Indian River advocate

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


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

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'ol. IB. 3STo. 5. TITUSVILLE, IHL l.., :fRII: >.A.Y, MAKOH 18, 189S. ?rice, 5c. bii

Beading notice ads. are ten cents ALL BICYCLISTS VISITING ST. ATJgustine B37 BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc. a nice assortment SPECIAL LOT of ready-niado summer HUNTING AND FISHING AMONG THE HOTELS.

i on this page.LOCAL should call at F. W. Boers'store at Screven's Drug Store, skirts.
in the Cordova block and see Tltusvllle.Mr. Mrs. II. W. RicYNOLns.Rati .
the new '08 models of the Rambler, Hotel Ormond is surely dolag a big

NEWS, Crescent, Victor, Ideal, Wolff, Cleve E. n. Armstrong; the optician, Claim Agent Zenhbauc r, of the F.E The quail season is now over. No more tourist bualneHa this season.Tho i

lid of General Interest.Read land, Stearns, Remington, Barnes, will arrive at Tltusvllle on Monday, C. Ry., is In town to-day. killing until next November.Mr. Peacock Inn, Coconnut Grove,,has
Topictt Tribune. Fearless and Phoanix wheels March 2Kth. If are weak call
your eyes njoyod a good patronage winter.Mr. .
Indianola B. L. Griffith of Providence
The and at
the largest assortment in the state. and see htm.Dr. plc-nio sports ,
"On the Indian River," 3rdApril last Friday, are said to have been a noted fisherman, hi at the New Rook' J. C. S. Tlmbeilake, ono of thor

ALL THE LATEST Ralph Edward Smith, one ofSanfoid's grand success. lodge, whoio he lsthoroughly enjoying >ropriotors of Hotel Indian River,. Rock-
piomlnent and well-known his favorite sport, edge at> Palm Beach the
was first of tho
Florida's best hats
of and has been
is one trimmings atMils. Judge Minor S. Jones on a
physicians, gave our office a pleasant week in the Intelests of his hotel.At .
Jmtlis, which fact Is well known to II. W. Reynolds.Kockledge call Wednesday. visit to Jacksonville this week, attending Fred Van Dyne) caught a bass last
{one who stay here the year round.Mr. to law business. Tuesday weighing -JJJ-1I>h. As this wan no place along the East Const are
Mrs. Geo. Judge I. A. Stewart of DeLand, his first fish oauitht at Melbourne > the
and Mrs. J. O. Walton and W. Morton, of Canaveral, The members of St. Gabriel's Guild people enjoying themselves more
have been spending sevil was in town on Monday. who has been on a visit to Daytona and was much pleased.Mrs. fully than nro hotel guosts and cottagers
Rauda Walton will meet at the residenco of Mrs. E. L.
Merritt and Rockledge this New Smyrna, spent a couple of hours InTltusvillo J. P Reed, of Plttsbuig Pa. Issaitl at the Ormond, which is at this tlmo a*
) days at Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, on Wednesday.Vicepresident Brady this (Fiiday) afternoon.Snpt. well filled at possible., In
showed his to have caught moie fish this tsa- consequence,
genial face In town this
ick.Mrs.. Geo. M. Robbins, of this place, week. J R. Parrott, Traffio .1 II. Sams has been In Jacksonville son than any other lady guost of tho the place Is gayer I linn ever, and evoiy-
this week, attending the meet* body Is having a royal, good tlmo. Outdoor
R. H. Baxter, a prominent resi- Manager J P Iteckwith and Gen'l Suptit New Rockledge hotel, Hoeklodgo.Messrs .
Mrs. GARDNER A WALKER after ing of county school superintendents.A sports aio patronised as never bo-
sale T Goff returned home
the pleas- place on yesterday
of Bath, Me., were among II. Becker and Henry Bradtoy fore, while In. tho owning, oaids aud
Id callers at this office on Wednesday.OES this week new organdies, ginghams; inspecting the Flagler rond. dance was given at tho Opera are most expert fiNliornipn, always bringing dancers help to whllo away tho time.
in honor ofMrs.
Gardner & Walker.Capt. pattems.Mrs. Tomatoes and beans are being sent house, Tltusvllle, last night, splendid spenlmens of trout and bass
[ all styles. in Powell and Misa Ramsey, of Ilacken The attention of tourists ami others I*
Porter to the vniions northern markets now in to Hotel Indian River, Rocklodgo.Foity .
a large
Frank Houston and family.> ofL property owner sack, N. J.Mr. drawn to tho ads. of the Sweetwater
and influential resident of large quantities from the East Coast, and or fifty weighing from live to
IMytona paid
Park betel
Gallle, are now snugly ensconced ine of thoHarkness fifteen pounds each Is a regular cutoli.Messrs. on our pages Ith and 8th.
Tltusvllle a short visit on Tuesday. We aie commanding good prices.Mr. R. A. Cowing, president This hotel Is situated In
of the a
just west very healthy
Wesson building cottage on Julia street.Mr. are always pleased to see Mtb. Porter intown. Wm. Troutler, one of EatiGallie's A Cowing Co., Cincinnati, O.,. J. J. Jacob, of Whoellsg, W.Va. locality at Llthla Springs, On., where all

pvocATK progressive citizens, was In town has been ou a trip (town the East Coast.Helsafilendof ., and Atthur T. Feaster, of Tltusvillo kinds, of medicinal oaths and the strong-

John J. Casbman, a builder* oflominence Land Commissioner J. E. Ingraham, on Monday. He is planting out a large Mr. W. W. Russell, of wcio out shooting on Monday and out Hthla witter known for rheumatism,

is a guest of Kevins htver- of St. Augustine, after attending the number of orange trees on his propeityat the Clnrlnn.itus Farms and Hallway, bagged 81> quail. Mr. Jacob wont tlolling kidney nnd bladder troubles may bo had.It .
few hotel, where his genial and happy- meeting of the National Tobacco Glowers Eau Gallle.Mrs. Sebastian. on Indian River, Wednesday afternoon Is a flrst-chuta hotni with leasonable

ling characteristics aie making him Association loturnod Gardner A Walker's and returned with a Hue trout and rates, and you should pay It a
at Miami, E. S. Sterry, of Albany, N. Y., GOODS : See visit.i
(mjfiiends. home on Fiiday night last.Mr. mother of Manager Fred Sterry, of opening Saturday; also new hats.Mrs. cavalll, Mr. II. K. Bomls, tho popular manngeiof

-Mr. Andrew S. Lee (a former manaer Palm Beach passed through Tltusvllle, Mr. Marley and Mr. Simmons brought Hotel Blscayne, Miami wns at Rook
Charles Blum and wife, of Jacksonville and little *
Hotel Indian River Rockledge,) Martin Ualley son,
of stopped off at Tltusvillo a short Tuesday, en route to the latter place, ona in to Rookledgo from Luke lVlimolt, on ledgo a few days this week. Ho Informed
bride have returned to tjie East London Conn. anivod in town
of New
bis ,
visit to her son.Mr. Wednesday, a laige catch of black bass, us ho would probably give up
while Tuesday down the
on en route
West.Mr. visit to Mrs. T. T. Wetmoio. -
to Key this week
from a a trip on the largest weighing over ten pounds.Mrs. the managomwnt'of the whichhasenjoytda
llUrayne -
East Coast. Mr. Blum is a prominent and Mrs. B. F. Ives and family, Mrs. Bailey has not visited Tltusvillo
Reed and Simmons
A. B. Turner, of Grand Rapids, liquor meichant in the above city.Messrs. who have been spending the winter at in five and her mother (Mrs.Wetmore Mr. duplicated remaikably good pation-
this catch on ThurHdiy, getting at the this time
who is enjoying the hospitalities ago soason some during April
Plaza, this winter, spent from McFarland, Kailavagn and their orange grove at LaGrange, Informs Philadelphia ) and ft lends are glad to boo same place and same number offish.Amnntl.thn so that he can take c liar go of the

Ich. until Tuesday in town stop- Bradbury, accompanied by Mesdames us that they home.Mr. have. arrived at their her in town again. many guests at Hotol Indian Mohonk House, Lnko Mohonk, N. Y..

at the Fischer cottage.Miss Biadbury and McFailand, spent a day Among tho pleasant guests at Nevlns' Rivor, Rocklodgo, aio Mr. and Mrs. which opens In two or throe weeks'time.

or so at Rockledge the end of last week. J. Quald, of Brooklyn, N. Y Is Rivervlew hotel, Merritt, nro Mrs.M. Robert Marshall and dimming little .
Li da M. Greaves, of New York, They made the trip in the yacht Awixa.Mr. said to be the most smait and lively man M. Warner and her talented daughter
daughter a pleasant family Homo Wester and
very prominent Key *
I still sojourning with her brother.
Imager Joseph I*. Greaves, of Hotel Julius Kline left here, Sunday, of his age on Indian River. He is nearly the Miss Helen G. Warner', better known from Fall River, Mass. Mr. Marshall other weiil thy pooplo from the north and

St. Augustine where she hast for New York, to visit his wife and ninety years of age, and Is spending as Miss Helen Harcourt. Miss Warner and wife are truo disciples of Sir Isaao elsewhoro are guest* at the Conolly

tazar le. friends this ,winter.Mr. child and to lay in a stock of new summer winter with his daughter, Mrs. Thomas is a writer of considerable ability, whose Walton, and have made sonio very fine louse, Miami. This will be found adollghtful
|< many F. Nevlns, at Meriitt.Mr. articles many of our readers have read. heir .
goods. Miss Beulah Bauknlght now catches during I fortnight's stay.On liouso at which to spend a

John CasBldey, of Brooklyn, N. holds a position in the store.Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reed, Miss Reed The summer home of the above Indies Isat Monday last Mr. Maishall, In company few weeks or even months as everything

who owns a place at Merritt, just and Miss Bessie Reed, of Pittsburg, Pa., Montclalr, Fla. with Judge R. II. Lnlmbecrcaught11811)H. Is of stioh a homo-like nature, tho

ritli of Mr. Thursby's winter home, is and Mrs. J. W. Erregger, of after spending some months at Rock Among those who were out of t'twn of silver trout and channel bass, appointments being excellent In all

the spot looking after its Improvers several Brooklyn places, N., who the have state been are now visitingi the ledge, left for Hotel Ormond on Tues the end of last and first of this week some of the trout tipping the scalo at respect*. Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Conolly

of Nevlns' Rivervlew, hotel atMerritt. day. Mr. Merricka noted disciple of were : Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Brady, atRockledge Ollbs.Mr.. are the gonial proprietors, ably assisted

-t.Mr.. and Mrs. J. W. Ballantine, ofImerville guests Mr. Erregger owns property at Sir Isaao Walton at Ormond will have ; Col. D L. Oaiihlen, at Fort ('. C. Jeromo has returned toRocklodgo by their charming daughters, who do

N. J., who have been spendg atDaytona. to look after bis laurels, for Mr. and Mrs. Pierce; G. Cary-Elwes, at Jacksonville; from a fishing cruiso to all they possibly can for the comfort of

the winter at Sharpes, are now oni'ir Reed are very expert with the rod and Judge Minor S. Jones and Wad a Jones, Miami, having a huge number of bluefish their guests.

way home for the summer, having Geo. Huston, of Chicago, who reel. west of Fort Pierce: Chas. II, Walton, atMerritt and cavllll, many of them weighing'' Hotel Granada, Eau Galllo, I* the only

Jirted north this week.Mr. has a winter borne at Cocoa, came up to Mrs. James J. O'Connell, wife of and Rockledge; P. G. Walton, atMiami. ten pounds. The party also caught ashaik houso built of stone on Indian River,

town Tuesday in his fine naphtha launch of leading physicians, and measuring eight feet anil seven and It* location is seoond to none for
who one Brooklyn's
T. A. Snider of Cincinnati, his wife and
us a
accompanied by ,
Ins a fine piece of property at Hobe call. Mr. and Mrs. Huston gave expect her little daughter, Gertrude, who have The big swimming pool at Nevlns' Inches, and all report a most delightful fishing and hunting. The rooms are
pleasant of time. Mr. Jeiomo It ml as his guests on comfortable attonr'unoe and the
Kind been sojourning at Nevlns' Rivervlew Rivervlew hotel, Merritt, is a source good,
has been down Lake Worth
on 15.Mrs. .
the north
leave for
to on April
Ih week with a composed of Mrs. hotel, Merritt, for some time past, expect considerable enjoyment to the ladles, of this trip J. P. Reed, L. W. Rattonfleld, table first-class. Plenty of fresh milk

filler, Miss Mabel party Snider Miss Shoenpger J. P. Ramsey, Mrs. Nettle R. to leave for home in a few days.Mrs. whom Mesdames Tan do anil Nevlns, of Cliauncv Jerome, Fred Smith and Dr.W. from Jersey cows Is always on the table.

and Mr. Edward Snider.Among Powell and Miss Maggie Ramsey, ofIlackensack O'Connell Is accompanied by two Brooklyn, appear to be tho leaders. II. Hague. Mr. Reed left for Ormond Eau Galllo Is a remarkably healthy locality.

N. J., weto pleasant callers bright young ladies the Misses Catherine Every moinlng the whole neighborhood on Tuesday, to try his luck from It has one of the biggest (low*

the visitors who attended at this office on Friday. Tbey will leave and Albertina Stebblns, who also resounds with the merry laughter of the the bridge. of artesian water In the state; and, a*

Moody meetings, recently held ati to-day for the Holly Inn, Daytona, to hail from Brooklyn. many ladles who bathe in this pool, The fluidng has boon unusually good both the steamer* from Tltusvllle, and

i Stetson University, DeLand, was the spend about a week. Mrs. J. H. Andrus President Geo. F, Miles, of the Indian which is supplied by a running stream during the past week at Ormond, and East Coast Line trains stop at this point,

". W. N. Chaudoin, of LaGrange, accompanies them. Inland Naviga of pure artesian water, the angleis have been fully rewarded, we would strongly advise you to pay
River* Bay Blscayne *
hident'of the Florida Baptist State Hotel Grenada a visit. Manager Oeo. O.UIoohoii .
Invention. The Misses E. and L. Newman, of tion Co., was in town a short while on Mr. C. W. Young, of Calais, Me., returning with a good string of fish from will certainly make com

Brooklyn, N. Y., are two pleasant ladies Tuesday, and gave our office a pleasant was a pleasant caller at the Ahvocatk the river and surf. Mr. E. D. Buffing- fortable.Nevlns'. you

-Mrs. James Prltchard returned ton who add much to the pleasure of the call ere returning to St. Augustine. Mr. office >esterday. having arrived in town ton, nf Worcester, caught from the Ormond

on Tuesday after a delightful stay guests of Nevlns' Rivervlew hotel by Miles is quite pleased over the large Tuesday. While lie re lie went on a lulling bridge, recontly, beforo breakfast, Rivervlew hotel, Merritt, 1*

[several weeks' duration with Mr. and their musical abilities and charming amount of tourist patronage his steamboats trip to the Haulover with lilw cousin, sixteen line trout. A fine string wa* now being run in first-class style by Mr*.

H F. T. Budge at Miami. Little Miss manners. reoeived this season. .The boats Mr. F. II. Young, of Broken Bow, Neb., also brough in by Mr. Merrick. Mr. 11.G. M.r II. Mahon, of Philadelphia. This

inny Budge came back with Mrs. Prit- oould not accommodate half the people and enjoyed very good sport. M r. C. W. Brookings, Capt. John Scudder, Mr.E. house I* situated on high, dry pine land,
Miss Aline Egger, who had been at who applied for staterooms. The beautiful Young, who is the owner of tboproperty C. Simmons and Mr. M. B. Wallace on the east side of Indian River, nearly

ard.Mr. Miami a week or so with Mr. and Mrs.II. Indian River is a great "drawingcard" just north of Tltusvillo known us bund fished up the Tomoka river, milking a opposite Coooa, and it ha* done a bigger

and Mrs. Chas.n.. Plumb and J. Egger, returned to Tltusvllle onTuesday. for tourists.Mr. Point returned home yesterday; while fine catch of black bass. Mr. Brookings business thl* season than evor before.

and Mrs. Punderson, prominent resists We understand that Mrs.Egger Mr. F., II. Young went down to Sebastian caught the largest, weighing six and For some time past the house ha* been

of Stockbridge, Mass., were passRers Is now well on the road to good L. B. Goodall, of Sanford, Me., where lie has a fishing camp.Mr. a-half pounds.Messrs. orowded with guests, which I* a strong
for St. Augustine on Tuesday'* health again, which fact her numerous brother of Mr. E. M. Goodall, who has proof that the management I* just the

rthbound train. Tbey have been ending friends will be glad to learn.Mr. been on a trip to Palm Beach, left for and Mrs. Chas. O. Banks, ofNewltocliellc McFarland, Karlavagn andBradburywent thing to suit the travollng nubile. Mr*.

the hospitalities of the New Rockiga well Daytona and Seabreeze, 'Tuesday, on a N.-Y., have been an agreeable alligator hunting, Tues Mahon Is no new hand at the hotel business

hotel, Rockledge, for several weeks Fred Aldridge has, Brooklyn's made Nevlns'Rivervlew visit to his parents. Mr. GotxlaJl made addition to the -social life at the day. They oruised In tholr yaoht Awixaa anil the many kind words we bare*
known decorator, Beach been far as the Haulover, and then made
fib* the tiip from Tltusvillo to Palm Plaza Rockledge. They have regular *
heard In her favor the
spoken by guestsIs -
hotel wear a very festive appearance steamer and told our reCorter to Rockledge during many for the home of the alligator. They
and return by visitors
-Mr. Elgin F. Curry, who has been by the many bright-colored he had had a glorious time. He annual winter tours of the state. Mrs. eventually discovered a lift, one, which certainly an Indication that they

ftioned at Palm Beach as deputycolftor flags he has displayed. He has considerable to again visit the East Coast next Banks has a whining graclousness of was evidently an old warrior, for he only are well pleased with Nevlns'Rivervlew

of customs during the past two ability in this line, and the praise winter. His parents will leave Seabreeze while her husband Is ever the had three feet, and had vaiious marks hotel. _,

"firs has resigned In favor of Mr. Allen. bestowed upon him by the guests is well for Maine about the, first of May.Gov. genial manner bon, homme. He is a lawyer of of a previous severe conflict upon hi* The Sunday evening sacred conoerts

has been a very popular young man deserved. large practice, and was at one time editor body. After a big struggle In which wo and the swimming pool havo been .more

