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 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 10, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
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 -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00008
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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-Mr. Chas. A. Gardner has been on Diversify your crops and engage In -Choir practice at the Episcopal OUR EAST COAST 1I0TI r..S.
or the sick list this week. the culture of tobacco. church to-morrow (Saturday) night at
r# 8 o'clock. v
-The weather turned out remarkablywarm Rumors of another wcddlng-to-be Those That Are Open. See page 7
on Wednesday, after the previousfew are floating In the air. -Mrs. M. E. Gruber expects to leave
cold m this afternoon's train for West Palm
days. Concert at the Opera House this teach.[ Hotel Du Nil, Surno, Is said to be doing

-Mr. B. A. Circle, after spending a (Friday) evening 11 very fair business.
i few days In town, left for West Palm -Tim editor of the ADVOCATK will
: loach[ on Saturday afternoon Inst.Mrs. Julius Kline has had a fine new sign leave this afternoon for 1'iilin Beach, on Royal Poinrlana hotol, Palm Beach,
hung: In front of his store this week. n business trip. under tho management of Mr. Henry W.
A. Becker, Mrs.\ Cornoll and Merrill'\ will Wednesday noxt.
-Mr. E. 1. Brady returned from his open
-Do not forgot tho concert at the
Miss Cox came from City Point
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up w
( Tuesday, and spent a few hours In town.Mr. trip to West Palm BiMicli yesterday.Mr. Opera house to-night. Prof. J. !M. Supt. C. B. Knott, of the Flaglor:

Wm. Treutler, of Ran Gallic, Latlin, of Now' York, will\ take part.Mr. hot 011., was it pusHungor on the MoutliMttuid .

-: A. T. Feaster left on Saturday has been In town a day: or no this week. Robt. C. Heaton, of Boston, one 1 train, on Monday on routo to tie
last for Went Palm Beach and other
i aim hunch Inn.
places: down this coast. -Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Stoddart, of of tho jolly-looking> member of Canaveral -
+ Cleveland 0. arrived In town Tuesday Club, Is exported tit town to
on Manager Chitmplaln: of Hotel Grenada,
-Dr. W. S. Graham left here, TUOF- afternoon.Mrs. morrow. it. Augustine, Informs tho ADVOCATK:
for West Palm Beach and Miami
day where, he expects to remain about a fort-, S. Hamberg and Mr. S. H. Ray -Tho Southern ExproHH office U to bn hat lie Is, .getting n good share of the lj

night. have been in Orlando for the past few moved from the J., 1. K. W. Railway ourist busiuoHs.

days. station to the Flaglor station, In Titus
-Mr. M. F. Dwyer, owner of Hotel ville. Mr. I. H. Bingham, who has boon at
Indian River, accompanied by his son, -Do you need firewood ? Give J. W. the New Mount Plonsant hotel, White
Charlie, arrived at Rocklege on Friday Rogers a trial; he Is soiling some excellent -Tho Misses M.ittlo Palmer" and licit Mountains, In now lu-tlng as cashier at

L afternoon last.Mr. firewood. Mndsoy of Montieollo, arrived In townrvstenfay Hotel Ormond. Mr Blngham IN a very
and are stopping at the Indian popular young man.
I G. B. Smith, who Is said to boone -Capt. Jas. Pritchard and Judge M. [{Ivor hotel.
of the best stewards Hotel Ormond S. Jones returned from Jensen yesterday -. Mr. Andrew S. Lon will open hotel

has had for Rome years, Is again at his where they went on business. i -Mr. W. T. Avora hllll finished tho ndian Itivor, Roukludgo, on Wudnumliiyloxt.

post at Ormond, ready to assist the popular building of his sloop-rigged; boar, and, Then there will bo three hotols at
,., .-Capt. Jas. Pritchard left hero, Tuesday was out cruising on Indian River with rocclvoiiosts.
t managers, Messrs. Anderson & )>lctures Price. for Jensen, to attend the I'lneapploGrowers' his family, Wednesday. ( Reader, do not fall to stop off

While busy about the ice-honso on Association meeting.Mr. -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold. it this point on your way south.

II. Duden, of New York, ban divine service at St. Gabriel's Episcopal
Saturday last, Mr. Andrew 8. Lee, manager -
THE ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICES. of Hotel Indian River, nockiothre'l been spending several days Titusvillo.. church on :Sunday: next, tho 12th lust, 1I0"rlll.IIICLI.ICVUIC: MKt.HOUItNE.:
He will locate Indian River.
probably on < at 11 a. in. and 7p.in.
Fell from a step-ladder to the .
wish draw
We to tho attention of our
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head struck some timber, causing a pain- -Mr. C. A. Robinson. a prominent -Mrs. Dolsncr is erecting a ono-story renders and tourists to tho fact that

LOCAL NEWS Rend This Column Carefully. abrasion. pineapple grower, of Eden, was a pleasant building on the south side of her N>Hlonco -| lotol llullovuo; Melbourne, is now open

-Mrs. E. S. WUoy and Miss Mamie caller<< at the ADVOCATE office on on Washington avenue, which Mho indor tho mamigoinont of Mr. W It.

nd Topic of" General Interest. TilE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE in the Wiley, who have been spending sum Tuesday.Miss. 'will use for a bakery. 'ampboll. It Is within minute's walk

ADVOCATE brick building,;, Titusville, mer in Atlanta, Valdosta, Gritting and Emma Dart, who has been -Tho Misses Ida R. Bates, Jonnetto f roin the Florida Knot Coast ]Railway
are the leading clothiers on the East in returned to TI- with her station, and will bo found honio-
other the
iclotjr and General Oomiip In connectionwith places Georgia, spending holidays parentsat and Annie PaddlHon, and their guest, very
ItlNcuyiie Hay, Lake Worth, Indian, Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on tnsville, Tuesday, much to the pleasure Maitland, returned home to Cocoa on Miss Nancy Hume, wore pleasantly like piiico: to stop at. Woo:! ml. on 8th page
this and
other and do not fail
pages; i of their friends. of this IHSUU.
Itximnit and Halifax Itlvers, Key Went to give them a trial. many Monday. entertained at the homo of Miss Leila

anil all other Important Points along the -Take note of the new ad of Mr. Fred Conductors C. H. Burrows and W. Anthony, Tuesday night, at an informaltea I _

Knot. Coast of Florida. Brief mention of S. Morse, the well known real estate T. Hu.bbard, of Jacksonville, are at present followed by cards I UMNI llo'tICL.hotel .
Ir:: rAdvertisements on this (first)
Interesting Events from Varlnuw. Partsof and agent, of Miami, on our 5th page. Mr.\ bringing/ the J., T. & K. W. trains -Rev. Henry Kelgwln, synodlcal missionary -
are ten cents line week
page Ormond [ Jan. Hit(
per per Monday
on ,
the World About People You Know Morse has some fine lands for sale In Into Titusvillo. for the State of Florida,! pruacltuil ,
are continued from week to week unless receive
doors
Its Informally to a
and People You Don't Know Picked the Biscayne Bay country, and our readers two able sermons at the PrvHhytorlnnchurch poned
otherwise ordered. Reading notices -Gcn'l. Agent G. D. Ack-
; on Passenger ; few guests who have!! boon earnestly
and staff should write him for
up by Our Society Editor a large prices. lust Sabbath. While hero tllCrevoren.1
scattered. the any page but the first, are live cents per erly passed! through Titusvillo\ on Tuesday : lamoilng for Its hospitality. Thu
of i Correspondents along line each insertion. -Miss Lena Norwood, after spending en route to Rocklodgo, and returned gentleman was the guest of formal opening Is not for the 11th Inst.
East. Count of Florida Mr. and Mrs.' G. W. Sooblo and Rev and
the holidays with her parents, left here to Jacksonville next day. Among those already registered aret
JOB PRINTING at this office. last for Melbourne. After a Mrs. Goodell. Duluth
B3T" Friday Mr. and Mrs, W. R. Steno, of ,
-Mr.: Gus P. of West
Anthony one
-What do you need In the way of short stay at that place, returned to Palm Beach's merchants illnn, ; Mr, and Mrs II. G. IlrooktngH, of
envelopes, note and letter heads, bill where she continues to teach prominent Tliuo M.
Tropic Ht. AugiiHtliic'M" Improvement St. Louis, Mo.; Mr. nod Mrs.
here his
WIIKHE to stop. See list of hotels on passed through Wednesday, on
cards etc ?
heads
statements
tags, school.In. Burton, Mr. Robert S. Pyko, Miss Pyko-
our 7th to New York to purchase a big
We shall be glad to have a share of your page. conversation with that charming stock way of goods.Mr. Since our last visit to the Ancient City and Mr Goo Noetran(1 Smith, all of New-

work. McDonald of wo' noticed several Improvements. The York. A front part uf the hotel help*
DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00: per 100, at young,; lady, Miss Kitty. Frank Forster of Orchid came and others duo
Palm Beach who Is attending school at streets wore cleaner, a row of palmettonH hall already come, are
-Take note of Edward Sitting's tulvt. the ADVOCATE oflice. the well known, St. Joseph's Academy, up to town Wednesday night in his yacht has boon planted along the river front ihorly; the total number arrangud for

on our 8th page. St. she informed the ADVO- Golden Rule, for the purpose of mooting the bridge was being pushed furwnrulrapidly jt-lng no loss than 111)). The horses for

-James Pomar left here, Monday, for The ADVOCATE may be had at CATS Augustine that she, is afraid she will not be some people who wero expected from to completion, now houses wore Ivory use, noted. feature of Ormond,
Dr. :Screven's drug; store and Mrs. EmmllEaton's the north. In of erection tho IIturekoepU'11Ill'el1l'od came from TulUhaHgoo on Jan. 7th.
course
Roscl.ind, to attend to some tin work. able to pay a visit to Lake Worth before ,
news stand, 5c. per copy. and Bow and to bo more busy, the attondince -
June. -Mr. Mrs. R. daughter
-Mr. O. Carey-Elwos, of Titusville, and and Mrs. Daniel of : ut tho Episcopal cliurrh on Sundaywas
has buen appointed notary public for the Foil first class shoemaking and repairingcall -:Mr. John Anderson, one of Hotel Atlantic Mr City, N. .1., spent from Llndley Monday\ larger, the hotels wore doing u fair IIWf :f. AI.OAKAH.

state-ut-largo. on J. A. Daughtery, Main street, Ormond's popular managers, has return- until Tuesday In town, and thou left for business; and, on the whole, things In A visit to Hotel Alcazar, St. August

-Mr. J. E. Ingraham, Mr. Flagler'sland Titusville, Fla. Shoes made to orderin ed from Portland, Me., where he has Rockledge, where they Intended spend St. Augustine hl\l" much kindly| Ino, by an ADVOCATK representative, ou
fine style. been stopping during tho past couple of >oaranco. The ADVOCATK: has a Iiutt showed that to
commissioner, passed through Ti- ing a few days. Mr. Bew Is an hotel Saturday: : hostelry
tusville Tuesday, en route to Miami. months or so. Mr. Anderson spent the proprietor, and. Mr. Lindloy Is proprietorof reeling towards St. Augustine, whore It bo doing an excellent bunlnoNS. Therm
summer at Hotel Mount Pleasant, White baths. bas: some warm friends, and wo are was u large number of guests present,
-Mrs. S. II. Ilappersett and family WE now have money to loan In sums to Mountains, N. II. He brought a big Llndley's always pleased to get a chance to say a mil everything Boomed to bo going along;,

left here, Monday, for West Palm Beach, suit an approved real estate security. force of hotel help along with him. -The accidental\ death, at Pulatka, good word for the Ancient City. 'as. smooth us a marriago bell." Mr.
where her husband is In business. Send In your applications. Robbins & of Mr. Geo. L. Pace, cashier of the Putnam I'. heaves the atTablo
Graham Co. -Dr. T. Howard Knight, who has a Joseph manager,
-Capt. E. E. Vaill, of West Palm large; number of friends along the East National Bank, wan a Had affair, as. Improvement", Along thc East ippoarud, to be kept tiultu busy, and tho.
he well known In the state rising -
Beach, spont Sunday in St. Augustine. Coast of Florida, Is now busily engaged; was as a ghosts, made. many culls him! Mr.
Ue will move his floating hotel to Miami MONEY. We want money to loan on first assisting the well known surgeon, Dr. young man. lIe was formerly Const. A. H. LiioinU, tho Jolly and overobligingbookkeeper \ --
In tho National Bank of
as soon as possible. real estate mortgages. Ten per cent W. S. Worley, St. Augustine, whose employed was also In much demand,
free of all expenses to lender. Ganlden skill and kindness to patients the cause Jacksonville! at the same time with Mr.W. The work of completing the line of msworlng tho many qiioHtlons put to him
-Gen'l. Supt. Clarence B. Knott, of M. Brown of the Tttusvlllo bank, and Interior water communloiitlun on the tho tourists Mr, Loomis Informed
& Sanders, Titusvillo\ and West Palm of his building up a large practice all by
the Flagler hotels, Is now kept busily Beach, Florida. along this coast.Undertker. was well and favorably known by him. east count of tills stute Is progressing is that 4,41-1 i guests hod 1 boon entertainedat 1

engaged attending to his multitudinous -Col. Max: Myerson, one of Jackson rapidly. The two drudges at work. on tho Alcazar from Nov. hat to Dec, ..list
duties along the East Coast. : Andrew Froscher re- ville's prominent Bay street merchants tile Florida Kant Const canal between klr. A. (1.. Miinth, who hail just arrived

-Mr. J. L. Harrison, one of Eau Gal- WANTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen ceived an order for a coffin, Wednesday, I arrived town Wednesday: evening, anclJtave Vow River and IlUcruyno Bay have mot. from Now York, was kept In a happy
lio's popular young men, spent a few or ladles to travel In Florida for from Jensen and went down with it our office a pleasant call. Ho loft They have practically finished that channel mood I by taking In the uush. lie wall i-
hours in town on Saturday last We established, reliable house. Salary$780 yesterday. It proved to be for the body !for Sanford yesterday The genial Col. affording a perfect, waterway N. >- 1,1' at Hotel Vm'duvl1ll1st winter;and dur.

acknowledge a pleasant call. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose of Frank E. West, of Springfield; 111., i Is Interested with }II'. R. W Rhodes In tween IIlkuVm'th and lilKcaytio Bay, a ng the exposition lio occupied a similar
reference and self-addressed, who had about a month ago come down the Eagle Clothing store In TltUHvlllo, distance of .') mile When' the nix peal lion at the Aragon hotel, Atlanta.
-Mr. J. IT. Howard, of Port huron stamped envelope. The Dominion to Jensen. His death was caused from. and Is always a welcome visitor to thin miles between Jupiter and Lake WOIthRIUI Mr. Marsh: evidently has many friends In

Mich., after upending a week at HotelAlcazar Company, third Moor, Omaha Build- town, where he has many friend tho short line between Mata.izn, and :it. Augustlnu, if the numerous hointy

St. Augustine, is now a guestof ing, Chicago, 111. dropsy.Mr.. ii\!. C. Weaver, after an absenceof Halifax rivers shall bo completed, acom greetings( wa saw him receive Is any India
Hotel Ormond. Mr. Howard ia quite a a or more, returned to Titusvilleon Capt. Henry R. Jones, of New Hartford plete waterway will extend from U.. latlon. In addition to the above, Mr.

bright young fellow, and is making many The Marriage Season. Saturday year: last from Jacksonville Conn., father of Mrs. W, M. Brownof Augustine to the Hay, a distance of A. M. Taylor, manugur of the Cusluu

friends.Dr.. where he has spent most of the time- our city, will arrive In TitiiHvllle next neatly :300 miles. swimming pool, Russian and Turkish

and Mrs. Lewis W. Pendleton, invitations and has taken up his residence In the week on a flying visit to his relations. bathe, etc., will be found a very obliging
The numerous wedding we lie Is of the two Connectlcnt
Mrs. I. p. Harrington, Mrs. Wm. R. are continually receiving at this office south part of town where he formerly rentatlves one to tho Congress,of Editors rupre-, A l>lMtliiKiilHi) <'d I'urty. jentleman-alwaya connected ready to do with a klrulnOHH. the-
The others
Wood and Mrs. Anna Anderson of Portland lived. His friends here are
that marriage is not yet a failure. many very which has Its for this .t
Me. here the end proves to have him with them again meeting year staff are: H. /M. Miller, night clerk; John
passed through Here is another: "The honor of your pleased St. Augustine on the 21st Inst. The An ADVOCATE: representative was Invited -
of last week Beach. and he will decide to remain. Mrs. Mahon, steward; lotion Stoacklln, chef,
en route to Palm Is requested at the marriage; of hope of the Congress Is the National tu hoard Senator Quay's private
presence name and
We understand Dr. Pendleton will\ aot Mrs. Deborah Shedd to Dr. Charles P. Weaver, will\ probably join her husband Editorial Association, and Is quite a car, "Pickwick," yesterday afternoon, Mrs. E. A. Twombley detective., housekeeper;
as physician for the Poinciana this In the course of a few days.Mr. M. McMahon,
Royal Jan. and found the Senator looking as Jolly
Carver, on Wednesday morning large affair, having about 1IU)0) members, It also be mentioned that Doctors..
canon. 8th, 1800, at 10+ o'clock. Trinity church, and Mrs. Theo. P. Hall and two and representing all parts of the country. and affable as ever. He said he WAS on Anderson may and Smith: are the hotel pl1yal-
-Contractor J. A. McDonald, who St. Augustine." We wish the happy bright and charming daughters, who The State Editorial Association meets his way to St. Lucle. With him were clans

made a trip to St. Augustine to see his couple every joy and prosperity, and regret have been on a short visit to St.: Augustine there at there at the time, and It Is Secretary of the Commonwealth Frank The evening concerts! given by then

partner, Mr. McGuire, 'who Is 111 with a the ADVOCATE: representative was were met by an ADVOCATE repre- thought that there will he MX representatives Reeder, Auditor-General Amos II. Milan, string band, under the direction of )Ir,
throat trouble, passed through Titus- unable to be present at the wedding.A sentatlne on Monday. !Ir. and Mrs. of that body present.Mrs. State Treasurer Samuel M. Jackson, Ernest Hlenker, are well attended and
ville\ ) and Miss Hall from Detroit ,Secretary, of Internal Affairs Jas. W.
Monday, en route to Palm Beach. Hall are appreciated-especially so was Sunday
The genial contractor Informed our representative Competitor Annoyer. Mich., while the young married daughter J. E. Lanouette and her sister, Latta, Corporation Clerk John A. Glenn, concert.
evenings
that he would leave for -Mrs. N. H. Scott-comes from New Miss Lizzie Altroe, expect to leave hero, ex-State Treasurer Henry K. Boyer and

Miami, to commence work on the new Dongola stock, nobb superbly York. They will spend about six weekson Monday next, for Port Tampa, and Mr. Lyman D. Gilbert, of Harrlsbiirg. Someof -

hotel, as soon as the railway was com- finished ladies' shoe. Row we can sell the East Coast, and are at present Lanouette will follow in a few ilays. We these gentlemen remarked that the THE: HOTEL OBANADA, EAU: OALMK:,
pleted to that point. It for $1.75 puzzles our competitors and comfortably located at the Palm Beach are sorry to have them leave Titusvllla, weather was cooler than they expected
of whomare Inn. They are quite a jovial party, and but hope they will\ pay our town an acca- to find It on Indian River, but our representative Under the management of Mr. Geo.
lPr< J. C. Rice the Jovial principalof amazes our customers for similar, many shoe, not will enjoy the bathing and boating In I slonal vUlt. Mrs. Lanouette and Miss Informed them It would soon Gleason, to growing In popular favor,

the Cheltenham Military Academy, paying $2.50 a stock finish. the Lake Worth section.' Mr. and Mrs. Altrea) have been ever ready to annul In be warm again. They will be the guestsof and new arrivals are of dally occurrence. ,
In or
Ogontz, pa., was met by an ADVOCATE the equal quality it cannot, be made for Hall have a daughter now residing In all entertainments given for charitable Senator Quay at St. Lucie for about This hotel Is nicely situated on the west
that
representative, at the Alcazar, Sunday. We admit and would probably Johannesburg, South Africa, with her purposes, and their aid has been much two weeks, and will enjoy the huntingand bank of the Indian River, and within 200

lie had been on a trip to Rockledge and less than $2.50 but, we are so situated husband, Mr. W. T. St. Auburn, who lea appreciated by our townspeople. fishing In that locality. yards of the railway station. It Is surrounded -

.Palm Beach. On New River he killed a.evenfoot cost $2.00; sell them now for $1.73, civil engineer for the South Africa Co., News to hand last evening from Chief by beautiful grounds<< and undulating -
alligator\ the skin of which he that we can that Observer lawns, lawn-tennis courts and
and In that harm baa Moore, of Washington, says
continue to make our cus- they are hope no Remember If need wine beers
thus ,
and ,
was you and Its boating facilities -
taking also -
home. In the party were Lanouette has been appointed to the croquet grounds,
them the recent troubles In
Mr. Rice, Mm. Hnl e, MasterTred tomers smile while others weep. come to over New Orleans weather station, and that liquors or clganl J. D. Crabb, Cocoa, Is are of the best, two launches being
Rice, Harvey Merwin (grandson of Mr. Mail orders promptly attended to. the Transvaal. he must leave for that city on Monday the man to y'ou. Watch his ad. constantly on hand at the disposal of

Wm.. jf. Merwln, of Rockledge) and JULIUS KLISE:, Fla Mr. Lanouette says this sudden decision on 8th psgo. guests. Good flsnlog can be had right
Titusville
Others It was their IntenUon to leave Fine Watches of the Washington authorities has prevented off the dock. A conveyance Is to b.j

for the north on Monday, but owing to his visiting Port Tampa with Give UN Your Mall Orders had to take hunting and fishing parties

the Indisposition of Mrs Rice, they did THAT beautiful color and exquisite Clocks and jewelry repaired by Anthony Mr*.. LaoouetU and her sister. to Lake Washington, which Is only six
not leave St. Augustine until Tuesday flavor found only In Felgenspan's Bros., West Palm Beach. For jewelry or repairing, and they will miles distant, over a fairly-good road.

