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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 13, 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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lccn - sn 96027114
System ID: UF00075918:00002
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LOCAL NEWS -BOOKS, CLOCKS Etc.-a nice as- F. W. BEERS, OF ST. AUGUSTINE, We arc Closing Out Did You Know alter of Hotel Royal Poinciana, Palm i I

sortment at Screven's Drug Store, Fla., has the largest line of Bicycles Bench, but for some years past, manager
Titusville. and Sundries in the State. Write him of Hotel St. Androwj New York, has I
d Topics of General Interest. for prices on new 'Ul) models, or> any Our line of dress patterns at a dis- That Julius Kline, Tltusvtllo, has one gone on a pleasure trip to Cuba Mr. ,
count of 23 per cent.GARDY1CR.t. of the finest stocks of dry goods on the Davis
kind of fishing tackle. was quite popular during the
-Mr. Geo. W. Scobie has returned
WAI.KItITitusville.\, East Coast, and that be will sell at a time he was on Lake Worth. j'
from his trip to the Flonda Key.. '
>let, and General Gosilp In connection big reduction In price next week ?
Ith Blscayne; Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, -Mr. Chas. II. Nauman, of the Ilaul- -Read about the Seminole Indians on Mr. George Wilson tho new managerof ; I

anana and Halifax Hirers, Key Wed over, was in town yesterday.Mr. our second and third pages. -Mr. Frank R. Remllngcr was a passenger -Mr, Louis. Ilnpp of Brooklyn N. Y., will JIottllPlncllle.\ IMS found on our Jaclceonvllle 8th page f.i whose A well-ad. y'

f id all other Important Points aloo'the; J. O. Walton has been visiting Judge M. S. Jones went to Sanford, on Saturday's northbound where train he has just had set out a fair-sized orange known hotel man, and was for many
home from I
act Coast of Florida. Brief mention of Jacksonville and Savannah this week. Wednesday to attend to some law mat en had route been Nassau for the grove on his Micco property. Mr. Happ years manager of Hotel La Vita 'corner
itereatlng'Events from Various Farts ters. attending to business -like others-knows there Is money in I
of and
Chicago Dearborn Chic
-Mr. S. Kitching, one of Sebastian's F. E. C. Hotel System.Mr. avenue, '
World About People You Know .
.f the I -Mr. J. R. Tyson of Jacksonville : oranges.Dr. ago. Mr. Wilson also has a largo farm,
.id People You Don't Know- Picked short prominent call on merchants Tuesday.Dr. ,.gave our office a state agent for Mapes' fertilizers, has I I). S Ilutcblnson, of Trenton Wm. E. Harper, n prominent from which he gets his butter etc., for I
p by Our Society Editor and a large staff N.! J., arrived here in his houseboat on the Placldo. Ho Is I
been making big! shipments of the above resident of Chicago, has been enjoying a a very pleasant gentleman
f Correspondents scattered along the J. K. Powell's place at Micco is well-known fertilizer of late, and fruit Sunday afternoon to remain a week or trip along tho East Coast, on pleasure and trios to make all his. guests I

ast Coast of Florida. said to be looking in excellent shape and vegetable growers are said to be so. Ho will! go further south on his bent. We hope to moot him hero again comfortable. as If they were at home.

since J. M. Ilearndon has had care of it. much pleased with the results from the boat-but not quite so far as Key West. next season. Hotel Royal Palm Miami, under the !

THE ADVOCATE, -Mrs. Chas. K. Kenyon and baby, use,of It. -We are pleased to note that Mr. -Mrs. i Jno. L. Jensen of Jensen management ,of Mr. Henry W. Merrill,

$1.50 annum, in advance. who have been spending several weeksIn -Mrlt. CL B. Farnsworth and Miss Fred' W. Kettle-tho popular reprosenta- came up to town on Wednesday's of tho Crawford house White Mountains, I

' $1.00 per" six months, '. DeLand returned home on Tuesday.Mr. Farnsworth of Pawtucket. R. I., arrivedat Uve of the Times-Union and Citizen atSt. steamer returning homewards next day. N.,II., opened for the season on Wednesday .

$2.00 per an. to foreign countries. K. B. Raulerson of Fort Pierce, the Indian River hotel, Titusville, last Augustine again around, greeting She came up for the sake of giving her ; Hotel Ormontl with Messrs. Anderson -
his many fi'lends. after a spell of & Price In charge will probablyopen
-- was in town Wednesday en route home Saturday to'spend the winter. They two little boys a trip on Indian River ,
from a visit to Kissimmee and other left some pretty bad weather behind sickness. and to show them the sights of Titus- to-morrow Saturday; Hotel Royal

You will find some Interesting news places in the Interior. them at Pawtucket. The above ladles -Mr. Chas. T. Harper of Courtenay, vllle. We acknowledge a pleasant call. 1'olnclana, Palm Beach managed by Mr.
last at this hotel Fred Sterry of Hot Springs Va., will
season
inside ; spent was In town a short while yesterday
our pages. -Mr.-W. F. Babbitt the popular superintendent venison for -Mr. Jas. M. Cod man, president of throw open Its doors on Monday; and

Have 'you paid your subscription. ? of the F. E. C. Hotel System -Mr. Chas. F. Ayer, one of Boston's having Manager brought Bast of the up Indian some River hotel. Canaveral Club. arrived In town, Wed- Hotel Pence do Loon St. Augustine
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not, please do so. news stands, passed through Titus- wealthy residents and a new member of Mr. had been deer hunt nesday, from Boston. lie left for tho under, tho management of Mr. Robert
on a
ille, Monday en route to Miami. Canaveral Club accompanied by his Harper clubhouse at Chester Shoals after spending Murray will be ready to receive guests
Please write us whenever you fail to friend, Mr. R. F. Fiske, arrived at the Wednesday, when he killed two deer. the night at tho Indian River Hotel. on Wednesday tho 18th Inst. I

eive the ADVOCATE. -Miss Lula Bell who has been teachIng Indian River hotel Titusville, yesterday, -Capt. W. A. Coster manager: of Canaveral Mr. Codman Informed our representative

JF Reading notice ads. are ten cents school at Shiloh during the past two and will leave for Canaveral Club-bouso Club came over to town Wednesday that he expected to spend a monthat Capt. W. A. Coster manager -of time I

line on'this page. or three months stopped over here a to-day, to enjoy the hunting in tho for the first time since he left the club-house. Canaveral Club as an evidence of the
day or so n her to Woodley. rare sport tho members arc enjoying on
way neighborhood of Chester Shoals.Mr. 'itusvllle for tbe club house a month or
Duck, quail and deer have been -When Jacksonville do not two ago. Ills many friends were pleased -Many of our Indian River readers their shooting preserves sent to his
visiting A. II. Findlay, chief superin- will bo pleased to learn that Mr. and Mrs. friend, Manager J. G. Bust of tho Indian -
led in large numbers in the Titusvllle ail to call at the Crystal Palace Roof tendent of the Florida East Coast Golf to see him In' town. Ho will return to Hugh McLaughlin and Miss McLaugh- River Hotel Tltusvtllo a large cal

tion, this season. Garden. VThe various entertainments Club, was a passenger on Sunday's northbound heater :: hoIls. in the yacht Golden lint also Banker Thos. F. Novins, wife cctlon of rare specimens of wild ducks

Messrs. Fred F. Taylor and S. II. given at this place are well worth seeing. train, en route to St. Augustine Rule, to-day.; and son Jo IT, of Brooklyn will leave upon which the guests of the hotel have

ck, of Rockledge, paid our town a -Attorney Geo. M.\ Robbins left for lie had just returned from Nassau, N. -Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Robertson, of New York on the first special train 'com- i been feasting for several days. The

it on Tuesday.Mr. Jacksonville and Live Oak last Friday 1'., where he had been about three weeks Stronghurst, III., arrived In town on ing south. They are a merry party and ducks around Titusville continuo to bolentlfiil

_ R. II. of the Cocoa & to attend to some law business. Master attending to the clearing and making of Sunday last, on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Indian River may look for them at Mei- and the hotel nUlDagement'iadoln

ckledge News Chapman, was a, pleasant caller Rufus Robbins accompanied him. golf grounds for the above club. F. S:. Chaffed. Mr. Robertson Is a promInent ritt some time next week. everything possible for Its guests

,this office on Tuesday.Mr. They returned here on Sunday. -Mrs. Jas. McFailane, of Loch Side lawyer of the above place, and his [Local news continued on 4th and 8th to facilitate the sport of shooting them. '
I Lake has been wife is the sister of Mrs. Chaffec. Mr. Mr* C. F. Naethlng of New York baa
Worth feeling quite hap
Geo. W. Howes, who has been I -Prof. John M. Laflin of New 'York, py of late, her father :Mr. J. James. Robertson was among the pleasant callers pages.] t bus far made tho Lest record bagging
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ending the past eight months at Brain- has been on' a few days; hunting and having arrived from the island of Guernsey at this office yesterday.Dr. )5; birds In five hours
fishing cruise in the house-boat Rosa Tax Statement for Month of 1)8.
Mass. has returned to New Smyrna Ieoember'
e the, winter., Marie this week. lIe met with big success in the English channel, to spend a 'V. lIe tz and family of Rio deaneiio ,- IIote11\1agnolla. St. ,Augustine tinder I

r duck shooting in tho neighborhoodof couple of weeks. Mr. James has again Brazil, were passengers on Taxes colluded. Yet to be QOtlCl'teltOenllral the ablo management of Messrs. Palmer .
I vltations have been received ats left for home, this being his thirtyfirsttrip 'uesday's southbound train routeto
the Ilaulover.Mr. en Food, $107 04. fUIOM.87 ft McDowell is again open for the sea
office announcing a grand ball at across the Atlantic ocean, between City Point where we believe the Qhtol" U ./III. 12111I.18Road 'lion. An AUVOCATK representative was I
W. H. Peters, of Brooklyn, N. and America.Mr. 67.U1. 7M7.70
Dtel Plaza Rockledge, on Wednesday England, Doctor has an orange grove. It has
shown the )hotel few day
over a
4 cozy
Y., and Daytona, has been spending F.'tF 71M. !2M4ollTx :
ening Jan. 18th. several in the -"- Geo. C. Huston and family of been reported that Dr. Hentz and family 300. 14W.OO: ago" and he noted many Improvement j

I_.Lester Smith, after spending the duck shooting days and fishing Mosquito-and has Lagoon been Chicago were passengers for Cocoa on ,have gotten tired of Rio do Janeiro, and A.A.STEWART.: Clerk since his last visit. Private baths have I
will remain
'lidays with his parents Mr and Mrs. quite[ successful. He chartered A. M. last Friday's train. Our reporter was probably permanently on I been> added; a new hydraulic elevator,
Indian River. Dr. Hentz is a brother of I
| J. :: Smith Rockledge, has returned ellett's yacht for the cruise. on the parlor car when Mr. Huston stepped Yindow Shades Window Shades new heating apparatus now furnishings
Mrs, Geo. N. Hatch, of Rockledgo.Mr. I
s college at Peekskill N. Y.fMr. off the train at Titusville; but we throughout, and the dining-room has I

-Mr. Geo. P. Kramer of the firm of : 'spotted" him. Mr. Huston is one of and ,Mrs. Chas. T. McCrory and New Line at GARDNER <& W ALKICU'S.TI been enlarged to seat nearly 300 guosta.'ho t
H. Richardson, of the Geor- Kramer Bro., Lithopolis 0., accompa- I Chicago's prominent and wel1-to-do little daughter of Sunbeam: left here many Improvements are very noticeable f
& Southern & Florida R'y, was in townrt nied by his sister, Miss Hattie L. Kramer merchants and he never falls to visit Tuesday, for Cairo Ga., where they will and the hotel Is certainly a comfortable .

,, of Wednesday and Thursday, at- arrived in town Friday last and left next his fine Indian River home every winter.lie reside, Mr. McCrory having decided to one. Messrs. Palmer McDowell I

tiding to business for his company.Mr. day, for Eau Gallie, where they orderedthe brought a party of his' friends with purchase a farm at the latter place. Ho Circuit Court. up very popular caterers and are just;

'- Thos. Dunk'the affable manar ADVOCATE to follow them. They him this time.A. will, however return hero during the the gentlemen to mako their guests feel

of the Hammond Packing Co., whos will spend the winter on Indian River. G. Hutcheson & Co., 270 Washington Inter season to look after his orange Manager J. G. If. s1 t, of the IndianIUver' n.. If they were In A home from home. '

been on the sick list with la grippe -On our 8th page will be found the St., New York, says that fruit crop. Mr. McCrory has appointed Mr. hotel Titusvllle announces that A comprehensive and decidedly unique
,ring the past two or three weeks is ad. of Mr.'Benj. W. Jerome state repre- and vegetables will find ready sale right Jacob Mendel to take charge of his Sunbeam special rates will be given to guests attending emanation In tho advertising line
tho Circuit Court next week.
ain in his office much to the pleasurehis sentative for the noted Globe gas and through the winter. Their Havana potato property; while Mr. G. II. Fulko reserved III a folder recently sent to this office -
many friends. gasoline engines, manufactured by the and onion business will commenceIn has been commissioned to look after his looms on application. by Assistant Passenger AgentJ /

f Mrs. F. T. Budge and her little Pennsylvania Iron Works Co., Philadel- a couple of weeks. Our shippers can- houses collect rents, etc., in Titusvllle. D. Rahner St. Augustine., It

fugLters, who have been spending a )hia. Should: you need anything in that not do better than to send them part of '-Dr. M. :: Souvlello who has been on a AMONG THE HOTELS. consists: of n dozen or mere pages prousoly -

uple of weeks or so in town with Capt. line,. please read'' his ad. their New York shipments. The same visit of a couple of weeks to his family Illustrated, and bearing on Its

id Mrs. Jas. Pritchard, returned to -Mrs. J. W. Ainsworth and Miss Nar customers use beans egg plants, etc. on> the south side of the river returned outer cover the 1 Interesting Interrogatory:
WIIURK to See list of hotels
ami on Sunday. Miss Kate Pritchard Ainsworth, of Norma Ky.; and :Mr. and As they are the oldest house In New last evening to St. Louis Mo., where his 7th and atop.8th ot "Where can I play golf) everr.tIay from
icompanied her sister. Mrs. Frank Wheeler of Marlon, Ky.; York in the pineapple business our interests as manager of a large aluminum our pages November 1 to May 11'" '
on Saturday's southbound pineapple shippers should get In corres- company demands the greater part of The ADVOCATE Is now on file at all relates almost entirely to the recently
f-Mr. E. W. McGuire of St. Augus- were passengers train, en route to Eau Gallie. pondence with them. his time. lie reports that a splendid the bout hotels In New York city. formed and sure to be successful "Klor-

pe was a passenger on Saturday'sjuthbound } left for success Is being made of'' tho enterpiise. Ida Edst Const Golf Club". of which
From the latter place they -Prof. Chas B. of '
Cory Boston a Manager Fred returned to Palm
train en route' to Palm Extensive and expensive machinery has Sterry Mr. C. B. Knott I Is 'president and lirafelilol' -
Oceanus to spend the winter. well-known and author of
ach, where he went to put a gas plant popular Just been put in place for mining the Beach, Friday night last, after spending Chailcs U. Cory the secretary.

I the Cottage just' being built for Manaer -Mrs. D. A. Blodgett of Daytona, Hunting Know and the Fishing Shore in Florida" "I ore, and will soon be in dperatlon.. Dr. a couple of days in St. Augustine. Devotees of this great game of golf whop
; Fred Sterry of the Royal Poinciana. bas been spending a few days at Cocoa 'How to Birds ow who have been looking forward to enforced
to Know the Ducks Geese and Swans" Souvlelle Is arranging to bring a numberof The Plaza hotel, St. Augustine, Is now
the Of her sister Mis. E.,P. Porch- abstlnnnco during the winter
Among the members who are now guest and other valuable works; and owner of prominent northern sportsmen to the open for rooms. Visitors to the above ,
opping at Canaveral Club are the fol- er. Mrs. Porcher and family have been the Florida Museum of Natural History tate this winter among them being X. city will find the Plaza centrally situated months will hall tho announcement
visiting Mis. Blodeett and they all passed made by the Florida club with the greatest
vice-president the Spol'tsmen'sAllsoclation Write or call tho
wing: Col. C. P. Horton, Dr. Chas. at Palm Beach was a passenger onSaturday's Bishop, upon manager,
_ Weld and Messrs. David Sears: T. through here Friday afternoon, on southbound train. He was of Massachusetts, and vice- V. 1). Sanchez. See ad. on 7th page. satisfaction.

atson Merrill and James M.. Codmau. their way to Cocoa.the Mr.who and know Mrs.how Blod-to accompanied by Mrs. Cory and their president of the Now York Sportsmen'sShow. Mr. A. McL. Earlougher a former Tho lunch supplied on tho F. 'E. C. I t:
ones
ley will be joined by Messrs. Ayer and get entertain.Mr.are just. little son, and were en route to Palm They will go to the Indian River lessee of the West End hotel Asbury Ry. trains, by Manager Chas. A. Merrltt, ;

ske, of Boston, to-day. Beach for the winter. The Professor Is where the doctor owns a large body of Park, N. J., \ passenger for the of the F. E. C. Ry. Buffet Service would ;
W. Parsons second vice-pres- land and water that Is a veritable sportsmen'a hotel be credit to of the northern rail t
I i-On will be found the R. quite a hunter and was anxious to Indian River Uockledge last a many
our 8th page ident of the Florida East Coast Railway know if there were any bear left on the paradise.-Times-Union&Citizen.Dr. Saturday. lie was accompanied; by his roads. An old railroad traveler Informs '
<1. of the Photo. Supply: Co., St. Augusine Souvielle U' an old friend of the j
Co., who passed through Titusville peninsula for him to have a shot at. wife. the ADVOCATE that he has paid fifty
which is claimed to be the only ADVOCATE and a sample ,of his alumi- '
issued
Monday, en route to Miami recently lents for many a worse lunch. It is
lOuse in Florida devoting its entire a very attractive folder of the Ha- num ware-In the shape of a goblet- Chief Clerk Chas I). Case, is ably Keatlv and cleanly put up In a cardboard
Ime to the amateur. Developing and Circuit Court Will Meet be in this office Bant of the Indian
vad.i Nassau and Key West steamship may seen backing up Manager box, and everything Is first-class. t
Minting done, and all kinds of supplies lines several copies of which have been liver Hotel Tilusvllle In his efforts to The box contains turkey and tongue i'

opt for amateurs and others. If you received at the 'ADVOCATE office The In Titusville next week, when all In I Don't Want a Cent improve the attractiveness of thin old\ sandwiches; a roll, with delicious 'hum t

teed anything write the Photo SupplyJo. folder is well gotten up artistically illustrated attendance are requested to. visit the stand. A Tennis Court ban just been between nicely flavored; a nicely-cook E

., St. Augustine, Fla. with cuts of the steamers Lincoln establishment of Julius Kline who is Of your money unless 'you get value ndried to Its other attractions. ed fresh egg, crackers and cheese a nice

I Miami and City of Key West, and determined to sell clothing, underwear of fruit cake an apple or orange, a i
shoes trunks anything else In stockat received for It at my store.. Before) Mr F, E. Foster, the well-known and
or large
I j For Sale Cheap. has a map of Florida Cuba, Bahama that will the taking an inventory of my immense popular northern summer resort hotelman olive a little package of salt and
price surprise peopleof
Islands, Jamaica and San Domingo on it. a the East Coast. stock I Intend disposing of the wholeof has taken charge of the Hotel St. pepper, dinner napkins and tooth-plvk,

I Cruising loop "Why Not" length 25 -E. L. Bradbury who has arrived my latest, up-to-date ladles dress Elmo at Green Cove Springs, Fla., for all for 25: cents. Wha't do you think! of

got, 13 beam; draft 18 inches. Roomy from Elmira, N. Y., will put just acres goods at a price that will astonish you. the season. '1'hlslact will in Itself Insure It, renders ? We told you In last week'aADVOCATE

abiu; bunks and water tanks. Laying of tomatoes one acre of egg plant one For Sale, Bring along your cash and get the bar for that attractive resort an appreciative you may look for something
.t Titusville in charge of Capt Nellson of cucumbers and one-fourth acre gains at the store of patronage good from the bands of one of New

0 whom apply for particulars. of acre cantaloupes. Mr. Bradbury will At Lotus, on Merrltts Island, Fla.,, 10 I 'JULIUs KLINE, York's former well-known caterers.IIUBEI1'S .
On our 8th page will be found the ad.
all cleared and with I
acres, planted Titusvllle.
i Miami in
make large investments near j
of Kevins' Rlvervlow hotel Merrltt.
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{Empty Fish Barrels for'Sale. tht__near future, and if he carries out his orange tropical trees fruit;pineapple artesian and well,all piped kinds 000 of) Indian River which has been ably and EMPLOYMENT AGENCY,

$ _____ present plans will bring to Miami a con- feet modern house with bathrooms Titusville Laundry. successfully managed by Mr*. Mary B. No. 14 Laura street P. O. Box 30-J.!
.t}Address WALTER A. :MOORE, siderable colony. Mr. Bradbury has ; large Mahon of the Wenonah Inn, N. J., Jacksonville, Fla. Reliable male antifemale J
8 George St.: Charleston S.: C. cruised in the waters of this section for ; nearly write new. to Mrs. Geo. Cock, of 'rltu vllle, ls now during the past three seasons. It I Is a help furnished and sent to all :
Apply or
f several years and was In Miami long be MBS. TUOMAS GREEN, prepared to do laundry work of every very cozy hotel, surrounded by orange parts '
fore there was settlement of the description. All work guaranteed.
any Lotus Fla. groves. Those who have topped atNevin. _f
Macon Dining: Rooms. place.-Mlaml Metropolis. Leave your washing at G. F. Duron'scorner .' Rlvervlew hotel on former oc ;
Go and See This Place If You
store, opposite ADVOCATE office. callo'nl. speak In high terms of the kind << ,