I his many friends regretted to see Mrs. M. S. Quay and Mr. and Mrs.R. W. D. Bloxham and Col. T. V. and proprietor of the New Uochelle are told McFsrlaud had a narrow escape attractive than ever at the Royal Palm,

leave. However, we hope to see of Bever Pa. were passengers Kessler came up from Miami on a private Tribune the oldest paper at that New of having a leg bitten off tho alligator Miami, thl* season, and both feature*
Fn on the East Coast at future R. Quay, Friday last, They had been also killod another alligator
some Friday's southbound train. Mrs. car, on York city suburb.Rev. was killed. They have beon much enjoyed by a largo number
on attending the National Tobacco Growers'Association measured Oft. MoFurland
which over of people. Dancing has not been
e.Mr. Quay informed us that they were on meeting. The governor John T. Huntington, of Hartford have the
and Karlavaccn now either and delightful
and Mrs. Wm. McFarland, Mr.P their to her winter home, at St.Lucie wood neglected many
>. G. way stepped oil on the platform at Titusvrlle 'Conn.; and his son, Dr. liar hides of these big saurian* to show their gormana havo been Indulged In. Thl*
McFarJi'l left Senator Quay
and Willie -
Karlavagn and that they been
for a few minutes, and many of his Huntington, of New) York, have friends.Mr. hotel one of the sumptuous hostelrle*
who arrived the first ofInuary to his senatorial
here about attending
at Washington, hand Ormond.
friends met and gave him a hearty spending a short time at Hotel Hotel
Florida East Coast
of the System
will haul out their yacht duties. We were pleased to meet shake. They were entertained by Mr.Flagler They have also been on a visit of several J. P. Reed shot twelve quail while boon under the
which has a usual
ftlxa until next year, and leave ononday the above party, who are always welcome during their short stay at Palm days to their orange grove at Lyratta, on a hunting trip recently. Messrs.Rugerman able management, of Air., II. W. Merrill,
next for In the East Coast.Mrs. and Grandln caught In Indian
Indiana. company visitors to Beach and Miami. Gov. Bloxham said with which they were much pleased,
staff of and
helped by a competent very
I Mr. E. L. Bradbury, they have had an W. D. Mussenden and her he was feeling better In health this winter the trees looking In fine condition. Rev. River seventeen trout weighing fifty affable assistant*, will soon close now.On .
time cruising up and hown the daughter, Mrs. R. H. Baxter, of Bath, than for some years past.Mrs. Huntington and aon came down to Tltusvllle pound*. Among a fine catch of Sunday last, after the arrived of the
pt Coast hunting and fishing.Mr The former left, brought In by C. C. Jerome was a< cavalll.
In town Monday, on a visit on Wednesday. and West,
Me., arrived Thos. E. Barbour, of Eau while Mrs, steamer* from Nassau Key
and and Mrs. M. P. Robbins. next day for Enterprise, to view his orange weighing eight pounds,
Mrs. Usher McLellan unusual
narry proml- to Mrs. Gallic, has our thanks for a large bouquet and the latter Reed caught an eight-pound trout. Mr. the Royal Palm presented an
it residents of Baltimore, Md., were Mrs. Mussenden and her daughter of beautiful roses, which have been grovo at that place, fish animated appearance with Its numerous
at the Indian River hotel Prince I* having great success as a
inscngers on Wednesday's northbound are not strangers to Tltusvllle, and their much admired by the many ladies who stopped over and son erman. He caught in a alfort time six guest*.
*>n, en route to Hotel Ormond. They friends are pleased to again see office this until to-day. Mr. Huntington
the Advocate
many called at .
have that pound*
afternoon trout weighed thirty-six
"I been will probably remain will be at Hotel from
stopping at Hotel Royal Poinana. in town. They
them Barbour Is still sojourning
week. Mrs. when tbey start for Mr. Kinney secured a fine channel bass, Hone* Wanted.
returning toMaine. until Monday,
Palm well weeks before
Beach and other several Indian
winter on
at her elegant northern home*. We weighing nineteen pound*, and Mr.
own resorts in Dade county and had Mrs. Baxter was quite a favorite Mrs. Sidney their respective
and Is accompanied by channel the
River, call.Mr. caught a twenty-one-pound Save yonr bone* and send them to
Tltusvllle. a
'Joyed themselves immensely. Mrs. during her former visits to Friend, of Paterson, N. J., and Vice- bass. Messrs. Bennett, Jerome, Reed Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack*
crAold Us tnev expected to remain E. K. Sprague, of the Central and Mrs. Hugh McLaughlin and and them..
the most parties we have president and Prince are indefatigable, very sonvllle, Fla. Will pay cash for
of merry
Oimond weeks. Mr.Ht One alsoMrs.. of Brooklyn.N. .
yio oneor two this season are atNevlns' Stamping Co., of New York; Miss Laura McLaughlin, successful fishermen. 1
'* large on the met on Indian River should feel at Nevlns
ProPerty owner hotel Merritt. Tbey J. Kline.. Mrs. Barbour Y., are still sojourning "
The "Advocate.
r Rivervlew ,
of Brooklyn proud of her pretty home, surrounded Rivervlew hotel,. Merritt, where they are
are all well known residents with palms, orange, themselves immensely. Mr. IMrieapple (J rowers t t
Is growing
Mr. it enjoying
and and Mr. as
Mrs. John P. Taaffe N. Y., and among them are: leader of The Indiam Riven Advocate I* oa
and other varieties the well known
> b Anna Taaffe, after spending several McLaughlin, Miss Laura grapefruit, rose many McLaughlin the news-stands at five
following ,
and Mrs. Hugh well as some Democrat* I* looking for lumber and lath at
wits F.Nevlns of trees, in. bloom; as the Brooklyn Write as price* on
Kevins Riverow Thomas
pleasantly at and Mrs.
very McLaughlin, Mr. would tickle the with a good We rook-bot cent* per copy :
hotel Nevlns fine pineapples that bright and sprightly, for shed*. can give you
Merritt leave for Frank ,
r home, expect to Mr..J. Quald, Mr. and Mrs. J.P. palate of New Jerseyites were they to Suite of tan on his genial countenance, tom prices. U. F. Paddiso* A Co., Tltusvllle Mr*. Emma Eaton.
N. Y. to-mor- Mr.
Brooklyn, Mrs. Jas. J. O'Connell, the exercise than Fla. J. U. Screven.St. .
and taste this luscious fruit as cut from and he take* more walking Eau Gallle,
J Mr. Taaffe la enthusiastic fish- Taaffe, Mr. r
an Anna
man, and it would aurprlso his North"ends Taaffe, Misses Catherine stalk by Mrs. Barbour. any other guest of the hotel. Mr*. McLaughlin Augustine Hotel Alcazar. I.fJJfjT" I.
W. Erregger,
Mrs. J. fills In much time promenading Hotel Ponce de Leon!
to see the big strings of fish and Albertlna Stebblns, Mr. John J.Cashman IUver gathering E. II, Armstrong, the well known
?a* wen bringing in. They are sorry Mr. and Mrs. John F. Morrlsey Spring Millinery. the bank* of beautiful wild ,flowers, of optician, 1* now on the East Coast, and Ormond notel Ormond.
leave Indian River so soon, but busfE Mr. Fred Aldridge, Mr. and Mrs. bouquets while Mia* Laura will be located at Dr. J, B. Screven's Palm Beach The Inn.

** caV! Mr. Taaffe away from our Charles Johnson, Misses E. and L. Newman Fine line of sailors and dress hats atMm. which she gets with many her; kodak, ready to drug store at Tltusvllle, on Marob 88, Royal Poloolana.

f nial climate. Mr. Wm. Henderson, Mr. John H.Newman. H. W. Reynolds. goe* around innocent alligator for four days: at the store of T. Chaffee, Miami The Royal Palm.
It on any poor,
_____________ snap that may happen to cross her path. The and Melbourne at the, March store of 31,II.for Olmatead three days, Eau;

,.Indian .IUver, For Hardware, Gallle, Indian IClver. above party are looking of the well amusements in health, Gallle, March 3-i, for three day*. Those As an advertising medium, no-

and join In most weak sight will do on the East Coast can beat hAdvocate.
|Uas having eye or poor paper
"ores one of the most attractive general Stoves, Paints, Oil* and Ship- The Spartan Grocery Store can supply that take place at the above hotel. well to see the doctor, a* heT* an established Give u* a trial advt.,

on the East Coast. You can find Lumber, to Edward Stiling, Cocoa, you with all kinds of staple and fancy optician In Jacksonville, and well and bo convinced of the pink papei'aworth.
'fy-hing you need there. Fitting out chandlery, go and dry good*, groceries, etc. Do not fail togit *
price All work .
msing parties a specialty.Paxtos Fla. stock Is the largest this store a trial. I Local New* Continued on page** and 8. known. guaranteed.

Hatch, props. tne lowest on Indian River.

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without the pink paper or with It not the TlnseTo
Monthly School Statement* Now Is -
pink; would it smell as sweet aa any ....
other color T We thought not, and *are purify your blood with lld'f

Ohio Woman Suffered Great Agony rejoiced to know that v e are not to be Statement for the month ending the Sarsaparilla. Maich, April and May A.ftENRY

Frpm Tarnbla Sore Her Story of put to the test, that the pink paper Is tobe 1st day of March, A D 1808, for Brevard the trying months of the year. At this Proprietft
the better. blood is filled with mparl- Wholesale and Retail Dealer in >
the Case, and Har Curo. same, constantly growing County, Florida.KECAPITrLATIOW.. season your the

"For many yean I wan afflicted with Our letters from the north all winter winter ties which, and have these accumulated Impurities during must De STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
have of cold
complained disagieeable
milk leg, and a few years ago it broke out storms, and a bright day has, been hailed Total receipts during month. . $1116.23 Immediately expelled. "<> !' Sal Dft'rllla l *%i
In a soro aud spread from my foot to myknue. Total expenditures 1070.27 is the one true blood purifier. Jt is
aa a rare delight. "Comparixons are Write or call for oor CasL Price List which
wbfch has aecrmplished ,
I aullered gieat It would the medicine will ]
agony. odious, therefore I say nothing of the ITEMIZED BECEIPTS. remarkable cures or pea 1"'
bum and Keu all tlie time and discharge weather on Indian Uiver. many thousands of 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE
Balance la last
treasury report. 886 01 all blood diseases. It is whaUhe roilllans FU.
great deal. My health was good with From tax collector 10 < 31 health Telephone No. 255.Groceiies.
The members of the Library Association school-levy. take In the spring to build up
the exception of this sore. I tried a peat acMve social < " > 020 02
are very in promoting aud ward off sickness.
many kinds of salve, but soma wonid well-being. An evening recently wan ' poll tax 19 00

Irritate the soro so Ibat.I could hirdly spent with Longfellow, in lira favors ofMrs. State treasurer, school fund Int. 302 00

stand tbo pain. I could not go near the Steven Michael. On that occasion Tax Assessor's Notice.I .

liro without suffering intensely. So mo one able essays were read by Miss Louise Total receipts $1110 2:1ITBMIZKD :

sent me papers containing testimonials of Hawson and Mrs. Alberta Foster, with KXPBNDITUrfKS.Jno will be at the following places for
the life and woiks of the great poet" for the of assessing taxes for the
and I told purpose
cures by Saisaparilla, subject. MIkh Luc Leatherman recited II Sams, salary SuptJno 75 00

my husband 1 would ilka to try this medicine from Hiawatha the;death of Minnehaha, II Sams, traveling expenses, 20 00 year* 1808 Friday ZFxva-lt sixa-d. IE=>

lie got me a bottle and I Tound it In The A L Hatch, memb. Board. . .'. 7 0D >ficco. xod.u.c
a very delightful manner. membcrs J S Snewden Grant, Saturday, 131 and 133 Cast Bay Street and O and 8 Mewnan Street
helped mo. I kept on taking It until my greatly n-gietted the enforced absence 400 Malabar, Tuesday,

limb was completely benled. I cannot of Miss Lelhlo Wigfield, especially Advocate pub. statements 100 Tillman, Wednesday,
praise Hood's BarHaporllla enough for the as It was known that she was prepared Leatbeiman, build'g house, 4 75 Melbourne, Thursday,

great benefit It but been to me. It to give the story of Evangeline. It is I Geo It S N bank.Hatch Int., reprs on on indebt'ness building,, 78 500 43 Eau Gallic, Friday, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE
hoped that she will yet glvn It. The CITY.We
cleanses tbo blood of all impurities and American book Co, text books.. 130 14 (ieorgiana, Monday, .
next session Is bo of and
to a library
leaven it rich and Mus.AnkaE.Eaebn Lotus, Tuesday.
pure. musical character, followed by an oyster Florid* Star, envelopes 2 25 are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes
Whittlesey, Ohio. II & W S Brew Co paint & Ink. 5 20 Banyan,, Wednesday, and Cow Pm,
also full line of
tew, March lth.) Tropic, Thursday, guaranteed genuine. We carry a Ilay, Grain and Feed. We .
You buy Hood's Sarsaparilla of all
SUMMARY*. Merrltt, Saturday, your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased.
Bo to Hood's.favorite .
druggists. sure get-only
Canaveral. Teachers salaries 1312 50Otucr Shlloh, Tuesday, MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.llucklen's

Hood's Pills SlS family tills ai8 77 Ilaujover, Wednesday,, .
aMORAL I'rlce 200. Tieusville, Thursday,

[Crowded out of last Issue.] Total amt. bills*paid $1079 27 Mima, Friday, .
LaGrange, Saturday, E. Winciienbacu, Manager.FLORIDA

Quite a good many visitors are coming Canaveral, Tuesday,

ENVIRONMENT.Br to the beach.Col. Sjatkop Ohio, Cixr or Toledo* ss. Blanks will be left at all the postoffioes MACHINE

Hagan and wife have been entertaining Lucas County. in the county for the purpose of

X.ADT COOK {liet TEMVKBSKK'Cl.Al'LlN) a number of yeung people. Frank J. Cheney makes oath that heIs making returns. J. F. Wootbn,

Fur the Iiulian River /tilrocat?: Some anxiety was felt here on account the senior partner of the firm of F. J.Cbnney Assessor. IRON and BRASS CASTINGS.

[Continued from tost of the sudden Illness -of Master Thott.Jeffords fc Co., doing business in the city
wook.JWe but who is of Toledo, county and'state aforesaid,
now Improving. Salve.
bear much of &*hletlos and the and said firm will pay the sum of one Arnica General Repairing Promptlv & Accurately Done.

higher education, iioth are gnwd, but Quito a merry party were at the lightbouse hundtod dollars for each and every case
neither Is the highest. The truly liijrher Sunday. 'Capt, Stark, V. I\ Honeywell of catarrh that cannot be cured by tho The'bent Salve In the world for cuts, Shafting
and F. Wilson -entertained the bruises ulcers salt rheum, fever Iron Building C.olumns, Tulleys, Hangei,
education Is not t< be/o ind In any scholastlo use of Hall's Catarrh Cure.FjtANK sores, ,

cunlculum, but residua Immodlafoly guests.A J, ClIKNKY. soreB, tetter, chapped hands, chilblains, and Boxes In Stock.

in our homo, and circle of acquaintances letter written in Spanish Has been Sworn to before me and subscribed Inmy corns, and all skin eruptions, and positively Sash Weights and Orate

Bad moio remotely In our general forwarded to you. Its merit your correspondent presence, this 0th day of December, cures Piles, or no pay required.It Saw Mandrels of all Sizs
environment. Hut while physical and does not know. It was found A. D. 1880.J Is guaranteed to give perfect satisfaction Bars a Specialty.

mental education have their gyrannsla, on the beach. ar money refunded. Price 2.>c. per Furnished.

schools, and college*, in abundance, J SRAL. [ A. W. GLEASON, box. For sale by F. S. Chaffee fc Vo.'

moral education Is left pretty mitch toahlft Lee Chandler brought a party from Notary Public.Hall's SUGrAZl. -. 3VCXX for iteelf. We the cart before Titusvillo last Friday, and the' actual
put Catarrh Cure Is taken internally Educate Tour IloweU With Casoarets. Telephone 102. Office and atEnd of
the horse, and expect both to sailing time from (lock to dock was 3 Shops ( Viaduct In Klverslilt
no ontrniglit hours and acts directly on the blood and mucous Candy Cnthnrtle, cure constipation foroier.10a .
and meriily. We subordinate 45 minutes.Mtas surfaces of the system. Send for ,OOo, It,druggists refund money. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.OHAS. .

the higher to the lower, and are surprised Hattle Jeffords la improving ber testimonials, free.F. .
if the higlior do not rule I We do all kinds of woik at this
garden farm, and with the ofspiing job
prospects J. CHENEY & CO., Toledo, O.JXjy .
Lot men nay what they will, but no weather expects to show what Sold office. Give us a trial order.
) a by druggists 75o. mart
one is a fcoe agent. Bach is 11 ret restricted young lady can do in garden venture. IB I-i "CT JUL &Z CO.
by the eternal laws of nature, ,

and next is modi Hod by ever varying cir Considerable Interest is taken in the The title of Xew Hampshire was given THINGS HAVH CHANGED.Mrs. DEALERS IN #

cumstances. Environment fanhlons us approaching Miss wedding of W. Pruitorius to to the stats granted td him In 1020 by 3FM.XX "Wxxos and I lciTiors
whether we will or not; environment Florence Wilson, daughter of Cap

contrids our will forms our sentiments, tain and Mrs. Wilson, to take place onMarch.auth. John Mason in compliment to his native Time Works Wonders, and Herein i7, a 410 "W. Bay St.,

gives us our speech, our morality, and ( J county In England. This Fact is ClearlyDemonstrated.

our religion, clothes aud educates us, The report about the filibustering ex JACKSONVILLE, \ FLA,

and shapes our destiny. Predestination pedition, given in the H. Y. Herald of Free Fills.Kvervltody RICH WIKF.B create good, rich bal

Is not required for these thiugs; environment Feb. 28tJi, has been entirely misrepresented. A few Pr.VI tby blood.' Don't make the niisialt i
is all uflcient.] years ago Imjing sour poor wine becaiiM Ilk
Somebody must hnvo taken advantage
to Florida
This view, which Is surely a correct of ''the send Send your address to IX. E. BucklenA and ire liecnn nine practice byadvertising. cheap. It Is not. It bas a nasty, dmgreeable
special" to .
one, should go far to destroy ninny ..errors you.A Co.* Chicago, and get a free sample In less than good wine effect is really upon not the system, hil expeimhe *
one of which Is that all delinquency large tourist party Is 'expected. box of Dr. King's New Life Pills. A tiial a week be was tbo most gives you that pulled-togethe(,,kHaatlsfled u
"talked about" In
must be punished. Wo might go farther Rooms have been engaged, and Charles will convince you of their merits. Those the S ate. Physicians man feeling.rsr .