The boys were delighted when Dr. Rice Newark (N.J.) beer. be promptly attended to. Large line of This Jake Is celebrated as a sportsman's

,gave them, perml..lon to spend another Cook and Chambermaid Wanted DELIGHTFUL thirst quencher-Felgen- all kinds carried at West Palm Beach paradise, and every person once visiting;
day In 17orida.? pan's Newark Saazer beer. ANTHOMT BROS. It will, if opportunity occurs, visit It
Shlprnan Engine For Sale, West, Palm Beach. sgain. The Hotel Granada Is one of
Wanted flrst-rata cook and chambermaid

Remember With boiler, burning- coal oil; two- In a hotel on Indian River. Must BARB KB Saor. George Jonas has opened those family place where the gallingrestraints
of hotel life are dispensed
with be white. hair dressing establishment al Strawberry Crate
Can be seen a
hone power engine. i made to feel at
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and
Address W. W. W. the Indian River Hotel Titusvllla. with every guest
Anthony Br full line of Capt. J. E. Herbert, Daytona: price $73. : member the family
a of
carry ld O. 1" Paddlson! home and as a
to H. J. Tirrur, ADVOCATE Office, where ha will be glad to sea his o Order earl/ ,
musical merchandise
JejtlrJ1 and opti- Apply circle.
Eau Gsllle Fla.
at West Palm, Beach. Conrtenay, Fla. Tltasrtlle Fla. and Dew customers. ,

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StOClKTIKS. ETC. the still form for the grave; we follow j ja I It.-. Many'; of the,Pretty pale-tinted I- :"XJL 3 Clyde .Stean'1ship CO. '..0
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long, cold drive to the :'cemeteryThere taffeta that are made Into fancy

t a deep hole has been made In taM 1 or entire costumes have the

I S Free and hard ground, and the body that we hav, : of the silk covered with shaded PublicGenerally1111. \

cared for and protected for ao nan pattern In chloe effects with
\\\I/\\ !/
\ Accepted Mason: years, and guarded from all I danger and of a contrasting color forming !

# cold, la consigned to the frozen earth. I from a quarter to half an inch in ;

; On all sides are other graves, in whleh.] ''i

Indian TltusvinFl lie all.that is left on earth of others den !

Lodge ver Fl No.!'. gO to us. The cemetery is cold and bleak;I MAR & THOMAS, EsTillers "

the graves are hard and are covered I ;:

HoliU Its mooting the oconncl, anil fourth Fr with the dead and gray grass of last I .
day, of niu-li. iniintli, ut tliu Court house, Tltui- summer; no birds, sing near; the tree and and f f'II
villa, at 8::00 p. m.
are bare, and only the wind whistle;
B. R. Wilson, WOI'shlpfull\ln.ster. the branches | York] Charleston and Florida Line
New
through
A. T. FeaHter, Senior Warden. / ,
1 1. (}eo. W. Scobie, Junior Warden Friends wljo C lave come with, us, to 'do Galvanized Iron Included

lll II Joseph Mendel, Secretary. honor to-the dead and BYlllpatblz with ,
this Line
.J. M. Dixon, tren.8l1rer. magnificent Steamships of are appointed
UK; draw their wraps closer about them and Tanks a. Specialty < The
\ It. j4. Hall, Senior:\ Deacon. Are urgently requested to call and '
A. Cleveland, :Senior :Steward. enter their carriages and are drive | to sail! as 'follows : .
4; Steward. and leave our dear dead. EOT" Estimates given on work our late arrivals of
Chas. II. Walton, Junior away; so we Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.
And I, who know the sunny south, to Correspondence Solicited.
r KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.Somlnolo whom all there* dead dear wring (STANDARD TUIB.) From Jack
are ( my; NonlJJpf",
POMAR&THOMAS, New.andSeasonable
) Lodge; No. .HU.luilclx Ito mnetliiKN at hands and sob. I know It would be From(nor New:.to, E.York 3t.) STEAMER Charle.tou &: 11... t'1'
i' tho Court: hmiuo, the Unit four Thuraday eveiIntfs .. ..COMAN'IIE......Thursday, J..n.. 2, at ta11
of iiitoli month, at 8 o'clock p.m. easier to bear. if these graves were Inland I a TItusvllle\ Friday Monday, lJeo." 30 21,, at at 3.001'3.00 ;pili.III. .. .. ClnlOKJ..IJ, ....Sunday, .". II, at M''ItWe.lnesday ( '
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1). n. I'RiTCHAiii, J. T. RRVNOLDH always bright and sunny where Jan. I. at 8.INI p m..1ROIll'OH4.. .Tuesday T.1It II), at M301t:
.. .. .A IAI()NQUIN..TLiurdiy, 1tIf'ILMonlny : '
\ C. C. K.flt.&e: they would always be green and in sun Friday "" 3.8, at at 3.00 3.00( I p) in III... .. BEJIIINOLJo: .. .. .. .5-lIIdn, .12. at 1.5Weiluesday ;.
BOFILL & .. ., (OMANCH1: ;; ... 'J'lIeHII8Y, 14, at 3.iI.;( ).
JAS Y 8, at a.oo) I' to ,1\\
i INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. shine, with flowers and song birds abou .. 10. at 3.INII> 111... CIIJtOKJoJ: ......Thur.da. 'a 16, at 4.IiPiiti.nhlay
It' them. Friday, 13. at 3.110) 1> iii..... I lt4)ltOP4 .... .Kllnday. III, at 5.e,1We1ne.day '
Drill) fit the Armory, over county jail, bvor1'IIeIllIy ) Fruit and Produce lA, at 3.001 p "1... AI.flONQUIN .. .Tueeay. 21. at T.ilit;(
,. evening In the.' month,at 8 o'clock. C. E. 17, at 3.00 I' Ill.. .. .RJo: II1OI.Jo.Tbllrolln;; ), 2.1, It 11110..
I A.T. II'&AI"I'KI',Captain Friday ... 211, at IIWeIiiusd.ay :"
,: Styles 2\1\, at 3.00( 1'11I. .('O 1ANCHJo Sunday "
i Commission Monday .. 2'J, at 3.00 I' in......CHEItIKEE.'raiesclay) 211, at U..IOI"
___ - ---- In the JJcglnning 24, at a..lol' 10.. ..lIlfJIH'OU4"'fhurH.la( ), I. 30, at 400"
h Frhlny
\. ., Feb 2, at 6'00&1Wellneolla
21. at 3,1N p in.. .. .. .itLtIONQUI'I .8Inday. .. '
I CII VUC"E8. P. O. Box 1039.REFERKtCnS Monday Ill, at 3.1($) p in..... ..SEMINOLE: ... "Tue.llay, 4, at 7.00"
) .... COlIANCH1: !:.... ..Thur da). 6. at O.JQ":
81, at 3.00 I'm.'
Of a new year, when tIle winter soasoiof Hauelnen &: Lang, St. Tuesday,
EPISCOPAL CHURCH.ttrvlce close confinement Is only half gone, Mo., 8mtt.li,Cordon& Co., fliluugo.: .111.. ,) -
4> )(
N.
of J..oIII.lll11al|
I the 1st and 3rd Sunday' In erwb many find that their health. begins to< zonV Itanklnir Hank AftR'nt; John W. taimMden, 10Men's & Jacksonville LineFor
\ mouth, at 11 a. m. aim Tittup:: tn. Sunday HUIHH" break down, that the least exposun City; J. C. rtmlth & Co., ft. Louis, Mo.; Philadelphia, Charleston
I ovary lIlIduv..t. 2.IO:: p. III. Kvonlnif prayer ..t threatens sickness. It is then as well RS Paterson. Ft. Uulmtn, (ki.; H. M.Hazier Youths "YEMASSEE" is intendi
B p.Jin. on Wednesdays., Litany Hon "e ever) at all other times and with people In toe.Ha.. ; Fruit anti Produce Trade I the present and until further notice, Steamer
i Friday at 10 a. in. Commercial Agencies.New and from Charleston f
Wednesdays
RKV. H. F. KIIOWN, Rector. good health that the following fact to sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, (
should be remembered, namely : that : Nun.: 320-331 Poydra Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection is made at Charleston with Clji)
I
h BIKTHOD1ST CHURCH.Sorvloon Hood'a Saruaparllla leads everything ii New Orleans Florida Steamers for business to' and from Jacksonville and all Florida point
the way of medicines; that it accom !:-Llberiil Advances made on Children'sCLOTHING
B via Philadelphia.
and interior points
: at Tltimvlllo. every first,second nil pushes the greatest euros in tile world; Also Philadelphia
third "dahlMith' : at 11 a. m. and 7 i I' in.) Bllnday"ohool
'I at Id( o'clock a.m.every Sunday' I j E.wortlat has the largest/ sale in the world am
,t League at a"p." m.every Sunday'' ; Prayer meetlni requires the largest building In tin
Genuine
7 o'uliM'k every Tliiirnday'' nliiht., 'lliu publlo, ar world devoted exclusively to the preparation St. Johns. River Line.
cordially Invited to attend our nervicen.
I of the proprietary medicine
8. W. LAWLER, 1'lUItor.I *
I Does not this conclusively prove, if you

PRESI1YTERIAN Clluncu.j are sick, that Hood's Sarsaparilla is tin IN REAL ESTATE.No. ...,............................... .............J.. For Sanford. Enterprise and Intermediate Points o
I medicine for you to take ? .................,.......,........................
Serviced Sabbath at 11 a. m.and T River.The
every .3IIr.m. the St. Johns .
j Hiimlayiiohool' .. at 9:49 a. III., <']IHH. ( 1. Twelve acres of

at Sept 7:30.: 'Prayer Tliepulilitend meeting< are cordially on WuilnoHtlay' Invited evenlni to at-; Batiste laces, wrought on a delicate land at Sharpes posto lce;i. about and CAPSIn
and
our HurvlouH. net ground are much used to trim organdie front on Indian RIver, runs elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

: H. M GOODKLL Fastor.I ecru lawns and similar transparent rooms county almost road; has new upon; cost It of a house house $ :;: all the latest ''citycxf: : J i1rnr'cri11o: : : ,"'

1 BAVTI8T CHURCH. fabrics. barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. ; CAPT. W. A. SHAW,

Preaching every flecoml and fourth Sunday, grove of 500 large beating trees and Is appointed to Ball, from Jacksonville Tueidajs and Saturday, at 5.00: p. m., returning I leave
the freeze, Blocks.
before
morning and evening. Prayer Meeting every ANTBDSeveral: trustworthy gentle.men condition .. II. Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5.00: a. inSOUTH .
M o'clock Sohoo and bear good crop.
7 !
Tuemiay evenlnu( at : Sunday or ladles to travel in Florida foi recover
every Sunday .at U:30: ) a. in. Alm preauhlninr of land cleared, and is of best
Sunday at LaUranire| Second Sunday, Oak established reliable house. Salary $78< HOUND. SCHEDULE NORTH BOT.M)),
JII11. All are cordially Invited to .attend. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose vegetable farm. This property Read down. Read 111>.

II. A. GKIOKK, Pastor reference and self-addressed,, firm at $0,000 one year ago: will Men's Leave 3.30 p. m. ....................,....Jacksonville......................... Arrive 8.30 a. ID.
? \! stamped envelope. The Dominion day for $3,800; $1,000 cash and ( .. B,48 p. m. ............................Palatka..*......................... Leave;: wee p.' m.
remain on mortgage. This i I' 3.00 a. m. ........... ................ Astor.......................... .... 3,09 p. m
Company, third floor Omaha Itulld may for home II 430 a. m. ......................... Francis..a. 1.30 a. m..e .
"I \ CATHOLIC CHURCH. log, Chicago, Ill. most desirable place a 5.30 a. m.............. ........... Keresford..,.............. .......... 12.(o noon
Service at 10 a. in. Sunday In nev location, close to postoffice, 'a see a. m..........................Ulue Springs.......................... 'a 11.30. m.
Church building, North every Titimvlllo. Children' church etc., and in a nice Arrive 8.30 a. m................ ...........Han' for d ....,.. ...................... a' 900.. m.It .
\ ,, catechism at 8 p.m. Large white collars and fronts of lace The bare land alone is almost Furnishing 925 a. m................. ............KnterprlHe... ............ ...... .... aa 9.30 a. a.Con' .
iI R&v.J. O'BOYLB..&,Rector.
ii trimmed lawn or batiste are worn with price asked. Passenger and Ticket Office 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville.
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I of eight rooms, artesian well, large 5 Bowline:Green,Mew York. 88 West Bay St.,Jacksonville,Fli.

Nervous Prostration -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,, tion cleared, etc.; adjoins hotel Goods TBBO.O.EOORR T. M., UNO. L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt.,
near Eau Gallic. The 8 Bowling:Green,New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville,Fla.
at Sarno,
No. one, $5:>$>; No. two, $10; No. three $11!
S Titusvllle Fla. C alone Is worth more than price we 1a.'j., A.J COLE,General Passenger Agent J.A. LESLIE,Superintendent,
: Could Not Sleep Had No 2250. The owner refused $ ,OOO Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jacksonville,Fla
: ago. lie must sell without delay FOREIGN AND DOMESTIC |TRO- D. D. C. MINK, G. F. A., 12 South Delaware Avenue,I'blladelpbJa.)

,t Appetite What !. Japan to Dot bas authorized us to take $2,250; $ ( tVM. P. CLYDE" CO.. General Agent,

? The danger i jr Japan is serious and cn.sh. balance may remain on 18 So. Delaware AT..Philadelphia. 5 Bowling Green.New: York.
Cured In .odyand Mind by Hood'* .
will, we doubt not load to modifications Ho. 3. One hundred and :
Saraaparllla of policy which will be watched and 85-100 acres of land at New !

l "I suffered very much for a long Una everywhere in Europe with the keen Three-quarters of a mile water ,
self interest. It is almost Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 :
with nervous prostration. I had about curiosity
B of section 13, township 60, -
certain that Russia intends to succeed Southern
given up all hopes 42 east. Price $1,000 .
of ever getting better and supersede Japan in influence at Peking range whole tract, or loss than $7.50 per :; SHOES **- aiS1 *
when Hood's as well as in the poaHewalon of the or we will take $10 per acre in
Baraaparllla was Lian-Tong peninsula and it follows of acre tracts. >Ve believe a .Jai1way.ABSOLUTELYTHE
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: recommended t oma necessity that she must object to Japanese can soil this land and double .

and I believe It supremacy in Korea. In other words, money as soon as steamers and
\ ,, my duty to litothorunifereis Russia will try to deprive Japan of all to run through the canal SHORTEST ROUTE.
she has gained in the recent war, except December. Wo own tills land
selves, but need money to develop XHROUOX PULLMAN DRAWINd: ROOK
know the benefit I Formosa and the indemnity. What then I OAKS

II t L r- 4. derived from It. I will be the Japanese policy enterprises which will, insure hence early otTer sale.it at a COM7ARTXX1TT: OARS, DINING! OARS,

Could Not Sleep She has all usual, three courses opento laud and double your money. Valises. THOBOXrOHgABB OOAOHJS: VXSTIBTTLSD TRAINS
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.,, ''JBj at night, was without hoi-first, to retire expend her indemnity '
\ I The north TIME TO ALL POINTS
appetite and on her fleet and bide her time No.4. QUICK NAMED.
11ft. of section 7 -
Ii \ i southeast quarter ,
for attack her time
an on Russia being
Wr J. .... .lWIIe.what little I did in township 38,
_ Allegheny.. eat I was unable to any Russian complication in the west of lot range 4 of section 41 east 8,, containing: 150 < C NORTH ANa IA"T. NORTH ANa (wtf.Me. .

I keep on my stomach. After taking the or, second to fight Russia now before This tract has a large frontage A FULL LINE OF ... HO. s. so. s. a.. v.
first bottle of Hood's Baraaparilla which she is ready and, if possible take east St. Luclo River, two miles from ALL TRAINS DAILY. 'OSSt, .' 'V. s. rutMali. ALL TRAINS DAILY. 'Ch'tt *
seemed to do me some good I tried s ern Siberia from her or, third, to road crossing. Trice $13 per acre. SAMPLES FOR CUS- _ !.."..... _ n.. fa10 N5rMs. .

second and continued to feel better. I change the route of her ambition and 32 TOM TAILORING Lvjacksosflhs.p.C.p. Wan 30pm:
Lot 4 of section ,
I got up feeling endeavor to acquire the vast island dominions 17 No., south 6. range 41 east, ALWAYS ON HAND .. av.r.ts, 'a 119am B 4. pin .., o, pia I Ian ....'.....".
which stretch below her to the Good of fine
This tract has a quarter Judges I.4k.r* ra ii p
I right and Refreshed southward as far aa Australia, and acres.mile front on the St. Lucie fabrics, neat patternsand tevanaah. 'a 11 M am 1041 pm Ar ACIrl Maced :Soo i'R' .

la toe morning. I continued with the which are all, except Borneo, at present Stuart Station Price $35 per acre. best qualities will II Colombia Southern... IDS pm830pm 4 10 amt ':: C".I'! .. ..
medicine and cured body and mind weakly held by unequal to a Vlesiaastl am powers so pm
.
'fl No. 0. A tract of twenty-one find among our collections Ar Cbarlotu, M am :
can deep well and feel better In every contest with her nt sea.-London Spectator at Ar liaaInghse, 11 D
I way.. I gladly recommend Hood'a Sanaparilla fronting on Blscnyne mile south Bay, of many choice Waeblnitoa, d am S 40 pm "_at. LCCIS. Ua i lID m
Heights, one selections of superior Ar MompbU. Tt.CM.ii: B.: I oof n
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to others. J. EDWARD RIVFLH 3rove.[ Trice $\,00O. This price 'a aalIorsP.an.1LL SOS am 11 M pm a' KaaMttKT, *. OOjm
104 Madison A,.., Allegheny Pa.1lood's A Would B* Lanroate and ar_ loom high, but If you will try to goods which will be N M CV jaokaoovnia. Plant 9.JMOB rrgp t'
An amusing story la told about one l and fronting on Biscayne Bay, in found desirable bargains nn..lpllla, U 15 amUUpm 1 00 am00am : BoutberaAr ...... :::::::::: _
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,; Sarsa- of tile candidate for the vacant Ian. ooatlon, you will get your eyes In price as well 1'- York, : Maooo AUanta., *.s'a :::::::::: :: =
reate hlp. On the death ofMhe Duke of !M to prices asked In that section. I Chattanoofa .......... If' 45 pm
M. **%* partita., Clarence he sent to a morning paper ract; Is the only desirable as quality and style. A* Ask.vlll.,Soutksrn..545pm, M Cincinnati, Q. A C. ............ 80 am

some verses lamenting the event. The ave left fronting/ on Biscayne < < For full information, apply to any Agent of this great Railway.
Be Sure
OOO will
CuresIto contribution being accepted, a check The' price asked and, $ satisfied yield System, or Its connection.

> Get Hood'sHood's > was forwarded for 1.:311.: This the poet nothing'air profit similar, can we be are had at a Lead in W. A. TURK. C. A. BEMSC9TER.!) 8. H. HARDWICK
with the remark that he O Quality
returned. This tract will no Ie. Pa* Ages; Aaat. .
higher price. O t. PalL Agint Asst. O... ..... A en>,
Pills .Beia-headaahe.ur.an liver Ills,bilious.so.AVIIEHK "oould not accept payment on aooonnt be sold within a few weeks. Wabl>Ctoo. D. C. CbatUa..t.. T.... ......... Oa
of a nation' tears. When the Duke of .
No. 7. An Improved place of 7 W. D. ALLEN
York: was married he sent to the same Style and Price.Careful ,
lose: to the depot and post office at .
1 journal an epithalamlum. This duly ibar. Large house with upper and Florida Passenger Agent, .

