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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 17, 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
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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L Mensrs. Mickey and Lnpham, of -Rev. and Mr Penny left hero for -Severn! communications have been S. S. Morton\. of New Yoik, is now open

J weir Cocoa, were pleasant callers on tho Cocoa? on Tuesday. crowded out of this IHKUO for want of at 1\Mlliln. It is In the oenlieof tbtt

ADVOCATK, Saturday:; last -Mr. E. L. Brady loft for West Palm MI''CO: city, Is situated on an eminence I nnd
J, leach on Tuesday. from Its balconies can bo lu\(11l Duo vlow
-There will' be service In the Baptist Shlppeis of vegetables and fruits of tho city and. ocean. It IH said to bo awell
till church 10th Inst. Editor Odin, of tho MelbourneTimes oidil do well to the AVarnell crates
on :Sunday: the -in01 ti- use organized: hostelry tu ovoiy way i
lug at 11, and evening: at 7 o'clock.\ gave our ollico a pleasant: call on'ucflday. bicli have tho highest/ reputation. !See Now I'lovldenoo lit tlio only inland of

-The Misses Mattie Palmer and Bert a1 Ivt on our Kh pago.Mis. tlio group that can boast of iv linibor
: -Lieut. H. M. Pin-Knoll lint loft Snult that I of XiiHHau. Tlio b.irlior Is land
of Montlcello have been E. P. Portlier of Courtonay
JmlMoy\ : stopping ,
tr 1[a'ie Mich. and Is located l at ,
now : ,
nt the Decker Houso this week. eftlieio on yesterday's train for Pay- lo'kl.I1111/ vessels drawing I I 1,1 feet of '
Buffalo, N. Y. tons; on a visit to her sinter. Slut wn.s water cnn reach the \\ luirvcH.ecer) 1
-Mr. J. Smith, Jr., dealer in brick, tninly think that If the harbor
WIIHelged
-Mr. II. J. Titllu, of Courtonay: canto ccompaniod by HOIIIU of her children,
lime, cement, etc., of Jacksonville, has to town yesterday: in his launch ( to n depth of :21 feet, tho haute
been spending a few days on Lake lip'atbfindcr I\1UII'l1tnl'nUlI tho -Vleo-Prosldont.!. It. 1'1I1'I'"ttO'II'\\I.Supt. I. (If :Nissan-';: would Incieane coiiMhlciuhly.
Worth this week. sumo day. It. '1'. GolT and Lund 'onmilsylmi- The development of Iho Kant Coast>

-Mr. S. E. Gerkin of Jacksonville 1'.J.. K..: Ingialiam, passed tluoiigli.
arrived -
-Tlio little seed / 'proHontK u golden I opportunity for tlio
advertising planted In town Monday. lie 'ituHvtllo about S! o'clock\ Sunday nfteroon \ .
In the at tho time ami wan on a IIhnllllIMI"I.I : The Btoimclilp; (ei'vice
right way, right bicycle trip from Jacksonville to Biscayne en route home from Miami.Wanted : hl'tw"111111I) Headland Nassau will net
In the soil is to
right sure bring an
tIL1iLJTh abnndant harvest.Mr. Hay. only bo a great boon to thono who do not

-We beg to acknowledge receipt of a A First dunn Scow earn to vial IIIvanthlll: winter, but will

_ 4q Henry Anthony Is temporarily pretty calender for 181X1 from the L. B.ajling enable the Islands to transport. their pro- '
engaged at the West Palm Bunch bank > Fertilizer Co., of Pawtucket, With or without\ sail, about SOxlO() luctH to the great luitikettt of the United .i f:

all cashier, during the absence of Mr. R. I. feet, to carry freight; must bo wound\ States more" oxpodltlounly.Kloildiv / .

z jco. Branning, through, illness.Mr. and well built. AddioHS with full ]particulars > hits been nmiMo 1> to 1>1'OnI1l0wol1

( q 1 ,{HI; ; R. F. Hall returned to town -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold Col. Dcgrauw, Oak Hill, r'la., \ () IliihaniaM, but
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5N iliaiestablishment
P q 4 ,Ys after successful divine service on Sunday next tho 10th with the lowest cash price and where to with of tho now moans
Tuesday, a hunting trip
; p I about. ten miles west of Fort Pierce. not., at St. Gabriel's Episcopal church, flo seen. 2Jlt:! of IIOCOHH, closer commercial and 1 Hoclnl
? t ) : The quail shot by his party numbered at 11 a. m. and 7 p. m. relations: will\ bo IIMMIII'OI-III1 11\1I throughtho

71 5. -Mlsa Nancy Hume returned to Richmond They Want the "Advocate" onItlsrayiio pluck' andpeiNovoraneoof .Mr. HomyM.

Ky., on Friday mOI'nlnjllaKt, after I. Mailer.In .
i -We beg to acknowledge, with a very pleasant visit to the Misses Jen- Hay.COVOANUT f""II1tJ1'IHKl1e" of tho Alivoc'AI'K: wo

:_. hanks, the receipt of the Montreal ette and Annie Pnddinon of about two IHlbllllh(1 l lengthy mitt lob u on the ))::1- :
>- (Canada) Star:; Almanac for 181X1! which weeks. the pen of Mr AmbroHu '

contains about 480 pages of useful road- GROVE:, FI.A., :Shea: tho late governor, In which ho

lag matter -Both the city and railway wharves Jan. 13, 181MI.Constdei \ ;. Maid: "Kverytiling: / that may tend to further -
"ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICES.
THE have been In the hands of the carpentel.1tthis the l progrons of tho developments\ .
Editor .tdeveater
-Mr. F. C. Hewett, of Now York, week, much to tne pleasure of ped- that are now In vigorous. activity will bo
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------- was in town :Saturday moat with his tine strinns. Many of the rotten board Ing tho fact that West Palm well spent, and the coming! : hhttory

LOCAL NEWS Head This Column Carefully., naphtha launch, which Capt. A. J. Can- have been replaced with new ones. Beach bus two newspapers, KOIIIO of our the Baliamas\ which are emerging "from
ova piloted to Melbourne the first of the residents think respondent at
your a long sleep of ilopiosHlon and fust :acquiring -
-A of the
lid Topics of General Interest. THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE in the week. meeting of the Annual Convocation hut point bail a groat deal of "gull" In a foot-hold of IItllb'o' IndiiNtilitl
beheld
church will
ADVOCATE brick building, Titusville, -Mr. A. Graf and wife of Basil, O., at Orlando Episcopal on Tuesday next the, suggesting that you move theio. Cocoanut activity and future Independence, ,will be
are the leading clothiers on the East and Mr. Geo. P. Krameranli sister-Miss Grove III 1 one of the most beautl- of animating: Interest even to those who
21st Inst. Archdeacon
in connection B. F, Brown will ,
olety and General OonBlp Coast of Floiida. Watch their ads on lattio L. Kramer-of Llthopolls, Ohio, attend from this rill places on tho buy; and ns the ADVO- have no money nt stake, but who rank:
I with Biscayne Bay, Lake Worth, Indian, this and other and do not fail place Is well known and ban warm
pages, are spending the winter as guests of Mrs CATS many IlnonthnKo/ fortunately, not liiHignlll-
Illma..R and Halifax Rivers, Key Went to give them a trial. Elizabeth Kredell, near Eau Gallic. Conductor W. T. Hubbard, of the friends In this section, IlItl'Onlllya.lvlKo cant In iiunibont, who pro phlliintlnoplo
and all other Important Point along theEast J., T. & K. W. Railway, loft Titusville, you to movo your plant to this lovoly enough to wish their neighbors Godspeed -

Coast of Florida. Brief mention of ir: JOB PRINTING at this office. -The Misses Jeannetto and Annie Wednesday, with a happy smile Ho I spot. What will induce you HO brinK l In t their carver of advancement."

Interesting Event from Variou Fart PaddiHon Joined Mr. and Mrs. J. W. bad been out duck shooting on Indian your blight/ newsy and popular: pink The ;XiiHHau luaidlau ((to band at tho

of the World; About People You Know Jarvis and daughter, at Tltusville Monday River that morning, and was cairylng paper> to Cocoanut Grove j? Apvot.'A'lK: ofllcc) U niiicli! pleased\ at the

I and People You Don't Know-Picked WHERE to stop. See: list of hotels on and wont on to St. Augustine for a home tile ducks ho had killed.A Yours truly- ... pi'impact of stoiiin communication between
up by Our Society Editor and a large staff our 7th page.: few' days as the guests of Mrs. Jarvis.Mr. Palm leach and Nassau and wopredict
I of Correspondent mattered along the lady wilting us from Chicago [We fool like standing I by Titusvlllo\ lit ;
time for ] H. W.
A. T. Feaster returned from his ) a busy Manager/
Kant Coast of Florida. SriUNO: samples of tailormadeooo/ says : "Owing to the hard times I present, although working in the Inter- 1'twllII of Hotel I'olnciana and
trip to West Palm Beach and other down- Royal ;
j just received at the Eagle Clothing really Intended stopping my subscription eats of the whole East Coast The ADVOCATK Fred of tho Palm Bench
river last. He Manager[ Storry
places ,
on Friday stoppedat :
Store. to the ADVOCATE, but I find It so brim can still help the Biscayno Hay
As rivers to the ocean tlow St. Lucie a couple of days to IndulgeIn fun of Interesting reading" that I cannotdo country along from this place, as It hint Inn, attending to time departure and\ nr-
the tine that is noted rival of tourists on the Northumberland.Tlio / .
their
To spend gathered prizes, sporting place without It." Thanks. receive,
lerotoforo.
Any support wo
Solo. the streams of buyers go DEED blanks lOc. each; $3.00 per 100, at for. filomU. will boa above newspaper says/ : "Tlio excellent -
To him who advertises. the ADVOCATE office. -Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Brady are Irons our Biscayno Bay + climate we are blossod with should
-Mr. Jack Happersetto, the popularyoung now snugly ensconced In the residence pproclatnd.-A no.-El>.] bo turned to bettor account, and we urn I

Read J. Estes' new ad on 4th page. THE most complete and best line olmen's bookkeeper of the Indian River lately occupied and owned by Mr. and. fortunate getting such a man an Mr. '
hotel, left hero Friday last for Orlando, tfrs. J. E. Lunouette. Mr. Interested In Island. That
shoes to be found Indian Brady says 1"lalloI' our :
-Mr. C. T. McCarty who had been onJ.i River at the Eagle Clothing on Store. where ho was called owing: to tho serious they are very pleased with their new PALM BEACH TO NASSAU gentleman has obtained such n ropnti-, ;

visit to St. Augustine, returned to An- illness or his brother Mr. Happersette quarters.Mr.[ tlon In Florida owing/ to the progress
|kona on Tuesday. returned on Saturday, and said his that has reunited from, his '
perneverauco
WK now have money to loan In sums to brother was improving In health. W. G. WlnanH, of Now York, the and that should fool to
glad
Particulars wo
pluck
-Mr. W. M\ Brown left here, Saturday arrived In town Monday and left tioxt A i Few Concerning / ,
real ,
and suit an approved estate security.Send -That wonderful have him look towards a little Inland
;afternoon last, for West Palm Beach country, Egypt, day for Eden to examine the
-Miami / in your applications. Robbins & with the land of Goshen, the early homo plantation owned by Mr, Van pineapple ArmlaluWlnans Bahama Islands.On like Now Providence, and we should bo
Graham Co. of the children of Israel-a country sorry enough. afterward were wo not tencourage <.
\ who Is
Conductor W. B. Waddell and wife, now stopping at St.
tho ADVOCATKtax
where rain never falls-a* country that several occasions him In his Idea! of Muciiilngartlioit
lot Jacksonville, have been stopping at Augustine, drawn attention to tho above plcturusiiiin from Flollda to Nammu.
BARBER Siior. George Jones has open- was old when Abraham visited It, will be route
|the Indian River hotel this week.A Mr. E. Hartflrmteln of New York of Ilrltlsh. inlands lying/ olT what will. It U a
ed a hair dressing establishment at described by an eye witness next Sabbath group "Say Homo people)
large number of help for the Roy- the Indian River Hotel, Tltusville evening at the Presbyterian churoh.111' itill sojourns at the Indian River hotel. our shores and n few words at this time fact that tho prcHeiico of oven an additional

I'olnclana, passed through Titusville, where he will be glad to see his old He has been on a trip to Lnke Worth will not bo out of plaee. The Bahamas: hllnlrmllortons! In Nassau makes.
| Monday afternoon. and new customers. Alfred Munroe, of Concord, but seems to like Titusvlllo better. lie are A chain of Islands: about KK( ) miles u niuikod' difference In tho cliciiUllon of

Mans., a regular wisltor to Biscayne Bay says his health bait Improved so much In length; extending nearly from" the munoy dally. Proprietors' of ambles,
-Mr. O. H. Voss,' who has been for the past eight years, arrived at Cocoanut since ho arrived here that he will spend, southeast. corner of Cuba to time count of boatmen, vendors. of cmlonltleft, etc., nil
spending a couple of days or so at his MONEY. We want money to loan on first Grove on his 7<>th birthday. He several more weeks on Indian River "'lor iI Ia. There are about :a,< 00') Inlet know what dllToietioo tlio winter HUII-

Enterprise place, returned home yertci- real estate mortgages. Ten percent la an uncle of Commodore Ralph Munroo and rocks hut only :lit> are Inhabited, tlioulnclpiil son makes with their business I ,"
day. free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden of the Biscayne Bay Yacht Club, one of -Do not fall to take note of the new truing! Piovlilonco Island, with deferring to the \orthombciland, the

& Sanders:; Titusvlllo and West Palm the ADVOCATE'S valued subscribers ad. of Mr, Ed. Stiling, Cocoa's livo and Nassau an the capital.At Guiirdlan of tho 4th Instant : Milo
-:Mr.\ Michael F. Dwyer, who ta spend- says
Beach, Florida. progressive merchant. We are pleased! the the time of tho Civil War In Htoiimor Nortliiiniberlitml. ) Captain U.
ing the winter at Hotel Indian River, -County Supt. J. II. 8amn came up to note that down-river merchant |
; our bin country Nassau was a noted rt'iicloa-!:. Cameron. IlI..lverYClltol'dllY.. \ morning
Knckledge, was a pleasant visitor to to town Sunday evening for the purposeof tho efforts of the ,
town on Saturday:; last. Ws still have a few overcoats loft, which securing the services of Archdeacon appreciate ADVOCATK:, voim for blockade runnels. The entlio fiom' H.illf.ix: which port she loft on.Saturday
we will sell at a great sacrifice. B. F. Brown to to Courtonay where and help us to keep up' a paper that will area Is. 4MO, + Hipiare miles. Time chief tndllMtl'leK : lant. This. vessel to bo (!InJ -
go ,
-Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge left here, THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. the little son of Mr. M. S. /Same had just bit a credit to Indian HI VOl', have being lulling( and I time cultivation J>loyt..lloy. the FloridaKiott!: Coast Lln In

Monday, for Palm Beach, at which point died. Superintend Sams and Archdeacon -Mr. Arthur C. Jackson who ban : of fruit; but the cultivation of riiliiilnit between Palm Ileac! nnd NnitN.III. -

Mrs. Budge will remain during the ab- Brown left for Courtonay on Monday been lecturing In the north for some the sisal hemp plant lit making rapid Tho orth 11/11 bel'I\II,1: appears tet

sence of her husband at Miami.Mr. Mr. J. D. Crabb of Cocoa, spent Sun to attend the funeral.Mr. months past, Is now at bin winter homo progress' and the British !Covel'nlllollt"l.eR well adapted fur the nor vice situ will