and question If any punishment iBt use rhillpsen has promised to furnish boats pi Ha nro easy In action and are particu wereaaked by tiieir f>atlonts liim Mountain We make a Dew Specialty Corn V of hl North, Cu>

ful, and wHother it does not do fnoro and facilities for tarpon fishing. No larly effective In the cure of constipation what they thought years old, S .iM) per kallon. kej 11m
about this Dr. Vincent.
harm than good. What our criminals pUce In Floilda can give greater sport and sick headaoho. For malaria Clinging to the teaching Parties living in Dry To ns will a
and ne'er-do-wells of tho community than Canaveral Bight.Mrs. and liver troubles they have been proved of a decade Afro, and well to order from us, as we can tut
them so all ,
want la not punishment,, but pity: no J.
that Feaster, of LaGrange, fico from as a sort of an Interloper ty Always send money with ordnt
not the Idlotle perfectly deleterous substance
or sentimental pity brought hex young and handsome daughter eveiy their reply was 'W e will not open new account! units
,whlch pets and coddles thorn, and does : accompanied by.Ml and to be purely vegetable. They always the name: "lieis suitable Jacksonville reference l lt*
more for them than for honest people and sues V.Bellenfante do not weaken by their action, but by an advorttHor,and jrotican't No Goods sent C. O. D to Dry Town.Afrent .
but the Sue Wilkes, 'both of Tennossue. giving tone to the and expect him to be much on that account." fo.r Indianonnlls Ilrewlnr Co,
which stomach bowels
pity resolute for tliolr They were entertained by Mrs. Lucy How wonderfully thinga bave changed in a few Brewers and Bottlers,lndlaiuiolu] ,lis
reformation or their destination reformation WcKouzio, at Beach Sight. greatly invlgoiate the system. Regular short months. To-day there is not an honeatIn Hercules Malt Tonic, $2.28 per case; Clayton& Russell Wild Cherry Brandy,$4.50 per cm.
If It can bo attained, extinction ize 2.>o per box. Sold by F. S. Chaffeei the city, but who will eay that
if It cannot. We air % Co., druggists. )r. Vincent has certainly cured many of the
expect our
worst kinds of chronic canos. Hut It is not tile
to be well-oonducted and honest. But Says So.Cascarots phyxlcluns Who are suppoxed to know of all SAW AND
what sort of nn environment surrounds thetie curea. Go where you will throughout the PLANING MILLS, JACKSONVILLK YARD,
Candv Cutliartic, the most won [Remember, the Aijvooatk Tltusvllle city nr State and you will hear of thette cages Pnlatka, Fla.
the greater part of them f Is It derful nit-illcui IS. Bay St., Foot of Catheru* |
con diHro\ery of tliu At the
ape, pleasant does all kinds same time, Dr. Vlncont does not claim tobe
ducive to manliness In the men or mud- and refivalnnff to the taale, act geutly of job printing. Give inalilblo. lie sometimes falls, but when be
testy In tho womon 1 Or la It too often a and positively on kidneys, liver nnd bowels, us ashareof your work.] does, the chances are that there is no hope for WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY
circle of vice and debauchery t Our cleansing the entire system, dispel <-olds, the case, no matter where he goes. In all canes
euro headaolie, lever, habitual emmtlpatlonunci he asks but a fair and impartial trial. That isall. ,
with .
physical and moral filth
biilnlmuess. Please To Cur
buy and try n box Couatlpiitloni Fonrnr.
our streets art) at the mercy of drunken of (J. U. C. to-day; 10, &\ Alt cents. Hold and Tolie Cascarets Cant)v Cathartic, lou orSBa SPECIALTIES: Manufacturers of
if and foul-mouthod ruffians and abandoned guaranteed to cure by all drUKgists. It C. U. C. full to cure, druKti'uta refund mouey.ALICX CATARRH and all CHRONIC DISEASES of
women, who the Eye, Kur, None, Throat, Lung*.Heart. Stomach
perambulato them at pleasure Liver, Lumber
and hustlo linwels Kiilnevs, liladder. Nerves, Cypress Shingles and lath
virtue from the pave- Skin and lllood Chronio I leers (old sore leu), ,
mont Shall we flog them at the cart's Jas. Wright, who died In Broolcv t'ancer, Rupture, Stricture, Varicocele, Hydro ,

tall, as of old, or reform them ? We lyn last week, was the last full blooded NEAR. KKNEST TAYLOR.It the cele knife.and Pifes Rheumatism iruaranteed,cured diseases without peculiar usinir to A large stock of Dry Cypress flooring
cannot celling, siding, mouldings,
resume obsolete punishments, member of the tribe of Mohawk Indians. NEAR & TAYLOR women and Private Diseases of both sexes, re lath and pickets
but how can they bo reformed ? By.a. Klven special attentionNo / always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypresmouldings
change of environment by With her death the tribe became extinct. charge for consultation. Fees always reas of all patterns a specialty.
; withdrawing
(SuooesKora to John McAllister.) onable. Special rates for in ill treatment.DR. .
them from them their old haunts and compelling Florida was named by Ponce de Leun, W, T. S. VINCENT, Specialist. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us.IfcT .

specially to earn nn honest living In In accordance with the day of its dlsoovory Artesian Well Contractors Mohawk lilnck, cor. Ray & Market Streets,
arrangod"homes and In.a
moral Jacksonville, Florida.
atmosphere. We hnvo to wit, Easter Sunday, which
In this country a Hours! 9 to 13 a. m.; 2 to 4 <& T to 8 m.
EAU p.
vast number of notoriously (tumoral persons In the Spanish language Is stylod PascuaFlorida. GALLIE, FLA. Sundays 3:J0 to S p. m.only. W. B.

; on the other hand, we have a groat DAWSON

many Intelligent and charitably disposed ,

people with nothing to do. Here I Invite your Attention to my Complete Stock of Wholesale and Retail
are tho two forces which should como

together, the vicious and the reforma "To tell
tive, raid the truth my -* HARDWARE AND CROCKERY
agents would be useless' for *-
mother baa
this remedial work WINE &
for unless done from lived with MERCHA1CosrwoB
a spirit of pure charity It could never one foot in Glassware, Lamps and, Lanterns. All kinds of Boat Goods, Stoves, Tinware OranIteware
succeed. -
But gentle men and women the c'ave," doors, sash and blinds, aud Builders' Hardware, water coolers Ice
urged by the divine Impulses of the good writes Mrs. freezers. Quick meal gasoline atoves, Blue Flame kerosine oil stoves, garden, cream
monks and nuns of old days, could Eugene Stantsenberg plows and harrows and Fruit tools
wean paints oils. and
Jelly glasses 19
bock manf an evil and stubborn nature of.No. and barbed wire, poultry netting West Bay -Jacksonville Fla.
to the 1604 Walker ,
paths of decency and
and do what rectitude, Ave, Houston, Harrison Bros* Ready lixed. Fine Old
could prisons and paid chaplains Texas, in a letter Faints. Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines
never accomplish. At present to Dr. R. V. Please Write .me for Prices. i ,
things are going altogether wrong. The Pierce, of Buffalo tlomor your patronage. Mali Order, given Prompt aud Careful Attention respectfully solicit a nor.
social evil is Increasing, so are Insanity N. Y. prices answered promptly. and inquiries for Meiican and Florida Cigars.XT'IIVIE

and legal offences. Respect on'the part "With a most 3**. 33. C3H1.TJ33I3H. .

H of the young for age, for goodness, for thankful heart I FANCY
the sex, and for Uielr superiors. Is de -wlll tell you West Palm Beach, Fla. GROCERIES

creasing, and threatens to disappear al derful abont the won WniSKEYS from $2.00 Ter Gallon GcofcV9"
together. The board cure effected in her upwards. I handle no Compound
schools turn their case. She has been Price List
a per. upon application.
pupils out- Tour Jug Trade Solicited.
with enough superficial fcet wreck for seven loog If wish to
knowledge to make them conceited and ****** No words can describe what sh haa open an account you must give first-class oity references.

> aauoy, but with the minimum of moral sumred..She could not sleep on account of / .
jj training. We need new environments aerera pains. She tried every doctor around LARGEST DEALERS IN .
or rather here and spent hundreds of dollars without 1
a purifying of the present ones, " *"*' After hearing of Vehicles, Ilarness Write for Wholesale Prices for
and those your.wonderful Market Gardener.
can be gained only by general remedies I wrote- you. My mother haa of.r...

and aystematlo effort on the part of all taken sis bottles of the 'Golden Medical Wagons, Bicycles,*
concerned, and by parental and patriotic Discovery.' and aix of the 'Favorite Pre

determination to eliminate or suppress, scription,'. and is now. perfectly cured. In the South. RELIABLE TESTED SEEDS.
at any cost, the rapidly Increasing in receive the heartiest thanks and bleseiaga &y Correspondence Solicited.
centives to evil. from my father and seven children for SABEL BROS. ,
saving the life of dear mother. May Cod s> Selected and

of Mesa your you friend.and your*' Institution, ia the wish Repository, Foot of Laura Street, JACKSONVILLE.Wm. Grown especially for Florida Planting.
Effectual. Tens af thousands of women have found BURTON K. BARRS, Seedsman, Jacksonville. Fla.

complete and pertniAient relief from obsti These
Fla Mar. 2, 08.: Mrs. L. SJif."fii !5em,"'S,3C B<: J e disease by J. Haiuusheimer, Pres. II. E. IlABKiSHEntERSec'y A prices are as low as the same seeds are sold by reputable Seedsmen U

found S. C. Randall Hood'a, of Sarsaparilla this plwo, .ay. she has .bo ,.Jrf.f."coiSinISS. f fe '<, V? Treas. New York, Philadelphia, etc., and the saving in time and freight v'Ul anoaIl{ *

medicine.and it She has taken It an for excellent rheumvatlsm in r and TitalUing peculiar; the property blood Sy2LTSl.with nourish.the Hfe. The Elgin Bntter Company of Florida. considerable.BT .

proved effectual, She has V $ *f<* corpuedea which build IN CASE OF A
also np FREEZE
Uood's Tills and like* them .0 healthy flesh and muscular strength. me.

well she recommends thorn to her neigh In the special weaknesses and diseases of WHOLESALE OXLY.

bors. 1 OTV>*, the "Farorite Freacription
"is a perfect and positive iS-CLttex aELca: '
It is the only scientific medicine specific. CliQes THE SOUTHERN
prepared for FUEL
Narrows. that purpose by an educated phytucian and & SUPPLY Company.

J apecialist in that particular field of practice. Office and Cold Storage, 110 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLAOurI
1e"k <* nerroas
women these
Orange trees are In bloom, and the SIS JL ,*ke? enJ<> ntly constitute the Crewn Butter Is being used by the best merchants throughout the State. Wood Coal

hean crop Is beginning to move. ment manrelously known to the successful medical course of treat eHutter handled by us Is the product of one of the largest and best Creameries , Coke.Brick, Lime, Cement,
*V Consternation filled our mind* last For nearl I.* ** Dr. Pierce haa been in the State of Illinois, It Is always uniform In quality.

week when we had only a glimpse of the chief consul. ; physician to the Merchants Vitrified
Invalid not Paving
Hotel our quotations will do and Sidewalk
and favor
pink and Surjricai Institute a by writing for Brick.
paper It
was not pink at all, at thei head iV !' Buffalo. N. V. same.KT" .
6ut "of white trash." W4 a Uot WE-SELL'ONLY TO THE TRADE.
anxiously M mdn ul/S tl This Is positive.
ked ourselves If we could "keep house* leal iwiy.r of AnVirica adI Bwope! TnE ELGIN BUTTER CO. OF FLORIDA. West Bay Street, Jacksonville,/Fla. .Telephon- **

J. K. MUNNERLYN, General JTan* -

11 lis] if iliJfc sfrTlW 1 1



Cards. ON THE INDIAN RIVER.AMOHG ous craft, which has been pictured ti

Robsim- "WAtwm 8.Oiuhw.foBBCra Brooklyn people as navigating summer RARE HODGES & GODFREY
seas while wintry blasts shrieked about ,
A THE ORANGE TREES AND PALMS.TD City 1I.U1 Taik. One may be pardoned Manufacturers of

1 ce nouBa ATTORXEYS-AT-LAW and: 2 From to 4 p.10 m.I to. 12, a. no., That section of Florida known as the Chief perhaps and Kevins'trim in destroying n.iphtha yacht is really tho launch illusion it,very perhaps,pretty but Hotel, Cottagss and Furniture, Sarno, Fla. Yellow Pine Lumber,

Indian River countiy has become thirty feet long without cabin Koran nuicssKn
I Brevard Co., Florida. generally a or rtru ,
Trrusviixis well
'n. Bo*. W*. known from the fact or its fine windows to shut her in.It Oraafe Bos Heads,

jnil practice in all tt>e oourt state and fed orange groves, which produce that most is a simple thing to regain health.ornoquire Fralt A Vegetable Crataa.

I1' |i facilities for examining- perfootVlMd luscious fruit in greater quantity and excellence new energy In the quiet life Lumber ftoltvereil at any part of Indian Rlreron

title*. than any other part of Florida. which each d. y brings to Merrltt. Added tltruuirh biilliiing bill fin of the lading.Kant Ooaat Anyoue, would enntomplat.Ing do well to.

But not less favorably considered are the to the resinous odor of the piues is the write for prlooa. Tha Sawmill la altaarad on the
beauties J.,T..* K. W. Ky., V miles south of ralatka.Hat.suiiiii .
rixoK s. Jones, of Rockledge, Merrltts Island cloar salt air from tho ocean rive miles
and the whole length of back IlltrhtH, lNitiiam otk. Fin-
Indian River, across the island, and one gains
ATTORNEYATLAW.ItUSVILLE as a play ground and sanitarium during complete satisfaction and invlgoratton'in '

BREVARD CO., FLA. thoseweeks that make the winter of the merely loatlng in the sunshine and NATIONAL 3=

North well nigh unbearable. breathing it allin; or, if not too l.izy, Home-Seekers

County Judge of Breyard County.L. Brooklyn people have been particular he may spear the catfish in the shallow

ly partial to Indian River, seeking sport, Waters off the pier in front of the River REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE.

GAULDEN recreation and health here longbofore vlew, while activity may bo appeased by
the railroad opened up the means of sailing and fishing, or a tramp through

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, quick and easy transit, in the old day*, the woods for quail and other small Exchanging Property for Troperty siSpecialty.

when they came down the river in a flat game. Send Description of what

|rill Florida practice, nltbe in all United the Courts States Courts.or the 'State boat, by means of the Haulover, from the The Canaveral club house, on the you have, and what you want.MALABAR .

V.0.Bo*,238. 'TITUSVU-LE, FLA. Halifax and IlUlsboro rivers; from South Banana river, and the Buckhounds Hunt Indian River, FLORIDA*

Money to Loan. ISI. Lake to Titusville, or Lake Toincett to Club, at Courtenay, offer rare and happy C. C. CARROLL,

toRockledge. sport to the inclinations of the winter
Real Eatato Agent.
GOLDSMITH, Brooklynltes the Indian River Is, guests. To return to the mainland, one

/I. in fact, much indebted for its popularity will find that Brooklyn and Long Island
The above out represents roughlyl IIOTKL Oil NIL Kt Sarno, Brevard Choice .
ATTORNKY-AT-LAW and they have bee constant to their first people have still a predilection for the County, Florida, which is only { of a milo south of the depot of Kan Uallle, Kla.,
choice, finding in the retreats about section hereabouts. At Sarno, ono of and about 201) miles south of Jacksonville, on the Florida East Coast U'y. Has depot Wines, Liquors

these sheltered wateis a balmy climate the newer resorts further down the pnstofneo and telegraph oHl e. The hotel and seven cottages are loratod on . and Cigars.
itusvillo, Florida.CARYELWES ten ncros of land fronting on the Eau Oallle River, with view of Indian River on the
tempered with river is the Hotel du Nil owned Col.
breezes by
soa blown Guaranteed Pure.
east, lossthan half a milo distant, and tho Atlantic Ocean 2) miles away. Is praotioally -
across the pines on Meriltts Isl.ind. Not Aaron A. Degrauw, of Jamaica, who has new buildings completed In INDH. The hotel and every cottngo Is furnished Sold at I educed
even the attractions of the newer resorts his winter home at El Dora, near Oak and most of the furnituro and linens have never Wen used. Two nrtcNtan prloca

in the extreme southern part of Florida Hill*, on the Ilillsboro river. wells, pipes and sewers; 20 cisterns,- all connected, glvo amplo supply of tho best
NOTARY PUBLIC, of water. Tho property lias only been used some two months by tho former owner Imported
STATE AT LARGE. can entice thorn away, for in all that The metropolis of the Florida East John Green, who diod, and the property Is now owned by Col. Aaron A IoIrauw Tokay Wine,

Typewriting, taxes paid for nonsidcnts this wonderland has to offer, Rockledge Coast is Titusville, whero the tourist ( of Jamaica, Queen's County, Now York, whose address after from Italy.
rents and accounts collected, has her share, situated about half way makes connection with the Indian River January 1st will bo Oak Hill. Florida. Thero Is a largo pavilion 100 feet
to., etc. Correspondence solicited.Titusville down the peninsula/ just whore the stoainers through to Lake Worth and square, cement floor, cement walks, water works and garden. Best of hunting and John B. Togni,
fishing, fienh and salt water Eau (Jallie and Indian
Florida.J. belt of pine growth leaves off and meets Palm Beach, a truly enchanting trip and ; sailing or yachting on Rivers: Metropolitan Saloon, 12l! East Hay St.,
oysters, soa bathing, beautiful scenery; and tho whole Is ready to open as a hotel
the zone of cocpanut palms and other one calculated to Induce long and ploauing in one day's time. Every convonlonre, with kitchen and dining room complete. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. *

WEBB, tropical growth, amid the profusion of memories of its delights. Charles Titles perfect. The original o mt to John Oroen was $ISMK); n w for sale cheap; Wholesale and ICelall......
orange groves. H. Walton, who is well known in Brooklyn half cash and half on time. Any good hotel man can make money here.
Address D. L. OAULDP.N Titusville Fla.Or .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, The broad surface of the Indian River is the editor and publisher of the Aauon A. DkGuavw, Jamaica, N. Y."OUTlH Tho Largest and Most Complete

Will practice in the Courts of the 7th reaches from the mainland across toMerrltt's Indian Rivkr Advocate, tho exponent Establishment South.

ircuit.iolbourne. Island, and from one to six of an all-the-year-round residence for

-* Florida. miles away, while a half dozen miles those who seek a congenial climate. >OUS," the Now Sporting Magazine.
Invaluable to tho salt water fisherman, the fresh water -
New Is another agreeable resort
beyond is the Atlantic; and ono's fancy Smyrna
tho woodoock and hare shooter the
grouse, quail, snipe, ,
0. FRIES, C. E. must be critical indeed to resist the situated on the Uillsboro river and bayblrd and wild fowl gunner, tho big game hunter, the tourist Si
charm and beauty of the scene and tearaway abounding In natural beauties. It is here whoolman, photographer, boatman and naturalist. I'lico lOots.

COUNTY SURVEYOR. from the pleasures which await that an old ruin, Columbus' Chapel, is Subscription $1.00 per year. Wrlto for sample copy.GEO. .

one here in manifold array. Fishng) found, and it is claimed by local arcbaelogists LOUTREL LUCAS, Editor and Proprietor,
Land legally surveyed and sub-divided. that has been discovered No. 1 MadlHon Ave., New York, N. Y.
boating, and the famous drives up and
lapping neatly done. Estimates for down the palm-grown banks of the river, that Columbus really founded the

kinds of engineering works. Dlsmtod bordered on one hand by the orange chapel, that lecords on parchment have

lines a specialty.itc8ville groves, luxuriant with their burden of been discovered setting forth the fact, .One Man Can Run This Steamboat

: yellow fruit, while on the other side is and vthat here Is truly the spot first .
Brevard Co., Florida.TEFHEN .
the broad waters of the Indian River, touched by the Spanish navigator on

seen through the trees and flowering the American mainland.To .