7 When visiting Macon, Ga., do not fail I Trunks, Satchels, Hand.IIags For Sale or Charter. treatment they received and the jovial Want, u Bargain "i

o call at Isaac's popular dining rooms I 'flam is hyelnb." times they had while ,at that popular -
"there you can obtain all the delicacies I The yawl Irene; 45 feet long with hostelry Two thousand dollars buys the Hector
Gardner A Walker
At popular prices large, high cabin. Will accommodate
>f the at reasonable prices. Island property-a beautiful place on
season
very TI tunl11e.I six For particular address, Gentlemen's clothing Cleaned pressed On Wednesday's southbound train we
persons. the. Indian River at Melbourne Fla
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t and repaired. Dyeing in all Its branches.
T. A. SNIDER, noticed Mr. Fred C; King who was on
" Hobe Sound, Fla.. Old clothing made to look equal to new his way to Palm Beach, to again be Installed consisting of a hotel and dwelling house,
' Pine Residence and lIneappleI I Fine Lunches. All order by mail or express promptly' In his responsible and trying steamboat wharf, small\ tangerine orange

I Plantation For Sale. -- attended to. Prices low. Work good position of chief clerk of Hotel Royal I I grove and fine grape-fruit all now In full
\ Choice Store Property for Sale bearing' also tine bananas and other
,, Satisfaction guaranteed.
Poinciana where he made
need a good chop, steak or anything so many tine
If you fruit lawn tennis court and fine'
,I A most beautifully-located Till and t Hue do not fall SAM PERKINS: Cleaner and Dyer friends last year During the pant sum. :
else In the eating artesian
land well and the whole place piped. ,
With five acres good two I IE Titusville Fla. ,
Haatatlon from a high I to the mer Mr. King held ho position of chlel
l overlooking when In St. Augustine, to go I )
[ This held by the former
with place was owner,
pineapples good building tenement
Indian River i inhe ]I ; 10 years In Sanford, Fla. clerk at that palatial Saratoga: Spring
duff-the picturesque ; Cathedral Place Lunch & Oyster Rooms,, over store; general merchandise stock,, .__ -.., I C. J. Hector, at $10,000, but the present
large hotel-the Grand but next !
Unloq
< of the section; I ; sum
centre pineapple
the .
postoffice.For
close to will sell for 2000.: This is one
delivery wagon row and ,tail boat owner ,
Mod he has been lucrative
omy buildings and out-houses. Visitors to St. Augustine. mer promised a more
steamboat landing with warehousewell of tbe finest place on Indian River.
TO conveniences; inside toilet arrange- position, to which we referred informer a. .
Sale New Furniture, established and only store In goo I Make offer to
eats baths boathouse an d Issue of the ADVOCATK. Mr,,
sewerage; and Will find that the carriages of Joht JAMES PALMER owner :
and Urea community; store postofflce outfli t J. M. Hemstead Mr. \
flowers King
er; la lawns, shrubbery pineapples. Forier At second-hand prices, In any quanti. complete; price low; title perfect. Ad- Iron meet all trains. Parties taken foi r to Palm Beach. accompanied Patchogue, 1.. L '
best quality ties. WM. R. CAMPBELL, dress the owner, drives. Write or ak for Or hie care taker on the place, \

particular ofW. "Bellevue," A. J. OLDS, P. M., JOHN IRVIN, The ADVOCATE It Informed that Mr, CIIAHLKS A. ELLKRUKOCK, f

G. WWASS Eden, Fla. Melbourne, Fla. Waveland, Brevard Co., :Via. St. Augustine, Fla. Chas. II. Davis, formerly assistant man, Melbourne Fla

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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. JANUARY 13, 1899.

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GEORG MARL JOHN
MAnt.1VIA.R
I II While among them I met but two peopleof July '1, the exact date depending upon A FIn Piece-of Color Work. .

I the full of the moon, Is, a gathering of all : BROS.Wholesale
"Old Lucy as
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the colored race. It as
An experienced art critic gives
t i! What People Say she Is called, living on the west aide, the tribes, seemingly for the purpose ol his opinion that there will be no handsomer .t
i Dealers In
aged about seventy-five, was captured sociability and dancing. Other amusements piece of color work Issued this
t -- War. are also provided for-such as than Hood's Sarsaparilla Calendarfor
the Seminole tear
child during
when a AND PRODUCE
FRUIT
i \j', The Verdict is the Same from Her son, a half-breed known as "Dixie," ball playing;,, running of races, and at 1899.and! beautiful It is not, only and useful up to, but date.artistic GROCERIES, .

All Sections is the last so-called slave. By the laws this festival the young warrior is Initiated The chafmlng American Girl" whose East

of the Seminoles all the children of Lucy by cutting the legs and other bodily beautiful face appears with a delicately 131 and 1:": Bay Street and 0 and 8 Newnan Street,

I A SubJoct of Vast Importance to were slaved to the different members of Inflictions. At this dance also those painted flag in the background, makes a J'noksonv111o; Florid

the Community. to which she belonged who have been exiled, If by stealth they pleasing feature which anyone will be
the family or "gens"
I "I have found Hood'medicine Saraaparllla and to the be until the youngest of this family can creep back Into the fold without detection 1809.pleased We to have suppose before druggists him the :whole will have of ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE Mil]

tbe strengthening tried.t became of age. They appeared to only and are purified by the black this Calendar, or a copy may be obtainedby
'I beat nerve tonic that I have ever right over drink, are again received back Into the sending 0 cents to C. I. Hood & Co.,
t always feel better after taking it. My exercise a certain property We are headquarters for all kinds of Seed and Eating Potatoes and Cow pttl
Lowell Mass. .
t "black drink" Is old feature ;
tribe. This an
j ,i husband bee derfved great benefit from them, often protecting them. In one guaranteed genuine. We also carry a full line of Hay, Grain and Feed. We >J
\ its use, having taken it for heartburn and case the young man "Dixie" referred to of this tribe, well-known, and hand your Oranges and Vegetables. Glvo us a trial and you will be pleased.

: stomach trouble. We always speak highly above, was In danger of his 'life, and was ed down from ancient times. All of the Cats can smell even during sleep. Whena MARX BROTHERS, Jacksonville,
Fla
I of Hood's Sarsaparilla. MBS. J. Burr, only saved by the protecting hand of one tribe on the first day ofthe festival par- piece of meat Is placed Immediately in WWe only Sell to Dealers.CI3. .

i',r.. Daytona, Florida. of the family who claimed him as his' take of it. It is made from a certain front of a sleeping cat's nose the nostrils

"I did not have any appetite and could "property." He was manumitted!, a few plant growing wild In the southern part begin to work as the scent 10 received,

not sleep at night. I began to take Hood's months the last no-called slave of of Florida, the name of which I am not and an Instant later the cat will\ wake up.I1ow.s zvM' &
p Barsaparllla and before I had finished two ago, :: .. -s. : CO.
of the familiar with. It has no particular medical -
the
bottles I was very much better. Since the Seminoles:; by youngest DEALERS IN -
k i!king four bottles I have a good appetite family, to whom ho belonged, coming of qualities', but acts as an emetic practically This! '

I I and bleep well." CARRIE L. RUSSELL, ago. and theoretically! according to We offer One Hundred- Dollars Rewardto PLn.e;, Wines; aad. Lic1tLc: s

Key Vest, Florida. RemembeiHood's MEDICISK MEX. their opInion purges them morally and any case of Catarrh that cannot be 417, & 410 TV. Buy St.,
One of the last peculiar features of the ; renders them fit to partake of the,dances cured by Hall's Catarrh Cure.F. o .

? Sarsaparilla North American Indian disappears when' and the festivals. Artificial fire 'Is produced J. CHENEY & Co., Props. Toledo, O. l-c1 rr.l, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.,|

Is the beat-in fart the One True Blood I'urlfler. he loses faith, in the medicine man. This at these gatherings and passed to We the undersigned: have known F. J. yip e9
I Sold by all druitilsts. 91; IIlx for $5.M Cheney for the last 15: years, and believe
class of Indians may ,be considered as a the tribe, and the old fire Is allowed to him perfectly honorable In all business During the Coining Year

'! Hood's Pills acteaslIJpromptland. disreputable class. They practice their die out. ''The: dances generally last a transactions, and financially able to carryout 1800,
cents.1.1
effectively. 26 arts knowingly and Intentionally on their week or ten days, and are devoid of any. any obligations made by their firm.

brethren. Few medicine men, I believe, repulsive features with the exception of' West & Truax, Wholesale druggists,' Will be enjoyed when Bean!!
Toledo 0.Walding I passes the cheering bumper think that their Incantations are of
any the ceremonies of initiation of the war-
Kinnan & Marvin Wholesale r old Wines Whiskies ail
good ,
(
value, and, like the old chieftainship, riors. Toledo O.
druggists, '
\ UP YOutPRofln through their pretensions they are ableto Hall's Catarrh Cure is taken internally z n Brandies, or warming Rum punch
EDUCATION.So "
the blood and ;. ., when made from our velvety purl
the directly
fl6U5c maintain certain authority over acting upon
YOU 1'OJ1JIIDSr [ Indians, which they cling to with as far no progress has been made to- mucous surfaces of the 'system. Price, ""' and high grade Lewis 18GC \Yhltf
all : '
75c per bottle. Sold by druggists. ;. key.
groat a tenacity as the politician to his [Continued on 3rd page.] Testimonials free. "Fill the bumper fair

yoUR IHVfSTMfllTI party. O'er Every the drop brow sprinkle of
.s..a'' care
The Seminole Indians, like all others, I Smooths away a wrinkle."

show a certain regard for theirmedicinemen -

I and in this respect generally are 0 '
A HAPPY HOME AT
not different from other tribes in the

country, but their authority is fast wan CHRISTMAS. 0Jj, r; UTIPS.",
'
ing everywhere. Their successors are t Or at any other season of the year is a lL t o The word tip means different things!
selected at the "green-corn dance," and .; t boon to every one, and we are selling lumber Y
'
in different In barber
thereafter are under the tutelage and instruction at such prices as will enable the man of 1 t t places. a chair
moderate means to hang up his stocking it i restaurant it is "a gratuity" given fotl
In the arts and tricks.
under his own chimney by next year. I + extra good service. Another kind of i|
Their medicines are not generally efficacious Builders and contractors will find our prices "
//V tip is a "straight tip. That's a bit oil
and when an Indian becomes e4 for Lumber and Shingles very low, and of
sick he apparently is aware of this fact, the best quality;;inducements that are beyond friendly advice, and that's what we an!
competition. giving you when we tell you to try oil:
but the due ;
through courtesy these fellows / 2
BUILDERS', : SUPPLY CO., beer. If you are in the business, sell it I
they invariably consult them in
9 St. Augustine, Fla. r if you are not, drink it. It is made fro
DJIAVERMO N I q1E preference to the agency physician. x
the purest materials, and we guaranty
Upon their disease assuming a more 14 'n
it to be
perfectly pure.
serious aspect, they will then resort to ,;

the agency for the white man's treatment ...n...,,_ ,.,)'. ,
ESTABLISHED 1880.

THE ,SEMINOLE INDIANS. RELIGION. 'Address, '

t They have no religIon-that Is, beyonda Bond: Lumber Co. -.'. G. MULLER & CO.,

dim belief in a future life. Moralityand Jacksonville, Fla

THEIR LAWS AND SELF-GOV justice constitute the foundation of Agts for Acme Brewing CoJ,
.
ERNMENT. their guidance In all matters of duty. Manufacturers of and Dealers in Acme Brewing Cot Macon, Ga.

Like all North American Indians, they LATH SHINGLES FLOORING SIDING CEILING
LUMBER
i Interesting Data From The Report of A. believe, in the well-known "hunting ,;

J. Duncan, United Stale Indian grounds" of the hereafter, where they
]Mouldings, Turning and Scroll Sawing; Also'Veneered and Sawed'Orangeand THE SOUTHERN FUEL & SUPPLY |
Inspector. shall indulge; In all the joys of the chase, Vegetable Crates., We solicit correspondence., Company

In the report of Mr. A. J, Duncan, a heaven. 'particularly set aside for Indians. Saw, Planing and Shingle Mills at Bonds Mills, on J., T. & K. W. IVy Yards at ,

published In the "Report of the Secretary DeLand and Titusville. :
ending I have not been able to learn that they Wood Coal Coke Brick Lime Cement
of Interior for the Fiscal Year ,
have
June, 1808,", which hall been forwarded any strictly religious dances or cer- '

to tho ADVOCATE office by Con. emonies. Their buriala are simple and H. A. HODGES.
and Sidewalk Brick.
gressman Robert W. Davis, it says conducted with the greatest stoicism. ... Vitrified Paving ,

No head chief has boon selected 'for Contrary to the general custom of In- MANUFACTURER OF

several.years, but Doctor Tommie, as ho dians, they bury their brethren with the ...Cypress and Yellow ,Pine Lumber.... 408 West Bay Street, Jacksonville, Fla. Telephone 262.|
face to the rising instead of the
l aide and settingof
is called the
on west assumes ROUGH AND DRESSED.. ,Orange Box Heads, Fruit and Vegetable Crates.
the '
The is J. K. MUNNERLYN General Manager.
is "head chief buta sun. body placed upon the ,
partly,recognized as ,
P" conical Any one contemplating: shedding their pineapples or oranges or building in
ground, a roof of small poles' is
plan tribal relation |Js maintained by any part 5f } J, their mutual Interests, and through tho made, closing; it, and the Inclosure covered Buffalo Bluff, near Palatka,. on the J., T. K. W. Ry. Lumber delivered to any

.' "old men." The family/ relations are with dirt. This form Is used by part of the East Coast. Address: II. A. HODGES, Buffalo Bluff, Fla.
Magnolia Grocery
many of the Indians west of tho Missis"slppi ...
i peculiar; tha mother Is recognized as,
and the and the children and is probably the original formof
represents family Wholesale Retail Dealer in
a resting place for the dead. A few WHEN IN NEED OF
Ii I belonging' to her. Tho laws of consan- ,
months after the burial of their ,
friendsthey
gulnlty in marrying strictly, respected STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES.
visit the grave, and thereafter no .___,_
and maintained. No one Is allowed

"I to marry within the relationship or clan attention is paid to it. Often the gravesaro Butterlne, I4cts. per pound.
Lumber Hardware and Paints
to which ho belongs, no difference how desecrated and tho bones are scattered Write or call for our Cash Price List, which will please you.|
on the ground without any furthercare ,
,remoto tho relationship, but is required
102 Main and ,33 West Forsyth Streets, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
51 i'' to go to another clan or family for a owing to their supersticlon."FESTIVALS. .
No. 255.MANffiR: .
y Ii vifo. Or anything in the line of Building Material Telephone
;, SEMlNOLK INDIAN LAWS. The green corn dance, occurring about .

They tiro governed among themselves or House Furnishing goods, Tinning or -

by a Draconian system of lawn, from I The artist who is In search & LANE MUSIC CflJ
i7r of ,
which there is no appeal. There aro few attitudes descriptive of
4 torture, and poses depicting Plumbing, do not fail to write
instances of crime neither do their laws \' '
Buffering: need not go to the "
exist for restraint. They are honest in C Christian martyrs of

their dealings, and are truthful; crimes a'I see old.through If he could the walls only EDWARD: STILIWG '

,
Malcolm
Love Fischer
Manier & Lam
t of a serious nature, such us theft or murder f 1 into tens of thousands |
J of homes all over this ,
do not exist among them This
land
,
be would see '"THE BRICK STORE i
,
government extends to'the protection of women undergoing:

the Indians from tho influences of civili tortures without complaining in silence:, OOCOA, Ixc3Llmx Hlxror::: FLA.. PIANOS.. _' -

zation. Intercourse with tho whites in before which ,the .

relation to all civil, educational and legal brief ordeals of the

matters is forbidden. Too muchfamiliarity martyrs nothingness.pale into SAW AND 1'LANING MILLS JACKSONVILLE YARD WATERLOO KIMBALL ORGANS.....
,
1'iUtttka. Fla. E. Hay St., Foot of Catherine.WILSON ,
or "talk" with white men No one but a

will moot with punishment, such as "./\1 || the woman story can of tell the CYPRESS COMPANY Lowest Prices ; Easy Terms.CW" .

cropping the ears. No SemInole Indian suffering the

l I dare marry outside of his raco under despair, anb the ,JManufacturers
despondency
endured by women who Write for
penalty of death., In one case coming carry a daily burden of ill-health and pain of Catalogues.. .

under my observation a'' membor of tIle the because delicate of disorders and important and derangement that of i MANIEri & LANE MUSIC COMPANY,
organs
tribe was exiled for five years for beating distinctly feminine. One of the wont are Cypress Lumber Shingles and Lath. *

his wife. Another who desired to attain of nervous system. The tortures
so bravely -
an education, and who had removed to endured completely and effectually shatter A large stock of Dry Cypress, flooring, ceiling, siding, mouldings, shingles, -

the agency for that purpose, was Inducedto ctipHon the """*?is*M Dr.unfailing Werce's cure Favorite for all weak.Pre- lath and pickets always ''on hand, thus assuring prompt shipments. Cypress EASY RIDING

return by threats. These failing, he neaa and disease of the feminine organ mouldings of.all patterns a specialty. -

was promised tho gift of the most beau. iam.allay ft inflammation makes it strong and healthy. It When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. All the time and speed when you

tiful maiden in the tribe The last was soothes paia. It checks, heals exhausting ulceration drains and want it is a great feature of

effective in inducing the wanderer to return and tone and builds up the nrvs. It .

In another case a member was Its for wifcho.d and motherhood. Good a The Keating' :Bicycle
medicine dealers sell k, and have Dotillal' ..
exiled for two years for the reason that "JU&t sa rood. HOMESEEKERS .
... . ..
; he had been induced by a white to attend Blue.uy.. last child. WM born, thlrteti nwwrft.i Here are some Keating points for your consideration: '
.de..
> ftw w rii>. troAle,Of '
I the State Agricultural Exhibition of Mn. Psal, >n..alae; of Jelll\:... ea.pbeU r The Frame makes It
Florida. I have been unable to learn Co. Teaa coawltcd several doctors aad Who are Homeln the
teok much ae4tclltc. but fuuad no r.IkC J had Seeking a South should send to the undersigned for a .. STRONG.
what the penalty of persistent disobedience very' bad htiUh for twJr,.. aaoath copy of theFlorida ,
I WM in bed a wed Wfort the moSSy period The Construction makes it
or rebellion against these unwritten and a week; after I was obHed to keep Ia bed
laws is, but I have reason to assume i* four oaths wt WIDmer J... Just like DURABLE.The .
a J bit
ewpec.
lWt'ntyoek pounds ia four East Coast
Homeseeker.
that it Is death. ....t... I was coathint w much J was coa. Bearings give
Mdne4 u eoawaptioG. J suffered itSPEED.
severely
fcLAVKUV. from pai.s I. Ill'back be.d... down 1'1.a ia .
the womb, cWna and cold ...
I have been asked the question, Does Iotar bottl.. .C DI' Pierces Golden.u. Medical After tablet Disbotlits The Double Roller Chain
slavery exist among these people, for !ff1 Dr.coughing "toPPfd, sad after six- We have lands for Fruit Growing, Trucking( Tobacco' Growing, and for MAKES IT FLY.
of l'ince'a pavoce.rriptioa Winter and Summer Homes. Climate the healthiest in thn United States
such has been reportud. During the perioda bccaas. Njrular a4 were pawed without my- Up hill, down hill, on the tour, road or track
pat"
Itow
1.11I fleshy. thea ,Apply to
earlier days, and before the emancipation ever'bclbre. My aelg-hbon are
a= aK !It haS No
a mild system of slavery no doubt N M bw t.MIIa;. good health after me JAS. E. 1NGRAHAM, Land Commissioner, ;end for Catalogue. EqualL e-

existed, and it is true that it has existed Constipation causes: ud aggravates
since the proclamation In a mild form. airless Dr. I'lcrcc'l di.: ..Pleasant.... It fa I'eilets speedily cured many b1 FLORIDA. EAST COAST R'Y, EATING WHEEL COMPANY
ST.
: ": AUGUSTINE, FLA. Middletown Conn. .,
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13. 1899 3



Professional Cards. THE SEMINOLE' INDIANS. tied, the groom always moves to the

mot her.ln,l.iw's: camp anti) creels liUow.i FOR $ :3.20. .

jbEO. K. Iterer f.. WALTKB 8.GalfAK.OBBLNS Dolls [Continued from 2nd page] house, which thereafter Is his home.

& GRAHAM, Respect to the relation is stilctly on- Sent tuna by Express pitstofHce order or New York Exchange: wo will
I send
you by Express, CHANGES PKEPA1D
ward establishing a school. As lifts been forced; divorces or separations soldoin ,

A ATTORNEYS T-LA W, stated, efforts were made several years occur, and If they do, they are effectedby FOUR FULL QUARTS .

