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Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
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Title: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle
Running title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: Chas. H. Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville Fla
Creation Date: January 6, 1899
Publication Date: 1896-1900
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Indian River City
Coordinates: 28.5597205 x -80.7992207 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 13, no. 16 (Nov. 27, 1896)- ; -v. 20, no. 19 (July 6, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071722
oclc - 34175702
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System ID: UF00075918:00001
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LOCAL NEWS 2y: BOOKS, CLOCKS, Etc.-a nice as- -Note change in J., T. A K. W. Ry. -Miss Edith Mercier, of Cocoa, was ANY ONE WHO IS IN NEED OF A holds similar position at ono of tho
sortment at Screven's Drug Store, schedule on 6th among the pleasant callers at this office New Bicycle, will do well to correspond best-kest hotels In Orlando, the San
Titusvillo. page. last !Saturday.:: She was upending the with F. W. REEKS, of St. Augus" Juan, where ho will be glad to meet his
if And ToplcM of General Interest. -Tax Assessor J. F. Wootcn, of' Co. new year in town with the Misses Bouk- tine. lIe has the largest stock of new old and now friends.
coa, was in town a short while, Monday.Mr. night. model In the country bottom prices, Wo
-Mr. F. A. Losley, of this place, has Wheels Mont out on inspection. All acknowledge receipt of pretty
.Society and General Gossip In connection built another stable for a horse. Rupert Paxton, of Rockledge, Messrs. Rube Shields, commonly kinds of Plotting Tacklo kept In stock folder from Manager Lorcn R. Johnston,
returned to the Bartow Military Collegelast of Hotel DeFunlak .
Chautauqua, Springs.It
called Will, and George Phillips (tholaysood F. W. HE '
Lake Worth, Indian, :Kits,
I with Blsoajwe Bay
IT -Miss Catherine Sams of Monday.Mr. It Is and
Courtenay, trick of Boston very neatly artistically gotten
bicycle cyclist), St. Fla.
Banana and Halifax: : Rivers, Key Went Augustine,
y t I and all other Important Point along;the paid Titusville a visit on Wednesday.Mr. Pierre Titus, who has been in arrived at the Indian River hotel on and It In now to bo seen at this
ffico. Mr. Johnston Is connected with
1 East Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Orlando Quarterman, of Chester Havana for a couple of weeks or so, is Wednesday. Thursday morning they A lag Shipment of Fish. ho Lake Mohonk Mountain house
| Interesting Events from Various Fart Shoals, was In town part of Tuesday and expected home next week. gave a bicycle performance on Julia ,
klohonk Lake
street which the best that lIaR over N. Y., formerly managed
Wednesday.Mrs. was
of the World| About People Ton Know -Mr. W. E. Gerow, of Jacksonville, been seen In Titusville. They both rode A largo shipment of Spanish mackerel by our popular friend, Manager H. K.llemU ::. t
; and People Ton Don't Know-Picked W. :M. Woodward, of this was In town from Friday until Saturday, Olive bicycles-for which they was made from Miami on Tuesday. of tho Royal Victoria hotel, Nas-
company
t' op by Our Society Editor and a large staff place, spent a day in Cocoa the first of when he left for other points south. their wheels. They left One of Armour's refrigerator oars were nui, N. 1'.
advertising
arc :
scattered along' the used and there were 14,0101bs. of fish
of Correspondents the week. ,
East Coast of Florida. -Remember the carpet warehouse of yesterday, for DeLand, and will\ also via- on board, bound for St. Louie. Mr. Fred Sterry, tho genial manager

-Mr. Harry Walton, of Clifton, was II. E. Clarke, Bay street, Jacksonville It Tampa and Key West and return via --.------ of tho Royal Poinclana and limo Inn,
in town Wednesday, and gave our officea when you need anything in that: line. the East Coast. More Troop For Cuba. Palm[ Beach, was a passenger: on Wednes

THE ADVOCATE, pleasant call. -Mr. J. O. Walton left hero Thursday .-Senator Vest, of Missouri, has been day's northbound train, en route to St:

t $1.50 per annum, in advance. -Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of this place, on a short visit to Savannah. He spending a portion of the holiday seasonat On Friday and Saturday last special Augustine, to spend couple of days or
$1.00 six months, to who has been spending a few days in will probably return to-morrow or Sunday Senator Quay's winter resort, at St. trains: conveying: several companies of I at). Mr. Sterry Informed un ADVOCATE

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. Miami, returned home on Monday ., Lucie, Indian Kiver. The Missouri sen- engineers from Huntsvlllo, passed : representative that The Inn was doing
ator Is an enthusiastic fisherman, and through hero over the Florida East Coast quite a good business for this tlmo of
ri -Quite a goodly number of our young -Brevard School Board was in session took advantage of tho adjournment of Railway to Miami, where they embarkedon year. It will not bo long ore both the

-You will find some interesting news Folks attended the dance at the Opera this week, with Messrs. R. N. Andrews congress for the recess, and an Invitation tho steamship Lincoln for Havana above palatial hotels will\ bo crowded '

.en our inside pages.! house, Titusville, Wednesday night S. F. Gibbs, J. M. Dixon and Jno. from the Pennsylvania senator to spenda They did not tarry at Titusville, but with guests.
In attendance.Miss .
-The ADVOCATE office has been quite II. Sams few days at the latter's estate. Senator went right through.The The Travelers hotel, Bay street, Jack-
-Have you paid your subscription ? inundated with callers during the past Elsie Smith, of Rockledge; Quay's Florida winter resort at St. sonville, U not going to bo behind in x

|If not, please do so. two weeks, among them being many Kingan Hodgson, of Eau Gallic, and Jucie has become one of the most pop Itona Mario. the race for Improvements, for nn AOVO

-Please wrlto us whenever you fail to ladles. Marvin Thomas, of Cocoa, returned to ular southern resorts among senators, CATS correspondent in Jacksonville nays:
receive the ADVOCATE. DeLand on Monday.Mr. many of whom In the past have accepted The above house-boat has been undergoing 'Manager Felix Garcia U still making
-Mr. Geo. W. Scobie, of this place, Invitations to spend a few days. The some alterations under the super improvements at tho Travelers, which is
nr- Reading notice ads. are, ten cents has been down at Miami and Key Largo; S. Guggenheim, the advance senator hits been ImpartialIn homelike
Pennsylvania vision of Prof. J. M. Latlin, of New now a very comfortable and
|per line on this page. this week, in the interests of his fish agent and'contractor for V. D. Levitt the extending of his invitations, and York. A new state-room has been lostulry. Mr. Garcia has moved his

-Your attention is drawn to the news- Business. and was A.in town Seeman's Saturday tine dog and and Sunday.Mr. pony.show, has had as his guests from time to time, added, the cabin enlarged, new pantry lining room up stairs and put In a cafe

,Tpaper laws published on our third page. -Miss Sallie Hall has been spending It would seem, very nearly all of his colleagues shelves put up, and a general improvement and wino room on tho same (flour as the
t the; holidays with her brother Braiden- Archie Barrelle, who spent the in the United States Senate, Including made all round.. The boat Is -Mr. .Stanley Jones visited Cocoa town. She is expected home next week, Christmas holidays with his brotherInlaw democratic as well 'as membersof waiting for the arrival of M6ssrs. Naoth- and we hope tho j pink paper will tell its

\. ast Friday. with her sister, Miss. Bessie. Mr. Chas. K. Kenyon, at Sunbeam, his own political faith. Senator Quay Ing and Mitchell, two crack shots from renders of tho Improvements made"
I Club'will returned to DeLand the first of the week himself Is a lover of sport, and enjoys New( York, who were hero a few week! '
-The Cocoa Dramatic soon -The Misses Beatrice Perkins and few fisb- Hotel Buckingham, at St. Augustine,
half well
nothing as days
?;give a performance in Titusville.' Susie Glad win, after spending the Christmas -Master Ewing Rice, who has been so u ofhis wild; and made a big record at shooting 18 located opposlto tho Ponce do Leon '
ducks Indian River.
-r JA' report we look holidays in town with their parents, with the 7th Army Corps in Jacksonvilleand Late. on : and Alcazar, In tho very heart of the e,
I says may
"for colder weather to-day'or tomorrow.If left for Rollins College, WIntes Park, on Savannah,,. Is in town, visiting his quently[ visited the Senator's winter Ancient City and surrounded by boautl-
J mother and sisters. ful date trees. It accommodate
palm
Monday. place are Senator Pen rOMe, Mr. Quay's AMONG THE HOTELS.
In need of furniture, do 00.[ The resident Is Mr. Wm. '
are manager
you -Commencing with this month's number There will be a meeting of Titusville own colleague from the state of Pennsylvania -
not forget to read the furniture ad. on I'. Kenney. Holly Inn, at Daytona, la
Board of Trade next Wednesday evening Senator!:: Elkins, of West Virginia hotels
list Of
8th There is quite a nice the Ilomeseeker will\ be changed to ',rVlIKHK to Stop. See Oil located on tho )picturesque Halifax river,
' pour';.Stock to select page. fromDon't a monthly publication, and the subscription when a full attendance of members ; Senator Gorman, of Maryland; our 7th 'and 8th pages. and In the center of beautiful Daytona.
price will be 2.>cts postage is earnestly requested. ox-Senator Hill, of New York, and many
per year I'lils house has been much has
the dog and show other distinguished senators and ex- The ADVOCATE Is now on file\ at all Improved,
forget pony Included.
-
Services in St. Gabriel's electric bells and 'new
Episcopal acetylene
York
Titusville It is said to senators .ho best hotels Now city. gaa.
Hi to-morrow.
--The houseboat Caiman church; Titusville on Sunday morningat Accommodation, 100. Hotel Hibiscus, at
palatial .
ii be one of the finest shows of its kind The Itoyal Victorian hotel, Nassau,,,
with Mr. Pierre Lorillard and party onboard 11 a.- m. and 7:30: p. m. ArchdeaconB. 'aim[ lloHch, Is located a short distance
J;that'has ever visited this state. Transportation Companies to Meet. under the management: of Mr. H. E. Bo-
will\ officiate. the Poinclana the
I went south Tuesday afternoon, F. Brown From Royal facing
the'season.
;\,. The East Coast Ilomeseeker, that after a visit of a couple of days to the -Mrs. E. W. Schuyler mother of mis, has opened for Beautiful Lake Worth among the cocoanut -

bright'; and newsy monthly journal, of laulover[ section.Mr. Cashier C. S. Schuyler, of-, the Indian The transportation companies have Manager/ Robt. Murray, of Hotel Ponce palms and tropical plants, and only
,:Which',the, Rev. E., V.' Blackman, of River State Bank after spending a few been requested by the Railroad Commission do Leon, has arrived In St. Augustine,, a short distance to tho ocean via the IIbltloua -
Miami, is editor, will hereafter be pub- C. L. Loveless, who has been on tn( town left,for her home at Mala- to appear at Tallahassee next Monday to; get his hotel In readiness for the opotv : trail. Accommodates 201)). Leon 1
here Saturday days ,
lished a trip north, passed through for the of considering contemplated H.[ Cllluy These hotels will j
an a paid monthly. purpose manager.-
bar the first of the week. She had been
last, en route to his home at Palm ,
changes In carrying rates. Ing.A be under tho general supervision of Mr.
-Mr.. T. Grotjan Ronald, of Lotus, Beach. Mr. Loveless is one of Dade. In Morrisville, N. J., for about eighteen largo force of help for Hotel Royal Geo. C. Howe who will divide his time
,
J stopped off here frony Sunday until Mon- county's pineapple growers. months, visiting some of her family. 'olnclana[ and the Inn, Palm Beach, Between the throe hotels.
[day on his home from Daytona, Reduction 01 Taxe." ased through Titusvillo( on Saturday
way -Annual of the Indian River ) .
-The Misses Aline and Daisy Brady passes
where he had been spending a few days Inland -- and Tuesday last Mr. J. A. McDonald, accompanied by
Co.
and Navigation
and Master Fred Scobie of this place, Biscayno Bay ,
with his and sister. Mr. F. R. Hemllngor, arrived on Monday
| parents The Titusville Town Council after
who have been spending the holidays whose steamers run from Titusville to Mrs. Wm. M. Teahen, a well-known from Miami In the steamer
Gaulden who the St. Lucie River; have been received at considerable economy and care of tbetown's resident of Titus- morning
Judge D. L. spent with their parents In Titusville\ left for and popular former Miami. A start of artisans also came
} Christmas holidays with relatives in Stetson University, DeLand, on Monday. the ADVOCATE office. Thoy are neatly finances, have decided to reduce villo, Is now propilotrosH of the Abbey by this vessel) for the of renovating
returned here Friday and and are printed on pink cards. the; taxes to eighteen mills this year. hotel St. purpose
t Qultman, Ga., gotten up Augustine.Mr.
and tho ilqtei Royal Victoria
his .-Miss Lillian\ Eacott, who has been Phis action on the part of our aldermenwill getting
;, i .left for DeLand, next town day, to join spending about a year with relatives in -Mr. J. W. Ballantine, of.Clty Point; no doubt, bo hailed with much I O. I). Soavey, a former popular In order for the reception of guests

-, ;;. i. family.. lie Is now in again. Dayton, 0., returned to Jacksonville\ on Capt. W. II. Sharpe, of Sharpes; Jno. pleasure by the taxpayers of Titusvillo. manager of Hotel Ponce do Loon, St. next month Work began in earnest .J !

Messrs.. J. E. Steppe, of Hartford, Saturday last. She was accompanied by U.[ Sams!:: of Courtenay; R. N. Andrews, Augustine, is now stopping at his Mag yesterday, and alterations mein progress

Conn., and F. ,C. Waldon, of Chicago, her aunt and cousin, Mrs. Jas. Wood of Cocoa; S. F. Gibbs, of Melbourne; J. DR. HOUGHTON, N. B.-Time is limit- nolla Springs hotel. which will etTcct nn Improvement In the f

" were in town on Wednesday and Thurs- and Miss Bessie E. Wood, of Dayton.We H. D. Smith, of Banyan; T. G. Ronald ed to twentieth of January.A Mr. J. A. Jefferson has resigned hit Facilities for the management of the
, day, in the interest of the Olive bicycle of Lotus;. Miss Catharine Sams, of hotel. As understood, tho place Is being
are pleased to note that County and others wore In town position as clerk at the Windsor hotel,,, supplied throughout with new furniture f I
company. Clerk A. A. Stewart, who has been ill Courtenay this week.; Fine Show. New York, and has gone to the Royal exactly of tho style and quality as that i
Senator Henry aillard, of St. Augustine during the past two or three weeks, is Victoria hotel, Nassau, with Manager with which all the hotels in the Florida

has visited town a couple of now slowly recovering his former -Mr. and Mrs. James McIntyre and Messrs Victor D. Levitt and Adolph II.-E. Bomls. East Coast system are furnished. Suites J

times this week, on business connected strength. Ills many friends will be gladto their charming niece Miss L. Hascom, Seeman's consolidated shows and con- One of the prettiest menu cards received of Mahogany, Walnut and Maple will be

with the steamboats, which are now see him around again. of Chicago, were passengers on' Wednes grass of equine and canine marvels, at the ADVOCATK office at Christmas placed In. the bedrooms, tho 'floors of

running between Titusville and St. Lucie -Mr. C. II. M'Cauley, Jr., of Rldg day's southbound train. They have which is en route to Cuba, will exhibit was the one sent us by Hotel Co which are laid with matting. ChAnge.are
River. He is in town to-day. Pa., who has been spending several been spending a few weeks at City inTltusvilleto-morrow (Saturday) at :2:30!: quina, Orrnond. It has been much admired In progress In the kitchen depart. ,
way
-:Mr. W. H.McFarland's sloop Awlxa, months pleasuring in North Carolina and Beautiful, and Informed an ADVOCATE and 8 o'clock p. m. This exhibition is by many callers at this office. mont, by which-greater accommodation

in command of Capt. R. M. Smith, leftport Georgia passed through Titusville, Mon- representative they were on their way I pronounced by the press and public gen will be obtained than heretofore At-
Miami and from there will\ to Mr. Chas. A. Merrltt, of St. Augustine,,,
Friday afternoon last, for a cruise en route to the Inn, Palm Beach, to they go erally, to be one of the finest ever tention Is also being given to the grounds,
; day, Nassau N. P. whore the pink before c'rltlcal has been appointed*manager of the F. E,
south among the Florida Keys. She where he will\ remain a couple months paper brought a public and the gardeners are now employed
t will\ follow them usual. C. R'y Buffet car service. Now the I
as both
Levitt
& Seeman
Messrs.
are with the view of making the surroundings -
fired a salute from her forward gun as or so. His father, mother and sister,
look out for nometlilnf
she started off on her trip. who were with him 'a short while in -We are in receipt of two very finely- thoroughly conversant with the show tourists may wellknowncaterer of the premises attractive. The
Merritt Is
Jacksonville, returned home on Sunday, gotten-up pictures from the Acme Brew- uslneHs; and, with their trained horses good, for Mr. a house known last an the Carthagena,
-Capt. John McLean, old-time res- but will probably came south later. ery Co., Macou, Ga., which now hang in ponies[ dogs, acrobats, nerlel artists andfunny from New York city, which is tho property of Mr. II. M. Flag.
; ident of New Smyrna, but now a resident our editorial rooms, where they are clown, our' people may look out Hotel managers should ert their ad, for, will bo used as an annex, and Included
\ of the lower Indian River, has been -Senator G. S. Hardee, one of Rock' much admired by the many callers on For something that is well worth seeing. In tho ADVOCATE without delay. Ware I the holidays as the guest of most prominent orange growers, effected "
spending ledge's being
the ADVOCATE.!: By-tho-way, the above now getting numerous letters from I torla. The repairs are
( I Captain and Mrs. F. W. Sams ot the was In town from Tuesday until Wednes- brewery is sending out a malt tonic for HUDEIl'S EMPLOYMENT AGENCY, the north, railing for Information aboul under tho direction of Mr J. A McDon-

t iformer place. day, nn the guest of Circuit Judge M. S. Invalids and others, which Is excellent. No. 14 Laura street, P. O. Box 3U2.: East Coast hotels. Wo help those vhf. aid, Mr. Flagler's builder) while other ''t

-The Deutos, Dr. F. H. Houghton's Jones. From here he went to LaGrangeon Our readers In Georgia and Florida Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male aidfemale help us-that Is our motto. arrangements are under tho supervision 't
j a visit to his friend, Mr. B. F. Ives, of of Mr F. It. Romllngor, representing Mr.
house-boat, will probably be off Nelson'sways should try it.Ir help furnished and sent to all hotel
to-morrow when she will bo tied Philadelphia, who Is spending the seasonat The New Rockledge Rockledge C. B. Khott, General Superintendent of
his winter residence and parts. whose ad. will bo found.on our ?th page
the wharf of the Indian River orange grove the hotel. In the system, who unfortu .
at
up doctor Informsus The Senator is an enthusiastic orange M. D. L. Dodson, DcntiMt, Is doing a remarkably good business lei nately was prevented from arriving here
hotel he,will Titusville.leave Tho for down river grower, tor )lie knows there Is money in Residence to Rent. tho tJme of year. Wrlto to Mr. H. PShares .,, through Illness Mr Hernia,' in whose

soon it when the groves are properly cared Office at residence just south of county Rockledge, Fla., for one of his! hands the management of the Royal Via ,

Vice-president J. II. Parrott and for. We acknowledge a pleasant call. jail, Titusvitle., Full sets of teeth (first- To rent, at Malabar, Brevard county, pretty illustrated folders, torla has been placed, Is busy supervising "

f, Supt. It. T, doff, of the F, E. C. Ry., -We now have a thoroughly practical C\.1I1I1)\ ) $20 and upwal'd'l gold lined rubber Florida, a new, two finished of Manager S. Proskey and a large staff 01 that which comes immediately within

\ t passed through hero, yesterday, en route watchmaker aud jeweler In town, and ; plates, ; luminum plates, six rooms; all well ; two Olinutel help are now busily engaged at Hole hU sphere. The hotel during the

1 to, Miami. }Ir. Porter, vice-president oi. he has rented a window in the store ol, $15; amalgam and any filling, except walk from railroad station; partly Indian River, Rookludge, getting It Ii next fortnight, will be the scene of great
the C. B. Rogers Co., Jacksonville; accompanied Mr. Fred S.:: Chaffee, Titusville. !Mr gold, M) cents and upward; gold furnished. Terms reasonable, and made readiness for the opening day Mr, activity in the hand of the skilled work-

them. Andrew Losley, of Geneva, Switzerland;, fillings, $1 and upward; extracting teeth known on application to Proskey Is a brother of Col. W. ti. 1'1'011.. men that are employed, and it may be .
is the new watchmaker He has been I with safest and best anesthetic, 50 cents; Ma- W. W. WIXE.V, key, who Is on the stall of Gov. relied on that the hotel, as soon na the

1 l t Barrels for Sale. connected with some of the biggest porcelain crowns, $::1 to $5; gold crowns, Malabar, Fla. Bloxham.Manager. Improvements are completed, will be
Empty Fish watch factories In Switzerland, and it I $.-). Bridge work, the finest kind, each first class In every particular. We might, I
in his line. We want tooth, $i to $7. Having worked In gold For Sale Cheap. .Henry W. Merrill, who hat mention that a small orchestra will forms
Address, WALTER A. MOOUE, quite an expert him a trial. Ills ad. will bE I for 25 years it i is but reasonable to suppose been at the Crawford House, Whlti part of the staff during the suison., I
8 George St., Charleston, S. C. you to give 8.Farm. we understand that kind of work. Cruising sloop "Why Not," length 25 Mountains, N. II, all tho summer, pass Nassau Guardian, Dec, ::41. ..\ _I',
found on page We use only the best material. t.f.For foot, 13 beam; draft 18 inches Roomy ed through Titusville, Monday, en routs .,..,.