E. FOSTER, bushes. For miles one can drive, or ride sum up tho entire story of the &o- 00 OFDoors.

the bicycle, through these fragrant lanes, pleasures and advantages of a trip to 2. MANUFACTURERS

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW find, the East Coast of Florida, words would Sash Blinds
and new vistas at each turn, while ,
be inadequate, for to understand'andappreciate
Rooms 420 & 423, Gardner Building, across the river are the tall pines rising one must himself make the & Material.Ofllco

Jacksonville,. Florida.Wm. above the groves and gardens of Merrltt's trip and enjoy 'a balmy vacation among 2. Moulding Building .
Island.Rockledge. the palms and flowers. "Jerome," in
A Warcrooma. Kln opposite
is a town of hotels, and Brooklyn Eagle. Cannon Street.Charleston .

[ Scott. Gordon R. Broome.COTT when they close in the spring, the whole 5"MAClirMKKY S. C.

& BROOME, place is closed, to hibernate through WANTED. ,

the summer days until a new winter sets
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW market for WHITE Sash Weights Cord and
in and the hotel doors are again opened Will pay top prices ,
(over Bank) wide. Rockledge la so named from the GREEN SALTED ALLIGATOR SKINS Hardware.

Uiaml, Florida. ledges of coqulna rock, a shell formation and SEA BIRDS (and fur in season). HANDLES FItOM PILOT IIOU8H,
which makes the bank of the river along Write for latest prices. This steamboat la 07 ft. lonfc, DX-ft. Imam, a-ft. rinntti of holilt ttrawa 13 Inches of wator, and Window and Fancy Glass
LOUIS STEARN, will run eight wiles an hour, lias nabln lull feat, with Sft.. li *4l-ro m. Two folding lieda anil < W
/- EORGE this section. Here some ten years ago galley,exS-ft. Can aucnmmiMhile six or eight ixiraotie anally. Hurna either woihI or coal. Hult- A SPECIALTY.BO .
W. ALLEN, Commission Merchant, able for pleaauro purpose or light freight or nnlilnir business. We will duplicate for SI,200, or
the Indian River hotel was built in all 101 Beekman St., New York City. will alter to suit oomlltkma, at|>rlooa from fi k>.<>0 In 1
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW its immensity, and has probably sheltered ME1UII1.UHTKVKNS KNOINKERINO CO., YEARS'
every Brooklyn man who has entered 138 St 140 Eaat Hay St.,Jacksonville), Fla. Knflneera, Contractors, Kte. EXPERIKNCSInvantl
Key West, Florida. THEFISHING
Florida since that time, and where at all

Will practice in the United States times one is sure of meeting home acquaintances.
nd State Courts. GAZETTE
OjunOST"R. Michael F. Dwyer, of

Eighth avenue, is the owner of the hotel, (ESTABLISHED ISM.) Kte.HOMESEEKERS

F. n. HOUGHTON which is sufficient to account for its A. IIISTOIir OH* TUB WOnLD'lFISUKRIKS.
Tnaoc Marks
popularity with Brooklynltes in general.
Th onlywklr panllrntlon la h DyaiON*
About a mile above the hotels is Cocoa, world dfTotnl firlmlvrlr to the "Who Homo in the 0pvnioht Ac.Anr .
pommerdal Klahrrlea. Klah Culture arc Seeking a
DENTIST. where the growth of palmetto palms sail Aaturd lUetory of Plan. aaoartaln our opinion fraawlwtliarao
first becomes noticeable and it is just THE OFFICIAL OHOAN OF TUB TRADUJ.A la probably PaWotabi* Communing.
Daytona, Florida. Valuable M.ilum for Advertlmra.Tho tlnnaatrlotly annadautlai.
South should send tho
opposite this point that the settlement FISHINd OAZKTTE alvea tha dally quotations undersigned Catania takan throu.h Munn A Co. raualT*
of thasountry.
Finn mark.ta
of Brooklyn cottagers has been built up .ofl and Ilia all principal tha Haws of tha Fl.hlna World.It nitnai witiM, without olmrja. In Ilia

ALPH E. SMITH, M.D. about Nevlns' Rivervlew hotel, at Merrltt. ind FISH l Indlapanaanla DEAL.F.R. aUka Ord.ra to tha acrrptrd FISHERMAN on N. V. for a of the Scientific Htncricati.A .
MERCHANTS for price of aukaorlptlnnVl.OO copy .
about mile broad rtr.pS
The river is one poatpald to Had hanrtaomaly llltmralart L aaa
per rear ,
here and in approaching from the mainland lain and Canada. n\Cll'fl MIU !-V
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. iriS.oo per >ea.r, postpaid to troretsrnen
one notes the pretty winter homes >oiitrlee. MUNN & Coi",B-d"i'' New rork
Florida East Coast Homeseeker.
Specialist Send (or aample copy.
in Genital, Urinary an Rectal all along the water's edge, each with its AddreaaTITE

Diseases.Sajjford own pier and the pleasure boats anchored F-ISniVO GAZETTE.
off shore. .
Florida.5T& 303 BROADWAT.
When Thomas F. Nevins came down HEW YORK. \Ve have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and'or TAMPS r WHY NOT HAVE YOU

here many years ago and planned, out Winter and Summer Homos. Climate the healthiest In tha Unltod States. ft. WORK DONE BY QUICK)
We would esteem the favor if our
leaders, when writing or calling upon his fishing camp, hardly Apply tof InnM sua dies,wax
our advertisers to purchase merchandise, that he was in reality establishing a resort Keep Tour Kye on paln

etc., woukj mention the Advocate. which would become both popular And other things as well. Read a reliable JAS. E. INGRAHAM, Land Commlg loner,

and populous. Wb'ere there were about days. newspaper The Weekly during News these, Savannah exciting, FLORIDA EAST COAST R'T, BIGGEST PLAN !J

WANTED AGENTS."The a''dozen residents, there are now about Oa., Issued Mondays and Thursdays and INTHESaUTt.WEAK
two thousand on the island during the forwarded by morning mall trains, brings ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. .

Confederate Soldier in the Civil winter season. Shortly after his first you all the news. You can depend on
War," contains 500 pages 12x16 inches, the Indian River, Chief Nevins what It prints the news all the time
and over 1,100 kwge battle scenes, poriraiu which only $1.00 a year, 60 cents six months, MEN MADE VIGOROUS.l .
maps,'etc. The greatest and larg built a cottage for his family, 25 cents three months. Subscribe now.
est War Book ever published, and the action was followed by some others, Remit to t
only one that does justice to the Confederate with the result as. noted above. He also The Weekly News, Savannah, Oa. MANIER & LANE MUSIC CO

soldier and the cause he fought built the Rivervlew*hotel, a small hostelry ,
A8ents wanted everywhere to sell
this intended primarily for the use of the
on our new and easy plan.
Many of the lady and gentlemen agents Brooklyn friends who were cruising Shaving Parlor. >0aY.WhatPEFFER'S.

J are at work are makjng from $50 to00 about here on fishing expeditions, but NERVIQORDid!
per month. Veterans, sons and resort It ant.powerfully and f'il< My. Cur.* wh.n all il
family ,
daughters has since become a typical otli.r. Touna man r aln laion < maiihoo.ll oldbaolu.rly
of Veterans, and others Interested winter visitors from the ConoYer Fischer Kingsbury Frankiln rnrovar jrouLhfiil vlMor. tlunr*
are requested to send for a beautiful the home of the nat a4 %m Cura Mrv a.aaaa. taitVltalllr,
Muaiaaaw.|X tabtl r JC aal..laa. I.* *f"o r r,
illustrated descriptive circular (free) City of Churches. Prominent among _lthar aaa. f'alllaa; M.mot-T. VVaatla* Ul -
*na terms to agents. Address Courier- those who have wintered here are the < . mil.all W.rd.tfrtt off nt tnianitr tmtf abut and* or snu.nniptton.*** amifi.Jocr.tfcM.

Journal Job Printing Co.Loulsville, Ky.ifeffy's Messrs. Daniel Ryan, J. W. Erregger, PIANOS. you Don h.rM.a.alt tl ldnrffl.t| ytnl.1.Irapooaa a fff..t.f worthl..a.nb.H prod In.t.tonha..nil iit#on.-'
Pearsall Frederick Aldridge, rKKnCU'SKKkVIUvH, or Mtn E. .
Thomas Can bo oarrtad la pocket frnpaid plnln wrap.witn
II. Tower, C. W. Colyer, Wm.Henderson n r. par box. or fur A. PwaltWarR.fa.4
George WrltMa UaaraatM MUara tk.
and James Weir, their CHICAGO COTTAGE ORGANS.H. !

families and many others. Sold by .J. B. Screren, onlyv

This season the Rivervlew assumes Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.
added importance as the home of ex

nugh McLaughlin and his family. Royal-tansy
Register pills
Here he can find full play for biswellknown Write for Catalogues. ntrtnwAtw.A .
hobby of fishing, for the a w,rallaala aad aafrailaf fur upd. -
JJ prow payiae bacaoaa they'refroih .MANIER a.aMMl.a .oaaCy or a l. crops Is an excellent angling ground. .Know,ky aaar la av*
and always U> + *. For river 24 East Bay Street, Jacksonyille, Fla. l, la.taoracaa tha nearly a quarter of a at ma iwM.aii >
is pier,
*al a
] everywhere. Refuse snbatltntaa.j ,_ p.7i a aMalaS
Stick running out from the River In pMJn wiapvar. tlau4 <- >aiuoH
j to Surry's Seeds and prosper.13B3 mile long, S. MEADOR, f r prmMnlan. SoIU by l*4
Seed Annual free. Writ* for It. vlew, and at the end la anchored Chief | f- j ----

0. at Kevins' somewhat famous steam yacht, Washington Avanaa, ADYOCATE does neat clean Job
FMtV* CeX.Oetren, Web. The Printing.
luxurious and commodi TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Sold by J. B. Screren, only.
a presumably

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IHDIAH BIYER ADVOCATE. +- worthy of entering upon that state, up the coast and haul over the divide as was assisted by Archdeacon Brown, SAYE MONEY And Boy From ****

yet who are deba/red'frwm risking the Indians formerly, did, to the lower Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold
end of the Mautanzas, be continued onto tb s t '"*'
service Banyan
It owing to Ihe uncertainty nf any divine at
AWIIILTJODHIL DSVOTSO TO TH PBVBI* Dead lake, and there came upon the or to-morrow (Saturday) morning
good accruing therefrom, and the object of his search.It evening
oruutrt or th ihdiak kith, Li* atEauGallleon Sunday next, the
WORTH AMD B1SOATHS BAT SSOTIOHS. certainty of extra expense, cannot was a lonesome place in the desert aOth; Inst, at 1030 a. m., and Fort Pierce

be doubted. If will take a very for one' man without, aid to arrest two at 7:30 p. m.; Eden, on Monday, at 7..IUp. Feed Garden Seeds Flour
others but Winn Grain
accomplished it and Hay
PUBLISHED KVKBV FKIDAT. persuasive tongue and much forcible brought them down Wednesday night m., and on Tuesday at 10:30 a. m. ,, Grits

argument* before a woman's to John services at the Presbyterian ,
Bryan's home, at Tiger Grove Preaching
C A I. H. WALTOB, Editor 4 Proprietor. club will be able to persuade the Hammock, and crossing toO, A. Bacon's, church, Tltusville, on Sunday next, Meal and Cotton Seed Meal.Aeent .
"thousands of bachelors" to lay at "number nine," telephoned to Ormond morning and evening by the pastor.Rev. .
that he had Paul The theme of the
secured the Heiligman.
Discontinuance of ulrts, mu t be iusiU personally aaide the pleasures nf single blessedness The penalty for the crime of .game.rirlnfepropelty sermon will be "A Fisherman's for Gray Mineral Asb, kills all kinds f Insects; Harmless to !

at thin ofllna or by wrltinic. for a doubtfully happy is $100 fine ami sixty-days' Imprisonment Remarkable Catch," and of the evening, beast Only sell for cash on the Closest Margins. Writefor quotations. mm '
career as benedicts.Wrrn in the county jail. "The Touch'of Faith." Everybody is
Check,eto., may be made payable to OUBlksH. The people of this section have become cordially Invited to attend these services. Office: 124 W*. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE I
WAtTOB,publisher and proprietor thoroughly Incensed at the worth FLj.

Great Britain on our side, less vagabonds who have been endanger
ing the property and despoiling the'' Our School Superintendent.Brevard .
Address all ooromunloatlnnH to we need not fear to to war with
go beauty of the country,, and it will go McMURRAY
P. E. Carriage
INDIAN IUVER ADVOCATK, first-class naval In the and
4TlTimVILLE any power hard with those who are caught after County School Supt Jno. It.Sams .
FLOVIDA.Xsw world, but at the sit me time we do this. Everyone unites in praise of the of Courtenay, has recently returned &
not want war. Notwithstanding brave and efficient service of Deputy from a visit to the public schools

York Oppick: the immense fleet of war hipn poaseswed Sheriff. Wlnn.f-ralra Beach News, Mar.5th. in the Fort Drum section, White City BAKER,
'. 98. / and Jensen, ns well as to the colored Materials.!
Metropolitan nullillnit, 1 Madison Are by Great Britain, she is
schools at Melbourne and Noith Georglana Dealers in
still building more, for she has The New Governor of the Bahamas. all of which be found in'excellentcondition.

just increased the expenditure by Mr. Sams also attened to and Business Vehicles
Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure Hand Carts
Dump etc.J
epartment of Agriculture ,
districts where the
}! ,222,000; increased the personnel The Ward Line steamer Santiago, school in two Bicycles Sundries, etc.

Weather IJiireim Jupiter, Flit. of the navy by 6,340 men, and having on board Sir Gilbert Carter, ..M iss schools are not In session. Main and Churcr, Sts., i JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
provided for the building of three Carter and Mr. J.L.. Bonhote, private
The following is a comparative statement secretary, arrived off the bar at Nassau .
new battleships, four armored Inspection of the Indian River Guards.AdjutantGeneral
of temperature and rainfall for the about 10 o'clock, Saturday night, the fith
week ending Tuesday, Mar. 13, HIM. -cruisers and four sloops of war. lost., the steamer being some twelve
1898 1897MAX. The total number of war vessels hours late. Quite a crowd 6f people assembled Patrick llouston, of The NewSelden
MIS. now in course of construction in- on the park thinking that the the Florida State Troops, stopped off
77 71TO eludes 12 battleships 16 first-class governor'' would come ashore at once, here Friday afternoon last, for the purpose
70 but they were disappointed, as his Excellency of Inspecting the Indian River
78 07 cruisers, six second-class cruisers, decided not to land before Sun Guards, who were in command of SecondLieut. -: Door
82 07 ten third-class cruisers, six sloops day morning. Nine o'clock was set for C. R. Stewart,, who took Cypress Company
81 08 of war, four twin screw gunboats the governor's landing, and at that hour charge during the absence of Capt. M. S. ,
81 71 and 41 torpedo boat two or three thousand people crowded Jones, Jr., who was on his place weBt of
80 72 destroyers. the park and lined the wharf, the American Fort Pierce, and could not he communicated

Total rainfall for the week: 0.0.i Inches ,visitors being out in full force. The with in time to be present.LIT1IIA .
Departure from normal rainfall for the PROGRESSIVE constabulary under Commandant.Fraser Opened October 1st, 189(5( turned the steam on to
week: minus 0. 44 Inchon. Departure WHIST. and the city volunteer fire brigade, under
from normal rainfall Hlnce January 1, Captain Crawford,, were lined up on SPRINGS, OA.SWEETWATER . One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door, Sash,
mlnua 2.78 inches.J. The cosy parlors of the Indian Itlver either side of the landing as guard of
hotel, Titiiavllle, presented quite in) honor. His Excellency and private secre PARK HOTEL.Lltbla .
W, CjiTkvk, Observer, and General .Wood'Working Plants in the United States'And
animated and festive nppearanee on tary were attired in their civil service Springs,Near Atlanta,Ga.
Tuesday nighty It belnir the occasion ofa uniforms, and as bir Gilbert stepped
Florida and door.
New York
progressive whist pnity given by jii ashore the royal salute was sounded by Hotel opens Pel). 18. The sleepers most healthful vims our location with experienced management, (covering a past experience of efyivears
An English manufacturer ia "aidto Nettle R. Powell and Miss Magglo Ramsey the constabulary. There was no demonstration in tlie South. Never any cases of conta- in CypreBs) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the her
give a boll more than one note of Ilaokensnck, N. J., to their many of any kind, but though Nassau's Slous the or infectious diseases, or even miliaria possible material and workmanship at our hands. Our'production' will cm
by dividing it Into sections of different friends in this town. Soon after eight welcome to its new governor was Not as to cold spend as the mountain spring months retorts without nor boors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, &
o'clock the Invited guests began to quiet, It was exceedingly cordial. too warm to be safe. Rooms with both prates
by dent*. Each nee arrive, and In a little while the. gather and steam heat, electric lights, private baths,
tion when ami toilets, hot and cold running water. Sun
struck, emits
a tone ing was
augmented by the
parlors and idass-ineloxeil porches. Stop over
corresponding to its Bize. beauty and wit of Tltusville so play CHURCH NEWS.Rev. privileges. Hotel cost SJMI.UOO. All kinds of 'CHAS. N. WELSHANS
could commence. In the moanflmo a mediums! baths and the strongest Lltula water ,

few games of whist were Indulged in by Paul Heiligman, of Wichita, Kan., known for. Send rliHtimatlHin for circular, kidney, *2 80 to and 4 per hladdertroubles. day; __ *
General Miles, of the U. S. those assembled There were four tables, arrived in Tltusville, Saturday last, to SIS to 2S per week) less by the month. II. T.lllake .
Army, has been to each of which the various quartettes take charge of the ,late of I'ass Christian and Manitou,Colo.IF .
a peep at Presbyterian church CEMENT BRICK LIME SHINGLES COAL TAR
the uniforms of the soldiers in tied were with assigned narrow by the libbon drawing, upon of which cards at this place. PLAS1EHH

England and other purls of Europe, were marked the numbers denoting Bishop ffm, Crane Gray conducted YQTJ NEED a Good, Reliable and
and he says that in the military the partner and table each player was evening service at St, Gabriel's- Episcopal Widely-read Newspaper, Subscribe for HAIR AND LATH. #*

uniforms a conspicuous place is to commence with. Flaying was con church, Tltusville, last Sunday. lie the Advocate.CLOTHING. .
tinued for an hour or so until the
occupied by a crown or some other intermission at about half past ten, State Agent L. & Ml Paints and. Oils.r .
*> device.
Inconsequence of'this, when a collation of a mo t rechrrrhe des
the general'recommends that the crip tion was served, consisting of claret' Old Thone 8. 13 nogan Strati

uniform of every soldier" In the Cup, lee cream, strawberries, lemonade,

United States be and cake, and a pleasant half or three- Jacksonville! FLORIDA.Beknard .
army decorated quarters of an hour was thus whiled .. .
with our national cont-of-arms, away amid a great (leal of merriment.

this badge to be worn on the sleeve After the guests had partaken of the Abel. Feteh J. >'evixiYoungs
of a private soldier, andon the refreshments cards were resumed for n
collar of the officer litt'o' whilo, and then the bell announced Shoes Hats
as In Underwear
It is hot Europe. that the playing was at an end. At the .BERNARD ABEL & GO.
a bad idea. Why not conclusion it was found that Mrs. Greg- . .
adopt it ? son stood at the head of the list'with

nine points to her credit, and she was

We understand that piosented with the ladies' first prize, etc. Commission Merchants
politics In consisting of an elegant rose Jar; -
New York state will bo rather while the consolation prize a book en-r ,

warm this year, for members of titled "The Firm of Glrdlestone"
( went to Mrs. Corner Washington and Streets NEW TOIXrJLOKIDA
Fritchard. Jay -

-state congress legislature both will branches be chosen of, the aswell Prltchard Four players(D. B.)Messrs.and Walton Brady(,P.Elwes G.reaeh ) -, Biggest Sto'ck on the East Coast. PRODUCTS A SPECIALTY. ,

ty as the following state officials : with eight points tred for the gen
Governor, to succeed Frank S. tlemen's first prize a handsome cut- Refer to Irving National Bank, New York; to all Commercial Agencies; to
Illack, of Troy ; Lieutenantgovernor glass bottle of perfume, to decide which Florida Growers, whose shipments we sell. Send postal request for prompt reply
to the quartette played one hand of whist. as to market prices, or any information in our line. _JIT
succeed Timothy L. WoodruiF The two former players winning* then

of Brooklyn ; Secretary of out cards, Mr. Brady being the lucky

State, to succeed John Palmer, of recipient of the prize. Mr. Youngs re
ceived the well-known book
Albany; Comptroller, to succeed "
as a consolation prize. FERTILIZERS.
Jas. A. Roberts, of Buffalo; Treasurer Altogether the affair was one ofthe
to succeed Addison B. Colvln, most brilliant and successful bard .