I ThEY UKST.BOKDEHTOWX appeared but was not acknowledged by wanda, costing( 160000. T ; comparison cannot fall to NOV._ 21. 1B9S. 212 Wsst Bay Strict JACKSONVILLB, PLA.
a remittance, an omission that gave the air repair, beautiful river front,
N. J., Jan. -1, 'DO. poet pain. Being reminded that he had ito. Most all the land Is cleared; you of this fact. We ask you

sent back the earlier check he insisted large seedling trees, 7,000 and see our goods, assuring all
Editor Adrocatft that the cases were different. "While I rhU will make a nice home for 111011 GRADES and one unl-

Dear Sir :There la no fiction In the oould not," he said, "consent to make Good neighborhood. Price only $I low price will be found la every WE DELIVER --

tnoloied article. It U a true statement money out of a nation'. tears there U No.8.Ve offer tract known as Yours for economy and 1 1 t

I of fact and a real expression of feeling;; no reason why I should not be paid for tlnwall," containing/ about 10O satisfaction

T BO such I, submit It to you for use In adding to a nation's smiles."-Westminster action 14, township 27 south,
I Gaaette. ''eMt. Beautiful, large front, on A Piano or OrganAT
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your paper. ular, at mouth of Banana River.
Very truly )'OUI'll.CLARA., Tales of Tnmlon.First 01 most prominent points and

ELLIS. Traveler While in Africa I oves on the river. Splendid
rioter residences. Very deep YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete outfit, subject
faced two lions a tiger and three elephant ] lose to shore. The best bargain to approval after a trial la your own house. No money required until you are
Death baa visited us again. The aged in the same jangle-and I'm tTered. Trice if3.20.0II: or about $ horoufthly satisfied. Our prices are as low as any house In the United States and

mother who line been sorely aftllcted alive 78"Seoond per acre. Was held l at $10,000) two our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument.

r and suffering for many years, has passedto 'l'ranler-Buh I That'. noth go. The Celebrated CONOVER. .j."

f' tho "unknown; for, In spite of our ing.: While in Texas I bowed to a girl NOTE::-The above descriptions The Renowned FISCHER. X PIANOS.

faith and what we have been taught to that throe Mexicans were in love with. nable customers to>> locate the The Beautiful SCHUBERT. I
-New York Weekly.WANrxDSeveral ropertles very closely by And KINGSBURY.
believe when we stand face to face with
c>ne of the J., St. A. A I. R. IVy
Vocation.
Aeollon Farrand & CHICAGO COTTAGE
the fact that our dear ones are gone : trustworthy gentlemen pany', railroad, maps, but we Votey

from our sight, we can only' say In our or ladies to travel In Florid for leased to send special maps on a ORGANS.

.. I grief : "Gone to the unknown." established,reliable homo. Salary$780 rale, on application, to parties :Brass and small Instruments, Music and Books. Write us; we will save yov
; J We only know that life and light are and expense Steady position. Enclose lean business and Intend to buy, If noney. '
reference and self-addressed, can find such a bargain M they
gone from the eyes, the brow Is pale, the stamped en'I' lope. The Dominion ROBBIUS &!t GRAHAM Co. Tile A.. IO. Oampbcll Oo.,
lips are still the hand quiet and cold- Company third floor Omaha Building Florida.

1, Us the body only. Tenderly we robe Chicago, 111.o. Tltusvtlle FACKSONVILLE FLORIDA.







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fllGB BOBBINS M. ;!&axNA.; GRAHAM WALTER, 8. GRA RAId. Plecent ake Condition uf the American t* the EndUb.Metropolis Kara- Florida East Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West


There can be no doubt that one of the FOKMKKI.Y THE:

ATTORNETS-AT-LAW: most interesting towns of England ia '
the city of York. There will be found JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway. Coast Hotels
PICK!: HOUR*::-From 10 to 12 a. m., distributed In a ]lavish manner what all
and a to 4 p. m.J the wealth of America conld not possibly Time Table In Kffect D_ 6th, I8\)n. ,

TiTirsviLLK, Brevard Co., Florida. purchase or create. Indeed the
same OWNED BY TIlE PLANT
South Bound. North Bound. SYSTEM.
UO. Box, 108. may be said of other for
yflll i>ractlc'ln all the courts-state and fed nowhere can we every country l'i'' ". 1'0"' 1\". I I ND. ...
now the .
reproduce STATION' I
STATIONS. I I
37 2111I 1100.32 75. :lIo11
Eu:;cUl faollltle for examining and perfecto marvelous architecture or the stained Jaeknonvlllo.. ..!10- !oa L lIiS"p :- .'.: I.. W 1-alni Htwoh; i"'ii i"'a fla I=. I

Viand tltllli.Mone) to TAlan.v'I glass of the twelfth and thirteenth centuries Ar at. AugiiHtlne.ArlHlatka 11\ III a gon ...,... W. Juiiitrr .. .. .. ...C :2.'. a III i.. .. . .. .. .. ..Z
and no town is BO rich in theme .... .... U35" a" . ..: : : :- ;.. Iolie Souiail..8. Mi a ni. ... .

nnequaled works of the past as the town : LVl'alatka... ....I n 4,1 a .---:. ....: :;.; :.. Lv Stuart AliolaLv I ::::. : ::: : : : :: : : ::: : : : : :.::: :: :: .
INOR s. JONES, of Ar Han Mateo .. .. ....I.vJ..nRen. . .. ... .. .1111410111... .. !
net] York. That this is fnllj appreciated L. San Mateo .. 104BJK" .. ... Kilen .. .. ... .. .. :ti3 a ... ... .. .. F- II
by Americans is best set forth by the Ar OrmondL.T :;:::::: sip .::-:-:-= : : : .77" :.Lv Fort rioree .... .. .e bU a in in..1000.. ... .. IIII
ATTORKEY-AT-LAW. fact that recently no less than COO Daytona... ..... 141 p .. .... .. ... .. Lv Mfllvoiirna. ...... .. 211 a ItI 1 ::nl'.. II
Lv New Smyrna.LvTItunvllle. .... 310 p ... ....... .. l.v KaudalliuLv .. . .. 11IK: I' ItI IA4IIII. . \
IITUSVILLE, BREVARD co., FLA Americana visited York in one single ...... 321 P .. .. .. i'otioa .... ..... .1:11111'111. 3 :22g. .. 1
a Lv {Cocoa. ..........400 p .... .. ... .. Lv Tltuavllle. ... .1:1 n7 I' ju _
Judge of Brevard County. day.York Lv Kan Uallle. ..... 434 p .. ... . .. ...NewS..ma... ..:10(11'11'' ) ..
County .
minster is the king of English Meltioiirne. .... .wp .. ... .1:1101' ... I.. Oaytona. .. .. :llHplll. .
cathedrals. Apart, however, from the ArFortPlcrc....... 6:141' .. .. .. 43op .. ..Ar OrmomlAr I............24$_p m.. iias'p.............
Lv W. JUPiter. .. 70U p .. .. .......... .. Kim Mateo .. .. 4 I' ...'. ..
|. L. GAaLDBM, J. T. SANDKBS, cathedral, York has a much greater number Ar W 1'alm Beach 830 p .. .. .... .. .. . Lv Ban IMateo ..... .. . ...1. .' ". : .
Notary. of churches as old and, in t.helrway, Ar '. ,, ...... .. O&oICll'h' :":"":"
I iI.',,_ AULDEN &; SANDERS, as remarkable as the cathedral. What .I.v 1'alatkn. ... .... 3/1n/ I' III. . .
}'''I however seems to me moat: exceptional :: Oi) 1" ", .. .....17'. .
'mIL _.1 XTi5t.AagI.tine..C. lift p in.... ..... . 'I
rn'1* ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, is not these ancieut monuments, but: in p III.... .. .
mat"it I Will practice In all the Courts of the State their surroundings. Throughout Europe,

"J""k If Florida, anil( tha United States Courts. in London Paris and elsewhere] mediaeval A. & W. Branch.SOUTH .
.. [ p.0. Box,235. T1TU3VILLE, FLA. cathedrals town hulls and other

o'u" Money to Loan. 18 buildings still subsist, but they are surrounded HOUND. NOUT1I 1IOUMJ.'

'OIL))1, by a framework of modern STATIONS. No 32Wp Mo.l NO. o STATIONS. No 2 No 4 No Tampa Bay Hotel, Tampa, Florida,
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""Ib [WELL TITUS, houses and streets. At York on the contrary Lv New Smyrna Z lop\Teem. . .. .. Ie O. City Juno 12 "lOa T4iij: .. .
']1"'u" E-I as at Pruukfort, Nuremberg and .. Lake Helen 91'U: . .. ... .... .. Orange City 12: Ua 32MI' .. . The Seminole Hotel Winter Park] Fla.
' ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. few Lv Orange/: City 3 SIp, ii Lake lltthm 12 : :.1 / ... ... ,
a other continental the 37a.4. .11\11 WIp..
""u"Ib towns Ar O. City Juno. 3 lilpl) 0 .. .. New Smyrna I l II 2/ i . .
"' Practice In State and Federal court Land streets as well as the churches recall the The Inn Port Tampa all the ,
'nIe I.
middle All daily between JaokRonvllle open} year
\Mei a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of agos. train and St. AnicuHtlnn.
and Solicitor. Trains 2:1: and 78, Routh of St. Au tu.UIIO. iluily exaopt, !Sunday
County Commissioner, County York is just the opposite to Hull. The Train 20 a and Ml dally except Sunday. -- -

I'. 0. Box 84. TITUSVILLE, FLA. latter town owes its very existence to Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction dully exonpt Sunday,

its commercial capabilities, while York Tl ese Time Tablet how,, the time at which train may be expertml to nrrlve and ,ilopart! from
,lEI never was a commercial town. Hull is the sm.r U stations, but, their arrival or departure at the time* stated In not IlIlIrllllf."I. nor does The florida Central & peninsular RailroadShort
for IK. Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wrl ht.Attorney.atLaw a town which has absolutely nothing to the Co"plny A hold Itaolf responsible, for any delay or any cmiKOiiuenci' arlnlnit tlmmfiirin.
DeLand Fin J. K. tROTT JOSKIMI HIClIAltDHON.HVml ,
,'d, show, yet it has a population of more *\ -tint. Gon'l Passenger Ar..nt.

Ju HALL[ &; WRIGHT, than 800,000 inhabitants, and many of -- -----. Line between Florida and nil Northern Puliita.
its citizens are extremely wealthy. Hnll
INSURANCE AGENTS, fought for the parliamittit against King Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

Tltusville, - Florida. Charles and Hull was celebrated for its The Tropical Trunk Line. Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ga., Columbia, Washington, Bal-

Representing the "Old Hartford," cruelty toward the Catholics. York on timore, Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

Liverpool &; London &; Globe, and all the the contrary fought for the king against
companies. Am prepared to the parliament, and, as Catholics were Everett, :Mnoon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nashville, Louisville, Cincinnati,
lending Jacksonville & West
Tampa Key Railway. and
)n write lines up to $20,000 in any part of not so cruelly used in the York prisons, Chicago.
Brevard county. they were sent from York to Hall whenit Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis, Little Rock, Kansas Cltyj St.

was thought desirable to treat them JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver. Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.

more harshly. Many very excellent families River Junction, Punsaonla, Mobile, Now Orleans( Tex II, Mexico California
BAY DADE
'BiacAYNK! COUSTY.T have selected to reside in York, but B'O'UTUNo.- rJTIm I I Table In Kffeot Dee, in, ,011. -XOUTif_ and the Pad lie Coast. Effective. ))('C. II, 1H.)5. .
W. EWAN No. No. ; : I Mo. 78.
21. :
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J., U. S. COMMISSIONER. there are very few large fortunes. Yorkis ..... .. .. .... 18 no p"83Mp -8 :0a I.v.. ......JA'KSIJNYILLE..Ar .IIIR'' a hiS" 44 I(Ml' p . I.u.O..uOT' ,,Iw voel New York 1.lmlt1 anil New York Fat I
a town of poor gentlemen ; Hull is a ..... .Mon. 8 Mi a . .. ..Oranpce: 2(1( a m 0 211 p "I.Tu outlay Mnll l.i'iivin Jfti-kniinvlllii. 1 ;'10 n. '". and l.tMii. )::
Notary Public State at Large. town of York has . .. Wed 84 p ii Iii" . ... .. ., '. 08 a in Klllp,I Tlmi-mliiy, I. II\., ilally, with Tliridiuh: Pullmun, 1o(1..p..n( | for.
wealthy vulgarians. .... .... Friday D 1111'121110. . .. ,. 44)" a ni'M 4 ((18 p in4Mp Bat. .1 .:Kvurott Hiiviiiliii.il., Colitii.lila WiiMlilnittiin, llaltlninre .
Lands Selected; Conveyances made religiously sought to preserve what is .. ..... 9'ilp: : 9H.-I* ...Croon dive: I : a in ni .... J I'lailuilOlIulu, iii Now Vnrk, MIIHIOII mid all
. 'CorrcBpondonco solicited. Address of historical and artistic value Hull ...;.. .. .. . 10 un p 911II.. ......., W u m 4.1111..n: ....... 'V 145 .Il5YON .:I1I1'rn, point A rrivos JiwkNimvllItt, Uo&II: a.m.
: ; .. .. .... 11 OK a 103Bp1104p/ 1028 a .... ....... .. : Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove has ruthlessly destroyed all that was of . .. .. I1I1.'a 10 4Xa .. .. ....... .. /Ml a ni 3341'111M p 'm ,:' ('..mJ, >lLrtlll"nt Cur* hatwuon 8t. AniiiiHtliie' nnil 1
Office, Ewan's Landing. no immediate business use. These two . .. 12\11p It 21 p 11 01.. .. .... ) t'ark..7. 40 a in 3 21)!) p in 13/11'01/ '0 Now York. IHi.li.ir oars to anil from \Viutlilnirton. '
. .. 12MI' 11 41 a 11 lIla...... .Crenoont City .7 2:1: a in 3C\o1I.an II K JI'RI! ;.I_ '.. u w. s.veua.. .
towns so close to each other constitute . ... 13A/ p I.IC\oIIIo: 113.! .a.. ......... .. (iff,a in 9 4.II..n:: 12 :in. p m : '
W. ALLEN excellent object lessons illustrating the .. .. .. .. Sit p U 40)la 12 OAp ..... ...l>.on 27 a in 9 1)8) p in II lit am Pun. S Only I.lno Through the llvannfiil Ii Ill
,
GEORGE .... .. .. 83/1p/ 12: 411! a 12 : .4 10 a in 21111.m 10 4.1 n in .'C.- S" 'i Country, ..f hulls. florliln. 1'.n."la l KiiiltKnimiiBl
two great forces, the two great currents .. NM. J4. 1
4 10 p 1 20 a 12 '. OB a in 1 4.11' in lU1Oan. I J,un'k.uIi villa lt:5/ .
of opinion which for several centuries . ... . . .. .... 12 .3 12\11.01\ .... .. .. "ui. '/ r.ir" l.uku li II Ility., Li VII"IHVB Oitk. MuillKon I 1I1""tlt..lln.: : 1III.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, .... .... .... .. .. .. . 12 Vip..I. \ .. 211111.an. .. .. a C Tulliiliunni'ii lly, Itt ver .IniKitlim, IVimin'olK' Mobile .
have struggled against each other.- .. .... . . .. .... n e.. .. .... .... ...td IS a in..... .. ..... 0.. S Now OrlimiiN) anil the Niiutliwviit Mnxlco, Call
... .. ... .. .. ... . .. .. ..... '
West Florida. Philadelphia Telegraph] ... 2 !! .O'!.t. en.. . 4.-I a !II' fiirnhi unit thii I'ArHlo 'inutt Carrlu: Hluvper.
Key . .. ..,. .... ..... .. .. .flhIfll.... ... ... ...... a' U III'... ... "I, : Arrivu*Jiti'kiKinvillo' 7:1(1 a. flu.I !

Will practice in the United States WHY WE STAND UPRIGHT.A :::: :::: :::: :::: ::;;;;;. = Otj:: .Ar.;;;:. ( :: :: : : : : : :::: n:: : ::: : : :: :;:. .

. ... .. . .. l/If/ ,.. ... ... . .. a ....... 1iaves ,lHrkm>nvlllo IUI: a. m. fur' Htnrke, Hnw-
and State Courts. OjunOo: Special Complex Mechanlim I* RequiredFor .... .... .... . .. .. 2411....... ... .... .. .I (1111 a ut.III....... k tlttor'.lotlvur' ( HI'I'h'lt. Ooulii, Ih'lIIolVlIl"J' C ,,ilurKiy
the .... . .... . ........ 80111' ..... .Orange..T. 4)1) a an .... ... .. :-. ,, ; Titvuro* Aioiika|
Pnrpone.We ..... .... . ... 1320... Ar. ...... .. .. 34)) a.n .. .... \\ ( iriuinul,,,, UimxM'lH'n, 111..10 City, riant City,
U. B. L. WILLS, ore so accustomed to standing up- .. .... 1120 P' 2 111 aI Inp Ar.... ..... .. "' } m toiflaina Tanii'U., Arrive Jauknnvllle: a,,0&111.11I.
D . .... .. .. i a Z07p...... .. lIalIII.: ...,.. .. :
of
right as a natural attitude that few ..... .. . 832 2"1' .. .. . ...Wintor I ark. ... ... Ifl2am, lI/1Oam ... ...... O' Clni'lnnntl anti Flurldn, Mmltiil, leave JackiinvlIlK -
us think what a special complex mechanism .... .... ..... 4 411 : '.. .... .. ... .Orlando.. .. . Lv.. I.I/lfl: / a III II M am.. ...... .. M S I I 0 .,_ 7 iiNi:: Hullil Vetll: lu,Train. :Tlmait ;
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, this A .... . .. .. .. .. 4211 a\2\ ..... .. ....KIR811mlleo. .. .... I:1C\o1am'll1lW1aan.' ... ..... \ / 3 ul., .... I lltt.liu>viir; In'Iilf::: ti:> Cliiulitni.tl, I, via: Miimni,
is required for puprose. .. .... ... . 1 10 (alp.. ...... .liartow . ... 110&111'11I., ........ ... .... \) Atlitntn. ('huti illIloulgut.' CunneuU, for Nauduvilleii. .
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. moment's consideration will show that .. .... ..p. 14/1/ a III' 4"i'.Ar. ......Punta ( Jorll.. .. .. t 2 4111' III ,moua m..... ... .. ,q4 ,, Ijiulnvlllo, Clili'nKn' unit all point, north andwont
of the erect . ..... S 81HI a'i( Nip' Ar. .. ..... .. Tamp" .... ... .Lv sans1iinss24iaiII.. .. ... .. ... Tue I Arrive JitvKsonvllIu' 8 ::2 u a. in.
the ordinary explanation . . ..... ., IIlIIla 6 nUpAr. ,.. .. .I.ort.r..m....... ..l.v : 'I'1II' . . toRID4tBKTD4L_ I 4hP ; :. -
OFFICE:-Hutchinson Avenue, near position (the center of gravity to be directly .... ..Mon the Indian River hotel. above the feet is insufficient. .... ... ,, & .'rlilay. 93I1PII.v.. ..... . ..KoyWe.t..... .I.v ii : IJIIIIW..II.anIIH..t. _.a...,...... i.., Holly Sprlnir' Itiiute r.nuln. Kana" City.
) .. .. .. \VoI anti Hat. 8 0111. Ar. .. ... ....Iluvanat . ." I.v 12 ao I' III Well. all.1 hat.C MO.'" S ....r. I.,. .. ('hhl'! t... IjMii.va Jiu'kHoiivilliiMucoii 7HI:( p. in. vlii
When a man is suddenly shot, whether I. k* Atluntu lllriiiliiKlmiii.St., llully H..rlng.. ,

from the front or behind he drops on Pally t Dally except Sunday. Memphis, Ri.rlnicllolil, Kanno City Bt. Ixinli l'ld""ISI..us/: 'Ity. Thnnih| Blfleiipr without
ASPINWALL, I'luuiK": to Kunniui City: loud St. Lout*, anil only one clmiiKu. to ('hloalu uiict Hlmix City. Arrive
J JOHN his face for the truth is that there is Train 23 and in carry through rullmnn ItufTot Blooplnn-. hntwonn Now York and Tunijic Jurkminvlllu I ii) ::441 a. in.
much more weight in the front of the Trains 15 and 3D-Through rullman Duirut Bleeping; cam butwuen Cincinnati: and Tampa., 11:45): l.. M.-l.ncnl: for Ta1l>iham.&i" anil lntnrni ,illitt 1'\IIIII.n\ .. Arrive ,liicknoiivlll. 8::4.1 p. m.110 .
Intornixilluto, "". liicjn'r ArrlvnJai'kiioiivliluOJDa.m.. (
\): P. M.-Knr Tampa anil iii
REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE.EAU spinal column than behind it. w. n. COFFIN O. 1>. ACKK.IH.Y, For Mauiin Atlnnta" two 'l'ruiiius.. Itally. lA'ave Juokminvlllu 7au: a, in. and 1::444) p. in.
The fact is that when we are standinga OencraI8u..rlntllllllellt.. General 1'aHneiiKer Agent(: I'nllinan sleepers on all NlnlitTrnln..

of muscles ----------------
large number powerful ;:rSonul for lIoRt Inilexeil Township Map of Klorldn to

GALLIE, FLORIDA. (both at work front, and the book effects) are of simultaneously their action- o :a s :sr... -cr:: &; 0 0 N. S. TENN1NOTOX A. O. MACDONELL,

being to neutralize each other. Thus, i DKAI.BKS IN Traffic Manager. General Pdnnongcr. Ag't.

p\K. M. D. L. DODSON, the legs would fall forward were it not I :JP1.n.e: .T1iao: an.: I. L1.Q.'t1ors, __ __ h__ __ h'_ .___ __ __ ___
that they are kept vertical on the feet ,
DENTIST. -
by the strong tendon (the "Achilles") 807, 300 & 311 'V. Bay St.,
Specialist In Operative, Surgical and at the back of the heeL At the same' HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

Mechanical Dentistry. time the muscles of the thigh are tight- JACKSONVILLE, '. FLA. -

ened so as to prevent us taking a sitting Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from $1.7 '.
Wusr PALM BEACH, FLOKIDA. position, and the muscles of the back to 93.80 iwr ealhin.Hranclle .
are pulled tense so that the trunk does from SUB to S3.7S per gallon. MANUFACTURED BY -
We make a Specialty. or North CamIlua .
tor;
F W. CRAVEN not stoop forward. The head is prevent Mountain Dow Corn Whiskey, three
S ed from dropping on the chest by the years old, 8:4.60: / per gallon.JUK : Chapman cic SUdlO-m7

DENTIST, ligaments in the nape of the neck. Boots. -I gal, 2actsgaI.,3cts\ 3 gal., PURE ,

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. That the upright is not its normal position KeifS-a\!., *tt 10gal.. ,"1.2o; KMil., South Jacksonville Florida.
is easily shown by the fact that a '1./11I./

Office east side Ilutchlnson avenue, near man nods as he is falling asleep, for as Parties living\ In Dry Towns will unwell
to order from" un, a* we can nave
Indian River Hotel. soon as the controlling nervous force is them /DO per cent. on all order For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
deadened the head drops forward by its Bry Always end money with order ,
back into We will not open new account unlex
only to be pulled
own weight .
tillable Jacksonville reference I* Klven.Mo
D F. II. nOUGIITON, position again with a jerk when the Good sent C. U. D. to Dry Towns. -:;:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
brain becomes suddenly] aware of an unusual -
attitude.-ScottishAmerican.STAGE Dealers all kind of Kitw Material, ucli ala gulp. Totniih] Kuln.t, Cotton
DENTIST. Seed Meal, Nitrate of Motla, etc., etc.