4".. f Macon Dining Rooms. Wanted, Titusville in charge of Capt; Neilson, winter will again greet him an manager Go and See Thl! Place if You
Sale or' Charter. to whom apply for particulars.Titusvillo of the Royal Palm hotel. On Tuesday
When visiting Macon, Ga., do not fall about JOO/ of his hotel helps passedthrough Want u Itarguln. 1

to call at Isaac's popular dining rooms, Also board. State terms." The yawl Irene; 45: feet long, with here.Among .
where you can obtain all the delicaciesof Address, "T, large, high cabin Will accommodate Laundry. Two thousand dollars buys the Hector
reasonable 357; Schermerhorn Street, the splendid display of tropical l- Island beautiful place ou
prices. property-a
the at address t
season very Brooklyn, N, Y. six persons. For particulars T. A. SNIDEU Mrs Geo. Cock, of Titusville\ Is now frulu and flowers In the lobby of the Indian River, at Melbourne, ,Fla., .

hobo Sound, Fla. prepared to do laundry work of every the Indian River hotel, Titusville, Is a consisting of a hotel and dwelling house,

t Fine Residence and PineapplePlantation Went AdriftAt description. All work guarantee! bunch fully-developed bananas, steamboat wharf,-small tangerine orange
j Leave your washing at 0. F, Duren's numbering over 100, which, when pro- grove and fine grape-fruit, all now in full I
/
For Sale. sea, between City Beautiful and Choice Store Property for Sale corner tore, opposite ADVOCATE office seated to Manager J, (I. Bast, by lady bearing also tine bananas and other

Mosquito Inlet, one row boat, 13-ft. long, of Tltusvllle, the day before' Christmas, fruit I line} lawn tennis court and tine
A most beautifully-located villa and white lead-colored seats. Any informa- was nothing more than an Immense blossom artesian well, and the whole place piped. ,
With five acres good land, two In "Sam Perkins IH Dyeing.
plantation overlooking from a high will be well paid for. Address The slip contained In the long '
tion pineapples good building with tenementover This place was held by the former owner, j
I Muff-the picturesque Indian River; in GEO. II. WILKINSOK, store;; general merchandise stock, Gentlemen' clothing Cleaned, pressed stem of the flower, having continuedfurnishing C. J, Hector, at $10,000, but the present;
section largeroomy nourishment sufficient to de-
the centre of the pineapple ; Rockledge, Fla. will sell for This Is :
$2,000.: one
I Modern delivery wagon, row and sail boat; and repaired. Dyeing In all its branches.Old This transformation owner
I and out-houses. > velop the fruit.
buildings steamboat landing with warehouse clothing made to look equal to new of the finest places on Indian Itiv/r.
after cut from
conveniences inside toilet arrangements from flower to fruit being
baths ; boat-house and For Sale, New ,Furniture, well established and only store in gooc All orders by mall or express promptly the tree, has caused much astonishment Make offer to 1
sewerage; and, low Work JAW!: PALMER, owner,
Price
and 15 community; store, postofflce outfit attended to. good.
flowers to the hotel guesta.Mr. .
lawns shrubbery
pier; Patcbogue L. I. "
For At second-band prices, in any quanti complete; price low; title perfect. Address Satisfaction guaranteed. ,
acres In beet quality pineapples. ties. WM. R. CAMPBKLL, the owner, SAM PKBKIHB, Cleaner and l yer, Harry I'. Driver formerly the Or hit care taker on the place, <\iCU

then particulars of "Bellevue," A. J. OLDS, P. M., TUuivllle Fla. popular and well-known chief room RLI:8!: A, KLLEHUUOCK!: .

I ,V. G. WlHAJTB Eden, Fla. Melbourne, Fla. Wareland, Brevard Co., Fla. I 10 yean In Saoford, flat clerk at Hotel Placlde, Jacksonville now i Melbourne, Via ,.











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RIVER AD.VOCATE. JANUARY 6, 1899.

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INDIAN STEAMBOAT OEORO JTARX. ton>1f, MARX:-
These trees were from six: to ten Inches Thousand Tongue* RIVER

Strong, steady nerves In diameter, and had been treated in this Could not express the rapture of AnnieE. I SERVICE. 1s1rn: c

way tot years. Springer, of 1125: Howard St., Philadelphia .,

Are needed for success So much for the adaptability to different Pa., when she found that Dr. J., T. &. K. W. R'Y., ) Wholesale Dealers In

a Everywhere. Nerves circumstances of the orange tree. ]I r Xing'; New' Discovery for Consumptionhad JOSEPH H. DUHKEE, Receiver. >
cured her of hackingcough
completely a Passenger Department. ) GROCERIES FRUIT AND PRODUCE.
i am convinced that timely fertilization n i that for many years had made lifea -
Depend simply, solely, JACKSONVILLE, FLA., Dec. 30, 98. -
and proper root pruning, and, perhaps,1Imode burden. All other remedies and doc- t

Upon the blood. of cultivation different from what tois could give her no help, but she says STEAMERS SEBASTIAN AND $T. AUGUS 131 and: 133 East nay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street
of this Cure-"It removed
Royal soon
Pure, rich, nourishing: It has been, will help to change somewhat the pain in my chest and I can now sleep TINE. TA.ols.soia.-X7-ll.10y: : Ir'loridA
the character of the tree and makeIt I soundly, something I can scarcelv remember We are advised by the Indian River & .

Blood feeds the nerves totally exempt from injury by cold. doing before. I feel like sound, Bay Biscayne Inland Navigation Co. that ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CITY
"
And nukes them strong. The seedling tree, In the more northern Ing its praises throughout the Unl verse. commencing/ Monday, Jan. 2, 1800:!!)!), one .
So will who tries Dr. King'sNew
counties of the state, is the better every one of the above steamers is appointed to -
j The great nerve tonic ;is Discovery for any trouble of the We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow
one to stand the cold, and preferable to I throat, chest or lun s. Price ROc. and leave Titusville for St. Lucie River and guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and 1 Feed. We peai..

Hood's Sarsaparilla, the budded tree, for Reasons which at, $1.00. Trial bottles free at F. S. Chaffee's Intermediate landings Mondays, Tuesdays your Oranges and Vegetables. Give us a trial and you will be pleased. want
forbids to explain. drug store; every bottle guaranteed. and Thursdays at
i Because it makes present space Wednesdays MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville, Fla.
G. A. BLANC, 4:00: m., arising at St. Lucie River .
to
The active principle of the gastric p. rar- We only Sell Dealers.CHAS.
The blood rich and
M. Societe Pomologlque Fruncalse. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays and
juice is Impaired and rendered Inert by '
Pure it Stetson, Fla. Fridays at 12:00: noon. -
giving
power tannin and pure alcohol') ; hence theyshould '
i To feed the nerves. PROTECT YOUR oAnOE 8. never be given until after the Returning, will leave St. Lucie Riveron $ L'V'CO. ,

I DELANn, FLA., Dec. :HO, 1808. close of digestion. Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays/ DEALERS IN -
Hood's SarsaparillaCures Editor Advocate tIt and Fridays at 12:30::: p. m., arriving at

Titusville Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays FJ.n.eVV1.n.es: CMZLCL: Jlilca.-u.ors:
nervousness, Is well worth while to plan for some That Throbbing Headache. ,

kind of protection for your garden, because Would leave if 'you used and Saturdays at 12:00: noon, con 417 & 410 \V. Bay St.,
Dyspepsia rheumatism quickly you, under
necting with J., T. & K. W. trains,
there are some of the vegetablesthat Dr. King's New Life Pills. Thousandsof JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA.
Catarrh scrofula schedule taking effect Jan. 1,1809.()
j at some of their stages will not sufferers have proved their matchless new
merit sick and headaches. G. D. ACKEBLY, ; V .
And all forms of moderate for nervous ,
stand
a heavy frost or a fieeze.
They make pure blood and strong nerves Oen'l Pass. Agt. t : q; During: the Coming Year,
Impure blood.. Most seeds when first coming up wouldbe and build up your health. Easy to take. 18f){),
ruined under such conditions; then Try them. Only 25 i cents. Money backif How's This .

there are such things as cauliflower and not cured. Sold by' F., S. Chaffeedruggist. Will be enjoyed when Beauty

tomatoes, which, when in bloom,-,would We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardto r' passes the cheering bumper of

jIITION F be ruined. It is quite easy to raise alight any case of (catarrh that cannot be e good old Wines, Whiskies and
Acids, as a rule, should be given between cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure. k.
frame to two feet above Brandies Rum
say one or warming punch,
0I meals. Acids given before meals F. J. CHENEY & Co., Piops. Toledo, O.
the particular plant you wish to protect. We the uudersighed, have known F. J. when made from our velvety, pure
I This can be done with lath or barrel- check the excessive secretion of the Cheney for the last 15 years, and believe and high grade Lewis 18GG Whis
acids of the gastric juice. him .honorable in all business
staves, if you have them handy. Over perfectly key.
his frame spread a covering of broom- transactions, and financially able to carry "Fill the bumper fair
Mobbed the Grave.A out any obligations made by their firm. '. Every drop we sprinkle
3 sedge or long swamp grass, or even pine West& Truax, Wholesale druggists, t O'er the brow of care
"
I straw, but the long,stuff will be found startling incident, of which Mr. ;Toledo, O. i i ',.,e+a! Smooths away a wrinkle.

the more easily put on and taken off. John Oliver of Philadelphia, was the Walding, Kinnan & Marvin, Wholesale
subject, is narrated by him as follows: druggists, Toledo, O.
Not only the top can be protected in
"I in dreadful '
was a most condition. Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally -
this way, but the sides, by leaning the My skin was almost yellow, eyes sunken, acting directly upon the blood and II t' UTIPS."

long grass against the sides, if, a very tongue coated, pain continually In back mucous surfaces of the system. Price, Q
cold snap Is feared. and sides, no appetite-gradually growing 75c per bottle. Sold by all druggists: The word tip means different things

Some, who do not consider the effectof weaker had day by day. Three physicians Testimonials free [ t In different places. In a barber chair or
given me up. Fortunately, a
IE Mar. sucli protection, or the philosophy of friend advisedtiying 'Electilc Bitters;' fr t. l restaurant It is "a gratuity" given for
low and to the Whenever the eyes ache or are easily f a+ extra service. Another kind of
temperatures, are somewhat carelessIn my great joy'and surprise, them little j good a
fatigued, use as as possible, "
this work. Such persons simply raise first bottle made a decided improvement.I and look up frequently to rest them. ''r tip is a "straight tip." That's a bit of
continued
their use for three weeks
i
rrr .wrl *wNOIANApvO + a hollow cone around the tree or the and am now a well man. I know they friendly advice,and that's what we area

T prouts, leaving a hollow space among saved my life, and robbed the grave of A Frightful Blunder. ? giving you when we tell you to try our

I' the sprouts. Now, the low temperature another victim." No one should fall tory Will often cause a horrible burn, scald, t' beer; If you are in the business, sell it;

will most assuredly find such a hollow them. Only 50 cts., guaranteed, at cut or bruise. Bucklen's Arnica Salve, if you are not, drink it. It is made from
F. S. Cliaffea's drug store. the best in the world, will kill the pain
and freeze the stock and i the materials and
tender buds.I purest we guaranteeit
and promptly heal it. Cures old sores, L n
iTO should fill in among the sprouts with Do not use'a flickering light for readIng fever soles, ulcers, boils\ felons, corns, : J:7: to be perfectly pure.
-
PROTECT"YOUR ORANGE earth, and raise the cone to a point, or all skin eruptions. Best pile cure on
nearly so, because of the reason Indicated or sewing Use a lamp with a large earth. Only 25; cts. a box. Cure, guar- Lta 1M 1s.7. .
GROVES AND GARDENS., burner, and use good oil. anteed. Sold by F. S. Chaffee druggist.
: and for the further reason that Address,
t
Editor Indian River Advocate when the cone Is raised to a point the G. MULLER & CO.,

rains will not penetrate the bank and ._ _'- _'.001.. ...._
Efforts are made now almost nil over oIaCK50nVllle, ria.
'
run down among the sprouts but will
this state'to protect orange groves from I Agts for Acme Brewing Co.,
A HAPPY HOME AT
being Injured by free-zing. Perhaps a I soon fill in 'around the sprouts, and be t Acme Brewing Co.;, Macon, Ga.

water-tight, preventing rot, etc. No CHRISTMAS,
few words here might help to facilitate I
danger will cccur from such close bank-
the very important question of protecting 't Or at any other season of the year, is a
our orange trees dining winter and ing. In a practice of some years it bas ai! L boon to every one, and we are selling lumber -
been found correct at such prices as will enable the man of THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY Company.
suggest a different way of meeting: Jack
W. II. IlARKELL. moderate means to hang up his stocking
Frost than by the present mode of firing t I under hid own chimney by next year.

by wood or otherwise our groves to pro Builders and contractors will find our prices
TilE SOLDIER BOYS who had '
duco the necessary warmth. The orange, Sarsaparilla are said to takcn1100(1'S have i for Lumber and Shingles very low, and of Wood, Coal, Coke, Brick, Lime, Cement,
; the best Inducements that beyond
quality, are, -
tree Is undoubtedly capable of adapting btnod the long marches much better .

Itself to many circumstances, more so, gives than their strength companions and endurance.This medicine / ; competition.BUILDERS' SUPPLY CO., ,, Vitrified ,Paving and Sidewalk Brick

perhaps, than many other fruit trees, q
I-, y f ;+ St. Augustine, Fla.
and to arrive at correct conclusions one HOOD'S PILLS cine all liver ills. Mailed -

should closely study Its nature and the for 25 cents by C. I. Hood & Co., 408,West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 2C2.

oil and climate where It Is deshod to Lowell, Mass.

grow It. J. K. MUNNERLYN, General Manager.
I ..:Dr. F. W. Craven, of Santa Rita, N. KSTAni.ISHED 1880. .
Of late the lower
temperatures
years s M. :
wilting last week says: "Con .
In winter seasons has been so that by tinue sending the ADVOCATE, for which

many people the growing of oranges, especially express order is enclosed. My friends Bond Lumber Co. Magnolia Croc
In the more northern counties of have found just what they were Inquir yl....
ing for, and give the ADVOCATE credit
the state, has been neglected, nbt to say for same." Manufacturers of and Dealers in Wholesale and Retail Dealer in

abandoned on account of frost. In
reality -

reaches the a temperature point low- enough in this state to damagethe never Iodine an empty or the stomach.Iodides should If given be dining givenon ,LUMBER, LATH, SHINGLES, FLOORING, SIDING, CEILING STAPLE AND FANCY, GROCERIES. r___


tree, if the sap was kept down, orla digestion, the acids and starch alter and Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also Veneered and Sawed Orange Butterine, 14cts. per pound.

other words, If the tree was dormant. weaken their action. and Vegetable Crates. We solicit correspondence. Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.

.1 t. The sap being in circulation in time of Malt extracts, cod liver oil, the phosphates Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. R'y. Yards at 102 Main and 33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
; frosts does the damage. ''It seems tome DeLand and Titusville.MANUFACTURER .
etc, should be given with or directly Telephone No. 255.
that'tbl8' fruit tree has had
1 I very poor after food.
'I chance hero in Florida, regarding its -
,_ ..,_ !_ T-T A utrnnrT'Qi
uuvuiai jcijuiiuiiieui.ii. it is nei itm ?Via 1. L as. .L t V ,...IJt ...I..JoJ.....
I its very Infancy with all kinds of strong ThMapr nIH' OF MANIER & LANE' MUSIC CO
a man with his
fertilizers and is and
pampered forcedto whole soul immersed in
and Yellow Pine Lumber.
Its utmost capacity on all kinds of soil business and money fret. ...Cypress ..

I until it is what wo have and see hero to- whose ting i.i spring like the door miser shut ROUGH AND DRESSED. Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates,

day-a plant too soft to withstand even to and locked him in for Any one contemplating shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
the little frosts we experience hero. All ever. Men any part of Florida, would do well to wtite for prices. The saw mills are located I Malcolm Love Fischer Manier & Lane
fruit trees Including the work and slave at Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka, on the J., T. K. W.'Ry. Lumber delivered to any ,
demand
orange, and and of the East Coast Address
; worry part : II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
4 and should have a time of rest, roots and ret sick and

branches alike; in! that state of rest only broken forgetting down all, PIANOS

will the orange tree stand the cold win the time that WHEN IN NEED _
OF
: ters. Root crowning and fertilizing not agr health is worth
.
too late in the season, to get the tree Sold, andcheerful that more a hapPY than, WATERLOO KIMBALL ORGANS.
.
.. .
dormant by the time cold weather is ll home is rather

likely to occur, is the only solution of to be chosrichei, un-- til en than they great hear Lumber Hardware and Paints Lowest Prices

wintering these plants successfully and the trap. door of disease ; Easy Terms.
spring to and shut them off from all the ,
alive the
keep Interest which was takenin bright hope they labored for.

orange culture previous to 1801. It A sick man cannot be happy; he cannot orWrite for Catalogues.MANIER.
,,11111.18) save labor and expenses, and Is accomplish the work he has to do in this Or anything in the line of Building Material -
world; he lose the very money he I I. striv & LANE MUSIC COMPANY
by far safer and more healthful to the ing (or ; his ambition defeats.itself. Any ,

trees than burning wood, etc., or build- man who discover that his strength ana or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or 24 Forsyth Street, Jacksonville, Fla.
energy are giving way has an unfailing
Ing sheds. An orange tree treated In
means of regaining his physical health and -
this manner, I am convinced, will stand stamina in the simple yet all-potent restorative Plumbing do not fail to write .
much power of that .wonderful Golden .. EASY RIDING Z
more cold weather than we ever Medical Discovery originated by Dr. R. V. __ .
have In Florida. Pierce, of Buffalo. '.
N. the world.famous
i specialist in disease All the time and speed when,
of the you
I have noticed nutritive or EDWARD
trees and
orange other STXLIETG '
ganism. > ; ( want it Is a great feature of
specimens of that class as far north ,
as Among the thousands
who have
the Riviera, In northern Italy, where'the by' mail the cane of Mr. Newton consulted B. Blake him, of The !tea :
following Tlppah Co., Miu, as shown In the "TIlE BRICK STORE," ting Bicycle.
temperature is pretty low sometimes and letter Indicates the remarkable efficacy ..
j the ground covered with snow yet these of his treatment t "In December 1895 OOOOA, Xn.d.1.nn.: : n.jvor Here
began to full I tried many different kinds of FLA. are some Keating points for your,consideration ,
1 ; trees sprout out Into new life In the meJIcinti.and the more! I took the WORe the din r
ease ('!w finally in April when '
'1 spring, wtthout showing any sign of severe with the fsrra work my health got so I bad was that busy I SAW AND 1'LANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE: The Frame makes it

; i frost at all. Those leafless trees could became not short hold and out to I war work weak one and hour.nervous My breath, and I'Hlatki>. 1"1." .. E. Buy St., Foot" TAltD of Catherine. ;, STRONG.

'J' I were perfectly dormant. I have also oftentimes would spit blood. I was unable to The Construction makes It
work. I tried one of the doctors in the
r 'koen orange trees, planted In large;: tubs, but failed to obtain relief. I seemed to vicinity grow WILSON CYPRESS COMPANY DURABLE.The .
. worse. My father received a book from
t TUI far north St. Dr. !
as Petersburg, in Rus- Pierce in which I read of
a cane similar to mine, Bearings give
| l" I tslaj those trees, during the long winterf and decided to write to Dr. Pierce. He recom itSPEED.
** mended me to take his 'Golden Medical D i<"Ov- Manufacturers of .
| rooatlis In this high northern latitude, ery.: After taking six bottle of this remedy I
I can recommend it as oue of thebest The Double Roller Chain
r I were stowed away in a greenhouse, with to build up the .y teill. I aui now medicines enjoying Cypress Lumber and
Shingles Lath. FLY.
i' but scant warmth to keep them alive, good health. # hill MAKES IT
Up down bill
on the
Torpid liver and tour, road track
! I and in the spring months budded out constipation are curtly or

! j I beautifully again, and during summer and Pellets.speedily They cured never by gripe.Pr Pierce's They regulate Pleasant, lath A large/ stock' of Dry Cypress flooring, ceiling, Biding, mouldings, shingles, It has No Equal. 8<-
and Send;
graced the lawns of the lordly parks as tone up and invigorate the liver stomach pickets always on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress for Catalogue. ,

;'f t green and full of blossoms as over cenary and bowels.dealer No 1* a substitute* good. urged by mer rnouldlngsx/ all patterns a specialty. KEATING: WHEEL COMPANY

\ When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. -

t Middletown, Conn.U1DlAN .