1 of. Glens, Falls ; Attorney.General, parties and social gatherings of, the
to succeed Theodore E. Hancock season, no eflorts being spared by the ARMOUR'S PINEAPPLE FERTILIZER.ARMOUR'S .
charming to 'make It as
of Syracuse ; Engineer and surveyor pleasant as possible for everyone. VEGETABLE FERTILIZER. *

to succeed Campbell W. Among those present were : Mesdames -
Adams, of Utica. J. P. Ramsey, J. n. Andrus and Specially prepared out of the purest materials and recommended to gromsv

Kettle R. Powell, of.Hackensack, X. J. because they
also Mesdames J are Jhe very highest standard of excellence.
Uregson, Prltchard, Cole
A great many people are clamoring man, Brady and Rhodes; the Misses For other we have *
for war, but they do not Maggie Ramsey (Hackensack, N. J.) and
stop Kate Prltchard
; Capt. James Prltchard
to'think ARMOUR'S
of its immense Col. TREE FERTILIZER.
cost, or D. L. Uaulden and Messrs. E. I

who paysfor it. Besides, they Brady, R, W. Rhodes, Koswell Coleman*, IS A GRAVE MISTAKE ARMOUR'S,FRUIT AND VINE.ARMOUR'S .
should bear in mind that war in O. Cary-Elwes, D..B. Prltchard, W. E.
these days fs no child's Chas. U. Walton and 1G.. BLOOD,'BONE AND POTASH.
play for
there is no end to the Improvement toBuy;; Yo DRESS GOODS. Compare our analyses with *
of devices for slaughtering sol those of any other manufactures. We can gl
. you other Fertilizers
diers. Take for Instance the new FIRE BUGS CAPTURED AT or Fertilizer materials. '

F French quick-firing big field guns; ATORMOND. without.first sending to .Use our Complete Brands and you will get the very best results. Asdp*,

they will fire ten shots per minute. prices, etc, furnished on application. We shall appreciate a trial order.

It is said that one ofthese guns is Deputy Sheriff John Winn *
of the
good for three of the old cannon, Tomoka, has just won well-merited The ARMOUR &
and as each battery is to have as his praise official for a most efficient bit of work In Surprise Store ,
many pieces along
change in as formerly, the the Halifax have been much concerned Jacksonville, Fla.p. .
progress will give an by recent fires set by the tramp boat
equivalent of eighteen guns to men and hunters along the river. On
each. We do not want any "Jingo"war. Wednesday, word came to the hotel tbat ST. AUGUSTINE FLA. O. B .3*
a dangerous Are had ESTABLISHED
War started on the north 1876.
may few
the majority of our people a would, but From ern end the of cupola Mr.* J.of D.the Price's hotel It property.could be FOR SAMPLES OF THE MANY

surely regret if. seen that the Are was liable to the

I- St.Mm.Augustine Marcotte Tatler, editor; proposes of the to dents property whole Messrs.along peninsula as Anderson the well river as and that A endanger front.Price of all Immediately the the hotel resi NEW AND STEISH GOODS Commission Merchant. .-. Fruit & Prodm

"disabuse the popular dispatched every available man to the 07
the Murray
ides that scene of the action. To a metropolitan St., NEW YORK.
men are bachelors
the Ormond Fire Department
choice," by the establishment of racing to the fire, while it might well WEEKLY MARKET REPORT :

women's clubs. Neither the have aroused the spirit of the profession, It Is the Largest as well as the most Up-to-Date'Store in the State Oranges" bright, per box r $4 00 told00
pop and
ular mind the would have looked to him Order Sent, or a request for Samples, receives an russets to
nor facts decidedly prompt attention the
of the day received. Strawberries ' ' ' " ''' '""
tear out this idea. The case unique In equipment, which consists refrigerator, per qt. . ,. . ,. .[ ... .*.. 0 30 to 040o
great ma of axes, hoes and shovels, or.Proprietor. Potatoes open crates, t. . 028to :
jority of men are bachelors from n fighting the forest fires, trails have to second crop, per bbl. ..' OOOto 000
necessity; want of cash-shrinking be cut through the woods around the of the SURPRISE Beets" per crate . . 100to 230
from fire and fresh earth hoed up to STORE per 100 bunches. . '' OOOto 000
responsibility prevent
expense of liv. Celery, per doz '
crossing, while sand thrown, 090
shovels 25 to
ing/and by ' o
incidentals such as trav into the ST. AUOTJSTINE Cabbages, per bbl crates. . ff 125
running fire is more effective ____ FLA. . 1xt0(
eling, dressing, and the like are than water, even if could be procured In per Jbbl basket. '- 3 00 to 350W
the chief the woods. The Are i-Kg plant, per orange box '' T
restraining forces which was subdued and ' ',... V OOOto
prevent men taking unto them, .then A John Winn's work began. ACETYLENE GAS. Oreen peas, pineapple crate. . ..... '].'/,'}''/'*'.' ' ". .. 3 00 to 4S
.selves wives. boat and two men had been seen Lettuce per crate. . . 2 60 to 300
We .
now for leaving the point where started. per basket. . V 2 25 to 250
the first time that "every man wo'r- This boat bad gone on towards the head Peppers, per carrier. . i. ." \ ' 300to 500

thy of marriage is either married of the river. With no other clue, Winn The NeW LlCrht.Onethird more light for one-fourth the cost String beans" per wax crate. . % M w 2502fl0

r has made the attempt." We are followed took a small the boat, and, single-banded, power hours for one dollar. Generators of from"lectrio$15.00 light.up to $700.Five thousand candle tomatoes, per per carrier 8 en wate. . . .'.". .'" . "'"_. ". ". !*' l&Oto 731W
suspected craft. 2
ot quite sure of what would We contract for supplying plants and Cucumbers a 25 to
be Installation ,
the Reaching the bead of complete forcities per doz .
Halifax towns
be to
villages balls 100
churches and Crape '
definition'of a man continued dwellings anywhere In Nortb fruit, box *
worthy of marriage up to Bulow creek, thence America. Central and South Potatoes per OOOto 000
but that there are numbers Into the Haulover creek, and with the ,per bbl, J 00 to 2

tbat the world would consider Intuitive judgment of a true detective General Offices for the South, Bishop Building, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
baring divined
their '
purpose to continue' f'"
neat, clean Job Printing.

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, MARCH 18, 1898.Melbourne. .

tn.lood p a.wboloon. .
0< ?B OODKRal Rotate FE
Agent for
tna, London and Uvnmulani
S ,,, ,, Fire I" "ran ? ? y* H H

situated on a high Muff mZZ PEICESTO
louklntctbeln.lia.n River.
nioilations,and rate* rtmitoimMe.TO
F. ROBEKTSOX, Proprietor.WHitsToir .

an to Melbourne can at the
Baiaar, Mrs Chaa J. K.Campbell Co. MIK H
llnery. Notions, Dry OoocIh, feadv 1 G-rowors.
made and woven Underwear, Ferris' .
ed Corsets,etc,embroidery and colored Inks
souveql .poous,Stationery?etc*

AJLl Vx'o-U-ncaL 37ox tlls5or.Prlco : .
POWDER HOTFL KELLKVUK. MELBOURNE. FLAS $25.OO.GUARANTEED Cy Before buying tho following Materials bo sure and npply tous

Absolutely Pure li8ul"rlor accommodations ModW. hih ANALYSIS: for prices, and wo will provo to you \vp can save you money.aTEAMED .

R. CAMPBELL, Proprietor.
Moisture S to 10K RAW BONE
Amiikonla .... to
HOTEL RIVERSIDE, K<|iiul to Hutphute of Amnnmla... ) to 24A J BLOOD AND BONE, ACID rilOSPHATK,
MELBOURNE. FLA Available 1'liosphortc Aeld .. to 6
novAL BAKmo wawms CO..Ntw OBK. overlooking Indian, River: limuellke a : Equal to Bone Phosphate ot Lime.. 11 to Uiv DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OK SODA,
moiIaiionHandcoo! board. iS
Hates |l Potash K2 > to au
;location layor u.oo to$7.0l, ) per weok, according'To Equal to Sulphate of Potash to 10 SULPHATE OP AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS Ho
of room rates t River Magnesia,Lime,Soda, etc 65 to tM) ,

people. CHAS.T.McHRIUK.1'roprletor.UbJSbo y Write for Special Pamphlet. TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,

1"1"J. Cy" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low \

F H prices;
Advocate Is now on< sale at the
kand In the Pair* Beach Inn and
jpoinclaua hotels. Please Correspond with nw boforo being imlucqd to buy from Doalorw. Semi for NfcCleveland.
K. Martin and
wife, of Atlanta, Ga..
[and Mrs. DM.. Baker, of Tampa, are guests at Grand View cottage.Ilerbert hi Pamphlet.
Ire visit to Mr. and Mrs. G.
on D. Conkling, of Cocoa, was in

ittcr.W.. Tf. Bloxliam visited tPalm town last Saturday afternoon.r LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.,

last week, and was entertained at Hr TT arch llth to Mran<1 rs.
Polnciana. E. Williams, a son. Also to Mr. and
Royal Mrs. Ed Morgan, a son.
Jackson and Mr. Merritt, of Miami,
Miss Annie
Goode has been spending
last Tuesday, attending
in town
of the School the past week with the family of Hon. Ohio, have boon stopping ac Titusville,
eetlng W. R. Sanders, at Indianola.Mrs. Wlttfeld's for eleven days. Mr. White When a Customer calls for Spring Wheat Flour mLotus.
Walton, of Titusville, passed The northbound train duo hero at 5:1)1p. :)
John Ooode is the well known sewing machine Inventor
was called
his to by m. was ou time and lemainedon
on Monday,
here, Saturday way
plj last week to Roseland and has been at the doctor's for
on account of the
lie returned tirfie for about tlireo hours. Just astho
1 uBvillo 10 spend, Tuesday.Sunday. illness of her daughter, Mrs. L. C. Moore. a time, Almost every winter for 15 years.A train started, tho englnoor opened he expects to get :

The Misses Susie DuBoso, Eva Fair bright little boy went to the store a the blow-off valvo and when ho tried to
\. Snider, of Cincinnati, is on the banks, May DuHose and Marie few days ago. When he returned home shut it off ho found he could not do si>.
ilth bis pleasure boat, and is acunled ills mother 6aid "Wasn't umler valvo and It
are pleasant guests of Hotel Belleview.Mr. to him, you Something got tho
by Mrs. Snider, Miss Snider, ashamed to go to the store with that was Impossible to close it. When lie
bhoonberger and Edward Snidor. and Mis. M. F. Webb, of Plainfield hole in your pants ?" Boy: "No; Mr.Wethey found this to bo tho rasoa bucked into

. Jas. Pritchard, of Titusville, who JT. J., are guests of Hotel River didn't boo it." Mother: "How the statiou again mid had Just stoam
ien on a visit to her daughter, Mrs. side. Their frieuds welcome them hero did you know ho didn't see it?" Boy: enough to got here and nono to spaio.

Budge, at Miami, fOr two weeks, again. '"Cause, when Sir. Wethey walked I The conductor went to Sebastian on Rhandcar

J through here, Tuesday, on her The schooner J, F. P., Capt. Powell, walked, and when he stopped I stopped." and tolographed to Foi t Pierre > This
for an engine. Although the mail train Ger took a jolly party to the Indianola
picnio -
was at Micco, only four miles away, It
F, Curry, formerly deputy colof and gun shoot last Friday, and all When In want of any kind of building bad to wait, three hours until tho englnocamo
customs of this port, left for report a good time. material, in car loads or otherwise, the to take tho northbound train

>me in Key West, Monday. Mr. The Misses Sophia Hopkins, 'sarahElsen Builders' Supply Co., at St. Augustine, away. It seems customary to delay tlie
bag made many friends during his Maria Jones and Kate Hopkins will bo pleased to make you a delivered mail trains in prefeience to'the others, 11.
icre who are sorry to see him go. are spending a weok at Melbourne Reach, price at your middleman's station. commission You have noagent's top By notifying the train at Micco all tlie

. W, J. Cady,' the Congregational in E. P. Branch's cottage.In or people below 'here would linvo been
y. saved the long wait and even if tliehandcar
tor, was pleamitotly surprised upon the boat last i
race Tuesday, Ida
had been used to go to Mlceo >
ling home after prayer meeting May, Capt. A. J. Goode owned H.W. .
( by
' Eau Gallie.Mrs. before troing to Sebastian it would have '
ednesday evening to find his home Beaujean; of Melbourne Reach) won the but It l s tho best: also tho cheapest,'booauso It goes
delayed northbound train
session of his parishoners, whopounded" first prize $12; Aoolius, Capt. Martin,
him. had twenty-five minutes more at most. Only farthest,
They deposited second prize $0.Messrs. W. II. will give a Rose
a short time ago the mail had to wait atMicco
the table and the Instst tho
pounds upon Taku no other; ou getting gonutno
tea to-morrow (Saturday) afternoon. northbound
were preparing refreshments. Ainjoyable O. O. Rafferty and Durstou a long time as the
time was had.. are having fine sport fishing, returning There will be morning and evening train was late. The opinion here is that article
home Jo Hotel Carleton almost daily services at St. John's church next Sun trains should bo held'only at stations For salo by leading doalers throughout tho Statu.
Waters, who runs a boarding where there is telegraph communication.
with load
agood of line fish.E. day.
near the passenger station, was rrSEEDSField
sly hurt Tuesday morning, in try- Machwirth, of Buffalo, MY.., is The launch Eau Gallie left Monday
> get oil the passenger train while again a welcome guest at Hotel Carleton morning, with a number of disciples of and Garden SEEDS.
i moving. He was dragged under this se.tson. His many Melbourne friends Sir Isaao Walton, for a few days sport at .

'tween the platform and the were pleased to.see him among us ouce Indian River Inlet.Maj. .

no hopes was entertained for more.Rev.. E. A. Peabody, the popular representative Mrs. Dave Ramsey was in Lotus la tSaturday.

but later reports say he is doing asas Dr. DuBoho left here last Monday of the Times-Union and Citizen Seed House in tho State
can be expected and reAn Largest ,
may Hotel Granada
ugly wound and for his home at Suwance, Tenn. We was a guest of pver E. W. Provost transacted business lu
scalp wish him and Sunday leaving for Cocoa Monday morn
a pleasant journey, hope Cocoa .
rallies about the arras, chest and to see him here again next winter In his Wednesday.j Special Varieties of Corn for Florida. Scedi for Fodder crops.Cnssava .
b, but no bones broken. lie is hurt ing.J. ; Field attended the at Indian
pretty home in South Melbourne, Walton of Titusville spent picnlo Sood 7fic. 100 best. Stmd for Pilco List.L. .
ally, but just how much cannot O. twp ola last Friday, per ,
ertained at present.Subsciiber Mr. and Mrs. Atwater and. son, and or three days in town last week, in .the
their friend, Fred Van Dyno, are guests interests 'of the Advocatb and to Raburn Otwell was In our burg the CAMERON, Sood smart,

at the Grand View Cottage, and are enjoying look after hls property. His many early part of this week. 125 East Bay St.JACKSONVILLE\ FLAk
your attention is drawn themselves sailing and carriage friends wero pleased to greet him. Miss Wlllio Mrs. W.Blsbee .
Jhe name-and-date slip pasted upon driving, under the care of C. C. Snedcker.Mesdamee The steamer Spartari made an'enjoy Saturday was last.calling' on Alsnl'npor| Shell Poaoan Trees, 1 to 2 years, Olustvb stock, $12 per 100.Fertilizers. .
Ir paper or wrapper. If you are in
ears, please remit, Carter, Walker and Davis, able excursion' to Cocoa Boach last E. B. Ebursold Is4 picking boaus inBrantley
and the Misses Shilling and Carter spent Thursday. An unfortunate collision this week,'
the past week In the Phillips cottage, at with a dock prevented her contemplated
East Melbourne, enjoying sea bathing excursion to Indianola last Friday, Our weather lias been all ono could .