ICE HOURS:-From 10 to 12 a. m., Old Running Sores ago, and since that time the Agent in tho decrees of the "elders." A wife
1 Of tho Celebrated Seven*Year-Old
and 2 to 4 p. m.1TU8VILLE charge has done everything his powerto mistreated or not supported Is often b

Brevard Co., Florida. induce them to become Interested in given another* tho
away or penalty 01 Calhoun Pure
BozI08.
|lll practice In all the courts-state and fedrcial Itching, Scratching schools. exile is enforced" without the pilvilego! of Rye WhiskeyWe
.
Under their present condition I consider marrying again. The moral relationsare

facilities for examining and perfect- any effort made to establish u schoolas the shin In PLAIN PACKAGES, no marks to tnittrnte rnntonU (which will avoid alt com-
land exceptionally good, penalty for mend When you get: It anti test It, I Ifll U not satisfactory, return It at OUR F.X I'Jo'iI\lo1:' and
Eczema a waste of money. They are away adultery being death. Owing to these vour 93,20 will be cheerfully reCunilmt. TliUVlilki>r Is. as irooil us any $:A(00 grxnM. In tho market.
with Weareeloneat hand anti nan give von )1'1CKKH' IIKI.IVKIIY: than ill-tant Anuses We have
their families nine months In the
L. GAULDEN, relations they are increasing In numbersa been rlnlnir. business In this. city ant at the same stand for over \K\US.antl: n*. to our IIKS-:!

year, roaming through tho Everglades strong and healthy race. the ltNf editor IIHI.lTV of this paper n UKl'UTATIOX for honest dealingwerereryoutoanyuuerchnntluere, or to

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW and swamps on their hunt. Tho establishment
PHYSICAL APPKAIIAXCK.: SOLOMON LKVI,
of a boarding school that would
||III lorlda! practice,and In the all United the Courts States Courts.of ,the State Blood Poison take care &f and provide for their child. Physically: the Seminoles excel: all oth 1028! A 11M: First Avenue,
P. Hox
American Indians O. No. 3JI.: 1UUM1NGIIAM, ALA
er the. and
O.Box,235. TITUSVILLE, FLA.. ren in their absence or on the hunt has men wo

Money to Loan. 18 Prodarlntr Hair,Sore the lhrontNwnl following symptoms(<y "SOUT11RBN EX HI ESS: COM
PAN
?. but to PlntsOn lines of other }: Companies, \\o
I'untnlpn and leers of the skin' of XI"1IIl prepay only to points where
developed erect and
"Sllffnenn of the Joint*, Rheumatism experiment, and 1 must admit that it carriage, firm Southern Express! Company transfers to said other Express Company
Done Pains, .
etc.Ulcers
graceful their
GOLDSMITH, has some encouraging features; but con- movements, characteristics -

Scrofula sidering that at present they have no which they maintain until old ago.

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW permanent! homes, their scattered condition Their features are regular and pleasant, You can Save Money !
and the women found
and their strenuous opposition to among aro many
Running Sore that arc handsome. From
EyesAre early youth
usvllle, Florida. schools, I am unable to approve of thisas <-' < -..
they are taught to engage: In hardy, manly <-
eared by a practicable plan whereby the education ,

BOTANIC BLOOD B.,: of these Indians can at be sports, for the purpose of inuring '
1.1\[ (B. B. B. present :33y to -
Sondlias: : : ;
J. WEBB effected. : them to tho hardships at the chase.
The Great Blood
Remedy.Th Their dress Is
peculiar and .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW There Is no law to compel attendanceat their native state the dress picturesque.In of tho Cmhaiailaaail s. ::3::). JeOvOST.:
above named diseases are all due to diseased school, and the prospect of educatingthem 7
\ill practice in the germs floating; around In the blood. These owing men consists of an elaborately orna-
at
Courts of the 7th germs; make their appearance on the body at the present, to their scattered
cult. Taxes paid for non-residents point of leant resistance. Lotions and salves condition, is not very encouraging. mented shirt or tunic, reaching to the LOTUS, r=eo1L=na,
I rents and accounts collected. may help temporarily but to effect a cure the knees, around which, at tho waist Is
,
poison must be got; out of the blood! and that is EMPLOYMENT.
usville, .- Florida. why It. li. n.-Botanic Blood Balm-cures. clasped a belt. The head'dress consistsof FOR QUOTATIONS ON

If. ,B.blood literally diseases drives) out the of poison the blood which, bones produce They are industrious people, men and a large,turban of brilliant colors, and

and body, leaving the flesh as pore as a new women. The principal means of sup- tho rifle and the hunting knife his Inseparable
0. FRIES, C. E.. born babe's,and leaves no bad after effects. It Is the Seeds Fertilizers & Me Material-
of the
hunting alligator. The sale
is this kind of a cure that counts. It cures to companions, complete his at

COUNTY SURVEYOR.and stay cured. of these skins nets them a very fair day's tire. His feet are unhampered with ...... .....

Scrofulous Poison of the Blood. pay. Some of them are able to earn at either shoes or moccasins without those

legally surveyed and sub-divided. Botanic and Blood other Balm poisonous(B. B. B.conditions) cures all of Scrofulous the- times $150 or $200 in a month; but the ho treads tho sands, tho forests; and the Dealer In Fancy Groceries, Dry Goods and Notions.

ping neatly done. blood in either sex or at any age; of life no mat alligator Is becoming and in
Estimates scarce a
for ter of how long standing, how previously mistreated tangled swamps, and the haunts of the I By If you need a Stove write for prices
I kinds of engineering works. DIad how obstinate,how neglected, or how few years, perhaps in less than three or rattlesnake with impunity and uncon-
acquired. -- < -
four, they will have disappeared as a scious of the
1 lines more pestiferous insects.
a specialty. Sores! Boils, Tumors. source of support. Fifteen : parents, and they are also taught the Choice .
years ago
Botanic Blood Balm (B. B.Jt.)cures all Sores The dress of the women is correspondingly
SVILLE, Brevard Co., FLORIDA. Eruptions, Molls,Tumors and other the alligator: was found in all of the simple. A short loose waist strictest obedience and respect for their Wlr.es,Llq uora
external evidences of blood taint. very and elders. The surroundIngs t r
parents
camp
small swamps, sinkholes, lakes, and In cut away In front, ornamented with and Cigars.
If Your Blood lias
Taint of
a are in keeping with his educationand
IEORGE w, ALLEN all the northern part of the Evergladesand bright colored narrow ribbon about six "
Specific PoisoningYou ; Guaranteed Pure. -
nature The wigwams or villages -- \\l
the
Further
throughout state.
should lose no time In having it out. Our inches below this the skirt begins, extending Sold at reduced
inclosed rude fence
aro generally: by a a
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW wonderful Botanic Blood Balm (B. A.B.)will do south have they been compelled to go to to the feet. She, like her broth. ; lh
this for you speedily thoroughly and finally. find them nntil the huntIng few chickens, dogs and hogs aro seen Iitil price
West So long as the virus remains, it will keep bur now principal er, Is never encumbered! with shoes;
Florida.ill rowing into tissue, nerve and muscle, even Into ground Is'found in the tangled and running around on familiar terms with ImportedTokay.
neither at homo'nor abroad does
the bones, and you never know when or how she Wine,
practice In the United States violently it will break forth. You may not think uninhabited cypress swamps. wear semblance of shoes head the camp. from Italy
any or
I State Courts. 9jun95 much of a sore on the face a pimply skin or an Nearby, and generally outside of these
ulcerating throat but either one of them may be The average earnings from this source, dress. The hair Is drawn or twisted

the ditions.outcrop of far more dangerous internal con- so far as I am able to learn, will not exceed high up into a Pyscho knot; In front she Inclosures, Is found a garden in which John B. Togni,

R. F, n. nouGUTON, Should any one be afflicted with any stage of $1 or $1.25 a day, and each year be- wears a "bang" of the standard fashion. they cultivate sweet potatoes, bananas, Metropolitan Saloon, 12.1: East Day St.,
Blood Poison,'Scrofula, Scrofulous Swellings; corn and other vegetables. The women
less. The
Rheumatism, old Ulcers and Sores. Tumors, coming otter, formerly very Around her neck and spreading over the JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
Skin Diseases, Kidney Troubles, Eczema Ca- plentiful, is nearly extinct. ,The killingof all know how to sew, and many are quite
DENTIST. tarrh, Mercurial Poison Tetter, Scaldhead, shoulders at all times! she weais an immense I noticed several Wholesale and Itet-tll......
broken down constitutions or any other disease plume birds Is not only forbidden by ,coil of beads often expert. sewing ma-
weighing
caused by impure blood B. 1)B.-Botanic Blood extinct. chines, but In every case they seemed to
law but '
;tona, -' Florida. Balm will alter they are nearly Those
cure you every other known twenty-five or thirty pounds. At In'
/ remeiU has failed. Can be taken with perfect Indians will be compelled to fall backUp be abandoned, for the reason that they The Largest and Most Com
safety. It leaves no harmful results nor bad fancy n few beads are placed around the could not be kept in order.Hemarknblo plate Establishment South.
IALPH E. SMITH M. D. after effects. B. B. B.Is the only quick and per manent Blood Purifier on earth. One bottle will year
test it in any case. Druggists sell B B. B. at 91 next three to five years. They have coil increases,until middle age: ; the coil GEO. S. HACKER & SON
per large bottle, or send direct to and will asked Jtcscuo.
us we never the support of the government
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON. ship to any point, all charges prepaid six large then decreases, and at old age they are
bottles on receipt of 'd. Remember, B. B. It. and they' are free and happy ,in again a child with their few beads Mrs.M. Curtain, Plainfield, 111., makes
cialist I in Genital, Urinary, an Rectal_ does not contain mineral. or vegeublq poison. their condition genel'ally.INTOXICATION.. the statement, that she caught: cold,
Book FREE. around their neck. She evinces the
Diseases. same which settled on her lungs: ; she was
desire for other ornaments as her more treated for a month by her family physician

Located at Hacide Hotel, BLOOD BALM CO, Atlanta, Ga. As a general thing they are not habit civilized sex and bedecks herself with but grew worse. Ho told her she 1 1I

SONVILLE, FLORIDA.R. ually addicted to the use of Intoxicating ornaments made from silver coin, hammered and was that a hopeless no medicine victim could of consumption cure ,her II

" liquors; but, like all other Indians, they very thin, and other metals. Theyare Her druggist suggested Dr. King's New r,

C. II. PEETE, EXCURSIONS OVER THE J., have a liking for firewater, and when un- shy and bashful, but not devoid of Discovery for consumption, she bought a I r

| T. & K. 'w. RY. der Its Influence they are dangerous per coquetry. Love and affection are their bottle and to her delight found herself
YE EAR benefited from first doso. She continuedIts ,
NOSE and THROAT.
;
sons to have around There is no re- guides to marrying, and she makes her use and after taking six bottles found

568 Cherry Street, ANNUAL CONFERENCE): M. E. CHUR ,lI. straint exercised on the traffic of'liquors own selection of her lover without dictation herself sound and well; now does her ..Jij

Fernandina, Fla., Jan. 12-10, 00. among' them, and It is Imperative that from her parents., own housework, and Is as well as she
Macon Free trial bottles of this :
Ga. the take some measure for ever was.
Sell January 11th and 12th, limited to government THE SEMINOLE AT HOME. great discovery at F. S. Chaffee's drug i
MANUFACTURERS OF ;
those engaged In furnishing
punishing
M. McL. DANCY, D. D. L. January 17, 1899 for return. store. Only 60o and $1.I Every bottle
He has no home and Is seldom at
them with liquors. It 'is' furnished to '
guaranteed. Doors Sash Blinds i
\ } I IMou
ANNUAL MEETING F. ttc A. M. and.SHRINE them in the Everglades and when visitIng what he calls home or village., The ;

|aduate of Philadelphia, College of Jacksonville, Fla., Jan. 17-20,1800. the town or trading post. So far as houses or wigwams are built by placing In the French quarries of St. Trlphon, ding & Building Material '
eon class 1872. Perfect '
operations Sell January 10th and 17th, limited to I am aware no liquors are furnished posts In the ground and a covering of stone Is sawed with stool wire cables

E alsed. January 21, 1800, for return. Iron clad them by traders, and they are opposed to palmetto leaves skillfully and artistically moistened with wet sand, and passing In Office" Warerooms, King, opposite
Laura St:, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. woven the sides i I Cannon Street.Charleston .
forms to be used from competitive its use. generally being open. an endless rope over a series of pulleys, ,

points.MEETINO. MARRIAGE. Each family or AtD has its'own residence. S. C.

WOMANS AUXILIARY P. E. The marriage ceremony is simple, and The few cooking utensils In use are gen. Volcanic Eruption .

talma Homesu CHURCH. consists of a public declaration and for erally purchased" from the trader. The Are grand, but skin eruptions rob life Sash Weights Cord and

I mal reception given by the parents "sofka kettle, a large Iron pot, plays an of joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve cures ,
Daytona, Fla., Jan. 18.1099. Important part In the culinary department also old and fever Hardware.
the bride When the couple are mar- them, running sores,
Sell January 16th and 17th', limited to ; around they gather for their ulcers, bolls, felons, corns, warts, cuts,

learn all about Virginia Lands, January 20, 1890, for return.i meals, each helping ,himself, with a bruises, burns, scalds, chapped hands, Window and Fancy GlassA
chilblains Hest pile cure on earth.
resources, products, mode of cul- ANNUAL CONFERENCE C. M. E. CHURCH. called sofka
large woodeq spoon a spoon. SPECIALTY.
Drives out pains and aches. Only 2 cts.a .
ation, prices,'etc., by reading the Jacksonville, Fid.: Jan. ]8.2390. GOV. s The contents of the kettle is a meat box. Cure guaranteed. Sold by F. 8.

rginia Farmer. Send lOcts. Sell January 17th and 18th, limited to stew, vegetables, grits, etc. Their foodIs Chaffee, druggist

3 months,subscription to the January 24, 1880, for return.' Tickets Endorsement. plentiful, wild duck, turkey, fish, and EXPERIENCE DO YEARS ,

rmer Co., Emporia, Va.'TED8EVERAL .. limited to continuous passage in both other game being found in abundance Last year the United States exported .

directions. These they supplement with a good as- locomotives, valued at about M.OOO-

of tea coffee canned 000 sewing machines to the value of $2- ,
G. D. ACKEHLV, $on. ,V. A. MacCorkle, Ex-Gov. of Wed sortment groceries, ,
'
Genl. Passenger A?t. Virginia, adds hU name to the long lid goods, etc., purchased of the trader. 500,000, and typewriters worth $1,500,000!

of Statesmen benefited lir. 1'e-ra-na-IIe Like all other Indians, they exercise Every one who has had much exper

heartily recon uiud. I'e-ru-u M a catarrh the kindest parental authority, care, and ience in milking, knows that cows, when TRADE MARK
) WORDS OF PRAISE bestowed upon remedy and tonic.
J Hood's Sarsaparilla by those who have affection over their children. They giveto ill-treated by milkers, never give as DxsIGNsCOPrr0NTa Ac.

sea. D taken it indicate that it Is restoring; their children Indian and English much milk as when they: are treated Anyone sending a sketch and d..m1ptlon mar
health to thousands of people and thatit 1I1I1011I, uCltrlllln our opinion whether auIn..nllon
"" names, without any reference to the kindly. II probably pstentab free. Communloa.tloo..trlctireonedentlal. .
ITTONIFT will help you also. lIandboOll OD Patents I
the of
family name or to preservation pent tr_ Oldeit. Menay for.uUrlnspst.nl.; .
their the tribeof of a Slave. Patent* taken tbrouyb Mums. (;110 receiveepee.4
on/ Story
genealogy. They are
SEINE TWINES. Hood's Pills are easy to take, easy to notice without charge, la the

operate, cure Indigestion, biliousness. Indians using the word "piccaninny." To be bound hand and foot for years Scientific Jlm rlta" ;

PERFECT STURGEON TWINE, They have undoubtedly learned this and by the chains of disease Is tho worst .

ABLE CORDS AND MACRAME.IMORY When reading, hold the bead erect applied It to their children from their form of slavery. George I). Williams, eulatlon handiomelf of any lllaatratedwukly iolentlflo tournal., harautdrt l'.rnn |1 a.
of Manchester Mich. tells\ how such .
a auldbyallnewdsaler.
"! four ruonihi,|L
JOHNSON, ewala r 01st. uaa.MOODUS. and at a distance from the light, and do early association with the negroes of the slave was made free he says: "My wife mUNN t Co lit Broldwl1, New Ynrk' ';

CONN. not bend the head over the needleworkany south. Often there are found Seminoles has been so helpless for 'live years that Branch Offloe, air I' 8t.WUblDJrtllD,D. i
more than is possible. of the same name; there are at present she could not turn over In bed alone

________ several of the name of Onceola, the re- After using two bottles of Electric Hitters Palmetto
Store
Drug Daytona.
she Is wonderfully Improved and "
and chief but far
Her Unlucky Week. nowned warrior so as able to do her own work" This supreme '

'; Her Little Brother-Sot down in the I was able to learn none can claim any remedy for female diseases quick.Iy Drugs, medicines, chemicals, fine toilet .;+

'".eons Iu baylatr itiy U erftrav-,sod ;' pallor. Sis'll bo here as soon ns she gets I( ) relationship except by name; and the cures nervousness backache soaps, brushes, combs, perfumery and

_rol l aaauee cuItiratiuuwast.d,"beeeaw on the Inlo.cost.? through givin her face a swipe with children of Osceola. If there were any melancholy, headache, fainting fancy toilet articles In great variety. i
.d atwse l luvoly icocdi Eke and dizzy spells. This miracle working M HUSTON, propr.
the powder rag. Q left It Is said tliero were four) are lost :
l cost of the bert ord. to ( medicine Is a godsend to weak, sickly .
t.31ad. .
Th.bw.I. alwa y th.ehespe.t -And what did the "
Pay a trifl* mere fur Mr. Simperling here? Hon. W, A. :MAcCo&CLE, sight of. The girls play with dolls, skip run down people. Every bottle guar Exports of cottonseed products for
her I
say when you told Brother-She was laid she Es-Cov, 01 West Virw. the rope, pretend housekeeping, etc. anteed. Only 60 cents. Sold by F. 8.. the first five months of this year far exceed
FERRYSSEEDS Her Little dolls made In Chaffee, druggist. those of the twelve months of 1800.
The
knowed when the window come downon CHARLESTON, W.Va.,March 9, 1895. are a very simple manner ,
inl Co, Ctlumbut O the Indians out of bright-colored -
mornin that this Prunaldj by
her thumb Monday
It Is said that the sales of looking-
and tlwan f. year money** to be a unlucky week ter her. GENTLEMEN: -Your Pe-rn-na, as a calicos. A ball is formed for the head Utgllllllll& the Year
worth. i'iv..at. p.r p I.rryvkn. was goiu tonic .is certainly unexcelled, and in a glasses in the'United States amount to
Alwmyatkeb '.Cleveland Leader out of cloth or other material and around With pure, rich, health blood, which
HowlAiinaal, frN. cumber of cases that have come under about $8,000,000 a year, and that the Industry -
be had Hood's
\ .fKMKV my gives employment to More than rllU, will not need to fear attacks of
Schedule on F. C. 4fc 1'JacksonvilleSavannah. for catarrh, or any disease which has being allowed which forms the dress, you colds
pneumonia bronchitis fevers, or
its origin in that malady, it has been The same manner of constructing a doll 2,000 persons.IllHinnrck'M. I the grip. A, few bottles, of this great

of great benefit. Pe-ru-na baa tonic can also be seen among the poor white tonic and blood purifier, taken now, will
recommendation both Iron Nerve
change hearty as a
Effective, with of ichecule December and catarrh children-called usually a "rag baby," be your best protection against spring t
:\ TRU8TWOIITHY Perms 19th. Trains for Savannah leave remedy, Was the result of his splendid health. humors, bolls, eruptions, that tired feei-
| la this state to manage. our It U business mainly Jacksonville 8:00 a. m., and 7:00: p. m., W. A. MJLCCOBKLE The boys play at ball, skip the rope, Indomitable will and tremendous energy Inc and serious Illness, to which a weak ,

rownandnearbyoountie.ork done at home. Salary straight .9M> arriving Savannah 12:00 noon and 1135: : Pc-rn-na. is a permanent and acient and other games with as much good nature are not found where stomach, liver, kidneys and debilitated system Is especially liableIn !

and expenses-definite,bonaflde no more, p. m. respectively. Returning trains "9i cure for catarrh. It..is purely as white children. Later they are and bowels are out of order, if you early spring Hood's Sarsapatllla ;r

l 1&larY.If-Wdressedtam Monthly ,$7S.,ed envelope Reference, Herbert En- leave /Savannah} 5:00 a. m. and 4:10p. m., vegetable and works in harmony with taught to fish with the spear and kill want these qualities and the the success eradicates from the blood all sciofuU 4

s,Prest.,Dept.U,Ch Ica arriving Jacksonville 9:00: a. m. and 0:25 nature. All druggist sell it with the same Instrument small alliga they bring, use Dr, King's New Life taints, tones and strengthens the stomach
p. m. Pullman drawlngroom sleeping Pills They develop every power of cure dyspepsia, rheumatism Catarrh :
d the ADVOCATE an for any can and first-class thoroughfare coacheson Ask any druggist for a free l e-ru-na tors. He and his sister are required to brain and body Only 23o at at P, S. and every ailment caused or promoted

luting you need) 'I all train. Almanac for the year 1899 I perform early useful work for their Chaffee's drug store by Impure or depleted blood.