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE.: JANUARY 6, 1899 '3

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Professional Cards. CHRISTMAS ALONG THE KEEP ON ADVERTISING. FOR '
$3.20.
EAST COAST. -- ,
ana* *. ROBBIOT. WALTzaB.ORAi3Ar.. Boils When trade U flush and with a rush,
A GRAHAM reports Large order to you come| Sent to us by Express, postofflce order or New York Exchange, we will
BOBBINS The followIng arrived at the You'll find It wise to advertise end you by Express CHANGES PKEPAII
lr And keep thing on the "hum." ,
ADVOCATE office too late for publication .
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAN, When trade U poor don't clone the door} FOUR FULL QUARTSOf
in our last Issue: The rule In null the: MUle
TICK: HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old Running Sores CITY POIST. 1'ou'lll\n,1 It wine to advertise t.hJ
Celebrated Seven-Year-Old
and 2 to 4 p. m. And thereby win fresh, fame. ".
Owing to the Inclement weather Sat Indeed "tin true whatf'f'r you do,
Brevard
TmTSTTLtB Co. Florida. .
urday night the Christmas tree was Thin I III the safest plan t Calhoun Pure
o.Dox,108. ,
Itching, Scralchz'lIgEczema 1'ou'lIl\nd\ It wise to advertise, Rye WhiskeyWe
(Till practice In all the courts- Ute and fed postponed till Monday night Many recitations For then you lend the".n.

L I.pecfal facilities for examining and perfect- and songs were rendered before shin (In PLAIN PACKAGES, no mark to Indicate contents (which will ATOM' all com-
C land titles. the presents were distributed, and everything Tibbals.Too mcnt.1 When you Kit It and test<< It If It In not satisfactory, return It at Hill EXPENSE- : and
your '3,20 will lie cheerfully refunded., This Whiskey Is as ennil as any $"00 gowwls|. in the market.
t passed off very pleasantly, much We are close at hand and ran give yon QUICKER DKUVKRY than illstant hoiuten. We have
L. ,GAULDEN to the the little been ilolnir business In this cite an.1 at the name stand. for over 13 YEARS- and as to our RICA1TN8IHIL1TY -
D. delight of ones. [ lato for publication last week.] AND: KKl'UTATlON! for honest dealing, we refer you to any merchant here or t*
the editor of this paper<< I
ORMOND BKACH.
t ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, Mr.and Mrs. J. T Waters spent Christtnas SOLOMON A LKVI: ,

Will practice in all the Courts of the State Blood PoisonItalrSore1'hroat The regular Coquina Christmas tree day with Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris. 1028 A. 11KIO:( First Avenue,

|Florida,and_the United States Courts. was a great surprise and pleasure to the Christmas P. O. Box No. 33.
Col. W O. Wtnans left on ______ BIRMINGHAM, ALA.
P.O. Box,235.; TITtJSV ILLS, FLA. guests of the hotel. The usual decora-
symptoms! Falling morning for Titusvlllo where! ho spent NOTICKl-WepayKxpressCharReatoall points reached by "SOUTHKUX! F.XI'nIoI'OY.-:! ,.
Money to Loan. -
I
tions of bamboo and mistletoe
18 101011"0 UI"nefa,Krni" palm holly
j
? PANS; hut to lines of
, tinna. .I'uetuieI and hirers of the !*!kln, several days. (mints on other Express roinpanlps, we prepay only to points whore
I 8tlfn... of the Joints, Rheumatism made the office and dining-room very Southern Express' Company transfers to said other Express Company. "
tj Bone .Talus, etc.Ulcers. Mrs. E. Webster left hero Tuesday
Christmas-like and Mrs. Vance the on ,
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M'GOLDSMITH. received morning's train for St. Augustine, where
proprietress
Scrofula many complimentsfor

.j ATTORNEY-AT-LAW the manner In which she so ,success- she went to consult Dr. Worley. You can Save Money '

.* Sore fully carried out everything on the Miss Posey Taylor, Eden's school .
Running
:3tusville, Florida. EyesAre above occasion. teacher, presented each of her scholars .. .. --. --_.. .. -. --.. ,,J

i eeredby The regular Coquina Xmas pie was a with a very handsomo Christmas present. -

lj BOTANIC" BLOOD BALM C8.( B. B. great surprise and pleasure to the guests Fred Saeger, who has been attending 33y SortcaLloctg: : : to; -

j F. ,J. WEBB, The Great Blood Remedy. of the hotel. The usual decorations of college at Lake City, Is spending Christ

i ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Th bamboo, palmetto, holly and mistletoe, mas week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ca: ::.. ..S_ :ILl.: : ) :Pi V O vOS r:!:'.
above named
diseases all due diseased 7
are to made the office and jdiningroom very Geo. Saegor.
| germlll\oating around in the blood. These
Will in the
practice Courts of the 7th perms make their appearance on the body at the Xmas like. Capt. and Mrs. J. II. Andrews, Miss
Circuit. Taxes paid for non-residents point of least resistance. Lotions and salves LOTUS, FLO.XDA, .
fad rents and accounts collected. may help temporarily, but to effect a cure the LEMON CITY. Susie Summers and James Andrews and
poison must be cot/ out of the brood! ,and that Is
Btusville, Florida. why It. 11. K.-liotanlo Blood Halm-cures. That the people of Lemon City and wife were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. FOR QUOTATIONS ON .
i It. 11. B.literally drives tho poison which pro- Goo. E. Andrews on Christmas: day.
duces blood diseases) out of the blood, bones vicinity take a warm interest in church
and body, leaving the flesh as pnre as a new work was evidenced on Chiistmas Eve Geo. E. Andrews has given our expertpainter
O. FRIES, C. E. born balrc's,and leaves no bad after effects. It Seeds Fertilizers & Crate Material.Dealer
Is this Hind of a cure that counts. It cures to by the large attendance at the Methodist Will Lucas, the contract to .

COUNTY SURVEYOR. stay cured. church, where a Christmas tree had been paint his dwelling at Grace Lawn: Pinery, ...... .. ,
Scrofulous
Poison of the Blood.
prepared for the children. A count at which will add much to the appearance
and legally surveyed and sub-divided. Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. B.) cures all Serer in Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and' Notions.
fulous and other poisonous conditions of the the door as they filed out after the exer- af the property.The .
blood, in either sex or at of life, I
pping neatly done. any age no mat.
Estimates for ter of how long standing/ how previously mistreated cises were over, showed an attendanceof Ladles' Afternoon Tea Party mot I JUT" If you need a Stovo'write for prices.

kinds of, engineering works. Dis- how obstinate, how neglected. or how two hundred and sixty-five people. at the residence of Mrs. Goo.
acquired. Saeger on -- -- ---------------

|ted lines a specialty. Sores, Roils, Tumors. The ladies of the various committees, last Wednesdoa. The ladies report n GROWING LEGUMES FOR NI- Cholco .

Botanic Blood Balm ((11.11. B.)cures all Sores, Miss Pierce, Mrs. Baying ton, Mrs. Zum- very pleasant time, which they alwaysdo v
USVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Ulcerations,Eruptions, Holts, Tumors and TROGEN. WlnosLiquors 4
other ,
external evidences of blood taint. walt, Mrs. Stephens, Miss Russell, Mrs. when they visit the genial Mis. Saeger. e3 v e

Smith, Miss Cromartie, Mrs.IliggsandMrs. and Cigars.
If Your
Blood Has a Taint of
Kdttor r
Indian River Advocate,
FORGE W. ALLEN, Specific Poisoning Wainwright, spared no effort, and Waveland.Cool l ll1i1UJ L1 : Guaranteed Pure

You should lose no time In' having It out. Our the tree was loaded with pretty and use- Nitrogen Is the most expensive as wellas Sold at reduced ,.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonderful Botanic Wood Balm (B. B.B.)will do ful gifts, and every tot was made happy most easily lost of the three chief fertilizer priced
this for you speedily, thoroughly and finally. weather again but not cold
| West ,. So long as the virus remains, it will keep bur for one time, at least. The exercises, materials. It Is worth In dry and Imported
y ,
Florida. rowing into tissue, nerve and muscle, even into enough for frost this year, unless It
consisting of recitations and the fino fish cents pound In Tokny Wine,
ill the bones, and you never know when or how songs by ground, 17i a ;
I State practice iu the United States violently it will break forth. You may not think Sunday school, were well rendered and I' comes quickly. cotton-seed meal 10}; in fine-ground bono from Italy. .
Courts.
Ojun93 much of a sore on the fare, a pimply skin or an
I ulcerating throat, but either one of them may be reflected credit alike on teachers and Wonder who Is our fish warden? He l.V: The best form of Phosphoric Acidis

the outcrop. of far more dangerous Internal conditions pupils. never seems to have appeared at this worth only OJ cents; Potash 6. John B. Togni '.,

VR. F. II. IIOUGIJTON, Should any one be afflicted with any stage of TitiBAi.s. inlet. It might have a wholesome effect A fact of Immeasurable Importance to Metropolitan/ Saloon, 123: East Day St., ,
Blood Poison, Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings,
Rheumatism, old Client and Sores Tumors, Professor C. O. Jannoch Invited his pu- If he appeared tube having an eye out the Florida, soil tiller is, that he can JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA. ,
Skin Diseases, Kidney Troubles, EI'zclJlICa for the Interests of the /llnliermon, who ..
DENTIST. tarrh, Mercurial 1'oison Tetter, ScaUlhead, pils, who are taking lessons ,in German, raise his own Nitrogen in crops of cowpeas wholesale and IteUll......
broken down constitutions or any other disease earn their living from our waters. desmodlum and crimson clovt r. .
't Christmas with him ,
to spend evening -- -
,
caused "
by impure blood B. B.B.-Botanic Blood
tons, 1- Florida. Balm-will cure you after every other known which they did, and much to their surprise We are promised five steamers a week At the Rhode Island) Experiment Stationa Tho Largest and Most Coitn-
remedX! has failed. Can be taken with perfect '
safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad ,on entering their cozy sitting room soon; an easy way for our gardeners to crop of cow-peas, was grown on an plate Establishment South.

\ ALP1I'E. SMITH, M. D. after manent effects.Blood B.l'uriferonearth.B. B,Is the only One quick bottle and per will was a handsome Christmas tree, laden send oil their vegetables, and one they acre, which weighed green, lit tons.

L test It In any case. Druggists sell B B. B.at ft with hundreds of beautiful decorating will appreciate. The boats should get a This contained 157J pounds of Nitrogen GEO. S. HACKER & SON I
M
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. per ship large to any bottle point, or, all send charges direct prepaid to us and six we large will ornaments, which the professor broughtfrom great amount of hauling from the gardeners which, at 16 cents. a pound, gave the .fl\

bottles on receipt of $5. Remember,'I3. B. B. their farms of the value of $2.'M!: : for ,
cialist the old and when the tree soon, as are looking product acre a : 1 !
in Genital l, Urinary an Rectal does not contain mineral or vegetable poison. couutry, I
Book FREE.BLOOD! it beautiful very promising. The crops this ,j'oar manurial purposes alone.If I <.
Diseases. was lighted up was simply are mostly string beans In this locality I 'i
and under the tree was a present for be raised in plowed under in Its full succulence, ': 1 :;
BALM as two can one season. \
CO Atlanta Ga. crops :
Located at Placide Hotel \1\\
each of his scholars. The writer failedto this would l sour and Injure 'the land. I

SONVILLE, -- FLORIDA. Hut It could bo loft until nearly ripe and
learn what, all of them were, but I .
Ormond Beach.The _
a : 1
remember Miss Susie Summera was presented nearly dry before being plowed under, :

R. C. II. PEETE, NEWSPAPER LAWS. with a handsome stick-pin, madeof and it would still be worth at least $i..OO( {

shells in Germany; Frank Waters, a popular Lieut. Chas. M Illlliard, an acre, and would not injure the land ;.j \
YE, EAR NOSE THROAT of the Palatka Volunteers, is among tlo ':.: I I'I'
.and it.
Press and Printer, one of Boston's very fine rifle; lleginal Waters, a very arrivals of Hotel Coquina by souring '
publications handsome mandolin. After all tho Such a voluminous growth as this .......... ",1 i
says: .
5G8 Street
Cherry Xmas Eve at 0 o'clock the dlnln room I
The have decided the following distributed all Invited could not bo plowed under without cut-
courts that presents were were of Hotel Caqulna was set in banquet I
Macon, Ga. is the laws as applies to newt- to the dining room where the table style, decorated with ferns and flowers, ting a furrow so deep as to lacerate the

papers: was handsomely spread with many good and the many guests of the popular roots of fruit trees a few years old. But MANUFACTURERS OF I

rjtf. McL. DANCY, D. D. J.. 1. Subscribers who do not give.express things./ All had a god time, and feel house wore served ,to a sumptuous l'e- no such growth would bo produced in Doors Sash Blinds ,f I

very grateful to the professor and wife. Florida; the which would Inmost ,
notice to the contrary are considered past.Miss crop grow
|raduate of Philadelphia College of as wishing to renew their subsciip- WAVKLAND. S. J. Armstrong, one of the en- places here, If rolled or dragged Moulding & Building Material H I

eon, class 1872. Perfect operations The Christmas tree was generously thusiastic patrons of the Coquina, from down, could be "chained under" with a ,
tions. and the children made I Cincinnati, Ohio, and her friend, Miss
aised.I happyas
patronized sharp, clean cut plow opening a furrow Oillco A; Warerooms, King, opposite ti
2. If subscribers order the discontin- they should be. Old Santa Claus A. Mackenzie of Toronto, Canada, are
I Laura St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA.irginia the late arrivals of Hotel Coqul three Inches deep. True tho Nitrogen Cannon Struct.Charleston Ii;
uance of their periodical, the publisher wore that same old beaming smile that among
may continue to send them until all he used to wear when we remember him na, and are enjoying the sunshine and desirable from this source would bo S. C. ;f
beautiful walks thc old
back In the forties, as the great giver. along numerous available at an Inopportune time of the '"
arrearages are paid. Indian trails from the hotel.
Homes About ninety were present, and through leading year; it ought, for tho best results, to bo Sash WeJghts Cord and r.
3. If subscribers neglect or refuse to the kindness of Mr. Totissalnt, were
take their periodicals from the postoffice treated to a gramaphone entertainmentafter Do not work in a poor light, and avoida had very early In the summer If riot In ,

to which 'they are directed, they are re- the refreshments were served. Tho glaring light!; as it may be as bad as the spring. But hero might come In Hardware ; !
singing and speaking was excellent. too little light. ;
sponsible until they have settled"their the crimson clover! as..ap Alternate, "-'

[on learn all about Virginia Lands, bills and ordered them discontinued. yielding a crop rich In Nltiogen-as early Window and Fancy Glass :'1'

AI i resources, products, mode of cul- us needed- In March or.April. The '
4. If subscribers move to other places, say A SPECIALTY. ,j

Vvation, pilces'etc.' by reading theirglnfa without Informing the publisher, and The Ills of. Children. result.of winter's growth. The cow- jI

Fanner. Send lOcts. and clover seed would, cost about
the papers are sent to the former ad- pea
r 3 months;;subseription to the : () and the labor about 15.00\: 60 YEARS'
and told $3.00 acre
dress, they.are responsible. Dr. Hartman offer his "parent its. on //Ili/rea/lllm/ : per EXPERIENCE "
rmer Co., Emporia, Va. more (though this would bo- performed
5. The courts have decided that refusing to guard against cold

: to take periodicals from the officeor RN Nearly all the ills of by tho grower himself,) giving at least

removing and leaving them uncalledfor JE children begin with t2\OO; ( worth Nitrogen' per acre at an

i 133E a11832. is prima facie evidence of fraud. taking cold If your expense:of *0,00.

6. If subscribers pay in advance they ,, .:; 1 child itches cold don't wait a moment before There are many locations In Florida ; {

are bound to give notice at the end of the .. attacUlnjTo g that cold. where, owing to the nature of the soil, TRADE* MARKS ?
whit continue t. .- th 10 ignorance or neglect of parents is dueL crimson clover will do well enough to bet DESIGNSCOPYRIGHTS :
time if they do not to l
Q -, the fatal: termination of many children's com- called a success. Hero the supply of Ac. ".tAnyone
taking It, otherwise the publisher is au- tending a ketch and dnorlptlnn mar ,
plaints. nitrogen will have to bo obtained fromcowpeas quickly) ascertain our opinion free whether an .
AND J thoiized to wend it, and the subscriberwill I. If Dot informed as to the Intention !' probably putenlable. ('oru lllnl.,.. rJ'.. f.
[OTTON > you,are i
velvet bean, or dcainodlum lion itrlotly ooiitiUeiitUl. Handbook on Patents ."f
be responsible until an express no- proper course to pursue to drive off lent free, weed under lato in tho Patent taken turouuh Wuna tau; receiverpec141
IFT SEINE TWINES. tice with payment of all oarages is 7, I a child's cold, write to Dr. Hartman, (beggar ), )plowed I nutlet, without cbrii in the I

sent to the publisher rw. president of the Surgical Hotel, fall or In the winter, Nitrogen Is an element Scientific flrncricniu

PERFECT STURGEON TWINE The latest postal laws are such that i J Columbus, O., for advice, and ask fork which Is easily washed out of the !

ABLE CORDS AND MACRAME. newspaper publishers! can arrest one for 1IrkH some of his free books which contain soil or otherwise dissipated, one) a con- A handsomely of any' illustrated nolentlda 'ournali weekly. I.nrgeit 1'ermi W clr.cnlellon a. i'

... the most pertinent facts about colds Hiderable amount of it would disappear roar i four month,|L, newidoaler ..
EMORY JOHNSON, own Ci t. M fraud who takes a paper and refuses to J ::: 1
X & Co,3eIeroadaa New
andcoughsandallcatarrhaldlseai.es. d'uiIng the winter even if the York
MOODUS CONN. it. Under this law the matt who cow-peas
for .
I
pay Urauob Offlov 24 F Bt Watbloglou.
po-ru-na, Dr. llartman's great pro- ,
for are plowed under The surface should ;
allows his subscilption to run along .
It '
is vegetable.
scription, wholly
bo covered with winter growing
: '. some time unpaid, and then orders it wards off colds entirely if taken at some Palmetto Drug Store, })n.tollu. i
"L ; 'discontinued orders the postmasterto ; the beginning in proper.dolles. It crop, as rye and oats, which will absoib __

!\uGe I.; ftI mark .It "refused" and have a postal breaks up settled colds quickly; it is the nitrogen, then tills crop can bo Drugs, medicines, chemical*, fine toilet I

I;;'] A big yield of both \ 'card,Sent notifying the publisher, leaves I scientific and safe; there is no mystery plowed under, In the spring' and the soaps, .liruHliuH, comlm, perfumery and :

K t I profit add satisfaction himself liable to arrest and tine, the about it, Dr fiartman's books nitrogen will be prw erved. fancy toilet article In great variety, E j

Ip-JI i will result if you plant' i\me'as for theft., tell Jast how it acts and why. All The farmer ought always bear In mind M. IIUSTOYpropr. I

druggists Hell it. that a nitrogen-making plant must be Irritating and poUonous drugs, such ,: I

'fEfl211 Seeds Mrs. C. T. Rogers, Elgin,Ill", says: well'supplied with potash and phosphor as salts of arsenic, copper, zinc and Iron, I

Those Trusts.City Dr S. Jl. llartman, Columbus, 0. lo acid These will make tho plant nitrogen should bo given directly after meals. '" ,

,. .: D They, are always the brut. Man-What's the matter, my +I DeAn Sin:-"Your medicine saved hungry; it, will appropilate and Your'Danger Sow 11
t ubmt-
accept any -
l" I".buy none but Ferry'*. friend? r 1)l, 'rl ] my 'Ilaby'lite. We stopped all treat assimilate more than it would without
'bul by all dealer. Wrlu fur Mr. Hayseed-I'm mad as a hornet i went but your, and now he is a I
Ith.'UI these element which be said to In from the overworked condition of the.
t'MedUWUl -fffil. trusts'an T may I
is It certainly a
'bout the way the things goin- beautiful boy. WM :
D.M.FERRY&CO.D.troltMich. liver and kidneys which are unable to 'I ,
constitute, together with the nitrogen, a
monopolies everywhere.I miracle.
combines expel ImpuiHIt'H from the blood. This j!
lrqNTEDSEVERAL" bad to a cent more for a ball / l i i.I m balanced plant-food. As these elements
just pay Mrs. flecking, East Toledo, 0., causes rheumatism. Hood's Sarsl\parlt..Jt 'j
of string, and .they told me it was writes to the l' -ru-na Medicine Co.: are almost ilnlvorsally lacking In Florida la hall been wODlel tully successful cllr-. ',

'count of the Twine trust. i SIRS "Pe-ru-na J is the best soils, they should be supplied} liberally lug this'dl* aHck It neutralizes the acid.
Man Well it is a shame the .I DEAn :- In the blood) and permanently cures the :
City medicine I ever had in my hoube. Jf riot, the growth of the plant
TRUSTWORTHY PerKm '
adieu and which other medicines .:
in thl star to manage our biutnuo way these combines force things np, My children had a bad cough, and will be one-bided and very deficient in pains ,
jlrowo U U mainly the of everything-wheat, fall: to relieve, Hood's Sarsapaillla Is ., ',
and nearby counties. raising price ? one of them had the lung fever. I
volume G. J, P. ,
aoo the best winter medicine because it nuiiHCN "
Work done at home. Salary straight f cor'n butter, apples"Mr. them all with IVru-na." i
and definite. bonaflde, no more I potatoes cured bf ,
'
expenses- _'-r enriches and vitalizes the o)d. v.:,
n salary. Monthly$78.. Reference. EnIf4ddresaed.tamped Hayseed-Eh? Do' trusts raise of the treatment of coughs and colds is of where is needed
Proper knowledge It gives help Just help
envelope, Herbert Oh well When tile eyes are hot and heavy, a rt
of farm ? ,
produce
ID,threat.,Dept. M,Chicago. the price the first importance i to parents. This knowledge is offered It tones the stomach, sliniuhitvA the ;,
mebby they ain't such bad things arter free. ,AU catarrhal diseases succumb to Pe-ru-na. bathe them In cold or tepid water, and liver, and arouses and sustains the kid. '0nays. !

d the ADVOCATE an order for any all."-tfw York Weekly, do not,confine them too closely to any It wards oft pneunnmh, fevers,

tinting you need.] Ask any druggist for a free Pe-ru-na 1 Almanac for the year 1800. sort of work. bronchetls, colds, coughs, and the "grip. .