W. J. Catnpin, manager of the day In town with his family. on Lake Worth. Mrs. Jackson accompanied a bounty of one cent per II,. on ex- : have: to perform. Thu saloon arrangements
Fruit and Grape Co., Orlando, our and Mrs\ T. H. Prior and him south on TuoKd.ty Their 1 oitntlorm of not leas than fIve tons.'Inoiipplen Limo quite' attractive and being oil

office a pleasant call on Monday.gave HeM -Mr. O. IT. Darlington, of Plttaburg. daughter of Trenton, N. J., stopped over I many friends will be glad to moot them are also largely grown and\ I dock, are well ventilated and airy him

as on his way to Palm Beach and BIs- Pa., and 1lIsil1Da1'1lngton\ arrived in In Tituivlllo from Saturday until Mon again. exported, from UltiMO Islands to the, United IH n tilm-looklng twin-screw steanivr' ,
Bay. town yesterday. day, en route to Palm Beach. Mr. PriorIs :MtatoM. Nassau Is ;'IOO miles fear Key and Is said to obtain: a nptiod of Hftven
cayne prominent builder in the above -Dr. and Mrs. E. P. Granger, of Providence
a city Went and Havana.: J uplh!!' and Nassau knots mi hour"
-Mr. II. L. Denny, In the launch Tartar -Remember, Edward Stiling, of Cocoa and he and his family are on a pleasure 1C, I., and )lr. arid Mrs. ..J.V.. are joined by a cable] I"irll.y the British,
of Roseland, has been In Titusville a can supply you with wood and met- trip along the East Coast. They will Underhill, of New York. have been at government In iHirj:!, and the ADVOCATK: A Hfii-i-oiir op K>'ruv.

couple of days. He had: been visiting allc coffins and caskets. See 8th page. stop at Daytona and St. Augustine on. the Indian River hotel all the week. The vim the first to apprise the authorities I'alm hunch was m.iilo suli-port of

several points along Indian River, attending their return north. two gentlemen are very fond of hunting, Washington that Great, Britain Intended\ entry on Werlnenday.: Tlio Hon. Jeff.' II.
to the repairing of naphtha -Manager Morton, of Canaveral Club, and they expect, to remain In Tltusvlllu laying the cable to Florida. Itrowne, collector of customit; amid Mr. <.
launches.It: was in town yesterday. lie came over Messrs. R. W. Rhodes, J. E. Bowman all the winter. They started for the The executive I III In the bandit ot n (loo. L. Bartnum, cashier nf the Cimtom

to. meet Dr. Bryant, of Boston, who left Louis Brady and Zeke Renakerleft Banana Itl accompanied by Prof. (Sir W. F. lUynes-Hinlth. rt House, arrived In 'Titusvlllo Tuesday:
invitations- is evident, from the number of for,the Club-house last evening.Mr. here Monday for Pine Island and Lailin-yesterday afternoon on a hunt- governor very talented and I courteous gentlem) afternoon, from Key West, Just too late

ADVOCATE that are pouring Into the E. W. Barlow who has been on other places near Lake Harnoy, on a Ing trip. and a council of nine member TbovoN to catch the East Coast Line train. Mr.
office that our East Coast Is Sheriff -
couple of days' hunting trip. :
his \ an elective House of Assembly of twen- Fla (lor, however, placed a special train
getting quite gay. We regret we were a few weeks' visit to dau2'hter1lrl.Jas. Bowman and Mr. Brady returned on -Mr.V'. T. Avera and his fatherinlaw -
unable to attend the entertainment given T. Sanders-at West Palm Beach Tuesday but Messrs. Rhodes and Ren Mr. Thompson, have been enjoying ty-nine member at their disposal, and they left for Palm
by the Cocoa Choral Society last night, left for his home at Urbana this morn- aker camped, out until Wednesday. They themselves during tho tInt half of the The people of tho United States really Beach the same night. )Ir, Itrowno that Informed
] know little of the residents of these an ADVOCATE: representative
but He said his trip was an enjoyableone. week hunting In the Banana very
appreciate the invitation all the ing. the and present ,
shot nearly eighty quail on trip hail
same. river section. They managed to kill lands or of the climate and product of Mr. Elgin F. Curry, of Key West,
one woodcock.Dr. 12A ducks during that time and has JiU charming spot. Thanks to Mr.I If.M. boon appointed deputy-collector of customs

-Mr. and Mrs. Theo P. Hall Miss -Mr. L., F. William, a prominent John C. Rice, principal of the they had a good| dog/ would probably FUirler./ our people will not remain In at Palm Beach. I la Is well and

Hall and her sister Mrs. N. II. Soott, lumber merchant, of New York, who Cheltenham Military Academy, Ojrontz, have shot some doer, an Mr. Avera Informed ignorance muoblon-lCer. favorably known In Key Went,__ where he
are a jovial party stopping at the Palm generally visits Titusville during the Pa., has our thanks for a copy of the us they saw Innumerable track During; tho seimon the. Nassau mallwill had been clerk of the County Court.

Beach Inn. Mr. Ball Is quite a followerof winter, arrived here on Wednesday. with college: circular and catalogue, and the of them. The trip wait made In Mr. arrive via Palm Beach, three times Meiisrs. Browne and Bartnum are a

Sir Isaac Walton, and we hope to his two bird dogs. Mr. William*-who Cheltenham Reveille, which certainly are Avera's new sloop-rigged boat, Mary. a week, wldch will be a great improvement jovial team, and they received a hearty:
hear of his making some big catches of expects his wife to arrive from New very creditable productions. The genial: over the New York route. The welcome from their Tltusvlllu friends.
fish. He expects to remain with his York ttHlay-will do some hunting while doctor and his charming wife spent sev- -Miss Helen B. Ballantlne one of postal authorities at Washington have We appreciate the compliments Mr.

family at the Inn for the next three or In this section. eral weeks on the East Coast, and we Summerville's (N. J.) prominent young been notified that the Bahamas mail will\ Browne paid the ADVOCATK, and were

four weeks. shall again be pleased to meet them. on ladles, panned through here, Friday go north over the Florida East Coast /glad to learn the "pink paper of the >
-Mr. and Mrs. Delos A. Blodgett and Indian Kiver. afternoon last, on her way to Sharpes, RAilway. East Coast" had a number of admirer : I

little daughter, of Grand Rapids, Mich.,, KefreMliIng, where her mother and father have been The population of the above Islands Is In Key West.Remember..
have several weeks. Miss\ Ballantine has been about 04> (>00 four-nfths of whom am of r
taken
a house at Daytona for the Nourishing and cool Is Feiganspan'sNewark Just Once Again ,
herself with friends In Philadelphia
winter. They brought their horses car- (N. J.) saazer beer.Siiipnlan enjoying African descent. Considerable spooge- !If yon need wines, beers,
riages and servants south with them for We call attention to thou splendid for some time past but she toldus fishing Is carried on, and It Is stated that liquors or cigars J, I). Crabb, Cocoa, I I. A
the purpose of enjoying the beaaUfulDrivel ladies' shoes that we are selling for only; that the air of Indian River was' delightful /MJO small vessels are engaged In It,Riving the man to supply you. Watch lit* a.Lon
Sale that of tho
For after Quaker
City.
which abound in the vicinity Engine $1.75. Many customers smiled the put employment to 6,000 hands. Oranges 8th page. .. '
and Ormond. grow well around Nassau, but. little at- '
Mrs. Is Mail
Blodgett
them. --
week when they bought
well known With boiler burning coal oil; twe. THE EAOLK: CLOTHIXO STORK!: are mak tcntio.i Is paid to their cultivation. I
on Indian River where her
charming manners have mate her a host horse power engine. Can be seen wit orders promptly JULIUS attended KLIMK to. lag great cuts In men's youths' and I From November until June the weather Give U. Your Mall Order
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of friends while Mr. Blodgett Is well Capt. J. E. Herbert, Daytona: price $7;;. ,Titusville Fla. boy's clothing. on the Islands Is perfect, but from -
known ant honored in Michigan through I. Apply to IL J. Tims, then until October the weather Is ratheroppre..lv. For jewelry or repairing, and ther.will
his Courtenay Fla. .. Between December and May be promptly attended to. .
many charitable bequest Mr. and Bright, Sparkling,
Beach.
West Palm
Mrs. Blodgett will shortly visit Hotel Cook and Chambermaid Wanted the temperature ranges from 70 to HO( degree all kind carried at I
Pla/a, Rockledge. IsOHtl And effervescent, Felgenspan's Newark *. The air Is dry, and Invalids-par- AXTIIOXT Bno*.,
Beach.
Wanted first-rate cook and chamber- Saaier Beer. ticularly those with delicate throats and West Palm,

Remember One Iron-grey Mare and Rone mare maid In a hotel on Indian River. Mud chests-will find Nassau a most agreeable .

colt mare aged years, colt 1* months. be white. Fine Watches, place In which to recuperate. Strawberry, Crate

Anthony Bros full line of Will; $2. .00 for them, delivered at Address J W. W. W.. The Bahama Islands present many at- -
jewelry carry a pay ADVOCATI Office Clocks and Jewelry repaired by Anthony .. traction to tourists. The Royal Victoria Order early. O. P. Paddlson,
musical merchandise Pierce.
and Fort
goods at West Palm Beach. optical Rosa TKBITO. Tlttuvllle, Fla. Bros., West Palm Beach. hotel, under the management of Mr. Eau Gallle, '1....





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8OC1ETIE8. 'ETCo pie up to realize their mistake. WASTEDeveral trustworthy.' gentlemen The. : Clyde Steamshdp cd

Just so with the pineapple crop. .. It or ladies to travel in Florida for. ,

baa superseded every other consider established reliable house. Salary*780), .
Free and ation. The people. hardly recognize any and expenses. Steady position. Enclose
God, but the pineapple. But their God reference and self-addressed, Mblic

while good in Its place' has proved: tamped envelope.' The Dominion
Accepted MiWM- Masons treacherous and faliibln.. Instead of Company, third floor, Omaha Build-

learning lesson by experience and takIng Ing Chicago, 111. I
: course and distance to see how to

stop the leaks they are moving, aa it Generally
Indian TltusvIIleFU. were, both heaven and earth to play the .

River : same hand over again when the experience : MAR & THOMAS j-' ,
Lodge, No. (1)011'ililH ) of the world has proven that the ,
:
$
\ only succuHHfiil farming in the end, ia a Exacting, I

It* inMtlttiiH, the iwcmiil mid fourth Fri. diversity of crops.
ditv of rach mtintli, nt the Court Uoune, Titusville The pineapple business In a fancy and Tinners and Plumbers. Economical and .-
atu.uftp. in. but extensive
profitable enterprise, /as an
13. R. Wilson WOl'KblpfuMast.er. crop, like nil others It Is a comparative
A. T. Feawtcr. Senior Wanien.ieo. failure. There 18 too much pineapple Galvanized 'Iron Guttering Critical New York Charleston and Florida Li
? < W. bcobie.! Junior Waiden land In Florldti to make It remunerative ,
.
' Joseph Mendel, Seci: clary. If entirely devoted to that buslnesa. If Buyers Included,

.J. M. nixon, treasurer.It. there was nothing else the land could be and Tanks a Specialty r\ of this
F. Hall, Senior Deacon.A. utilized for, then there would be some The magnificent Steamships Line are

Cleveland Senior Steward. cause for the pineapple craze. ; but such rnr- Estimates given on work, and Are urgently requested to call and to sail as follows :
Chan.; 11. Walton Junior Steward. Is by no means the case examine our .late arrivals of

.'':. Our supply of tine tobacco has been Correspondence Solicited. Calling at Charleston, S. C. Both Ways.pointed .

' KNJttUTA; IK 1'YTIIIAS. out oil Indefinitely, by the rebellion lu
,'i'\ '.1 Cuba, and almost the whole Industry I POMAR & THOMAS (STAltDARD TIME.)
;,; : ftunilnnle 1..11:11.: TC...:'W.litildn ltd moetlnfrft at New and From New' York, From .JR k'nn'l
the Court Imiiiw. the rtrnt four Tlmrmlay. even can bo trannfurred to South Florid; TItusvlUe, Florida. (Pier 21t, E. 1l.) STEAMER Charleat",. 4 ...
In ITS of each. intmtli at 8 O'CIOlJqII., in. where we have soil and climate nearer 'rlolnv, ))eO. 27, at 3.00 pm. .CoMANCHE .. .. Thursday. Jlln. 2 at '
r: 1>. B. tfireuAMit, J.IT. Rltyltc..DK.C. approximating Cuba than any localityon )Monday. .. 30. at 3.110 1'm. ... ChIElt'IEi I : ....Sunday. .. 5' '
3.00) .... ..IUOtllI ... .Tne dIlY. 'I 7'al .
C. K. of R. & 9. earth. I was rained In a tobacco \\'etinoMclay, Jan... I. at p m ..

country, and can safely say there I la JAS Y. BOFILL & CO SeasonableStyles Friday:.. 3.6, at at 3.(01)1I1..ALHOXll'IN.3.110 I) 111. tU-J\IIXULJoJ .. .TllllrRcI..y..fluneh.y "'SMInhiay 12' '
I
t::, f INDIAN RIVER OUAUUB. scarcely an acre of land In the Indian Wetlne8llay, II 8. at 3.110 I) 111. .. .. ('OMAXCH E..... :rlteMcl..y, .. 14'at
; River that Is available for Produce Friday. II 10. at 3.110 I' m. C1-IEHOK1: ......Tbur .."y. II p'Monulay : al ;
; Drill .n tlo.e Armory, over nonnty Ji,.U,every country anything Fruit and II 13. at 8.110) p itt.... .. IHOtj\IS ... ..t4ttnday' II 1'1 at'
4. uenUay availing. 4n Mio iiumtli at 8 o'clc..k. but what might be mide: as profitable %Vetiiueudity. II 1/1/ at 3.IHI p 111.. AIION.IIUI! :'I'IleStItIy, II II'I at .
.: A.T. IKA 'rcu: ,Cuj>taln. for tobacco a8 anything that can be Friday .. 17. at 3.IHI1' m, o\Jo.J\llXOl.Jo! .. .. .Thuraf."y. II 23 j' at '
... grown on it. All the mo t fertile land Commission Merchants J\lol1flay II 20. at 3.00) I' mOMAX: <.'}(E.... .Sun,Iay. II 211: at II
Welln"HIIIlY, If 22. At 3.0(1)( P 1II..CInWIIiI) ; .. .Tiiestiaty II
--- 2IIatl
will produce! from eight hundred to one Frhiit" .. 24. at 3.00 p ni .. IIU)1l1(1(). .. .Thur clay. II au
CMCKC11KH.KriHCUFAL) thousand pounds per acre, and at least P. O. Bo 1O3O. "" Monday, If 21, at 3.110 I' m.. ..Al.tIlXllJIX..Sunfllly. Feb 2'at I j
': half the crop could) be sold for one dollar IlEFERENCESI-lIanel! & Lang( St. LoiiU WeclnoH.lay.II 2l''at 3.11)) in..SEMINLl4( : . .Ttiesilay ii 4.at.Tae.lAy .
III. Cltlzenii II ai, at 3.0t I' in..... COMANCI-lE..TIIUrsIliy. II 6,
: .CHURCH.Ifcrvio per pound. And why people will Mo.j Kllllth."rll08.1& Co., Clilcnuo. ; al I
Hank of LmtlMnna; N. O. Co- v,* ** the tot and inl Sunday in each stick to the one Idea theory, will prob- Afw'n; John W. Liiinsilen, New York -
0\\,(. moath. at 11 a in."n every Sit ado" atl: :dO() p. m. Kventug: prayer at unborn. I'ow..on, Ft. Maine. (lii.; It. M Glazier.! Manatee Philadelphia, Jacksonville LH
" I p. in. .D Wedno$cl"Fs. Lltiuiy service every the outlook for the Jrl...; Trait anti 1'rotluce Trade Oenerally; Youths
" FriiUy at i* a. III. With flattering Commercial Agencleii. For the present and until further notice Steamer "TEMAS&EE" Is itt|
t,+ tobacco Industry to my mind every ,
HIV. II. F. IlitowH. Hector.CHPUCII. ,
1".", 1 .. pineapple grower should divide his eggs; Hew' NM. 30-331: Poydra Street to sail from Philadelphia for ChailestoA, Wednesdays and from Cliailcslo'l

and put half In the tobacco basket and New Orleans. La.rLIheraI Philadelphia, Sundays. Close connection Is made at Charleston with <|

METIIIIKl' then divide again and let somebody else : Advances made on CoiiHlgnmeiits. And Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida ]
[p
Children'sCLOTHING
"k-e., at Tltitsvllla every llrst Hecnnil and have: half hiti land. Another thing/ as and Interior via
Also Philadelphia points Philadelphia.
; third ctalilmth. at II li. In. anct 7 p. 111.4 Buiiduvftchonl fatal to the farming industry as the one
at IV.u'clnuk a. Hunting Kpwnrtfi
m.every ;
AuL'o; .1..1 fi. ......v *ry Monday\ 1'rayer meeting Idea system, In. trying to cultivate too
I o'iIwk evurv Thnndnv, nlftlit. The |ml>llo nreCDrJUJJy much land. The result ia failure both Genuine BargainsIN
I latriteil to attend our itorvicee.S. ,. In quantity and quality. There is a man St. Johns River Line.