GLINTS. Animal* and l'lpeeeh.' Hone ground nnd steamed In the factory In throe different grist

Atlantic Block, Daytona, Fla. Explaining Ulm..1&Judge The theory is advanced by Bayard ar-: Send for PnmpliloU and Prices,
O. Neck the boy soprano : Henry How land] tells the storyof .-.--- -------.--
Master Willie Taylor] that auinials remember and rucogiiize -- ---
is now a member of Fanny Rloe's the embarrassed but generous hearted the speech of their native ]land.(
ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS &; SON, young man who felt called upon to re-
ALEX bompany.The Once noticing in Barnaul's\ museum a

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Earl of Rosebery is writing a Here the conversation sudden cessation which of oftentimes drawing hippopotamus" which wore aivr.tinjli.tak- FLORIDA BOAT *! WORKS

novel relating to diplomatic life which room able look of dejection be spoke to It in ,
social
JACKSONVILLE AND TA VAXES FLA. overtakes even the most brilliant
will be dramatized. English. The boast did not move. Going

of Will continue to practice in the courts Enid Mayo is touring successfully ina bis circles.cheeks With he the timidly blushes turned surmounting to the to another corner of the cane, he said" in West Palm Beach, Florida.
the
business Seventh before the Judicial United Circuit.States and All repertory of Knight.plays. Her leading support daughter of the bartons who wu no I Arabic"I know: you. Come bore to me. -*c5wit, !:Z:

State Circuit Courts will receive the liBerTy. present In the .room and Inquired : The auimul at mice turned its head, c tJ-:
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. A petition signed by GOO cItizens -how U yo-yonr mo-mo-motherl _
and when Tuylor] repealed, the word it = """'='
Clalr-Abrams. was presented to Modjeska at Ithaca, N-DOS th-that I l- 1" ad-a. bu-bnt itmmake.itat. head
hint rubbed its agallJatthe
to ,
her to play! a return lk." New Haven came
N. Y., requesting Beg- bars and looked up it him with evident I F-

John B. Stetson University engagement.W. Iste*- delight. :; .

H. Power If completing arrangements A w...._* .. th. .....- Calls for the same species of animals

DeLand, Florida. for the production" next season of "A.h I" cried Joan of Arc. differ in different parts of the world, "=' -
"Shannon the Sixth, written by Edward The Maid of Orleans drew herself np but each individual will undoubtedlyget =

For both Sexe: College Normal School E. Kidder. proudly."I used to his habitual call. Cab horses c =

Mi Acailamy.lo. Art School and Conservatory oi Roma the well known soprano, will will live in history u the first female have often been known to pay no attention ... >-
Institution of line rank. Faculty of ] in "GentlemanJoe" ] but to start off c:>> c#2 >- c:=
twenty teacher Seven elegant building, originate a leading part to wear s coat of male, &.n4"egleam to gentle coaxing
and beated; by (team. lighted by electricity. Hot : when that London success is produced of triumph shone In her eye- promptly at the usual flow of expletives. := 1
cold water bath*. Thoroughly equippedjyranw'nm. -- '
Department of Fhy.leM Culture in New York. "the nether garments to match I" Chicago News. C'-2 ca

7.LJ1< Military| Drill for young men. Library oi "For Her Sake" is the title of the In her exaltation she caused her barbed i ;;
6.00I1.0Iumee. Reading room with all leading. Bow About Un fmnt g E;
.Periodical* awl. daily emIl weekly paper new pay that Edwin Gordon Lawrenceis steed to prance till the riveta rattled
Thoronnhljr' equipped chemical and physical to produce next eeason. II is a romantic in her cast iron bloomers.-Pick Me UpPeIatail Mary and John sitting on the sofa.MaryCease c_:) COBoatH
0ra1oriss. SeparaM. building for Munlo and flatteries I will :z- c
Art School*, with artUU of mtabUibed ",pn_ Russian drama in four act& your or c:>> ...-
:::;::;)
Ion .. bands to
ears.
uln.clurKe. Second term open December Neil Burgess will continue playing erptl. put my my ct
Satlon'to"1 for catalogue, giving tM] infor- John winning to be complimentary])
"The Year One" at bis Star theater. Mrs. Ooodklnd: -I presume, Miss ( 'ft .

JOHN W, FORBES President. New York, for the next few weeks, after Tl.rPP, that in the course of your long -Ah, your ]lovely bands are too smalL

which be will revive "The County sojourn In France you leaned to speak London TH-B1U. hauled out and Repaired at the lowes
Have
the you Men It S0 what Why the language like a native. .... ... flguroH. ,Prompt attention given to orders. '
Walton Rapid Calking Machine. Ii Fair. Zotbing 5. De .. 0(.
Miss Flyppe-To speck Uf Why, I all kinds of boat
you own a sail or row boat, don't fail to Lawrence Hanky baa been engaged became accustomed to doing Gotham Girl How do you New Eng- Estimates given on !

nave one on hand. It I I. a great labor, by Manager Jacob List for the leading ven my landera get over the fact that you ancestors Agents for the Celebrated
French.
in
aver, and !. patented In the United In "The War of Wealth." Mr. Ban.ley's thinking believed In witches?

few States of, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A part health has been completely restored. Mrs. Ooodklnd Tribune.-flow very shocking I Boston Girl-We call it hypnotism. 'WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East .Coast .of Florida.
the
state right will be sold at a Chicago
wasonable gure. Apply to J. O. Wal- - .. e New York Weekly.. .
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.4 INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 10, 1896.



I < 'I -+ IID11H RIVER ADYOCATE.I 4- are as necessary to successful to- England has wrested Australia from th I community"-and especially our owns : ,I

bacco culture as they are to tbe worthless savages who Inhabited it: she,, or question the motives of any individual
Is doing the same in Africa-in all cl and especially a fellow citizen; but so A BIG STORE

I, .'.11. WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TBB DEVELOPMENT successful outcome of any other which she is doing good service, a little, many unpleasant things have come under ,:.................................................................'...:.,.,..
( OF THE INDIAN KIVBB, Lass business.We roughly it may be, but still doing It. our eyes during the past month, that

WORTH AND BlHOAVilE BAY.EOTfO:!.. would not endeavor to throw Now, if there Is any prospect that Eng we believe we will be doing our duty

,I cold water on the subject, for it land can introduce her great; laws and and the public a good, by turning; on the
language Into South America and colon lights and lifting the curtain to the public -

Office: Washington Avenue, Titusville means too much for us, for that, ize it with her blood, by all means let the for a moment's gaze.;

\ Indian River, Florida. but we do'endeavor1 to get our peo- work go forward so long as it Is not ac We made the assertion that there wasa The Surprise Store 4
!
ple to go at it intelligently. The companied with rapine and cruelty." certain element in this town who me .
partial to lynching-we stand by It. ,
East Coast is especially suited to To most Americans the concluding
r PUBLISHED EVERY FRIDAY. the culture of tobacco, far paragraphs go; entirely too far, viz : There Is, and a leader was the only thing
many
in this to plunge our little
"Now, if there Is any prospect that Eng wanting case
reasons; our humid atmosphere land can introduce her great laws and town into further disgrace than the> misfortunes

1'- (;11....H.WALTON, Publisher&: l"rol.rletor.t makes it fine for curing process.; language into South America and colonize of the past that have Titusville already (lone.Can has. St. Augustine, Florida .

AISTUONY no expensive barns, ,no heating, It with her blood, by all means let the any one deny ,
11 KVttY: J. Editor. had a bad name t The truth hurts .
work forward it In
'
I good so long us
go
t drying, or 'moistening apparatus
tt sometimes but her toughness In the
t not accompanied with rapine and been enlarged( to more than double Its former capacity, and!
: t 1. are,necessary on.third account. We cruelty.] If we were going to settle in past l Is proverbial through the state, and HAS-just throughout, making it the largest as well as the best equip I't,'.
:Subscription. are free from, frost or hail ; besides, the legion in dispute we would want to even beyond.! So bad has been the reputation -

t f f Twelve months, > $'./SO we havenine 'months of better be sure we were under the British flag of the place, that has not the

I : Six'" 1.00 weather in every way for culture rather than the Venezuelan.] changing of the name of the town been Up-To-Date Dry Goods and Clothing Store i ii
? the we
; Three .//10 The latter flavors too much of that suggested (Among proposeis
i Single copy, .5 and harvesting than is to be had period English history of the "War of believe was the writer of the above
r Strictly in advance. elsewhere in the south. On account the HUHCS." Our Munioe Doctrine Is all letter)? Why aro we hated by the balance -

i ,of the revolution in Cuba, in the Interest of peace and fair play. of the county? Why are we threatened the State of Florida if not in the South.
institution checked the Intervention by tho removal of the court house ? ,
the there for 1896 is -
r crop practically : have reform been
The above rates Include the payment of )I08t.k .- of Continental Europe In Central and Why political parties
} 't k age. Subscriptions can commence any time not to be counted. Manufacturers -'I South American affairs In 18J2-5.:! :!: organized ? Not that they hate us as individuals It is the intention of the proprietor to keep the largest and best selected stocks(

during the fear.l claim that Florida producers Canning (then Prime Minister), one of but because there has existed,
3 culture and the Englishmen of and does exist, in a small measure, to- Hats Shoes Mattings
can, by intelligent grandest any age Dry Goods Clothing Carpets Rugs\
proposed associated action with the day, an element whoso Titusville policy ,
l t. Discontinuance of a
sonally. this office or liy ..rllhag.I matran Cuban article ; in fact, the petuity these very governments; that per not a pleas'ng' history; is not conduciveto and FLOOR ART CLOTHS -

New York manufacturers are demo your quoted article would now wish us progress; are the enemies of law and
I
I, MEMBER OF onstrating this fact by using it to stand consuntingly by and see England times order,of and excitement would prevent even justice,to and heada in To be found in the State, and that every nook and coiner of the East Coast mal.

It Itii. TUB FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION: largely in their trade, and the demand destroy These, povel'nmentshave if; she should wish as to.much rightto lynching crowd, in order propose to gain lost enjoy the full purchasing power of their dollar, we have established a

exceeds the
AFFILIATED WITH THE already supply. exist now as when England and Uncle prestige.
I I VaUoaal EJlI.oria1 Atsociation.A4 New York syndicates realize this Sam prepared to shed their blood jointly This is the element we referred to in l\Inil Or dor DCInI-tn1cnt;_

fact, and have established large ] If need be, to secure their integrityand our al.tlcle. The names are demanded.
Would Dr. Wilson, who "is one of the
---- The
i ; farms in various portions of the right of self-government. "
farmer and Fruit Grower's article designates oldest] citizens of the town, feign not to
'i I
INDIAN KlVXa ADVOCATE, Information as to the best classof rough on our somewhat turbulent SouthAmerican ter memory, and could refer him to Ills

., land, the best variety of seed, cousins. The Shipping World, children for the Information; or better
1 TITUIVILLE, FLORIDA. ask him to turn the leaves of Tltu vllle's
the kindest out
of London
etc., were given in former issues of voices way back
of all such troubles as the present, as history. (
-1'-: ::;: the ADVOCATE: so we will devote follows : We credit the respectability of the rf s
cheek eta., payable to CHARLES some attention this week to the town with too much common sense to 'y4 a ntlq'' o,
Is referred to i
II. WAI.T".,pmMUber and proprietorDor the "The Monroe Doctrine take exception to an article denouncing ,
preparation of seed beds. This We
i but we never see it in operation.
_. should be attended in the in this crisis about political lynching or denouncing the, advocates _
I'' -- ------ -- -- -- --- part to cure nothing of lynching, here among us. We wouldbe

move we make in months of January and February, pretentious, even those of the first mag- the last to cast any "serious or uncalled
every nitude involved in the American policy
; for reflections the citizens of
and tbe on ::
transplanting probably a
j : 1 our fire-scorched town represent but we care everything; for the principleof Titusville," but if the exposition of lawIGHHDOSS .
our earnest endeavor for the good month or two later. Great care arbitration as a substitute for war in
is a reflection on the town then
f'j) of the town, even at the expense of should be given> this portion of the the settlement of international disputes. we propose to plead guilty, and whatever -

a little personal sacrifice ? If not, culture, as .the success or failureof We have because escaped Venezuela a conflict is too of arms small until to be the penalty, our conscience will
a .depends largely it. now, be all right. Our editorial is classed as
J it certainly should. We Are not crop upon fight. If our cause is a fair one we have
and without
> as strong as we onee were, but It is here ,that the cut-worm-to nothing to fear from arbitiatlon. If we foundation very "unwise, as and can unjust be easily, proven." Itl
baceo's .first its have behaved in a grasping and an arbitrary -
enemy-makes
unity means power; whereas, un How proven ? By petition of the people?
': the other hand a house divided first .ppearaace. The bed shouldbe way and have presumed upon our Our friend, the Doctor, likes this
t strength to set Justice aside, we oughtto method but is fact that half .
in a moist place-not wet. Gray it not a .
itself cannot stand.
; against be stopped in our unrighteous; career.
those! who sign them never read what
loam Hammock is best, in which all We scarcely know where to turn-in :
they sign, and many others only to get
grass, or weed seeds and roots have Parliament or out of It-excepting to the rid of the carrier ? But to those who
In business
QCBSTIOM : how to
g, been killed. This is best done by ranks of a gallant band of Quakers in sign petitions we would quote: "He 1VIPiIId QRDERS.
tell foolish men from those that who is
the country-for a man preparedto
hears who hears
but half
i laying green poles across the bed one party
are wise. Answer: Oh, that is which !brush held tight for peace And we cannot help only." Facts look bold in print, but Without exception, are hauler to deal with than any others. Knowing this,
on dry are put, solid hour of John
sighing, 'Oh, for one
;
dead easy. Just watch them ad and down heavier '. they are facts, just the same. ve make a specialty of filling them. Out-of-town people in want of something ID

vertine. This may not be ornate, pressed by poles ;', Bright Going back to the subject of lynching, t he above lines, who "want it quick," and want it right and want it cheap, |just
set fire to this, and the arrange- As one in which right; has the best we re-affirm there were threats of lynchIng -
:
; but it .U very true. IK these bustling chance of I offered it the Irop: us a line. Address,
ment,d the first poles allowing the success, as one la our town recently, and we might
y days (if anybody has anything that all Christians can say "amen" to. mention the names of two or three par-
air to circulate beneath the
worth having to eel I, they want it burn the brushas Consistency in our former joint policy ties, claiming high respectability, who, :T. w.- E S'I:I E S
known and the way to do It it to they causes ground to toward Venezuela compels us to urge perhaps, have been a little indiscreetand ,
'. be well-scorched. After the small upon our "old ally" an adjustment that unwise in their utterances. -'Whoro
advertise. The newspapers are the brush are well;destroyed, the large does not flavor too much of force. If the judgment is weak, prejudice is Proprietor of the Surprise Store,
i greatest factors of intelligence in that force is used, we know that Vene- strong."
be
fagots The
1 the world of to-day, and a-drertis- nay dragged away. zuela would be beaten. We think necessity does not demand a ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.
'. ashes of the make
burning good O. W. HOLMES. call of the roll but the "hit
ing in thew is one of the greatest as dog\
j factors of success. fertilizer for the bed, though the usually howlsl" perhaps the desired In-
spot selected should be of itself. We mean
naturallyrich
., MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTII- JAMBS PBITCHABD President W. B. BARNETT Vice-President
in nothing personal in this article, for now, ; ;
and
a warm .place, convenient
l' '' ASIDE from the advantages that ING. as in the future we have, and will have, W. M. BKOWN,Cashier.

!'> the winter season brings us, we be well to water watered, "o that during the plantscan their the heart good, but if of the the cap town should]and fit any county one we at [INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

have some corresponding disadvantages Probably< the Venezuelan Line
It bed-growth. As soon as the bed say, very freely, put it on. Our platform
'!; prominent among which cools chop the dirt very closely so will be a Similar Affair.: l Is truth, and it Is.. noble one to stand ],
is the nuisance. 'on, and to down with it is sublime.ED. .
tramp They may wall go ( under the Laws the of
is I't I Ibe called the uncomplimentary as to pulverize but do not WASHINGTON, D. C., Jan. 3, 1800. ADVOCATE.] Incorporated of State Floikla.)
turn under the surface. A hoe is
I i shadow of our winter tourist, for General Duffield, the chief of the -- Authorized capital, $ t 00,000
t preferable to a plow in this work Coast and Geodetic Survey, today pro Vrevard School Itonnl. Paid $25,000
they are quite.as regular in their J-.1 up capital
on that account. After the bed is seated to the Secretary of State the joint -. r-\
I comings and going!!, and unlike the Alaskan '-7 Average deposits $300,000
thoroughly pulverized and all roots report upon boundary, I' J
them in the fact that they are of taken out tills is which was agreed upon by him and the The School Board held their usual !>
important, as a
..no earthly good to the section that Canadian representative, Mr. King, at monthly session in Titusville on Mondayand \
I in the '- :
r (harbors them. The cities above sprig or root bed would tbelr meeting; at Albany this week. Tuesday with Messrs. A. L. Hatch, .' Transacts a General Banking
cause a hole in a plant that as j it The report probably will not be made John Henry, Tom Johnson and County
ru. ,have set a good example by grew would become so large as to public until It shall be transmitted to Supt.\ J. II. Sam In attendance. Among Business

1 making it so warm for them that render the leaf useless Congress, but It shows a practical the business transacted was the paymentof I l
.as a
l wrapper between the of the teachers'! bills, amounting to $1,4;,>0; H
they are glad to move on. Our agreement surveys I I p
I rtown will doubtless -scatter the seeds carefully, two goverments, and may have the effect and other bills, $28!). The total warrants G? Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim
government(
brush them ia lightly, and tread of put-tiddly quieting; the apprehension Issued amounted to $1,730. The Treas-

.allopt like methods. them over, not too hard, but firmly. of trouble over the boundary. The urer's report was laid over until the next DIRECTORS
:
difference between the lines meeting The Board published an addi- r
After they begin to grow, any greatest 'unby tional number of Webster's international JAil.PRITCHARD W.I.ARNKTTPres\llpni( \
tho englaeers of the two got TBmeats of the National Hank of JackHonvllle), J.JI.
WE understand that Cocoa and weeds or grass; that appear shouldbe is but six feet and seven Inches or fifteen dictionaries, the County Superintendent '"'" DURKEK (Vice-rreKldent. National Bank 41!
.,' :Rook ledge are to have a literaryand carefully: plucked out. seconds of longitude. In view of the having reported that 11 schools should Jacksonville), W. 8. UBAUAM and W. >SI.

reading club. We congratulate The cut-worm is likely to appear result of the two surveys, General Dai be supplied immediately.] BROWN.
CORRESPONDENTS.
our sister cities for their in the seedbed, but a gener- Held does mot hesitate to express 'the and The it Unlaces decided wore carefully reviewed, Seaboard National Bank of: New York unit
was to extend the
that there be serious dispute termof
opinion can no National Bank of Jackllo yllle. 21
'J l (praiseworthy steps in this direction ous!! bath of soap-suds will destroy between the united States and a majority of the schools. The small '

t for "he that reads most and them, ae well as help the plants. Canada over the boundary. schools have already bad a full apportionment. 1"I".rUSVILLE, FLA. I

I t thinks most, lives most." Titus Ashes scattered lightly over them The list of schools., with lim- _
it of extension will be
.I vflle is a little backward in these afterwards will prevent the flea, or LYNCHING. month It published next
being necessary to adjust several
I I matters, but we hope to see this fly, which form on them otherwise, contracts. FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /

changed. These are days of progress and seriously injure them. After T1TUSVtu.E, FLA., Jan. 0, 1801.*

f r and enlightenment, and we the plant has attained a growth of Editor Advocate rAn Pretty Calendars.