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 6, 1899.f .
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bow they can handle It. If any placeon

(IIDIAK( BITER-ADVOCATE 4XW1IKIT capitals time-the in legislature Rhode Island meeting at one alternately .. Courtenay. see the river can beat that let us know it. Indian l River Real Estate Agencj


at Newport and Providence Preaching next day morning at 10
Fort Pierce.
1017alUL DIVOTBD: TO THB DEVIL:
; but finally a suitable state o'clock In the evening at 330.:
;
Or US:XT Of THE: IKDUX BIT*:*, LAKE: TITUSVILLE FLA.
WOBTR AVD BIMJATXB BATtBOTIOK house was erected in Providence, H. U. Sams. of Banyan, spent Tuesday New-Year to the ADVO- ,
and the legislative sessions will night with his parents here. A prosperous

PUBLISHED EVERT FRIDAY. hereafter be held there. Floridaas and Tom CATE. i
far as we know-never had but Merritt Miss ,Lilly were calling Dymock In town friend Monday., Colds seem to be very prevalent in our YOU would do well if you have property to sell and want It advertised In this

CMABLM H. WAITOJT, Editor & Proprietor. one capital ; but when she gets a of small burgh.J. paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once to
S. Bancroft Symmes, one our young Merrlwether returned from Jen- this for Blank Contracts and put property before the public.
second, Jacksonville will surely be bachelors, paid Cocoa a flying Visit last B. Agency your
Dlxcontlnuince of adrU. matt be made per "on top." Monday. sen Monday.We .53T" Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why bot

...*lljr at thlt office or by writing. Misses Stella, Lula and Bessie Harper are glad to see Fred Hartestone ,1s yours.

SENATOR PEHKINS, of California, art spending a few 'days with relativesIn able to be out again. PINEAPPLE'LANDS, near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.

Address ill oomrannlo tlon to who probably has more personal Banyan.W. John Saunders left Saturday for Palm ORANGE and VEGETABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre.

INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, knowledge of the Philippines than S. Sams spent a couple of days In Beach to take a position there. Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of Eau

TITCIVILLB:, FLORIDA. other in Banyan lost week, assisting his brotherIn The last tea"days has been very boisterous Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price, $1,000.
man says
any congress his vegetable farm. weather causing very high tides. ORANGE GROVE, 14 acre, 50 miles south of Titusville. Will pay $1,000 this!
,
that while he knows all about the year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000.
Check,eto.,may be made parable to CHIBMESH. Philippines, he knows little or J. Lapham and O. K. Sweeney, of In. Mrs. Sadie Weaver left for Miami Fri. HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville from $5 to $25 per acre.
WALTOX,publisher and proprietorU. nothing that Is good. lIe was asked' dianola, passed through our town with day evening, after spending a few weeks One hundred and sixty acres, lake front, 2} miles west of Titusville, good for
a load of sour oranges Monday.J. with her mother here.Hershell pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $;;W.OO.
if the trade of the islands was not
S. Department of Agriculture valuable, and he replied : "In 0. Bast, manager Indian River Hotel I Raulerson and bride, of :Miami .. .:::::
Titusville and Col. Wlnans,of Eden, In town ere leav
Weather Bureau-Jupiter, Fla. islands spent a few days
1896 the. exports of the spent last Friday night in our little town. for their future home.
amounted to only a little more ing :T.A.M ES ::::8. ::so-o-es,
Mr. and Mrs. Jan. R. Ragan returnedto B. F. Brown of
state Archdeacon ,
The following is a comparative TitUlVllh"1
The to
than revenues
$20,000,000. I
ment of and rainfall fur the their home In Banyan last Saturdayafter held services at the Fort
temperature
week ending Tuesday, Jan. 3, 1809. Spain in that year only'aggregated spending seperal days with rela- Monday'evening, to a large congregation.Dr. Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal d
Hay
f --1808-0-- --1807-8-- 113,500,000, even under Spanish tives here. Ewing, of* St. Augustine, arrhed'In an
DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. taxation, and it cost $13,200,000 to W. R., C. B. and T. S. Sanders, J. E.' ; town Wednesday evening. Ills head

28 0:{ 41 00 63; collect this revenue, leaving a net Field. W. Sweeney and the Misses Alice quarters will be at the Fort Pierce hotel Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arming Fresh
49 00 49
20 74 balance of $300,000. When you and Beatrice Sanders, all of Indlanola, for the next week or so.
30 77 61 00 50 were in town a while last Sunday.
31 78 70 72 52no remember that it cost us $8,000,000 I The Box social Saturday evening at all the time.
1 77 0.1 52 : last year to provide for 188,000 Indians Brother Allen's, was a decided success,
2 71 CO 43 31 Micco. a large number meeting there, and every
3. 74 61 5.1 31 In this country, you can estimate one seemed to have enjoyed a very pleasant Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man or
I hbw much jt will cost us to evening.Mrs. beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotations,
Total rainfall for the week:0.10 Inches -
maintain the Philippines, with no Oranges, vegetables, etc., are shipped; Lowest cash prices. .
from normal rainfall for the for Jack .
Departure this A. G. Lagou left Sunday
week: minus 0.0.3 Inches. Departure balance from the islands in our day.In great quantities from place every sonville after a few weeks visit to her Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

i from normal rainfall since January 1, favor." daughter, Mrs. J. S. Bell. She was
?, minus jO.25; Inches. Miss C. Cain has been in twn a dayor called home suddenly on account of her

': Jk W. CRONK, Observer. COUNTY COMMISSIONERS so this week inspecting our fine post- husband being taken sick.
office.J. CHAS. N. WELSHANS
PROCEEDINGS. ,
Williamson Is busy planting Irish buy.
sell
Do want to or propertyon
you
A HAPPY NEW YEAR. potatoes; go to him If you want a tip on Indian River? If you do, write the
TITUSVILLE FLA. Jan. 2 1808. that business.We .
,
,
Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus.
The Board of Urevard County Commissioners expect a lot of our northern I ville, Fla. See .page 4. CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER,
The nineteenth Is ...
century nearly met on the above date pursuantto friends very soon; will let you know .
upon us, and Sunday morning last adjournment, when the following when they arlve. HAIR 'LATH
witnessed the passing away of an. members were present : W. II. Sharpe, Our Thanksgiving turkey was good, The "Advocate." AND ; *

other year. The ADVOCATE, which chairman; Js Mendel, .1. K. Walker, J. but the Xmas turkey was better, whilewe -
has been liberally N. Waller, J. Houston; A. A. Stewart, had it all to' ourselves. We could The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE is on State Agent L. & M. Paints and Oils.Old .
so supportedsince'it clerk; J. P. Drown, sheriff I not find any tramps to help us eat It. sale at the following news-stands, at five
was first published, wishes The following business was transacted, We is cents per copyTitusvilleFred: 'Phone 8. }jut 13 Hogan Street,|
i regret our postmaster on a va-
its readers u Happy New Year and to-wlt : S. Chaffee.
cation, but he left eight deputy's to sort
Titusville has The minutes of last meeting were,read ,J. B. Screven. JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
a prosperous one. and confirmed.On that enormous mail. Just step in and
had draw-backs the --
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many during motion, the road report of J. JMen-
year gone by, but she is still hold del, road commissioner of district No. 1, '

ing her own, and our merchants up to December 31st, 1808, was examined -
and approved and the vouchers filed .HAMMOND PACKING CO.
are rejoicing over her continued : Season 1898-99.
THE MAPES
with the Clerk of the Court for future "
prosperity. We see the beginningof references.

a new era for Titusville and In. On motion, the bond of J. Henry for :. They have been the Stan-
dian River let treasure was (Formerly The G. H. Hammond Co.)
generally, so us de- 10000.00 as county examined : dard Fertilizers for 20
termine that'all actions for and approved.Ou .
our are
motion, the bond of E. M. Hall for years In Florida. OUR SPECIALTIES : .
the commoq good during the pres- 890,00600:) as count collector was ex- I ,
ent year "Each for himself, and amined and approved. lItrANURES + "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacon |

the devil take the hindmost," is a The jury list for 1899 of 310 names; was .
B "Coin canned
Special" meats."Calumet" .
bad motto. Let the motto be "A drawn Recording to law.
Permit granted to R. L. Ronald to I
long pull, a strong pull, and a pull carry a Winchester repeating rUle no.- hams and breakfast bacon."Calumet" .

r altogether, boys.? This' is the caliber 3240. leaf lard.
.
thing that helps to build up a town. On motion, warrant No. 3254 was can My. Fertilizers Are as good as MaPes

Wishing our readers and friends a celled. Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
The county treasurer made his month They all qUOte MapeS As the. Standard of Excellence. c
happy, prosperous and peaceful ly statement on the different funds of compound lard, sausages.
;3 New Year, we turn over another the county including the fine and forfeiture The MapeS put the money la the pockets of the growers. and all Packing House Products. ,
page of life's volume with a feel- fund, which was examined and

ing of hope for the future of our found correct and was approved. J. R. Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. FLORIDA BRANCH : Jacksonville FIi.|
Walker and J. Houston were appointeda ,
town, and a conviction that the
committee to destroy the warrants Pineapples, Bananas Tobacco, etc.
year before us will be marked by a turned over by the treasurer as per nr- Write us for quotations, and you will be, pleased.

steady improvement in our con. schedule. The committee reporting What''yOU Want Are Results, Results, Results, Results. I have been
dition of which'the close1 having performed their duties asked to
of 18'98has
,
the In Florida Years.I .
be discharged, which was done accord. Mapcs Agent over Twenty
21 JEWELED.
the .
seen commencement. ingly. The treasurer also had a certificate WATCHES
attached to his report showing that I have SOld Millions of Dollars worth of their goods to Thousands of CLOCKS,

'' the balances called for by his report Consumers all over the State. Of all these thousands not one single con
Tins Is the
of
commencement were on deposit in the Brevard County sumer has found fault with the Quality of these Goods.
in;4, v the new year, and we again kindlyask State: Bank. H Jewelry Diamonds
all those who are in arrears for The bond of O. Quarterman for Notary The best yields. The best keeping qualities. o i s t ,,

tho ADVOCATE to send in such Public was examined and approved.On r'1 1I
4 motion, the report of his Honor, The most reliable in drouths. Souvenirs, Wedding Rings and Presents.
amount as be due
I liest convenience.may Examine at their.eur-the the licenses County Issued Judge during, D. the L. Gaulden month, for of Always the best prices in all the markets. ;//jY

_. _. .
date FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPAIR
on printed label which, if December, was examined and approved.On mi n .T ,
correct, shows the time to which motion, the salary of D. CaIn, as Read the following. It covers all these points : &LVERWA
ferryman, was raised from five to six A SPECIALTr
your subscription is paid. If the dollars per month.On "ORANGE PARR, FLA., August 27th, 1808.

date on label is not correct, please motion, the following bills were 'MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: Spectacles and!! Eyeglasses. Charges paid onelway. R; J. RILES,

notify us. audited and ordered paid: "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market many 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE' FLA.

J Mendel, County Com . .$ 4 40 years with indifferent success. You have often tried to Induce me to use
J It Walker, . oj 00 Mapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to it, as I always thought they
IT SEEMS like a fairy story to W II Sharpe, . .. 7 50 cost too much.. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to
i read that the Spaniards in Algers, J Houston, '" . .. 1100 me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff WANTED !I. .
r' who are shopkeepers, refuse to accept J N Waller, ." .. . 23 40 has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortunate ..
American Cocoa&Rocklodge News,printing on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers were wait
money from sailors tax statement. .. . . . 1 00 ing for mo every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices my
j and others having it in their poe. C II Walton, advertising .. 3 00 neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen Raw Furs Skins Hides Wool Beeswax
session in exchange for goods. Electric Light Co . ...... I 1)00 cents for mine when the slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five' to ,
Your true Spaniard is proverbially J W Harris, dep sheriff Nov elect. 1 23EJ ; ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this year. I
fond of and their Prill tori us ., 125 had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. Tallow and Alligator Skins.And
h""
gold, is
pride W 0 Simmons" 125 "Very Truly Yours, J. L. MOORE." .
; likely to lead them to poverty if D S Carlton II II II II
125
Qom' Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price analysis and testlinonialg will
the Cash
the story is true. Pride is a costly A Cook, i 125 pay highest Prices for them as follows :
hand.
thing, generally, and usually W A Luce, II II II 125 that will interest you. A full stack always on Dry Flint Hides . . . . 15c. : Otter Skins, good.$3.00to0.000!

before fall and "goeth E J RIcor, II 125 J'. :Et.. TYSUJZNT, Agcn.1: Dry Salted Hides .. . . 13c. : Otter Skins, poor. . 50 to 2.301
a ;i" haughty: \ J H D Smith, booth for '.' 1 00 Green Salted Ilides. ... . . .08c. : Coon Skins, good ,. .. .. 20 to 4JI
spirit, like that the Spaniards have Wm Treutler, 100 J'nckson.'V'1.11c: 'F1n. Dry flint deer skins, ... . .... 18c. : Coon Skins, poor ., ... 05: to 1 151
;i. previously shown to England, and Mis. M. E. Burns,' II l 00 Dry Salted deer skins.. .. . 15c. : Goatskins. .. ; . . 05to 201(
lately to the United States, has Henry Wilson, II 100 White wool, prime . . .: 18c. Sheepskins. . .. .. .. 10 to 401
I led partly to their destruction II Bennett, 100 Black wool, prime ... ... .. . 16o. : Alligator skins, 7.ft.. .. .. 1.00
A V IIlseock, 2 00 CHESEBRO BROTHERSWHOLESALE Burry wool, prime ...... .8c to 12c. : "G-ft.. .. C5
N N Penny, carrying ballot box. 2 00 ; Beeswax... .. .... . . . 25c. 5-ft. . .45
THE of W C Peterson 2 00 Tallow. . .. ... .. .. ... .2oto03c. 4-ft,. .: ... 20
Supreme D Sloan, 2 days 4 00 Ginseng root, per Ibo. . .. .$'2.00 :; 3-ft... .. .. 15
Court, sitting at special, trial and J P Brown, waiting on board 400 Young live alligators, iSo to 20o each. Reference-National bank JacksonvilleTo !
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appellate terms in the city of New John Henry, com. Co. treasurer.. 5560
those who have not shipped to me, I ask for a trial to startl
shipment, get
York, have decided to wear gowns R A Conkllug, ferryman... . 6 JOOU ed. I guarantee a Just and liberal classification. Hoping to be favored with
while on the bench. In this Cain, ferryman.... . . .' 6 00 QOMMISSON FISH DEALERS shipments, I am, truly, your
i they T T Wetmore, Ice. . .. .'. 185 \ yours W. R.
will follow the example of the T A Johnson, wood clerk's office 2 00) NICHOLAS, Jacksonville, FlaP

j Judges of the Court of Appeals E W Hall, part coin as, tax col, 100 00 No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York. .
I and the Justices of the Appellate T J Cockshutt, re*, officer. . 1400T

i Division, who have been wearing Johnson, case for prob. judge 5 00) SPECIALTIES:-Spanish Mackerel, Sheephead, Pompano, Bluefish, Red E. )HcHURRA( Try a Sample oft
T A Robinson, dep. fish warden. 4000 .t
gowns for some time. This inno. A A Ford, fish warden. . 40 00 Snappers, Kingfish, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks. OUR $2&000Z|
ration is becoming so popular that Brevard Co S Bank, interest.. 10 38 Stencils promptly supplied. References furnished If desired. &
it is even suggested that the police I R State bank, Int. Nor & Dec 01 40 .
: Justices should wear whichis J Mendel copying minutes, 6 60 BAKER. HORSE FARM
gowns, A A Stewart, accountant. .. 15 00
getting ahead of Great Britain JP Brown, Jailor. ,. . .. 3000 CLARENCE D. MILLER MILLER LONGDOT AM. WAGOH.m .
in this respect. If the inferior tf feeding county dog. 2 00 KlUbllihod 1R41.
courts get to wearing gowns, the II., Janitor...... . .. BOO ,**.4xle; ?, ** Tires, Patent wheels, double box, shaft and Spring Seat.
I higher courts will have to expo county court. C 23 Sundries, etc.
'" ish themselves distingu J Myers, rep'r on court house 1 60, S. B. MILLER & CO. Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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by wearing wg| .. M Goldsmith, pros attorney. 58 33 .
-I! Am't paid out for paupers., .... 11500 ,
} G K Paddison, material for scow, 6 65 WHOLESALE -
CONNECTICUT formerly bad two R A Conkling, repairing scow. 10 50 WILLIAM CLARKE Sanitary Plumber,

\ capitals-the legislature meeting J P Brown, feeding prisoners 20) GO COMMISSION FISH DEALERS --
. in alternate years at Hartford and J P Brown, crliu'l pros. Co. court 101 30 ,

I I'I New Haven ; but since the erection A A Stewart, 'I Q 40 No. 7 Fultoa Fish :Market, New York. Fine Gas Fixtures, Plumber,and Gas Fitter, Roofing; Sheet)

11 i'' of that handsome The Board then adjourned to meet
capitol at Hart
I i ford-which we had the pleasure again the first Monday in February, '00. Special attention given to the sale of Pompano, Spanish Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water closets

1 i I,; of visiting during the summer of Mackerel, Blue Fish, etc. .

J' '97-that place has' become the You-Never will fall to read our Inside page*. REFERENCES-Fulton: and Market National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish dealer and Wash stands. Copper vessels of all descriptions ".tine!
always find something to Interest in the
: chief town. There were also two United States.
you Sy: Stencils furnished application.. 37 Forsyth 8t, near Laura St.,

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RO Mills. Bankson and-Miss Price of Phil- JFERTILIZERSaY

AL Alcazar.adelphia, are recent arrivals at the Hotel


Mal Louis McCleln and wife, who \

Baking Powder nave have been returned on a to brief this visit city. to Richmond, SPECIAL: :PRICES: '

The reception given In the art studioof o f ]
I H. S. Wyllie In the Mission building,

on Friday evening, was largely attended.The T
Made from

I of pure golf links of the Country Club are W : !
cream tartar. iJl
In constant be continuous use now for,* and the play remainder promisesto of __ zrsaeapple oo Grwsrs_

the season. ..
Safeguards the food f

)(r. and Mrs. Loomis White and Mr. ail .drounca Tortiliszor;: ri '

against alum. and Mrs. Chapin, of New York, have arrived hihi Price $25.00.GUARANTEED no- Before.buylng the following Materials be sure and apply to /
for
the :
and
I season, now occupy
the family home on the bay. ANALYSIS: us for prices, and we will prove to you, we can save you money. iI

,Alum baking powders are the greatest Mrs. Charles II. Uale, of Brooklyn, II I Moisture....,............."......,'.................. .,,............, .. ...... ft to 10 STEAMED BONE I.
unenacm to health of the present day. wife of Captain Hale, commander of the AmmonU ..........,.................................... .... .......:::......... 8 to 6 RAW BONE, /
Equal to Sulphate of Ammonia..............,.. ....................... 80 to 25 iH
?
! Clyde ship Crotian, which was recently L-I I Arallablel'hoaphorloACld. ...... .................:::?.......,............... 5 to II I BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE, / ..; I
mvAi aMINO POWM*exx,new-..c.j lost at sea, is In the city visiting Mrs. Equal to Bone rhosphkM Lime.,.......,..........,....,..................... n to 13 ,1:
W. I. Woodman. rotMhK2O..................,.... ..................1.......................... B to 6 DISSOLVED BONE, NITRATE OF SODA, ,
-- Equal to Sulphate of Potash.. ....... ............ ................,............ 9 to 10
Louis Larson, secretary of the land de- MajtDellla,Lime,Soda, etc.......................................)>>............. M to 60 SULPHATE OF AMMONIA, TOBACCO STEMS, ;

Key West. partment of the East Coast railway, and E-I 'Write for Special Pamphlet. i TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES, 'l';
r '
f Mr. W. W. Dewhurst, president of the
COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND
POTASHES.
First National Bank of St. Augustine, Mixtures with
Special compounded machinery at very low ,
Manager Smith bas returned to Hotel who have been on a trip to Dade county, 0 .;.
jy West from his visit to the East have returned home. Did you see the H prices. :
vast. game they brought back with them from .

