator hunting. Mrs. Carter Texas from the same point and then home by rail. Just think it over and then
I ; Eden, Florida. hauled in many fish, the biggest being a write to CIIAS. DAVIES Agent, :PALATIiA: zewz..A.,
" 21b. trout, while her husband capturedan 220 W. Bay St., Jacksonville for particulars.
i L ab' alligator about nine feet long. In all Opened October 1st, 1806, turned the steam on to

iI I b'' I i : .MRS. CAROLINE WASHBURN ROCKWOOD of Mr.trout.and Mrs.They Carter left caught, /Wednesday about COlbs.for -1807-- Model WheelsIn One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash,1, I

I other points down Indian River, where Stock The St. Augustine Cycle Co
t OF NEW YORK they will again indulge In hunting and and General Wood Working Plants in the United StatesAnd

:Solo & Choir Director fishing, In which it is said Mrs. Carter Victor, $100.

i.(;;: : Soprano has become quite an expert.Mr. Sterling, $100.t Has the ,best line of wheels with experienced management, (covering a past experience of

I : of the Memorial Churcb, St. Augustine R. Cable and his handsome wife, Rambler; $80. years in Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect t tb<
of New York, are sojourning at the and sundries in the state. All possible and workmanship at our hands. Our production pip
I ;.Ttecoives vocal pupils for February and Plaza, and Monday they took their guns 'Crescent, $30, $75. Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings Frames Hot-house Materials Tanks, Gto
; March.p with them out on the river and between Patee $60. Kinds of bicycle repair work

'i' I ,i __ them killed 38 ducks Mrs. C. being -
-- -
I H4 quite as enthusiastic over the sport asher Special I $35. neatly done. Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma or Honor at Cotton States and International Exp*'
' husband.A has the .,
; *** As an advertising medium no beat bicycle roads In }'I... F. W. BEERS, Prop.
{ paper on the Kant Coast can beat the
:r..; ADVOCATK. Give us a trial advt., New Inlet Co. ''for Indian THE G H.HAMM COMPAt
, and bo convinced of the pink paper's D
i 'worth. ver. .
Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Co.

I" Recently was formed In New York .
" A Correction.SEdilor "The Roseland Inlet Co.," the object MANUFACTURERS OF PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.
I 1 being to /get funds to dredge an Inlet

; i Advoeatf: All opposite the capital the mouth has boon of Sebastian:!subscribed River., and Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings Flooring Hammond Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Cblcaf

I The rumor that Mr. and Mrs. J. T.Stowal't. the company was incorporated under Salesrooms 234 West F
Bay St. Thos. ,
W. Dunk Jacksonville
: .'. little girl Hellene was burned the laws of New York. Messrs. Drake Manager,
.iw, i io death is untrue They lost an Infant Todd[ A Bissell and Miss A. Hudson, of Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work.

w;; I'' taeveral. weeks since, and on the 12th Inst. New Rochelle\ N. Y., are the present dl- Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.
.. ,l l their house with all Us contents was octors. '
:burned to the ground. This loaves them office. -Write
: -U.fi Xor ::
a to destitute circumstances, the cold Irl.oes.: .
upon of few weeks ago having destroyed A Hlrthday. Telephone(old line I ) 433. Jacksonville, Fla. --
x' their vegetable crop. Any assistance
ahelr friends feel able to Rive; them willfee The 1rd birthday of Mr. A. II. Smithwas
highly appreciated. Their postoDlco duly remembered by the guests of Now is Your Chance
;address is llanyan. he Plaza, Rockledgo. Ills table was
i A FRIEND. decorated with roses, and some little
r' Banyan, Feb. 22, 'DT.I souvenirs from his family, were on his
table, which were received with a smile A To Start a Lemon Grape Fruit G:'
or Orange
t r 1 and' pleasant nod. The host sent a large ) ,
j I Notice.Suit cake highly embellished with his name r w .
I r and the years of 1814-181)7) traced In the ,IIIDMND In order to encourage and stimulate the growing of Citrus Fruits In t
fll icing, which was engaged; by the ac- Brevard and Dade Counties, the Florida East Coast Railway will during Il
I I AS n AN, FLA., Feb. 22, 1)7.) qualntence of Mr. Smith. Progressive 00 days, make a reduction of fifty ((50)) per cent In freight rates on NurserY
over its line to
TTolIy'ConBtltuonU: : euchre was enjoyed the evening Into points south of Tltusvl1\e.\
L ( which he entered with a,i much JAS. E. INGRAHAM :!
a Agreeably to previous declarations, I spirit as a boy. Land Commission'

a !' .j, r:will Tort about Pierce meet needed my legislation Saturday constituents, as,follows to March confer: 0. Fine. Yacht for Sale. THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money.JSolloltocSL.. 17, 1806.\ ST. AUGUSTINEfNovember ]

i Jfort Drum Monday, 8. --
Sebastian, (night) IS. -
! JHau Gallic, Tuesday 10.4.ocoa Naphtha launch for sale in perfect J"UK TraCIe : GEORG MARX. JOHN ;

Wednellday(3pm( ) 17. order; nearly new; 150ft. long and Oft. Rye and Corn. per gal..I l.BOop Jroouolg Rye'l per gal............. 8.00
.,. .. ..........
wide; fitted with a 10-horse power engine Tom.tHollan.IGie. 1-BOup California wine.. Catawl: Port,
TltiUTllle Thursday (night 18. MARX
) Blackberry, Peach and ',Clare and .. BRO
Sherry .V
Cognac ta
JLaGrange Friday' 19. of the Gas Power Engine Co., Apple Ura.dlee... Bottled : Angel l 00 no
IJSOup hear doe. ...
All shades o( politics invited to submit New York. Main cabin is 121ft. long; Sioux' Rye. per sal.......... 3.OO Imp.8b.rrlltll\per per gal..V .00 1.00 CO 1.00 np Wholesale _
; their I wish 8ft. wide and 6ft. 3In. head-room. Has noltton Crown: Rye, per gal .. 4 W Imp. Oporto t art. per gal..4.00 to 1.00 Dealers In
views as to .
I represent. Shawnee e Ke, per (al. 6.00 Imported Gins, ...:.....:
+, I lectrio bells and sleeping accommodation per ga .4.00 to 640 i Groceries: : :
Respectfully, Produg1
}1 R. A. IIAanxe.L for six. Every convenience and Fine imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.80 per 100 ac.d.: :: :
: fully equipped throughout. Speed, nine and upwards. Send money with all orders. All Jugs 15c. per gal. extra. wad 133 Eu' Bay Street aDd ::113 and 15N.waaaStre. .
miles per hour. Cost 7,000; will sell Will mail complete price list on application All orders will be boxed Jaoitsonvi1 e, I F10r
i it L For Sale. for *..1 OO. when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. .

p r 1'i One "hundred dollar- takes th'sa four Address: NAPHTHA Care of LAUNCH ADVOCATK, J. H. MARTIN.. 34 & 36 W. Bay St., ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE

,T I A. s j 3, 8, IK block 10; lot 6, block 17, Titusville, Fla. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. TO i

': ttu.vtUe, irk Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Beers known to the tables. GROWERS-Let Returns 1? bow what you have ID the way of Fruit a
p IT. M. OsAatrisa, Orlando, Fla.ooBitrs [Send the ADVOCATE an.order for any and wine trade. spirit Pe... Write prompt s&p-waaa.r Seed Potatoes
1 & GRAHAM Co., Titusville. job printing you need.] n8 for our




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