W. LAWLER, I'astor.PRErtBVTEIUAS on Bermuda island<< who owns only one *! .

fourth of an acre of land and supports a REAL ESTATE.No. ;: ,

CHURCH.Rmrfeei wife and five children from its products I .................. ............................... For Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points
every sabbath> ai 11 a. m.anil JJOp.m. alone. ..................................................
HiiD'lay f'lI'H" at U.45 a. ""., Chan larilner, In this country a man wants to tam. : 1. Twelve !acres of hammock the St. Johns River.The .

Hiipt at 7 *.Prayer The piihlia ineeUiiK are cordially on VedneHdav invited evening to at- per with a dozen acres, when two or land at Sharpes postofflce, about 300 feet HATS and CAPS V
anil oar (...... CeA. three is as .much as he can properly fronton Indian River ana runs back to
K. M.\ GOOUKLI., nwtor.HAPTI8T handle. To illustrate the pineapple county road; has upon it a house of six elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

craze, we have an organization knownas rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,600-; In all the latest "''cit37ce: JTiXOlSLSO n.'V'1.11e "
S < CHURCH. the Pineapple Growers' Association, barn, stable, outbuildings etc. Has a ,
An exclusively: one Idea affair. From grove of 600 large beating trees, in fine CAl>>T. W. A. SHAW,

!morning 1'reah1ngeery anil!: ereulnr._nil Prayer and mirth MonlinR l'Iun.laY8.' every I my standpoint they started out on the condition before the freeze and will soon B 10 OkS Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays. and Saturday at 8.00: p. m., returning!
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Tuesdav. e,enlnn at 7 JU o'clock guniluy 'School wrong track. Instead of picking up an recover and bear good crop. Remainderof .. . Sanford Mondays and Thursday at 5.00:( a. in.
...
very ftnnctav at 1t:3It a. Alto prenchlnenmt exclusive hobby, it should have been afarmers' land cleared, and Is of best quality for .

. Hill.HilinUr All are.at ecinllitlly LnOran invluid cei ftorond to attend.Sunday, Oak association, and bad a diversity vegetable farm. This property was held SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDVLE. I :i0RTH!< Du,,
H. A. GKiaRK Putor of Interest to come together and anallza firm at f0OUO one year will sell today Reali down. I, 1I0.d 'I

and Rift, so that each one could have the for 3,800; .1,1100 cash and 2,20J( Men's Leave 3.811)>. m. .........................J.ck onvllle......................... Arrive 3.))
benefits of results from experiments, to remain on mortgage. This is a .. 8.46 )>. ro. .......................... ..l.l\latka.... ........................ Leave it<1
know what Is moat profitable to nay II 3.110 B. ro. ........... ..............A tor... ................ ........... 8.11I
CATIIOUG CHURCH. produce most desirable place for a home good II 4.811 a. ro. .........................St. Fmncls.... ....................... 1.3'I
Service at 1(1( In new and how to produce it. Other Industries location close to postofflce school ., 5.30 a. ro............... ............ Here for a III.
Sunday
Cliuruli building North every Tltuivlllo. (Jhlid.ren'uteatechiens are as much interested In shipments church etc., and in nice nelgliboihood. 6.00 :: ::.:::::::::::::::.:::::::: .I.' ': Springs. :: I
crates fertilizers etc., as the land alone Is almost worth the Arrive 3.30 .. .. c ..:::::::::::::::::::::::::: .
at 8 p. m.Rltv.J.. F. II4YVLE. Rector. pineapple, industry., Then why are they The price bare asked. ($\ Furnishing 0 926 a. m.............................Enterprise... ........ .............. .. II U

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u cut off, to have a separate organization ? Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jackson)
Is "Unitedwe No. 2. Thirty acre tract with houseof
"In union there strength.
M.H, CLYDE, A.T.1\r.. F. M.laONB'ONGER. JR., Flit Pass.Agt,
stand divided we fall." eight rooms artesian well, large por-
B Bowline!!:Oreen, New York. 88 West Hay St.,Jack ontllJtTHEO. |
An exclusive pineapple association tion cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat
Goods O. EOOXR T. M., UNO. L. Fla. Fr't
HOWARD Agt.,
would suggest the idna that was the onlyIndustry Sarno, near Eau Gallie. The land
B Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jack nD1il |
the country was capable of. alone is worth more than price we quote
A.J COLE General Passenger Agent J. A.
LESLIE Superintendent,
Let us reconsider tItle matter and come 2250. The owner refused $$5.000 a year
together and instead of merely meetingonce He must sell without delay, and B Bowling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,Jack onlI.
ago. AND
IN FOREIGN DOMESTIC
|PRO- D. D. C. O. F.
MINK A., 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.
make authorized to take $1,250
a year and elect officers and has us $2,250;
remain .. DUCTIONS. WAI. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agent,
Home formal arrangements about shipping cash, balance may on mortgage.No.
pineapple, let us investigate, and 11 So. Delaware A".,Philadelphia. B Howling Green,New T,)

I sue what. the country i I.. good for, and S. One hundred and thirty-six '
f how to !get at It. Import experts on and MlOOCrell! of land at New Itivor. MEN'S
I( different kinds of crops and fertilizers Three-quarters of a mile water front.
and make the school instead Description as follows : Lots 3 3, 4 and
I organization: a
\\f : : of a mere formal "assembly. In 8 of section 13, township CO, south of -
Its present form there la nothing to range 42 east. Price $1,000 for the Southern _

make it Interesting and hence will not whole tract or less than $7.50 per acre; fineTrunks SHOES *+- -sR-
hold together. or we will take $10 per !acre in forty ,

.,,... S. I*. Simmon Other localities In Florida, less fa- acre tracts. We believe a purchaser Railwaj]
BpringHeld: Ohio. vorod than ours, are making the tobacco can sell this land anti double his

Industry a success and scores of money as soon as steamers begin
cigar factories are going Then why to run through the canal next ROUTE.
Walked with Crutches / up. S ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST
stand we all the) dny Idle ? Tobacco December. We own this land our
could be grown on Indian Itlver sufllc- selves but need money to develop other
Rheumatism-Eczema- Swelled lent to give employment to a thousand enterprises, hence offer It at a price 1'BJI0170Jl PULLMAN DB..&.WINO BOOK OARS,

,iI".. Neck-Hood's Cured. cigar makers. We have a great country which will insure early sale. Buy this COMPARTMENT OARS: DINING CABS
hero If would realize and land and double your money. Valises VKSTIBVUBD TZA
OOAOHZS:
*' For two years I have been ick,having people only appreciate THOROUGHFARE: ,
It, and got the benefits out of It, No. 4. The north three-fourths of
'Q been confined:! to the house for a year. I TIMB TO ALL POINTS NAMED.
instead. of waiting for future generations southeast quarter of section 7, and of QUICK
bailie bad eczema for nine years having to do what should do ourselves. But _._ aB9BKSMHBKBSCB =C=MBnn
wo --
lot 4 of section 8, In township :))8, southof
kltled physicians, but received no benefit. tho wheels of profiles movo slow, and range 41 east, containing 150 acres. < C 110"'" AND .AaT. MONTH AN* WttT.
? :lat winter I caught oold and .became outside of the advantages that nature
This tract has a large frontage on the ... .. NI''
f. Afflicted With Rheumatism, provides, mankind la dilatory In lendinga St. Lucle River, two miles from the rail. A FULL LINE OF All .... lull, .lItaotu..0. ... U..;: ;:.. ALL TRAINS'" DAILY. -a.r.5:. iIP...

'which put me on crutches. Last July Icommonoed helping hand to assist nature to lift road crossing. Price $13 per acre. SAMPLES FOR CUS- u...... ...... _ .!! :--
them to Independent state. Nature -
to me Hood'SursaporllU,and hiwprovided, an us with all the health climate No. C. Lot 4 of section 32, township TOM TAILORING a.Jaok."SU..I'.O..I1. a. S .pm Lv.. JaakioDVllle&... .t*.?n..tb.I'II.,TC*..P... T to 0 p p.m 'f'"

before had finished one bottle I laid the and good land we need, and more 37, south range! 41 east, containing 77 ALWAYS ON HAND Lv Lv.v.lIV. O.F.... Its S46p. AtttAt Jt. dauthtraAtlAau ...... :[![:: till
crutches aside. After t.klntwo/ bottle ItuHldos, and It only remains for us to acres. This tract bas a quarter of a Good judges of fine p-. .
the ecrema had left and I almost mile front on the St. Lucle River at ... 10( 41 Ch itano'. .I .. ... I
me wi make the best of It. Life is too short to fabrics, neat patternsand L. Mvsaub, 0. a P. .01 p- I pm ij.-j C .. 'IL.
ClBQlaMtl. 'III
entirely Jree from the effect of a welledneck. Stuart Station. Price $33: acre. .12.
stop to listen to croakers objector per
growling
I know that it was Hood'Harparlllu best qualities will C.l..bla, Southire. I It pm I 00 UtI MlII""rm i1iNii. Houto'm.LouU WWAr i' ..u.
that cured and and fault finder Each one of No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres gi. ,tsJro tt. U. .. .
me I think it cannot find collections -
'. be recommended too highly. Although/ them, have a private grievance of their fronting on Blscayna Bay at Ewanton among our Charlotte, Soutb...... to II pm S III UtI A.> tam>> Uj K.C.M.JTB.. ; JI"'JIDii". ...
87 yeiirs odd< I feel young igain." MBA own which don't pertain to matters Heights one mile south of Cocoanut many choice Kk.... Ii ..
/ M.lo loutb.ru I tII ate 0 to p. 7nfcrT
B. P. blMMONS, East: BprlngUeld:! Ohio. they are growling about. A man will This selections of superior Cr: ra 5. .. .........
Grove. Price $3,000. price :. ,_
may ;Jup. SontkeiAr ....... ....... '
here and lot unscrupulous Aw..nID" Pa..a..11 01 1111
coma a. .
an but if will p. : ,
to which will be
seem high you try buy any goods, HMO*, "
. Hood's SarsaparillaIs squib) mislead him, and as soon as he land fronting on Biscayne Bay in -goodlocation found desirable bargains Ar PbUa4o"hla.. ...). ...,...Paaa....... 01 ,, ::::..:.:..::. 11 41
II ....
discovers his mistake he to denouncing II h ttaooop .. *
!goes you will get your eyes opened I In well ... ... CtBcUniU. the / everything In sight. That is aa to prices asked In that section. This price as At .TotrkPu. N..p. I ............................ ..........: ..
Only the trouble with all these fault finders, tract ia the desirable as quality and style. ... ......... .. "
i'. and stumbling blocks to progress and have left fronting only on Biscayne parcel Bay.we U _"uw.""" 1MB.._... I oo_ f m :::::::::::::::.::: .::::::.1.. .... ... :

True Blood Purifier development. The price asked $5,0(10( will yield us a < t For fall luforoMtloa, apply to any Agont of this great Railway

MONT HAIIDKB. fair profit, and we are satisfied that System or It* cosmectlons.

Prominently !. the public eye today. TEN ))O( LAnS FOR A NAME. nothing higher price.similar This can tract be had will at no a doubt much We Lead in Quality W. A. TURK. 1 A. IENSCOTEH t H. HARDW.CX; ,
V. .... .,
" % Hood's PUIs Moa rar tries babitul. .0. be sold within a few weeks. 0.5.Pass. Vcent, A*.*. tt .. J'ua. ."II\. ..... O... Pu. Ap I
< The Georgia Southern & Florida Ry. WMblt..... D. C. Chittmai*, T.... ta
a In ndiUtlon to their famous Pullman, No. 7. An improved place of 7 acres
chase to the and office and Price.Careful W. D. ALLEN
IlulTatt trains "( uick Step" and "Dixie depot post at Mal Style .
r ALT TIII EUWi IN ONE Flyer" have Inaugurated the fastest ab .r. Large house with upper and lower Florida PaM4)ner Agent

Pullman line in the south between Macon veranda" costing: $1,000.00. 7 rooms; In comparison cannot fail to JAN. O. !! !!!. *U Ws. t flay Street JACK3ONVILLB, PL
IIASKIT.: and Tampa, the route being Georgia fair repair, beautiful river front, lawn, !- ,
Most all the land Is convince of this fact. We ask
: Southern & "Florida Jasper and Plant eto. cleared; 100 you you
A Diversity' of Crops Nembcd., System to Tampa, leaving Macon dally large seedling trees 7,000 pineapples. to come and nee our goods assuring all -
This will make nice home for
at 11J3 a anybody. that 111011 GRADES and .
: p.m., arriving in Tampa. 2iO:: ) one uniform
p. m. next afternoon: returning leave Good neighborhood. Price only $1230.00.: low WE
Let. U. Grow Tobaonn.JKNBBN price will be found In every DELIVER -
Tampa 10:13: a. in., arriving In Macon at No. S. We offer tract known as "As- department. Yours for and =: :i, {:
FLA. 4 a. m. As the names of Its two Jacksonville about economy 45
: Feb. 1-1. 180(1.Ktlitor (. pinwalt, containing 190 acres, In solid
tatlsfa tlor
\ Pullman trains have become section 14, township 27 south range 37 ,
I/i .lilvoc
It baa been the custom of the American its new route with a name that will be at mouth of Banana River. One THE A Piano or Org

farmer to take ult hiM egga to market as appropriate and popular 811 lu two of most prominent points and prettiestcoves
'.. in one basket, and it 10 often results In sinters. Mr. O, A. Maodonold general OB the river. Splendid site for

mUbapa that It has kept the farming passenger agent Silicon, has therefore winter residence Very deep water AT YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION with complete outfit, 5Ult.>]
) industry dUreputo. In what la known offered a prize of ten'doll.irs in gold for close to shore. The best bargain ever EAGLE .to approval after a trial in your own house. No required until you

'". as the cotton states cotton alone baa the most appropriate name, bearing In offered. Price $::1,2.>0.01), or about 17.50 thoroughly satisfied. Our prices'are as low as money house in the United States
any
been the craze, regardlest of dlaaaters mind that the train passes the famous per acre. Was held at :$10X( >0 two years our terms are so reasonable anyone can purchase and for Instrument.
'". from the ravage of the army worm, Suwannee river by daylight All that Is Bg.>. pay an

\ drouth, and low prices. They have nocL'lIlIaryla to!send In this clipping giving NOTK:-The above (description! will The Celebrated CONOVER. ,
'j\ I' tuck to it until they have been literally name' of paper and date together enable customers to locate the several CLOTHING The Renowned FISCHER. 'j PIANOS.
starved out while the same lauil could with the name and address of oae'or properties very closely by examining The Beautiful SCHUBERT. j

'... have been utilized In many ways more more personii who expect: to visit *"V>rlda; one of tho J., St. A. it I. R. R'y com And KINGSBURY.