Traffic, Manager; J. P. Beckwith, of their hunting trip In the Everglades ? ,Please Correspond with us beforo being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for : t :

9 East Coast Line, paid our city a visitit A. H. Fenn, D. H. M. FIndlay, L. C. Pamphlet. f-LI )
week. Servos and George Merritt, golf professionals '!' ,

The Board of Fire Police recently or- ida East in Coast charge Golf of the Club links at Palm of the Beach Flor-, LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO. [
will hold their first
nlzed, meeting on St. Augustine, Miami and Ormond respectively .III'
Qnday, January 9.
recently played an Interesting
Mr. Will Baker and wife returned home foursome on the Country Club links j Taclrsorwllle: : 'lorida.= : ; ;'t f i

ithe City of Key West from an extend- here, resulting in a vlctorJ for the first I.
1 vlsit to New York. They had a very named team by a,score of 0 up and,4 to -

;jasant trip. Play. to Titusville, Mr. Kltchell to take a pos.
> Melbourne. ition as engineer on the steamer St. Samples Mailed Free to your Address t
'The handsome home of Mr. and Mrs.
.- Subscriber, your attention is drawnto -' Augustine, and Mrs. Kitchell to visit her upon application. :'t f
2 D. Cash, on Duval street, was the
$ne Friday night of a beautiful recep- the name-and-date slip pasted upon GOODK & OOODK.-Real Estate and Loan sister, Mrs. George Sapp. i
m, given in honor of their .daughter, your paper or wrapper. If you are in Agent for Etna London and Liverpool and Among the out.of.town folks noticedat
Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance Special
[ss Elizabeth Cash, who has recently arrears, please remit. attention paid to the interest of non resi the masquerade ball, were John Wynn, .COHEN BROTHERS.
turned home from school, after an ab- dents. Tropic; Misses McMillan, Banyan; Mr.
bce from the city for seven years. Tibbals.Col. and Mrs Warner, Brantley; Miss Julia .
-I ; Roberts Cocoa Messrs. McCarty and
between two WIlEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the ;
shooting scrape no
Bazaar, Mrs.Chas J. F. Campbell', Co., Millinery Sams, New Smyrna.Our .

es street occurred, near Saturday the Catholic night Cemetery.on Fran- W. G. Winans arrived home Sun- ,and Notions woven Underwear Dry Goods, Ferris'Ladies'Renowned readymade -. boys returned to school Monday, Goods ;

is said the shooting was done by a day night from Titusville, where bo has I Comets etc., embroidery and colored silts, having$ enjoyed a most pleasant week Popular Dry HQuseJ'
n who is wanted at Tarpon Springs been spending Christmas week. I souvenir spoons, Stationery,etc. with their families and friends; Kingan

t a like crime. James Russell, the ne- :Miss S. P. Tibbals, of New York, has: Hodgson to Stetson University, and Joe
who shot; is native of Nassau.ie McAllister and Arthur Bennett to the
p was ; a had a very handsome stained glass win- HOTEL RIVERSIDE, MELBOURNE FLA.,
bullet struck hire on one of his rent dow put in the St. Paul's Episcopal overlooking Indian River: homelike accommodation State Agricultural College JACKSONVILLE FLA.

sib, and drove it into his tongue. The church, in memory of her brother, L. P. and good board., Rates flJW perdayorftd.OO Little Bo-Peep (Miss Bessie Hodgson) ,
to week according to
fT.OO ;
per
illet Las been
not found. Doctor
yet Tibbals. location of room. Special rates to River was the best costume at the masked
iloney cut the tooth from Russell's people. CHAS.T. McHRIliE ball, easily surpassing nil others. The
:Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Peabody, :Mr. and ii
The who did the shoot- 1'roprietor.
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bgue. negro :Milk Maid Miss Bertha Scott :
( ) was a
Mrs. W. II. Harris. Miss Posey Taylor
has not been to this
g captured up
A. Cox of Eden; Miss Lula Parham, of very "fetching",: costume. Liberty (Miss Mc

Siting. Waveland; Fred Saeger, of Ankona, We are pleased to report Editor W. C. Gilbert) was handsomely represented.

Palm Beach.he I Waters were the last guests of Mr.\ and Mrs.. J. T. Barnes, of the Republican, is at his post Mr. and Mrs. W., E. Dobbins, of At- ( The Largest Dry Goods : i f
Friday. of duty once more.
lanta
I Ga., stopped over a day or so last
Mr. and Mrs. Snider, of Hobe Sound, Miss Annie Goode spent the past ten week on their wedding tour of Florida, ,
? number of arrivals at The Inn is accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Harris days with her friend, Miss May Holmes, leaving for Miami Friday, from which Store in the State. ;
idly increasing. home from the yacht club on Saturday; at Sharpe, and reports a fine time. point they will take steamer to Havana. afclveQls
and sail d for home :Sunday afternoon in Mr. Dobbins is a popular knight of the PROMP t '
J
lotel Hibiscus is now open, with Leon Mr. Solder's beautiful launch which is The Misses Sue Hopkins and Jennie road, traveling for a prominent Atlanta TTe on ,. : :)

Cilley as manager commanded by R. D. Hoke, of Jensen.I Miller were up 'at .Augustine last \ : h I

3. H. M'Cauley, of Ridgway, Pa., is week, attending the Teachers' Conven- firm.The : \ );, I
H. W. Racey purchased a very fine lot usual New Year's masked ball ,
the'arrivals at The Inn. tion. ; ,(
song of Spanish malard of J. T. Waters this was given last Friday evening, at Eureka '',

)ellmore cottage is open, and has a week, which he will add to his large and ,Capt. Alex. Goode left here last Saturday hall with very gratifying success, dancing : '; \
fcsiderable number of guests. This is select collection of water-fowls. Mr. evening for Palm Beach, where he being Indulged In until nearly day Arc now offering Extraordinary Good : ,

e of the most popular places on the Waters' flock of ducks are much admiredby now has charge of one of Henry Flagler'sfine light, Prof.'Kruger, of ludianola, furnIshing .

all who see them. I am informed yachts. the music in hi* best style. Manyof Values in Fashionable '

ke.The ''golf links have 'been improved that they are far superior to the white The Literary Club met at Hotel Carle- the costumes were rich and appropriate -. I
Pekin for the south both as layers and and Interesting.P. .
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and rendered well
ton last Friday a selected -
psiderably since last year,, and the .
yers already here are much pleased self-supporting./ They begin laying in programme of music, reading and Lorillard and party arrived here

th them. October Waters raised and don't about stop 150 until last July.year from Mr. recitations. Caiman last Thursday, going aboard the yacht : Silks Dress Goods and
which
left Saturday for the
paptain Clow recently, captured the three ducks. Mr. and Mrs.\ A. L. Brush and daughter Haulover, at the head of Indian River, ,
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Miss Helen also Robert Brush of
of amber ,
lack
rgest specimen ever
' here. He from the This place was well represented at theGilberts Osage Iowa, were pleasant arrivals at where.he party remained a couple of day
en was fishing
: Bar Yacht Club last Saturday, Hotel Carleton last Thursday. duck shooting Captain McCarty, Chief
fan pier. and it is no wonder that our people are Engineer O'Rourke, 2nd Engineer Touchstone \
12-foot shark wag recently capturedm always on hand for it is impossible for Mrs. Kate Gillman, of Youngtown, O., Fireman Healy, Mate Sommers Trimmings \
the pier by :J ssrs. Powers aud I anyone to miss having good time, as arrived here last Friday, much to the and six sailors comprleo the crew of the ;
ney, who have been stopping at the no means is spared by the genial officers delight of her host of friends, who are Caiman. The culinery department Is in ",'"
arm: cottage. and every member of, the club to give always glad to see her return each winter charge of Eugene Diamond, Mr. Lorll- All orders filled same day as received. I ,: .;
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time to her cozy quarters at Hotel Carle- lard's famous chef, with an able
good
royal
one a corpsof
en. John M. Schofield and wife andy every ton. assistants.: Your Money Back if Goods are not as we Represent, .:"''.: I
> have arrived at The Inn to remain .
eral weeks. There will be several -Please mention the ADVOCATE when Mrs.I N. Carter entertained rt lunch '
Address
Ited States army and navy officers at writing advertisers. last Thursday, the following!: ladies: Mrs. Rio. : a !

lie Inn next week., Elizabeth Campbell, Mrs. P. P. Powell. COHEN BROTHERS, ., i
} Mrs. R. W. Goode, Miss Jennie Straw- ':
)r. and Mrs. Fremont Smith and three Georgiana.Miss bridge, and Mrs. Amelia Valentine, of Mrs. Rea, who teaches school In Will- Popular DryGoods House, ,I II

'jldren and Miss\ Ames have arrived inwn Tillman, at Hotel Carleton dale, spent Christmas week at her home I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. "A I4:'
and are registered at The Inn, but ,
'ijj
H shortly occupy the handsome new Carrie Jargensen returned to her Last Saturday evening a most enJoyable here.Mr.

tage that has been erected during thet home at Grant; on Sunday. party was given by the l ladles of and Mrs. G, E. Andrews, of Vden, '
summer for Doctor Smith, who is Kin Mrs. Grace town to about fifty Invited guests. Those came down in their fine launch, spending M. WISOKER ( j.
:Mr. and Mrs.
man.
use physician of The Inn and Royal Smith Mr. Peck and Mr. Fitch arrived who loved dancing gathered In the large a few days. In town, the guests of Mr. .
nciana. dining room and from 8 to 11 p. m. that and Mrs W. E. Rea. i
last week. MANUFACTURER OF "
sport to its fullest extent was indulgedin.
In the to be found Many of the pineapple growers In this
Miss Alice Wineberger was visiting parlor were many ;
We would esteem the favor if our Miss Mary Wittfeld for several days the tables surrounded by those who enjoy a section are planting orange and lemon
ers, when writing or calling trees. L. II. Tousnalnt has six R. Umbrellas and
upon first of this week. game of cards. Light refreshments were acres,
advertisers to purchase merchandise, served. Messrs. Ernest Blanchard, E. Brand three acres, and Mr. Potts Is ls.j
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would mention. the ADVOCATE. Miss May Ilouser and Eddie Adams Chester Brainerd, of Boston; R. P. trying a few acres In peach trees. : ?

had the pleasure of spending New Years Paddison, of Eau Gallic, were the only Repairing and Recovering Neatly Done. All '
home of Mr. and f
day at the hospitable guests not of our town, and they expressed 20 Laura St. JACKSONVILLE
FLA. '
I Miami. Mrs. J. Brady Bower. themselves with the JOT" As an advertising medium, no ,
delighted paper on the East Coast can beat the _- -_ ..
"Uncle" and "Auntie Hughes" were entertainment.Last -
ADVOCATE. Give us a trial( advt.,
Contractor J. A. McDonald is still Ins calling at the pleasant homes of Dr. and Tuesday afternoon a number of and be convinced of the pink paper'. Bermuda Onion Seeds. ;
and Mr. and "Auntie ,
ssau.'IIr. Mrs. Wittteld ladies met at the home of Mrs. I'. P. worth. .
King maD," Thursday afternoon. Powell to form a social club, 'which will 3.
' acid Mrs. L. :S. McLain, of Pueblo, WHITE AND RED genuine Tennerlffe stock $2.60 lb. :
Mr. and Mrs. Bettis. have returned to give a weekly entertainment each Tuesday per j

110., are spending a few days in town. their home at Oceanus. Mr. Bettis con- evening. The following ladies are Banyan.Joe Texas Rust-proof Oats . . . . . . . 60c. per bus. ,j

W" M. Brown, president of the Bank tracted a very severe cold on his way the members: Mesdames W. C. Barnes, Florida UO-day Oats. ... . ; . . to. .$1.00 per bus. ,. ;1
)Jay Biscayne, of Titusville has beeu and has been feeble with O. W. Bonter, W. W. Harden, George
here quite
down I ,
Georgia . . . . 1.50 per bus. .
few here. Brown Elizabeth Naoma Car-
ending a days asthma.Mr. Campbell! Smith several days In Titus.
spent
ter, S. F. Gibbs, R. W. Goode, F. C. ville and Eau Gallie this week. Florida Rye . . . . ... . . .to. . 2.00 per bus.7;
George Macdonald of Cocoanut Grove Jine fame !
White of sewing mac Irwin, P. P. Powell, Frank Robertson, ::1
his first shipment of tomatoes, and his accomplished and lovely daughter C. H. Stewart, L. D. Lockwood. It is Beans are moving In earnest now and Full Stock of Field and Garden Seeds.

Je and peppers this week. spent several days last week visiting the object of this club to keep up the returns are fairly satisfactory.The .

Mabel Hall, daughter of Mr and their friends Dr. and Mrs. Wittfeld. social tone of our town and do all In northeast winds for the past few L. CAMERON. Seedsman, \

fl. J. Austin Hall, has arrived In MIlO Sherman Singleton and Conductor their power to help entertain the visitors days have done the bean crop some 125 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE: FLA. "
and will spend the winter with her Stelnhauser, passed through here a few and friends who may sojourn here thl. damage.Mr. "I-,,'
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"ants. days ago on their way to their fine young season. .
. the beach north-east I. Scott and Chas. Dukes, of Eau Established me.
41r. and Mrs. R. H. Allen Mrs Her- orange groves. on I Gallie, were soliciting In Banyan last
pit Allen and Stewart Baird, who spent of this place.A. Eau Gallie. week. '

yew days here on their way to Key L. Bruner and family, Miss Kate CHAS. R. TTSE1T
have returned. Clark J. W. Bruner, Mrs. Flara Witt. The gentleman from middle Florida, ,, ,
and Carl all a friend of Joel Scott, was In' Banyan
ft feld Miss MAry Master ,
( E. Bond, president of day the went, to the beach at Oceanus In Mr. Happy New Year. last week.. (Successor to The J. R. Tyson Co., Established 1878)) 1
spent a '
. Supply Company,
Bruner's sailboat the Tuesday after The handsome Phenol Between drummers In winter and
stopped
here the end of last week, on buMs -
>fO connected, with his company. Christmas. Mrs. Wlttfeid and childrento here last Friday, southbound. mosquitoes In summer, our life Is one You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending& to me for quotations on
visit hoer mother, Mrs. Black, and returned sweet dream., '
Bulte a number of people are passing& home next day. The rest of the Rumor baa it that a new steamboat Is
to be built for Indian River Gordon Parks of Stuart Christmas Grain Hay Rice Heal' Straw Cotton Seed Bolls and '(
>ugh here for Cuba. The East Coast party rented the cottage of Mrs. Annie traffic. spent :.
e is the popularroute. The distance Dixon and spent a most delightful week ),(r. and Mrs. Merrill and party, of at Bahla, and while here he looked

Miami to Havana is only 208 miles, hunting, fishing and bathing; a novel Tropic, were over In their launch Friday over the pines anq pronounces them A 1. Feed of all Kinds,.

shortest water route by over one way to spend the holidays to some mem. evening, to attend the ball. We failed to attend the ball masque at i!
dred miles. Miami has a thirteen. ben of the party. On the same day W. Eau Gallie but the week before bada ;
we
No meeting of the Board of Aldermen; POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Grave), Cracked
channel, whlcb in all probability D. Owen and family and Miss May Ilou child's ball of our own: stuck a crate
government will increase to twenty ser and Ed. Adams went over In rowtoaUj no tax collector appointed, no sidewalks nail In his heel. Done, etc., etc.
; they occupied Mr. Wethey's cottage repaired, people ready to pay taxes and WHEAT, RYE, Graham Flour, whole winter wheat Flour Breakfast Cereals,
Ilouser and Mrs. Owen took BO one to receive them. Our school progressing, nicely, the ,
Miss '
ether Fontaln who has been pastorhe Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon.

Roman Catholic, church here since the'r them bicycles to the with lighthouse them and at made Cape a tripon Ca- Surgeon Smith Indian U. River S.'N.,retired, whoIs Attendance anxious to get good.an extra The patrons month are on very this FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kalnlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

teginnlng, with the exception of a cruising on Stems Tobacco Post best Canada Ashes Salt
e time last winter, will have chargee naveral, and enjoyed their trip very by his daughter, stopped here Wednesday tern U possible.I etc.
Roman Catholic church at West much. on their way south. notice by the Times-Union and Citizen INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour

.n Beach. Father Fontana ba made the Miss Julia Roberta returned to Cocoa that a barrel of flour can be shipped Sulphur, Bi-snlphlde of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc. .,,
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y friends here. He will be greatly Remember that IJTDIAW RIYZR Tuesday after several days pleasant visit from Jacksonville to Havana via lfE. BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs ,'
ed, not only by the members of his ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printing to her friend, Mrs. B. K. Watts. MissRoberts 0. Ry., for 40 cents-just what It costs Hair, Shingles,'Lath, etc.I '1
the at at short notice. Send them an order I to Banyan. If passenger rates are on
but townspeople
egation, the New Year's ball
o. Father O'Sulllran will take his and be convinced that It U the place to enjoyed I the tame basis "we are gwlne shure MAKE A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will furnish you with t'

e. have Job printing done. Mr. and Mrs. Wro. Kltchell have gone I when crops are off." freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. It



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m j COLOR- and flavor of fruits,- FLORIDA COLLEGE.AGRICULTURAL The Tropical Trunk Line,


and
J quality appearance -

of vegetables, LAKE CITY, FLA., Oct. 5th, 1893. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway]

Dr. II. E. Stockbridge offered the following .

f weight and plumpness of grain, resolution which was adopted : JOSEPH H. DUKKEE, Beceiver.