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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 13, 1899.f .
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send a' representative to agent, has also been confirmed, with Coast about the end of January. Informer a
INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE +- land to headquarters In Titusville. Mr. Watson broadaword contest In New Indian River Real Estate Agencj
the convention ; but England's government Will personally attend to both of these Haven, Conn., he won the snug little
officials in the War Office departments, for which he Is well qualm' sum of $13,000 In 27 seconds. We have
A ITIEKLT JOORftAl. DEVOTED TO TEl DEVELOPMENT did not quite understand the tt'norof ified. another fine swordsman from the British
Of THE IKDUM RIVE, LAEEWOBTR In Titusvllle-Mr. Sam:! Perkins.
the invitation, and wrote for army TITUSVILLE FLA.
BATSBOTIOHi.PUBLtSIIRD
AJtD BMOATHE MaJor McGuire says he heard from the ,
more explicit information. No< -Never fall to read onr ,inside pages. ADVOCATE, Mr Perkins was dyeing
EVERY J'RI AY.C..LU doubt it is the term militia which You will always find something to interest Quite correct; but he will be found avery
has confused the British War you.TWO lively corpse when he tackles the YOU would do well If you have property to sell and want it advertised In tlj\

I H. WAITOIC, Editor & Proprietor.Plucontlnuance Office officials. The British milItia y Major with the broadsword. Send on paper, free of cost to you, and put In the hands of live men, to write at once J

I i: is a paid, regular branch of the MORE FAST TRAINS. your fine swordsmen challenge, along Major.the We East have Coast.some this Agency for Blank Contracts, and put your property before the public. f

of drt*. must be made peroutlr army of Great Britain, though By-the-way, Major McGuire, althougha 37- Many sales will probably be made this winter by this Agency. Why J

at this office or by writing. only placed under arms for train- New Engine, 8leeptail che* and naif- comparatively young man, has led a I

I ing purposes yearly, or In case o'f gap Can. chequlred career. For many years he yours.PINEAPPLE LANDS near railway and river, per acre $2.00 to $10.00.
and served i in
Addrei aU' communications to, emergency. The British militia, Two new engines, the fastest ever was In the British army the ORANGE and VEGEIIABLE LANDS, $2.00 to $20.00 per acre. .
also Afghan
I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, while forming part of the reserve, built for any southern road; two new the rebellion war In of India 1878., and He took a prominent Beautiful tract, 120 acres, one-quarter mile river front; one mile north of E;.l
TmraviLLt, Fto n>A. forces is not Included baggage car, and eight new palace battle of Tel-el-Klblr Gallic; first-class for oranges, pineapples and vegetables. Price 1000. I
or auxiliary In the ,
sleeping coaches have just been addedto part great ORANGE GROVE, 14 acres, 50 miles south of Titusvllle. Will pay $1,000 til
In the volunteer corps, which represents the rolling stock of the Florida EastCoast and was highly spoken of for his bravery. year and $2,000 next. Price, 7000. f
,
Check,etc.,way be made payable to CHAMLBSH. tIe la master of the broadsword rapier,
the militia of the United Railway, says the St. Augustine HAMMOCK LANDS, near Titusville, from $5 to $23; per acre.
WALTOlf, and proprietor and single and quarter staff,
Jluhlllher bayonet One hundred and lake front 2} miles west of Titusvllle
States. correspondent of the Times-Union and with all of which he will give exhibitions sixty acres, good f fJ
These congresses result in much CItizen. This equipment will be used this coast. pineapples, vegetables and oranges. Price, $i>50.0n.
along
of Agriculture<< between Jacksonville and Miami to
U. 8. Department operate
the for have
good to state, they
the
new through sleeping car service -
r+ Weather Utircau-Jupjtcr, Fla. given it the benefit of a class of to go into effect, with other additions LEVITT & SEEMAN'S CIRCUS.

-l advertising that has been 'valuable to the present schedule, about the :r v ES :8. :so-o-es: ,
The following is a comparative statement in many directions. There Is, un 15th of this month. -
of temperature and rainfall for the<< The southbound vestibule sleeper,consisting The above show, consisting of trained

week ending Tuesday, Jan. 10, 1800. doubtedly, a general awakening'tothe : of engine, baggage car chair horses, ponies, acrobats, clowns, etc., Grain Feed Flour Grits Meal
need of liberal Hay ai
improvements !
-1808-0- -1807.8- smoker and four sleepers, will I leave |
I DATE. MAX. MIN MAX. MIN in the malntalnance of the National Jacksonville at 8 o'clock p. m., arriving performed in Tltusvllle last Saturday ,

5 4 75 7.1 OS'70 61 00 :35 J; Guard and coast defence systemof at ing.Miami,The about northbound 7 o'clock vestibule the next sleeper morn- night evening the; and big although tent was It crowded.was a ;stormy The Cotton Seed Meal. New Garden Seed arriving Frcs f!

and
6 78 72 75; this; country, judging by will be the same as the southbound train, entertainment throughout was very
7 71 W 70 42M the common-sense methods of Informing and will leave Miami at 8 o'clock in the good, and we have not heard of anyone time -
8 71 Oi 73 themselves upon the subject evening, reaching Jacksonville about 7:30 leaving the show dissatisfied. It was all the !
shows that travel
of
above the
0 77 67 73 61 the next morning. average
the
10 77 64 74 04 now being practiced by These two trains will drop coaches at through Florida, and we think that Agent for Gray Mineral Ash, kills all kinds of insects; Harmless to man c
1 authorities of the states, this coun St. Augustine and Miami for the convenience Messrs. Levitt & Seeman should be congratulated beast. Agent for Wilbur's Seed Meal for stock and poultry. Write for quotatlo
Total rainfallfor the week:1.37 InchesDeparture
try is likely to.receive a liberal education of patrons from those points. upon their success. Owing Lowest cash prices.
from normal rainfall for the
to the late arrival of their train they
week: minus 0.00; Inches. Departurefrom along military and naval were unable to give their promised after- Office: 124 W. Bay street. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

normal rainfall since January 1, lines. noon performance, which was much regretted -
minus 0.3; Inches. A GREAT SWORDSMAN.Major by manv who were desirous of

J. W. CRONE, Observer. F. E. C. RAILWAY. seeing it, and who could not attend in

i. J. A. McGuire, an English the evening.Mr. CHAS. N. WELSHANS,

Change of Schedule. swordsman, who is throwing out challenges -
THERE are supposed to be more to In the state to bout
The Florida East Coast Railway Co. anyone a H. B. Garrett, representing the .
with the broadsword writes the
_ than 16,000 practicing lawyers In will have a new schedule next week, ADVO- H. & W. B. Drew Co., Jacksonville, Fla., '
the state of New York ; but at which will be a little different to that on CATE visit the from various Tampa towns, saying.along he expects the East to is in town to-day. CEMENT, BRICK, LIME, SHINGLES, COAL TAR, PLASTER:

latest report, only about 12,000 of our 6th page.
P' them complied with the law The first southbound train will leave .
re HAIR AND LATH. ,
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#
Jacksonville at 7:40 In themorning, arriving j j
quiring attorneys to file certificateswith I In St Augustine one hour later, Old Saws ? ,

the clerk of the Court' of and at Miami. at 7:20 the same evening. -- State Agent L. & M, Paints and 6ils.
Appeals. No. 35, the through mail train, will

leave, reaching Jacksonville St. Augustine at 0:20 In at the 10:30 mornIng and- No l! 'New Insurance Gas, and Quick Meal Oil STOVES Old 'Phone 8. }jv 13 Hogan Strwj

THE Canadian government has Miami at 11 p. m. Train No. 37, hand- JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
purchased 140 Esquimo! dogs for ling both the New York and Florida They give Satisfaction. Iron Beds and Cribs,
Special and the New York and Florida
shipment to the Klondike region, I
Limited, will leave Jacksonville at 1:20:
where the canines will be used to In the afterhoon, arriving St. Augustineone Furniture, Porcelain Chamber Sets. .
carry the mails. The animals were hour later. The night train of pal- .HAMMOND PACKING CO

imported from Greenland and Labrador ace vestibule sleepers will leave Jack. FURNITURE STORE 11 nl
The
write
sonville at 8 o'clock In the evening,. arriving ,
at a cost of $30 each, and
In St.:) Augustine one hour later,
were selected for their superiority and Miami at 8:10: o'clock the next TITUSVILLE, FLA (Formerly The G. H. Hammond: Co.) .

t in speed, training and weight. morning.
Northbound trains will leave Miami as OUR SPECIALTIES :

follows: No. 78 at 6 a. m., arriving St.
SOME men won't advertise when Augustine 0:30: p. m., Jacksonville at The Belvedere. Opposite Postoffice. "Coin Special" hams and breakfast bacorl
7:45. No 74 will leave Miami at 8:25: a. .
they'are busy-think it will) last
"Coin Special" canned nieats."Calumet"
m., arriving St. Augustine 7:12 p. m. .
forever. Some: men don't adver This train will not go through to Jack. and Domestic
Imported hams and breakfast bacon.
tise when times are dull-think the sonvllle. The vestibule sleeper will

crack of doom is just about* the I leave Miami at 7:50 p. m., arrive St. "Calumet" leaf lard. .

city line. There are others who Augustlue 7 a. m., and Jacksonville one WINES LIQUORS and CIGARS.
hour later.A Homemade pure lard."Peerless" .
advertise all the time. The latter local train will run between Palm ,

Attract inquirers and orders, and Beach and Miami, leaving Palm Beach compound'lard, sausagesand
in good times'can pick what they Ion at 0:30 a. m., Hotel Royal Poinciana Wine Rooms for gentlemen only. Merchants Lunch Room, 12 to 2:30: p. m.
all House Products.
want. In dull times they all five minutes later, arriving 'at Miami at 2Qcts. Steaks, chops, game and oysters in season served after 12 noon. Packing
get
there is going-the other fellow is leave 11:45: a.Miami m. at Returning 4 o'clock p.this m.,train. reaching will II. W. METCALF, FLORIDA BRANCH ;: Jacksonville FtJUST"

I out of business. One is an optimistin the Hotel I Royal! Poinclana at 6:10: p. m., Jacksonville, Fla. ,
_. Write us for quotations, and will be pleased.
prosperity,,. a pessimist in adversity .u" YYV AUU AITV lUlUUbCDBOARD .4YV/ you

and a narrow-gauge weakling -

all,(he time. The other is,just OF TRADE MEETING. JEWELED..

a plain, common business man. THE MAPES' Season 1898-99. WATCHES CLOCKS ,
: s.w ,
What kind are you, reader ? Election 4f Ofllcert. x r ,

A regular monthly meeting of the They have been th@ Standard Diamonds

THE LOCAL PAPER. Titusville Board of Trade, held in their! Fertilizers for 20 I .. .Jewelry, !
rooms over the postoffice, Wednesday,
evening, was largely attended, It being years In Florida. 1 Souvenirs Wedding Rings and Presei ;
It is a well-known fact that subscribers the occasion of the annual election offficers. 11V.E4AN'EJRES ,

become attached to a well- o Mr.\ R. C. Scrlmgeonr was In H-
the chair. '
-, FINE WATCH and JEWELRY REPA1RD
conducted local
newspaper-a paper The Hoard of officers of last year were
whose columns is. free from all re-elocted by a unanimous vote, as SILYERW
"smut" and"mud-slinging. Thereare follows: President, Judge Minor S. A .SPECIALTY.

some merchants, however, who Jones; vico-piosldont, ex-Mayor K. C My Fertilizers Are as good as Mapes. Spectacles and.Eyeglasses. Charges paid onejway. E. J. RILES, 1
Scrltngoour: ; secretary, J. G. Bast, prepriotor
fail to give support to a newspaper, of the Indian IU vcr hotel; triasurer 225 W. Bay St., JACKSONVILLE, Ell
no matter how good and clean it Dr. J. M. Dlxou. They all qUOte MapeS As the Standard of'Excellence. ,

may be. So, long as a paper pursues Executive Committee: Geo. M. Rob- '
The
+ a just, honorable and bins, Esq., attorney-at-law, of the law; MapeS put the money In the pockets of the growers. I
judicIous
firm of Robbins & Graham; E. L. Brady, A FAMILY JAUNTIn
r course; says the Springfield, merchant, of the firm of E. L. Brady & Vegetables, Strawberries, Orange and other Fruit Trees. q''
Vt. Reporter, meeting the wants of Bro., doing business In Titusvillo and tu F 1-i 3 ""'"' er. In one of our canopy top.phietons or B I

its customers in all respects, the Miami; and K. W. Ithodos, proprietor of Pineapples, Bananas 'Tobacco, eto. rr reys can be enioyed for any length of tiij
the Eagle Clothing and Shoo Emporium., without weariness. You can get raf
ties of between e
friendship the subscriber
Treasurer Dixon's report for the year What you'want Are Results, Results, Results, Results I have been, solid comfort in one than in any other Tr
and the paper are as hard just closed made a Haltering showing,, hide on the market; For the horscn
to break up by an, outside third and! elicited a unanimous vote of thanks the Mapes Agent In Florida over Twenty Tears.I \ that loves speed, a runabout or as light 'I

party as the links which bind old to him for his efficient nervlces. I have SOld can be constructed, well-made'and strong(' s
Millions of Dollars
worth of their
The goods to Thousands of he will find here at bedrock s
friends in permanency of the Board Is now prices.
business
or, social life. Consumers all the State. Of all these thousands not
over
assured f
beyond a doubt. Prominent one single consumer
Occasional defects and errors in "- {ll ) k ? P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER,
a among the members present and takingan has found fault with the Quality of t.heseGoods. ,
newspaper are overlooked by those active part in the proceedings were: Main & Church Sts., I
who have become attached through Judge: D. L. Gaulden, Banker W. M. The best yields. The best keeping qualities. FLJ! t

; its perusal for years. They some- Brown, Merchant E. L, Brady, Wine 'The most reliable in drouths. JACKSONVILLE, |
Merchant .
1< A. Editor
: Losley, E. It. t
State
times nr- Agents for
become
displeased with it on Wager\ of the Florida Star;tEdltor Chas. Always the best prices in all the markets. 3 w..ea.-. ......... ....., Sterling Bicycles
account of something which has I[I. Walton, of the INDIAN HIVKR ADVO- I

slipped into its columns, and may CATS; Meat Merchant G, F, Duren, Ice
stop taking it, but absence of the Manufacturer T. T. Wetmore, Merchant Road the following. It_covers all these points : .1

,I familiar sheet at their homes or L: A.and Brady executive, besides committee the re-elected officers "OU NOE PARK, FLA., August 27th, 1898. CHESEBRO BROTHERS e

offices for a few weeks becomes a "MR. J. R. TYSEN, Agent Mapes Co., Jacksonville, Fla: r

privation, and they conclude to "Dear Sir:-I have been raising vegetables for the Jacksonville market'many e
take it again. No I I. R. & B. B. STEAMBOAT CO years with indifferent success. You have often tried to Induce me to use _
WHOLESALE
friendship on tapes Manures, but I could never bring myself to It, as I always thought they hc
earth is
more constant than that Official Changei. cost too much. This year I concluded to use them, and it has been a lesson to
contracted by a reader for a jour. Mr. me. I had most excellent crops, notwithstanding the drouth, and my stuff COMMISSON FISH DEA'LEESa
nal that makes an honest and the Henry Indian Gaillard River and, general managerof has always sold at once at the highest market price. I was especially fortun
Bay
Biscayne ate on watermelons. My crop was all large and choice. Customers
earnest effort to merit continued II nland: were wait
I Navigation Co., arrived In Titus. ing for me every trip to the city, and I realized more than twice the prices ,
; support. rille Wednesday afternoon, accompanied neighbors did, and always sold my boatload at once. I got twelve to eighteen my No. 1, Fulton Wholesale Fish Market, New York.
by Mr. Chas. Davis, of Jacksonville. Inconsequence cents for mine when the
slip was full of boatloads offering them at from five to SPECIALTlfcs
of the resignation of Mr. ten cents, and I am sure I shall profit hereafter by my experience this I :- Mackerel, Sheephead; Pompano, Bluefish, B

A MILITARY CONGRESS. this Robt.place Pentlanii, General as Manager receiving Gaillard agent,: has at had splendid success, also, with Irish potatoes. year. Snappers, Klngflsh, Trout, Green Turtle, Redhead and Canvas-back Ducks.
\
a.Appointed Mr. Davis to the position of Very Truly Yours, J, >L. MOORE." Steucila'promptly supplied. References furnished If desired.

Gov. W. D. Bloxham-one of the general agent Mr. Pentland has re- B5F7 Write to me for Pamphlets with full particulars, price, analysis, and tes-
most popular governors Florida sided In Titusvllle for many years, and Imonials that will Interest you. A full stock always on hand.WILLIAM CLARENCE
has we regret to learn that be has decided B. MILLEK.
had-has called for to MILLER LONOBOTDAH
a Military J'. B.
Congress. The interest leave for other parts We wish him every TYSEN, .A.gCD.'t, K.UblUh xl 1841.

state executives and military felt by experts the Mr.success Chas wherever Davis, he the goes new general JA 01Cf9Qmvi11, >F'1a. s
'
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::
of the United States in this Kent, has bad considerable experience S. B. MILLER 4. CO. t

convention, which is to meet in to the railroad and steamboat business, 1 '
1 Tampa next month i is and Is fully qualified to occupy the posit CLARKE Sanitary Plumber ,
assuming Ion he
now holds. He was traveling WHOLESALE; 4 '
practical form. '
Several governors auditor and traveling passenger agent of e
have gone into the matter with an he J., T, &: K. W. Ky., for three years: Fine Gas Fixtures Plumber and Gas Fitter Roofing Sheet COMMISSION: FISH DEALERS
evident intention to master the twistant general freight and passenger -p

mains situation and in be their ready individual to perform do. and agent longer. for of agent the three of Orange yean the ,Mallory Belt and Florida Steamship Oak-pas. Iron work, pumps and drain pipe, bath tubs, water clos No. 7 T Fulton Fish Market, New York. r,


aetual service in behalf of the de. Line, at Jacksonville, for six years. ets and Wash Stands Copper vessels of all descriptions re-tinned. Special attention given to the Bale of Pompano, Spanish 1
fensive interests of their states. The appointment of Mr. Walter R. Mackerel, Dtae Flab, etc e

I Gov, Bloxham has Invited Eng; company l Yatson, ,chief to the engineer position of of purchasing the above 37 Forsyth St., near Laura St., REFERENCES-Fulton: and Market in the United National Bank, or any Wholesale Fish deL, r

States '
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JACKSONVILLE, FLA. : Stencils j
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day Mr.weeks,E.where at E.the Peabody.Mr. they elegant expect. home to spend of their several son, F E R T I LIZ E R S.