t. profitable. In Central Florida tha orange this season, to pany's railroad maps,, but we will be Vocation Aeolion, Farrand & Votey CHICAGO COTTA
:t craze ha swept the country for G. A. MAcnoNALn, ,
to send
pleased special maps on a I Urges ORGANS.
", many years. The) people seem to have G. P. A., G. S. A F. Ry., !ale, on application, to parties who HOUSE
lost light of the fact that anything could 1 1'x Macon, U". mean busine and Intend to buy If they -
\. be produced but orange But see on can llnd such a bargain aa they want. money.
,:, what alender cords hang ..everlasting -TIle Walton Rapid Calking Machine,

things; the result of one day, demoralized No. one, "3; No. two, *10; No. three (13Tltusville ROBDIX &: GRAHAM Co., Titusville Florida. THctV.. :IO. Cnn1.pbell .,

the whojp enterprise, and wnketl the pvo Fla. Tituavllle Fix ,
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THE FASHION PLATE. Florida East Coast Railway ; t
WALTER The Three Great
OBBL HOIlIl. BOBBIN t GRAHAM, 8. QUA a JIM. plum The shades dahlia in mulberry velvet and and cloth reddish are Florida West d

much used FOIiMEKLY TlIK
forlpgant fur trimmed cosantes. -
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, .
JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian Rives Railway Coast Hotels
rricB Houns:-From p10mto 12 a.. m., Changeable velvets in exquisite color
and 2 to 4 mixtures: .are employed by high class Tim. Table In Effect Jan. 7th, IHtHI. ,

TITU8VILLB. Brevard Co., Florida. nodistea and tailors in the making of

[o. IkJat, 108. Louis XVI theater and opera capes and South Bound. North Bound. lo"rNED BY THE PLANT SYSTEM- III
In all the courts-state and fed !
Vlll practice coats. Nu. 1Iou Suo: 1\o. No. x... :S...
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STATIONS. 31. 37 23M1II: S"ATIO"Q 711. No.32: 11II ::11011Ly
: for and
facilities examining I
Bueclal land title perfect- Jacqueminot or poppy red velours in J&ebIMlvllle. .. io ll'4.. -i. Bpgl-LvNmitrarhlnn: ::: l Taia m --,--::: :-::: .-: -:-:-:-

t Money to Loan. ribbed patterns, edged with out jet ArSt. Ane,11181a 7411 P OlWi." . Lv Rov,1 l'ulm'IIII 1 7III a III . .. .
gimp used for Lv flIt Augustlne. 11 10 a. .. .. . .. .. ... LY W.111I. nt"u' 715 a .. ?. ,. ..
are decorating the bodicesof LY ...... \ .. 44 a .. . .. .. .. .. .. .. Lv itivIera. . 7\13\ a ... ....... al
INOH S. JONES handsome black costumes for the LY diet. l"'latka. 1:1: (184) ... . .... i., W.Jui.Iter .. .. 7 .41 a . ... .
((1 winter. xr-Pal..tk"... .... 122Aa' :::::::: .. :-:---: Lv H"he Souud.: .. 11114 a in... . .. . .

are Changeable effects in silks satins Lv 'aI..tka,, .11 a6 p .:.:..:.:..:.:. t v Stuart Ahnlw.:::::..: : : : 812 827 : u.: : : : : : : :: :::: :: '
ATTORNEYATLAW.TUSVILLE Ar Mateo. I8 ... Lv Jen.el1. .. . 1111I1. a . . . . !
silk and wool mixtures, and in fancy Lv San Mateo ." 10 M/ a . . .. .... . Lv Eden .... .. . ,144 a '
BREVARD CO., FLA velvets are still the very correct fashion .Ormond .... .... 'J30p . .iv Fort Pierce \IU..a: : : :. : :.: :: ::: :I'I D'4M1SLv I ew(
... Lv Mt i.t le. . 1Ii . . ... I NdtO
Daytona. .. 14:11': . .. .. :>6a" nraLvlort S
County Judge of Brevard County. notwithstanding their long limit of fa. Orange. 152: I' .. . ........ I.v Meb". 1111I.. . 10 JlI a ... . ... 11""" '
voritism. Lv New SInYrna.. .. ::1111 p . .. ... 'a'lm'a .Lv 1I1t.lb..nrne. . 11 14 a in.. .. .. ... .... .i2x, I
'I,1., LY Oak 14411. . :239 P .. . ......... 61111 a .I.v "' ..rllo. .. ..1I.1':. a ,. .. .. .. .. 10... e
Black crepons with brilliantly colored LvTltul..llle...... SISp. . ? .. .... 800a l.v..Clallle..IIl11.:. : .. ... ... 11\4'1'\
L. QAVLDBK.: J. T. SANDERS, figures on the used LvCltyl'olllt. 811II P .. .. ... 9211 a LY HnuklCtljt1l hU.III: ) l' .. .". .. .. 3011' i
at wavy background are LY'ncoa...... ... 811II1' .. .. . ?. 91111a Lv'mn+fl. .... . ,1224pm.: .... . :l1I'Ly :. www
it Notary. for elegant dinner and visiting gowns Rockle,11(1/ : hUe 4121: . . ...,000a. LVCity I'.III .1133pIn.: : . .. . 3Gga'Lv
itI1" AULDEN' A SANDERS aud these 40 inches wide cost from $2 Eall. "allle. ...,. 451 P . .. . .. 11 :lII a I.v TII"\lle.\ .I 017 I' ... ,. .. . 6q I'Lvl'llrno. w
it l r .... . 4114 P .. .. ....11:111: a I.v Oak H\11.\ .. .,. 1"11' .. .,.. t\J\11:!
! to f 7 a yard. Melbollrne. .... 5Dlp .. .. .1loon: I.v New $j ll11yrlll\... :215II 11\1 . 7301': '
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Lv 'Ieb""tlan' ... .. S 4:1: P .. .. .. ..:. 11111 l' I.v I'ort Orange, :l1It1 l' . . .. .
it 4 I Will practice In all the Courts of the State Very handsome costumes are made of I.v At .....le . ., 631 p .. .. .. .. 4151 Lvlaytona. .. :247 I I' 11\ . .
Itd' r Klorwa" and the United States Court moss green corduroy trimmed on the Ar.'ort I'lerce.... 643 I' .. .. . .. .... 4301' LvOrlllu1I.1. 3 nil I' 1\1 ... .. .... .. .. .
f v Eden: .. ... 712 P .. .. .. .. .. .. ... I.Y East. I.alatka... 4:111: I' III . .. . .. .. 4
d'tF' | P. O. Box,230.! T1TUSVILLE, FLA. coat front with rich iridescent passe Lv.JenRen.... ... 717 I' ........ .. .. .. .. ,. Arson 1I teu-:7: 4III-m. :-7':":': .
Honey to Loan. 18 menteries and elsewhere decorated with I.v IiItllart. ... T 211 I' ...... .. .. .. .. . .. 12\1 I' na .. .... . .. ... i
U lt I.YAlicla ,. .. .... 7a111' :... .. .. .. .... .. .."Arl9alatka -
t 1 1t narrow bands of dark mink fur. tlobeflunnd ., . .. ...... -4146 ti\ .. Hotel Florida
t TITUS Fancy belts of fine gold plate not I.v W' 'III.lter.. :: 813 BOlli'I' :.. .. .. .. ... ... Lv 1Mlatka.,: .. .:: 406 1'1\1_ ..,.. .. .:.:.:.= Fainpa Bay Tampa, "
DWELL I.v Riviera 8 >ltll' ........ .. . ... Lr H..tlnItR... .. .. 4434 I' 01LvW \. . . i
more than two inches wide and fastened Palm poach. 81M1I' .. .... ..?? .. . ... Arl'lt. A"ItIlRtI1l0. II III'I\I., .. .. . .. .. The Seminole Hotel Winter Park Fla.
ATTOUNEY-AT-LAW. with handsome gold clasps are worn I.v Royal. 01110' na' 91MI I' .. .. .. ?.. . ... I.v I'It.' Allltll"tlne. II all l' "'I$ 7 011'11 ::4i a . ,
a4U Arl'hn Beach Imo 0011 P ....... ... . .... Arjarksrmvlllo. 6411 I' 11\ 815a 1224: ( I' .. .
I Practice In State and Federal courts. Land with some elegant dinner and reception
The Inn
Port
all the
title* specialty. Attorney for Hoard of dresses just brought from Paris. A. & W. Branch. Tampa, open year.

01, pounty Commissioners, and Oounty Solicitor. Very bright colors appear upon the --.- .
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'. O. Box 84. ; fronts SOUTH' BOUND. NOKTIt 1UHTN1I.STATION'S. .
+ta. TITU8VILLE, FLA. of gowns worn even upon the

I promenade. Brilliant cherry, orange,, No S Xo.l No. No STATION No 2 No 4 Ye. '

. Hall Silas yellow, green and other striking colorsare Lv. New Smyrna 73flTsinpii.I> 045a.. .... O. Cltv Jiinu 9IUSp. I F44II ..... The florida (Central & peninsular Railroad
.ptS Freeman B. Wright. used in velvet for stock collar and Lake Helen Cia: ... .. ... Orange' City 12np 41111' .... .
Attorney-at-Law, DeLand, Fla I.vO..ll1e.lty; 3 Mp: II 37a ... .. . lake Helm 1 Ollp 3411... .. ... .
vest or plastron front. Ar n. City Juno. 8 JOp' 11 4Ba . .. ..... Ar Now Hinvrna' 111111,134411' . ,.

HALL & WRIGHT The jacket with stitched. bands simulating Short Line between Florida and all Nortlierw STohfttsk.
TralnnSt and 37, dailY betweenJaekeonvllleand St. Augustine.
INSURANCE AGENTS, box plaits, belted 4a the back and Train 23 and 200 dally except. Sunday. Only 138 MUhs! between Savannah. and JacksonvSIIu..
having open fronts over a fancy vest; retains Train 31 south of St. Augustine dally except Sunday.
Tltusvllle, Florida. favor for youthful wearers, both I Trains between New Smyrna and Orange City Junction dally except. Sunday Everett, Savannah Augusta Ga., Columbia Washington. Baltimore
Tl one Time T..ble1l1howa. the time at which train may be expe< ted to Arrive and depart from
Representing the "Old Hartford," here and abroad. This model bus full 'I ha set er il Rtatlon. but their arrival or departure at the time stated U. not itunianteml. nor doe. Philadelphia New York. Boston and! the East.
Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the sleeves and two cape collars edged with the Co upmny hold Itaelf renponslble for any delay or any ooiuwquenceii arlnliiic. tawrefonn. i
lending companies.. Are prepared to narrow fur.-New York Post. J. R. A inOTT, J08KPH ItlCHA1U>HON. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chittt MM>K., NiiHhvlllo, LoeJtwIlle, Cincinnati:)
write lines up to $20,000 In any part of V\ic-1'reiildent. Oen'l J'.n&er Apnt. and Chicago

Brevard county. STAGE GLINTS. Everett, Hlrmlnglmmv. Hotly Sprlnjfw, Memphis, I.lttlo Rock,. Kansas City St.Louis .


JJI C\YJIE BAY, DACE COUNTY. Lilla Linden has made a hit as the River, Chicago Junction, Sioux, 1'00aal10111 City Mobile, New OilcanH, TOXMH MoxleuH. euilUuinln!: ,I I
The Trunk Line.
W. SWAN, i Mexican girl in the opera "Yetiva. Tropical and tlioI'ncllloCoaxU Effective Dec. 2, IHUrt. .,