[ must read\ and think, or we soon six: leaves, it is ready for trans editorial appears in the ADVOCATR Land Departtnent.If : .

become back numbers. We have planting.
One of the
of January 3rd which casts serious and prettiest and most unique
many people of culture and refine It is well to have enough beds to, unoalled-forreflections upon the citizensof calendars for 18lti) that we have had the you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch, General Farming, Fruit Growing -

ment la .our town that are well insure an abundance of good, Tltu vllle' and has It has caused con- pleasure of receiving is that from Chris: Trucking, or a Business Residence
or lot
read, and well qualified to lead in healthy plants for transplanting.As siderable feeling among the people, I desire than Felgenspan, bottler of beer and anywhere between St. Augustine.and
through your paper to protest In porter etc., Newark, N. J. It is a very Miami, call on or address the .
i these-things, but there should be remarked in the beginning of the name of tho citizens, against such fine lithographed picture, In beautifully unde1'8lgned.Special

i f some means for the dissemination this article, we advise that all that unfounded and unmerited accusations blended colors, of a northern water' tom' terms to actual settlers.

I :. of knowledge and thought which consider the question to look intoit being sent out to the world, and pronounce scene In summer time, 30x22 Inches.

would certainly work good in many well before beginning, for those them unjust sad untrue; but as A charming-looking young lady is JAS. E. ING RAH AM, Land Commissioner,
"/ with whom you say you have the names of the landing on the deck of one of the
: ways. we must compete un parties of this school, I ask In behalf of spokes of which the steering wheel-the ST. AUGUSTINE
derstand the business, and thosein the innocent that you publish the names are represented by bottles FLA.J

TOBACCO CULTURE. Cuba practically grow with it. of those enemies of the law, that the Innocent of the various kinds of liquors put

Tobacco can be raised! at an ex-: may be able to clear their skirts up by the above-mentioned gentleman.... 1
of all blame. Permit Hiding[ the boat over the pellucid waters. ASPHALT
me to say that ROOF
t" While there is no doubt 'that tot pense of only $25 to $50 per acre, your editorial was very unwise And unjust Close by are the American and English PAINTS.Ground

Uaeco culture on the East Coast, and from six: hundred to one thousand ; and without foundation as can be yachts-Defender and Valkyrie-under I .
t pounds raised to the thus easily and full spread of canvas, while the back-
on account of the acre, proven; being one of the (in Pure _
many geograph it oldest citizens of this town I take it ground look. superb with the various : :
making a profitable i
upon
'. ,loaf and climatic advantages of All that is needed very to insure crop.such myself to deny the charges; unjustly sails dotted here and there on the pretty Oi'i' Red d DIOWfl and 1=! Agents Wanted-
\ the sections can be made a placed the citizens of blue water and the land fading in
very re- upon Titusville, as away and highest i J Write
results is i for Samples,
i the
intelligence, care and theMe charges the distance.The ;!
muaeratira industry, it I is well in are outgrowth of mere
configuring the question to make work. rumors, distorted by suspicious and for- Grade j Black i Prices,
tile i imaginations and I am E
haste slowly. It is much better to say> directed towards; the, perversion sorry of to Winchester Repeating. Arms Co..' Asphaltum. I I Catalogue Etc.
calendar for IdOtiL, of which ... in _
leave Any such thing alone than to "PEACE WITH HONOll. Jill tlce. are receipt
of two copies, l is certainly; gottenup :FOR: : '
go at It in an unintelligent manner Respectfully)) in excellent style. The hunter PAINTING..

.. and reap for your pains and expense SIIARPKS: FLA., Jan. 0, 181H). B. R. Wiwov. act of giving the wounded deer the in finishing the- I TIN IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS

only failure. It hurts you Editor Adro'aterThere. shot after tracking It In the snow Factory, Farm and Rail-

and it hurts the state. .While the U much truth In [We would call our readers' attention through the forest,Is very lifelike, while road Buildings
i your article to an editorial which the western mountain scene Is a true Freight Cars Bridges Fences and
amount of tobacco raised in the quoted from the Farmer and Fruit Irow- appeared an 1 Issue ture. pic ,
of this of Jan. Jrd Altogether, It !I. a most creditableart
paper 11UIJ. under
f tate last year was about 1,000,000 er, under with the caption" of uI>l'OIIpect of the caption of "Lynching," and to which production, and such as one would Iron Work of every Kind.
pounds, and the proceeds from it war England In your last Issue : the above letter takes exception.e expect from a well-known company like

about $300,000 thus making an "There is no inherent reason why this felt It In our bones-to use a vulgar the above. Building Papers Tarred Felts 2 and 3-ply Asphalt

average profit to the of nation of ours should stand godfather phrase t the writing of this article Roofing, and all kinds ofRoo Ready
grower and guardian to of
South
any part AmerIca that the
4150.00 to the acre, it is well to remember any more than over any part of Asia were not"cap would fit" someone, so we -We acknowledge receipt of 3rig: Supplies.
surprised at being called to account pretty calendar from Mr. W. W. Ruse ., tr
that such a showing or Africa. We ourselves wrested this for Rpm
rep. an explanation. We re-affirm
resents hard study, close attention, continent from the Indian, and by all what we stated at the beginning of the of the Cincinnati United ,States O., who is connected withRussell' The Armitage Manuf'g
considerations Mr. Co.
human and divine, It WM editorial referred to, "that we loathe 112,000, ,
are
and Intelligent work, all of which father owns about Manufacturers of
well done Asphaltum Coal
acres
Tar
barring some of the details. to make an attack upon the morals of.a ,of land near Sebastian Oils, etc,
1200
to 3300 Williamsburg Ave.
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' RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 10, 189tJ. 6


Awarded quite warm on Wednesday.The .

Lhest Honors-World's Fair. Bahamas schooner with a Queen general: Is loading cargo. for Cupt.the Fort Pierce.The Roseland.Mr. G. G. SPRINGER .

McFadden says he Is", going: to bull! a United States dredge boat Suwauee W. Gibson ban completed his contract -
new schooner of HK> tons burden, as the started work Tuesday. to supply oyster for Ercildoune
Queen is not large enough. lie also in- Inn, having built a pen and tilled the Manufacturer, Retailer and Shipper Of
formed your correspondent that he has Capt. George Saunders left, Monday, same with oysters.Mr. .
for Eden. lie will, probably, be away
engaged the schooner Olivette to takeover J. Pomar, of the firm of Pomar &
a )load of freight on this occasion, until April. Thomas, Tltiuvlllo, assisted by Mr, C. I ICE
as he has more than he can cairy. The Infant daughter of Mr.\ nnd Mi's. Case, Is doing the plumbing at Ercil ANDDistilled]) !

II.i.M; died List Tuesday, ROIl was bulled doune Inn. The furniture for the inn ,
TOUR ATTENTION IS CALLEDto yesterday In the Fort Pierce cemetery. is coming from Now York, and will bo

CREAM the immorand-date slip pasted Lawyer R. F. Hall, of Titusvltle\ was of'tho' most attractive and comfoitablekind.
.
cr: } weekly upon the ADVOOATK or down a few days Rio on a visit to his Water I
wrapper. pease subscription! biother, of tlio Fort Pleno Fish Co. :Mr.: II, L. Denny and wife have startedfor
DAKIN6 has expired, l'emit.Melbourne. Titusvlllo III the launch Tarter.
-Miss Madge\ Bell returned from Saturday Capt. Denny will stop at various pointson Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
from kMiiiivillu Saturday night I ;
: tho river, to attend to work on some ,
attur a lengthy visit to her grandparents launches that do not work sutlsfactoiilyat \
POWDIR of that place. .
presort.Messrs. FACTORIESCocoa

Mr. and Mrs.: Nesbitt! have been visiting Mr. Arthur T. Feaster, of Titusvillo, Coppeithite, Newman and and West Palm Bead
PERFECT MADE. was down here a few days last week,
MOST in town. and Men 111 have gone on a camp hunt.

tur Grape Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret Mr.[ Ja's. hunting, lishing and enjoying himself Col. Gibson and hU Walter have
Hogg Is having; his cottage onNew generally.Mr. I son :
i Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant Haven avenue re-painted. gone; to the Litter's homestead at W t'od. J.S. Smith Jr. fi Co. !
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. :: Gilbert Totten left this week for \Icy, for the purpose of killing Home bear. ,
Melbourne will be sprite gay from now Palm Beach to take a position ns yard As Walter has'" killed three boars lately,
until Lenten season begins. ostler there. Mr. Joe McCoulloin Is we expect them to return laden with DEALEItS IN -

Atlantic. Little Eliose Hogg{ has been quite acting as ostler at this place. boar meat. \

sick for some time, but Is improving now. Mrs. J. B. Merlwether and two child- The recent frosts did considerable

visitor here dur- Mis. John Goode wont to Sebastianon Ion came ,up fI'om'est Palm Bench on damage to the market giideus iu this", !' ,y, ...f, B :: ICK I :::

t professor the past Same week,was and a was warm In bin Lawrence Tuesday: Mouro.to visit her daughter, Mrs. and Friday:Mrs., and A. are Bell.visiting her parents, 1\lr'l vicinity.Mr. X1'h 1 f 1 s.

tises of the richness of the lands inIs I A. E. Rogue ban leturned to Melbourne \ ,
vicinity. Lawn tennis", seems a favorite amuse We understand our friend, Mr Charley making tho trip by team. lie
Nelson, contemplates", leaving, In a few thinks that he recognized several] placeson
ment in Melbourne
both with ladies Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
lr. Jas. Alith Is a valuable acquisition and gentlemen.Mrs. days: for Tampa anti Key West. Fort the way that might bo mistaken for ,
I the working and pushing business Pierce will certainly lose one of her most attempts at roads, but considers them AOKNTS port : Will always give very lowest places
in this place. His experiments as Stewart has to Daytona to estimable gentlemen.
of
gone young .
quite poor attempts.1'ItLS1IYTIIt1AN HOME IWIOK CO., Rome, soils and their
of different visit her air and Mrs. Clarence
the mixing will be watched with Nash. parents Mr. Oscar Parker and wife artlved yesterday COLLINS lUCK CO., Atlanta Oa. Give us your orders nod \\o guaruntoo : -
xluctivcneas! from Lemon City. Mr. Parker CHUltCII. THE CAROLINA BI5OWNSTONK l CO. HiitiHfuctlun., ,.
tercet.Btosldents. Rev. Dr. Easton, wife and two sons are was taken suddenly ill between West
OFFICE WAREHOUSE
at Atlantic are to be con.tubtel. occupying Dr. DuBose's cottage on the Palm Beach and here. Immediately ho : :
Capt. J. I. Nesbitt, of this south side of Crane creek. arrived at this place Dr. Platts was summoned The Assembly Herald is a monthly 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
ce, has successfully accomplished the and we are glad to note that he paper published by order, of the General T..I"I''''' Telephone "": .
Mr. C. J. Hector is turn
preparing to in the interest of the benevo- "JACKSONVILLE
thing needed upon the Banana river. Is Improving.The Assembly I'I..OHIDA. 1 ,
have mall route and trans- his building, formerly used for a store, lent boards of the church. It gives ouu
IItntlon me to facilities a from Eau Oallie to Into a hall to be used for amusements of Leap Year ball at Carleton's hall a bird's-eye view of the great work of __ 'I !
naveral and this has been seoured various kinds. last Monday night, was n grand success, the church at homo und, abroad. Only

tough the, efforts of Captain Nesbitt. :Miss:\ Annie Goode has been suffering They with had Miss the Sadie string Hill band as from floor manager.Ten-Mile: ten cents a year; it ought to be In every A Fertilizer for Fruit. c.f
The offering next
few more residents with the ambitiond with a severe attack of asthma. We Presbyterian: family. ;
Creek, and it reported the danre wan
Sabbath will bo for that In our
I push of the captain would soon de- hope she will soon recover and take her purpose
the best of the season. Uuluckily the
of this inviting accustomed in church. 1'leoso help the missionarywork.
Hop the possibilities place society.
(.lion! of the country. Melbourne people extend heartfelt attend.ADVOCATE correspondent was unable to The. offering lately made for the education : '- ... ..... ... .. "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer ,

sympathy to Mrs. llanchett, whose husband of 'l'heologlo"llItmleli tll, amounted
The ADVOCATE don't cost you three died on Jan. (ith of typhoid fever. Ormond.Mr. to (3; to the aid of Christina! colleges ::Jr1oe S5.00 :Pox: Ton..

kits per week, postage Included, when e Mrs llanchett left for the north with and academies :$3.! GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........ \,

ken by the year. the remains on Wednesday morning.Dr. : The pastor has prepared a "Birthday Moisture. ... . . . . . .. ,.. . ,8 to 10 Per font. I'i JJ:
Brown acccompanied her as far as and Mrs. Bacon, who had a small
Jacksonville.The cottage on the river last winter, are now Box" containing six: compartments. Ammonia. . . .4'ii', to (II"I ,
West Palm Beach. Installed in a cottage on the beach, near Whenever a member of tho Sabbath PhoHphoilo Acid, . . . . . .5 to (J '
show Prof. Kline ,
given by was school has the Sabbath following
well attended and much enjoyed, especially Hotel Coquina.Mr. ho brings a birthday as many, pennies as he Potash (Actual). . . . . . .11 1{ to H" J

[:Mr. Gus P. Anthony Is agent for the by the children. The pie-eating and Mrs. Edwin A. DIx, of East Is years old, as a thank offering to the Made, exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Afenl, Nitrate of 1'10111mooll, Hone, '
>VOCATB: at West Palm Beach, and he contest between Jamie Gard and Lester Orange, N. J., have taken "Red-top," Lord for life still spared and blessings Dissolved IMinspliiite, Kino Ground Toliucco Stems, nnd iStilplmto of Potash.
111 attend to ads., receive money, etc. Ellis, both with tbelr hands tied behind one of the camp cottages on the river bestowed. The older members of the KP Write for fill-notions+ for using ami further particulars! ; also link for ii
their backs, was very amusing. Jamie road, near the hotel, for the season. school are expoctml to set the example. copy of "Economical' Koitllllng for Fruit." We carry a !large stock of all Pel-till :
There are quite a number of Titusville won the victory and the money. If you The offerings me to the mission work of zor Material, Cotton Ht'Clll\Iuul, Tobacru Dust, Potash, etc Trite for nilcos before > 'I
oplo in our busy town. think it is easy, just try to eat a piece of Mr and Mrs. L. B. Brown are duo at the church. Please tell your children buying. \Vo seek the growers'' ratio direct. I
Hotel Ormond the 11th.
custard pie .wlth your hands tied. on They are and they will\ bo interested in the plan. WILSON & TOOMER
Messrs. Strohm & Brady, our promlnt now, In St. Augustine. Mr. John Anderson ,
An unusually largo number were present
business Mrs. Campbell and son, Mr. Willie one of the managers, is also expected -
good
merchants are doing a
at meeting Wednesday
danceat ; The Fertilizer House of Florida
Campbell a enjoyable
this town. gave very on or before that day. which j
evening, was heartily enjoyed by
the Bellevue on Tuesday evening.:
Messrs. Feaster & Feaster, Titusville, Among those present we noticed Mr. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Worthy, of Springfield : all present. Subject: "What wilt thou Jacksonville Fla. f ,
tve bought out the butcher business of and Mrs. C. J. Hector, Dr. and Mrs. :Mass., have taken possession of have me do ?" :
lu-1, Breltwisch. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Reeves, Mr.\ and their comfortable cottage on the river
Mrs. Irwin Mr. and Mrs. Lockwood, bank near the hotel. Mr. and Mrs.
Lectures nt the 1'rewbytcriiui
and
Mrs. S. II. IIappersett family ar- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Campbell, Rev. and Myron C. Wick, of Youngstown, Ohio, Fred'k.S.Morse ti
jved here on Monday night; much toe .
.
Mrs. Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Bell, Mrs. who'own the adjolonlg cottage are not Church.On > > -
half Sam.
of her better -
delight to come to Florida this winter.
Robertson, Mrs. Goode and Mrs. M. G. expected

We note from the Citizen and Times- Ellis; Misses Jessie Goode, Carrie and The Hotel Coquina has been doing an Sunday evening, Jan. 19th, Rev
nion that Mr. Chas. II. Walton, the Ola Johnson, Susie Johnson, Clara Kyle, excellent business, so far, this winter. Henry M. ioodcll, pastor of the Ties- eE_ _L ESTATE: : :: : '
pular proprietor of the ADVOCATE, Edna Mann, Annie Hazlehurst, Mollie Among the well known persons now byterian church, will deliver the first of ,
us been enjoying himself at Hotel Al- Nicholson and sister, Lillie Robertson; staying there are Mr. and Mrs. T. Ewing a series of lectures on his travels In

car, St. Aguustlno. Messrs. Walter llazlehurst! George Phil- Miller, of Columbus, 0.; Mr. and Mm. Egypt and the Holy Land, describing the :MX.EIMX: male Oo., I'I+ORID. 'i. ,: ,
:Mr. Gus P. Anthony left here for New lips, Tom Nicholson, Alex Goode, A. Samuel Sloan, Jr., Miss\ Moron and :Mr.:\.. scenes, cities", and events familiar: to 1 t'
lJrk on Wednesday. Some of our folks Kichert, J. Ferguson, Allen Campbelland Daniel E. Moran, of New York city; W. every Bible student, enlivened by personal AGENT FOR LANDS OF
wn hero think he has gone off to get friend, Mr. Levitt, and W. M. Ely, T. Parsons, of Jacksonville; A. W. Groen 1 experiences and I observations. -- ." .
,urietl. all of Melbourne. From Eau Gallie we of East Orange, N. J. ; A. F. Davis, of These lectures given by an eye witness
noticed Mr. and Mrs. A. Hodgson, Mr.J. Providence R. I.; Mr. and Mrs. S. Ross : In a familiar conveisatiuual style never Florida East Coast Hnllway Company, r.
We Lear some talk of erecting brick E. M. Hodgson and daughter, Miss Campbell, and Miss Campbell, of Phila 'fall to interest and are very InsUictlvo. Florida: Eimt Const Canal A Transportation Company, '
Ill lngll since the fire. Mr. Geo. Zapf Florence Mrs. Gilbert and daughter, invited
delphla. The young people are especially ;j Boston & Florldn Atlantic Coast Land Company
iiy put up a large brick building, and and Mr.! Harry Hodgson. they will tlnd this good opportunity to
_hers are contemplating the erection of Mr. Myron C. Wick's naphtha launch learn of that wonderful land, our Loid'a .. .. -
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milar buildings. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any has been sold to Mr. S. R. Campbell, home on earth
who expects to put it In commission at
Travel down this way is Increasing job printing you need.] Rockledge. STEVENS BROS. & CO.
Ikpidly, and prospects are that we will -Miss Lena Gardner-one of Titusyule' c.-
we a busy season. More people are Prof. and Mrs. Chns. II. Herty have: popular young 1"lIes-ox\octlt, \ to ,
id to be on Lake Worth than ever be- Faustina. been making a week's stay at the {,;'J- i leave on the noon train to-do Jacksonville ,
>re at this time of year. quina. Prof. Herty has the chair: of i \ Oil A Visit to her friend, Miss
In the of Athens STEVENS POTTERY GA :
Holmes returned home chemistry University Lily Eacott. t rr.
Florida Moorehouse, said to be of Miss Mamie Ga., and has recently been married, I ><; :-; -; ,
ench descent, was fined $15 dollars from Cocoa last Thursday.Mr. and is taking a Florida wedding tour --- i I

ml costs, Saturday last, for dancing in Tom Robinson was calling\ on during the holiday recess of the university. Notice. MANUFACTURERS OF -
iken's colored bar-room. Aiken was friends IndianoU... this week. .
so fined $20 for allowing tho dancing.A 1 Is hornhy given that w", Lewis W, Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware, all
Jude Graham, of Virginia, la at the NOTICE and Mary J. fierce, IniHliiiiul amid 1

a glad large to( number see the ADVOCATE of our residents office would move Rooky Point house for the winter. The ) Jtih-nsnn) State wife uftIorldaIntendtoshyly, ruMlilhiK' in the county of to Dade tho )1I..r.In .the Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and I

> lade Editor The school started again, Monday, ahl"J. D. liroiiiiKi, JllilUB of tho 7th Jilillrl.ll and Border Tile. I
Think it and
county. over, marriage Circuit of tho State of KlnrMii. to loKnlhte tin Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe Tops, Tops .
alton; you will get lots of support, no with a good attendance.Mr. Referring to / of the J.> T. Adoption by UH of Clara Anilullla 1'urccll.
atter what & K. W. Railway's popular conductorMr. by buying close at Homo, and] from clover men. \
other newspaper man comes Wesley Joyner, of Titusville, wan Jan 10th, 181*). 4w. yy Snvo your money

iis way. friends at this place, Sunday. Wilbur King-the Boston Daily --
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Four thousand electric lights will\ Ultimate Miss\ Lethle Wigfleld, of HardoviUe, "The wedding says of Miss Clara F. Johnson Jupiter Weather Itcpurt. THE REASONS -
Hotel Royal Poinciana, and 2,000ill Sunday with Miss Rena Faber. daughter Mr.and Mrs II. 1'. Johnson !
be used at Palm Beach Inn. Brush spent of 2ti3! Franklin street, Melrose Highlands The following Is a comparative state You Should Buy a Yost Writing Machine : cIt -- ,
lid I arc lights will also be used, making Miss Alice Sanders, of Indianolft, was and Mr. Wilbur King, of Ocala: ment of temperature and rainfall for the
lira, Beach look like a fairies paradise.'hen visiting Miss Cora Brown, of City Point, Fla., ,took place last evening at the residence week ending Tuesday, Jan. 7, IMOii.
the pink paper termed Mr. Flagler last week. of the bride. It was one of the -1800!! -1803- has no Ribbon or Shift Key.