Sebastian.T and "gathering up the shells from the Seyeral residents of Melbourno went wish for the past week.

shore." duck shooting on Eau Gallie river, one Mesdames Green and Fitzgerald called

Parsons, Of DeLand, was in the B. A. Downey left here last week, for day last week, and got into trouble for on friends Monday last.W. Before making your purchases write to
uesday. in Polk Pa. after shooting within the town limits, a proceeding
# his home spending McKeller, of Seabreeze, was in
t. Cook, of Titusville, was here nearly a year with his uncle, Mr. Nathan which the town ordinances for Lotus a day en Miami.
Downey. Ills many young friends regret bid.
Uurd.iy.catboat. The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
Miss .Willie Otwell attended Sunday
to lose his pleasant company, and Edward Page Gaston, 'journalist and
Widow made a special tiope for his return again. traveler, lectured here Monday evening school at this place last Sunday.T. ,

> Reams last Friday. on Cuba. Those who attended were G. Ronald has returned home alter
have one of the finest shell roads Congregational Last Friday evening church the ladies a of sailing the gratified, by bearing an able and Instructive spending several weeks In Daytona.II. 'For Prices and Terms., Special attention given to Pineapple, Orange Tree
of matters pertaining
state. Come and see It. party to Melbourne Beach, and an ice to that exposition troubled island, the manners M. Griffe.of Philadelphia, stopped and Vegetable Fertilizers at low prices.*

Cause, 'of Kew Smyrna, was in cream supper and social at the pretty and customs of Its people, and their energetlo over night at Lotus on his way to Day

Saturday last home of 70 Mr.people and Mrs.enjoyed Henry this Whitiag.About' treat.. mode of warfare. Mr. Gaston tona.p- Stock of Goods kept at Titusville, Fla.,

3. LeFils, of Jacksonville, called the from Hotel Carleton also exhibited an Interesting collection The steamer St. Augustino passod our
his week.Lister. Among guests of Spanish-Cuban.costumes, mantillas, shore with over ilN) crates of beans on
and Mrs. Durston Mr. and avoid in .
Mr. as'to delay shipments.E.
were embroidered mantles, etc., which the her last trip to Titusville. so
representing- John Dani Mrs.' Bender, Mr. and Mrs. Rafferty, audience examined with Interest..
Jr., Pittsburg, Pa., called onuckers Mrs. (licks and daughter, Mrs. Prial, Quite "a number of beans are belne SUDLOW, Gen'I. Manager, O. CAKY-ELWKS, "
last week.nty E. Macowlrth and others. Thanks are shipped from this place now, and will
due Mr. Rafferty and others for their Courtenay. continue to go forward for some time.To Jacksonville, Fla. Special Agent, Titusville.
Surveyor Pries, of Titusville, part of furnishing music and amusement
ere several days this week.Harle for all.

wife and family visited Our truckers are needing rain. Take Citsusreta Car* Voastlpatlon Candf Cnthartlc foriTtn loo ortS*.

i Island the firsf of the week. 4F. Buy lumber and other building material Bishop Gray held divine service here If CJO.O. fall to our ,drugtflnta refund moa.ej.If Florida Electro Plating Works.Gold.

E. C. express train left fish and direct from the Builders' Supply last Sunday morning.Mrs. .

at the depot Tuesday. No express Co., St. Augustine, and save the lumberyard and Miss.Sinclair spent part of

was taken north of Stuart. man's commission.Georgiana.. last week In Cocoa. You Don't
Silver, and Nickel Plating.
Parsons and Stanley Hitching Miss Catherine Sams visited Cocoa on Want wood of any klndj don't answer

down to Woodley.Tuesday. onWednesday. this; If yon do, address Bicycle Parts, Bevolirers,Tableware, Watches, Jewelrv, etc., replatetl ia a

bean growers are wearing bright Symmes and Messrs. Huot and T. A. Johjsow Fla., workmanlike manner and work guaranteed. OUlre t 01 W, Forsyth Mt.,

Just now beans are netting $3.50tte Bast took a spin down to Cocoa on Tuesday LaGrango, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

Messrs. Munson, White and nughes in the naphtha launch Adele.F. J. II. DOBBINS, Manager.
went to Cocoa, Friday, with a load of
1. Freight Agent W. J. Jarvls, ofE. chickens. L. Whitlock sailed his horse across
C. Ry., and County Tax AssesF. eggs and to Cocoa on Monday.Mr. THE. JOHNSON LAW CO.
Ronald was here, last
Wooten were in Woodley'ony. Mr. Orotjan ,
and Mrs. Argetslngef, of Bardeevllle -
Saturday, on his way home from Dayton MIAMI !
In town awhile last Sunday.
to Lotus.Mrs. were > >
r ,
correspondent was in Wabasso alJ One of our young men la bent on going Electrical & Mechanical
has lady visitIng -
ago, and finds that place build Chambers a young notice that Is the he
''rapidly. her from her former home in Wisconsin. south, as we way
has steered bis boat for the past month.

r the ere greatly presence favored amongst last as Sabbath of our Mr. .Klngslcy.and wife have at the been beach enjoying Quite the a crowd picnic of our at Indianola young folks Friday attended ENGINEERS. Town Lots Now on Sale !

ear friend Allen of Richmond, several days' outing
Jay, and a pleasant time.W. .
last report very
*o one can meet friend Jay and at Oceauus, and returned home Monday.Mrs. Tic lost Complete Electrical Sapplj

'Be ten words with him without little grandsons F. Smether, C. B. Sanders, T 8.

impressed by his genuine; honest left, Saturday. Hiscock, and for a two visit to her daughter Sanders, D. S. Nisbet,, and the Misses ..House In tbe State A. E. KIHGSLEY General Agent Far
") purposeiand, intent.. As im'bove Mrs. Barnett and her son, Irving and Jessie and Beatrice banders, of Indian ,
A. J. is member of the in Jacksonville.Mr. ola; Mrs. E. C. Johnson, of Cocoa, and ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES J
f of Friends, and we must say weer their families Miss Annie Goode, of Melbourne, all Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle.
heard a better-delivered or Hughes went to Rockledge, Tuesday attended chnrcb here last Sunday.Roseland. Largest stock of wire, lamp cord,

impressive sermon in our lives on the steamer Courtney, with a lot switches, cut-outs, cleats, knobs,
ny extemporaneous preacher. We of "good things to eat" for the hotels- socket*, lamps, shades, dynamoes
> see our friend here again before chickens, Jelly, eggs, etc. and motors, annunciators, electric CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTY

> north. is fast gaining, ground bells, push buttons, extension foot

on The Merrltts Island much, and interest Its newsy by our columns residents Messrs. J. Q. Underhill and Geo. Ferguson push, La: burglar Lande,and Sampson tire alarms, Sal'Anioniae Edison - In all parts* of the Town, Carefully Selected

(* are read with remarked prominent of New Rochelle, N. V., left for and Imperial dry batteries, batteries Fruit
? rnnela s Saloon. 'Wine*, and tourists, a and Vegetable Lands onIVCiuml
? br "><*r " <* "" Importad other day.A. home, Tuesday morning.A. lor naphtha and gas engines;
tlo cigar., bibacoo anil cigarette*. lady the water
electrlo lights from power; engineering
""ipon trotn 3.00 to ta 00 per gallon.Tii over E. Campbell has finished fertilizing River find
"' *0 telegraph and nuul L.- Bruner brought Sarah V. the Ilirscb gTOve, which he has leased, draughting, and complete' Buy BiHcayxo.IT .
TermtCatitr. Cocoa, r la.J. anus, a few days ago, Mrs. and returned to Melbourne* plans and specifications furnished.
I>. CRABB, Agt. Thompson, of n d IUe her Dtoca Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.
and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Brown, ofSoux The launch Whlstlewlng stopped over THE JOHN3 OX LAW CO.,

City, Dakota.Thos. in the Sebastian river, Tuesday evening, Main Office Hotel Miami MIAMI FLORIDA..x
fthe Advocatb an order for any'I wife and maid from on the return cruise from Key Largo toIjJL Jacksonville. Fla. .
you need.] VL White,

i Lnuu i'JJt-i-srv ''Sfifiifaj, ..* ,


Nutritive Properties of Err** Strawberries __ .___ _-x _p on Xn<3J. .xx Rivor. Florida East Coast PvTIM

The egg contain* 75 per cent of water, TABLE. NO. 18, IN SITEOT FEBRUARY 14, keg. V '

15 of carbon, and two of nitrogen. Tlie
content* of an ordinary egg weighs 400 carry better, and larger ber. SOUTH BOUND (Read Down), DHLiv

grain*, and affords a good, cheap, nitrogenous ' ries and larger crops are raised Mo 87TSSp NoW Daily STATIONS. si

food. The bulk of the egg i s TiBS TS- LvTAr. .. Jacksonville.

composed of albumen, which la the when liberally treated with a* tp Soils Site 10 8Unot [ .. ...St.St. Aug-t Ansuatlno.tine.,

starting point of all tissues, m LleblgdeHcribea .Hastings.

it, akin to which all food must INLAND NAVIGATION COMPANY."St. "OH ITS- Fela.k7r
INDIAN RIVER 4 BAY BISC1YI- 06emop 10 4te .'.Palatka. .
converted in tho stomach, to circulation. and St. mopmar Ar Ban tea.,. .
Potash. Commencing January 17th, 18M( the SteamersSebastian" Augustine" <06a Lv 6m M t o,..-,
There is also the rich phosphor-
.. ..JCaifT-irlU..
will sail a* follows rSOUTIIBOUND TRIO Lv. .
lcd yellow, oily matter of the yolk, "St. Augustine." *** k-p -" ..'.... ...Ormond.Daytona..Port .,

with its suggestions of protagon and Leave Tltiisvllle, Mondays and Thursdays for all points between Tltusville 10aii' i UAp rp Orange.. ..

nervous matter. Then there js the Heavy applications of the and Sewall's Point : 3:30: p. m. ios ai 11
abundant ash with ita Iron and lime, ho Arrive Sewall's Point, Tuesdays and Fridays .11:00: a. m. liospih'iop Tltusville

that the affords to the class Tuesdays and Fridays 3:.' 0p. m. 822p8blp City Point..?....
egg poor a complete fertilizers, containing "Sr. Sebastian" Leave Tltusville, Gooo*
means of enriching any diet, however Arrive Palm Beach, Wednesdays and Saturdays 5:30: p. m. ll6p'i' .. .Bockledge Junction.

meagre, at the least coct of money and not less than 10% actual Potash "St. Auowstine" Leave Tltusville, Wednesdays and Saturdays." 6:13 3:30: p. m.m. l'ep182p a 4 pfiUv -" .. ...Bockledge. Kaudallie Hotels. .
Cocoa, : p. 4 8Hp 'Melbourne ,
Kockledge, 6:30: p. m. ...A. itlpSlUp Sebastian
should be used. St. Luoie. ,
,1030 m.
Arrive Eau Oallle
ispB2p SlOp Fort Pierce ,
Jieut the Klondike.Mr. .
Eden. ,.,
Our books tell all about the subject. They NORTHBOUND "St. Sebastian. S4p 6 62p ....Jeniien
re free to any farmer. Leave Palm Beach, Mondays and Thursdays OfiO a. va. Tftlpruop .,.; Stuart
A. C. Thomas, of Marysvllte, Te*., Arrive Tltusville Tuesdays and Fridays li..iup. ru."St. ., Hobe Bound.., "
West Jupiter...,. .. ".
has found a more valuable discovery GERMAN WORKS, T4Mp >
Point and Fridays 11:0: <> a. m. Palm ,' .. *
Nuiu / Auoustink" Leave Sewall's Tuesdays 8 26p Ar. ..West Beach. :
than has yet been made In the Klondike. g) St., New York. Arrive Tltusville Wednesdays and Saturdays I2w0 p. m."St. y; 8 86p840p ..1..Royal Polnclana
For years ho suffered untold Agonv from Palm Beach Inn '
consumption, accompanied by bertiorrhages Augustine" Leave Eau Oallie. Thursdays and Mondays r. 5:0: a. m. 8 4Sp Lv ..Palm Beach Inn. Ar.

; and was absolutely cured by Dr.Kind's A '()l ia Oh, .Itocklcdge, 8:00: a.m. 8 60p West Royal Palm Polnclana Beaoh..... "

New Discovery for consumption, '* Cocoa, 8:13: a. ro. 980j1(114p SOOp> Linton .*.. "

coughs and colds. lie declares that gold The latest and most interesting llluniinant Arrive Tltusville, 12:30: p.m.Gko. Fort Lauderdale "'

is of little value In comparison with this Is now offered for sale In the south F. Miles, A. W. Buie, taopi UWJp 10 Mp Ar Lemon Miami City Lv,

marveloas cure; would have it, even ifit For brilliancy, safety and cheapness, it Gen'l Manager, UP * .
cost a hundred dollars a bottle. Asthma surpasses anything heretofore produced No.9 Palm Beaoh Limited, southbound, lv. St. Augustine 1:80: p. m., urmtmimi.
bronchitis and all throat ami lung and Is creating a sensation wherever, Daytona 4:81: p. m.Bockledge Hotels 8:28: p.m.. Royal Polnclana ft.tS p. nr, Pub

affections are positively cured by Dr.King's exhibited. It is so like the sun in quality No.98 Palm Beaoh Limited, northbound, lv. Palm Beach Inn 8:80: p. n., Bovil
New Discovery for that all colors are the .same as If 1:85: p. m.Kockledge Hotels 6:08: p In., Daytona 8:0O: p. m., Ormond 8:09: p. m. arrKl
bottles free at F. S. Chaffee & Co's. shown by sunlight, and its power Is the Augustine 10 p.m. sjBSTWBBN

drugstore, Hegular size fiOcts. and $1. same as sunlight reflected by a piece of NBW BMTRHA AMD OBANOS OlTT JtfWO'W, r" 0 t ,",'
Guaranteed to cure or price refunded. white porcelain the same size as -the.Ilame. t ,. i.noh owOP "
Trains 113, 06. W) and 7s, D
It Is produced In a very simple Trains SS8, U0, U6, m Jt"L .
Alabama In the native tongue dignifies manner, by bringing calcium carbide in Daily except Sunday. '
contact with'water, which Immediately
"hero we rest;" Nebraska means "water gives off the gas (acetylene). Calcium oluslvelv Trains 88 of, 87 Pullman and 8ifar, "J

valley;" Ohi.i Is "beautiful; Massachusetts carbide is composed of equal parts of Buffett Parlor Cars on Trslm 1,1
"about the great hills Wisconsin coke dust and llmo dust, fused together All Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City
; Junotlon Sunday. Trains SB and
dally exoept are eomooitd
in .
the intense
heat of the electrlo furnace
"wild rushing channel;" Tennessee, slvely of Parlor Car..
a heat which causes iron to boll
"river of the great bend.'' like water, and under which lead not

ony| melts but becomes an explosive gas. KEY WEST AND HAVANA.The .

Quite a number of yachts now stop The United States have adopted 1t in
t Tltusvlllo to get supplies while going the light-house and riostoffice departments steamship Olty of Key West of the Florida East Coast Steamship Cnrnpunrli
Miami for Key West on Mondays> Wednesdays and Fridays after arrival of train fromi,
north and soulh. Yachtsmen are requested whilo in France Germany Australia
sonvllle, makfoo; oonnection at Key West with steamers for Havana. L av Kot W ,
to note the reliable firms who and Great Britain it is rapidly p. m. (standard time) on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays, arriving Miami aiiit mn
are advertising in the Advocate; or forcing to the wall all other illumlnants. i out to oonneot with north bound train.NASSAU.

call at this ofllce for information when For isolated houses and, in fact, for all,
in need of supplies. It Is the light par excellence. The general

offices for the state are located inSt. N. P.sjarrloe .

Augustine, lock box 03. ,
John Darnm a West Virginian
was t. Nassau, N. P. (Bahama Islands), inauirurated January 17,1S91,bv ItufJ
married at a distance from homo, and Ida KastOoast Steamship Company, S.S Miami, especially built for passenger trsffle bun
Don't Tobacco lUaanl, Fla., and Nassau.IlIAMI .
Spit and nmuk*Your lift Away.To .
received this telegram from the old folks:
quit tobacco easily and forever, be man
"Accept congratulations from the whole netlo. fyllot life, nerve and vitfor, take NoloBao TO NASSAU.TriWeeklv NASSAU TO HIAMI.TrlWeekly .

DamnTfamlly.'1 tho wonder-worker, that make* weak men February Wth to March 28th. | February 15th to Msreh Vtk
strong. All druggists, 60a or ft. Cure guaranteed. tsml-Weekly, Maroh iWth to April 12th. Semi-Weekly, March 80th to April Uth.
Booklet and sample free. Address
What do you need in the way of Sterling Itemed* Co.. Chicago or New York.
envelopes note and letter heads bill These Tims Tables show the times at whloh train*and boats may be expected totntmi
depart from the several stations and ports, but their arrival or departors _t tlie tbt
heads shall, statements be glad to,have tags a, share cards of,, your etofWe Two Hcautlful'Pictures' Free. . SAFETY!! COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES Stated Is not cnaranteed arlainf therefrom., nor does the Company hold Itself responsible for any del*; tsoaaequeneee

work. We have a first-class lob Far oopy of looal time card call at B West Bay Street,Jacksonville, or addnaiJ.
department Finest CnUlne and Service, No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York.
connected with the Advocate, Two large; beautiful, colored pictures The Fleet Is oompoaed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche" F.BXCKWITH, J. D. BAHNEB.Asa't. .
and all we ask Is a thart of your work. for framing, free; also four copies of the Trafflo Manager. Uea. Pa urn i

to famous Illustrated who magazine, Up to Date, , "Algonquin," "Iroquois," "Cherokee," "Seminole." Ant itine,Fla.
anyone wants them.
Orange Grove ami Residence Each issue of Up to Date has beautiful North-Bound.