J. U. S. COMMISSIONER. Henrietta Croeman has assumed the Now York VMtk Fait .
B lavatwo a.rrva.a knuivdilleis7v.. ,',
wr Mall Leave* Jiu : an anil min '
Notary Public State at Large. leading role in "Burma" at the Boston "a I'. ., dully, with 1'lmmJh"UDIIIII !Ihl"I'er.' for
theater. Jacksonville, Tampa & Key West Railway. au vim. was Kvnrutt: Hiivniinuh. 'uliiiiililn. WiiNliliiicmn' Hiiltliiiortt .:
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. A l'hll"delplr'lu| l New Yolk* Uiwtwn and all
Correspondence solicited. Address: Augustin Daly has secured Victor Koning's ma. .ewWVv 1''orlll"'llItI': AcrlvuH Jiu knonylllu VtAa.in.: I
View Hotel dramatization of "L'Abbe Con- JOSEPH H. DURKEE Receiver.No. w unit, !ItlIII"III.:: .
Bay Cocoanut
Grove .
('IIIJ'nrt.mellt' ( am lietwowi !St.! Aiiiiitlne| and
Office Ewan's Landing. stautin" for Ada Rehan's use. r. w an. N"w \ ork. DlnalguaretouudituukNashlug. -
SOUTH ,
a Courtenay Thorpe is to become a Time T..bl.. In Kffeot Jan, II, .1N1. NOIllllNO. rI w rw, a vas ,awns i t 0 n.
Ne. 21. 10.23 3---7'-N-I' .. .
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... :-I No.12Si __ : : I -
w. ALLEN, member of the Girard Avenue theater ... . .1050 a 800 p 830a I.v..... ...JA'KBONVU.t.I.Ar!: ."H-no a m 3otpm B 40 p in '- ., I" Only I.liio Through the ......tlf"l 11111
GEORGE (Philadelphia) stock company. ... . ..,. 83H" 8 I'a. . .. Orange Park.. ,. ... ... 720alll ::111M! p in\ .. .. .. ? ', '{I ('.."nt..y..f IMIildln !..1..1..... l>.>..ti>lM, and
. 84llp IIIHla. . ... . .PeorlaArj .. .... . 7 IW a m 231pnn.II32a .. J'/74.t i e ramliln IXMIVO Jiickiwinvlllu. U:JA .
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW Caroline Hamilton, the original Maid .. ... 9I51| 9 in a . . ...lIll\ltnolia. ... ... . 1140am 2 1 j 1> III 453pin118sa : wui, 0 fur l..iku t'lly.liny.Live' (atk. Miiillmiu Miintlcolln: a III.,
. 92.1" 9:1la.: : ....Green Cove Biirlnai' ... ... 631lalll Marian in "Robin Hood, will soon .. .. . .. 10 III) p UIMlaIDiift ... .Hontwlrk .. . 1I7..111. ) .. .. qw Now Orlimiw, and I the itiuthwimt., Mezlnn. tall.funilik .
Key West Floiida. sail for Europe, her intention being to .. .. .. .. 1223a1)311') / .. .a.. ... .Palatka..,..... ... IIMI..III: ) 144)pin. 4101'011 i" n. ,mill the 1'itnlilii, (uiwt.. arrlim:. .
.. .. .. H04p 104,4i. ., ... ,SatHuuia. .., 4/1Oalll/ ...... ... d PI 0'041' Arrived JiMkjHinvllleT' :10 a. III. Sluopen.
Will in study in Paris.A . ..... 11 lp 11 Ola . Pomona.. .,.. .. 44"a"0 U: 47 1 din .. ..., <
practice the United States number of theater managers will . . . .. II 41 a 11 Ilia ... CreHUent City Junction. .... 4 2.1 lalll U: :.15 |, int2 ..3l9.... +J d' yij -
and State Courts. Cjunl)5D . ... 113: p 1:1114: 11 snai .. ...Sovllle... ... 4iiiSanr. III p III pm12411a ,;:, ,-? LlurvusdauksonvllWUrlSamJcratarkaflaw.:
meet in Hartford shortly to form "an .... ... ... .... \: (lap|. .. .... .HoLeoii SprliiK.. .... ... 327"11I 1147alll ...... 1 y i H a. t.hnrllllJ Mllvur Hi>rliiK>'>ran. flain Nvlllii! <'xl dar
association for mutual protection against .. . U: 4U a 1:1: la":l|! .... .. .. Olenwood ... .... 31UaIII II 41 am .. "y Key I \\IJilwooil, LveHhnrir. Tavar. Alioiikit. ,
;. ..:. lilliI' 1'tJa: U. 27i|. .... ...,. .IteroHford. .... .. ..... 30/lalll/ l1Mlalll: 94oint 1 urliuiilut Lnuoo..h e. Dmle 'Itjr, 1'luiit City,
|B. B. L. WILLS, barnstormers. . .... | .... 1:1: 41\.. ., .... f II115 a in1147am ..2 20 p n L J A ? Taiupu. Arrive Jaulmonvllle 3.45p. m.Clnchmatl .
........ t 8o I'. .. . 12 10)): Lv I .DeLanil I II.v .. .... .: 2 M p' 111 o I 1\
Next season Willard Lee of the "Bon .. .... U2H p. ...r2: 2sp.| ... .... .Enterprlxa ..... .... . . ..t 8 35 a m t2141pm: \ a and riortda llmlttil leave .lurk., ,
Die Scotland" company, will star in a . .... 441p.: :l4'J"| .... ... ...OHteon? ...... . .. ... 1I0aalll I .4111'111 N A S S O 0 smvIle74MI. .. : p, ni. Solid Vu.'II..II"r8In., 'Ihiiw
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, Winslow . ... 3 40 p .. .. .. 34ry 1|1' .. ... . .. ...Mini. ... ... . . .. . .... 641lalll l 1:1411"11I: N Id w-, I .a llttlHovnr :MbouH to (rinohinatl. via. !MIMOII.Atlanta. .
play written by Herbert Hall .... .. 34111'. . 3451|' .. .La (traniteTUtmviLLlS..... . . . II/ilia/ m 1lIIIII'UI: : uw TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. and W. R. Wilson entitled "The Ever . ....1350p/ ..... YaMMAre.)| ...... ..- !: ......... Lv. ? ,,19211um113Opint : YHI 1i '4,A I 1.IN'I' : all imliHn, north wallrteaA ,
. .. 32:11': .. . 8 Mf: .... .,. Paola. ... . ...... 7 05 a in 1141 a m .' 1 unMt." ArrivsJauk.onv. $ :211! a. in.
OFFICE:-Hutclilnaon Avenue glades. ........ 3I1TI' .. .... 8 57)). ... . . Sorrantn............ . ... OOllam 1I1aall1 e.IITaAL A-M?ar, =
tile near Gilmore and Leonard who are known .. ... 411 p..., .. 4111 .. .... .... .Mt. lx>ra... .. .. . 11411"11I Ilolam vxxuxctu
Indian River hotel. .... . t 420 p... ..t420p|' Ar.... ... .1'avarnH. ... .,,. Lv .. .. . 4 5 /Hin in 11050. am 0-M.usw p H"IlySpringsEunte.' St. I. nilH.: Knnmm City,
a8 "Ireland's Kings" will leave vaudeville .. .. ... 23/11'/ 215/ s 1 inp Ar.... .. .. ..Sanford..LvI22(4ain. : ( 10 nn a III 'WII'III' 00"". WO. in. via.
shortly and begin a starring tour .. 3M p 3111a :I)71'( ..., ..,..Altamnnte HprliWg\ !..... . 1141 .a ni 10 in a m 10:11.11I: !Million' Atlanta. lllrinlnxlliilii, !llnlly Spring| |
..... ., 3211 I'. 832 a :2 I 20l| ..... ?WI"tor I uk. .......... drain IOllnain) 12Aipii,I M mililn| RprlntHiM' ( ., Knnnnn' City St.' Ixiuln. f'lIlc'"I' (", Hlonx (Ity. Tlir iirh| miwiixm wltliniiB
JOHN ASPINWALL, in a new comedy, the title of which is .... .... 335/ p 445 a 231'1''| .... . ....Orlando... . . 1'1Mlain: \ u M..a in 1:14111': 111 change to huiiMiwClty. .and He Limi.. .and only one change. to ('lilc KO and Pimm city. Arrive
"Hogan's Alley. ..... 4014211.; ) .a 3 07'|] ... . ,.KlHKIinmee. .. .. .. .. ..IlI14am: 0 25' a in 12 IK ill JurkKonvlllii: a. u,.
.. .. 7 441 I' "7 720 .a 5 Ofl) |): Ar.., .. .. ..Barlow.Punta ,, ......Lv :2 00 p in 7 40 a in II 50) a 111 IllsI'Mr1A111.IfurTallnhlae.0eanalIntennolllatatoUds, Arrive .JarkRllllvlll.. 8 :41 Ii. in.l .
Louis Martinetti, now successfully .... tIO..II' 8 15 p,;10 40))' Ar.. ... . REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE. Check will . . 017 8141a( "81upAr( ... ... .. .. Tampa. ... .Lv 836am/ 70nn Fur MIUIIIII' Atlanta, two'rrlll"" Dully. 1/eave Jlwka""vlllll lull) a. in and 7 iK( > |i, in.
appearing in "A Baggage . .. 8J2 ]1,1 1 8211 a 0'alp.| .. Tampa' Hny llotul . . HI5p in 6 //MII') m 10 INI a ni Pullman Hlonpiir on all Night Tr hnu.Cr .
probably originate the leading comedy ..... M/I/la/ / 6111..Ar... .. ... PortTamiiu. ... .....IvAr .7wpm: 610alll. .
play .... ... MnnanlThur.. OnqLv..PortTam'm.( ..... ... .. Thur*. andMun. Bend for Dent Indexed. Towimlilp Map of Klorlilu. to
EAU GALLIE, FLORIDA. part in Charles A. Blaney's new .... .. Tuo &; Friday.. 8 IM'I' Ar...... ....Key Went. .... . .IvLv e :10 p in Wml. and Hut.Weil MACDONEIX
N. PENNINCITON A. O.
"A Boy Wanted. .. ... Wed and Hut. 0 OOa Ar .. . ... .Havana. ... . 1211I11' In and Hut.' S. ,

John Oliver Hobbes (Mrs. Craigie) Traflio/ Manager. General. Passenger Ag't.
D,R. M. D. L. DODSON, will arrive in New York in time to seethe Dally t Daily except Sunday.

Train. 23leavingJackaonvlleilailyatS34)a. m., arrive at Iltwthorne at 11 :40, Galnenvllle. .. .. .. .. ..-.-
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DENTIST. production of her play..JoIU'Dey'lEDd III:311. Ocala I :.JO Loe.burg 3:;:25. Krooknvllle Silo: p. m. T
In Lovers' Meeting," with Ellen Train. 23 .and 7H parry through Pullman Buffet 81i...|'ilnt( rant. hntween Now York .and PtTampi.
Train 124 and 125:. -Through VeHtlliiilu and chair care. Iwtwnun Jarknonvllle" and Tam]>u.
Specialist in Operative Surgical and Terry in the principal role. Train 21 .and 32, through Pullman sleeping oar Lutwoun Jackminvillo: and Tampa' HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !

Mechanical. Dentistry. W. n. COFFIN G. 1'. ACKFRLY,
TURF-----TOPICS. General Superintendent. General PaHiteiiKer. Agent
WEST PALM: BEACH, FLORIDA.
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Hal O, 2:35: is by Hal Dillard --- -- MANUFACTURED BY -

T? W. CRAVEN, 2:04M. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

Budd Doble will spend the winter In Chapman cfc Sudlo
DENTIST ,
Europe. Florida, New Vork,

TITUSVILLE, FLORIDA. Five of the new 9:10: performers are to Philadelphia and Boston. South Jacksonville, Florida.
be credited to Oregon.

Office east side Hutchinson avenue, near Afrite won 14 races and was twice gulling; from Ferimmllua, Fin., and. / On.PAKSKNOEIl .

Indian River Hotel. second out of 1 7 starts. SEItVICK. For Oranges, Vegetables and Pineapples.

Sirock, :14K.: has won every race he Steamer train Innveii Jnnknonvlllo. d'nlmi Depot), "Att
baa started in ibis season. RAIL," F. C. !&; I'. R. K. 'Iliumluy. only, U:.to I', in. Arrive
"T\R. F. HOUGHTON ; llriiniwlclt 10 p. n.. I'amienicvr. going' ..t OIILU on Imuntcanter. -:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
Directum will make the coming sea .

son in the stud in Kentucky. Through car without" traimfor Jiu'kmmvllle. to Brunswick. Dealers In all kinds of Raw Material, such an Sulp. Potash, Kulnlt, CottonSeed :

DENTIST. Driver Ed Geers has won 65 of the PItOPOSBO BAILINGS Meal, Nitrate of Clcla' etc., etc.
E. R. JO.J. Standard Time. Bone ground and steamed In the factory In three different' grists.B3T" .
in which he has driven this year. Lv. New York Pier 21 8: Bi ( ) I.v.lln.n.wlck.
Atlantic Block ., Daytona, Fla. races Friday Dee.II). ........... .... .......... .COLORADO.. ., ................ ... ....Frtdayfhn.27. Send for Pamphlet and 1'ilcu
Myron E. MoHenry the noted driver Friday. D,o. 27.. .... .. ....... ......RIO OKANDM!! ... .. .. ... ........ .Friday. .. .'a... 8 -- -- -- ._- .--- --._---
decided It is reported, to re- "Friday' Jan. 3. ... ..........,..... ......... .(;'OIX>RA1>I ..... ............ ...... ...Friday, Jitn. If I ----- -
baa about Friday, Jan. 10........... .... .......... ...RIO (OKANDK ... ..... ...... .,...... Friday.Ian."' '
.A LEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, tire from the turf. Friday Jan. 17.. .. .... ............. ..... .COLOHAI.HJ ....... .. .... .. . ..Friday, .'..n. a.
For /fInerallnformatlon. cteamer' train. ratm, eta. to railroad, to
/ apply. any agent or
ATTOKNEYS-AT-LAW The gray gelding John B. Baldwin, H. H. RAYMOND, Agent/ Fernandlna, Via. CHAS. I>A VIKH.!! Agent, iIIl! W. Buy Ht. J.f,knonrllle. FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
9 :215)(.' by the Long Island lire Fallls] H. H. RAYMOND, numeral Southern Agent, Unlll..wII'k.. la.
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVABES, FLA. recently I trotted six winning raoee in C. H. MALLORY General Agent, Slier :20, E. River, and JbJ: llnnuiway, X. V. ,

Will continue to practice In the courtsof 18 days.A. West Palm Beach Florida.

the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All E. Alvord of Syracuse ba par ,
:eJ-C- az
OE3.A.S. rz C C
bualness before the United States and chased the colt] Hod P, .a full brother to .c.. ".

State Circuit; Courts will receive the Mascot 2 04. The colt U said to bevery VEALEHH IN .eio t oI
personal attention of Mr. Alex St.
Ciair-Abrame. fait.Before. Fine Wines: an.c1 'Liciuorlt: ; >Ia, : aca -,> ""''CG

being retired for the season tI:2::: :

Earlmont 3 :K)0) Jtf, showed .a ball in lesa SOT 300.A 311 W. Bay Si., -_ Oc
John B Stetson University minute. Strathberry secured ;
than .a C.s
JACKSONVILLE FLA.
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5S
and
18 track records this season was a

DeLand, Florida.For drawing card at western fairs. Rye and Bourbon Wblikle from f 1.78 "'CII -

John R. Gentry's last race at Beids- to Hrandle*Ji per from gallon.'1.78 to 13.75 per gallon. :;J =

Academy both Art Sexei.School College and Conservatory Normal School 01 ville, N. C., with Joe Patchen giver ftr* We make a Specialty of North Carolina. ::a pa.: .
.
Mountain Dew Corn thre a'
Miulo. the WhUkey ...
An Institution of Ornt rank. Faculty him the championship among pacing old, ti&D: gallon. >
year per
twenty teachera. Seven .1' c.cn
elegant building.* actual
neated by team, lighted by elwitnelty. Ho stallions by reason of his con Jng -I gal.. ZftcU 2 gal.,36ct, 3 gal., PURE -=-= "'CII
and cold water bath Thoroughly; equipped quests.-Turf. Field] and Farm. 6O ymnaiilnm.. Phynlcal Culture Kep- gal, 'lt 10 pI., '1.28; "bbl... -- a cxa
with Military Drnforyoung men. Library of '1.110. t cc
=
6.ooIU volume Reading room with all leading Th Cam Parties living In Dry Town. will do :
Periodical and dally and weekly paper*. well to order from u., aji we can aaver
"lsbomsatoriee. Separate chemical for phyilca First Debutante-My. cheeks are all them BO per cent on all order. WHISKEY: cd cO
School building Mu.io and on fire r>r>Always lend money with order :z-: -
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with artlMt of
limn entabliihed repnta- ...
In I thought there W.-wlll not open new account un. C=>>
Debutante-
charge. Second December Second
term
2T. open .ul table Jacluonvllle reference l I. given.: .: t
mat.lon Lea, to Send for catalogue, Riving; full Infor- was .a small of burning paint.-Town No tkxMln went C. O. D. to Dry Town_. -c .

JOHN I., FORBES Pre.ldent. and Country Journal.Manager .

Boats hauled'' out and Ropnirod nt the lo\ves
Have you seen it; f Seen what P Why Ta. Mu .or ... rs-
the Walton Rapid Calking Machine. If Yea. we advertised for .a figure Prompt. attention given to orders.
you own call Estimates given on all kinds of boats.
or row boat, don't fall to watchman

aver have ,one and on is hand.patented It U In great the United labor night Applicant-Then I'm just; the one forth JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly Executed AgeD for the CelebratedWOLVERINE.

States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A place. The slightest noise will wakeme ENGINE for the East Coast of, Florida.l
few of the state up.-Exchange.
right will be sold at a _
at the "Advocate" Office.
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Wal

ton, TltuivUle. Fla e r-- -. A. T. ROSE.









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'j INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 17, 1896.

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-* HBI1S RIVER ADVOCATE. 4A '- see all our sources of income grad have occasioned the removal Simon White City.
ually drifting into other channels,, Ilamberg and J. B. Garner from the jail It Will Take You only
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of Brevard county, beg leave to report as
when earnest effort and ,
by an a
i' ; WCBKLV JOCRN.ilIMIVOTBD TO THB follows: lettuce and radishesare to read
Beans
gg-plants, three minutes
DKV..I strong pull and a long pull on the I The Is supplied with ,
OPMCNT Or TUB INDIAN ''HIVBH, county a strong being shipped from this place dally,
BA'Y SECTIONS. of our people we could retain jail-one of the best in the state.
WUHm AND 1IIHOAVNK part and the returns have, to date, been
I II up
I them: This much accomplished, a We find, from the evidence. submitted this ad., and it will
very satisfactory.
I I with their findings, that the sheriff was DL-- I
track could be laid from
Banana not from drink The Florida East Coast R'y __ _
\ Officer Washington Avenue, Titusville Incapacitated or any companywill of : _
the rate
1:I Indian River, Florida. River to Canaveral pier, where other cause from properly protecting and build a shell road from White Cityto pay you at

: freight can easily be landed or guarding his prisoners, and that he did its main line, at North Ankona.

t shipped from small sea-going craft. protect and guard them while In his Work will commence in a few weeks. a Dollar a Minute

I f'UBLISJlED BVEKY FRIDAY The Canaveral section is a favoredone custody.We farmer 24 I IA..T
I do not find that there was any Peter L. Jensen, a ,
\ and
in and at living near here, accidently shot ,
i many respects pres mob or unlawful. nusemblyin Titusville at
I.. : ent they are shipping large; quantities any time while said prisoners were In killed himself Wednesday; morning white I
( HA'*.WALTON, rubliHher&Proprietor of custody here, nor that they were at any loading a muzzle-loading shot gun.: A

I )' lloimv J. ANTHONY, '. EllltClr.r oranges.No time after their arrest In danger of mob coroner's inquest was held at once, and
j' doubt our senators and congressmen violence. the jury's verdtct was that the man came

.. would assist us in the Wo believe that there Is no occasionfor ( to his death by accidental discharge of a

I i; Sulaerlpt/ow. ; matter, it the people. would pull keeping these prisoners In another shot gun. lIe was buried at White City
'
j I Twelve months, bf.m together-and make proper repre county, and that they will be perfectlysafe cemetery yesterday. *. The Surprise Store *;I .
In We the
1 ,.. Throe"Six' -- .. 1.00:.00 sentations. Who will be the first of our the own people jail.of Titusville submit and the petition ,

Single copy .e one to head this movement ? Do evidence taken In thlsinvestlgatrbn with Fort Pierce.Rev. .