arc all produced by Potash.Potash "Kesolvcd that the board recognizes

the desirability of bringing the college : 80UT1 In Effeet Jan. I, "99. .
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Into the cjoiiest possible relationship. 'l1oiji "920& l.y..JACK80NVILLE..Ar. 3O.m. 40p m .... :::-'

the agricultural Interests of Florida, and 1I311p DeJ. ..... ....Orange Park.. .... .. 8 am .l4pm ..... ...
..... ... . .. ..... .. ....Peorla. ...... .... .. .... ... .... ... ......
(desires' to place Its efforts at the dispoea boa a 11098 ... .. .Magnoll......... ... 813am 6.46.pm .... .... .. .
; ::::: .... 600am 64Jpm .... .. .
degree 1210a lu 1/jA Oreen Y. Sprlnp. ....
of the public to the greatest possible 1001 11 0IIa ..:. .. ... ..Palat a..!......... 600aJo IIMpm .Io..... 2ti'a
Ii In rendering actual assistance and ....... ....... .... .. .. .. ...... SatBuma.... .... .... .. .. ... .. ...,.... .. .... .... .......
properly combined with Phosphoric ........ ........ .. ... .. .. ...... Pomona...... ...... .. .. .... ... ." ..... ......
I. Instruction to the agriculturists of the .. .... .. .. .. ... lI1Oa! .. ..crescentCltTiJ.nQtlon. .. 3Mam u ()II. pm ...... ..1121)11
and f 40lla 213. 1200p .. .. 330.m : fgPm .. .. .... 113.II \
Acid and Nitrogen, state: 20 a 246 a 1228p .......DeLeon Springs.. .... 2 46a m ..... 1010,
"Recognizing the extent to which the .. .. .... .... .... .. .... .. ....OlenwOOd .. .... .... .. .... .. .... ... .. .....,.
|t :; liberally applied, will improve 6110 P 301 a 12 Mp ..... .......Bereatord.2.22.. m .3M.pm...... ,. 8 h
organized Farmers, Institutes have contributed LY .. ....... 340 ... ..
72i! a .. ... 1 2ltp Ar ... pm. ......
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.... .DeLan d .. {
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t soil and increase yield toward similar ends In other 620 a 1230p LT At 416pm .... .... .
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j every 708 a i7' 102p ..... .Oranjte CUyJuno... ... 210am. 34 pm ...... 8U'tI
states, It Is hereby voted that the Professor 3up ..Enterpl e .... .... .. ... ..1.... 320 I) m ..... .. ....
\\1 and quality of any crop. ::::: :: ::: .: 3 l p r ::::.TITUSVILLE.LY ........ .... +130pm .. .... ....:'
of Agriculture] of the college be .. .... ........ 644" .... .......Mt. Dora....... .... ... ....... .. ........ .... .... .......
\ Write and Free our pamphlets, which authorized to arrange, organize and hole .. ... .. .... ... 7 Olp ...........Tavarea.... ... .. .. .. .. .... .. ... ..
: L. get 800a 3Ma ........ ......... 140.m
tell how .to buy and use (fertilizer with one Farmers' Institute In each county of ... .. 4 2a .. ............ ..... .. .. .. 1210P 216Pm:
I ; greatest economy and profit. state where local residents or organizations ....... 700a 42p ... ........Lakeland... .. .. ... : gP : 620tm
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940 a 41Op! ... .......lJartow. ... .. .... ..
OEl nAN KALI WORKS apply for assistance, and offers assurance :::::::: 110a 101l 1) r..PnntaGorda..LT 325pm 1800 pm .......
1. .... .... 817 a 3IIp ...... .....Tampa.... .. .. ... 731pm am .......
i 93 Nassau St., New York. of satisfactory cooperation provided .. .... .. ... .. ....Tampa Bay Hotel. .. .. . ... ... .. .....
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that the college]/ U not responsible] TIME I LOW RATES 8M a 8 20p Ar...... Port Tampa..Lv 700p m ci'iO. ......
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SAFETY COMFORT QUICK. :::::::: lIlon.Tbur. Sat. 9 OOp LA..Port Tampa..Ar 200 P m ues .......
for local expenses, and the railroads furnlsh Tuell Fri & un 3 OOp Ar..Key West..Ly 7110 p me. on. ..
/ : the college]/ representatives! with Finest Cul.ln and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. ::::::.: WedSat&lIIon: 6001\ .. .. ... .. .... .. 1 30p m Wed.Sat.&lIlon. '...."...
BRIDAL FASHIONS.T : The Fleet is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i i"Comanche"

transportation, free. "Algonquin "Iroqnols "Cherokee "Semlnole." Daily, t Daily except Sunday. JMon.'Wed.and Frl.
II. E. STOCKBRIDOE. Train I leaving Jacksonville 9:20: a. m. arrives Gainesville 1 :OS! p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., Leestn'Trains' :

T IE GOWN OF GOWNS AND FINE North-Bound. 850 '
21 and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Cars between Cincinnati and 'Tam'
i i FROCKS THAT ACCOMPANY IT. FINE VOLUME. Steamers are a Olnted to sail according. to the tide. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passcngen t
I ANOTHER From JACKSONVILLE. FLA., (call .ng at CharI6lton.), undays. Tuesdays and Thursday.. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.
I'I From CHARLKSTUN. 8. C.. )fondays. Wednesdays and FridaYI.I INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
Standard books are ever welcome I For hour of aal11ng "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily papers.
Gromtrnln Silk Itfturnn to Favor-The Indian River Steamers leave Titusvllle 4:00 p. m., Mondays, Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thu
Drlde'c Gotrn Very I'lnln or Very when they come to us in forms and bindings South-Bound. days for St.,Lucie Riveiand intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titusvllle WednesdaiJ!
to sail trom Pier 211 E et River, New m.. followa : Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays at 12 noon. "
I I51nl>ornte Ilrlilenmnld Dm In representing all the embellishments For Steam CHARLESTON en are appointed, 8. C.. . .' ff&ZV and Fridays. W. B. COFFIN O. D. ACKERLY,

rnlm And Wear IMrtnre Ha*' of the art of bookma ln Such a book For JACK80NVlLI.J:, F.LA.,(calling at Charleston), Mondays. Wednesdays and Fridays General Superintendent. General Passenger Age]

Materials] for bridal toilets brides- is Wm. Ewart Gladstone, published by Clyde New England and Southern LInesFreight( only.)
..
(Calling at Charleston, S. C., both ways) --- ;:::
taaida gowns and wedding reception The Dominion Company, Chicago, a "STEAMERS"

costumes wera'never before BO rich and copy of which has just come to our desk. are appointed to sail as follows. :

varied as they are today. The high noon The contents are well arranged, the 1 illustrations ] From foot TIIUltSVAY8.of Holtan Streot.; Jack.tonvUle, From Lewis'rKlJUAxo Wharf, Boston-. i Florida East Coast Ry

wedding, which is more popular than ''are fine, the print is clear

ever, gives woman almost unlimited and neat and the binding is superb. The St. Johns River Line. TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN .EFFECT MAY 18, 1898.
scopelu the matter of dross.' Ivory satin Clyde's
Dominion Company Is forging aheau as
I duchense in Ktlll the favorite material] the ]leading western publishing house Jackaonvllle, Palatka, Sanford.I Enterprise Fla. and intermediate landings on the St.John's River. 80UTH BOUND (!teatS Dowu). NORTH BOUND (Read Up

for bridal gowns though a rich, heavy, -The elegant Sidewheel: Steamer iN i
No 86
white groEgrain silk, such as our grand- making a specialty of fine subscription "CITY OP JACKSONVILLE." loa D a II y 8T.ATIONS. No.Dalll Dalll

books. Having salespeople in nearly. tiAPT. W. A. SHAW.Is 1 iiP .......................... .. /) ......... ......... ..... .. ..,Ar e 4-ip &x8.i 1ii:
every nook of the country, the company appointed to sail as follows: lOp 108Ua Ar............................S ,AUIrU.UB..... ......... ..............Lv II SSp 8
I.eave JacklonvUle, Sundays, Tuesdays and Thursdays 3:30: p in 'l p 10 B. a ......................... ... .._................ ....... ..., 118""" 81 a
enjoys a large and growing trade. As i Leaves Sanford Mondays Wednesdays and Fridays 9:00 a m 1J'HJa ." ....It... . .... ..... .. ... ..Hast nrs. ..... .. ...... ,'. ... .. 'Lv p II O a

this company has a known reputation NORTH BOUND. '11 Ijp If5i. Ar................ .... ........Pmtla... .. .. .. .. ,. ... .. .. .. ."... ..Ly : lip T5
SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. Read up. ._'IOp 10 4\a! Ly.... .... .. .. . .. . .. .Palalk. . .. . .,... .. .. ..Ar .P
for liberality towards its agents and fair Read down. I! ......... ... .... .. .. Mat.o. .... .. ..
Ar. .Saa ... .... .. ..... ... .. .Lv Sap: ....
treatment of them in this Leave 3.30 p. III. ........ ........ .. .. .....Jacksonville............. ... .... .... Arrive 2.00 a. m. I20 1 20a Ly.... .... .... ....... ..... ....S&II Mal_... . .. .... .... .. . .... .Ar e 12...
an ...
agency/ .. .... .... .... .... ...... .. ...I'alatka.... .. .... .... ........ Leave 8.00 p. m "
8.45 p. m. TIOitT'HtJIJ. Ly........... ..... ... .......Jialt: .. .... .
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Palato. .... "i !
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.. .. ... .... .... .... .... ....... .... 2.30 p. m ip
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community for the above book, or some .. 3.00 a. m. ........ .. ... .. Astor ...... ... ... ... ...... .... II i.oo p. m e I 00p .to. ............... ................Onnond...... ............ ............. .. 303p 14.\ .
4.30 a. m. .. .... .... ...;... ..... .St. Francis. : ; .. I ............ ... ..... ..... ..
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Ililp, lip .Dayton. .. .. .......... ..... ... 21i2n
other this .. ..... .. ........ 12.00 a. m 7021
published by would .. ... ... .. .
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company, II a. m. ..., .:...... ... .. Beresford. f02p 12'4> ............................PQrt Ora.c..o' ..
be a source of considerable profit to the .. 6.00 a. m. .... .... .... .... .. .....Blue Springs.. ....................................... II" 11.00 9.00 a.a. m m. l2p;; 15. ;\ ... .... .......... ........ .....New Rmr.rn. .... ................. .... .. 22Up 2Hp 86a es.:?.
) Arrive. 8.30 a. m. .... ...... .. ... ... .;..... ..Sanford.... .. .... .. .... .. .... II 9.30 a. m.Gen'l ...... 22Jp .................. .... ... .....Oak HIU. .... .. ... .......... .... 1'4p.....
.. ... .
one fortunate enough to secure it. Interested 925 a. m .... ..:... .... ...........Enterprise........ .. ..... ao'p ...... ....... ..... ........ .. .Tttl1R..III. .... ... ... .. .. .... ...... ... .. 1114p .....
readers should write 204 W. St. Jac sonvl1Ie. ...... a8.jp .................... .......... City Point.......... .. .... .....:.. .... .. 12SJp .. ....
the company Passenger and Ticket OffIce. Bay ..... 1143p ............................. :. Coroa ...... ................. ....... .. 122'Jp ......
for full particulars. ...... 8t7p ........................ .... Ror.kJltdfi'e.. ......... .. ... ....... .... .. 1218D .....
W. II. WARBURTOV, T. P. A., I F. M. IRON-MONGER: JR., Fla. Pass. ARt. ...... 'IR:> ...... ...... ...... ........... Eau Aalll. ............ ;....... ......... .. 114a;:; .....
8 Bowline Green New York. 204 West Hay St., Jacksonville, Fla. .... 42:>p .............................Melbourn. .. . .... .. ... ...... ...... IIllia! ....
C. P. LOVELL, Asst. Fla. Supt.. I JOHN. L. HOW A RU. Superintendent. ..... 5 12p ........;........... .. ...,... tsebaRtilln.... .. ......... ...... ...... .. 1" IiOa .'....
A Dlltln Uoo. ack8onvlle( Fla. Foot Hogaii St., Jacksonville, Fla. ... ... (,011) .. ......... ....... ............ 8t. Luol...... .. .... ... ... .... ..... .. II 117/1 .....
"Isn't that of TIIEO. O. EG Kit, T. M., 6 Bowling Green New Vork ..... 112 p ....................... .... .Fort Plerc. .. .... .... ...... ...... ....... IIlI'fa .....
uew neighbor yonra WM. f. CLYDE oil CO., General Alenta. .... 49p ............. ................... Eden.. .. ... ........ ....... .. .... 911a ....
rather eccentric?" inquired. the commercial S Bowline New York. 1:1: So- Delaware Ave., Philadelphia.MALLOBY .... ; 611 p ...............................Jenllen ........... ..... ........ ....... \I 06a ....
travelen en. ...... 705p .. '............................ .. Stuart.. ....... .......... ..... ... ... 865. .".....
.... 7118p ............. ...............'Rob.Hound.... ...... ... ... ... ... .. .... 821a ....
"No, answered one of the village's .... 15 ".. .. ....................... W'Rt Juplt.r .. .. ... .... ............... .. 807a ...... ,
prominent citizens. "He ain't rich STEAMSHIP LINE. .... 8 SOp .. ..._....................We.t Palm eaoh ..... ... ............. ... 730& ......
...... 900p .. .............. ........ .. .. ..LIBtoD. ... .:. ...... .. ... ... ....... 6/ija/ .... A
enough to be called 'eccentric. He's ...... ''p .. ........... ...............For. Laadflrdal....... .. ........... ... Ua .. .., ;\
just a plain crank. "-Washington Star. Florida, New York, ....... 10 22p ............................ LemoD City.. .. ... .... .. ... .. .. ... ... IIl\Ia; .....
Philadelphia and Boston. .. .. 10 BOp Ar.. ....... .. .... ... ... [laml.. .... . ... .. . Lv 8Jai

Cash For Antiques.. From Brunswick, (via Port Royal S. C.,) to New York. BETWEEN NEW S31YRNA AND OUANGE CI'I'Y JU C'l'JO\.

"Scgnsta wants ua to for the PASSENGER SEKVICE. 1 STATIONS. :! Ko. '
DnIDK'S GOWN. pay" np 10 lOa Lv... ...... ... ... .......N." Smyrna. ..... .. ... ......Ar Th p 555;
forts and Morros we captured. To make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville Ion Oil!) nasa".. ........... ........ ....... T..a1t.HeflD: ) ...... ........... .. ...' .Lv 124'm 40 ,
mothers took their marriage vows 'in, is "Say he'd bo glad to have us come Thursday at II:00 p. m., via Kernandlna close connection Brunswick.with 120p 120Zp ....... ............... .Oranr. City.. .... ... ...... ....... .. 122\1p 1144,
bidding for favor. Gras do londres is over to Spain and capture a lot more Cumberland Supper will be Route served steamers immediately at Fernamlina on leaving for Fernandlna. .8 !)112 lOp Ar.. .. .. .. . ..Oraac. City Junotlon... . .... . 12 25p : 11.AU \(

aa old weavo returned under a new under the same arrangement"-Cleveland Passengers go at once on board Alallory steamer on arrival. at taID' betw.en N.w Smlrna aad Oranlr. Cltl Jiluotion Dally except Iunday.IEY .

name and is being utilized to some extent Plain Dealer. lirunswlck. WEST AND HAVANA.ft.

I and so are heavy corded silks in .

1 rep and bayadere effect. Attachment PROPOSED SAILINGS .te Dl.hlll. City .t K.y We." or 'b. Florida k.' Ooas' SteamliIp Company leave.
Wedding at either "Dear me, exclaimed the soubrette Lv. New York Pier 21 E. R., 3 ::001). m., (Standard Time.) Lv. Brunswick. Hlaml for Ja, W.s. On Honday!. Wedu.sdayS and Fridays .f.r arrival of tralu from Jack.IIOnvUl. .
gowns are one extreme the Friday Jan 6. .. .... .. ."... .... .. .. .COLORADO. . .... ..... .I. .... ....Friday Jan. 13 .. mal n, cODneot1oll' a' A." W.st wHit .te&n1... for Havana. Lttay. Key Wolt 1:11I:
of the other when it comes to de- as elephant passed by, "I wish my Friday, 13....... .... ... .... .. .. S..HIO ORANDE....... ... .. .. ... .. ..Friday, .. 20 p. DI.. (s\andard. tim.) on Tuesdays. Thuradal. aad & 1I1'daVl. arrim, KI..I D.d moralI,
eign-very plain] or very elaborate. It trunk was attached to me like that. '' Friday. 1W).... .. .. ".... ...... .. .. .COLORADO... .. .... .. .. .. ..... .. ..... .Friday, 27 Ia .... .. ._eot wUk Dorth bol1lld train.
And then she thought of the attachment Friday, 27"":: ...... .. .. ..... .. ...RIO GRANDE. .... .. ..I. .. .. .. .. ....Friday, Feb. 3 '!'h... Tlml Table.
is considered bad form for a young bride .bow the time. a. whloh train.aDd boat. may be expltCted'0 arrh..14
For geuer&llnform&tlon. steamers, trains rates etc., apply to any railroad agent or to depan from the
s.veral
.tation. and
tho sheriff had ports. bu. their arrival
but the bridal on her Saratoga Upper or departure at the tlm"
to wear any simplest of A. P. l\1UIU'HY.Agent. Z o W. Bay St. Jacksonville. lta\ed Is JlO' ,uarant.ed, Jlor dou $hI OOmpallY Alold It..1t r"polll1bl. tor d.la .
or 1A1
robes; such as one fashioned of ivory Sandusky, and her bright eyes filled II. II. RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga. .equ.un.. arlsln, ther.froll1. any
satin ducheEBe without any trimming with tears.-Vim. C. MALLORV General Agent, Pier 20, E. River, and 3U2 Broadway N. Y. For copy of local tlm. card oaUa. .. W... BaT S......, JacbonYiIl.. or addr",

J. P. BJOOJWITB. Tram. U.'u. J. .0. HAHNER. ,A. G. P. .A.
whatever single of
except spray orange 8 A.CU"I...
blossoms at the waist. The skirts of

wedding gowns are much trimmed, bow- ACTIVE SOLICITOUS for "The Story WANTED of the I'hillnpines.EVEUY" Florida Central & Peninsular Railroad
ever and some of the newest designs
,
by Muratllalsiead, commissioned by tIle Government 1 -
show considerable drapery. as OtUclal Historian to tlie War Depart .
ment. The book was written in army Gumps at
Autumn brides have adopted the eemi- Ban Kranoltico on the I'aclflo with General Merrltt :

polonaise, like that shown in the first in the hospitals at Honolulu,in Hong Kong Time Table in Effect Dec. 10, 1808. Southern---- -
in the American trenches at Manila, in the .
cut This gown has a petticoat and train surpent camps with ApuIiwUlu, on the deck in-of ; ; ",.

of heavy white moire, with a broad the Olympia with Dewey.and In the roar of the
satin stripe while the overdress is of battle at the fall of Manila, llonanza for a ent.. ..:; \ ..; ..; .
,
lrImfiil of original pictures taken by government : : = NORTHERN POINTS li1145a 5
plain] Eatin, the points being edged with photographers on 'he spot.\ Large book. = c; ; 5i 3*H ; 3 O;3 !; gj _u .u .Railway.MOST .
chiffon Low |>rlo,,". Jilir profits. Freight paid. Credit
ruching and further decorated irlvon. Drop all trashy miolliolal war books.Ontntfree. 3'4'5 43 ii-: :: 80iia842a :::::-; 7 OOp Lv..JlI.Ok onvl\le...Ar ::: ::: 90UaTana :::::: 8 Sip 9 Ma O&CpBlOp EXCELLENT .
with pearl applique in a floral design. Adllrell....-." T. Harber, See'y, Star 430a B20p65dp ... ... .,. .. 740|> Lv.<.. ..Yulee.: ....Ar .. 818.\ .. .. .. 831p 8 (Mia SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.
The full vest ia of chiffon and the plain, Insurance ItUlK-, Chicago.Notice.. : .... U20alUlOa .. .. .. U40p Ar".I<.Fernandlna. .... : .... 70 p T3Ua 7 OOp740p
6'l'o'a743a 7 Iftp .,.... .. .. .. Slip: Ar... Everett,.....ArAr. ... 660a508a/ .... B4.r|p 630a NORTH EAST
tight sleeves are of satin embroidered in : 1.11:111.: .,... ... ... .... ,. Hr mis wick. .Lv .. .... . ....... 6010p.) .. .. .. ... WEST.
pearl, to match the trimming. .. ... ... ... .... U20aUB5a .. .. 1115pI Ar..Savannah. ...Lv .. .... 4. a :.. .. 447p44dp .. .. ... .. ..
... ..... 8 OOpU : .. .. .. 112. p Lv.. ..8I1vannah. .Ar ... .. .... ... .. Through Pullman: Drawing Room Cars f
No bride of good taste er appears inn .. ... .. .. :!3p1045p 1201n .... 'Ma. Ar. Fairfax S. C.Lv .... 5Kla) U ;tna 21Tp .. ... Dining Cars, norouiilitare. Coaches,
low necked eleoveless gown but yokes In the Circuit Court, In and for Brevard, .' ... .. .. : IMp .. .. .. 22BaOMa ..DenmarkSO .. .. .. 308a 3 lOa 1 30p :.:: : .. .... V c.tlhu.d( I ruins.
and County Florida: .. .. .. .. .. .... 93. p .. .AugustaOa .. .. .. .. 'Oo' S 20.1 .... ... .. .
sleeves of transparent: materials, .. .. .... .. .. ., 40Sp. .. .. 424a Colinnbla.S. O. . 12 47a ..... 11B5U02.1a: .. .. "NEW YORK AND FLORIDA UM1T2D." .
such as ruched chiffon and shirred tulle -IN' CHANCERY. .... .. . .. . .. ... .. .. 11 'Ia Spartanburg, SO" . 110011.... .. .... '... .. .. "
will bo in this full and Aaron A. 1>e()rauw, *) ... .. .. .. .. . .. .. .. ... .. 14. 11 AKhevllle.N. .. .. .. .. 20.\1'| .... .. .. .... ..., Tills m.igniliccnt tnln will rnu n' s'rvlc > on .1 iniiirv iii, ,Q'1.V .
vogue winter. "8. .. .. .. .. .. 81/\11/ .... 9KU1047a Charlotte, N.: C. :: .. .. 10 20|1) .... : ..:. .: : :: : "\
Either material has! softening effect Norman R. Johnstone and > Itlll to Foreclose .. .. . .. .. .... 93: 1' . Salisbury, N. C. ... 8l51'! .. .. .. 8i7a .. .. .. .. ASI1INTO0) SOU, r 'Wtr : :U.. LltH U ,;."
about tho face. True lovers' knots of Ills wife Kutlier Johnstone [ Mortgage .. .. .... .. ... 10 4'lp .. 12 lOp Greensboro N. C ... 7201'| .. ... 7054SBiia .... Thr
et. al. j .. .. .. .. .. ... liMp .. .... 130p:: Uanville, Va.Richmond :: .. .. GOTp .. .. .. :: .... : :: : :: isnV* tibiil-j Ur4.viiu'-i! <'i. il'-pnn{ Oirs, tvtwien TAMPA anj NEW' YORK via
Foft white rib on uro usuil to ornament al'llI'arlnjl 1>Y the altlduvlt of I). L. Raulden .. . . .. .: ... 6 h' . 6,1'; ,:a. ... 12 OlIn . 2003.IMll) . .. . Jacksiinv.il?, :bjvjinmh: Jiu Columbia, wit.nuiclunj8 ,
wedding IT ) tor( the In this . .. .... .... 1KU33Aa: .. 3 1' Lynchburg, Va. .,.. .. 3MI' ... 3411.1.. .. .. .. .. UNITED '
gowns. attorney the defendants complainant\ Norman R. Johnstonu caue.that .. . ....... .... .. .. II 2IIp ClKirlottesvllle, ., ..... .. 2 HII' .. .... ... sTA IBS FAST nA.. ...."
Just now it is too proper thing to and his wife Esther JoiMitttone, nonresidents .. .... . .. ... 6421\ .. ,,,. lIo. p Washington ... .. 1111111 :::: 1043a .. .. :. ., Pullman
have the bridesmaids dressed; in 1 paira,. of the State of .Florida Bint are are both .. .. ... .. 8 OOa .. .. 11 :.!. p" ItaltlmoreVhlladelphla .... .. U 4''a .... U2lp ... .. ... Drawlns-Room Buttot SI..plnlt qan between JACKSONVILLE snj NEW YORK-
of and that overthe .. . .. .. . 10 15,1n .. .... ''WU023a II II .. ... 720a ,.:: U.Mp .... .. ...
t each couple being ia a different color. age; in the twenty-one State of years Florida service there of is nolierson ... .. .. .. 4.ip830p ,,.. New York .. .. 121ia: ::.. 43p) :: Embracing Lynchburg, Obarlo le vllie.
Grosgruiu silk which ia softer and \\ upon whom would bind the said defend-a subpoena ... . .. .... .. .. SOUp ".... llostou. ....." ..... 600p .. ..:: 9 OOa ..:::: :::::: Washington, Baltimore and Philadelph a.CHATTA.NOOOA. .
R. Johnstone ,
Norman and '
Hits, and that the said Norman R.Ksther John .. ... .. .. .. 7 Olp Lv .Jickionvlllo ArAr. .... .. .. .. ...... 81\. 1I p Pullmnn .. .
and stone Estliitr: Johnstonu rusldu at and Johnstone their I .. ... .. .. . .. U1MBooa 1) .... Bverett. ... Lv .. ..... .. .... .. .. ,. 6'iOu T40p1'JiKin Dmwlnj-Ioom 51."ln!!' en. 10 C.OS. ATLANTA. CIN.CINNATI.
is Metallo Art ('0., No. KM address 3411"\l \. .... . .. .. ... ) \ .... Atlanta ... .' ... .... ... .. 10 DOpUlOp : LOUI VIL E, KAN "S CITY .nJ T. LOUrs
, 1 Anderston, < HUhop said street, ..... .. .. .... 03111\ ..Chattanootra.. .. ... . .. .. .. 64i\a
Informed and Glasgow believes.England It Is therefore so ulllunt ordered ts .. ... ...... ... .. 7'3011[ .. .Cincinnati ,. .. .. .. ... . 1401No. ,\) Through Pullman Slteplng: Cars to