1 for Sale.A colored front and back, and from forty Steamers are npiiointeil to nail according to the txln.
to fifty large humorous pictures by the From .TACKSONVILI.K, Vl\* (calling at CbarlUBton), Sundays, Tueadnys and Thursdays.
From CHARXKSTON, B. C, .- Mondays, Wednesdays and
fine grove and garden property of famous artists of America. Will keep For hour of sailing;see "Clyde Line" Schedule,or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.Fridays.
12 acres, fronting on the Indian Kiver all the family Jn goodjiumor for a whole The Tropical Trunk Linn
and extending back to the county road month. South-Bound.

at Sharpes about 15 miles south ofTltusville Your two pictures or any other two of Steamers are appointed to.sail.from. Pier. SO., East. River. ,New York, at 3 p. m., as follows:
ForCHAllLKSTON, C, Mondays, Wednesdays and
known as the IJrock place; six you may solect, Bet In gold frames, For JACKSON V1LLE, FLA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.Clyde Fridays.. Jacksonville & West Railw
COO bearing trees; good .house, four will be sent you free of charge If desired Tampa Key ;
rooms and kitchen'servants'; house and after seeing them. Enclose 10 cents in New England and"Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

packing house. Trice, $4,500.00. stamps or silver to pay postage and (Calling at Charleston", 8. C, both ways) JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver.
Apply to packing. Address Up to Date, Chicago.$3T" STEAMERS "DELAWARE, AND "GEO. W. CLYDE"

Roddins A Graham, are appointed to sail as follows i SOUTH NORTHNo. .
From font of tlngan Street,Jacksonville, From Lewis' Wharf,Boston.THURSDAYS. In Effect Jan. 18, '08.
Attys. for owners, If you neod any job printing, we FRIDAYS. No. iiilB Nq 21 No. 37 No.23 NO.32. 78. No.a

Tltusville, Kla. shall be pleased to get a share of it. LocalMixed 1030 p 120 pj0 12aB. Lv.' ..JACKSONVILLE.,.Ar *730am 7 40pm714pm 3P|
UOftp1115p -B a44a .. Orange Park 6 B2am
St. Johns River Line.DEBABYLINE MoW'yandFri /PeoriaMagnolia 640 am 7 06 pill
Clyde's I14lp1140p 2 on p l*>..02alu 1 6 13 am 648pm640pm S It P1
'"> piB2p .. .Greec *_'v Springs.. 6 0S am SOS pi
( ) 11 IBs 110 s13Aa 11 00a Paiatsa..,,... BOO am 665pm
CANDY Jacksonville, Falatka, Sanforil, Enterprise, FU.and Intermediate landings on the St.John's River. _12 00 n 11 10a Batsnma 4 27am 6 24|< m
p 149 a 11 3U Pomona 412am364am 615pm600pm ill
The elegant Sldewhee) Steamers"CITY 1 06 p 1 4Ta ...Crescent City Junction :
r CATHARTIC OF JACKSONVILLE," "FKEJDK. DeDABY 1 48 p 2 30 a 343 p 12 04p Seville "3 30 a m246am 4 42pm 12 3 HI
X.M JN) 313
p a 12 41p Del.eon Springs..., 4U7pm368pm
CAPT. W. A. SHAW. CAPT,T.W.LUAD, Jr. 318 p400p 320a844S 12 47|. OlenwoodHeresford 8 38am
4 23 p 1 Olp 223am211am 3 45pm 1158 s,
Is appointed to sail as follows: 4 45 p 4 45 p 1 10a 817pm445pm'12UP llSTI
Leaves Jacksonville, '" 8-30 p. m. dally,except Saturday 8 17 p 317pt844p 12 40p } .'DeLand.. r
Leaves Sanford > 9.00a.ra. Enterprise 9 JO a. m.daily except Sunday 4 41 p 154a I lip Orange City Juno., 936pm
tl 40p .. Knterprlse 3 05pm1110pm
Rea CURE CONSTIPATION Leave S..10 p.8.4ft ...Jacksonville... Arrive 2.00 a. m 7 01 p ..Tavares '
p. I'alatka...... Leave 8.00 p. ro, 545 p 431 5 01 p 1 45p ... Sanford Lv 1 40 am 307pm147pm llMp], .
8.110 a. .. .. Astor .V.. 2.30 p. m 600 aS15a 6BS p 3 (Xlp ..Orlando....... .. 11 57 p m
\\tr 4.30 a. ...St. Francis 1.00 p. m. 7 35p 4 55p ...Lakeland... 918pm645pm 12 02i> m720am
.. Heresford 11 JO a. m. 1010 a 8 15 p Bartow
ALLDRUGGISTS 6.00 a. in. ..Bine Springs..., 11.00 a. m. 400 p 10 45 p Ar.: ...Puiita Gorda Lv 345pm737pm 12 30 am 'i'''
Arrive 8.30 a. Sanford ....'.. 9 00 a. ru. 8 40 a 335 p'iVo 6 05pe Tampa 10 56 am "i'lo
9.25 a. ....Enterprise..,. 9.30 a. m. . Tampa Bay Hotel.... .. '
10 25 .. p 'isp Ar Port Tampa Lv Vbu p ni 1015a mi 79

Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W.Bay St., Jacksonville, Tues Monand_ Frlnay.sat. 8 9 30p 0p(! L\........Port Tampa West..-. Ar Lv 230pm930pm Tbnrs-,and<1 1Weil 8 t.Wed. .
Wed and Sat 6 IHa ArHavana LvAr. 12 30 pm .anil Sat.a .

Southern Jho,L. HnwARt), Superintendent, F. M.Iron MOV orr, Jr., Fla,Pass. AM.
Be Foot Hoican 8t. 204 West Bay St. Dally, t Daily except Sunday. ,,
JACKBONVILLE, FLA, Tr! 2!IS an2 IS *2rry "''"-n Sleepers between St.Louis and Ht.Petertbur*.vi ftW
Til so. O. Eoorw,T. M., W.H. 'WARBDUTOsr, O.T. P.A., W. H. IIexdicbsox, O.E. P.A DlninK L cars between New w York York Bnd and Florida Tampa Speolal.<.carry thronKh Pullman VeetlbulwlSW

Railway 5 BOWLINd GREEN, NEW YORK.WM. Trains 81 and 32 Carry Through Pullnian Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnttl

F. CLYDE CO.0'Bowline General As-onts.
Green,Now,York. IS So. Uelaware Ave., Philadelphia.
lea Tltusv 1 Tuesdays and Fridays. 3=30 p. "! a"1"

MOST rXOELLENT SESVI0E EVER OFFERED dsJw r?" "?* P"S11 acn Mondays nnd.Thursdays 9:00: a.m.i arrlva VWvZk -
Florida Central and Peninsular Railroad. Ll/s- mR"ckl< S K W y8t S2,5oLnarr'le' T'"v"le' d xily except 12 dO p. m. Connecting
NCRTH EA5T WE5T. ; Jacksonville, tainpa and poi.ftS north. ,lh_
New Florida ami Northern Air Llne ami Florida Trunk Line.

Time Table In Effect January 83. 1808.

-o 5 ai
CM 'rs950a L
_ _
"NEW YORK AND FLORIDA LiniTED." Lv;,Jacksonville...Ar 1 10p 915a834u 0 25p

Solid train of Vesltbuled Pullman Drawing Boom Compartment, Observation Lv.. Yulee ArAr. 8 5p MALLORY Um
DlnlUK Carsbetweea ani .Fernamli na...LvAr. 8iia 7 60p STEAMSHIP
Bt. Anauatlne and New York without cb.a.e. .,.. Everett ArAr..Brunswick. 11 00a932a 650a645a 6 45p
....LvLv. 5 10a500a
via Throu.-h TseilbuUKl Drawing-Room Hipping Cars betweea Tampa aid New York, .. Savannah ., ..ArAr. 0 24a530a 4.1)14.15p Florida, Now York, _
Savannah and Columbia, without ohange. Fairfax .
C.Lv 3 08a 5 3i>a 2 25p and Bov
UNITED STATES PAST MAIL." ' ..Denmark, SO 225ai247a 4 00a 134p620a Philadelphia
.AiiKiista, Qa. " From Brunswick, (via Port Royal,8.C.J to
Pnllraan Drawing-Room Buffet Sleeping Cars betweea Jacksonville and New York. Coliuuhia, S. C. 1165a925a
Embracing s ' Sfiartanhurir,8 C 5 3llp PASSENGER SERVICE. .
Lynchburg, Charlottesville, Ashevllle,N. C. * ::../ 2 05p Via Fernandina, F. C. P. Ry. and '" .J,'
Charlotte,ST,C. 40Ha
Washington,'Baltimore and loonp Lv Jacksonvllla 8.15 am; Lv. Femanilins
' Salishury, N.C. ' 8 47a 8 5flp 8 17aTOBa BrunswicK 5J0 p Dalf{; except.SumUv.
CINCINNATI AND FLORIDA LIMITED." Qreenahoro N. C ' 1 3na f S7p Via Everett,alt rail. F.C, & p. Ry, nu ** .
b l>an itteVa. 12 20a 6 2 p 6 50a nvllle 1 P Ar Brunswick 7J0 p m. iwnjJ
f* >'" Drawls mj

n.ahes ? ? Sleeptar Cars aad First Claas Thoroughrare Richmond, Va. < 12 0lln 2 00a allowed on board for Thursdays.
running through wlth.uj supper
ohaage between Jacksonville and Otaolanaii. Lvnchburir.Va. 10 3 p 4 05p 3 40.t
Charlottesville, 8 55p 2 27|< 1 65a
Also Washington 6 01>|iSOOp It 15a942a 10 4.3a PROPOSED
Through Pullman Sleeping Cars io New SAILINGS Im. '
Baltimore 9 20p ,7ork'"sr 21 E. R.,3:30p: I*
' (Standard Time.)
Cincinnati Philadelphia 8 9Kp 7 2ia 6 55p Friday, Mar. 18. '
via Columbia and Aiheville, Through tha ' New York ' 12 10p 12 15aSOOp 4 30)> Friday, Mar.25.. .. RIO GRANDE...
' Boston./.." UOOn 900a FrdayApri ;.,.. COLORADO .'ni ,
SKY. Friday, Apr. 8 GRANDE
Friday, ..COLORADO. . ,.
Through sleesare to Apr. 15 .v.
AtUntn. Birmingham. lleaahU SLEEPiNO CAR .
aad Xansss OltT. SERVICE.No .RIO GRANDE.
And to Chattanooga. Louisville a .31 and 83 New Tprk and Florida Limited Vestibule Information
,between.New York, Jacksonville and ,steamei 1, trains,rates, eto.,apply to anyra'''"*

/: rt \ %J : r-rvstl,. applr UL. Sleeper Atlfrustlne.No*.via 35 and Ashevllle.Noe. 36 Fast. Mall,Sleepers between New fork and Jacksonville, and the Cincinnati ,11. MA,ir5 n lAY MOD/Gen ra'8oo'o CHA8. DA rn VIES Agent,Agent,Brunswick,220 W.,Bay As.3,*- f#

.37 and 38 carry through sleepers between Jacksonville and New York In connection with AgentPier 20, E.River, and362 Broadway
8 and 1-Taod 5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa.
A. SltlPMAN, Florid. Psas. Agt, 911 West B y Street, JaokgOBTlU*. Fla, No. carries the Clnoinaatt and Florida Limited, with the Tampa,Cincinnati. St. Louis_
/. M. 0U1P. Kansasoffice ty Sleepers. TBese nre brought to Jaeksonvllle by No.S3. ana Remember
w. A. TUR_, s. H. HARSWI0X, All bagntrs will bo cheeked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ihat the Ivdiav ti *.*.
Tramo Manag rj ,202 Koran Street, as well sa at the Union depot ticket offloe. The Advocatk l riVf
WaUnrtoo,D. O. \ Washiagtoa. 6.0. AtUala,O- R. W. CAMPBELL, Paasenirer Agent. J. K. MARSHALL.Ticket Agent 203 W Bay St., free- tobacco seed *.
January 17 1808. Horan. Jacksonville. WALTER COLEMAN, Oen'l Traveling Acent Jacksonville. cor.Pass. ,nB
O, M. HOLDFN,T. P.A., 8U.Augustlne.Fl A. O. Mae&OXKLL, Oen. Agent. Call and get some,- *
Its cultivation.B .

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Coast Hotels.

HOTELS OF TUB The Holly Inn * Daytona, Fla. TITUSVILLE


irida East Coast System The Located most on pleasant the boautlful and ample Halifax.surroundings of any. HOWES In the ,city.O. Indian Ttivor.Fla.. XL4

Tropiietor. J. G. BAST,

Iched only ViaL Manakh.

Florid* East Coast Railway from Jacksonville to Miami. PALMETTO HOUSE
A Key West Steamship Line fioni Miami Open All The Year.
fa Miami to Key West.i DAYTONA, FLORIDA.Is .
lor oar buffet service now running.bedule .
i now open for the winter season. Situate'd on the banks of the Halifax
see page 0. River. Fine hunting nnd fishing locality. Only a few minutes'"
Best of accommodations and excellent euisino. Rates moderate. walk fiom Railway stntlons -
LEON HESPLAND, rrop. and Steam boatIaivVIngs. -
West HOTEL KEY WEST, U. S. Naval Station. On the banks of thsoTT ?i

far-famed Indian River.MKHltlTT .
isaumi New S. S. MIAMI, from Miami. Abroad in a night The Colonnades,

ROYAL TALM, (Morrllt'M Island).
On the Peninsular, opposite DAYTONA.Laige .

HOTEL BISCAYNE, Bicycling, swimming, fish airy and well-furnished rooms, with all modem conveniences, electric
ITevins' Riverview.
CASINO Swimming Tool ing and bunting. lights bells, etc .
Plenty of shade outside hotel makes it a delightful place for children.

ROYAL POINCIANA, RATES: $2.r>0 to $5.00 per day; $12.50. to $18.00 per week. MERKITT, FLORIDA. ON INDIAN KIVEROn -

Engage your rooms at once. high pine land. Health, Comfort and Spot. No better Huntkig antX
Beach PALM beach inn, Bicycling, golf, Winter Address,
Ocean Bathing. SYDNEY IIAIGH, rrop., Fishing lu Florida.
CASINO Swimming Tool.iond .
Seabreeze, Fla.OHMOXD. Oven from December to May. M. B. MAIION,

noTEL ormond, Bicycling and Golf.


Augustine-HOTEL ALCAZAR, Bicycling, swimming, Hotel Riyer
CASINO Swimming Tool golf, hunting and fishing HOTEL COQUINA, ORMOND-BY-TI1E-SEA, FLA. ,

to the General Offices, St. Augustine, for tho New East Coast Book ofC. Open for Winter Season of 1MW, Dec. 15th. Fine surf bathing, fishing and
puts Wheeling. Son Food a Specialty. Rockledge Fla.
B. KNOTT, SEISER A VINING, Proprietors. ,

General Superintendent. Miitfite&4

Went Const Hotels.FLORIDA .

Touilst Season Jan'y' 15th to April 1st

btel Flacide "STm.lie
Best Fishing and Duck Shooting In the South. Tviinls, Pool, Billlaidtf, llowSIng -

center of the city, on Main Street, the dividing line between east and west --GULP COAST HOTELS-- ami Coilespoudenuo Boating. solicited. Addiesx, ,
uck from Bay. Everything entirely new. Elegantly furnished "
throughout, TIMIIKKLAKEA WYATT, Rockledge, I la.IN .
prior Cuisine and Service. Bus meets ali tialns. Teims $2.60 per dav nnd
da Special rates by the week. JOHN S. BOWEN, ProprietorLvelers'




I Hotel located nmldst boautlful orango Iteming groves. T'lenty efoiangos
lis hotel is now under new management, and has been thoioughly renovated Tampa, Fla.- TAMPA BAY HOTEL, Now Open.

1). r. HATHAWAY, MamiRiT. fice to guests. Fast trains run directly
is meets all Trains, and Electric Cais pass door. Bath rooms and al
niences on avery floor. / Port Tampa.Fla.-, Ix*. New Open. tohotel| grounds, Do not miss the
of tho East Const.
Plan, $2.00; European, 50o to $1. Special by the week.
iELIX GARCIA Winter Park Fla.TIIE seminole, Now Open.
Piop.e Summer Resoit, Allington hotel,
> A. E. HICK, Manawr. l'otoskey, Mkh. S. 11. PECK, Manager.ROCKLEDGE .
1711"I f Cr" Bay BlId8e St8 JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Ocala Fla.Belleair THE OCALA HOUSK, Now Open.
e Pillllll Under new Each .-
management. department
XJlllVl/i furnished absolutely new with all modem imJ 1*. BKOWN, Malinger. Gem of the Indian Riyer.
piovements. Overlooking the St. Johns ltivei. ,
i three blocks of the Union Fla.- THE BELLEVIEW, Now Open.PuntaGorda .
depot, Clyde S. S. Co., and new postofflce. All ,
c cars pass the door. Free Bus.ites VT. A. BARROV, Manager. New Rockledge Hotel will open Saturday, December II. Home-like and attractive.
: European, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $1.50 per day. American, from $4.00 Fino shell roads; horseit to drive; row boats for fishing; fine Daimler
1 day, Fla.TIIE J'unta gorda hotel, now open.F. launch; all connected with hotel; excursions to all points of Interest. These and

M. O. FINLEY, II. ABIIOTT, MunuKcr. other attiactions mako isore variety than Is often found In one prarn. Rates, $2.50to

Jacksonville, Fla.ST. Fort Myers Fla.the fort mvers hotel, now oPcn, $'t. Special weekly rates until January 15, Correspondence solicited. Sen*

K. It, ABIIOTT, Mansxer.Kissimmee for circulars. II. 1*. SHARKS, Proprietor.i .
i i ii i 't

Fla.the kissimmee hotel, NowoPen. NOW OPEN.WHITE'S .
Opposite the Hotel Alcazar and Alameda. L. K. BULLOCK, Manner.
BUCKINGHAM Wide verandas, picturesque lawns. Home-like COTTAGE' Rockledge Fla.
and comfortable. Rates moderate.GEO. Send to eacli manager as to rates and rooms, and to the undersigned as to railway ,

NOW OPEN. 0. HOWE, Proprietor. or steamship rates, or sleeping car lines Pure illteied rain water. Terms, $1.60 per day; $7 to 10 por week.J. .
Passenger Traffic Manager,
Ocean J. WHITE, 1'ioprlotor.iau .
View Hotel
ST. AUGUSTINE, ..FLA.nder Savannah, Ga.
new and liberal management. Handsome and home-like; located one south of Plaza; within seventy-five feet of the old sea wall and fronts on the
[till Matanzas Bay, withan unobstructed view of the Atlantic Ocean, Anassland MAGNOLIA SIMUNGS, FLA. The Hotel Granada KAU GALLIE, Brevnrd Co., FLA.ltt'i .
and Old Spanish Fort. Kates, %i to $2.50 per day. Special-by the
miles south of Jacksonville 10 miles-
Open all the year. F. 0. IIAYDEN, Manager. Hotel ON THE ST. JOHNS RIVER, 28 miles south of Rockledge, on the Indian River and F. E. C. U'y. Near Eau Oallle; river,
Magnolia Springs south of Jacksonville by rail or boat. opposite mouth of Banana river, Unexcelled boating, llshlng and hunting.
Delightfully located. Pure spring water, Matchless climate; no malaria. In tho famous Indian River orango anil pineapple*
HOTEL ALGONQUIN Excellent shooting and fishing. W. F. INGOLD, Manager.O. district. Launch for use of guests. First-class home-like hotel. Rates, $J.6(> ta
. D. Seavey Co., owners."B $.1.(>0 per day. Special rates by month* or season. Open all the year.W. .
II. II. Gleason, Roal Estate GEO. G. GLEASON, Manager.WKMT .
M. W. EATMAN, Proprietor,


New Furniture and Fixtures throughout. ) ...NEW YORK...
Electric bells In etsry room. Fronting tba Old aBfl
Slave Market and Plata. Overlooking tba Bay, HI-!' Seminole Hotel
with One ocean view. All white help. Rates
$2 00 per day and upward. Special weekly rates,
Sample room.A. OPI5N ALL THE YEAR.


This h.otel Is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to
,' ST. AUGUSTINE, the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel.,
centrally located.S Fronting the Old Spanish Plaza and the Atlantic with Ashing tackle on board tor the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and
(ipleodid view from its long and broad veranda Rates, $2.00 per day and upwards; special rates by the week or month.
u; Special rates by the week. First-class table board at reasonable rates.Mm. *| .|fli2l GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor.MIAMI. .
A. S. PELL. 4\\


>TEL MAGNQLIA n.ADown iuhe
Hotel Magnolia is being renovated and improved. Will open January ,

Rates, $2.50 per day and upward.f NOW OrEN. Rates, $1 per day and up. Special Weekly and

GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor.St Commercial rates. H. E. BKMIS, Manager.Graham's .

fipflrip ST augu3tixe' fla* 1Q0 rooms. 800 feet ot broad placsasL-
The most complete office Id Senth Florida.
UuUlgU, A Famlly notel. Transient, $2.60 and up; Hotel I>arge, light and airy dlnlng-roosn.
single rooms $15 to $17.50; two persons occupying one room, $25 to $15. TABLE UNSURPASSED.
t comfortable, homelike family and transient hotel in the South; occupy- ,
Rates $2.50 day and npwasrf.S. .
1 most central location In the city, corner St. George street and the Plaza, Inroxlmitv per
> Cathedral, etc.C. MIAMI, FLA. GRAHAM, I'reprlcter.hote .
to old
the large hotels, casino, bay, postofflce
D. Tylm, corner A prop. Johk Jat Bbnsox, Manager.Wh .