Btrlotly lit advM-oe. not all speak at once. this report, and ask for such action In
the premises as may be deemed tit
1 Done In open seHHion, this 8th day of W. C. Barnes held divine service
of THE APPLE. January, here last Sunday morning, to a large: St. Augustine Florida
Include Um-pajment pHt-
j" The above rate* ,
timeJ II. SIIAKPK.:, chrm'n. congregation.Capt. ,
"I\e. Subscriptions can ermtrenoe any ISI'6.jw.
J( .during the year. The ADVOCATE has, on several I D. HOKE. Joe Smith's yacht, in charge of
I T. BUDCIK. Mr. Joe Fisher. left for Titusville
occasions, drawn attention to the JOHN HOUSTON.
1 UlHonntlniiMiee m..v* .'WMatt. bB made jierunally healthful qualities of the apple, (.J. MENDEL.It Wednesday

at this aOk or by wvlMng.UKMBRVOP and it has strongly advocated their appearing that W. J. Tucker has Mr. J. B. :Merriwether, of Welt Palm IT is the fate of prices to suffer

made application to the Board for a per Beach, was up on a visit Monday. amputation with the coming of the
being eaten; peeled, night and :New Year.
mit to kill or capture a manatee or sea .There has been a good deal of rain
morning. A timely bit of information I cow for scientific purposes, and the EVERYTHING IN THE
e ''THE FLORIDA PRESS: A SOCI.Ai1'tONAFFILIATICD is the emphatic endorsementof Board being satisfied that the interest of lately.

VHTll. TUB the apple as a hygienic agent by science will be subserved; therefore, It Professor Kline, a first-class prestlgita- Store
1 Is ordered that the said W. J. Tucker be' tor, held a performance here :Monday Big
+ Natton KdUvrial Attociation.A'tdrem Dr. Beutzer, of Germany. lIe declares granted a special permit, under Chapter night at the school house to a largecrowd

: that an apple eaten imme- 4208, Sections 1, 2 and 3, Laws of Florida of people.Dr. With a tinge of winter about It has

diately before bedtime will pro to kill or capture one manatee or been greatly reduced In price, and now
all om_.mlc trm+ to mote general health. Its dietetical sea cow In Brevard county, but this Platt was called to Waveland' it Is nothing short of a Bargain Pic-
permit shall only extend to the killing Tuesday night. Nio to shop here.
INDIAN WVWR ADVOCATE, aa well as alimentary substance !is
Y or capturing of cue such animal. Mr. T. C. McCarty was in town
T1"1'/IJ'frLLIII'I'L of the highest order. It contains On hearing the petition of J. P. Saw- Wednesday.Mr. '

more phosphoric acid in an easily toll et al, for a change of public road If Yon Can't Gome don't hesitate to solid
digestible condition than other from Uardevllle to Dr. W. Holmes' Sam Carson, of Waveland, was a ,
Check;etc., may be made
I 111.: ; W ALTOM,publlsltel' aDd proprietor. product. place to run back, O. E. Chester, Everett There was an Ice cream party and
1. It Is good brain food. Sorensen and G. Argetsingor are hereby Your Orders
dance at the residence of Mr. J. S. Bell, right along.
-_ 2. It excites the function of the appointed three disinterested persons to Saturday evening. Your correspondentwas
v liver. mark, view and lay out the proposed all
i unable to attend, _but from accounts -
'QUIt chief editor has been' at
road
I' last Friday 3. Promotes a >Bound and quiet between upon the most practicable route a most enjoyable time was spent. Nine cases out of ten will get just
..West Palm Beach since said points, under Sec. 4, Chap. you as
; .! so our associate-editor occnpies sleep. 4U14, Laws of Florida.In Mr. P. L. Jensen, of White City, was

s the editorial chair thisweek. 4. Disinfects the mouth.agglutinates the matter of a public road between found dead, outside his residence, good selection as if here in and in
r person,
5. It the surplus Georgiana and Merritt, it appearing by Wednesday morning, with a gun lying
:, i .. petition to the Board of F. C. Cantina alongside of him. Despondency Is sup
,. acid of the stomach. and others that there are serious objections posed to have caused him to kill him Every Case the very

6. It paralyzes hemorrhoidal dis to the opening of said road upon self.
; successful artificial 1
.
; A VERY turbances. the line laid out by the viewers further

"' ,': :larynx for a man who had lost his 7. It helps the secretions of the action upon said road is deferred for the Fine Schr. Yacht for Sale. BEST VALUES We have will be Sent.

'f 'voice, !is credited Prof. A. Stuart, kidneys and calculous present.
" : rtf the University of Sydney, Australia. prevents On motion, It was ordered that the
concretions. petition of A. V. Hlscock et al. in the Schooner, 61 feet over all, 14ft. beam, You
f The changing of certain 8. It obviates indigestion. matter of J. II. Wilson's (col)wife being 22 inch draught with sailing: ballast: can Order with Full Confidence, as

reeds makes the voice -soprano, 9. It !is a good preventive against .reported Insane, be referred to lIon. M. two state-rooms; main cabin, 12x14, and

,: rtenor, contralto or bass at wilL diseases of the throat. 'S. Jones, county judge. I 6ft. Sin. head-joom; patent W. C.; sep- this is the LARGEST DRY GOODS STOREin
_On motion, it is ordered that the clerkof arate room for crew and galley. Fine
this Board communicate with the U. comfortable yacht for cruising ou Indian
: WHEN trade is' dull, advertise 13HEVAUD COUNTY COM S. fish commissioner, with a view to River, Lake Worth or Biscayne Bay. the whole State of Florida.

: ,!, You will be surprised how business stocking the St. Lade river with shad. Will sell cheap for cash.
will up. The merchant who' MISS IONEItS. The report of M. S. Jones, for licenses Further particulars by writing to
,,' spry Issued during the month of December, C. U. W.,
waits for trade to come to him will T- -W- '
ESI1 IBS
been
Tbe Board of Commlsloners having examined and found correct. ADVOCATE office,
,,', be' like the horse la 'dlover (field County is approved. Titusville, Fla. ,
met to
pursuant adjournment. Present
:. :, 'whtali starved to death because the Wm. II. Sharp, chairman F. T. Budge: The report of A. J. Carlile, cattle
;
,
,t ':' .' forage ,wasn't put Into his mouth. clerk J. Houston, and J., U.E.D.Bowman Iloke; ,A.sheriff.A. Stewart The, ber Inspector, 1805) ,for having district been No.examined 1, for Decem-and A Weather Report Error. Proprietor of the Surprise Store,

found .
is
correct approved.On -
following business was transacted:
,, ,Y., t < A REASON for doubting that The minutes of the last meeting were motion is ordered that a permitbe MELBOURNE BEACH, FLA., Jan. 10, '00 ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

i' ", ; ', -oxygen Is an element has been .. read and approved. granted A. B. Hunter to carry a
Winchester rifle No. 1318 calibre Editor Advocate :
to the London Royal On hearing the petition of C. A. Robinson 44.
given Society
"" : et al for change of county road On hearing the petition of B. R. Wilson I beg leave to call your attention to JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNETT Vice-President;
3Ir.MS.. C. C. Under the
!, by Baly. and others, to O. M. Robbins
from Ankona to Jensen the. following pay what 1 think is an error, in your issue of W. M.BRowN,Cashier.
silent 'electric discharge the gas persons were. appointed viewers: J. S. and D. L. Gaulden $100 each for huntingup \ Jan. :3rd. You report in the Jupiter

1 that goee to the cathode with long Keck, W. II. Tenors and Jas. Holmes, to the evidence and prosecuting Simon I Weather Report that on Dec. 20, 1803, INDIAN
r report at the meeting of tile Board Haraborg and J. B. Garner for arson, Is the thermometer RIVER STATE BANK
sparks IK less dense than un l cIrifled -' on registered max. 4a:!,
I while with short' the first Monday In February 1HIXI. rejected.The min. 24; but I see by the report in the ,
"
:: Board selected
oxygen, 310 for the
names
On motion It was ordered! that G. W. Times-Union, from A. J. Mitchell, ob-
I', ,i parks it is more dense. N. Cornell be placed on the pauper list jury list, under Sea 3, Chap. 4122, Lawsof server weather department, that Jupiter (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
Florida
I -' for *SS: per month. I for the year 1800. Pressure was registered max. 72:!-at 8 p. m. 72-
\' Poet that In the matter of the petition of the on.our space does not allow of our publishing and I know that it was warm on that N- Authorized capital $100,000
Washington! say cltlzeiiH of Titusville In the mater of the them. Say. Paid capital $25,000
up ,
i the population of London is increasing removal of Ilamberg and Garner, charged On motion, it was ordered that permits Your publishing it at 24, or 8 degrees

" rapidly, and that it now wjth arson, from the county jail of this bo granted to the following persons below freezing, has misled many persons. Average deposits, $300,000

numbers bed
the governor it was ordered that this : J. A. Booth to plant oysters calling attention to this and
my
about million and half askinA'If --
r t a 11 more, ile and Investigate the fl\ctllanll charges, upon his riparian rights upon the the freeze of Dec. 29, ISmS! has caused Transacts a General Banking
'i than the whole of Scotland und a upon which siiid order of removal wits Indian and Banana rivers, In front of his any loss. I think your error was in this

i l million and a hall more than Ire. made, and refer the evidence together land, ns given Ira deed book W, page 158 way; you put the year 1805 over the [ Business
.,c with said petition to the as follows: Beginning at the west bankof thermometer r
land. It is increasing at the rate governor.On Indian River register for 1804, and visa-

," of 11Q.OOO a year. London !i. -evidently ot al hearing for a public the petition road from of J.Wooclloy T. Gray section Hand 17,at township the melantlor 2C: corner south of to 24 versa.on Jan.Tho 20 thermometer, 1M)4!) but was certainly down was to t rc Largest and Oldest Bank on the Rim

,, t' getting to bo quite) u large and running east to Intersect the Indian range 37 east; thence south :.10, went 17 not in 1S05: and I think you should correct

)!town River at or near what Is known as the chains and 25 links to Indian' River; this error to prevent more mislead- DiRECTORS

Walter landing on said river, the following 4 thence chains southeasterly and 21 links\ along to the the line line shore ing. Yours, etc., JA5.PRITCUAne.'v B.RARI'KTTPre8hlenl(
between
persons were appointed viewers: JOHN HENRY. of the National Hank of Jacksonville), J.H-
a .
.
I ', WHAT cheerful prospects tare be- A. W. Walker and J Cavcnder. Mastcrson: and Booth; thence 7'J east to 2tt. "(JUKES (Vlae-Presldent National HnnkoflJacksonville .::
fore us. Humors of wars all Having examined the list of Insolvencies palm tree on river bank, on a chains [Our devil says he made the above error ), W. S. GRAHAM and W. Si.
i\\I to find 11xowN.
and out if anybody read the
25 links\ between ever
G and double two rows of
assessments of Tax Col orange
; auund ttbe world. It is now stated : weather
loctor E. W. Hall for the trees to a palm tree; thence north (iO degrees report in the ADVOCATE. He .. CORRE8PONDKNT8.
1804) to'
year floalioard National Bank of York and
New
that the inventor of the Muxltu 11 chains will be more careful in future when
tho amount of $427.73 for county, and to Banana river; thence correcting National Bank of Jacksonville. 20
I I I '. gun proposes to discourage war by Ml3.23: : for the state, has been found north along the\ river shore 2 chains and the figures] I".rUSVILLE FLA.

I 1 constructing a flying machine large correct and approved. links to point of beginning.: ,

j te hold few hundred Ou motion Is was ordered that D. L. Also to Mrs. Leona J. Fish, in front of
enough a
lot 3 of the Dixon 1.YNC1IINO.TiTusviLtE .
homestead,
Gauhlonand G. M. Robbins be plat re-
employedto !
bushels of dynamite, which couldbe UHsistla., the. prosecution of Humberg cor.lelilu deed book J, page 115 fo 121 FLORIDA EAST
COAST
dropped into ,the midst of a' &nod Garner charged with arson and be inclusive, of the records of Brevard FLA., Jan. 15, 181)5.) RAILWAY c./

j' fortress! or hostile camp, with results allowed the sum of *300) and expenses.' county, said land being In section 20 and
:21. township 24, south of range\ :'M. Editor Advocate:
that
L r would tirst-
t equal any Also to L. Jorgennon, on his front / Land
Dear
as Sir:-Your editorial in Department.
class earthquake in the world. To tho .Honorable Board of Countv- -- follows: Beginning on the west bank of answer to >
my letter answers '
nothing and
adds
only
Commliuiiniutrs of Brevurd
County : Indian River
0 chains
t TOGETHER Whoreiuj, Upon representation having of the west line of the and southeast:15: links quarter south animus insult to towards Injury, clearly showing your If you wish to purchase land for Stock ranch, General Farming.I : Fruit Growing
PULL ANDSOMETHING. DO Titusville, and its inof- --
boon made .to (IU Excellency
Henry L. section
28 and 20
south
of :38 Trucking, or a Business
range ; fending citizens, and I still ask the or Residence lot
MU'liell, governor of Florida, that Minion thenee north 80 degrees 30 min. names anywhere between St. Augustineand
west of
35 those
parties, "those
\ enemies of
Hamburg aunt Garner, recently confined chains to tho west line of the said southeast law," and necessity now demands the Miami, call on or address the undersigned.
lu the It.
county jail at Titusville
quarter; thence west 4 chains
; t charged with moon, In 52 In your last editorial you state you "felt ,rr: Special terms to
The dredging of Banana creek were danger ol links; thence south 80 degrees, 50 east, I It In bones that the actual settlers.
their lives your would
fit
through mob violence, and 32 chains 1)0( links cap ,
bas become and would to the Indian River "
a necessity, could not be ; someone, and you have applied it to JAS.
safely kept in said E.
jail, and thence south INGRAHAM
f t -lie of considerable service Titus- upon said representations: said prisoners to point of beginning.25/ degrees, east along shore the heads of all of us trying to get a fit1 Land Commissioner,

: >yille and neighborhood. It would have been removed :to tbo jail of Orange Having/ examined tho pay rolls of the that this shows editorial clearly you that did when It with you the penned deliberate ST. AUGUSTINE, FLA.

not cost a very largo BUM, and county: Circuit Court and County Court, regular) intention of direct
offering a Insult
W the
Now therefore
eoul probably be clone cheaper} citizens >, undersigned term and pccl.U term and finding same: to tho people of Titusville.