RO\\L elated. and Sunday Mrs.night W. H.over Harris the was arrival much of .

her mother, Mrs. Smith, and her sister J

and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Homer

Eaton, of Zanesville, 0.. who expect to '

[ Baking Powder spend sometime with them. Mr. Eatonis SPECIA.L PRICES ,
a very prominent banker In Zanesvllle. 0)

The cards announcing the sailIng of

Made the tradeboat Merchant with a new and
from pure full cargo of general merchandise, was '

cream of tartar. received with much pleasure by our people [N :Pin.eapPl + ccwe'r

as the owner, S. F. Travis, of Cocqa, __ rs._
is an up-to-date merchant, and always

Safeguards the .food gives us good goods at city prices. In r.l.
fact, he sells\ us from his schooner a .4.1.1. A.rcLmc1. JPortlllszsor: .

against alum. number of staple articles for less money t-1 Price! $25.OO.GUARANTEED 83P" Before buying the following Materials be sure and apply to
than it is possible for our home merchants -

to do., owing to heavy freight rates ANALYSIS. us for price, and wo will prove to you wo can save you money. .
they have to certain classes of
Alum bating powders are the greatest pay on i Moisture..................... s to 10 STEAMED BONE!RAW BONE,
to health of the goods; and we feel that under the management Ammonia..I.........,... 5 to A
menacen present day. of her $genial captain, Mr. 8 Equal to Sulphate of .... .... 20 to 25 BLOOD AND BONE, ACID PHOSPHATE,
Micheal Available ..... A to A
will do business : Phovphorio Acld..1.
HOVM. KKina KHfDto oa.,VIEW VOUK. they a large; on EqualtofonellboephateofUine...................................,(......... 11 to 13 DISSOLVED BONE NITRATE OF SODA
the river. PotMhKSO........... ............ ............................................. 8 to 6 ,
___ t : Rqualtosuhateofrotaeh................ .... ............................. stole SULPHATE AMMONIA TOBACCO STEMS
The writer has always been a strong ]Magnesia Lime Soda, etc..................,.................................. M to 60C3T" : : f-I
advocate of home Industry, and believesIn 8 TOBACCO DUST, COTTON SEED MEAL, HARDWOOD ASHES,
Write for Special Pamphlet.
Miami.Mrs. supporting same as much as possible; .
; COTTON SEED HULL ASHES KAINIT AND POTA&HES.:
and during the past three weeks has ,
heard so many complaints from our vegetable 53T" Special Mixtures compounded with machinery at very low 0

F. T. Budge: and famllv have returned growers of loss by getting inferior H prices.
from Titusville. Miss Kate seeds from northern and western seed

fritchard accompanied them. houses, while others say that every lot Please Correspond with us before being induced to buy from Dealers. Send for
bf seed they got from Ua&t'ngs: &:; Co., of .
Father Fontaln former
pastor of the Interlachen, rla., have been first-class, I i Pamphlet. fi
Catholic church here hi
has
oman gone feel that the above firm could reach the .
West Pal m, Beach, and taken chargef majority of the on the East a
the church there during the winter Coast by putting growers a little ad.> in the LITTLE BROS. FERTILIZER & PHOSPHATE CO.. 01
,
cason.: INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and by so

R. W. Parsons, 2nd vice-president of doing furnish them with reliable home- I
J'ac1 ors.vi11e Florid.a.
16 F. E. C. Ry., arrived here Monday grown seeds, and save our growers a : : ,

ght. lie is a genial steamboat repre- great loss as III the past, and build up a .
ntatlve, and he makes lots of friends large business for themselves. -- ------ -

hale others lose them.U. Nannie Harper and Addle E Same evening. About twenty persons were ,son's ways; W. S. Andrews, of Eden.
Melbourne. and at the close of the
evening
present,
D. Hendricks, the West Palm U2T* Subscriber, your attention is drawnto Among the out-of-town people that they were certainly a "sweeter" If not a I The pretty launch, "Grand Rapids;'
each steamboat man, is a guest at the the name-and-date slip pasted upon were calling here last Sunday we no- wiser crowd. They were also somewhat: Is -again In commission, Messrs. Alns-
lotel Miami. He came down to take toaim your paper or wrapper. If you are In GOODE &; OOODE.-neal Estate and Loam. ticed D. S. Nesbit, W. Sweeney, C. B. "stuck up" from participating In the worth and Ives and their friends getting
and
for Aetna, London and Liverpool
Beach of his Agent and T, S. Sanders Misses Leonlce
i one steamers that has arrears, please remit. Globe and Imperial Fire Insurance. Special Lap- event., keen enjoyment with rod and gun Ira
.een tied up here during, the summer attention paid to the interests of non-resi ham and Beatrice Sanders, Indianola; T. both Eau Gallie and Indian Rivers.
months. dents. B. Gibbons, M/( and Mrs. Dytnock and Misses Florence and Maud Harris .

daughter, Miss Lillian, of Merrltt came down on Friday evening's train, to
James Williams who has been
I em Banyan
visit their father. Miss Maud returned
iloyed in the freight office of the Florida WHEN YOU GO TO MELBOURNE call at the i' SHOT AT MIAMI.
.f. & Co., Millinery Saturday:; but Miss Florence remained
Itazaar, Mrs.Chas F. Campbell ;
fast Coast Railway for several months --
-Do want to sell
buy or propertyon
you
The steamer Delia\ here Notions Dry Goods, Lad lee' ready several days.
as i resigned, and accepted a position as passed on made and woven.Underwear, Ferris' Renowned Indian River ? If you do, write the Tho Miamloorrespondentof tho Times- I
enographer for J. A. McDonald. He Sunday, bound south. Corsets etc.,embroidery and colored silks, Indian River Real Estate Agency, Titus Union and Citizen, of yesterday, says

t, till accompany Mr. McDonald to Nass n. Our Sunday school progressing finely souvenir spoons,Stationery,etc. ville, Fla. See page; 4. Eau Gallie. David Johnson, formerly of Cocoa, or* I

[ The steamship Cocoa arrived Friday under Supt. Verner.J. Monday night was dangerously If not.

ventng, from Nassau. Supt.; Joseph A. L. Casper was 'in Banyan on Mon HOTEL RIVERSIDE MELBOURNE FLA., Jensen.Mrs. fatally shot at North Miami. From all
cDonald and will overlooking Indian River: homelike accommodations We are having. delightful weather nf- the accounts obtainable It seems that
,
came over, spend aew day, In the interest of a New. York com board.
Rates
and rood 91.AO per
Mr. Johnson had nonio trouble with another -
- with his before he ter several days strong northeast blow.
days family re- mission house. day or (6.00 to J7.00 per week according to I
irns. He will take back with him sev- location of room. Special rates to River L. Jensen and children visited The Loiillard house-boat partv In Wood's saloon. For some
rat carpenters, painters, etc. Mr. McDonald Miss Vida King; of Artesla, has on people. CHAS.T. McKRIUE Titusvillo this week. Caiman, little time It was a war of words. Finally -
the work the hotels sale here a,, very unique and beautiful Proprietor. called here Monday, on her way down Mr. Johnson went across tho way to
1 'regressing reports rapidly. on card basket, her own handiwork.Col. The annual meeting of tho Pineapple the river, renaming her journey the following tho saloon of Mr. lla.chett. Going behind

Growers' Association was held at the morning.Miss the bar he took Hatchett's revolver'
Ever since the establishment of theiamlHavana Bob Davis bas our thanks for his Eau Gallic in Al hotel last with the avowed
Ernest Taylor, of was Fresco week. Kennedy has hnd the grounds and started out purpose -
line of steamers, letters successful efforts to better our mail town Monday. lIe rode down on his about the postofllce nicely fenced Mr. of shooting tho man that he had
Wheeler N. Coon who has been ,
service, which into effect on January spend
ve been sent via that line from Ilava goes wheel.H.. Near doing the work In his usual neat trouble with. Sir. Hatchctt tried to per-
his vacation at home has returnedto
ing
to Miami. Here they entered the 10.Miss and thorough suft'lo him not to do it, but Mr. Johnson
left hero last Tues- Atlanta his the manner.
I O. Snedeker to resume course at
stofflce and double postage was col- Collie Sams visited her brother, insisted, and started for the door. Mr.
)p, ted. A few nights ago, ,jas noted ine Horace, here for several days last week.' day evening for Havana, Cuba who it, where in business he Atlanta Dental College. Archdeacon Brown will hold the usual .Hatcheit, not wishing any trouble, triedto
dispatches from Miami, postal ser- She left yesterday via steamer Spartanfor will join his son, Carter, The town hl\1118 rapidly nearing com- service at St. John' church next Sunday : take the pistol from him. During the

[ce has been ordered over this line Artesia to finish her term of school there. pletion, and when finished* will add Morning service at 10.30; evening souffle that ensued the revolver was disclungcd -

ice a week. Mail sent over this line at that place. Mr. and Mrs. Lynch left here, last greatly to the appearance of our little' service at 7:30. All welcome. tho ball taking effect in John-

aches Havana in the shortest possibleme Wednesday after spending a few weeks town. The smiling; countenance of Dr, HOU'S abdomen. Dr. Johnson was summoned -
[ and the establishment of' the ser- Ray and Miss Otwell and Miss Minis, among us. We hope next season to have Holmes was noticed on streets Tues and did all\ he could to alleviate
I our
Jack frost has his visit to '
is achievement the East Coast I of Bahia; Mrs. Capt. Warner and son, postponed hilt He removed to Mrs.
,ce an these pleasant people among us again. day. This locality In so healthy that the ulTerlngH. was
Jensen this with the extensive
and J. N. Martin
George Brantley;; year;
is proud of. The new steamer .Jennlnjf'lIlll\rdlng house on Avenue D.
untry
Chas. D. Provost and Miss Black, Lotus, Some of our (Society people have received shedding that is being put up, he will doctor seldom has occasion to visit here.
ncoln has proven herself to be a jewel. The wound Is a dangerous one, but may
invitations to a grand ball at the not do much if he does
visited Banyan Saturday. .damage come
on
very passenger that has taken passage Plaza Hotel Rockledge in honor of the Mr.and Mrs. J, F. Wheeler, and Mrs. not prove fatal. As far as your corres-
her has been than and Miss Alnsworth of heard one blames Mr.
on more pleased, ladies of Cocoa and Rockledge, Marlon Ky., \ no
d has gone out to be a working ad- young Farm Wanted, passed through here Monday morning, ilatchett. Ho'was simply making an effort -
Jan. 18th! 180'J.Mr. .
,1 rtlsement for this popular and swift Remember that the INDIAN RIVER Wednesday evening, on their way to Oceanus where they to avoid having shooting scrap

ute. ADVOCATE does all kinds of job printingat and Mrs. W. T. Wells arrived from will visit their relative, Mr, Bettls. In that neighborhood.
short notice. Send them an order Also board. State terms.
New York last Sunday evening, and are
and be convinced that it Is the place to snugly settled in their elegant homeon Address, "T," Thursday being Mrs. Troutler's birthday -
r/rrWe/ would esteem the favor if our done.Geo'rgiana.. now 357 Schermerhorn Street, the occasion was honored by
have job printing the bluff. They are later than usualIn an BOLICITOR8 WANTED KVKUY-
ders, when writing or calling upon Brooklyn, N. Y. afternoon tea at her residence, tho worthy ACTIVE for"The Story ofthel'hlllppines-
south this account
r advertiser to purcliawe merchandise., coming season on lady receiving the congratulations of by Mnrat Halntead, nominlssliinfld by Ute Government -
1 of Mrs. Wells' ill health; but we trust In nnirtal Historian to the ,
o., would mention the ADVOCATE. as war Dupartiiimit. -
her friends her
In usual hospitable
I our mild climate she will noon be well many lady The hook wax written In army camp at
Waveland.Anyone style.C. I'aclfln with General Mer
Hun Fran ilnco,on the
again. the luwpltaU\ at Honolulu Hong Kung
left for of the Mission B. GlfTurd, master-mechanic of the rltthlll American trenchrs at Manila In tho li>-
St. Miss May 1Ioll8er Wednesday, Triio Annual Convention
1s Augustine.Fred L. & N. Ala. mirnunt with Aniilnaldn, on the deck of
at Birmingham camp
arrived -
,
troubled H'y ,
with throat
her home in Iiualsville, Ky. ary Jurisdiction of :Southern Florida, of a sore the Olymiila with Dowey and In the roar of the
the Episcopal church, will be held here, will find a surprising:; and almost Instant hero I last Friday, on his usual winter tattle at the fall of Manila\ llonanzu, for agenta.Krlmriil / {
| W, Kettle is out again after en- Mrs. Smith s having quite an exten- beginning January :25th!; 1890.)!) A number relief by swallowing a little juice from a visit to Florida Mr. O Iff on! left of original pictures taken by govern-

CI'' yang (?\) an attack of la grippe. sive bhcd.addition put up to- her pine apple of bishops and clergy are expectedto ripe pineapple. It works like magic. and here lower yesterday river on his launch for Eden Low ment prlooN.photographers Jlld\ profits.on hn Freight spot.\ paid.Large Credit book.
points.
[President Geo. W. Miles has returned bo present. A business meeting was There are plenty of robins hero. 'fhe given. Drop all\ trashy unofficial war books.
Outfit free. Address K. T. llurber, floo' ., Star
B : ?m a trip down the East Coast. Last Saturday there were shipped from held last Tuesday to make all arrangements gardens have been so Infested with them Among our many pleasant visitors the Insurance llldg., Chicago )

O. Walton, of the Indian River Ad- here thirty' crates of beans and ten boxesof for their entertainment whilehero that they damaged the plants and have past week wero noticed Messrs. LcFil,
and
visitor oranges. we hope to see delegates and to be driven oil an much as possible to I'ltzer, Gerow, of Jacksonville; W. II. ,.
cate *
was recently a tooul'clty.
Uncle and Auntie Hughes were visitIng friends from every town along the East save the beans from Injury.We O. Scott, Rev. W., C. Barnes, of Melbourne 'Send tho ADVOOATK an order for DJr7

:Attorney W. W. Dewhurst has return- at Mr. Baldwin's and Mr. Carter's Coast. who has his. launch on Hodg job printing you need.]
had the heaviest
i from Jacksonville where ho went to fog Tuesday
,
Fu
the
Thursday.Miss Last Tuesday evening at elegant
morning; seen hero In years. As wo -
end Baron and Baroness de Bara.
homo of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Barden.
Bessie Carter, of Deadwood, Dakota severalinvited rarely have any fog here it seems quite
- )r. Andrew 'Anderson, armed withf the Melbourne Social:; Club and odd and caused of the
arrived last week to spend the win some gardenersto M. WXSOKER
clubs and fishing tackle, left heret ter with her sister and brother.J. guests (numbering in all over miss their course in crossing tho ,(
:Saturday morning for Palm Bench thirty) met to spend u social evening. river

the lower East Coast. W. Bruner and his sister, Mrs. Dainty card tables were furnished for MANUFAOTUHEK OF -
Hughes, were passengers on the Court- all to play. After the guests had played Influenza, or sumo sort of distemper,
st
to ?rof. C. B. Cory and family, of Boston, ney to Cocoa Saturday, and that trouble. quite a number of spirited games, and Is quite common, and with those In

no, Ho have been spending a few days ate some tooth of "auntie's," will troubleno enjoyed the sport, If one should judge whom conditions arc favorable it seems Umbrellas and Parasols.Repairing
t Alcazar, have gone to Palm Beach, more. from the ripples of laughter we heard to take hold with a severe grip.} If not .
, ere they own a (tine museum. they were told to keep their seats andsoon tho real grip scourging our northern
n Bower has been suffering terribly -
Brady the card tables wero transformedin states-it comes close enough for causinga
obt. Ranson is his
t t pushing acetylene with a very sore hand. Dr. Cham- and Recovering Neatly Done All work Guaranteed.
Isiness for all it is worth. Robert is a dainty table covers with snowy white sympathetic feeling.
0t.E lanced it and it is hoped it will
bers 20 Laura JACKSONVILLE FLA.
and ladies in St., ,
receive linen, stylish evening costume
gstler, and he should every sup- soon begin to get.better as he bas had
rt from East Coast residents. were soon serving tho-delicate re- .. -
very little sleep with it for nearly two -- -----
freshments prepared by the charming Roseland.
letter from Iluntsvllle states that weeks. hJ tesli. Among those present we noticed Bermuda Onion Seeds.
(dgb W. A. MaoWilliams. tenting I the Mottdames. P. P. Powell, Elizabeth -- ,II
,L th Lieut. J. C. R. Foster. The Judges Campbell, S. .... Glbbs, L. D. Lock- Q. Gibson Is the latest victim of la

camping in a snow storm anything Wanted.By .. wood, F. C. Irwin, It. AV. Goode, N. Car. grippe. WHITE AND RED, genuine Tonncrlffe stock, $:I.GO per It*.

[t comfortable. ? -charge of ter, F. Robertson,'G. II. Stewart, O. W. Mr. Lerlllard's house-boat, Caiman, Is Texas Rust-proof Oats . . . . . . ; . . 60o. per bus.
practical man, orange
)ur St. Augustine hotel keepers are Thoroughly understands thebusiness Bonier, W. C. Barnes, Geo. Brower, anchored In the Sebastian river. Florida l)6-day{ Oats . ... . . . . . .. . .1.00 per,bus.
grove Kate Glllman, T. W. Lynch, L. C. Bow.
Ing a wise thing when they advertisethe Coast." in all its branches;. has bad 10 yer. The Misses Susie Carter, LIllie The Melbourne State Bank Is havingIts Georgia'! Rye . . . . .. . . . . . 1.30perbus.
of the East
Is to"pink be seen paper wherever you go, and. is years experience.Address R W. BURTON, Robertson, Mary McAdams, Jennie grove worked out and fertilized. Florida ] ... .'. . . . 2.GOporbue.

f excellent advertising medium. Merritt, Fla. Strawbrldge, Dr. Leon Peek, and the Mr. King, of Wood ley, had just got Fall Stock of r Field and Garden Seeds
Messrs. J. W. Lynch, Frank Robertson, his boat through the drawbridge, Sat
ake Sol, aged forty-seven 'years, was S. F. Gibbs, Chas. Campbell R. W.>. urday, when lie was caught by the heavy
ten home from a saloon last Saturday Goode, P. P. Powell, F. C. Irwin, Wm. norther, and had to wait until Sunday L. CAMERON Seedsman,

flit, and Sunday morning he was foundd Daytona Chaffee, L. C. Bowyer, C, H. Stewart and before he could get out of the river. 125 East .Bay St., JACKSONVILLE. FLA.
in bed. A coroner's jury rendered W. C. Barnes.
ierdict that his demise was the result Mr. and Mrs. L. C: Moore are enter. =

I6 'conltant and hard drinking. The extension of the club house dock taming Mr. Moore's parents, Mr. and Established 1MTO.
Is a great convenience to boatmen.Dr. Mrs. F. L. Moore, of Washington D. C.

Houghton is still in Titusville, Courtenay. Mr. F. L. Moore has property In Melbourne .

As an advertising medium, no where he is doing a big dental business.Monday's and made a business trip to CH.AS. :Ra TYSEN
paper on the East Coast can beat theUVOCATK. that place Monday. ?
\ Give 'us a trial advt., race was very close betweenthe W. R. Sanders, of Indianola, was In .
Rs find be convinced of the pink paper* Flirt and the Mischief, the former town a while on Monday. (Successor to The J. R Tysen Co., Established 1878))

orth. winning by a small margin. beans In small Malabar.
Snap are being shipped
You can SAVE GOOD MONEY by sending to me for quotations on
The town ls very full of people scarcea quantatles from this port -

Tibbals. house or suite of rooms full.to be had, S. J. W. Scott, one of Banyan's bean Mr. Walker, of Woodley, was a visitorin Grain Hay Rice Meal Straw Cotton Seed Hulls and
though the hotels are not yet growers, li spending a few days with Malabar Sunday ,

At the regular meeting of the town friends here. has returned
Mrs. Chas Bolton to
Has Una Miller, of Eden, was the council on' Monday night, the Kit sonHydroCarbon I Dr. Geo. W. Holmes was over 'Sunday Cocoa, after pleasant home visit. Feed of all Kinds.,.

st of Miss Elva Waters last Sunday. Light company made the to see the little boy of 31 r. Jenkins, who
following offer: For $2,000 the corpora- was suffering with la grippe. The gardens of Malabar and Tillman POULTRY FOODS, Wheat, Cracked Corn, Meat and Bone, Gravel, Cracfted l
Jr. and Mrs. J. T. Waters were the tion should have use of lamps for 17 are flourishing, and many varieties of Done
etc. etc.
u of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Peabody years; the lamps to be put in place readyfor Rev. E. E. Johnson, of Cocoa, deliver vegetables and fruits are being supplied ,
I Sunday. lighting at a cost of about $25: each. ed an Interesting sermon to quite a large to neighboring markets. WHEAT, ICYE, Graham Flours, whole winter wheat Flour, Breakfast Cascara"

enry Whipple, Eden's popular posts These lamps are of one thousand candle congregation here last Sunday. There Is a lull In bean shipping, lust Buckwheat, etc., Grits, Meal and Bacon.

Ster and merchant, was a pleasanter power, and give a very beautiful light. While riding up to the postoffice Mon now, between crops. E. B. Arnold shipped FERTILIZER CHEMICALS of all kinds. Kainlt, Acid Phosphate, etc. Tobacco

er In this place last; Sunday morning. One is now in position at the of town Conrad's build- day night Thos. Daffen's male got over three hundred crates from his Stems, Tobacco Dust, best Canada Ashes, Salt, etc.

,r. and Mrs. F. E.Miller and daugh- ing store.and They another cause In the front gasoline lampsto scared and threw him to the ground.No first planting. A large second crop 1s INSECTICIDES. Laurel Green, Paris Green, Blue Stone, London Purple, Flour
bones broken.
almost to
f of Stuarts spent several days here throw a shadow.. Smaller lamps will reported ready ship. Sulphur, DI-. lphldo of Carbon, Caustic Soda, etc.

I week, as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. be furnished for stores; eta The proc Some of our young people attendedthe One of Malabar's recent festivities was BUILDING MATERIALS. Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster, Fire Brick, Fire Slabs.
lea Andrews. election the Social Club dance at Indianola old-fashioned pulling at the
lamation calling for an on last; an candy Hair Lath eto. >
Zanes- Acetylene gas plant has been recalled and Friday night. Among them we noticedL. residence of C. C. Carroll. An abund. Shingles, .
desi r,,,Ohio and Mrs.after Jas. Peabody a ,few of weeks one ordered to decide the question of P. Allen M. S. Whaley, B. Sams., C. ance of candy and a like quantity of fun I :MAKE' A SPECIALTY OF CONSUMERS ORDERS. Will, furnish you with

i Augustine, ,spending arrived here last Fri. adopting the Hydro-Carbon street lamps. T. Harper and the :Misses Lucia Kent, repaid the guests for the labor of the freight rates to your place. JACKSONVILLE, FLA.