The Wizard of the East Coast," it was :MIsa\ Mary Capeltirt, who Is spendingthe prettiest weddings:: that has taken placein DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MIN. It ban Perfect anilPermanent i

ot far out winter here, Wall In'Titusville on Melrose for some time. The house 1 5!) 40( 111/ 40 Alignment.
Mr.: J. A. McDonald worked like a Monday. decorations were elaborate, and consisted 2 (II) 45: UA 47
rojan during our recent fire. He also and Bruce Nichols in addition to cut flowers, of potted 3 77 M! 7f'<' 81 I Durability, Strength, .
Ball
:Hassru. Geo. and ferns. The '
rought the best part of the hose used atfio Visited i Cocoa and Rookledge last Sun plants of holly married, palms under a canopy of 4 f 68 51) 7" Mft Ease of Operation, I
couple were
fire. The Citizen correspondent wan (13 41 07 5:1:< t
error when he stated there was no day.Mr. holly and laurel, and in the rear there U 67 48 75: 00 Convenience and Beauty

*ater In the tank on the night of the E. A. Frowsher! of West Palm was a large bank of greens.L. the 7 70 tJJ 76 friends here last J. Ualflley of Sanford. Fla., was
Ire. There was plenty water, but a Beach, was calling on best man. The maid of honor was Miss Total rainfall for the week: 0.28Inches. In no Other Typewriter. l
nek: of hose. We make this statement Friday.Mr. W. Johnson, a sister of the bride, Departure from normal rainfall for tIe
11 Justice to those in charge of the tank, and }or",. Chas. Nichols spent while Lydia Miss Eva Guild and Miss Bessie week: minus 0.3:1: inches Departure, -

midis h l lit.W8 hope the ADVOCATE will pub- Tuesday at Indlanola, visiting at the Hamlln. of East Boston, and Miss GraceStarbird from normal rainfall since January 1,,, JEJP: Send for Catalogue to

home of Hon. W. R. Sanders. of Boston, were the brldemaidx. minus 0.33 Inches.J. .
W. CIIO.NK, Observer FIELDER & MOWER
Messrs. Benjamin F. ,
Miss Clara Sanders, of Cocoa, who has The ushers were
[Remember the ADVOCATE, Titus- been visiting relatives here, returned Cram, of Salem: ; F. B. Wedlock and C. M. (J.n.r.l Southern "' ."at. I
ii le, does all kinds of job printing. Givers afternoon. Campbell, of East Boston. The bride '
home last Friday satin cut tralne New Livery YOST WRITING MACHINE. IealersInoffice Typewriter Supplies ,
a share of your work.] was gowned In white en Smyrna Impression -
went down to Klbbons, Letter File, Typewriter paper, J
Mrs. G. W. Holmes. and trimmed with lilies of the valleyat for all Machine Carbon paler,
Friday, to attend tne Aviianuiuomeeting .L..t..LCocoa the neck and waist, and she wore Book. Write us for price on what you need. \
MOWER
& ,
St. Lucie River. which was held there Friday diamonds. The ceremony took place at FIELDER Oft
afternoon. 7 o'clock and was performed Rev. -4Stable #4 No. 0 Wall Street, Kimball House. Atlanta

number of our resident* wentto Burke F. Leavitt pastor of the Highland .. _._ ._ u.H ___ .-
Quite a
Christmas and New Year 'passcd.If Titusville on Monday. Among themwe Congregational church, assisted by Itev.
Day and Mrs. W. II. Sharpe N. B. Jones, of Waltbam. Miss Ritta C. L. DOHN, Proprietor.. 1
very quietly down this way. noticed Capt. PRINTING OFFICE.
E. W. Hall. Cram, of East Boston played Wagner'/ JOB AT THIS
Fishing has been quite lively the last and Mr. march from "Ix>hengrln." At the conclusion -
eek or so around Sewall's Point. Mrs. Edward and family, accompaniedby of the ceremony a reception was ,
The Mr. Harry Mlddleby, went down to held from 8 to 10:30( : o'clock. Mr. and Hacks Meet All Trains. __ -- T-- ---- -
steamer St. Lucie, on her way Ohio with
in the sloop home
Cocoa last week Mrs. King then left for their future
'Vaveland rom Titiuvllle on Monday to Port morning.Tampa, passed Mr. Sam Holmes.Mr. In Sanford, Fla." Passengers and baggage transferred l to nesPlanters: !

: J. W. Ballantine'-went to Eden, all part of the city, and Coronado
Probably we will have oar county road Tuesday, to attend the Pineapple Grower Notice of dissolution.The Beach. Call on me before perfecting
leaned out by next Xma Who knowsut
Association. Mr. B. own a large arrangement

b The that it might be done'before. farm* at the above place. firm of Graham Jc Walton ha NEW SMVKXA, FLORIDA.lasztec'L.d =:'..6.EE: NOTICE' : 11

truck farmers are now commencn :- "candy poll" at Mr. and been dissolved this day by mutual consent -
to ship quite a lot of beans, and In a Mrs.There Geo.was Hall'a ] last week. Among Charles II. Walton having purchased Man I have control of a Choice Lot of
weeks thy will 'be "Wpping toma- from adjoining towns were: all the Interest of Walter 8. Graham % : '
toe.. those MUse present Alice and Beatrice Sanders andMessrs. In said firm. Any debts due by ID every section at ones to cell staple Smooth Cayenne Pineapple* Suckers]

Waveband public school opened on Waller and Sanders of Indlan- said firm will be paid upon demand by good to dealer*; no peddling; experience
ef Harde- II. Walton, who will also collect and unnecessary; ; belt side line. '1 .OO amonth. 80,000. Special price on large orders. I
oOday, sail all scholars. were glad ola, aDd Miss Lethie Wigfleld, C. FOR SALE by the 100,1.000,10,000()I or
J lee their teacher-Miss Singletonback TiUe. receipt for all bills or accounts duo said Salary and expenses* or large I guarantee them to be true to name, tint-das plant and In rood order.
with :2 cent
: commission made. Address, calling on or correspondingwith
at her post firm. Signed Those contemplating planting can save money by
the WALTER S. GBAH&K. stamp for sealed particulars, Clifton Soap ;
We have been'barring some rather cold -Sheriff Bowman ha been on U. WALTOT.Tltnsvllle : and Manufacturing Company ClaciBaatl me before purchasing.
CHAS.
1 WRIGHT Orlando Fla.INDIAN > ;
ers4 day, but now GEO. II. :I ,
eBtber for s*
lately, but we are glad to say sick list Fla., Dec. 0, 18U1S. Ohio. '
DOthlllg la hurt. The weather turned; much better. }








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ALEX NEAR. ERNEST' TAYLOR 1T.. for the Fountain. '
CURED AT 73 YEARS.Dr. SCOTT'S
Successfulgrowers
NEAR & TAYLOR He was leaning against a buildingand
Miles' New Heart Cure Victorious. gazing at a drinking fountain for
No other medicine can show such record. Successors to John McAllister.) horses. CARBO-DIGESTIYE $

age Her with 1* a*troni veritable(prejudice patriarch.to overcome 73 years, who of Artesian Well Contractors "It is very creditable to have all of fruits, berrlf

bad Heart Dimue u vear. He took the New these fonutuius for horses," bo said kinds
and all of
Heart Oure and Is now Bound and welL COMPOUND vegetablf
thoughtfully, "I'tnt""But -
EAU GALLIE FL.A.
what" asked the policeman. know that the largest yields

HOTELS IN NEW YORK. "What good will they be when we best quality are producedthe

& GODFREY all use motocycles; ?" Positively the one Remedy for liberal
HODGES use of
Luxurious Standard That Hurt the BnalD looked at him fertiliz
The eoorn- ,
policeman
.... of Summer --..... the Treatment of at least
I fully. containing 10% of
q "The biggest socialistic experiment. Manufacturers of You're behind the times," he said NERVOUS EXHAUSTION.

; .. in the world are going on right here in at last"Why Simple and Aggravated forma of Actual

'., New York" said a hotel man. "Take Yellow Pine Lumber ?" asked the man wbowa leaning Potash
DYSPEPSIA AND
,
j' that concern there." nodding at a huge against the building.

: hotel up town. "Neither the phalanstery BOUGH" DRESSED, "They'll use 'em for storage tanks PALPITATION OF TIlE HEART. Without the liberal use of P<<

i at Guise nor any other socialistic 7 Orange Box Head, for gasoline, of course. "Chicago Poet. ash on sandy soils, it is imp

I L community compares with it, and it ia Fruit Vegetable Crate. A Conundrum. Does your food sour after eating ? Are sible to fruits berries

,' only' one of a dozen or a score, big and Lumber delivered. at any part of Indian Riveron you easily confused and excited ? Do grow a
little, in this city. The members) or through bill of lading. Anyone oontemnlatInir : !: -____ you get up in the morning thed< and uo- vegetables of a quality that
: well __
building on the Kant Coast would do to ; refreshed, and with a bad taste In the
guests, aa you may choose to call them, write for price*. The Sawmill, ill situated on the ,1 V mouth ?. command the best prices.

I put their money into a common fund, J.,T.&; K. W.Hy.,S mile south of Falatka. Is there a doll cloudy sensation, at- Our pamphlets are not advertuinf clrculin

I-r and they live in style and comfort that Satsuma Hfffhts,Putnam co..Fla. tended by disagreeable feelings in the lug log latest tpclal rexuchai fertiUnra. ,on but the are subject practical of hrtUimio roil t,,

. 'j: would cost them easily two or three IJ head and eyes ? are nally helpful to Carmen. Tbey... lent &.
:,. I I timen aa much if they didn't have co !r'II1i v Are you irritable and restless P the adtiog.!

f I I operation. They are in fireproof building W H, GLEASON & CO, 'WW I Does your heart thump and cause you GERMAN BjNaauuSt.Ncw'y KALI WORKS ,

I 1 heated with steam and lighted by _ to gasp for breath after climbing a flight
SAMUBT. O. Brow.
1 electricity ; the fittings and plumbing 0...... Lake. Mich., Dec. 28 189*. ATTOIINEYS IN !LAND CASES. of Does stairs it P distress you to lie on] theleft]| The Largest and Most
\ ''j are>the finest that a millionaire could have been troubled with heart disease :IS Co:

1. I get;; they have private telephones in bad rears It or was more.not Bloat safe of for the me to time(to: out 1 wae alone.a ao. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED side PHave you Impaired memory, dimnessof plete Establishment South,,

their rooms and trained servants are at dlcsy spell. would cause falling. I bad PERFECTED. vision, depression of mind and gloomy
AND
I hand and night. How of them severe palpitation, hortaeas.of breath andsudden
; day many forebodings P
pains that rendered me belpleu. All GEO. S HACKER & SiManufacturers
I could afford snob things in a private physicians did for me was to advise keeping These symptoms mean that you aro ,
I '1 bonne? That's what socialism will do. inlet. Ia August last I commenced taking ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RESURVEYS / suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

r f' ', "Does it pay? Well, rather. A hotel Dr. Miles' New Heart Cure, OBTAINED. Exhaustion. :
!,II, in New York Is either a gold mine or a and before I bad finished the flrst bottle I There is no other remedy extant that I
bottomless to into. It is found tbe medicine was a God-send. I have Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption has done so much for this class of trot:
pit drop
money now" used tour bottle to all and am feelingentirely and Perfected. bles
1 generally the former if it Is a first clues well lam 73 years of age and baveleld Entries Corrected asScott's
a grudge against patent medicine all Claims adjusted before the Department
hotel with plenty of capital back of it.
my Ufa but I will not allow this to prevenagiving at Washington. Carbo-Digestive
Otherwise men wouldn't be so eager to my testimony to the great cure your solicited. ,dj
valuable Correspondence 'Ere. sonny, where's yer money? "
remedy baa wrought In -
inveht millions in hotel
property. One this to how my appreciation! of liido "Oh, I-I'll give it np 1 I"-Pick Me Compound.
firm is reputed to have divided $1 OOOO New Heart 0mm,.. SAMUEL O. EAU GALLIE, FLA.

the first year. The wife of the manager ruarantee Dr. Mile that Heart the Cure Brat la bottle sold on wlu a DOe1tlYe benefit.Ul Up. If your case baa resisted the usual

; of another hotel ia famous even in New d rngglaM sell U at M. t bottle (or M.or Pineapple Orange and Lemon May and December. methods of treatment we are particularly

( 4' York for her diamonds. The number of It will Ij eelt : Jla.la. PII.. Ip' 01 pP1ce "One of the funniest things in my anxious to have you give this Compounda
br; ,be VI: t.. JiIe4kaI co.. &lItIIar1" JoeL Land For Sale Cheap. trial.
hotels not particularly well known that R experience: ," said a conductor on a

, : bring their owners from f$OQQQ ((9 Dr. Miles' Heart Cure ::=... I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland Hnntington avenue car, "happened the will We cheerfully guarantee refund relief your in every money caseand should

. 100,000 a year Is surprising, if half on St. Lucle river, a few miles below other day when an old gentleman who our remedy fail to produce the most of
1 tbe stories told are true. These are hotels Eden 40 of which being northeast goes down town with me often, thoughnot gratifying results.

/. I that do a transient trade. The place What u. Is. quarter of northeast quarter of section every day, fell into his common Please remember that the appellation Doors Sash Blind

t across the way expects to have 000 or A little girl in Boston wrote a composition 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; habit of talking aloud to himself. The Patent Medicine does not apply toSCOTTS ,

,'f ii GOO guests' living there the year round on boys. Here it is: the; other 40 Is the northeast of section quarter 3 old man got on the car-well, I won't CARBO-DIGESTIVE
,
4 and paying something like f 1,000 a "The boy Is not an animal, yet they; of township southeast 38 south quarter of range 41 east. tell where, but way out-and was bolding I, COMPOUND.It Moulding and Building Material,

:' year apiece. Some pay a good deal ian be beard to a considerable distance. be for $10 a letter in his hand. He sat down is a prescription put up by a leading

( more. All the proprietor has to do ia When a boy hollers, he opens his big The above It land is suitable can bought for pineapple, next the door, and when I took his fare, physician who has made stomach anti Office and Warerooms King, typo

;; to take in the money and keep his guests ,mouth like frogs, but girls bold their per acre.lemon or lime growing.Will I couldn't help seeing that the letter nervous troubles a specialty for years. Cannon Street,
. from kicking. That's where the brains tongue; till they are spoke to, and then range, for was addressed to a lady. There were We court investigation and earnestly
be sold In lots of 40 acres,
aorne in in the hotel business-keeping they answer respectable and tell just will be worth $50 only two or three passengers, and one urge all physicians to write us for the
cash. This land soon Charleston S. C
your guests from kicking. Why do some how it was. A boy thinks himself olev- of them was. well dressed young man formula. of Scott's Carbo-Dlgestive Com ,

; hotel kecpera fail? Well, one reason is er because be can wade where it Is deep per I1.Cl'e.Apply. to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE who sat opposite the old fellow. We pound that, which we will mail themselves on applica.tion of
they satisfy
I I. that some of them make so much money but> God made the dry laud for every office; or to Robbins & Graham, Titus- were bowling along when I heard the its harmless character may and excellent Sash Weights Cord \
" that they want to be Astora or Vander. living thing and rested on the seventh ville -tf old man say to himself, but plainly virtues.SCOTT'S. ,

, bUt right away and so listen to day. When the boy grows up, he is called enough for the young man and me to

: \,' 4 schemes their guehta have to propose. a husband), and then he stops wading Among the laces that are in greatest bear, 'Well, I don't know whether I'd CARBO-DIGESTIVE COMPOUNDIs Hardware,

i ?I I % It takes brains to salt! money away aa and stays out nights, but the grew up favor this season are point de veniso, better send it; or not.'
well to make it. is widow and bouse. "The fellow looked but the most remarkable remedy that
, I as girl a keeps de milan young up, Window and Fancy Ola:
chantilly ,
point science has It has succeeded
I ,
pioduced. !
I "Thcie in one thing about these socialistic moresque saw the old man wasn't talking to him,
whole all other medicines !have failed.
: .1 hotels hero in New York that A Talented. Agent. jrodorle anglalse, Valenciennes, point BO he kept still A SPECIALTY.
Sold by druggists everywhere, $1.00
". outside hotel keepers don't like. That Homeseeker-Seems to me this house d'liHndes, many new and dainty; designs 'She'll accept I believe,' the old per bottle. Sent to any address in

old joke nbuut New York being the lID't very well built. The floor shakes In oriental lace and insertions, bourdon man went on, still talking to himself, America on receipt of price.Don't .

"'. finest summer resort III the laud is grim when we walk.AgentUmye.s. and point de purls. 'but I don't know as I'd better! ask it. forget that we cheerfully refund

; 'j I earnest for them. New: Yorkers who ; that's the new To be sure, there ain't any reason whyI rout' money if results are not satisfac- ii-' ;

; : own places in the country are staying kind of spring floor, for dancing ;yon Ointments for Catarrh shouldn't. There ain't anybody dependent tory. Order direct if your druggist does
I I at them longer anti Ion, /nor euch year, mow. Beware of on me, and I've got money not have It.Address .

',; : but the Heujiuii at buuiiuer hotels is "And these stairs creak terribly. that Contain Mercury enough for two. She's 20 years ;youn. all orders to

; growing bhoiter Dud blunter. I knowi "Y.ewe; furnish thin new patent ger'n I am, to be sure, but I think: the
CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO.
I : one place I that could reckon confidently burglar alarm stairway without extra girl really loves me'- Poor

. upon u scuticu of thrro months. Lust charge.New York Weekly. "The ;young fellow, who had been
it As will surely destroy the Topeka Kas.
summer its season UM not more than mercury the taking it all in, couldn't stand it any
senso of smell and completely derange Or For Sale by
t 1 )074 we ks. People used to be crazy to Everything. Wide Opeo.I whole system when entering it throughthe longer. He got up and started to leave

I 1 get into the country and pony to cow I "Had.a wide open time at de game mucous surfaces. Such articles the car, but just as be stood in the door Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusville

I, I back to the city. Now you'll find that 101' cbcnln.) should never be used except on prescriptions he turned around and patted the old Healthmeans

f j husbands nud fathers have to coux their,! "Sho I" from reputable physicians as the man on the shoulder and eaidt! "The. Bridge". Born of Sorrow.

, I families to !go away at all, lull they 'Deed we did. Sam Johnsing opened damage they will do is ten fold to the 'That's all right, old fellow. If the In writing of an evening with Long

t' I can't keep them away after the first de pot vviv a pall ob eights, Ebenezer good you can possibly derive from them.hail's gill loves you, send the letter. Bet your fellow and "How He Came to Write so much more than

. : cold spell gives them an excune: 'to come Funeborry opened dat big iiiouf ob his : Catarrh Cure Toledo, manufactured O.; containsno byF. life ;you'll never regret it.' His Best Known Poems" Bezeklah But. imagine-serious and

I. back. I don't suppose that people like to; kick, an Petah Jackson opened Eben- I J. Cheney, &and Co.,Is taken, Internally, "Then he swung off the car, and the terwortn in Ladies' Home Journal says i you from
fatal result
I the country any less than they ever did ; ezerwiv a razzer."Indiauapolia Jour acting mercury directly upon the blood and mu- old man looked up, mad as a wet ben. "My poem entitled 'The Bridge,' said diseases

but the country hotels can't keep up) nal. _ _ coils surfaces of tho system. In buying But be went down to the Tremont Longfellow in effect, "was written in trifling ailments neglected.

to the standard that peoplo have been At the Grand Reatannrat.. Hall's catarrh Cure be sure you get the House, and I'll bet money he went sorrow, which made me feel for the Don't play with Nature's
.. taught to expect here, mid people won't genuine. It Is taken internally, and is straight to the postoffice."Boston Her loneliness of others. I waa a widowerat
put up with the deprivations and din- Waiter-How will ;you have ;your made in Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney ald. the time, and I used sometimes to go greatest gift-health.