that the ,defendants Norman K. Johnstone and Cincinnati via Go umbla and Ashvllle the (
his wife Esther Johnstone be required to apuearanil ..30,38 and 34 make connection for Hrunswiok.arrlvlni llrunswlck 7 ::41,11.20 a in ami 8:15/ n mniHcttvely. through
\ answer complainant's bill of complaint on Kor New Orleanx train leaves Jaoksouvllle II:''IJ a. m., with through sleepers, ar- "
1.11 the rlv nit !'Iew Orleans THO a. m. Only throuiih Bleeper line. Arrives .Jacksonville from Xew ,Or.lean. LAND OF THE SKY. "
SIXTH 1UY OF MARCH, An WO 11M I" 10. .
SLEEPING CAR SEUVICE.
or said bill will be taken as confessed and the 1No 1 DOUBLE DAILY LIMITED TRAINS FOR'CINCINNATI
*. 35 ami 33 Past 11111.11. between New York and VIA EVERETT
complainant\ Ixj allowed to proceed eX'luute'Ith Sleeper Jacksonville and the (Cincinnati .
said cause. 'leeper via shevllle. -
11 is further ordered tli_t this order tie pub Nog, 37 anil :M carry thrmul1sleel: per between Jaoksonvlllo and New York In connection with For demlle.1lnformatloll .. to rates. scheJule5. '
lished once each week for flu-lit consecutive $ and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleeper between Jacksonville\ anil Tampa: the Southern Rallw.y or 11$ (Onn< weeks the INDIAN RIVKU ADVOCATE a newspaper No. 30 carries Cincinnati Florida and Havana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and ,
I \ published at ]Titusvllle Itrovard county ChllttanQojtl&. ThU U brought to Jacksonville by No. 33. These trains also handle the St. Louts
Florida. (via Louisville) and the Kansan City (vU Memphis) through sleepers between those cities and W HUNT Plorid 1'aw. Agt. 212
Witness the Hon. Minor S, Jones. Judge of iacksouvlllev Welt Bay St., Jacksonville Fta.
said court, as well as the seal of said court at 1"011.2\1! > and 30 handle through sleepers between Jacksonville and Cincinnati s No. 30 opens at \. M. cUJ.r. W.A.TURK. 8. II. HARDWICK
the court house at 'Tltus\llle this December 01'111 i at Jacksonville for I'ullman passengers.: Traffic Manager. GeD. l'a
17th imw.deo23IW baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will stilt be sold at the city ticket W &HIH"TON, D. C. WA.HIN""ON 5. jt. A..r. Gen' P.... "'lit.
1', office, 20-J Hnean Street, a* well as at the Union depot ticket office D. C. ATLANTA. GIo
; \ A. A. STEWART, 'r. T.A.tmil'MAN A.O.l'.A. ." 0. AV1UUHT.: mI. Vass. Att.( 203 W Bav St. Effect December 18, 1898 .
[Seal ) Clerk Circuit Court. A. O. MacUOXELL Oeu. Vass. Agent.
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I t JlUU>KS U.1I>:i' DKKSSE8. Citation.
FOR SALE. Home-Grown
wears bettor than taffeta has to a largo -- ... YOU GROW FRUIT? oJHB AMERICAN FRUIT GROWERS' JOURNAL
extent next of kin of Joe Lemon who died Chlcar efler 'BOtiiO .ort.
euperceilud tills nmtorlal, and of trUE for tll. tift ti etsi

courSe (ho delicate shadca Bro the cues 16th' Id'W In IIr'varolcol\l\Iy.'lorlda., and all others. whom It about may # PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS Harketla nb.crlbar.,..... If'I'll. tlrat priM I. m. ..coad .coael..4 third. .rtle'SlOe ."...........Caltun.. 'I'll.. coatest Pacld.I.,... SIII'fll'

usually selected.At concern are hereby notified that six wevki after # dnola. Jlc1I1.I"'I you.are BOt a nbaeribar 10a slloa14 be _,,way. Oal7 pabllcatloa la AID.ne.
to
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the first publication hereof tivwiti Itocember th.IU1er.\.f tll.
I fralt ,.r..r.' O 1c1&1 .. I'rst
noon aud afternoon the Iftrd. A U IAUH, and their failure Or the Growera UBlon. Sead S1.00 for or.. flf Ua. Americaa
weddings t attendants do on his e tate. I will appoint { <.. ne fal .atlaon ",Ill pabUall14 I. ,
not wear decollete gowns, > > ....aaerlcan I'nlt Ua. Olrtataaaa iNa.. XftfT te... .1 ,Ia'
N. Hatch or soma creditor of said emme of Joe Gro.ers'Joarnal wortla a .
though they not infrequently appear la Lemon or other tit person to kdnilnlster on his Abbaka,. Porto Rico, Egyptian Queen, Golden Queen, Ripley Queen, Smooth QiOwus'nb'c'l tlo.l JOUIUW.o.1oa.Saa A44re.. UEIlICAM J.ar'fliUlT: : $50 00 IN. 'GOLD

i j transparent yoke and lh 6ve.. Whole estate lu Florida. Cayenne Pernamtraco and Red DIep 1aIW1alo.QlICAGO.. ILL. .
i gowns are made of dotted or striped net V). L. GAULPEN Spanish: :

I Over Bilk and are fashioned to look aa Titnsvtlle, Fla., County Judge.' Apply to O,. C. MATTHAMS Florida Pineapple] Co.,

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-tI1C-)'car-round. OKMOND.: CANNING VEGETABLES. SOCIETIES ETC. -

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ATLANTA, OA.ITEL HOTEL COQUINA ORMOND-BY-T1IE-SEA, FLA. T..I. 0aH... Drill at the Armory, over county jail,every
"Stale vegetable pan never be tuoooiwf fueaday evening in the nuiHth.S o'clock.
C. It. STkWAItr: Ca; [>t..ln.
nlly canned and the year's supplyof
I Open for the Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.
prime canned ones cnn now be purchased
I ?.1'. S. C. E.
MRS JI. VANCE, Proprietor, no cheaply by the wholesale that Meet celery Sunday' evening at 6:JO o'clock
there is little economy lu doing the At the Prei
d: work at home-unK'M one prows the
1 i, stock. At the fjjl1Iltime there Is no ORDER: OOOIJ n: It'I.AM.
w1 MELROSE HALL ORMOXD
FLORIDA more risk iu canning vegetables! than TltiiMllle l.clljtf' No. IT meet every TiirniU
evenlnn 7::10 In Prt-ubvlerliin church IliMio
fruit. Tho same general rules apply to
On the Halifax River, and ono mile from the Sea; situated In a prove of lunch nicrtliiK Unit TniM>ilHy In inch month.
X" + :, palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths. and heated by hot both although vegetables require C. A. UAllI>Stn.' (J.V.. SCOHIK! :,
longer cooking thau fruit. No tartario $&c t ("" T.
water. First-class In every respect.Facilities .
P' for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate acid or other preservative! not even Bait, -- --=- <:- =.
is (,oiitinl. lino glass self Dealing fruit
Cilultell EM.EtSCOPAI. .
Address: SCOUIE LIPl'INCOTT.
: jars and nave for the variations named, -'-' -- <-
4 proceed us with fruit," recommends : nirncii.fltrvlcc .
TITUSVILLE.IN'RIAN' Katherine B. Johnson in Oood Housekeeping
Suit ami 4th Sumlayn in pnch
in preface to tho followlugroolp,8 month,at II a. in. and ::1111'| in. Annual! I'IIIN.I
Fi : every Hiimliivat P.m;: i,, in. Evening i fujrr at
rfi'S l Ii Sp. m. on \\\eilneii)". Litany n.nlci
i r.j to ny RIVER I30TEL, Canned Corn.-Split the kernels lTrlil y at in a1, in. t\'l'rr:

f 4.tr lengthwise and scrape carefully from Archilcncon. F. Ilnow, Hector.PKKNIIYlhltlAN .
TITUSVILLE the cob. Shako tho jar down often in ---- < -------<-----<-- -y

.! f VD filling, to pack aa closely as possible. : : fllL'KCII.:

'-s- _t .:+ INDIAN HlYJm, Add no water until ready to veal. Boll Services every SaM.Rih At I II I A. m.AI..11"30".III.
( steadily four hours 1111 to overflowingand slipt.'I'rayerh"wilog Snmlny m-hool at lIt' n. m., (ico, W. Arable.
FLORIDA.J. en \\'t'dllp"III\" euiinic
noul. 17:30.: The imlillc me cordially Invited to atUMII -
our ner loi' .
Pens and Bl'R1I8.-I"r\pllro green peas
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s G. BAST, and shelled or string beaut ns for tho --_-
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f table, pack closely in the jars, fill the CHPRCII.Mcoiul .
a Manager. latter with cold water and cook steadily Preaching and
every fourth
Sundaysmorning
ATLANTA
GA.
ARAGON three hours. Don't fail to fill every jar situ owning. IVajer linings e\rry
The Palace Hotel of the South. to overflowing; with boiling water before Wednesday eviilnK at TMNI o't11o'k. Hnmtay
' Open all the Kch'N.1'tr, Sunday Ht I:41: a. in. AlmiMTUchnirrlnit -
Year.
'American and European plans We cordially Invite the patronage of the best adjusting( the rubber and cover, nor 8nnilay at Udraiige. All cordially
tmercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located, only three blocks to wrap closely iu brown paper when Invited to attiMid.
a Union deoot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smoke ready for storage. E. N. Itr1.L I'lietor.
iI Only a few minutes
:i trains. Every modern improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled uWa m o i u ui wi m !N'i i ,u + -
> walk from Tomatoes are such n watery vegetable
Hallway stations
my hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Hates American plan METHODIST! CHURCH.
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that cooking them uncoveredin
and steamboat land we prefer
0 to,$4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. Rc utarservlecaevrry nmt third and' fourth
i GEO. W. COLLIER Jr. .a In g lI. a largo agate saucepan. Pure, nlico Sumliik at II a. dal. und TH: | I'. m. (Mindav.
. Manager.. 4' t i, t? On the banks of the and stew. slowly for one hour. Then tchool' every Sunday AliI}:'IH) a. m. Enwortr.:

.,,,,"_.,. far-famod Indian Hlver. dip into hot jars and seal at once. Leaguececl1Auuduy Ht 3:1/11'. m. Prayer meetIng -
Thurnda.x
every lilnhtat 7:151
( o'clock. 'rhe
ATLANTA OA. Tomatoes Canned Whole. Select [j dl... Aid Hovlcty meet every WedneHday
be at 3:00: p. m. };
Holland rather small, firm specimens Wash and III rv h'ea. vt'rlH'dy welcoma at our church
ItOCKLKDGU.Net .
27-29 Auburn Avenue. wipe, but do not remove the skius Rev A. D. 1'F.NNItI'.tor..
t Bake in an agate pan until the skin

Two Blocks from Union depot. All Modern Conveniences. During; the month of December will shrivel, then carefully slip into hot CATHOLIC CHURCH.Bervlreii .

, be conducted in family stylo. Opened jars, oover with the boiling liquid (adding at 10 a. m. every RIIII.IAIn new
| MRS. F. A. VOORIIEES, Proprietress, water if necessary) and eI. When Church building North Tltimvllle. Chlhlreu'i.
regularly January 2nd. Shell roads catechlmn at 8 1". m.
>Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 per day. Phone Rockledge "Hotel ready to serve, remove the skin.' ?y, F. O'liovLR:, Rector.MUNICIPAL. .
1629. Horses, boats for fishing, anillaunch ; Pumpkin and squash are finally and

canned at homo, either by
l' LITIIIA SPRINGS ; all for use of guests. Haws, successfully .
GA.
baking or steaming. When baked or
I $2.SOand $3 per day. Special weekly stewed slowly until tho water is nearly ---- ---- 1

(te S wee t wa t er Park Hotel t I LITHIA SPRINGS, GA. On Indian River. rates until January 15th.; Send for evaporated, the former makes much Mayor! AilliiMiiar TOWN llrnily COUNCIL., ; nlilcrinonI. .Ino. M.
MOST BEAUTIFUL RESORT HOTEL booklet. II. richer pies than the pumpkin of the Dlxon! W. It. Kniix.hm.' ii.l. Walker, Minor H.
, AND GROUNDS IN THE STATE P. SHARES, Proprietor, market. June, ii:. I., llriulj j ancrHnori John Henry!
(Situated twenty milea west of Atlanta cleiknml, ireannreri ('. H. HchnjI.Ti; nlllrtlhaallll'IIIII'I'llIra
on main line of Southern Railway A Rockledge, Fla. l i M. t>'. .linira Jr The council
commodious, modern, high-grade: hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine Cold Hope For Plotur Framing, Kto. iiicetn ft rat Tupxday In ouch soon tlu.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring and its health- -. Gold rope has, been much employed

producing bath. Magnificent bath house in connection with hotel and WEST PALM DI ACU. ,in picture frames, and The Decorator HOARD OF TRADE. I
under the same.roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths.
> and Furnisher mentions some other !Meet ntervRcconil \\citlilraciay n1lthtrlll each
Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. IIICKEY" Proprietor month at sail;( )o'clock In
good use of it. For the dividing linen room over! l'OaloftlclI.
| Lithia JiulioM.H..Iiiiiiw. prculi'ent; 'VIII... ,
Springs Ga.
of rooms for accentuating architecturallines trciiHiireri; ,1.(1. liMIt, secretary /
,I Dry atmosphere, beautiful drives, every facility for outdoor sport. Seminole Hotel and for the formation of panels .

nothing could bo more desirable. COUNTY OYYICEItS.flCIIOOL .
f JACKSONVILLE. AH ordinarily applied to picture frame
OPEN ALL THE YEAH.. manilla of suitable
it hut usually beeu rope HOARD.

J New WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA filzo. But the effect of the gold or J. M. Dlxon. Tltunvlllcj n. N. Andrews,
bronze is usually lost by not knowinghow Cocoa; H. I'. lm, Mvlboiirne.
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e rave ers 110161 t I This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience. Close to :
III Management. the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel to treat the ropo before gilding or
with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00:! per day andupwards I bronzing. JJcforo tho ropo had a coat of COUNTY ('O)1 MiSS10NERA.1Y. .
; special rates by the week or month. gold it should bo filled with starch and H. .
FELIX GARCIA, Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE FLA. Hharpo flha'l.rll. chairman t JOII"'h
GEORGE ZAPF, Proprietor. glue or with a clay gold size and glue. Mendel, lj>Urniiioj: = .1. It. Walker 1 Itunvllle,
The then loses the appearance of amass Jno. HotiHlon, tall fia111e.1.N.1YalisrAnkuna.
Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. rope of fiber or n bundle of hair. If month Regular CDHMoiipi are held first Monday .In each

i TUB BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. MIAMI. after this treatment it has n coat of

bronze is gilded, it will have. massive COUNTY OFFICIALS.
1 Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers. or
appearanceIts decorative value IIIllInr R.June*, Tltusvllle- circuit Judge: 1).
Hotel may bo enhanced iu tho highest degree I,. Uniililmi 'Tltnavlllu county Judge; M.

btd Connolly MIAMI FLORIDA. Treated in this wuy it becomes in effect! (A.uldsuolth.TItnsvllle A. HuwLlrt'I.ltlllvllle, ,iinweciitlnir clerk circuit attorney court; J.;

Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a metallic rod. It may then be used in K. Woolen' Cocoa, tax assessor;) E. W. Hall, ,
TlliinvllUt, tax colluctor; Juhllllellry,Tltllavllle, .!
Best 2.00 per day house in the city. Special rates by the week. outlining panels covering corners, fill tr anur!!ri J. H. Atuus Courtenuy, HiinnrlnteMd- ,(
and in general taking the slut futile Inntriictliiii; J. U. KrliiH. rUunvlll, '
ing angles
l n your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowling O. P. HUNTINGTON, and county aurvnyor;J.I'.llrown,Tltimville,nherlff. ,,,
plaao of highly decorative costly
:s, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must Let Proprietor moldings. Except iu very large rooms" i

t () be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter, call! and see us. The rope of one inch in diameter is as largo

of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take carat station. Tran- as can bo used with good results. It Horn o pathie

rates, $2.00 per day; Special weekly rates. Insecticides and Powder Guns should always bo throe stranded. (

Mits. A. M. VANHAAFTEN, Manager. Smoothly laid hemp rope has some advantages
over man ilia. It ii usually
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smoother and roquiroa) Icon filling. Dyspepsia Powders.
TEL OXFORD JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Read the following from Mr.: Brown, so well known on the East Coast :

, Opposite St. James Hotel. "Hvi-OLUxo, FLA., Nov. 18, 18m Needle Point

Convenient to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and "MR. C. R. TYSEN, The reason why Home people's sewing Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruc-

homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas. "JACKsoNVILLE, FLA : and mending; do not lust I ia that they tloim, Bolchlngs, Piles, Itching of
ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack. "Dear SirI have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season do not fasten the end of the thread Skin, Liver Troubles, Palpitation .
sonville. on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal it. There Is not a worm properly or sufficiently. They sew the of the Heart, etc.
MRS. M. O. FINLEY, Propr. to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster Is not required. It Is last stitch over perhaps once and out the
. acting well on tomatoes'and eggplants. j. BROWN." -
thread off short, whereat the stitch
ST. AUGUSTINE. Write to me (Chas It. Tyscii, Jacksonville) for pamphlets and should have two taken over it, then one DIRECTIONS powder before meals

quotations acres, then the noodle run between the and at bedtime

thickuoHHoa of cloth, if there be any and, -
Algonquin Hotel. if not stitch should be taken back, so
a
The Bee Hive. Dry Goods and Millinery StoreIs that when cut the end of the thread Twenty Powders, 25; cents

King Street, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. will be at Borne distance. In this case -
there will be much lens danger of tho Depot:
Refitted, newly furnished and under cm of the Best and Cheapest Houses In Jacksonville.... thread working out and tho sowing rip
it new management. located
Centrally
r ; near all points of interest. Large sample -- ping. Then some persona take too narrow SAMUEL EDEN, H. D.,

room for use of traveling Overlooking I seams -a quarter of an inch la none
men. *LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS BROOKLYN, N. Y.
Plaza and Monuments. A full i too wide-or are not careful to havo the
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view of the ocean and rolling breakers Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept in stock and made to order. A edges; of the material even. Those may 13 10 Bush wick Avenue.