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SUCCESSFUL.-THE NEW PALACE CARS OF The Tropical Trunk Line

EVERY THE F. E. C. RAILWAY. ,
: who raises fruits, .

vegetables, berries o r As stated In the ADVOCATE of the 23rd r Jacksonville, Tampa & ''Key West Railway

tilL, tho elegant palace sleeping cars of

grain, knows by experiencthe the Florida East Coast Railway Co., area JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.

importance of having : marvels of elegance and beauty. Before V V -NORTI- i _

the Interior of the palaces, it BOtfTHNo. Effect Jan,199. _
In
large percentage orPotash entering .".""..., N O. 21. No. 37 No.23 NO. 32. No. 1 8. No. 3810.iiiZ".
i will\ be seen at once that they are of extraordinary -l M 920a '. ...JACKSONVILLE.-.Ar i 30 a m u 740pm714pm ...,... -

dimensions. These huge l 943 a ........Granite: Park......... 6 62am813am: ........I. .
( .U33p. .. ... ......... Peoria. ..... .... ...... .......... ....... ..
structures are eighty feet long over vestibules % la*03**a. 1009a ... .Magnolia........... 646pm ........
(keen .... 609am600am 8..Jpm........
width of the 1210 a 1Y,15a; : ... Ov: Springs. .
which extend full lobs 11 Ode......... .Palatna....... .... 666pm460pm ........ 24Stj
car and are' built with what Is known ........ ........ .. .. . ...... Satsuma........... ...... .... .....,.... ..,..... ... ......
........ ........ .... ... Pomona........ .. .......... ....... ........ .......'
as the anti-telescoping device; a con .... 115ea.!i :..:.CrescentCit Junction... 364am330am 1I0tlpm ........ 12055
i fertilizers. If the far. structlon of wood and Iron which Incase 1 4 06 a "213 a 12 OOp .............Sevl le............ ........' 1t3."a
in his ... ....
e 240a307ft 1221p .......DeLeon Springs.... 246am 15pm .... 1010p
( of collision reduces the danger of / ? 5 20 a .. ....u., ... Olenwood ......w. .. ........u .. ..... i :
titizer is'too low in Potash the l "B5OQ nevi. 12Mp ...........Keresford.. ... 222a'rn 355pm340pm ....,... 8951]
injury to to tho minimum.The Lv .......... ....... .
f
passengers ; ... ... 1211PAr> ....
be small and trucks of the six wheel type 820a.126/1.! 1230pLv } .,...,.DeLand ....... {JAr .......... 4 16pm345pm ........ "..."...
harvest is to are .
sure .
3i7 10.pArangeCityJunc...*. :carnr.: ...... 812P
having Krupp steel tires and built in the 708 1 tlSOp .... ..};nterprl e ... ...,.. .. ........,. 320pm ........ .. ....
:' of inferior quality.Our ri :::::::: :.::::.: 3 15p/ Ar ;;;:.TTTUSVILLEMt. ..... Lv ........... ;i30pm320pm .. .. :
The
r most substantial manner possible. = fon'7rI ........ .... 644) ..,........ Dora............ ...... ........ :.:..:.. ......
books tell about the proper fertilizer Interiors are of Prima Vera or white '. :... 701p ... .. .....Tavares ........... .......... .
3"ri.f ..:.... 8anford..Lr 1CIOam 715pa
< 8 00 a a 1 35p\ r. ,
I, for all crops, and we will gladly send them mahogany, presenting a light cheerful 0 .11j' ...... S2ft: :2 42p ...........Orlando.-.... .... 12 01 p m 18pm
free to farmer, Tho sulking color con Ill lel ........ 700 a 4 25p ...........Lakeland..,. .. ..... 9 in pro 12 10 p m
any appearance. l ........ 040 a 4 BOp ....".... ...llartow. ..u........ 615pm325pm 6 20 ft m1033pm ,,, .
I trasU blend beautifully into harmonious 7 10 a \ 10tt IIAr..PnntaGorda..Lv ,,
OERHAN KALI WORKS, :::::::: 817 a B35p ..,.........Tampa........... '737pm 10 00 ft m ..
93 Na..u St., New York. effects. The heavy Wilton carpets of ..... .. ...... ....Tampa Bay Hotel... .. ...... ... .....

i special design are of olive green shades; SAFETY COMFORT QUICK TIME LOW RATES ........ 8Ma Sat. 9 820PAr..1'0rtTampa..Lv.100pm 00p.LA..J Tampa..Ar 200 P m.Thur.Bun.J020am1lon.Thlir. &TUBS :,. ,

the upholstery is of frieze plush olive :::.u.::::: Tl1ell.Frl.&IIUn 3 OOp Ar........Key West........LTAr 100pmWed.8at.&Mon. .
green. a shade lighter than the carpets. Finest Cuisine and Service No Transfer between Jacksonville and New York. .... Wed.Sat&Mon 6 OOa .. ...... ..-Havana.......Lv 1230pm Wed.Bat.&Mon. ...,....;

CHRISTMAS ISLAND. of the Prima Vera: The Fleet I Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers t
beautiful
Tho grain "Seminole." Dally t Daily except Snnday. jMon.,Wed. and Fri.
Its Flora and Faun Have Been From wood ornamented in richly Inlaid designsof "Co' anche" (new), "Algonquin, "Iroquois! "Chero ee, Train leaving Jacksonville 9:20 !a. m. arrives Gainesville 1:35 p. m., Ocala 2:10 p. m., LeesbnrgTrains'

the Heft-Inning Uninfluenced bf Man. marquetry work, presents an appearance ,North-Bound. 3:50 m. 81 daily.and 32 Carry Through Pullman Buffet Sleeping Can between Cincinnati and Tampt,

There are three Christmas Island rarely seen in more lavish and expensive Steamers to sail according to the tide. and local sleeper between Jacksonville and Tampa, open for accommodation of passengers it 1
scattered over the ocean, the most interesting From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling. at Charleston), Sunday. Tuesdays and Thursdays. Union Station, Jacksonville, at 9 p. m.
work
interiors. The marquetry Monday, Wednesday and Fridays. .
from CHARLESTON, >1' C.. INDIAN RIVER SERVICE.
from a scientific point of view color: scheme, harmonizes with the beau. For hour of sailing see' "Clyde Line" Schedule- or Jacksonville and Charleston dally paper Indian River Steamers leave Titusville 4:00 p. m., Mondays,Tuesdays,Wednesdays and Than.
.1 i Icing that which lice some 260 miles of South-Bound. days for St. Lucie Kiveiand intermediate landings; returning, arrive Titnsville Wednesday{,
is
and
southwest of Java. It hat an area of : Iful surroundings composed to tall from Pier 211, East River,New York, at 3 p. m., as follows Thursday s, Fridavs and Saturdays at 12 noon.
all of Steamers are appointed and Fridays.ForJACKSONVHLEFLA.calling W. B. COFFIN, G. D. ACKERLY,
only about 20 square miles and until rIch woods collected from parts For CHARLESTON 8. C. Mondays, Wednesday General General Passenger
Wednesdays and Fridays. Superintendent. Agent
Charleston Monday
tho last few years baa.never, BO far as is the globe. The natural colors of these )

known been inhabited by man. Recent woods enabled the designer; to work out Clyde New England and Southern Lines, (Freight only.)

f'# ly one of the HOMOS of the Keeling islands conventional ornament, presenting a picture (.Calling at Charleston"STEAMERS"S. C., both ways. )

has taken up ,his residence at the which is often mistaken for oil appointed to sail a* follow:

one accessible point on the coast, witha painting. The great variety of these From foot THURSDAYS.of Hogan Street;Jacksonville, From Lewis'FRIDAYS.Clyde's Wharf. ,.Boston Florida East !Coast Ry.
coolies for the
few purpose mainlyof ._
woods for marquetry work are too numerous '
working the very valuable phosphate TIME TABLE NO. 15, IN EFFECT MAY 18, 1188.ftOUTR .
deposits on the island on behalf of the to list in these columns, but a St. Johns River Line.

small company who lease the island few of rare beauty are tulip, amaranth, the St.John'River. BOUND (IUa4 Dawn). NORTH BOUND (Read U,).
.and Intermediate landing on
from the British government. saffron, olive, boxwood, white holly and JacksonvIlle,Palatka, Sanford,ETLe elegantFla. Steamer

3 The island has at various times been satinwood. "CITY OF JACKSONVILLE." xSn ollr pain $TATION*. DDaily SYBav Daily

1 visited by her majesty's survey ships, This style of design ,is used for the CAPT. W. A. SHAW. "'J] j;; ............................Jan1l:1O..UI.: .........,..................Ar I 15P 10665
but its interesting interior had never and shading I* appointed to tail as follows: lOp 10 SUa Ar............................8\. AIIC".ttB.............................Lv (36p 94654iSp
finest class of work, the color Sunday, Tuesdays and Thursday 3'JO p m 1086a Lv..S.. .."......................... 'BOp 8105
been explored. About 16 months ago schemes presenting rich relief effects Leave Jacksonville Sanford ., . Monday, Wednesday and Fridays 8:00 a m _, sep ll'lte ...... .. ... .... ........... ..Hugo ....... ........ .. .... ... ..Lv p 906.aTatTia .
r Sir John Murray of the Ohallenger Leaves BOUND. $ If!(; Ar............................... ........... ........ ...........Lv 71 lip ""1'5 't
who is one of the owners of the island, was originated and introduced by. SOUTH DOUND. SCHEDULE. NORTH Read 3 lOp IO4baLv.:... .11.... .... ....... ..... .PaJ tka .. .. ... .. ...... ....Ar ..15-P f
tho Smith Car Read down. up. -E1'f4 ......... ............. .8ao )falM................ ........... I -p
: sent out at his own expense Mr. 0. W. Barney company. Leave 8.30 m. ........................ Jacksonville....... ..... ........ .... Arrive 2.00 a. m. 1900 7:1Oa: tr............ .... ..... ....Boa .. .. .... .... .....,. .......vI d 831' 1246p
r Andrews of the geological departmentof The ceiling is composed of oil paint- ,. 8.46 p.p. m. ............ .......... ......1'alatka..... .......... ...:........ Leave 2.30 8.00. P. m. ) iTka Lv. ..... .....................t Jtlateeb. ...... ......Lv"i1l5p T"*e
the Natural History museum witha tints In shade 8.00 .. m. ........... ... ........ .. .Astor .. ................... .... p. m. 11' lOOp .... ......................Ormon4....:..:;....,,...::::::...... 808p 714.Sflp .
ing on canvass in ranging 4.30 a. m. .......... .............;.St. Francis....................... .... 1.00 p. m. ) lip Of ................ .. ..... Daytona.............................. a. 262'0 y025t02p
companion to the island for the pure from dark to light, from the entablatureto a. m. .. ........ .......... .Dereaford.... ............... .... .... 12.00 a. m. / I22p .. ......................:Port.Ora.ga.................. .. 1411 665t
.pose of exploring it in the interests of too a. m. :...:....................Blue springs............... ........... .". 11.00 a. m. Zip 15'.p ........................... New 8"rB. ?......................... 9 top IIIJII
the center of the car, the lower tint of Arrive 8.30 a. m. .................... .......8anford.......... .... ............,. .. 9.00_a. m. ...... :tUTI: .. ............................ Oak Hlil. .. ...................... .... l Np .....
science. It is a virgin island, the flora red blending in golden II 11.26 .. m. .......... ............ ....EnterJ'rllle....... .......: .......... _11.30 a. m. II O'Jt .. .......................... Ttta.vtlle ..................... ...... 104\1 ....
and the fauna of which are believed to dusky Fompeian a .:.:.. 8 sap ............................ Offs >t1lJa..:........................... 12SJp .:.,..
tan and on to a light amber in center, Cen'l! Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.w. ..... 84Jp: If :.............................. C oeo.-............:................ 12 2p ......
have remained from the beginning uninfluenced ....:. a47p .............................Reckledge..t... ............. 191 .....
* by man and therefore the and ornamented In gold leaf. H. W AR URTOY..T. P. A., I r. M.. IRONMONGER,JR., Fla. Pas*. Agt.. ...... 18) ........ ................Rail GaUl.............:............... .4 11455......
1 the feel 6 Bowling Green,New York. I 204 West Hay St.,Jacksonville Fla. .... 42ip ..............................M.ibonrne.............;............... a. 111156 ......
I study of these as well aa of-the geology As you walk through ear you C. P. LOVELL, Asst.Fla Supt.. JOHN. L. HOWARD, Superintendent. ...... 5\21)1 ............................S.b.atlan............................. 10 5Oa ......
of the island was expected to yield valuable as if there were something distinctive JafttBohvllle, Fla. I Foot Hogan: St., Jacksonville Fla. ...... roip .............................. 8t. Lucl... ........................... 95ia.......
IttI TIIEO. O. KGEIl T.'M., B Bowling Green, New York., ...... a :top ...........................Fort Pi.roe :.......................... 115'11I ......
results. about you, the extraordinary length of ; General ..... II 4 ......_........................ Elien... ............................ It Ilia ......
Mr. Andrews has just returned to sections Is WM. r. CLYDK CO Agent.Delaware Are.. Phlladelphla.MALLORY ..... 86& ...............................JeluMna............................... j/\a() ......
the main room of fourteen a Bowling;Green New.York.: la Ho. ...,. 10p .............,................ .lituar' .. ...... ..................... 8555......
England, and the results are likely to divided into three parts by arches supported ...... 7 BlIp ............................Hphe Soll.d ............................ 821x......
fulfill the highest expectations. ,But ..... 76tp" .. ....................... W.... Juptt.r ..,..................,.. B01a ......
by massive columns and CorinthIan STEAMSHIP LINE.: ..... 'SOp Of ........................W.st Palm Beach......................... .. 780a ......
.Mr. Andrews!! pursued his labors under of ...... SOUP ...u..nu................ ....Li.ton.............. ............n... .SY..u
the greatest dUJicult The island is capitals richly carved, suggestive ...... 9 44p .,........................1'0" Lalld.rdal..................... ... Of 8Ua ...".
the classlo triumphal arches. Florida New York ......1022p .........................;IAmoB Clt7 ................. ........... .. 5 8.a ......
1,200: feet high but so densely covered ,. ... .... IOIlOp Ar.::................. ......JoU.ml....... ... .... ... ... .... .Lv b 305BETWEEN
with gigantic forest vegetation and Each car has two staterooms, ''one at Philadelphia and Boston.
'NEW SMYRNA AND ORANGE CITY JUNCTION.
bush that the members; of the little col either end of the car. The 'color effectis From Brunswick, (via Port Royal, 8. C.,)to New York. -
Nn. 8 No 1 STATIONS. No.2 ,

ony on the shore have never been able entirely a different study to the main PASSENGER SERVICE. .1ISpIOlOaL.;, ......... .... ..........N.w S"yrna.. ........ ...........Ar Tip b3 0109p1188a
to move a mile from home. The only composed of a rich: red Wilton { fib To make connections with steamers leave Jacksonville Ion If .....................;......1..1I.Bolen: ................ ....... .L. 12411J> 405,
available drinking water is supplied bya room, Thursday at 6:00 p. m., via Fernandlna! close connection with I20p 12021) Of ....................... Orange City... ......................... .. 114,
carpet of oriental bloom. The upholstery Cumberland Route steamers at Fernandina for Brunswick .82ltp 121Op Ar.......... .. .. \.Or.nc.ClayJoDotlon.. ...! ...... .. 121 p_p.
spring on the shore and as the cliffs will be served Immediately on leaving Fernandina.
Supper 411 trains between N.w Smyrna and Orange .
frieze C1l1ulJotion Dally except !Sunday
are lofty and precipitous it is difficult Is of soft copper figured Passengers: go at once on board auifory steamer on arrival .at

in the extreme to.couvey tho water in. plush; tho drapery hangings are of a Brunswick. KEY WEST AND HAVANA. '

to the interior. soft subdued green shades, ornamentedIn
PROPOSED SAILINGS Tks> sUamshlv Ofty .f Key West et the Florida East Coast SUamshlp Company lea"" .
This will give some idea, of the difficulties gold leaf. Lv.New York,Pier 21 E. R.3' :OOp.; m., (Standard Time.) Lv.Brunswick. Miami for K.y We.. oa Woadayi. dasdays and Fridays after arrival of train from Jsak-

which Mr. Andrews had to face The architecture of these cars is of .. .... ................Friday Jan. 13 lOa"'l1.. making eonn. .7 West with steamers for Havana L.av Key West IM:
: Friday Jan 6......................... ...COLORADO .. m. standard time) o Tuesdays. Thursdays and batttriavs.
in making his way over the island. Asa the Empire style strictly carried out in Friday, 13.......;...:........ .........RIO GRANDE..'....;. .............. .....Friday. 20 p.U Mm. *..wsBMt with*aorth bouad train. arriving Mlanl a.d moraUl
' matter of fact with the help which I Friday, 20........ ........ .......... ...:.COWRADO......... .................;... 27
he found his rate of detail. Friday.It 27-.........................'..;.RIO GRANDE.,.... ....................Friday! Feb. 3 'I'k i_Tlas Table skew Ua Uns at whleh trains and boat maybe .ip.ot.d o rrlT.ud
available progress Much more could be said of these For general Information,'iteamers. trains rates etc. apply to any railroad agent or to dopart free the several stattoas and pork, bat their arrive .r departor at the times
was not more ,than two miles a day. .A. P. MUhFHY,Agent, 220 W.Bay St.Jacksonville.H. stated Ia net .uara.teed..or doe&1&. *-..., hold Melt responsible for any delay or any
The island, moreover swarms with gl- beautiful creations of art, but one glance. H.RAYMOND,General Southern Agent,Brunswick,Ga. .au fequ..f1.. arising eh..froa.
Pier 20, E. River, and 362 Broadway,N.Y. For copy of local time card sell as SM WM Bay street. JacksoaTUl. or address
would the observer of the high C. n.1\IALLORY.General Agent,
land crabs and which how satisfy
gantio rats, J.P. BKCKWITH: Traffle M..*c.r. J. D. UAUNEB A. O. P. A.
l ever interesting from a scientific pointof merit of credit reflected upon the builders St.; -A....".*.

view, are plagues to the explorer. and congratulation and praise given

Mr. Andrews had often to sleep out unprotected the owners of these palatial trains of the Florida Central & Peninsular RailroadTime

by a tent', and had to adapt Florida East Coast Hallway Company, to ,
himself as best he could to having his
which referred at length in A
were previous
toes nipped by the formidable pinchers
of tho crabs and his body scampered Issue of the ADVOCATE. Table In Effect Dec. 19, 1808. Southernzz"railway.

over by hundreds of rats. .

The only chance of survival for animals Gumbo Is simply okra soup, gumbo n
I Christmas island f is their ability h ioiii
to on climb trees and swing lianas and being the name by which okra is often :;; <.1:2; : :;; I = NORTHERN POINTS -; !!!:; Ioi4 -;; :;; :A;; .
,
known, in the south. Chicken gumbo is .:.
both rats and crabs are as accomplished of okra and chicken. 3455 SOp :::-:: 8 eea :::::: 1 OOp Lv..J acksollYlIle...Ar :::::: :::::: -925p ii'M -965p430a MOST EXCELLENT SERVICE OFFERED OUT OF FLORIDA.

i at this as monkeys in an African forest soup 11201) ...... 8t.a .. .... 1401' Lv.Yulee.Ar ? ... 8181\ ....... 831p 806a 910p
Mr. Andrews has brought home ample' ...... 550p : .... 9200 .. .... 940p Ar..Fernandlna..Lv ...... 1301\ ...... loop 130a 100p
ama ......1010& ...... 30..S15pAr..Everett..Ar. .. ... GIIOa .;.... 64111' 630a 740p745a NORTH EAST WEST.
collections of these and of the other 8111p 11111' ...... ...... ..i... Ar..nrunswlck..Lv ...... ...... 6.0p ...... ...... ,
animal life which abounds on the is. Notice. ...... .... ...... 1128a ...,.. 1115p,Ar.Bavannah..Lv ....;. 54Sa ...... .4711 ..... ......
.... .... 6001_ 11 b5a .. .... 1125p rv.. .Sayannab... .Ar ...... 008a 11411a 4401' ...... ...... Through Pullman Drawing Room' Cars Dining Cars, Thoroughfare Coaches,
land, the insects especially being particularly ...... ...... 92al 1201n ...... 13Oa Ar. Fairfax. S. C..Lv..... 600a. 6ana 2171' ...... .:.... Vestibuled '
rich.. The Qorar of the island In the Circuit Court, ID and for Brovard .'..... .....104\11: 1Mp.. .... 2211a ,.leomarkSC ..... 3081\ 310a 130p ...... ...... Trains.
.Florida: ...... .. ..... l13.\p ...... 6Ma Augusta Oa II .... .. 620a .... ...
County "NeW
also is abundantly represented in Mr. ..... ::.... .... .. 401111... ... 42-1\ ColunrbiaS.C. .. .... 1247a :... ..lt5a...... ... ... YORK AND FLORIDA LIMITED."
Andrews' collections, us well as geologyand -IN CIJA CEnY. ...... .... .. .... .. ... .. ... 11211a SC" ......504) .... .. ...... ... .. This
DeOrauw ... "Spartanburg! C. I. ...... 20llp ...... .. ..... .. ... magnificent train will resume service on January 16, 1890.
branches Aaron A. J ..... ...... ...... ... 14 I)
other of science. V8. .. 111111. Chu1<)tteN.C.1020 ...... 9211a ...... ......
...... .... ..... 81111) .. WASHINGTON
,To geologists especially the island is Norman R. Johnstone and }} lull to Foreclose ...... .... .. .... 9:1.1p: . ..". 1047a Salisbury N. C. ......S :\ .. ... 817110 ..... .. \.. AND SOUTHWESTERN LIMITED."
of bill wife Esther Johnatone I Mortgage. ...... ...... ...,.. 10-lp: .......1210p "oreensboro\I'i.C"' ..... 201) ...,.. 1111I1J61p \...... ".... Through Vestibuled
interest. The Drawlng-Room
f great core of the l islandis et. al. .... ...... ...... .. .... la1lp ..........7 ...... 6/1Oa/ ...... .. Jacksonville, Savannah: and Columbia Sleeping Cars between TAMPA and NEW YORK .yla
volcanic, but origiuullya, coral reef appearing by the affidavit of I).L.Oaulden, ... .. .. .. .. .. 6 COa: ?. .. 6211p i Richmond Va. .... ...... 200a............: without chang
M occupied the position. Tho original IT attorney for the complainant In thin cause ...... .... ...... 1a ..... 32/1p/ Lyncllburg. Va. .,..... 355p.. .... 3&OJ. .... ...... "UNITED STATES1 FAST HAIL.
that the derel\llallttlL Norman It. Jobnstone ...,.. ,. .... .... 33.\a .... 621p! Charlottesville, ...... 21111). ...;:. ll11\a ....,. ,. ....
reef, or atoll.it is believed, now forms and till wife Esther Johnstone, are non-resi- .. .... .. .... ,,.,.. 642a .. .... 9011p"Vashlngton II ...... J1111& ...... 104:1a: ...... ...... Pullman Drawlng-Room Buffet Sleeping Can YORK!
the cap or summit of tho island, and at dents of the State of Florida and are both over ... ... ...... Sato........limp Baltimore ...... 942a....... ...... ...... between JACKSONVILLE and NEW
the age of twenty-one}years, and that there Is no ... .. ...... ...... 1015a ..... 2M. l'hlladl\lllhla .......... 1\11a! ... ...... ...... Embracing
intervals downward coral bands exist, person In the State of Florida service of a subpoena ..... .... .... 124tp...?.. 623& New York .:.12111& ...... 920p............... Lynchburg, Gharlottesvllle
t which sepal to indicate that tho eleva upon whom. would bind the said defendant ...... 301'1)' "...,..Doston......" ....., beep ...... ..... .r.... Washington, Baltimore, and Philadelphia.