., comforts they have to suffer III the coun darns-on the halt bell? A Co. Testimonials free.Ir' over the bridge to Boston to If leellnf
evenings are
Westerner-No, sirce. I've got money 75. But So Very. Fait. you ;
try. So the luxury of living in New -Sold by druggists, price per I meet friends and to return near mid. out of sorts wwl,

York in killing the summer hotel b\1 -I. enough:( to be as swell as the next: : jotilo. Customer-See here. You said that night by the same way. The way was Brown'sIron and hsnsted Rrnerally", nervow,

ness, and New York l ia getting to be n man. Give 'em to me on the whole horse ;you sold me was fast. silent, save here and there a belated have no pp"i'1'
I resort shell or uothiu, by gum I-New York Evening silks having exquisitely tinted Dealer-No, I didn't. and can't pork< ,
greater summer every ;year.- The .
footstep. sea rose or fell among the begin 5t0nceik'
New York Sun. World. _ pompadour bouquets on a cream, ivory, "You said your man drove the horse wooden piers, and there was a great Ing the moil tell
;' I white light-colored ground aie to Lawnville, 20 miles, and went ble strcngtheni"
you I
',I Mean. Way of Putting It. or very furnace on the Brighton hills whose red medicine whiCh"
Three. Young Ladle. of Od..... this Gowns by train, and the horse got there before ,Iron Bnters. '
season. Brown's
'" Ethel-I believe firmly in having out exceedingly popular light was reflected by the waves. It was boI'
.
few
i'I There ore in Odessa the present! one'a "bounty sleop. made of these fabrics are trimmed with you did. on such a late solitary walk that tho ties curetst5It A
time three Russian l ladies of "Yes, but I didn't start till next :
E" .j. great tv
( : young de venlse lace.. spirit of the come from
Mabel-Poor girl, how you must suffer satin ribbon and point poem came upon me. The Bitters dott-
wealth, who are engaged in the useful day. -New York Weekly.A very first
r from insomnia I Chicago Record.All bridge baa been greatly altered, but the _'I jtai;* P"dlt.
k calling of selling coal, washing linen place of it ia the same." and 11'1
I and serving In a farm, and the charbon- There.. All drugtfUU. null Dr. Mllou1 Pain Pills.Tho Blunderer.. _ _ pleasant. to tab

'J \ niere, the washerwoman and the farm. twine or putty colored grass linen Synnex-What's the matter with yon?

.,., \ servant have received and divided among fabrics are far more fashionable than bo- What you sputtering about? Notice of Attachment. It Cures
them during the last few weeks 80!) of Chumpleigh-Doogles called me a -

,; t fers of marriage. They have been called coming. fool In the County Court of the State of Dyspepsia, Kidney and Live"
.' Cinderellas of Odessa because their Oh I wouldn't mind that Neuralgia Troubles,
the Synnex; ; Florida, in and for Brevard County:
'. strange falfc found them out in that Catarrh Is a constltulonal disease and he never did have any tact.-Boston Clemens Lowing, Constipation Bad Blood
"" few have cannot be cured by local applications. Plaintiff,, 1 1I Malarta !
town. "I think that very Transcript. Nervous ailment'
1 Hoods burs xpai'Ilia Ii a constitutional _ _ VS. } Attachment.
sighed, when fate at last has found remedy; It cures catarrh because it purifies Emanuel Jose I, I Women's complaints.
Mark of BU Pride.Conductor
[ them," writes Praed, and though these the blood. Defendant.TO Get only the genuine ball crossed f*
ladies have some cause to sigh their -Did;yon see the man with Emanuel. Jose, defendant. In above entitled UM on the wrapper. All others are'Ur
the kid suit and all other. person Interested: titttc. On receipt of two ic. tamp*'
trouble ii a pawing one. Hood's Pills purely vegetable and' WUfI41Fall.
; .. are are hereby notified that a Writ of At will.send set of TeD BuUfal
A wealthy Russian bad lately died at ,Hi do no purge, pain or gilpe. :Sold by all Grtpman-No. YOU & has been issued. agalniit you andvour View and book-free.
,I Odessa and left them a fortune of many druggists. Conductor-He'* the proudest fatherI property attached. to satisfy the d.. BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORE. MOvrPrafit
mend of Clemens .
,, million rubles, but on the condition PI' ever struck-insisted on paying full dollars and forty-live Lenslng amounting cents. Now' to,eighty.one unless
,. that each and all should take their turn .. Emerald green spangles on black silk fare for 6-moutba-old boy I-Chicago you shall appear before the court In Mid suit
.
; mil plead or demur to the declaration filed
I I at 15 monthl' servile labor in the conditions jetted net, draped over golden green Record._ herein. at the Clerk's. office In Tltusvllle, said
already specified "to the end : I county and State,on the Rule. Day In February. ,
formed waist made Paying
satin a very striking A. ...
I D. litUf
Getting Let&. being the 3rd day of known the life of the
that
having poor fashion fault will be entered In
In blouse with immense Queen I against yon due course
; they may rightly embrace the life of ""' /-z-." She-I wish yon wouldn't smoke that and application will be made. to the. court for it
k also of the net covered Stop
sleeves
Anne final Judgment,and will be
your property sold
t ,, the rich. They may, if they think "Who are all these?" asked the ,i.. oigarette in my presence. to pay the. debt.
well afterward form a league of heir. satin. There was a spangled collar and He-Then I'll throw it away. Dated this Seth day of October. A.D. 1806. Get Great .Od1
our CatalocM
I I esses who shall follow the same course itor."Oh I That album" sold the languid girdle. _ "Oh, I didn't mean that."-Life.. A. A. STEWART, .. Ould Well send it I fOl

I I to mstrlouaite aa millionaire. An ;young man. "That ia a collection of C.T.Robbins McCarty nnham Clerk. County Court. cents: In stamp to pay part ?*
I I feature is the noble self renunciation Walton's Rapid Calking Machine, [Seal.!
amusing photograph. of the only girls I. Att'ys for 1'laintlnT.. novlfeh3YcenfcTacmsnd W expressage. TheJoo'
I of the 803 suitors, who one loved"Collier's Weekly. '5.00, 10.00, and *15.00 each. In us. A Gold KsMMker. TOO Pacts,laooo: illustration *
I and all agree to over look the 15 mouths' by many of the principal boatbuildersIn James Payne, in ,The Independent descriptions, everything that Pin '
hard labor in consideration of the suuiiy the North. :See pamphlets and testimonials Rays that at Ottford in Kent, there Will Sotatlflo ABtrteaB. life;tells you what you Out
ODDS AND ENDS. formerly a palace of the of whether of us o*
years which they the heiresses, will archbishops pay you boy
Canterbury in which Wolsey ia 'said to One profit from maker user.MONTOOMERY <<
enjoy and share ever after. "Your experience -
Silk brocades first used in the
i i ," writes one, "will be invaluable dress of were I. The great fashion for white alpaca bave held his court. "It was bat small WARD ft cOdes
I to me. You will not only be uiy men. abroad is bringing it Into considerable place and II now a farmhouse, piotnresqne *
:' t ..the Mall Order Met
partner, but my charge d'affaires. A Spanish paper in the Pyrenees regularly favor on this aide the water enough, but exhibiting no special 111-116 Allchicaa Ave.. Cri "

: Pall Mall Gaaette.J : suspends publication in hot Silk muslin frills edged with narrow signs of prosperity. The other day, however -
J weather. this little incident happened: Th.
Eighty-four members of the London lace and crimped or accordion plaitedare farmer sent for a to do .
: Carl A. Haswin will next: season give carpenter some e..ADa MUICa,
and, effective for
aa elaborate production of "A Lion's Stock Exchange: have died within the delicate garnitures odd job alERt the house, and among I ....0. PAT"-ra. I

Heart," by Arthur Shirley and BenJa. past seven or eight yean worth, one summer dancing toilets. other things to mend the knocker. The ......IDHT.. HUTDS3H1NI.NVld
fir wWt ... .....
min Landeok now running at the Princess with another, no leas than 95,685 on man took it off and said, after a close .UJiMeo_ M* **aawav.Handbook Haw Toac.* 1533318 .
aa \TID-se'n'ral: trustworthy gentlemen examination of it 'Do know OUat (MrwTror *M.tn.aaiiata m AaMrtaa.
average.The what
\ theater, London. you ..
awr *m akmoa ItF Ie arousal beta Miudns sniwMJdAiSW3H3SSYytS
.' commission appointed to study or ladle to travel in Florida forestablished this knocker I. made of?' 'WhI ,.. brass, to*paCua by a attic*glvea fnw of.....*..ta* -
Sarah Bernbardt will \
open at Abbe, ,reliable house. Salary $780 3S
leprosy in India baa reported that the suppose. 'No, it ia pure gold.' And S1W3IS1I.IN.U
New J'delfific
theater. York on Jan. 90. She and expense Steady position. EncloM a-den
't' will be seen in a new play entitled "La disease instead of spreading ia on the reference and self-addressed, it was. Think of the years that that

l Dnchesse Catherine," which h.. not decrease. This will be weloom news to tamped envelope. The Dominion rich prise baa hung at the mercy of every wurl4.tamse.Ia 5pte.4ldli,..e Ulesesesd._ .'t..ane'$..l&Ii'UhtnS.,ta"

yet been produced in Paris. the people of that country. Company third floor, Omaha liulld-! tramp I" ma. mceal b. wfaess It. W1513' 3.Ss nni Awu 1/1*,! .111*
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[ARDY, NOVELIST. ElOTEJLS.: THE FLORIDA HOTEL MELBOURNE !

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JRT SKETCH OFA SUCCESSFUL MAN ,

OF LITERATURE. East Coast Hotel SystemC. MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA.

I AbandonedAehlteot'r I j Open all the year round Good FishIng -
0C .For Story I Hunting and Yachting. Rates,
tlDf-Tbe Greenwood Incident Show B. KNOTT, General Superintendent. I2JO: and upwards.

.1 t There I* Sometime Something IBInch i p r1 Rnw Proprietress, MHS. C. J. IfECTon. 'I
uijW vit Alcazar 'II
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a. sti ,t.. a e.a I
has been said and written about ST. AUGUSTINE. PALMETTO HOTEL t
Hardy's work, but very little Jos. P. (IItEA VEil, Manager./ ,, rDnytonu
nas Open November first to first. :
May
known, of the li
is generally man '
ed Florida.The
S.OO and upward per day .
self. An obvious reason is the novo .
Casino
dislike of personalities, hluhrink- Leading! Hotel. Uonutlfully dtnntcd. '
i'g
.
It In homo-liko.
from public cariosity, and the sim- ST. AUGUSTINE.A. Modern! Table excellent I u; ,
almost mediaeval-tone oire M. TAYI.OU, Supe1' Dtent1ent. 'r conveniences New military
serene- plumbing. Prompt and
Swimming Pool, pollto service.
that dominates him. Russian ami Turkish Baths. *,f: Popular rates Under management of \
he proposed to fol- HOTEL< '
a a young man .ROY AI. OIXCIANA, LEON DESPLAND -
Ponce De Leon .
architecture as a profession and r
Formerly of tho
Fountain ,
City hotel
lied with diligenoe. He went into PALM BEACH, LAKE :WORTH. ST. AUGUSTINE. I Honsous '0:1: to "J5.CITY) .
[office of the well known architect Gu.i.is A MUKTIAv, Managers. ,
[ Arthur Blomfleld, A. R. A., in OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to April
don. While equipping himself for $:r>.00 and upward per day. HOTEL \

.future career, lie used his spare molts HENUY 'V, MEUUILL Manager Cordova,

in writing a novel that he called ST. AUGUSTINE AND -
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sperate Remedies. This book, aft ------ Rooms only. Open during February and March.

jovernl refusals, at last found a puber The Ormond .....RESTAURANTEUROPEAN ..... .
but it did Hardy no more good ,
\\ harm. Meantime, following his OnMOND-ON-TIlE-lIALIFAX. : I'LAN,1
itectural work, be carried out his ANDKKSON PJIICK, Managers. GEO. H.
MATTHEWS, Prop'r.ItALCOM .
Di'combor
commission-naturally a modest Open to April.
$1.00 and upward per day. i tj
as young architects are not usually 1U.OCK.DAYTON .
nsted with cathedrals. Although his s.I Royal Poinciana J i
A
den effort in letters had met with PALM 13I .tCH. FLORIDA. ., .
Iparative failure, his zeal was un I 1i1P II. ,V. JlKKim.r., Manager. .
ited, for he immediately wrote "Un- Open January to April. "I
I the Greenwood Tree." $:VOO and upward 1 per
It the time this book appeared Fredk 14 Palm Beach Inn
Greenwood, now the distinguifih- 1"1I" GREAT OIUKCTIVE: POINT !
tndent of European policies, edited KiiKi STKIWV, Manager/ IIoinoHeoki-rs. When you taut :,!
Open December to May. tlll'I'O' Stop at T
Corobill Magazine. 'It is a habit #...00 and upward per day. -_ '; !f11

owl"Mr.about Greenwood old bookstalls.occasionally Looking to Palm Beach Casino The Lemon City Hotel '

a basketful of cheap books all .1<;. N. WATSON, Superintendent.Salt )
own together, he chanced to light Watur Swimming< Pool, "" i ii i i ", .
"Under the Greenwood Tree." Surf liathtng, At Lemon
n the terminus of the L '
the sake of its name he picked it Fishing from Ocean Pier. Hack Lino, CltYt JlUonyno Bay Airy ,, '

paying a few pence for it. The able' THE HOTEL ORMOND, ----- - ---- riioiiiH, cninfortnblo boils, good table,
jtor saw at a glance that there was ORMOND-ON-TIIK-nill.IPAX. forms leiiHoualilo. ,
lias in that neglected and discorded Accommodation for 300 guests. Rates, $5 per day and upwards. NAI e>::E>>.E1'V. v' trr Good Hulling anti hunting In the [.T. "

}k, and, finding oat Hardy, tl].,n in Open from December until April 2.:;tn. neighborhood> .
thirty-first year,J* commissioned I>. CONNOLLY, Prop
ANDERSON A THICK Managers.Lelaud's r
i to.write a novel for The CoruhilL New Rock-ledge Hotel Lemon City, Dado Co., Fla.
---- I
vaa then that Hardy, forced by cir- .
stances as well as impelled by his'' f:

i for letters, abandoned architecture, JACKSONVILLE ONLY 'jkj
Windsor Hotel FIRE PROOF HOTEL
throwing himself into his workh .ON INDIAN
...... RIVER....... OTEL, GENEVA ,"
of
perfect singleness purpose, wrote cos roasyv\ tree ensq 1rf.
tax From the Madding Crowd," a The Leading Hotel of Jacksonville Florida I 11 COI'I'LTU III Ie", nosuty
)k that now stands with a few others Rocl :led 'e, Florida.H : f I I ,.OVEl\/'IT'IAT.1,, ere cvt
ng the lasting literature achievets 111th tvsyflcoqGA1At.ffTnIt ,j

of this century. E. BEMIS, l\I'g'r, Mohonk: Lake: N. Y. it- LIGIiT''A'jE"Gf tpr01U.. ]11 P r/Wiy.ni Eltl/jlfO'/\ "n
hough he is neither listless nor Ian AR TI3TICALLY&ELEGANTLY ,FURNISHED '

ftl, Hardy's appearance Is that of a ,'I,
i who has lately recovered from an A cozy winter residence, liomo-llko comforts, excellent table, northern help 1'11'.1.' Kontiirrn of llntt.1 O.n..v.. tgiuico E1o- '

esa His cheeks are slightly sunken Orange grove in full bearing owned by the Itotol. Hunting and finning comfort, and absolute cleanllnoim. $v
b his skin is sallow, speaking of sed- unllurpasset1. Moderate rates. Special rates to Flor- f

ary labors, the midnight lamp anda a. Prices moderate. Ida East Coast "'.''d...... )

constitution that could not support IIr! Send Illustrated circulars. H. P. SHARES
i sustained strain of an arduous task. .
; his tell another tale and Proprietor> New U..v...., Conn.
eyes pos- FOR NADO. RF'BATHING THE TEAR ROUND t
9 that phosphorescent light that indies 1119 --- -
energy. The solution of these oon-
iictory marks must be that he i is
tally as robust as lie is physically Hotel Indian River.! 1 Jfg1SI1Al1P
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icate, or it may be that the strong # # rN'lllY.b.,
td has sometimes to struggle against fie.-'I 'MYRNA.rLA t\

i drooping of the body. .... ZOMiESDrBEACHrDRAPLAYWUNDI! tOpp 1
ardy is neither tall
nor commanding
|stature. His manner is free from -x- The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. Hifrl"l F>iiiliir... at roronmlo Moderate ,

oneness, showiness or excessive I rateM, solid comfort, no ostentation,
vement; indeed, a tranquil, thought- WARREN F. LELAND, Proprietor. (food lulling, !good cooking. ;'
I spirit is characteristic of him, andre
is nothing in his presence that is

ong enough to intimate the quality Will Open Jan. 15th.
IiI mind. The most that can be said v HOTEL: I>S NIL ST, AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA
hat his face is exceedingly keen ander.
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His bronzed hair, now tingedh .4.NX) Oc-..xrAGEJS"S.A.n.N'c ::
and It Is situated In a Park of beautiful flowers, Tropical plants and trees
gray brushed back, is beooml and COLUMBIA HOTEL '
thin. His slender mustache adds >" Xn.d1.an.: : n..1."'Vcr" :lP1 rl.d..Q.: fronting on tho Famous Indian Kiver. Tho Hotel I la supplied with all modern ;

lut to his finely modeled features. Al- Located on the Eau Oallle River, overlooking tbe Indian River and on the main line of tho i conveniences; passenger elevator, steam heat, electric lights, eta, and Ute table Centrally Located St.
ugh spars in type, his shoulders are Florida Fast" Gout R'y. HiRh cIw.. accommodation for irnestg| perfect ilralnate, park and liBll will be kept up equal to that of any hotel In Florida. A flno orchestra has boon on George I
ud and give him the of track for riding, driving amt cycling lawn tennis court,shooting range, l b.oatl for rowing and sailIng Street
appearance ,stabling for homes: hot and sulphur baths,etc. Post, telegraph and express) nfllce Inho engaged for the season.
Qg larger than he is when be is seen t hotel,which ia within easy distance of the Atlantic ocean, whore surf bathing may be In- Overlooking Old 1 Fort Marion and Park :
ing down. dulled In. Bate I i '2,110 to'3 80 per dos). Furnished cottages, with every pi>Hsll>la convenience, .. / :
and a full view of the Ocean and
c containing Band 7 rooW8,/12aeand116.eeperweek. Addresai O.T.VEIiH1CK1Maeg'r' RATES$3.OO
&s is the case with many English Nuriio, jriorldn. $3.5O and 84.OO por day, according rolling breaker from the piazza
iters, Hardy lives In the country and
is to London to location of room. Special rates by tho
once for a
every year
f weeks to brush away the cobwebs wool: W M, TEAHEN, Proprietor.I j

contact with men who keep the rust .
Hote1..rRockledge _..
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m their steel and the tarnish from 1 1of
ir silver. Hardy's quiet home is not Mlol.t.re' P.,.. I Now Open for the H:..on.-..........=.. Gas, Electric Bell and perfect system
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away from the pretty little town of Why do not country Christian people I Sanitary Sewerage. 'PI"1'
rchester, In Dorsetshire, his native give at least a decent support to their I ,y Fort Pierce Hotel *
nty. minister? That solemn] problem recurs ,

his horn Is entirely tbe work of bis Florida. every now and again. The city minister HOTEL 1
I' Near
Indian Rivor COQUINA c *
n hands. Every room, window and receive more than he is worth, is pet- Inlot

'; every alcove, cupboard and door- ted, caressed, fondled and sent to Europe I
ON INDIAN RIV.wXt. Expressly finished and furnished for
7 is designed to suit his own and his whenever he has the toothache or ;
e's fancy. The house stands on a mumps and gets to feel that he is an home comfort Modern convenience

all piece of land and is surrounded idol to be worshipped. The country FISHING AND HUNTING Vii.urp.....!. -+# ORMOND.BY.THE.SEA, +-

[a few acres of garden and lawn. The <> minister starves to death on no salary Guide furnished. Beet table water la
nner in which the land came into ..._.... .:E1'V.Large at all and gets to look as though he had the State. FLORIDA. ;
i possession is interesting. been shot through a knothole. It is to :
Je sit;* TYMCB, I and
The be hoped he will have a good time in I Proprietor
particular piece of ground he VHAHK M. TYLER, | Manager
nted Was part of a large tract belong-] Airy Rooms Fine View of Indian River; heaven, for he has anything but a good l
Formerly of New SURF BATHING
Haven Ct. AID DRIVING Art e
to a land company of which the Every Modern Convenience. time here. One of these poor creatures,
ace of Wales was president Though not 100 mifes from New York, was so Specialties at Ormond, ; I
* Sailing rowing, Fishing Hunting
>prince did not know Hardy perion- wretchedly off that his parishioners got; Too PcnouL"Knickerbockers
y, he greatly admired his work. On Riding and Driving. up an entertainment as a benefit for ?" she said. "WhyDOtP f For Circular, address,

occasion the directors of the 'Jand him. They were very careful to extract I bare a perfect right."
pany met, the prince presiding, and S. H. 'PECKProprietor.: from the mm total every expense to "And the left?" one asked her beet( SEISER & Y1N1NG, Managers, ..
>en the report wa read Mr.,Hardy'. which they bad been put, and when the tatingly. But she preserved .a dignified
Plication net mm was handed to him It amounted ORMOND BY THE SEA
for a few acre of the oomny silence, deeming the question In the nature
's land was alluded to, but merely O. H. VOSS. to :just 'I.'79'' Think of that, ye small of a personality. Indianapolis a

dentally, with the remark that it coaled folk who want the gospel of Journal
_
"Id] of course, have to be declined. I1 TRIAN' RIVER =OTEI. brotherly love preached to yon and think HOTEL
"8 prince hid: "What Hardy 1* it? to cheat the Lord by putting.a plugged One Lock. = CARLETON,
't the author" "Ye- Thomas Har- copper into the contribution boL-New "I hear your husband has been out
," was the York Herald shooting. Did he hats soy luck" asked
reply. "Then not l TITUSVILLE
why Jacksonville Florida.
Wm have Mr. Fitzroy of Mr*. Sblftle
, the few ?" said the .e. L.tan
nee, "He would acre & : Indian River. .. Foof. Xam. "Oh, ye, be bad luck, if you pleas
not have asked had -I- -
not not his It bat been suggested that Edgar Allan to call It .0. Heaved two finger. of
heart t
him on the spot Te; Fla. Poe, who was described by a criticof his right hand."-Pearson'. Weekly.A .
have "_
them. Under New
aascriptr Cor. Boston a bygone generation as "the most I Management t:

q o. II. voss diareputable blackguard in literature," OntMl Employment.Mr .
r n owed his misfortune, not to his own vagaries A.-I* it true that your son -
'I the light of eternity we shall see MAXAOER.: bat to nothing worse than that bold the appointment of warder In a Open all the Year. -.
what we desired would have been 13 letter went to the making of his Jail?
al to us, and that what we would Open All TIle Year. name, "which is abmud" a* Euclid Mrs. B.-Yes, but only criminals of Coolest and most pleasantly ,located
va avoided was essential to our well disdainfully observe. Westminster good family are Imprisoned there.- hotel for the summer month Thoroughly
'g-Fenelon. refitted and elegantly urnUhed.
Gazette. ___________ Floh. Elevator. All modern improvement
Only a few minutes'walk ,
Jot's take the instant by the forward from Railway Nation Boy had been taught: how to gargle.A *.* Cod.. Thirty. JtATE.'i-t2.60: to .a. o per day. .
we are old. and on our quickest and Steamboat landing few week after, while at grandma' "Woman ha ruled the world daring Special by the week, and to Commercial.
ns the inaudible and noiseless foot *. Farm, be saw the chicken drinking. untold age.*." }J en. ,I.
time steal ere we effect: thens.akeapeare. ,' "Oh, mamma," he shouted, "come Only hotel that the electrio car pass
on __J if On the banks of the "And she 1 I. even more influential to aod from depot.
__ws far-famed Indian River. here and see the chicken gargle their,, daring the told age*."-Detroit Trio-!
throat I" aDe.,, CRAPO & LeVENE,

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i j eighty cents a dozen. These California Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report -
For Snlo or Exchange.
! & GRAHAM
oranges remind one of those beautiful THE ROBBINS Cfl C
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j large California peaches, of which,. i li
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,, Cue (,'YCII r-old, three-quarter Jerseycow you eat once, you are led to profanity, .
now dry; one 1-year-old steer and vow never to touch again. 0, for a Baking
Want fresh cow, or will sell for cash good Florida orange I Especially the aNAl Paid Up Capital 2600000.