,iiiow than at any other time' as the that at no of time Tltuavillo since iild truthfully Hamburg state and correct A number, are approved of by the Board. the cap on your own head DldloU try ASPHALT
bills
were audited ROOF
and! from
government dredge is, we understand Garner wore taken Into custody the ordered paid. certain evidence taken before the PAINTS.

t in the neighborhood of St, law have they been in danger of violence The Board then adjourned to the first found County that Commissioners it fitted you would have 1

Xaicie: work for from the citizens of this placo or from I Monday In February, 1800.) you remarkably well, Ground in
to
attending
some the at I and as it seems that all the rumors of Ivnch. Pure ;
county large, would l not be ifuruuKim i
__ .
Senator M. S. quay On account ing originated in excited Agents
your own Wanted
I UBUK .lt i Q, aUQ..e rospecuuiiy brain. Red Brown and
e
., '1 of the shallow water in the creek. urge that your honorable body Investigate MAYl'OUT TO BISCAYNE. In your first editorial you say, "that a and hlOhll r: J 'I''

the mall route has been changed,; the matter and forward this petition people or community so far in enlight- es t :: l Write.for Samples,
with your findings thereon to the ment and professing a due regard for law Grade
and the aiail will be carried twice governor to the end that the good name East Coast Canal to be Continued and order should so far forget themselves I- l j Prices,

the distance it has been heretofore.If uf the people of this place may be main to the St. John! as to advocate an attempt to dis- Asphaltum.DMbh.. I Catalogue, Etc..

the creek ia not'dredged out, or tained, that said prisoners IM returned River. regard the law and take it into their

something done to improve it, our to the jail here and that the county he own hands: etc." What does the Eng- FOR:: I'AINTING->> : : : :
lish
relieved of any additional expense for Steamers by the. Inland waterway from language mean if it does not mean
merchants will lose a large proportion their Maintenance duowher Jacksonville to Biscayne Bay In the near what it says? Here you charge: the TIN IRON and SHINGLE
ROOFS
of their trade (in fact, they Signed by llfty-aUa cltisou of Titus- future are not possibility, but prob-. whole community with advocating an Factory, Farm and Rail,

; are losing some of it already), as villa sail vicinity.Ia ability, in fact, almost a certainty, says attempt to take the law into their own road

j the people of the Canaveral section the TlmevUnlon.. J. Trevor, Spencer, hands. When, pray tell me, was this Buildings, Freight Cars, Bridges Fences and
chief engineer of the attemp made and by whom ? ,
East It
will be forced to go around the end the matter of the removal of Simon received telegraphic instructions Coast canal, this bold and unblushing charge that was Iron Work of
of Merrltts distance Ilamberg and J. B. Gamer from the from every Kind.
.' Island a of lea F. Miles, general manager of prompted my letter. "The bit dog usually

about forty miles, to Eau Gallle, to To county HI jail of Brevard county L: the canal, who U now In the north to howls," and you howled loud Building Papers, Tarred Felts, 2 and a-ply Asphalt ReadY'

do their shopping. Every endeavor governor Excellency: Henry Mitchell Immediately commence the survey of a enough to be mortally hit. Now, you Roofing, and all kinds of

should be made to urge congressto The Board of County Commissioners the proposed head of continuation the :North of river the a canal few, miles from ay minute's you gaze will at allow Titu.ville's the community dark record a :Roo: : ':sag Supplies

make some appropriation' for ot Dl'evard county hiving. (been requested southeast of St. Augustine to ( -her unparalleled toughness/ bad FBOaa t/
rrp-
fchis purpose. by the the citizens of Titusville to investigate owtlieSt. Johns river, rU Pablo creek! ut lion, the hatred towards her by the The Armitage
conduct of the sheriff Manuf'g Co.
and of ae he Is assured ,
of
"JVe should Dot elt} and capital to prosecute
Manufacturers
Quietly by the people of TltusrlUe, supposed to the work of Asphaltum, Coal Tar, Oils, etc.,
[Continued on 5th page.] 3200to3300WUanttbuAve.

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I INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE, JANUARY 17, 189. Ii.


I Awarded tion of a road on a river bank that is fruits farther south and says that several of the Avllah are arranging to observe

Jhest Honors-World** Fair. continually and caving and falling is dangerous families of his acquaintance will Arbor Day by a pic-nio and dinner. It G. G. SPRINGER <
of the an outrage upon the taxpayers move from Orange county to the East is expected the ladies will provide a x
DR; for county, who would be called upon Coast in the near future.Banyan.. dinner and the gentlemen are expected
hundreds
of dollars every year to to plant shade trees on the streets, thus I
keep it in
repair. combining pleasure and protit. Such a :
Retailer and Of
Second.
Manufacturer Shipper
Most of us have our homes gathering will promote sociability: I
so near the river bank that the road among the people and the shade trees
3ICE would be at our very doors, and one will ornament and to tile
,give: beauty
borne! at least whose hospitable doors The splendid ruin last Thursday brightened : in to
place coino.
years IC I EDistilled
have been open to everyone, is situated up crops of all kinds. It was getting AND
directly on the river bank, and would very dry.A The Hotel Indian River hall bl.'ell1)Jlsll- !
have to be moved or the road ing forward the work of renovation, _
CREAM put good many benns are now being) ,: I
through It. most of carpenters and painters being.
north
shipped and from fourto
are selling
Third. We have a good road which seven dollars. engaged at work there, to get: it ready
has been in line at least ten years, which per crate. for opening its doom to the public on WaterRefrigerators
BAKING was laid out by the residents! of this Messrs. Robert Harper and H. J. Milliard the Kith. Manager: Leo has accomplished

place in what was deemed the best pos with their families, were callingon : a great task in comparatively

sible location and used as a neighborhood friends in Banyan on Sunday last. short time. Tho building looks bright Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
road, mid 1 which wan with Its new coat of paint, and the ,
subsequently Mr. C. Hall of Lotus
was among us
POWDfRMOST accepted by County Commissioner dial- on :Saturday last, representing the firm grounds look very attractive

fee as the county road, It being In his of Hines A Mansfield, commission mer- Tho work of renovating the orange FACTORIESCocon
and West
[ PERFECT MADE. Judgment properly placed, and has since chants, of New York. groves goes steadily on. The cold I and Palm Beach.
that time been kept In order by the frost so far have not effected tho
orange -
ie Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret It is Mr. B. B. LaUoclio of Courtenay wasa ..
county. ,
Crape safely and, for the most trees, other than hardening the --- -- ----- -- - -- -- -- -
1 Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant part, beautifully situated and pleasant visitor In Banyan on Monday
centrally tender growth, and thus preparing the
I 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. located; passes the railway station and and Tuesday of this week. He came trees to withstand moro severe cold, J. S: Smith: Jr. .cfc Co.
down in his and
runs through the colored settlement, wagon, was accom- should it visit this section. ,
which a road on the front could not do. panied by a.commission man.
LYNCHING.Continued Fourth. We have, at considerable The new Methodist minister, Rev. DEALERS IN -
expense, maintained a wide Ends: filled his appointment here for the
foot-path "I
YOUR ATTENTION IS CALLED
[ from 4th page. along the river bank and those first time last Sabbath.:
of us I to the name-and-dateslip pasted
who were able have shelled the same. > weekly upon the ADVOCATE or Rev. Smith, at the Congregational "1i '1-
hca of the county. Are you thelet It has always been free, and is nearly 1 wrapper. If subscription church, Rockledgo, conducted services l1'/1 BRICK I :

of her records P How vendictive- always in good condition, and it has J has expired, pease remit. in the morning at the hall and a social
|u gloat over It and ask If I"felgn not been our pleasure to have our friendsuse service at the parlor of the New n Low those lawless parties." I know and enjoy it. We
worked and suffered ledge Hotel in the evening. These services -
I citizen of Titusville, and have been together in the good old days; our Coronado Beach.The are reported to be very Interesting Lime, Cement, Plaster, Hair, Etc., Etc.
I and among them for 24 years, and dearest friend was the beautiful river, and well attended by the people. ,
my your assertions; I know noneas and we got as near to it as we could. AOKXTH: FOR : Will always give very lowest prices

you name, neither do my child- We ask the sympathy and help of all Misses Emily and Marcia Bishop, It was understood the special Importof ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Ga. and prompt shipments.

[to whom you so flippantly refer me our pioneer friends in this, to us, serious of Maryland, are two charming additionsto the council meeting last: Tuesday COLLINS 1WICK CO., Atlanta, Oa. Jive us your orders and we guar
kuch knowledge). They have been matter. Help us, if we need help, to the beach, and we are glad to know night was the matter of fire protection.A TilE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antee satisfaction.
I and raised among the citizens of keep our homes where they are unpro- that they will spend the entire winter matter the consideration of which Is OFFICE
kvllle, and know no such persons, faned by a public road in front of them. timely and most important. : WAREHOUSE:

Ean tell you of many bright spots in They are our homes, dear to us; not here.A A number of launches are busy pass- 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
ark record you flaunt In their faces. beautiful, perhaps, to others. Our attempts great many bear tracks have been Ing on the river, and adds to the life and Telephone *H4. Telephone 11M3.
during the last week in the ham-
jr can tell you of many other things at adornment may have been seen interest of this beautiful section. Many JACKSONVILLE: FLORIDA.
mock back of the hotel, and there is talk
I should have known beforeng failures but
we have done our best and faces noticeable
you strange are espeoially
of first ___. ,
organizing a rate hunting partyto .
love them -
"balderdash" defile -
such as you Just as they are, and cannot on Indian River avenue ---
of the ADVOCATE with. see them ruined see if they cannot procure a few good
[air pages or destroyed without a
hey cannot post their father in his protest. bear steaks. The Gopher, Prof. Moore's expedition, AFirtllzer! for Fruit
jpe sir can You Mr. and IIl was tied at :tiling's dock the first of the c. -
; nor, you. say yout Respectfully, Mrs. I. R. son, of Wheel
the "respectability of the town fLuciK E. R. LK TOUKNAU. ing, W. Va.; Messrs. S. C. Thomas, of week, for two or throe days, while lio

too much common sense to take I REBECCA J. RICIIARDS. Chester, N. J.; Frank Russel, of St. was busy making enquiries about

-ption to an article denouncing I MARY S. W. I ICIIARDIi. Louis, Mo.; Robert Sleetli and Misses mounds. Ills assistants visited somo In ... .. .... .......... .. ""The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer "
King;" and say further "you would ] SARAH E. LVCAS. Eleanor and Margaret Sleeth, of 1'itts- the vicinity, but whether they doomed ,

ihe last to make any serious or un- MARY V. TVKNER. burg, I'a., are registered at the Coronado them of sufficient Importance to open or :Prioa2 .Oo :Par Ton..
not, we do not know. They loft recentlyfor
Icl-for reflections on the citizens of (,MAUD L. RI<:HAItDlI. hotel.
Bville." "Oh, consistency, thou art the Banana river for making explorations QUARANTINED ANALYSIS :........

jrel!" This, in the face of your own -The Mr. Robt. Sharp ha gone to Jackson there, after which they will proceed Moisture. ... . , . . .to ,8 to 10) Per Cent.
ADVOCATE don't cost you three ville\ to take the place of his brother to points on the lower river.
Itions In unmistakable language, cents per week, postage included, when John, who died last week. IIe will now Ammonia , . . . . ..|Iti to fl .
the vials of wrathr
> pouring defenceless out heads, after your venting taken by the year. be found at Hotel Geneva as day clerk. 1'lioHpliorlo Acid. . .. . . . . .K to (0 "

our spleen against our poor little Rob will be greatly missed here, as he is New Advertisements. Potash (Actual). . . ... .(6 t to 8 ,
favorite wherever he but wish
in ashes seem to gloat a goes, we Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal Nitrate j
p lying you Faustina.Messrs. him in his of Soda, Blood, Bono,
I the opportunity which you "felt in success new position. The attention of our renders Is drawnto Dissolved Phosphate, Kino Ground! Tobacco /Stems, and Sulphate uf I'otanh.

] bones when you wrote It" would Fishing continues good here, and fat tile now ads. of Beulah Cottage, Eden, @?" VVilto for ened to you to expose the dark his- Capehart, Graham and Beal mullet were again seen at the river. Mr. and Indiauola House, Indianola our copy' of "Economical Fertilizing for Fruit." We carry" largo stock of all Fcrtl<

lof the town. And when you go on spent several days of last week huntingen Lewis, the toll keeper, took advantage 8th page of this Issue. Both are nice, zor Material, (J..tlonSoeI11lIe"I/ Tobacco Dust, Potash, etc. Write for prices before -
Iy "if the exposition of lawlessness Merritts Island. of the chance and caught quite" num- home-like places to stop at. buying. Wo seek the growers trade\ direct.

election on the town then you proto Capt. and Mrs. Denny stopped off ber with his cast-net. He smokes the WILSON & TOOMER

plead guilty." Yes, you arey here, on their way to Titusville, for a mullet and dries the roe, and finds a For Sale Kent. ,
| and It ill becomes you in the short visit to Mr. C. L. Faber and family. ready sale for all he can get. or The Fertilizer House of Florida
,
110 to flaunt It in our faces
press
rou mean and Intend in this public Quite a number of our people visited All of block 27, Titusville, Fla., known Jacksonville, Fla.Fred'k. .
to offer such irreparable Insultse Cocoa last week, among whom we no- Melbourne.Rev. as the Rnnnon property, just east of Ice
pier ticed Mr. E. W. Hall Mrs. W. H. factory. This is a very large block of -- .- .
people of Titusville P Don't you Sharpe, -- --- -- -
the meaning of our language, or Mrs. Spafford and daughter, and Miss I land, all fenced, having upon it .a comfortable
tou under the clutches of Neuraath- Alice Capehart.Mr. : Dr. Easton, of Sewanoe, Tenn., house, greenhouse, windmill, ; S.:
at church Sun- lot of and other Morsex
and therefore not responsible for preached Holy Trinity on piping, a shrubbery,
H. J. Brown, of Titusvillle, was day morning.Rev. Improvements. Price, flOUO.VIll rent
t you do or say? here a few hours on Saturday. He came subject to sale, at $1 H.OO month.
pu go on to ask how It can be proven down for a calf that Mr. E. W. Hall had W. C. Barnes, Mr. James Hogg, Apply to A. C. Dittmar per owner, Fort
I your former editorial was unwise presented to Mr. W. S. Norwood's little and Mr. Gilmore went down the riveron '
Robbing Graham
Pierce; or to it his REAZr:: ESTATE: :
unjust, and contemptuously answer little Bon, Russell. Saturday as far as Jensen, where Mr. Titusville Fla. ,
I petition of the people;" and say that Barnes held service. attorneys, ,
Ive taken this method to vindicate Mrs C. L. Faber and daughter, Miss
Rena relatives in Titus- We hear rumors of a calico ball to J.WXA.J.\IEX": ::Da.do Oo. ORIn11.::
|elves] and again you slap us in the ville last, were week.visiting come oft in the near future, to be given -A few years ago, Rev. Goodell and .
Unjust and false charges had been by the Owl club. ; wife traveled quite extensively In time

o to the Governor, against us as a Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Sanders, of Cocoa, 'Old World-a journey of over 15,0011() ) ) AGENT FOR LANDS OF __
Inanity and against our sheriff, forK spent last /Sunday with Mr. E. W. Hall :Mr. T. Mlsmer and family have moved miles. Among the many: countries visited -

incapable through drunkenness of and family. into their pretty new home on the bluff.Mr. nono other had for them a greater Florida East Coast Hallway Company,
puling l to his duties, and our only Interest than Egypt-the very cradle<< of
Powell and
John family are occu- Florida East Coast Canal fit
Messrs. Sam Holmes and Walter Hat- 1'fI\lIKl'ol't/llion Company,
|iod of proving the falsity of those civilization-and the Holy Land-tho
for while
I ter went out hunting last Saturday, and pying the Spalding cottage a lioxton A: Florida: Atl.tntlo Count Land
gcs was by a petition of the people, I until their house Is vacant. home of our Savior and the scene of tho Company.
ig..our County Commissioners to I succeeded in killing a'flne deer. : bible. Next .Sabbath evening Kev. II.
tlfjate: the whole matter and report' Our farmers are all busy planting. If Angel's Retreat Is deserted; the boys I M. Goodoll will lecture on Egypt, describing ---'- -- -- --- --

Hading to the Governor. They I there Is no cold this spring there will bea are evidently tired of batching. '. Its quaint\ custom, Its. wonderful

|u a thorough investigation and ex-, large crop of potatoes. Mr. William Powell Is having some river, Cairo with \its Oriental bazaars: STEI EiROs ; & CO. c
),4! the whole plot; they found the more of his lots cleared up and nice tree the ascent of the !great pyramid, etc. A
ges against the people and the sher- Mrs J. P. Brown and the Misses Corn planted around them. Let the good cordial; Invitation ID extended to all ta ,
> be false; and they found who the Brown and Effie Mathers spent Sundayand attend tUc o lectures
otrators of these charges were and Monday with the Misses Sanders, at work go on I
I Indianola, and 1 Walter Ilazol- STEVENS POTTERY GA
motive which prompted them too Chas. Campbell x ,

them, and it is not a very bright Miss Helen Ballantine, of Somerville, hurst are building! a pretty now cottage Notice.

t In their history. N. J., arrived here Friday afteruoon. for Miss Helen Allen on) one of the prettiest MANUFACTURERS OF -
lose tales of lynching, that attempt of the Bellevue lots. III liurcliy given that WI. Lewis W.