tion mutt huvo lteu gradual and al stone*, Norman,and that U.the Johns said tone Norman and It Esther; John.lohn-stone y45a: .... .... ? 7o.p. Lv J.ck80nvlllo: Ar ...... ..... ...... 868. 965p6lna. Pulllllin Dnwln -Room SteepIn Can 10 MACON C.N-.
P considerable intervals. and Esther Joliiistone reside at and their address ...... ..n. .... 1111111 Ar.... Everett. .... Lv .....v ..... ..nn 630114(1) CINNATI LOUISVILLE. KANSAS CITY .n4 ST. LUIS.ATLANTA CHATTANOOGA.
Is Metallo Art Co., No. lOa HUhop street. 33(1) ...... ...... .... ... 600a ?.. Atlanta. ... ?.... .... ..... 1060I'I OIIn .
These are among some of the val Anderstou Glasgow, Enllandso laid attlant I In 114(1) ...... ...... .. .... 113tla ..Chattanoo:1: ...... .,... ...... 610p 849& Through Pullman
uable results brought back by Mr. An. Informed and believes. It I* therefore ordered 14\110: ...... ...... .. ..: 7 hip ...Clnclnnl\tI .. ... .. ..... ...... .. ... IJOOpNo. Sleeping Cars to
drews, and science owes a debt of gratitude that the defendants, Norman It. Johustono and Cincinnati via Columbia and Ashvllle,. through the
his wife Esther Johnitone! required to appear ..30,38 and 34 make connection for Brunswickarriving Brunswick 7:4S,11.20 a m and 8:15p: m
j to Sir: John Murray for his liberal and answer complainant's bill of complaint on reRiieotively. .'orew Orleans train leaves JaoknoiiTllle 9:20! a. m;', with through IleelH'n, ar LAND "
enterprise in equipping tho expedition. the rlv nit New Orleans 7:40: a. tu. Only through: sleeper line Arrives Jacksonville from New Orleans OF THE SKY.
Mr. Andrews will probably give SIXTH DAY OF MARCH, A D 1800, 6:40: p. m. .
his some or laid bill will be taken as confessed and thecomplainant SLEEPING CAR SERVICE DOUBLE DAILY LIMITED TRAINS FOR CINCINNATI VIA EVERETT
account of work at the Bristol mooting be allowed to proceed ex-parw with Ko.33 and 38 Fast Mall Sleepers between New York and Jacksonville and the (Cincinnati
of the British association and is laid cause. leeper via Abbeville.Noa. .
to read It Is further. ordered that this order be pub 37 and 38 carry through: sleepers between Jacksonville and New York in connection with FwMe 4etaU' Intaaoa a to rate sleeping fear reservations.k to apat'
expected a paper on the subjectat lished once each week for eight oonsecuuteweeks 8 and 13 and 7 and 14 with Pullman Sleepers \between Jacksonville and Tampa.No. a"llIo" RaUway or la cOIInacUon ? apply any
the Royal Geographical society'l In the INDIAN UIVCK: AUVOCATR a news 36 carries Cincinnati Florida! and lIavana Limited from Jacksonville to Atlanta and
next session. He has 'nperpubltehedat Titusrille, Hrevard county Chattanooga! and Cincinnati. Tills I* brought to Jacksonville by No.33. These trains also handle
brought home Florida the St. Louis(via Louisville) and the Kansas City (via Memphis) through sleepers between those ROBERT, HUNT PlorJd Tun. Agt, 212 West St Fla.
about 400 photographs.-London Times. Witness the lion Minor S. Jones Judge of itiea and Jacksonville.Nos. Bay Jack.onTllla
aid court, as well a*the seal of ash court at 89and 30 handle through tleeuers between Jacksonville and Cincinnati! No. 30 opens at K.aSFJlI. W. A.TURK S- U. HAKDWICK,
Florida \Vlnlvrs. the court house at Titusvllle this December 9 p ui at Jacksonville for Pullman passengers.All .. ... ". *g0 Auk Gu. J'... ACI.I
17th, ItKMt. baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket WAianccTOM.: D. r, WAIHIHOTOM D. C, ATLAIITAOAo
The Kissimeo (Fla. ) Valley Gazett. dw:23.O8: A. A. STEWART, of lce.Wl Ytniran !Street as well as at the Union depot ticket offloe.
that the Seminole Indians L, A.BHll'MAN, A. 0.1.A. F.C. WUIGHT. DIs. Pass. Altt.L202 W Bay St. Effect December Is, I8p8
snys of Flor [Seal ) Clerk Circuit Court. A. O. MacDONKLL, Gen. Pass. Agent.
ida predict mild winters in Florida for .

1 the next 30 years, which gives the citrus. Citation.

i' industry of that state a long lease of FOR SALE. Home-Grown
-- vie AMERICAN JOUR/(AL
life. Of .. YOU GROW FRUIT? Farm otQnu-
the Indian powers of weather C1it..... ...... sbehooaci.e
MIRE! next of kin of Joe Lemnu. who died 'D'I. 0.1. f.r the tv.i sst
forecasting it says: "His instruments l itoinlolled In llrevard county ..Florida about ft, 1t ?actisr' a81L oalr"
hi Oct. 16th iww. and all other whom it PINEAPPLE SLIPS AND SUCKERS 3aarkatl.g. Sntpds.I5f70eecoada.dtklyd810udw.a. Tkssco.tutia.pe
are five senses, which he works way .
in .
:.vo1i rs1 Igo. nb.crib.r ye. skoall &Ie.., du
the concern are hereby notified that six week after anbtot\:. ... .a, Oily )11cadoa to 4"J'1G .
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bureau of Instinct lie can instinc the lint imltlloatlnu hereof, to-wltt December\ Utlo. the { Il'rer. Omdal.r..f tile
tively smell, and hear, and taste and 23rd. A U ItUW: and their failure to apply for administration Of the following Varieties : et the s.cneetd" ee.l aahon I1.OIler trill a M seer's aakcrtd.a sad tile anide h' the ssM Picaru
on his estate I will appoint G o. Ae.deu Ftalt F.bUshN 1. tile CIu1etaM...... .1
Grorm' ..
'j see, and feel! a fat year a cycle of fat N. Hatch or some creditor of said estate of Joe Abbiia Porto Rico Egyptian Queen Golden Queen Ripley Queen Smooth HPUO. t. ,... Adlnss J.ara51
yean, coming with tar more certainty Lemon, or other tit 'Hnon to administer on his ;:!1S'Jotlitltt su ane g.uaw js.jg! $50,00 IN GOLD.

than the weather bureau dare to say estate in Florida. D. L. OAULDEN, Cayenne, Pernambuco and Red Spanish,

whether it will be hot or cold, wet 01 Titusvllle,Fla. to O. C. MATTHAMS Florida
County Judge Apply Pineapple Co.
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OTELS-All-tle-} -year-round. IIOTELS-St. Augustine FASHION'S FANCIES.- pOCIRTIKft.: : ETC.


Algonquin Hotel. Cherric on bats, on dresses, on pan INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. .

ATLANTA GA. .. sols and in the hair are one of fashion' Drill at the Armorytver county jail every
latest whims. 1uesdayevening: In the tmmth.at 8 o'clock.
King Street, ST.AUGUSTINE;' FLA. C. H. BTMVAlir, Captain.r. .
Embroidered dresnos, either in the

L '1 1 Refitted, newly furnished and under piece or with applique embroidery, are P. 8. c. K.

v' new management. Centrally located lAId to be "all the rage." Meet every, Sunday etenlmr" at 8:30: o'clock!
near all point of Intercut. Large sample at the lYeitbytrrlan" 1 Ii.MtEI'ENDENT .
IJ room for MHO of traveling men. Over "Hare your .klrtllhllfI with tho BOft-
looking 1'187.1anlt Monuments. A full wit of silk, the rustic In no more to beheard
h" t ORDI.R IOOD TEMPLARA.Tltimvllle : .
.t a6sN s 4 view of the ocean and rolling breakers ," is considered good advico. \
fe-V lfn\fv No 17 moot
Aai every Tuesday
t ., ? from the piazzas. Maths, gas, electric In Paris the latest idol In tho silken vt'ntn", tuW In Prmhttcrlan. ttmnu.' I'ubllo
t_ bells and a perfect system of sewerage. scarf, twisted in thu coils of the hair meetings llno'Tuesday In mch month.
c. A. uARtm: .
Rates: *2.00( to $2.50 per day. Special rates by the week. It needs to Ixi adjusted by tho hands of tIoo't. o. w. acrid C.; ,T.

.. Open all year. C. F. COX, fropiletor. an artist. ,

f ,- -- A dainty dressing gown Is of narrow Clli'It'III:5.x1SCtl'A1.CIlUIt'li.' : .

: striped washing silk, with )largo collarof --
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PLAZA HOTEL, ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA. tucked muslin, odgod,with lace and .

a wide sash of tho name tied In front
_ r 1= Iy This hotel Is now open for ROOMS ONLY. It is centrally located, near with long cuds. luonth Strvleea.at 11 2nd*. ni.rind'11'1713111'4tli .Sondny'In u,. HnnitHVRrliocI each
4 Postofllce, blank and Cathedral. every ftmxlay kt ni.it) a. in. Mciilng: i frr tp.
Rooms, t'Octs to 1.00 per day; $1.50 to f,6OO per week. A pretty ruchlng is made in two colors 3 nt. on \\eiliicmliij'. 'Mtany KrrtW every
of narrow ribbon, whipped together "rltlajr at In a. in.Ari'lulrncon.
V. 1). SANCHEZ
Manager.
H. F. HKOWX, Hector:
i tho thread joining thorn being ---- ..
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u 1.AI.ATIA. to the ribbon. 1.lt.I'nltlAs; nirurn.

I fI.'nlt'l' every Sabbath, At II A. m.nml 17,5Ap.m.:
Skirts are still much gored and have Sunday' nrhitol nt Ii:41 s. m, UI'! ''. \\'. '." ,''Ift,
flounces at the foot. These usually wid Hrnit 1'r'tivenn.rth.g )\\rilnei-ilny: cuiiIng.
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Graham Hotel PALATKA, ILOKIDA. toward tho back. Homo drosmia! havea lie ?:I1I. The imlillCMiv cordially: hivltnl to atu.
en &.1\\11! our ncrvl,'1' .
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: flounce which starts from each side Rev. I, 1". tlOWnit, llmtor.
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of tho front breadth.
The only Brick Hotel in town. Electric lights and bells. Open the year HAITIST Cm'UOlt.:
Young women with slim waists draw
first-class.
round. Service strictly
OTEL ARAGON ATLANTA, GA. Rates: $2.50 per day and up. Special by the week or month, and to families. the wide black liberty.satin 'Rushestwice morning.arhlnR't'very sad etcnliiK.ncmn.l Prayer and fourth:Mintingevery Hiiuilays

,. The Palace Hotel of the South. around the body, knot the streamers Weilncmlay eveuing at 7-00 o'chlO'k. Sunday
Mus. M. L. 13ARNUART
School every Sunday at R.43: a. 111. A 111111'1'1'1\\1-
and with brooch.
American and European plans. We cordially invite the patronage of the best Proprietress. once pin a jeweled Inll'IIrU Sunilay at lAlraiiK All arc cordially
jmmercial, Business and Tourist travel. Centrally located,, only three blocksm Tho knot may be placed at any pointon Invited to attend.
K N. HELL,
Union decot, at highest point in city and away from all noise, dirt and smokem the waist lino. Itititor.

trains. Every modern Improvement known to science. Cuisine unexcelled OKMOND.. All shades! of gray are to be used this
J any hotel in the South. Free Bus meets all trains. Rates, American plan, year for walking and visiting direscs METHODIST CHURCH.!

150 to $4.50 per day; European plan, $1.00 to $3.00 per day. HOTEL COQUINA 'ORMOND-BY-TIIE-SEA, FLA. Fawn tints and light brown are also :'uniliiyi Regular at services 11 a. 4)t every. and Hrnt Mt: thlril I'. in.! and Hunuar fourth

GEO. W., COLLIER, Jr., Manager. popular. In brighter colors purple, Ichool every Sunday at 10::1"1 a. m. KpwortfLxtaicue ;
crimson, nacelle blue and soufro (a each Knnilny ut 8::m p. m. mter meetIng '-
Open forthe Winter Season. Fine Surf Bathing, Fishing and Wheeling.MRS. every, Thursday IIIJlht at 7:soil o'clock The.adieu1
,
favorites.A Aid
deep orange) are Hoclety meet/ every Wednesday
ATLANTA OA. M. VANCE at 8.00: p. m. Ever)'iKMly welcome at our church
Proprietor. made
he Holland cool tie I is of a length of dot service.

27.29 Auburn Avenue. ted swiss about ten inches wide, the Rev. A. D. PENNEY, Ia tor.
pointed ends being finished with no- -
MELROSE HALL; ORMOND, FLORIDA. oordiou plaited ruffles of the material. CATHOLIC CII UltCII.

Two Blocks from Union depot ,All Modern nvenlences. Ths} tie is then wound around the Services at 10 1. m, every SundayIn:
On the Halifax Rivers and one mile from the Sea; situated in a grove of throat a number of times and tied in a Church building, North Titusville.thtidrea'e
MRS. F. A. VOORHEES, Proprietress,' palms and live oaks. Interior furnished with baths and heated by hot I oateuhlNin at 8 p. m. I
"Freuchy" bow, which makes a UK ,
t puffy, v J. F. C'RoVLK,Rector.
First-class in
\ Rates, $1.00 to $1.50 day. water. every respect. almost feminine.
per Phone 1629. shirt waist appear
1/T/! Facilities for driving, boating and fishing. Terms moderate. .
New York Tribune.
Address:, SCOBIE *; LIPPINCOTT. .MUNICIPAL.'
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LITIIIA SPIIINGS, GA. TITUSVILLE. TURF TOPICS.Star TOWN CUlTS I L. :

Mayor Ailhenmr Ilrailyt 1 aldermen t .Inn. M.
Pointer boa beaten two minutes DUim, W. It, Kinix, .Inn.' It, Malkcr, D. L.

ie Sweetwater Park Hotel, MOST LITHIA BEAUTIFUL SPRINGS RESOUT, GA.HOTEL INDIAN: :: : : : RIVER: :IOTELI, three times Clalllll"n.I.Inrkand treasurer. l.. llradyt M. H.:C.noorMort 8. Hihujlt-ri, .lohn muralialamlcoiioctori henry:

Jonra Jr The council
AND GItOCNDS IN THE STATE. There are $47,000 in mortgage on the meet IIrut Tuesday In each month *

Situated twenty miles west of Atlanta, on main line of Southern Railway. A ''I, ,.4i TITUSVILLE, Guttenburg track.
commodious, modern, high-grade hotel; steam heat; electric lights. Cuisine -" Ada P, 2:09: !>6, is the fastest pacer 1101RD OK TRADE.
unexcelled. The wonderful Bowden Lithia Spring and Its health- INDIAN RIVER, ever bred in Maine Meets every Neduesdaynlghttineach' a
[ producing bath. Magnificent bath house In connection with hotel and month at 8:0o: o'clock I ii, roomover I'ontonioe.
i under the same roof. Turkish, massage, vapor, electric and needle baths. FLORIDA. Monopole) 2:08: }', holds the record JnilRM M.S..IOIH-K. |..re.loent| Wro.'Sl.: llrowu,
for Vermont brod horses. treasurer I ,?, O. HH'lit, ifcreUry. .
I Write for Illustrated Booklet. JAMES E. DICKEY, Proprietor, !

Llthla Springs, Ga. + a M .,. J. G. BAST Split Silk 2:09: >i, met her first defeat Ct1UNT10FF1CIata'
Dry atmosphere, beautitul drives, every facility for outdoor sport F 4L9: in the grand circuit at Fort Wayne.

Manager. Success, 2:18: >i. was purchased by SCHOOL HOARD.
Martin Demarest.for|300 before lie had
r-- J. M. Dlxon. TitnTlllel
JACKSONVILLE. R. N. Andrews
Open all the Year a record. Cocoa; A. K,llllm, Mcllxiurne. .
Lizzlo Meyers is another gnldolens

-- wonder who bus shown 3:15: in private COUNTY COMMISSIONEHH.
N ew few 'minutes' at this Ilg.Janey .
Only a a I
Travelers' Hotel ll II.Hlmrpe
e M + W. Hhariien! chnlrmant I Joseph
II Mana ement. 1 walk from Railway stations T, 2:14: at 2 years of ago bas Mendel Latlmnitei JU.. Walker lltunvlllei;
and steamboat land. Jnu.lhll"t"", VMM: (]allleT.N.. WallerAllkonl.
os ,I" il u I logs been consigned to tho Funig November Reftiilar neiRloni are held lint Monday In each

FELIX GARCIA,.Proprietor, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 7 On the Iadlan.- of the sale in New York.A moo tb.

far-famed River. full brother to that great old racehorse COUNTY OFFICIALS.

Electric Lights, Electric Bells, Baths, Complete Service. Prince Wilkes, 2:149-was foal
Minor R.Jonnii, Tltimvllle, circuit judge) D.
THE BEST $2.00 PER DAY HOTEL IN FLORIDA. JIOCKLEDGE.: cd a few weeks since. (L.Joldi Oaulilen iiiltli, Tltimvllle, county Judge M.
Will Leyburn, 2:12; the star 2-year- TltiiRvllle proMfliitlnK attorney!
Take car at the Union Depot and ask the Conductor to stop at the Travelers A.A.Btewart.Tltuiville, clerk circuit court I J.
; old pacing colt of 1897, 1 bun (been turued JI'. WiKitou, COOOR' tax atHeHRori K. W. Hall,
During the month of December will out and will not bo'raced this year. '1'INwlIleEricullwtor, I John Henry,Tltuivllle,
treamirer i J. 11. KaIDR, Cotirtonay, su'terintesd! lent -
be conducted in family style, Openedregularly The 2:07): of Miss Logan Is said to imbllo limtrnctloni J. O. Fries Tltimvllle,
oounty, surveyor)J.I'.Drown,Tltuiville, iherlff.Homopthic .
otel Roseland JACKSONVILLE, FLA. New RocMedge Hotel January 2nd. Shell roads,, be tho fastest record ever made by a .
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pacing mare in her first season in pub
I Horses, boats' for fishing, and Daimler lie.