Address: EIICILDOUNK: INN, Indian River fruit, of which one can eat
( \ Koseland, Fla. his full and wan* more. Florida will LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.We .
nut have to compete with California in PowderB.s

! f' \ Consult James Mutt, the orange business. Florida fruit will 3
command a good price, while the California have for sale a large list of carefuli/

1\\ fruit will grow stale this time of PORE '
Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon year, and until April, when the California selected Indian River Properties.
.:! and grape fruit trees, grape vines and orange gets a little sweeter. ------ Lands the Florida Coast
of
Sale
} Marshal Nlol roses. This market is entirely clean of pine- President Cleveland Approves.A who, by his masterful ingenuity and Agents for of lift,
JAMES MOTT, apples. I believe the prospect for the keen insight, where the demands of s Canal and Transportation (Jo.C.A.N'.AI. .

., Orlando, Fla. Florida growers of pines Is first-class for critical public are concerned, has madea L.A.1"VJ: :>S.
l : the coming season, provided Uncle Sam telegram from Washington says that trip through that section of countrj ...
For Sale. turns off to one slue the frost bearing President Cleveland has approved tbe one of rapid transit and luxurious ex, Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comp
Sloop northers. Cuba, with her war to attendto act making Palm Beach a sub-port of istence. A business man is guaged! bj. Lands. DJs ton Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co.,
her entry. the he surrounds himself with. and other Low Priced Lands.
pineapple
1 For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft: ; can hardly protect people
tonnage, 18 27-100; In first-class condi plantations from the same fate as her How fortunate Mr. Flagler has been r' :Monoy: : -to: Loan: LXi7tr a'Y t ox: :Ela.nc1.: :

tion. New Rails; head-room In cabin. sugar plantations are receiving-total Birth at lobe Sound.At At Ten per cent, in unm to tult.
.., Best party or trade boat of her size on destruction. Tbe Florida crop will be TEN DOLLARS FOB A NAME. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties
much smaller than the 1804 and
the. river. Price, $400.00. Apply to crop,
will Las Lomas, Hobe Sound, Fla., on .
Waveland bring a good price. Titusville. Florida.
X. C. B. Tyndall, OB: Capt.
Peter Nelson, Titusvlllo, Fla., where she I should gladly see Tltusville made the the morning of the Oth Inst., the wife of The Georgia Southern & Florida Ry.,
*tf headquarters for the Pineapple Growers' Reginald E. Serjeantsen, of a daughter. In addition to their famous Pullman
!, way bo seen Association. Then the growers could Mother and child doing well. Buffett trains, "Quick Step" and "Dixie

use either or both railroads, and prob- Flyer," have Inaugurated the fastestPullman Fred S. Chaffee &C C Co
: For Sale or Kent. ably have a boat on the Indian River to The Fire at West Palm Beach line In the south between Ma- ot,
I j serve those growers distant from the con and Tampa, the route being Georgia 1
,1 All of block 27, Titusvlllo, Fla., knownAS railroad. A boat on the Indian River Southern & Florida to Jasper and Plant 1;

I the Kanson property, lust east of Ice would also serve the vegetable growers Destroyed about what property was System to Tampa, leaving Macon dallyat 3 FRED s. CHAFFEE TITDSYILLE FLA
I. factory This Is a very large block of on the east side. If the J., T. & K. W. designated in last week's ADVOCATK. 11:23: p. m., arriving In Tampa 2:30p. : ,
''t f 4 land, all fenced, having upon It a comfortable K'y falls into the hands of Mr. Plant, we It began In Puckett's bowling alley, m. next afternoon: returning, leave Registered Pharmacist.
: t house, greenhouse, windmill, will be very likely to have a line of boats '. being caused from the explosion a Tampa. 10:15: a. m., arriving} In Macon at
I. piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other as feeders to his railroad. My plantation gasoline stove. Good work was done 4 a. m. As the names of its two Jacksonville A Complete Assortment off
1 improvements. Price, $1,01)0.! ) Will rent of mostly fancy pines, at Wave- by the members of the fire departmentwhen Pullman trains have become
I subject to sale, at #"-l.OO I per month. land, Is now showing up well for a good they got in shape. understand' household words, It desires to christenits -. $ PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
i Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort crop next spring. that Zapf has "already' begun the erectionof new route with a name that will beaR ,
"' Pierce; or to Uobbins & Graham, his Very truly yours, n brick building, and that others will appropriate and popular as its two
attorneys, Titusvlllo, Fla. CHAH. H. HOWLANU, M. D. build.A sisters. Mr. G. A. Macdonald, general S Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. &.

P. S.-I recently heard that a colonyof passenger agent, Macon, has therefore K3T" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.
Italians was to be located on the tractof Compliment for Mr. Flagler, offered a prize of ten dollars in gold for
Notice.The land next north of the Harman the most appropriate name, bearing in
grove mind that the train the famous We want trade. Give us a trial
annual of stockholders tract, at Ankona, for the purpose of passes your ,
regular meeting -
and lemons. They In a 1ett the ADVOCATE from Mr. Suwannee river by daylight. All that is
raising pines,
:- oranges Davis
of the State Bank of Eau Gallle,
are an industrious set of people, and Chas. n. manager/ of Hotel St. necessary Is to send in this clipping, giving ; Wall Paper School Supplies, Perfumer,
for the Election of Directors and other Choice Line of Cigars Stationery, ;
I Andrew. one of the finest and mont"swell" name of and date together ,
paper ,
make of
would It.
business, will be held on the second undoubtedly a success hotels In New York, It says, inter with the name and address of one or Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.

Monday in January, 18DU! between the U. alin : "I consider Mr. II. M. Flagler the more persons who expect to visit Florida
hours of nine a. tn. and three p. m. of very best gentleman I ever had the this season, to
said day, at the said bank office In Eau TilE FINANCIAL QUESTION. pleasure of working; for." G. A. MACDONALD, THE INDIAN RIVER DRUG CO.OOCOa. _
J Gallle, Fla. We understand this hotel Is a beautiful G. P. A., G. S. & F. Ry.,
,j \V l. TllEUTLKn: one and is quite full of guests. We Macon Ga.
Florida.: ..,
"j 18-Ct Vlce-1'reshlont. Reply to Mr. Ilardce. join with Mr. Davis' many friends in ,

w VALENCIA HOTKL, ST. AUGUSTINE, congratulating him upon obtaining the Steamers THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
Run
to the Canal.
; Jan. 6, IBM management of so fine a hotel. Mr. on ,

THE POVERTY BALL. Davis was assistant manager at the F18...
Editor! Advocate: Root ..1oc1go,
d t. n Royal Polnclana, Palm Beach, duringthe Beginning next week the canal steamers .
Dear /Sir:-I have read with Interestthe first two seasons, and he still enjoys will run on through; to Biscayne 1 Bay, Under the same. management. Thoroughly first-class Drug Stores. Full to
Sonic very unique dancing expositions letter of Mr. Mont Uardee In your reading the ADVOCATE. The Della l Is expected to leave West of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Novelties, Stationery, Perfumery, etc..
of povcity pure ants simple, were enacted issue of Dec 27th, but sorry to see that' Palm Beach on Monday, and arrive at HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS.

nt the Opera house on Tuesday he cannot understand the simple propo- Interesting Lectures.The Fort Lauderdale the same day. Tuesday HUYLER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES.......
:, night! In the drape of a Poverty Ball, sition that 10 soon as wo make the coinage morning! the Della will leave Lauderdale .
,, given under tho auspices of the Titus- Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to
; of silver bullion Into dollar free and for Miami and return, and on Wed-
I ; vlllo Social Club. It was a Leap-Year without limit, that It will raise the priceof lectures which Archdeacon U. nesday the boat will return north. The THE TOURIST TRADE:-:-
affair and tho Indies entered into it with the silver bullion to Us coined value. F. Brown Is delivering on the various steamer Hittle will go south Tuesday And solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by
vim, making[ It a very successful enter- Three hundred and seventy-one and a books of the bible-taking them In their morning; and will leave Lauderdale on Registered Pharmacist: ?,
s tainment. All the costumes were so quarter. grains of pure silver make the order from Genesis-every Thursday Wednesday for Miami. On the same
well gotten up that It was a hard matter coined dollar. When the ounce of silver evening from 7 to 8 o'clock, at the Episcopal day she will return to Fort Lauderdale, W- Send mail orders to Cocoa; no accounts run at Rockledge.Groceries .
j to decide which was best selected. bullion\ can be taken to the mint and church, are certainly) most Interesting where she will lie over-night, and then -- -
v'' I Everything from a London "wharf \ and Instructive bringing out
coined Into a silver dollar, as the ownerof return.
r; rat" to a "one allull" farmer boy was gold can do, then there will be no many points In the early history of the EZit.. BRA'Y',
,I leprosented by the gentlemen, while the more silver bullion for sale In the United world which would otherwise, perhaps, The llamberg and Garner Arson
I belles Included everything from smutty States or anywhere else in the civilized be overlooked. Ills Intelligent and clear
I Bridget tif kitchen fame to the poor, but world, unless the owner can get one dollar discourse Is a. pleasure to listen to, and, Case.In Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer
'" sweet Maud Muller lassie of farm-life for every 871J !grains. we think that those of our people who ,

j i, note. Among the genllunien, Mr. P. G.i Why would he sell the bullion for lens wish to spend a pleasant hour during. an the Habaes Corpus proceedings be- I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of
Walton as the "wharf rut," and Mr. II. each week could not do bet-
than liar, when he could take it to the evening of fore
1 Judge J. D. Broome the Ham- JViiit
." C.Budge as tho "one-gallus": boy, capped mint mid got that for it ? When flee ter than attend this suites of lectures. berg and Garner arson case, ,on which took I Staple Ac ir /iioy3rrocories; ,
't! i the climax; while Mrs.[ Pritchard as coinage Is allowed, a man In any part of The work which the Rev Mr. Brown hag place on Wednesday, Hamberg's bond And Food Products
j : l\l\lulMnller\ Mrs. Hiulgo as the beggargirl the world can take his sliver bullion to so kindly undertaken' should be encouraged -
1 Mrs.Wt was lowered from $10,000 to $3,000, and Df[ All Kinds Also :My! Stock of _
dicssod entirely In crocus,
our mint and have it coined into our and we hope to see a full attendance
Garner liberated. It will
be
was
"' j' M. Drown an the chambermaid, and money A man bringing;( it here from from now until its finish. in the commitment trial remembered before- Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal,
\ Mrs.K. F. Hall ns Itildget, were especially 1 ,
art of the country outside of this,
Justice B. R. Wilson the bonds of each
that lack would .
noticed. We regret of Ground Food and Wheat.I
have to lotto the freight and
expense -
fixed
Praise for Mr. Flagler's Ltciiteiiaiitti. were at $10,000. The attorneysfor ''
space foiblds a fuller dcHoilption of the of carriage, and also lose some- the defendants claimed that this am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: in the above linen'
many catchy costumes and their wo.irois. thing on every dollar, because our ratioIs amount would be lowered as they oodtj. I buy close, and will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solid':
r The dancing Wgnn with the grand 1(1(1 to 1 ami most other nationalities is thought that the evidence did not rour patronage. Very truly
march at UiaO: oYlork and. wound up at l 15 to 1 or 15} to 1. Hut it must bo pliln rant it and the war- :EJ. L. :BR: .AnY.DUREN .
!. ell A writer In the Jewish Tribune says: as soon as stenographer's -
midnight enjoyed. -
being mil -
MTV the obtuse that the -
to most moment we
"When write of Florida the names report of the evidence at that trial
I / In oitlur' to the you
Suggestions aro an
make the free the bullion\ valueof
I coinage;( of Flugler and Plant rise before and was finished the attempt was made. with
: coHtumt'H for the next ball, and wo would you
silver will bo the Its coined
same us
the above result. Mr. Geo. M. Robbins
what transformation they have brought
the and the
suggest now woman now value hero and elsewhere. Therefore & FEASTER
idea.DEATH. about In that land of sunshine and and Col. D. L. Gaulden were for the
i, man no gold will go abroad to buy silver bul- beauty I And what a stall of generals prosecution, and Judge M. S. Jones and
". lion, for the price will be the same there they have surrounded themselves with I Col. F. W. Pope for the defense.

0V! _JOHN II. HlIAKl'. HS here. It is a fact that nine-tenths of Mr.
the United States should
offer Suppose$3 for every bushel of wheat delivered Flagler'a director-generals are young JROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H, Leggett & Go's'
Mr John H. Sharp son of Mr. and in Its In Washington men in their thirties. For instance,
tilo granary there l Is Mr. J. R. Purrott, a brilliant
:Mrs. / of (Geneva hotel
FI'ankSharp otty; It would put tho price up to $2,
I' Jacksonville, and (Coronado hotel, Coronado not only in the United States, but whore- young lawyer and shrewd business man- Fine Groceries.
> died last Friday afternoon of ever wheat could bo raised, leas the cost ager, who guides the financial ship of
JEWELERS1DNVILLE
Mr. Flagler B fleet Into a haven of profit
aged 28 The do- ;
: u consumption ceancd, had resided, In Jacksonville years only and Hold expense, therefore of bringing, would; It not bore.leave the and royal progress.boniface of Mr.Mr. Flaglor's C. B. Knott system, the of Fruits' and Vegetables, Florida & Western Meats of all kinds\
illicit time having, there from
a gone; country to buy silver bullion,for the
Coronado Bench but he had royal hotels, and last, Mr. Joseph Richardson -
won many reason that it could not be purchased CROCKERY, GLASS AND TINWARE. -
j .' friends by Ids gentlemanly beating and cheaper elsewhere than here. Whywitulil the general passenger agent,

.> : I I conduct. Ho Mint YOUIIIPI1I\D of amiable ... ..... n- forei g nor KM sue). .IL_ feel _na tt\__ ::r Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
disposition and of excellent business sell his silver bullion for gold for less
v,, ability. than he could !get by bringing;( it here P Very Truly, u.ren. CJ Fea.s"tor.
.j. The fuuornl took place Sunday after This thing ought to be well understoodby
noon from the hotel. Services were men who favor free silver, but it is HOTEL BELLEVUE *
j conducted by the llov. Dr. McDonald, of not by a large majoilty.' XM1bourno
\" the Flint Congregational church and the Gold will never leave this country or LUMBER !

I llov. John Sharp, of Massachusetts, an England unless It can bo more profitably
undo of the deceased and were very invented eloowhore. : : :-J.or:1da.: .
,
j hnl>reIlMlvo. Deceased looked very life Yours truly,
like lu the collie lie was a remarkably N. M. CritTis. And House Building Material

"' handsome young; man, and the careworn A Healthy Winter Resort, situated on High Pine Land. overlooking ,

.t''". look during which the last had few been weeks coming of his over Illness him TO IJE GIVEN AWAY ON The Indian Sash, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails and
= River.
,
had passed away, and In Its place the ss 55" c ,
1IISCAYNE HAY.
old sweet look of perfect content had Bnl'lders' Hardware In fact, a complete stock of everything roqul .
23T" Tennis Lawn and Row Boats, Bathe and Sanitary Arrangements
some again. lie was dressed ns he was good. In building a house. Estimates furnished.
Si, wont to dress, In suit of gray, and lookedas LEMON: CITY, FLA., Sea bathing within pleasant sail Hunting and Fishing to be had In the neighbor

though; lie had lain down to rest for a Jan. 7, 1M)0.) hood. Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake Worth

fow moments before resuming his duties One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce Churchesand
.. as clerk of the hotel. Editor Advocates Schools. mr: Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers, Pineapple Crates.

His genial face and happy laugh will Dear Sir:-I have four good building Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallle and Jensen.

be greatly missed by his many friends. lots to give away to parties that will put Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day. Terms by the Week or Month. G. F. PADDISON
"t Deceased waa well known to the ADVOCATE up four good business houses. These

and we regret to learn of hl8t' lots are right on the border of Lemon First-rate Laundry in Connection with the Hotel. Terms Reasonable EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA.-
death. The parents and family have City, and the very finest location on Bls-
our sincere sympathy In their sad be- cayue Buy. They are close to the water, .
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reavement. and the street Is 80 feet wide. I have
". given one lot away for a hotel of 30

rooms, which Is just finished. There THE EDWARD STILING
L AN INTERESTING LETTER FLORIDA CART
.
I' are several buildings; course of erectionin
I FROM TilE NOJtTII.I this town. Our streets will not be ,
"r less than loft wide, so now Is a grand
Made (for Soil 3 inch
Tread.
I :Florida Oranges 'Vs. California chance for some of the ADVOCATE readers Sandy Having * oj\o
I or friend to get four good lots. I
Fruit. would like to give one lot for another
hotel The Indian mn I. very attractive at thin ahln: land It _.,... IP!
ODe for a drug store, one for a altuatedat ( fito. The
adapted en Pineapples and other Fruits' and U Ankona JOIn north of tbe eetehrat'Herman :
FI :: : good grocery and one for a restaurant. Iimve. The J.. SL A. ; I. R.
Oar Fln. p|>l. Crop Good Word far R' through the property, making shipping facilineuneurpaeeed '
TlttMTllle. There I.i a good dock at the foot. of for particulars,address tee owner,
Biscayne avenue which Is for the public ARTHUR D. PERKINS. New Hmveit. Cons:
New HAVEN, Coxx., Jan. 6, 1800.( use. --
Anyone can come here and see these
1 ,I Editor Advocate : lots, or write me. This offer Is good for BEAR IN
Dear Sir Inclosed find check for 00 day M11TD
t t :-
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\, t.I ADVOCATE: for another year. May this Yours, L. W. PIERCE. .

J I be a.. well a prosperous as for all one. of for Florida.the ADVOCATE Lots of THAT I AM NOT OUT OF BUSINESS,
A Paradise for
Hunters.The .
+I cold weather here e.ws
cero now.
Carrying In
Stock a Choice Assortment
I W. are having quite a supply of or of High Grade

." I angei from Jamaica and California. The White City correspondent say Wines Whiskies Brandies
better class of Jamaica fruit Is pretty that on Sunday night. a deer was shot FOR SALE BY Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.
!good eating, but the California fruit Is while eating beans In one of the garden
t I so very sour that it make ones mouth south of town. Three/got away. Several EDWARD Mail Orders Filled Promptly
f and throat feel raw. A pound of fruit wild turkey and great many quail STILING. ... ................. .4.1: COCOA
I/' requires a pound of sugar, not. to enjoy have also been killed. The Seminole Indiana FLC> IJ: :>>A.
It, but to endure It. The class of California bring deer and wild turkey Into # # # # # # The Lumber Hardware; and Paint Dealer. Yours
I fruit I am peaking of Is the best. White City several time a week, selling at Command

: oval orange, whlca costs from sixty tot both at 10 cent per pound. COCOA. Indian River FLORIDA. J. D. (7RABB.

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