: j COIfcTOLX-Oirsr,

Beautifully and centrally located.
Well appointed. Elevator.steam Perfectly new hotel with all modern Improvements. Located on park, on* X.Ui
heat, gas, electrio bells, excellent block from Hotel Royal Palm, commanding splendid view of Blscayne Bay. Rateati
m well-shaded lawn. and upward. Special rates by week or month.COICOXAIJO .
Rates water,reduced and large from, $4 to $2 and The MORROW HOUSE.... SOUTHERNERS per day

located: convenient to the
W. W. PALMER. postofflce Centrally and steamboat landings. Special find good accommodations, at reasonable Sea Side Hotel COROXADO BEACIl. TLA.. '
Place.On .
attention given to commercial travel. prices, at 74 Clinton '1 > 1On
In tba all *door from Fifth Avenne, and close r nfB.u1 opnnslte New Smrn Op n>sJIU s M
Formerly Hotel Magnolia. Only first-class hotel city open to Very central. flood n.hinc,Ilnntlnic.and surf batbln<; HI mile,or huil Imubi h"t l aarrUcw. mt sir
the year. Rates, $2 per day; special by Washington square. V tniuA, UmUn,SJ.0U Ml d 1 Bpoctal skis by week or month. l'o u>m New Bmj M, ruW.
the week. IDA M. HECTOR. Refer to editor of tbla paper, .1L. > WKiX, llwpnaMr,


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graham ((3- asA-sRIROLL
mbbdb & ,
(Successor to Lovett ii Carroll.)
Mr. II. Watton, of Clifton, was in .

town yosterday.Mr GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETABLES, of All

K. H. Raolerson. of Fort Tierce, and DRESSMAKING.solicited. .
was In town yesterday, and gave us a WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND Crockery, Glass and Tinware, Your patronajTITUSVILL3 -,
pleasant call.Vesterday. Solicited.
was St, Patrick's Day,
but there was no celebration in Tltusvllle.

Kjff Readmit notlco ads. on this piigePrtiicy McrrlH celebrated in great style ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished S- Xjisies- -
ore live cents per lino per week. Mr/, and Mrs. W. II. Dradlcy, of
Brooklyn, N. Y., are still pleasantly located for lands la Brevard and Dade Grain. Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple &
will Groceries, Fancy Groceries
llii 'iip]>Ie Hlljw Slickers at Hotel Iodhin lllver, and remain ,
until its close. ( Counties.We And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, nay, Bi an, Cotton Seed Meal I'
for Hale.Ahhakas Mr. D. E. Cleary, a prominent Food and Wheat. We aie the only house on Indian River dealing hxcI"1. 1?
wholesale of above line of goods. We invite your correspondence and solicit Nj|
Kgyptlan Queen, Ooldon giover Jersey City, N. ) List the v.r,
Queen, Poito Kloo, .Smooth Cayenne and after a pleasant tiip down the East have a large Very'truly, E. L. BRADY A BRO Tin,,,Patroi 111,
Coast, left Itockledge for Ormond, yesterday. ,!
Hed Spanish. Apply Mattiiams toMaddockA 'of Lands owned by

"J'alm Beach Pinery," Mr. and Mrs. J. X. Taylor, of rater- ourselves and clients. Il rSTJ"Ze-A-liTOE3-
West Palm Ueach, Fla. son, N. J., who have been stopping at
Hotel Indian River, Rocklodge, left for Price for unimproved FIRE. LIFE.
Ilutel Ormond, yesterday. They are ona The "Old Hartford," EquitaUe Life
Fancy Pineapple Plants.ITardy tour of the state. Mr. Taylor Is a silk Mail orders Satisfaction lands $3 to $100 and other well known Companies.snr AssunvnceConiJFloriJ

vigorous, grown without sliel- silkmanufacturer. guaranteed.Mrs. Lowest rates guaranteed. Write for rates, etc.
toy, smooth-leaved Cayenne, Abbakami It. M. Greene stopped over in per acre.WE GEO. B. RUMPII, JK
Jamaica Kip ley plants for aale.K town with Miss Aline Egger from yesterday Helen W.Tltusvllle. Reynolds, Agent, Titusvilh
O. B. Tykmali,, until to-day en route homo to OpelIk Fla.
Waveland, Fla.Ciiiariiiitea a., Ala., from Miami, where she has have a few Residence, Orange
been with her sister, Mrs. II. J.' Kgger,
for about ten days. Educate Tour llowele With C esreta. Grove and Pineapple Properties in G. CARY-ELWES,
Candy Cathartic, cure constipation forever,
12 cent .
per Interest; Among the pleasant callers at our looSOo. If O.C.C.fall.druKKisu refund money. locations. Prices Reasonable.

Kloven acres land, fronts on Indian office yesterday were Mr. and Mrs. John FIRE & LIFE INSURANCE
and Banana Itlver; small cottage;2 artesian Osterley and daughter, Miss Lillian, of SHOE REPAIRINO. S. J. Meador, of TITUS VILLE
wells, KM) nice orange trees, ltlKX) Philadelphia; who own a fine orange Columbia, S. C, has taken the business OrncKs and MIAMI. Representing the Liverpool & London & Globe Insurance Company, and
plants, shipped over 200cratesnnt grove and residence at Kockledgo. They recently vacated byJ, A. Daugh- Mutual Life Insurance Company, of New Yoik.jT .
aeason; guavas, mingoes, Japan perSimmons came up to town by Steamer, returning try, and will attend to the repairing of
anil oilier fruits on place. Trice home the same evening.Col. boots and shoes. Next to barber shop.oToHao i'our Business Solicited.

$1,">00. Address B, A ovocatk office.THusvllle . C. P. Ilorton and Mr. T. Watt- TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA,
Fla. son Merrill, two prominent members of > for Hfty Cent..* East Coast Meat Market
Canaveral Club started for
their homes Guaranteed tobaouo habit euro,rnalces weulc
Bate Your Pines From Frost. In Boston yesterday. They stopped tnen strong, blood pure. Wo,II. All drUKKiutaCrabb's c&
from the opening to the closing of the FfDUREN, Agent.Supervlimr Losley Motloi79
clubhouse, and would Jiave remained
Farmers who aro about to cover their Hack Line,
pineapples and vogetables, would do well longer. if there were more members present. (Successors to LOSLEY, REN"AKER A CO.)
to get their light wood posts a( a cheap From Cocoa to Itockledge and adjacent
rite from \ Mr. M. E, Grubor, formerly of Titus- points of interest, for the accommodation Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rums, Gins an id3L
bllKHMAN SlNflr.KTO.V, villa, has been elected mayor of West of the traveling public. Honest
Georgians, Fla, Palm Beach, to finish out the unexpired rates. C. W. Chabb, p> Bottled Beers, Ales and Stont.A .
term due to the resignation of Mr. J. F.Litmend. Cocoa, Fla.
We have no doubt Mr. Gruber First-class Line of Cigars. * Billiard and Pool TabJ
Jture Cliunco.
will serve In the office with credit to SE3t Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention Riven toiordure.
himself and honor to the town. Succemjto Cash must accompany your older. LOSLEY & MOTLOW, lltusvill
For sale, on Rlilgowood avenue, Daytono yon, Friend Umber.Mr. ,

a very nice residence and Improved J. M. Randall, of Iloston, who-
lot, tn a doslrable location. House' Is has been traveling through Egyptwith =3 t- c3 OO -

bow This rented is well, worth and pays your ten attention.pur cent net. his uncle this winter, says he has had TitUsvillo, Florida.JACKSONVILLE. ]:: Will keep constantly on hand a Full Supply of :::[
enough of the climate of that

Address, Care F.Advocate L. A., office. and the East next Coast.winter His he Intends brother returning Eugene to, COTTON_ mW CYPRESS AND GEORGIA PINE'

d. Hand ill Is spending the winter at
JOSEPH ZAPF.WHOL.K8AMC soft seine Twines.a Also Mouldings and Turned Work, Biick, Lime, Cement, Crates of all descrlpb JTltuisvlllo

of Itaglatratlon.Gov. Perfect sturgeon twine. r, X lorldtfl
DRAI.KIIAnbeaserBasch FLA. as B
W. D. Blifxbum lias appointed COCAINE, TUBACLU and CIUAKETTB HABITS.Adoptad .
Brewing Ass'nFamous Thoniins J. Cockshntt, of. LaGrange, tohe EMORY JOHNSON, 6 N 4 o..l. mm.MOODUS by tha IT.8.Government.Wmr James Pbitchard, President;, W. M. Browic, Vice-President:
of UlWraiatlua aildrw* S lry lMtll t JwhMa.llle.Fla. C. S. Schuyler, Cashier. ,
supervisor Brevardcounty.
St. I.onU Lager Ilecr. registration CONN. New Sanitarium, Cor. Daloa aad Hogan Ma.

Sold by Losley & Konakor, Tltusvllle.
Manufacturer of Sodt and Mineral The Indian River Oaardi.Bfost .
Waters, Wholesale Liquor Dealer.BAXFORD .

.- FLORIDA At a meeting of the Indian River COHEN BROTHERS. (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)

Guards, at their Armory In Tltusvllle, on
Tuesday evening, C. R. Stewart was .. Authorized capital, $100,01,

licautirul I'lace on Indian elected captain, vice M. 8. Jones, Jr., resigned. Paid -up capital, $26,01,

Itlver, fur Stile, at.n Great lieutenant. Jules, but for Knox 2nd was lieutenant elected there 1st Popular Dry Goods House, Jacksonville, Fla. Average deposits, $150,0!

Hargain.flie was a tie between G. Cary-Elwes and R.U. .
Mims, Jr., so no appointment to this THE LEADING DRY GOODS IIOUSE IN THE STATE.To Transacts a General BanfcBusiness.

grade was made. all who request we will send Samples free of charge. Write for Samples.TrV .
famous Creek Grovo
contsting -
of 14 acres of orange grove and It Our Mall Order Department; the most complete quick service.6rders .
40 acres of land fronting on Indian River Appointment* by Gov* Hloxlmm* filled same day as received. We all Oldest Bank t
and Tin key Creek, with steamboat landing 1 pay express on, goods ordered of us to Largest apd on
and Tillman pnstoHlce and railroad Governor W. D. Bloxham lias appointed the amount of $3.00 or over to any part of the State, when money accompanies Exchange sold on all Foreign Cooitta
station on the F. E. C. It'y On tho Mr. J. D. Miller, of New York, the order,
dace, lying on the wost side of Indian to bo commissioner of doeds for Florida DIRECTORS)
{liver, threo miles south of Melbourne, In the state of New York, ami Mr. E. II.Dlmlck New Spring StylesIn DlOn ress Goods and Silks jAs.Parrc ABi>,'W.B BA vp.rtr liof
tVvo miles from Atlnntlo oconn beach. of Palm Reach, to be tioasurerof Now the NatlonalBankotJadwMiTllliWDuiikkb
'AboutJ00 gqpd homing orange trees, Dade county."Cuba. Ready. (Vice-President NMlonil "
Iial.KUco in young trees, will yield about Address: Jacksonville), and W. M. HboM.

1000 boxes this year. Can be made In Tltusvllle.' COHEN BROTHERS, coRitespoHDKirrd.
Seaboard National Bank of >eIoitj
feu yield 2000 boxes a In two
year .
years. Popular Dry Goods House National Bank of Jacksonville.TITUSVILLE
Servant's house and good paoklng house Mr. Edward Page Gaston, of Chicago, ,
nd rooms above. Good llshlng, quail, gavo a lecture at the Opera house, Tltusvllle Jacksonville, Florida. IF-I V.
deer and duok hunting up Turkey Creek; on Wednesday evening, under the
fine harbor for boats; lovely river front, ausploos of the Indian River Band.
with .Iwautlful forest trees. Hammock There was a fair attendance, and the Jacksonville Steam Works FOR HomeGrownTHE
lands for sale cheap. Apply toD. subject touched upon by Mr. Gaston Dye 4- SALE....
I.. Gaulden, "Cuba; the Poarl of the Antilles" was

Atty. for owners, listened to with marked attention. The t MAINnARD BROS., Proprietors.TZfcL PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SOf
Tltusvllle, Fla. looture was not altogether what some of

our people expected; but still, it was a Lending IDyoThirtyfive the following Varieties :
rather interesting and descriptive one,

FOR 8ALI3.CoconKockledge The and was Indian appreciated River Uand by, under the the audience.leadership years' experience in Cleaning and Dyeing. Ladies and Gents' clothing Abbaka, Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, W

Ice Works, cleaned, dyed, repaired and pressed. All work guaranteed.
of Mr. W. E.
Youngs, gave achoioe ( Cayenne, Pernambaco and Red Spanish.
Cocoa, Fin. 'soleotlon of tnuslo during the 13 Newnan St., East Side.
evening, which was much enjoyed. FLA. Apply to O. C. MATTIIAMS. Florida Pineapple
Reason for sell I rig, accident to the West Palm Be1]
proprietor and continued 111 health for
jpast threo years. Trice, $15,0M( ), cash, m Cruise Down Indian Itlvar, C. B. ROGERS
r $18,000. ono-half cash and balanco sourod -
by first mortgAge rates. Has paid The bonso-boat Whim-Wham, ownod CHESEBRO BROTHERS
tiptweon 25 and ;i0 per cent on price by Dr. R. V. Pierce, tlvs millionaire patent Importers and Wholesale Grocers.
asked, and under competent, careful medicine man, of UnfTalo, N. Y., left
vrtanagomont will pay inoro. Rooks and Jacksonville last Sunday afternoon for ..Provisions Grain Hay Flour Grits Meal
.. Etc-
daily reports, sines maohine was started the St. Johns bar, and was towed out to ... WHOLESALE
to present, opon to Inspection of parties sea and as far as New Smyrna Inlet by
meaning business. lluilding UOxKMt., the steamer Riscayne, whero she was Solo Agents for I IFAIRBAXK Our business confined to the trade
ides and roof of galvanized Iron; floors left to sail down tho Halifax and Indian CANXINO CC. LIOXBltAXD only. Orders from Fish JealejXo.
f concrete. Machine nominally 10-ton rivers. She arrived at Tltusvllle, Tuesday consumers neither
capacity, but will guaiahtoo to produce morning with the following onboard CAXXED 3!EATS. I solicited nor desired.
12 tons, daily. : Dr. It. V. Pierce and wife, Masters
Plaut In llrst-class condition, not having Hugh C. ami Ralph Pierce and Mr. EarleIt. Quotations made promptly on 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
an equal for convenience and economical Smith. Tho latter stopped oil at Titusvillo application.LI SPECIALTIES: Spanish Mackerel BlueflA !
operation within a radius of COO en route to Gainesville. The Slieephead, Pompano,
miles. An inspection will more, ..thanwerify Whim-Wham had a crew of six on board. Snappers, KIngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Duels.
this statement. Situated near She will probably go as far as Palm a smaiii hot mur>, Stencils promptly
supplied. .
References desired.G.
furnished if
Iiead of Indian River lleacb.
on river And cold
a large bottle are*
a good
ml main lino F. E. C. R'y., having Iron bination Just now. We will furnish com the

side-track, loading platform, etc. Largo Improvement* hi Merrltt.Mr. bottle, and we will let the bird look out for
well.I'osltlvoly lot, .high board fence. Six inch artesian itself. In fact, we will furnish onything G. SPRINGER

Thomas F. Nevios, mom bo r of the that Is high grade in wines, whiskies, gins, .
( first-cl.ias plant, that has well known banking and brokerage Tlrmof brandies, rums or ales. But above all try
paid from 20 cent, .10
per to per cent. T. Ed. Qrafl A Co., Brooklyn, Jf. V., our A. B. C. Beer, that we make a leading
?inee its for erection sale for,any and other would reason.not be Inspection ofered - and his wife and son Frank, are still sojourning specialty of.JOHX. Mannfactnrer, Retailer and Shipper" Of

solicited. For further Information on their place"at Merrltt, where CLARK SOX A CO.
Mr. Nevlns owns the Rivervlew hotel and
apply toG.. O. four orange grovos, many of the trees Commission Merchants and dealers in IC J
SpitlN'orjt, being loaded with bloom. He has one Groceries, Grain, Coal, Wines A Liquors E
St. Augustine, Fla. big artesian well on tbe grounds, and .JACKSOXVILLE, FLA. D.
Near A Taylor are about to drive three B3T
Consignments of
Till A 8PIUXGS, a A.SvVKBTWATKIt more six-inch' wells, which will probably produce
have a lle w of 3,000 gallons of water per
PA UK HOTEL.Uthla minute, the power from which is to be WeLtei
| V ; used to drive a dynamo to light his hotel
Springs,N r Atlanta, Oa.
and grounds by electricity, and to run
Florida and New York sleeper* pass our door. An Ice plant. Mr. Xevins is also having Refrigerators Ice Chests Co*
l Freezers and Water
n t Opena Keh. is. Tho moat healthful lixiasii ,
>a In tbe South. Nev r any caaea of contayioua a boat-house built, 60x40ft., at the end A. BOTJItS & CO.... ,
or Infectious di e>Me, or even malaria. of his wharf, to store his fine naphtha FACTORIES
Jliiat tba place to spend the spring months without launch. He is also
making other
rink. Not aa oold as mountain reaorta, many GRAIN GARDEN SEEDS AND
>warm to be safe. Kooma with both eratea Improvements on his property, and as FERTILIZERS. Cocoa and St. Augustine
mid steam beat, electric lights private hatha, far as we could see, while stopping there
sod toilets, hot and cold running water, nun the first of the week, he will soon have 0 East Bay Street, JACKSOXVILLE, FLORIDA,
parlor privilege*and*. glaaa-lnoloaeil Hotel coat i'XtO.OOO.pnrohea.All Stop kinds over ofoedioiaal to enlarge his hotel, so popular and Corn We handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Ilav
forv baths and thetromrest Llthia water crowded has It become this season.1 Mr. Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed MeoL both bright and* FRX2TTHTGOF
known for rheumatism, kidney and bladder Kevins is hall-fellow-well-met, and all dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-AUen Fertilizer Co7
aroobloe. Send for circular. $t Bo to I* lit to t'JSper week: leas lT the month.per H. T.; his acquaintances on inilan Rl ver have ane*NiS5i, !!JiuKttSfZFUZSi S J*: KUkelute of Pass Christian and Manltou,Colo.Soi s good word to wy for him. 'tvtotti &SZSl%&% .rg $io'%:&o StZST "nld"n h* WUtedCJommisson at theAT3VOCATE