[On your way South stop at Roseland. Three acres beautiful lawn, bowing launch; all for use of guests Rates, In a :3-yeai-old; trot at Urbana, 0., o ,

vs, tennis court, croquet grounds and other amusements. Roseland must veto $2.50 and $3 per day. Special weekly I Aug. 17, the winner was Tho Maine

i be appreciated. If you come to Florida this winter,,call and see us. The On Indian River. rates 'until January 15th. Send fpr The other horses in the race will always

i of Jacksonville. Located on St. John's River. Take car at station. Trant "remember Tho loI h.lo." Powders.
booklet. II. P. SHARES, Proprietor, Dyspepsia
| rates, $2.00 per day,; Special weekly rates. Driver John Martin of Portsmouth,
Mns. 'A. M. VANHAATTEN, Manager. Rockledge, :Fla.WEST 0., was adjusting boots on Imperial

.------- _. ---. IIal, 2:1G: >', when tho homo kicked him Cures Indigestion, Sour Stomach, Eruc.
PALM lllJACir. in tho face and the
I utterly destroyed Lions
BelcblngH, Piles, Itching of
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.Opposite sight of his right eye.-Turf, Field and
TEL OXFORD Skin
Liver
Troubles, Palpitation
St. James Hotel. Farm. ,
Seminole Hotel *! 'of the Heart, etc

Convenient: to all parts of the city, commodious rooms, comfortable and CUSTOMS IN KISSING.The '---,-
homelike, and special efforts made to give all who stop at the Oxford a pleas lIIKI'TION8-A; J powder before meal
I ant stay. Rates very reasonable. Give the Oxford a trial when in Jack OPEN ALL THE YEAR. kiss was unknown among the and nt bedtime. '

sonville. tribes of America and of
aboriginal ,
WEST PALM BEACH FLORIDA.
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MRS. M. O. FINLEY
Propr.
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Central Africa From the most ancient
This hotel is substantially built of brick, and has every convenience; Close to I
timoH, however, it has boon familiar to Twenty Powders 25 cents
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the railway depot. Free 'buss to and from trains. Boats attached to the hotel
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tho Asiastio and
ST. AUGUSTINE.' with fishing tackle on board for the use of guests. Rates, from $2.00 per day and I European races. -
upwards; special rates by the-week or month. The Latins divided Into throe form Depot:
GEORGE ZAI'F, Pioprletor.MIAMI. -the OHculum, the hasium and the

Buuvioluiij, the first being the kiss of SAMUEL EDEN M. D"lJItoqKr.YN
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!tel ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.
Nagiiolia N Y.
ceremony and the third of love. ,

Tbo Semites always employed tho 1310 Bushwlck Avenue. 1

Hotel kiss; and Job speaks of it as pa'rt of
$12,000 expended on Improvements and new furnishings this season. Hydraulic Connolly MIAMI, FLORIDA.Best their sacred rites.
Elevator, Hot and Cold Water Baths on each !'Hour; also Private AND :
Baths added to several suites and Heatiug Arrangements; are a few of the In the Mongolian kiss the lips do not COTTON
Improvements added this season, making this popular house one of the most $2.00 per day house in the city. Special, rates by the week. come into actual contact with those of -
' comfortable and well equipped hotels In the South. Write for booklet. O. I'. HUNTINGTON, the person ki HCd. The nose is brought

PALMER & MAcDOWELL. Proprietor. into light contact with the cheek, ford. LINEN NETTING.
head or baud. The breath I In drawn ,. e

slowly through the nostrils, and the

Buckingham, ST. AUGUSTINE WM.; P. ,KENNEY FLA. Manager. Insecticides I and Powder Guns. act lips.ends with a light smock of the


i Learned men of all nation have attempted *

DAYTONA, FLA. Read the following from Mr. Brown, BO well known on the Eaat Coast : to trace back the kiss to the FISHING TACKLE,
Iy Inn act of the lower animals who lObe
ERNEST L. CASWELL, Manager. "Ilvpoturo, FLA., Nov. 18, 1808. their prey with their teeth. The aver
"MR. C. R. TYSEN, Superior quality Linen GUI Netting
0 are man does not take a great deal ofI
made from'Knox'. Scotch
PALM BEACH, FLA. JACKSONVILLE, FLA { ,terest in the of the thread
ethnology subject
Hotel I Hibiscus
>w) t I LEON H. CILLEY, Mg'r. "Dear Sir:-I have been using the Laurel Green I got from you this season however. Samples and estimates cheerfully furn
on three acres of beans, and never saw anything to equal It. There Is not a worn .ished. Corks, Leads, Lines, etc.

GEO. C. HOWE, Proprietor. to be seen. Put on with a powder gun. I find land plaster is nut required. It 1 Ii J. H, JOHNSON & CO.,
acting well on tomatoes and eggplants. J. BROWN."

Write to me (Chas. It. Tyticn, Jacksonville) for pamphlets and 1 Doubtfr.1. Manufacturers,
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quotations. Customer-Do yon think this medi 121 .South St., BALTIMORE, MD.
ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA, cine will have the desired effect

: ie S t. George : Druggist-Oh, I'll guarantee it
MBS. C. D. TYLER, Owner and Mg'r. yea. INDIAN RIVER STEAMERS.
to work like charm.
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The Bee Hive Goods and Store '
Dry Millinery e Customer-But I have no faith in -
Chang of Schedule of 'I. 1C. 11. II. I.
' Corner of the Plaza and St George Street. In the very center of the city. charm

Strictly' first-class In every respect. Rates: $2.50 per day, and upward !Is_ODe ot the Best and Cheapest Houses in lactsonillli..., Druggist-Neither have L-Chicago N. Co.
New On and after. Monday, Jan. 2, 1699,
| Special weekly and season rates. the steamer Sebastian, In command of

-( LADIES' AND GENTS' FURNISHING GOODS G...,.. Capt Frank Houston will leave Titus
L. ,,I "Hello! What' op?" Inquired the vllle Mondays and Wednesdays at 4:00:

ST. AUGUSTINE, F1.A.. Silk Waists and Skirts of all description kept In stock and made to order A, short passenger, trying vainly to see p. m., for St Lucte rlvir )landings awl._

1 IE ABBEY, StreetHot first-class line of Gents' Furnishing Goods and a new line of Millinery to select t i t what was interesting the crowd in the intermediate= Wednesday points and, returning Fridays to Tltuivllle
; Near the City Gate St. George arriving
.a from. You will find our Prices Right, and Mall Orders promptly attended<< racking oar."Seven ". here about noon

r Electric Bells. Rates, $2.00 per day. Write us, or when ID I town give us a call, and you will bo pleased. briefly responded, the tall Steamer St Augustine, In commandof
Sulphur Bath free to guests. passenger, who could tee the excite Capt. Oeo. J. Mercler, leave Titus-
I Special rate by the week or season Address J. WEISS, Proprietor, player-Chicago Tribune. vllle Tuesday and Thursdays, returning

'4 1 '- LOCKWOOD & TEAUEN' Proprietors. 21 A 23 East Bay St., .. JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Thursdays and Saturdays "

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V..K. C. Meriting e"rl. husband, Monday morning, with a fine Mr."- I ROBBINS & GRAHAM s. \JV. OAeeoII: : :: :.,, ,
boy as a new years gift. Naturally
Duren feels quite happy over the event, Lovett& Carroll.)
These trains are scheduled to leave friends have been giving
and his many; FRUITS Ceeand
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Jacksonville at 8:00 p. m., and arriv him hearty congratulations; In which .La'VV y ors... GROCERIES VEGETABLES, of All Kiij',
8:10 m. ,
Miami next morning at : p. the ADVOCATE joins.

Northbound 7:.',0 m.,, arriving the train In to Jacksonville leave Miamiat at -Mrs. Lalla Rooks, of White 'City, Crockery, Glass and Tinware. Your patronage Solicited.TITUSVILLE .

g 8:00 a. m.p. next morning; daily service. after a pleasant visit with her sister in WILL PRACTICE IN STATE AND FLonIDA.E. .
See description of cars on our Jth page. St. Augustine, passed through here,
1 Saturday last, en route home. UNITED STATES COURTS.

Indian hirer Orange -Mr. James Lane, manager for Greens :S AC &, :seO.
BEHJ W JEROME leaf & Crosby Co., Jacksonville's well-
," known jewelers, has been down at ,Palm ABSTRACTS of Title Furnished Garden Seed Fertilizers Staple & Fancy Groceries
The Times-Union and .Citizen says: Beach this week, getting everything in Groceries, Grain Hay r fi j
the office of the Windsor
State Representative JliON :WORKS PENNSYLVANIA CO., for Hotel Hanging Is a In large bunch of oranges and i a readiness for the opening of their fine for Lands-in Brevard and Dade And Food Products of all kinds. Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal,Grot:

the Sale of GLOBE OAS ENGINES, bunch of citron, being some of the finest store in Hotel Royal Poinciana. Food and Wheat. We are the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively] I
Marino: and Stationary. specimens ever received In Jacksonville. -Captain John McLean, after a visit Counties. the above line. of goods. We Invite your correspondence and solicit your patrol;
They are from Nevins' Rlvervlew hotel of several weeks with Senator and Mrs.F. Very truly, E. L. BRADY & BRO., Tltusvllle, PIt '
Selling Agent COLMAN ACETYLENE grove, at Merritt, on Merrltt's Island, W. Sams, of New Smyrna, has returned -- .
GAS !I'ClJINES.Safest/: Chea,.- Indian River, and were sent to J. IIRaiTtery to Cocoa to join his schooner, which We have a large List -I
cst and Best light for private dwell travelling passenger agent of has been undergoing repairs. The genial .
ings and stores. J., T. & K. W. Ry., as specimens of: captain passed through Titusyflle on of Lands owned by Lesley <& Motlowy /
what they have growing there. Monday afternoon's train.
and estimates
For prices, catalogues ,
f address, IUENJ. -As we have frequently been,asked ourselves and clients. (Successors to LOSLEY, RENAKER & CO.)
W. JEROME, Hall Service to Havana.It when Mrs. Coleman was coming south,

Rockledge, Fla. i her many friends in this section will be Price for unimproved Foreign and Domestic Brands of Wines, Brandies, Rams, Gins and Whls'
Is stated that mail service has been sorry to learn, from the following, that
ordered over the Florida East Coast she will not visit Titusville this winter: lands $3 to $100, Bottled Beers, Ales and' Stont.
The Anneoser-Basch Brewing Asso'ion Steamship Line twice a week to Havanavia "Allendale, N. J., Jan. 6, 1899. Editor
Miami. This will give almost a daily ADVOCATE: Dear Sir-The first letter In acre. A First-class Line of Cigars. *.. Billiard and Pool Table!

Turnout St.Louis Keg and Bottled Beer., mall service between the United States the new year Is written to you to renew per Family and hotel trade is solicited. Prompt and careful attention given: to ,
and Cuba. The sailing days of the Florida my subscription for the newsy pink m
order. LOSLEY & MOTLOW
Bold ray Mr.by J.Mem.U.Crahb Lesley l Corn& Motlow, Kla., Tltuarllle, Fla. East Coast Line are Sundays and paper., Inclosed please find $l.60. Mrs. WE have a few Residence, Orange orders. Cash must accompany your Titusville,r.

fly Jlr.\ W.J.. Tucker, Fort fierce, Fla. Wednesdays, and there are three sailings .M. L. Coleman." and Properties In desirable -
Grove Pineapple
per week from Port Tampa, on Mondys,
...JOSEPH ZAPF... Thursdays and Saturdays, via the Plant locations. Prices Reasonable.
Steamship Line. The "Advocate." -

; Wholesale Beer and Liqoors ,{ TITUSVILLE KITCHEN UTENSILS,
The INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE is on OFFICES {
-Please mention the ADVOCATE when and .
MIAMI.MILLINERY.
1 and
sale at the following news-stands, at five Cooking stoves, ranges Blue Flam*
advertisers.
1 West Bay Street, writing cents per copy : We have a variety that will suit all nee

..( JACKSONVILLE, FLA. 1'ltusvllle-Fred S. Chaffee. and tastes of the housekeeper, and we
Dredging Out the Canal. J. B. Screven.St. v selling them almost for a song. Our'
Alcazar.
1 HENRY R. THOMAS\J' Augustine-Hotel Far agateware, galvanized .and paintedn
General Manager George F. Miles, of I
the I. R. & B. 4 I. N. Co., St. Augustine I +c3/ shows new shapes and improvements '

,,,,,1A VILLA PHARMACY has been spending a few days In and DRESSMAKING.Mail our new line of tinware and crockery is c

Dade Co., this week, looking after some East Coast Meat MarketG. limited. Our fine Mascot cooking slot!
all Kinds of done In the
Keeps dredging which Is being and Willard steel range is just what j
Jupiter-Juno canal, where a large land-
Pare Drugs, Fancy and Toilet Articles, slide recently occurred, and blocked the F. DUREN, Agent. -. need for cooking.
waterway to Lake Worth. The work
Prices to suit. _
will probably be completed In a fort. CD ots

J'' fl! Adams St., cor. Madison, night, ready for the company's. steamersto -- _.

JACKSONVILLE: ; FLA pass through. csa JAS. PEITCHAED '& SON
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Killed a Bear
i
Fancy Pineapple Slips & Suckers aM.t-U.EPCrl.il.: F'1c.
for Sale. Senator F. W. Sams, County Com mis- -
i loner Thomas J. Murray and Mr. Jas.
B. McKeown have returned to New pp
.
{ Abbakas, Egyptian Queen, Golden New Smyrna from a hunt of several |S
Queen, Porto Rico, Smooth Cayenne and days, and were ''successful in. killing a CXiJa
4 tied Spanish. Apply to large black bear. This makes the third r Carpets Mattings and Rugs
MAUDOCK & MATTHAMS, ,,
bear killed in the New Smyrna section =; "
"Palm Beach Pinery," this season. Titusville Florida.
West Palm Beach, Fla. \
\ Orders Solicited. Satisfaction IJ THE LARGEST STOCK AT LOWEST PRICES.
Guaranteed
Planting Orange Tree MRS. DEISM'S} BOARDING HOUSE :
,
:t For Sale, v.* Mrs. Helen W. Reynolds, Fall Patterns now received.
Judge M. S. Jones has had upwards of TITUSVILLE; FLA. are being
(1 Ten thousand acres Turpentine Land, 000 orange trees planted in his new Tltusvllle Fla.
t in St. John's county, near transportation. grove at Klondike, where his son, Wade, f Awnings and Linoleums, a Specialty
is now attending to them; Mr. E. R. Board and Room, One Dollar Per Day. ,
I Sixteen Thousand acres In one body Provost, of Lotus, has planted out 160 THE MOST COMPLETEElectrical
H. E. CLARK
near Titusville, on, Indian River, welttimbered. extra trees this week, and Mr. Ennis, of House In the ,
the same place, has followed with 100. When in need of White and Rye Bread, Supply State. .. a -
COURTLAND BUCKMAN, Mr. Wm. M. Brown, of Titusville, has Pies, Cakes, etc., go to Mrs. Deisner's 38 West Bay St.,
22, Hogan street, also planted out over 1,000 trees on his I City Bakery. Yachts, boarding houses, ..THE JOHNSON LAW CO.. I Jacksonville, FI
Jacksonville, Fla. place at Banyan, while others in that hotels and families supplied.

section have been kept busy for some ELECTRICIANS, I
time past planting orange trees. The .

Jilrds nncl Animals Mounted orange industry. is by no means dead. NEAR & TAYLOR, Jacksonville, Florida. ESTABLISHED 1875.

/r \JVr.cl. : O'ZT:es &, CO
In the best style. l Address, R. C. The Hamburg Ca e. Artesian WellCONTRACTORS ,
Scrlrugeour, taxidermist, Washington -
.J avenue (corner of Main street), Titus- At the Fall Term of Circuit Court for : dr 3 t) GRAIN, GARDEN SEEDS AND FERTILIZE}

vllle, Fla. Duval county, held before Judge Call, in i i/ I ,
Jacksonville\ last Friday, final judgmentwas 6 East Bay Street, JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.We .
l For Sale At n Great'Bargain. given for the defendants in the Bre- Ean Gallie Fla.
vard county case of Simon Hamburg, of handle only the best and most reliable Seeds. A complete stock of Th:
Titusville and Chicago, against eleven Corn, Oats, Flour, Bran, Wheat, Grits, Meal, Cotton Seed Meal, both bright i
1:1: A well-equipped, '30-foot Sharpie, recently insurance companies, in which the polities I dark at wholesale. State agents for Tygert-Allen Fertilizer Co.

fully overhauled; everything: of insurance ot property, which was Write ... Star Brand Fertilizers-Guaranteed Analysis l ,Orange tree and Vegetable Fertilizer Pure On-:,
)1 ready for cruising: cabin big enough for Quick. t Bone Nitrate Soda, Muriate of Potash I
destroyed by a tire In December, 1803! ; i Sulphate Potash Kalnlt! eto. These fertilizers bare
four berths. It was pieparodj: for a trip were assigned$ to the Indian River State I superior In the market,and a trial will(convince. Send for Catalogue free.

to Key West and Cuba, the owner being Bank, of Titusville. Payment on these FOR FREE SCHOLARSHIP ,. ,
called from the state, It will be
away refusd
policies was as Hamburg was accused -
sold at less than half the value. For. of causing the lire, and for this he RAILROAD FARE PAID. ?
'a 1VI. : "
particulars apply to IRSC
was arrested and tried. The case was Positions Guaranteed;
J. G. DETWILLER, heard by Judge Call, as Judge Jones of

: q NowSmyma, Fla. the ified.Seventh Judicial Circuit was disqual- Open all the year to both Sexes.GA.ALA. (Successor to B. Ilirsch.)

BUSINESS COLLEGE, Edison LaLande cell, type "V," for WHOLESALE -

rar: Heading notice ads. on this page Macon Ga. marine gas ,engine Ignition. .
ere five cents per 'line per week. Ucshlenco to Kent.

f FRUITS AND PRODUCEFish -
To rent, at Malabar, Brevard county, '
A SERIQUS ACCIDENT. Florida, a new, two-story residence of Hotel Plaeide JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
six rooms; all well finished; two minutes
walk from railroad station partly Management.
; ,
i, Fonda Reed, deputy sheriff, of this furnished. Terms reasonable, and made and Ga
Oysters l>173
' place, met with serious accident early known
on application to
!*7 4n Sunday morning last. On account of Mns. W. W. WIXEN, Centrally Located. ,Most comfortable hotel in the city. All conveniences. ,
the circus in town, he was appointed Malabar Unexceptionable cuisine., 'Bus meets all trains. Ample Sample Room accommodations
:Fla.,
Deputy marshal by the town for that \ for Commercial men. Rates, $2.50 per day. South Broad'Street, ATLANTA, GA.
About o'clock he Conducted under the able and efficient management ofGEORGE
y nlKlit. one a. in., left
REFER TO
: The Commercial Agencies, the Capital City Bank, IIIrscliK
if or home and as he did not wish to
liaturb hIs mother he crawled throughthe LOCAL NEWS. WILSON & CO. Paper Co., Atlanta, Ga.; The National Bank, A Kaiser & Bro., Brunswick, Ga.:
:.. Guckenhlmer & Sons, Herman & C
window, when a, revolver droppedout Kayton, Eckman & Vetsburg, Savannah,
[Continued from 1st A. Montgomery, Agent So. Express Co., Atlanta, Ga.
of his pocket and discharged the page.Ur ] MI3UKITT (BIerrltt'8 Island).
: bullet, which entered his left leg, just Jno. M. Dixon, of this place,
I below the knee, plowed Its way upward paid Cocoa a visit last Friday
'
und forward, shattering both bones in
r the leg. It then came out of the front -We are pleased to see County Clerk I Riverview.1 s '
of the leg and dropped Into his shoe. A. A. Stewart around town again after The "Ideal Hat Fasteners"Bicyclists

Dr. Wilson was quickly on the spot, and his spell of sickness.! MERRITT, FLORIDA.. ON INDIAN RIVER. .

lid all he could to relieve the sufferer, -Mr. C. A. Robinson, who has been On high pine land. Health, comfort and sport No better \
Hunting and
until
Boy
more medical aid airived. We ate spending the past week In Jacksonville, will find it a (|
in Florida. .
pleased to learn Mr. Reed Is getting along returned to Eden yesterday Fishing

nicely under the skillful care of Drs. B. .. Open from January 15th, 1809. M. B. MAHON.. The most useful and salable Invention out. No hat pins required for hat|
; It. Wilson and G. W. Holmes. .Mr. Geo. Martin, of Chicago, informs .. bonnets. I
us he is now in Sebastian where
the ADVOCATE will follow Great inducements to agents. Quick sales and large profits. Send for par'i
Senator Quay ANDREW LOSLEY. ulars and clrculrrs. Address, "I. H. F," No. 700 South Pryor St., I
-Senator Gaillard and Messrs. Hugh ... JSP- Prompt attention given. Atlanta, Ga. f
A telegram from II. Richardson, Chas Davis and C, R.
Hcrrlsburg, Pa.,
says
that all Senator Quay's friends In Floe Gaillard were among the callers at'this WATCHMAKER and JEWELER .

ida will more than rejoice that, in spite office yesterday. A I
of Van Valkenburg, backed up by others -Major E. W. Peabody, the able representative
\ the third /Senator from Florida I is ass'lrelI of the Tlmea-Union and Titusville i Florida Chance of a Lifea 1 I!
I to have his full ]the
I I term. Citizen, was a passenger on yesterday's (CHAFFEE'S DRUG STORE.)

southbound train. Having been connected with some of the biggest watch and clock factories In
Tl.e Steamer Delia. -Take note of the ad. of Mr. 11. W Geneva, Switzerland, I am prepared to attend to all kinds of repairing and clean- '

Metcaif! of the Belvedere, 132 West i ng connected with watches, clocks, Jewelry, etc. If you want a good job done, eeeA magnificent property will be sold at il
, The above steamer, owned by "the Indian Forsyth street,Jacksonville, on our 4th end me your work.Photo. I
I River and Biscayne Bay Inland page. When in Jacksonville, do not
Navigation Co., after undergoing sundry fall to go there when you want 'a good ,
j j I repairs at Titusvllle, has been put on the lunch.

run between Eau Galile and Courtenay, While we are always pleased to have Supply Co. I GENUINE BARGAIN.
1 with Capt. II. II. Fromborger In coin our down-river correspondents send us .
eland.i the.. general news of their district, we -
\ ---- mutt ask them to be careful not to use
I Judge Call, Will Arrive personalities, for we cannot publish NuAGEHTS 'EASTMAN KODAK CO. About eight acres of Grove In as fine condition as any on Indian River,
them In the 1
ADVOCATE. tolnlng a comfortable six room Cottage, large Cistern, and the finest n

r Judge Call U expected In Tltusville -Dr. F. 11. Houghton's floating dental J House In Brevard County
house
I next week, to sit In certain cases In the house-boat Is oil the way, and |has been only in Florida devoting its time to the Situated about midway between Rockledge and 'Cocoa Convenient to ]
, Seventh Judicial Circuit In which Judge lying at,the City wharf this week. She KODAKS.The (Churches, Stores, etc., of both. ;'
: Jones, of the above oiroult U disqualified has undergone. otter overhauling, SPECIALTY-Developing and Printing.Give For
I owing to having beed engaged in these and will soon leave for points down further particulars,apply to

I cues before his appointment to the circuit the river-probably on'the 20th last.Mis. us a,Trial; ,No trouble ta answer questions. WALTER GOODYEAR, ,
judge hlp. G. F, Duren her C
presented Dept.A.,3to7W.20tbSUlilt
.4 51 King Street ST AUGUSTINE, FLA. J
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