., from the piazzas. Baths, gas, electric first-class line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and a new line of Millinery to select eeein trifles, \but they make ,the difference I
tilt. bells.!and a perfect system of sewerage. between good work and poor.-
from. You will find our Prices Right; and Mall Orders promptly attended to. AND
ates: $2.00 to $2.50'per day. Special rates'by the week. Write us, of when In town gv&! us a call, and you will be pleased. Good housekeeping COTTON
" all C. F. COX, Proprietor..
pen year. Address J. WEISS, Proprietor, I".... .boat tbe II nd..

21 & 23 East Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, FLA. An excellent: cure for brittle nails ii LINEN NETTING
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. 'to soak them daily for a few minute

Buckingham, Wu. P. KENNEY, Manager. in blood warm tweet oil.

For whitening the bands nothing if

DAYTONA, FLA. LEE. better than wearing glove all night,
lly I I Inn first anointing the hand with a little
EIINEST L. CASWELL, Manager. sweet oU.OloTe'.

should alto be worn when engaged FISHING TACKLE,
Hotel t I Hibiscus PALM BEACH, FLA. Who are sfeklng a Home In the South should send to the underilgncd for a in any work that Is likely to soil

I w) I LEON II. CILLKY, Mg'r. copy of theFlorida the band Superior quality Linen Gill Netting
Care should be taken not to bruise made from Knox'a Scotch thread.

CEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. the nails when pushing back the flesh Samples and estimates cheerfully furnIshed. .

East Coast Homeseeker.We from the roots. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.

ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. J, t 8. JOHNSON A. 'CO.,
S t. George
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MRS C. D. finn, Owner and Mg'r, lf.w lies Shaped C..hloa Manufacturers,

have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking, Tobacco Growing, and for The brand new pincushion which 121 South St., BALTIMORE, MD.

Cornnr of the Plaza and St. George Street. In the very center of the city. Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in tin United States. teem to give universal favor it, accord

Strictly first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day and upward Apply ing to The Decorator and Furnisher, one INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.
toJAS. made box shape in design, either oblongor --
Special weekly and season rates. E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner round the bottom of stiff
pasteboard. Change of Schedule of I. It. A II. It. I,
-- It ill covered with ilk or nUn of whatever -
PALATKA. FLORIDA N. Co.
EAST COAST K'Y,
decoration
As
color preferred. a On and after Monday, Jan. 2, 1390! ,
ST., AUGUSTINE, FLA. there it a conventional design which it the steamer Sebastian, in 'command of
outlined in gilt or in shade of delicate Cant. Frank Houston wilt leave Titus-

'aham Hotel PALATKA, FLORIDA fllo floss To make the pattern very vllle Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:00p. : I

elaborate tbe open spaces are filled with m., for St. Lucia rivAr landings and

JOB PRINTING: pint, whose colored beads give to this intermediate points, returning to Titus
ho only Brick Hotel in town. Electlio lights and bells. Open the year scheme a pretty device. The sides can vllle Wednesdays and Fridays( arriving "

>und. Service strictly ffrst-class. ) be filled with safety pins, making the here about noon.
tee: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. OF ALL KINDSPRINTING whole quite a charming accessory and a Steamer St. Augustine, in commandof
Geo. J. Mercier leaves Titus- ,
Capt. ,
MRS: M. L. BAR UAnT, Executed at theADVOCATE useful one at the tame time. vllle Tuesday Thursdays, returning !

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"I"H'' 1'I"," touilst he will business.$get the Inside" track of the Cuba: FLORIDA-LIMITED. 1 ROBBINS' & GRAHAM S. .C r. c.L:-. ..RROZIZ-: : : I I


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t will Make Its Flr.t Trip South oa

I V'C; r ARREST OF BARON DE BAR!> January 10. ...S.aLLwy'ors.aS GROCERIES, FRUITS and VEGETAIBLESf, of All Xllt 1':

AND WIFE. The New York and Florida Limited,
running via the Southern Railway and Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited. 1
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Florida Central & Peninsula Railroad: WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND
Col John F. Ilorr United States Marshal TITUSVILLE .
will make its first trip south on January FLORIDA.
for this district, arrived here thl! 1G, arriving In Jacksonville the followingday UNITED STATES COURTS.
:-1 morning with the poslofllce Inspector 01( and leaving on the return trip -
The Anhen er.Bnsch Brewing 'Asso'lon Chicago and other government officials, north the same evening. /
ESte :seA Y &: :
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says the St. Augustine correspondent ol The schedule Is for the train to leave ., seo.
;' Fit mou* Ht. 1/niU Keg and Bottled ]leer. the Times-Union and Citizen. the West Twenty-third street station, ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished
', Half an hour later the party drove to I Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
VM by Menu. Lonlcy Motlow, TltiuvJIlc, FU.Itjr.Mr. winter residence of New York, at 11:40 a. m., arriving at h ,
Sansara Hall, the for Lands-fa Brevard and Dade
"' .T. I). ('rab l l O rna, Kin. Jacksonville at 1 p. m. the next day and
I' .By Mr. W.J. Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. Baron Edgar de Bara, In New Augustine St. Augustine at 2:20: p. m. Northbound And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay Bran, Cotton Seed Meal, Grot: I
whore the Baron wan placed under arrest the train will leave St. Augustine Counties. Food and Wheat. .We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusivelythe :

; ...JOSEPH ZAPF... on a charge of general conspiracy at 11 a. m., Jacksonville at 12:10: noon, above line of goods. We Invite your cdrrespondence and solicit your patrol,
by defrauding the public of money and arrive at New York at 4:15: p. m. the Very truly, E.. L. BRADY & BRO., Titusville, Fb.r .
j Beer and through the malls, in violation of section following day. This Is a very fast'sched
Wholesale Liquors, 5180, Revised Statutes. Baron de Baradeclares ule. The train arrived in Jacksonville We have a large List
his Innocence and insists thatIt -
,i :West Bay: Street, Is a case of mistaken, Identity.In at 1 ::10 of p.ten m.minutes last year in,the making schedule a difference this of Lands, owned by.

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. the party with Marshal Ilorr Is a year. Lesley c& UotlowC--/
Chicago letter-carrier, who Identifies the ourselves and clients.
Baron the to whom he deliver.
jJ ""' as person and The Steamer)).11.. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
ed certain letters. Baron Baroness
;11, 'HENRY R. THOMAS O Price for unimprovedlands

alternoon do Bara were, where taken they to Jacksonville will be given this, a Foreign and Domestic Brands of' Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Wblst
PHARMACY Capt. II. B. Fromberger, of Cocoa, Is !
,,,,LA VILLA preliminary hearing. It Is claimed that In town, getting the steamer Della in $3 to $100 -> Bottled Beers Ales and Stont -
lt swindling operations have been carriedon good shape ere putting her on the run
: Keeps all Kinds of by Baron de Bara, alias E. Wilson, between Eau Gallic and Courtena per acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. .**. Billiard and Pool Table!

J Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles for Baron a number and Baroness of years. de Data came here uslness.winter, in the passenger and freight Family and hotel trade Is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given!; to ItordbrB.

ff Prices to suit. early In the fall of 1897. Soon after their WE have a few Residence, Orange Cash must accompany your order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW TituBviller[

arrival the Baron purchased the Van Grove and Pineapple Properties in de-
1 place In New Augustine for f5I) ().' The New Year.
r801 Adams St., cor. Madison> Dorn iirablo locations. Prices Reasonable.
"lo renovated the place within and without I

I JACKSONVILLE, FLA. expending a larger sum _than the New Year's Day passed off very quietly .-
original cost. This he named Sansara in Titusville. The in-coming of the new
Hall, and It Is known as his winter home. year was celebrated by the Indian River OFFICES 5 TITTTSVILL KITCHEN UTENSILS,
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers Later In the season the Baron made Band discoursing sweet music as Old j and MIAMI.MILLINERY..

for Sale. other purchases, Including purchases on Father Time ushered in the year 1899. A Cooking stoves, ranges and Blue Flan
Anastasia Island. Late in the springthe few fire-crackers and ringing of bells also We have a variety that will\ suit all net

Abbakag, Egyptian Queen, Golden] Baron and Baroness, after a farewell added to the rejoicing. The weatherwas "' ,_, and tastes of the housekeeper, and we
to their friends here left for << <
I reception rather cool and
windy. Mondaythe -
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and selling them almost for a song. Our E
the the
Bed Spanish. Apply to Chicago. During summer Baron day following-was a legal holiday, ...
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HADDOCK & MATTIIAMS, was quite Ill, and underwent an operationin and the bank and postoffice were the 0, agateware, galvanized and painted,
i "Palm Beach Pinery," ono of the' hospitals, in which a pieceof only places where it was observed. shows new shape and Improvements,*t
Palm Fla. bone was removed from the back of and DRESSMAKING. line tinware and
West Beach, his neck. our new of crockery li

The Baron's Ill-luck did not terminate Death of Mr*. Sinsabaugh.Mrs. limited. Our fine Mascot cooking ate

For ale, with his experiences In a Chicago hos I and Willard steel range is just what ;

;, pltal. On his arrival here, about two Sinsabaugh, a sister of Mrs. Mac- A- 2 need for cooking.
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weeks ago, he found that his caretaker Lellan, of this place, died at the residence
Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, had decamped, taking with him about of her son, in Brooklyn, N. Y., on
In St. John's county, near transportation. $1,600 worth of valuables that had been /Sunday: last.' She'had been ill for about
: ; left in a safe in the house. Now comes two weeks, but It was not thought to be
Sixteen Thousand acres in one body, his arrest the of violating the
on charge serious. It will be remembered that
"JAS. PRITCHARD & SON
near TItusville, on Indian River, well United States postal laws, to answer Mrs. Sinsabaugh spent several winters In ,
timbered. which both the Baron and Baroness will Titusville with her sister; and her chalm-
COUKTt.AND BUCKMAN, have to to Chicago. As the couple
go Ing disposition and genial characteristicsmade
Titusville F1a.
22, Hogan street, live themselves L ,
by it will be necessary for her many friends on Indian "
Jacksonville, Fla. for them again to close their elegant River, all of whom will regret to learn of
home in New Augustine leaving their her demise. .
valuable and brlo.a.brac I .
-Birds mid Animals Mounted furnishings un
packed., | I
The case of Baron Edgar de Bara, alias Residence Burned Down. Carpets Mattings and Rugs.THE
In the best style. Address, R. C. George B. Henschel, and of Baroness de ""
taxidermist Sara alias Miss E. Wilson whose arrests
'ijcrimgeour, Washingtonavenue As soon as a cool wave comes alongwe
:'' (corner of Main street), Titus were made on Tuesday In St. Augustine
:11 often hear of the burning of houses
:Mail Orders Solicited. Satisfaction
a j I .ille.Fla. \ charged with using the United caused mainly by defective Hues. On Guaranteed. : LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES
States mails for fraudulent
\' purposes, Sunday afternoon the residence of E.
came up for a preliminary hearing before Spearman, at.City Point, was burned to Mrs. Helen W.
\: 'Reynolds, Fall Patterns received
tReading: notice ads. on this page United States Commissioner Good- the ground, and It is supposed that the are now 'being
Are live cents per line per week. ell in Jacksonville, at 11 o'clock Wednes- fire started from a defective flue. Very Titusville, Fla.
day morning. At 0 o'clock the case few of the household articles were saved. IfJV Awnings and Linoleums a Specialty
was closed, and. Commissioner Goodell ,
;', TOWN COUNCIL MEETING. announced that he would take it under .-
advisement, rendering a decision yester- THE MOST COMPLETE H. E. CLARK,
V,1: day. It Is said that the accused has defrauded East Coast Meat Market ,

(, 'Town The Council regular was monthly held at their meeting chambers of the ; a great many people in England. Electrical Supply House states:: 38 West Bay St.,
'
II' over the Postofllco, Tuesday evening, G. F. 'DUREN, Agents Jacksonville, Fl,
,when the following members were .THE JOHNSON LAW GO.
pre-
Roseland. s:: :=3 .
)
sent: Aldermen J. 11. Walker (in the CD I
chair), D. L. Gaulden,. Jno. M. Dixon <: r ELECTRICIANS
:::!. ESTABLISHED 1875.
and W. R. Knox; with C. S. Schuyler, CI2 Q., .
i clerk and treasurer; and M.S. Jones, Jr., Miss C. Cain spent Sunday and Monday sPa .- s:>> Jacksonville, Florida.

iF marshal, and collector. visiting friends MIcco. .-.. s:>> wri.l..f. .. :SO-o-eS &;, CC
'I The minutes of the last meeting were Messrs. L. C. Moore and A. E. Camp- t 1
4, read and approved, and the following bell have been wrestling with la-grippe. R.vx.,
matters were attended to: :::::: -'GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE!!
Beyond the application from Messrs. Miss B. Delaney, of Micco, was visiting -

Simmons, of Charleston, S. C., for a In Roseland several days last week.Q. :: 6 East Bay Street JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .

franchise for a telephone line, and the Gibson has been spending his holiday -1-
1= -
payment of bills, there was no particular vacation between Titusville and Q.+ CDCI2 e handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of H:|
F buslncssboforo, the Board Miami. pTitusville Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright i
1 ', dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.
Mr. King, of Woodley went up the Florida. Star Brand Fert11lzer -Guaranteed Analysis! Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure Gi
i v
CIRCUS COMING. Sebastian river Tuesday, with a load of Bone. Nitrate Soda.Iurlate or Potash, Sulphate Potash Kalnit etc. These fertilizers: ban I
boos superior in the market,and a trial will convince. Send for Catalogue free.
MRS., DEISNER'S BOARDING HOUSE
The Levitt k Socman Consolidated Col. II. D. Ruffner, of this place, and .

f, 'Shows and congress of equine and canine Attorney Alexander and Judge Guthrie, TITUSVILLE, FLA.
i marvels, are billed to play in our town of W. Va., returned from a camp hunt, 1VI IRSC : -
t on January 7th. For several days' their but> found but little big game. -

(c j,', % here advance and men made and bill-posters have been Mr: and Mrs. P. L. Deyo, of New York, Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day, 4" (Successor to B. Hlrsch..)
for their
arrangements
who have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L.C. .
mammoth exhibition. The Jacksonville i. Moore, at Eicildoune Plantation, WHOLESALE -,
Times-Union and Citizen says about this When in need of White and Rye Bread
have ,
to Palm Beach fora few
days. "
gone
circus: "There is nothing small about Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Delsner's Edison LaLande cell, type "V, for
this circus but the price of admission. City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, marine gas engine Ignition. fRUITS AND
The exhibition lasts two hours and the hotels and families supplied. I w PRODUCE
performing horses, dogs, ponies, acrobats Waveland.
and funny clowns give a very pleas "" Write Quick....

ing put entertainment.on the Lund lot The and canvas the show will will be Our postmaster is rejoicing in having NEAR & TAYLOR
FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP
his family and father back again from Fish
.exhibit at 2:30: and 8:00: p. m., on Jan. 7. the north.J. r Oysters and Garni

Artesian WellCONTRACTORS RAILROAD FARE'PAID. ,
Olds arrived Tuesday night and Is k ;
;. MR. FLAGLER AND CUBA. well pleased with the prospects he finds Positions Guaranteed. 73 South Broad Street, ATLANTA, GA.
hero. i =
: t I t all the Year to both REFER TO: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital Bank llIrsch
Open Sexes. City ,
The Now Orleans Picayune, of recent We are congratulating ourselves that I Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga.; The National Bank A Kaiser
/ & Bro. Ga.i:
date, says; Hotel men all over the the cold wave that was predicted did Eau Gallic, Fla. OA.-ALA. BUSINESS COLLEGF, Guckenhimer&Sons, Herman & Kayton, Eckman. & Brunswick, G
"United States gonorally have their not reach us and cut downin I A. Vetsburg, Savannah, |
eyes our gardens :Macon, Ga. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.

qua II. M. Flaglor right now. Mr. Flag. ..._all__..their_,' ."youth. '.L...and T. .beauty. .; but how..
I ler is the man who owns and operates a tiio wiiui uiu wow ii 11. mm ueen earner
string of inns from Jacksonville down in the season tho timid ones would have

the Atlantic coast as far as the Florida been thinking about cyclone cellars, etc; ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. The 'Ideal Hat "
THE
point. He owns his own railroad, too, The Gilbert's Bar Yacht Club held ABBEY Fastener.
and the Near the
hotels and railroad are made towork their City Gates. St. George Street.
annual lust ,
reception Saturday: \
in conjunction and do duty for the
one master. A railroad and a hotel and the members and many invited Hoc Baths free to Bicyclists will find, it Boy
l 1 make guests all seemed to have a very ,enjoy Sulphur guests. Electric Bells Rates, $::AO per day. a
a pretty handy combination
i and
able time Special rates by tho week or season,
efforts
r Certainly no on the ,
Mr. Flagler has made piles of cash whore The most useful and salable Invention out. No hat han
pins for
part of the club were lacking. to make required
other hotel proprietors have been doing LOCKWOOD & TEAIIEN, Proprietors. bonnets. '

v'' little more than adding now mortgages. every doubt moment the visitors an enjoyable will long cue remember, and no Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for p' ,
The report Is now current that Mr. the ulars and clrculrrs. Address, "I. II. F," No. 700 South Pryor St.,
pleasant time they had at the club .
p Flaglor will soon jump the channel and house. Old Saws c ? Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga.
-erect in Havana a hotel that will dazzle .
,, of the natives of that city and

gladden the eyes of the well-to-do vlsl- Death of Mia Met. Alma. No I New Insurance
Gas and :
Meal Oil
11 tors who happen over on the other side, Quick STOVES..
,t lie cannot run railroads along the side Chance : of i
c' of this hotel as ho does those over In Died, very suddenly, after-a brief Illness They give Satisfaction. Iron Beds and Cribs a Life Tim& !
r Florida, but he has acquired his own at Chicago, on Friday, ultimo, In ,
'.' tcamKhlp lilies, and ho will\ put them the nineteenth year of her age, Meta
into the Cuban ports wherever he do- Alma, only and beloved daughter of Mrs. Furniture Porcelain Chamber Sets.
cldes to build the new hotels. Theodore Schnell, of Hobo Sound, Indian .A magnificent property will be sold at aJ
"It has been Mr. Flagler's custom to River, Florida. Friends will\ please ac- II '
build a new hotel about once a year," cept of this, the only Intimation. Write The FURNITURE STORE,

remarked authority on the subject,
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who is in New Orleans for a few days T TITUSVILLE FLA,
Iud who Is stopping! at the Grunowald Tat Sale Itel u ru.. I GENUINE BARGAIN.About
; hotel. "That Is the way ho invests Rome .
of his surplus cash. lie does ANDREW LOS LEY.
not care to The State Treasurer has remitted to ...
put it away and keep It in bank, so be Brevard, Dude, Monroe, St. Johns and
founds some new hotel. There is no Volusla counties 'their portion of eight acres of Grove in as fine condition as. Indian River-
proceeds
;1 a' Is doubt to cross In,the the would Florida that Straits Flaglcr's and scheme begin sale certificate from saq| for and the redemption month of Decem of tax A WATCHMAKER and JEWELER. House taming In a Brevard comfortable six: room Cottage, large Cistern any, and on the finest Tad!,

building new hotels In Cuba. lIe will her 18D8 follows Brevard County.
; $47.55
tackle Havana first, and then branch Uade0.10 ; Titusville i Florida. Situated about, mld-way between ,
out \ ; Monroo, $6.1,4-2: : : St. Johns, Rockledge and Cocoa: Convenient to
s ID some of the other good towns ou' the 3.45; VoluBla, $?O.74.& (CHAFFEE'B DRUG 8TOUE.) Churches, Stores, etc., of both. .
coast, where be thinks travelers will
like to dwell. The New York hotel Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories In 4 For further particulars, apply to

,' keepers are quite a little Interested In [Send the ADVOOATK order for Geneva, Switzerland I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing ami clean. f WALTER GOODYEAR,
an lag connected with
.Mr, Flagler's scheme, and they believe Job any $ watches, clocks, jewelry etc. If you want a good Job done .
printing you need.] end me your work Dept. A., 3 to 7 W. 20th St.,

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