111 almost you charge against the commun- Mrs. A.short Faber visit went to to relatives.TItusvillo, Tuesday Miss Jessie Geode lias been confinedto NOTICE wife, ruHliliiiK unit', Mary'In thecnuetyot J. IMnrre, liimlmiul I'udu. .In and lliuHtate Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all
all of It originated from one on a ; her room with a severe cold, which uf I.lnrldantund, to .apiily! to the \llonorulilv ( -

T'e,facts!and was a deliberate attempt tort Messrs. Charles, Willie and Albert seems to be almost an epldoinio here !at ; J.' 1>. the liroiiniu Htntn' of Jinlirn Fiorlilu!; of,. Lire, to Tth legalize..linllrlulClrrultuf the Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

or the mere phantasms of Faber visited the twin cities of the East present.: aduptlae| .by tie n( Clara; Ahilulllu 1'uroull.
rribly excited, suspicious or diseased Coast the first of this week. Jan.brim, 1HX! 4*. Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile..
filled with visions of blood dang- 1lrll.IeI.ean spending the winter at
p ,
I ropes and firearms in the hands of Mrs. Cornell and :Miss Cox, of New the oode (mouse, or Fountain Height. rnSnve your money by buying clone at Homo, and from clever men.

Itfed desperate and lawless men.'S York, who have been spending some Sho is an accomplished musician in all Jupiter AVentlicr Iteport. ". -- .. ..- ,. .. .- .. - .- --.. ... -
sir, you have deliberately and time at Mr. Jas. Hatter's, will leave soon branches.Mr. .

singly added insult to injury, and for Daytona, where they will spend the Richard Conkling keeps the Mel- The following Is a comparative statement THE UEASONS-
out cause. I am to see it; remainder of the winter. of temperature and rainfall for the
sorry bourne market well supplied with fresh
Machine
You Should Yost c----
;to think you know so little of the The passenger coach attached to the vcgtables and fish. week ending Tuesday, Jan.. 14, 180
|ale among whom you live as to make train the Florida East CoastLine
freight on -1001- -1805) -
i false Mr. C. J. Hector Is quite 111 for the
and vindictive charges against Is quite an accommodation to our It has no Ribbon or Shift Key
n first time in our recollection. We hope DATE. MAX. MIN. MAX. MI N.S .
; sorry to see the fair pages of the
.
and is appreciated.For
OCATE smirched with so foul a blot; people very highly soon to see him on our streets ns usual], 70( lill) 7u us It has Perfect andPermanent

Iy to read between its hnes words and as he is one of Melbourne's oldest set {0) 111 50!) ill; I 8))J Alignment. .'

ng you, even you did not dare to Kent, tlers and cannot be spared long. 10 m: f.5 1111 M
|tYes have 11 (w 47 en' M) Durability, Strength,
permitted
you
your Mr. Geo. Hazelhurst met with quite a
o to carry you too far for your serious accident in the fibre factory, 12 71 /62 70 1 50 Ease of Operation,
1 Ii Furnished and unfurnished houses on 13 72\ (112 in st:
; you see no bright in theM
spots of the oil
machinery flying
of our history. "Can there come Indian River; healthy location; good some part 11 71 67 70 52: Convenience anti Beauty
and his
striking his head breaking arm. '
good out of Nazareth ?" Yet this neighborhood. Address, At present he is recovering as rapidlyas Total. rainfall for the week: 0.:18IncheM.!! of Work, that U foundIn

loan community has built and sup- GKO.: AUOKTSINOEB Hardeeville, Fla. possible. All of bin friends hope to Departure from normal rainfall. for tho Other
It five churches; women and children see him about soon. week : minus 0.48 1 Inches. Departurefrom no Typewriter,

the streets night and day, without normal rainfall since January 1,
[ and harm in this town with such a minus 0.81 Inches.
: record. [Send the ADVOCATE an order for any Cocoa.The J. W.. CHONK, Observer, jnr Send for Catalogue to

fr, I again ask you the names that job printing you need.] FIELDER & MOWER,
profess to hold, subject to the neces-
f of exposing them. That necessity existence of the new meat market New Livery #
ow before you, and you must give Roseland. was of short duration. The place Is not Smyrna YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers office and! Typewriter Supplies

in or recant your false charges. You large! enough to support more than one for all Machines. Carbon paper, Ribbons, Letter Files, Typewriter paper, Impression -
> it to yourself, the fair fame ofr such market, so an to make anythinglike Books. Write us for prices on what you need.

| paper, and to an outraged com- Miss Caroline Cain spent Sunday here, a paying business, especially as -.}* Stable #4C. FIELDER! & MOWER,
f'lty, to make all the reparation in returning to Mlcco Monday morning. times are now. The Feaster market has No. 6 Wall Street, Kimball House. Atlanta, Ga
|r power. discontinued for the
been present.
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Quail and fish are reported quite plentiful -- -
Respectfully, by the tourists stopping at Rose- The business of the week in choral L. DOHN, Prop'riotor.Backs .
B. R. WILSO.V.
circles has been for practice and rehearsals
land.The for the proposed entertainment JOB PRINTING AT THIS OFFICE.Pineapple
he telegraph cable across the St. on Thursday the 16th when membersof .
writer
of
the article which calls
|1 h this Sebastian River has been replaced by anew the Choral Society give their enter Meet All Trains.Passengers
reply has been .
at West Palm old cable not working sat ..
the .
r-h the past week. We "have an ob- one, tainment, "The Magazine. Every one .- .. -- -- --

Iion to lengthy articles as isfactorily. connected with It Is doing all they can and b...Kgage: ; transferred to

I communications from m thelocalities Mr. and Mrs. II. L. Denny have returned to make it a success. all parts of the city, and Coronado Planters !

1? Indian River, and we trust this from their trip up the river, in The laundry Is reported to be doing Beach. Call on me before perfecting

I t>e the last long communication on the launch Tartar, Mrs. Denny remain- good work, and lias all It can do appar- arrangement;
| above subject.-ASSOCIATI-KD.: ] ing at Ercildoune while Mr. Denny returned ently. It is great convenience to the

to to Melbourne a trip to for,thb a Biscayne few days, preparatory Bay- community and points on the river. NEW SMYRNA' FIGRIDA.In TAKE: : : NOTICE: : : : 11

A PROTEST. I country. The library committee of the Avllah : I have control of .a Choice Lot of .
arranged their library and reading rooms an.1oCL.A.; LLI3
One Mri Green, of Orlando, whose In Miss Julia Roberta on Tuesday
EDEK in county was ruined by Wednenday. In every section at once to sell staple Smooth Cayenne Pineapple Suckers
: FLA., Jan. 11, 94.t grove Orange afternoon and opened It dealers peddling
goods no ; experience
the freeze ha been making a business committee will tea and have ;
tor Adtoeote The give a side line .OO
best '7 a
: and pleasure trip on the East Coast, having a formal opening next Tuesday evening unnecessary; and or large FOR SALE by the 100, 1,000,10,000 or 60000. Special prices on large orders.
month.
'e, the "nder ign ed, property owners been prospecting since last October from to 7 o'clock p. m., to which all commission Salary made. Address, with 2 cent I guarantee them to be true to name, first-class plants and In good order.
residents of Eden, wish to enter a with a view to settling In either Brevard who wish to aid the work are Invited to sealed Clifton Those contemplating planting can save money by calling on or corresponding
" stamp for particulars, Soap
teat against the placing of a public or Dade county. Hals quite favorably be present. and Cincinnati with me before purchasing.
1 1 On the> river front of our property. Impressed with the condition of the or- Manufacturing Company Orlando Fla.
GEO. n. WRIGHT, ,
I' The Village Improvement committee Ohio.
rat. We belle. that the con UuC- ange grove here and the more tropical .








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Suffered Eighteen Years. ALEX SEAR.: ERNEST TAYLOB. IS MORPHEUS; BASHFUL SCOTT'S

NEAR & TAYLOR Experiencihas
N"VOUNQ Then Her Is a, Pussy Cat Charm With
Paint Departed and Sleep Cam*.
(Successors to John McAllister.) Which to Woo 111w.A GARBO-DIGESTIVE ..

Mrs.Jnlla A. Brown, of Corlngton. Tenn.. L diBOTiHsipu has recently been carriedon <
whose husband has charge of the electric Artesian Well Contractors, in The Vegetarian on the subject of proven conclusively A

_light plant at that place baa been a great EAU CALLIE FLA. the magnetic power of the cut. One gentleman COMPOUND better grapes and peachy
sufferer. Her
allmenU and speedy cure) writes:
GASOLINE FIENDS. are. best described b,. herself, p s follows "Allow me, aa one who often has and more of them, are produci(

for 18 years I suffered from nerrouaneaa and bus tried when Potash is
sleepless nights
\ Philadelphia Boys Discover an Intoxicant: : and every- liberally
Indigestion. I
tried every remedy recommended 'HODGES & GODFREY Remedy for a a.
the one
That .. :Mew to Tb.... by,family and meads, but I thing you suggest, to mention a remedy Positively plied. To insure a full
: Gasoline a* an intoxicant baa lately could pet no relief it all. Twoyeal'll&lfOo which I have found above them all, and the Treatment of crop
while being treated by three local physiCianu -
choicest
\ ,, gained much favor among the juveniles Dn. Barret, Haley and Shored, they Manufacturers of which yon do not notice. It is simply to( NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, quality use a fertifo

I of the southeastern section* of the city, take a pet cat to sleep with one. Cats and Aggravated forms of containing not less than m'
Simple
i and< the Twenty-fifth dUtriot policemen Yellow Pine Lumber are the very best magnetizers and hypnotists -

I \ are having their own troubles trying to and the safest. To obtain the DYSPEPSIA, AND Actual Potash.

prevent the boys from securing their BOUSH DKB88KD, remedy it will not do to take a cat into( PALPITATION OF TIlE HEART.

I tipple or taking care of them after they your bed and as soon as you have found
t I have secured it. Orange Boo: : Heads, relief neglect her. You must be kind to( Orchards and vineyards treed

Fruit Vegetable Crates. the cat before and after and make her Does your food sour after eating ? Are
Some time ago a crowd of urchins secured with Potash are

r J an old gasoline barrel, with which on Lumber through delivered bill of lading.any part:Anyone of Indian contemplating River- your friend. She will give yon precious you you get easily up In confused the morning and excited tired and? un Do tively free from insects comp
: : when all other remedies fail and ;a.
r they intended making a fire. Previous building on the Kant Coast,would do well to sleep, refreshed and with a bad taste in the

.. to igniting it, however one of the party J.write,T.&for K.priced.W.Ry.The,8 miles Sawmill south Is of situated ralatlta.on tbe better than all put together..The cat is mouth P plant disease.Our .

t hid from bis companions by Jumping inside the truest friend of man, were man intelligent Is there a dull cloudy sensation, at- pamphleta are not advertising; ctrenUn: L,
I of it. He rather enjoyed the odor of Satsuma Hights,Putnam co.,Fla. enough to know it. The Egyp- tended by disagreeable feelings in the leg latent opeclal: researches fenill.....,hut the are practical: work,CM.
lag on subject of fertilluiiogara
stale gasoline and inhaled the fumes f o: tians knew what we seem not to know. head and eyes PAre really helpful to farmers. They are Mm (TO
I' 'j. some time until finally when he tried Do not force your cat to lie this way or you Irritable and restless ? abe askIng.

) to get out of his hiding place he found V W H, GLEASON &: CO, that; let her take her own way. Do not Does your heart thump and cause You GERMAN 02 KALI Nauau WORKS St.,New'y,,

his only escape waa to roll out. Be was even force her to come to you if she does to gasp for breath after climbing a High _
I almost completely overcome the ATTORNEYS IN LAND CASES. not wish it, but let her be in the room, of stairs P i _

I '\\ij fumes and unable to walk straight by outside the bed. Sooner or later she side Does l'Have it distress ;you to lie on the left :I The Largest and Most Co

,i When he did recover he told the othera Ma JCUA A. BROWN. TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EX. will come In and nurse you as no other you impaired memory, dimness plete Establishment South
that the sensation moat Informed me that I bad become dVoprtool. animal can. Even to look into the eyesor mind and I
was vision of
delightful, and that there was little hope for me. I AMINED AND PERFECTED. of depression gloomy;
", and immediately empty gasoline barrels then decided to try even the face of a cat will often produce forebodings P

were ut a premium. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine a feeling of drowsiness, leading to( These symptoms mean that yon are GEO S. HACKER & SB
RE-
\ The great discoverer of the new jag I was then unable to get to sleep until, ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND sleep. Cultivate the friendship of pussy, suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

method waa one James Dougherty, and well on toward daylight' and during all SURVEYS OBTAINED. and you will never regret it." Exhaustion.
:< soon he, with several others became this time I had a deep, heavy pain la my As a pendant to the above I may give There Is no other remedy extant that
left side. / ttia mat miterabu, Snd ed. but Defective Homestead and PreEmptionEntries the following incident which happenedin has done so much for this class of trou-
confirmed gasoline drunkards. Some after taking one-half bottle of the ficrointrould Corrected and Perfected.
I simp all night Just as well as I and which shows bles asScott's
ever own family
days ago two of the boya found a barrel 1 dId The Nervine Is. the only. remedy that Claims adjusted before the Department my
outside a corner grocery, and Its removal gave "If any relief whatever. I am now at Washington. how powerfully magnetic is the cot's Garbo-Digestive
well and strong, and I thank and influence its One
every day on prey. morning my
not
solicited.
unseen being an easy matter they of my lift for Dr. HUa' Xervine." Correspondence -,
daughter (then quite a child), on going %..
glued their noses to the bunghole aud MRS. JULIA A. BEOWN.D ..-> Compound
EAU GALL1E. FLA. into the garden early was surprised at
in hand .
were soon wrapped
aa pretty a Miles' Nervine Is sold on a positive
painted close\ fitting jag as of their guarantee that the lint bottle will benell" seeing the favorite cat crouching on the If your case has resisted the usual

elders could< wish for. While any in this Itwal All drullgl.be.ent.....ell, prepaid It at',1 OD,' bottle.recoipt for of III.price o. Pineapple, Orange and Lemon ground perfectly motionless, with its : methods of treatment we are particularly!]

condition they were discovered by Policeman Dy Ute Dr. lilies Medical eo.. lkbart. lad. Land For Sale, Cheap. eyes fixed on a rat which maintainedthe anxious to have you give this Compound

; Qoodchild< and sent borne it Dr Miles' Nervine Rsstth same position opposite to her. So entirely a trial.
We guarantee relief In case and
that I have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland was the latter transfixed by the every
J' being supposed they were sick. will refund shouldour
Lucia river a few miles below of its that it never moved cheerfully your money
St.
on gaze enemy
i the week
Through past other
boys, remedy fall to produce the most Manufacturers of
Eden, 40 of which being northeast when the child went quietly forward,
:t mildly intoxicated: were notice th ut it gratifying results.
{ FOOD OF THE FUTURE.A .
of section
of northeast
I was not until Friday last that tb. secret quarter quarter and gently taking up the rat by the neck Please remember that the appellation
IB: township 38, south of range 41 east; carried it into the adjoining yard. It remained Doors Sash Blind
-lt as to the method employed leaked out. Braeer of Halt Will Take the) Plam ofStimulant. Patent Medicine does not apply toSCOTT'IS ,
the other 40 is the northeast quarterof
.. < quiet in her hand but on being
Then George Ooldtbrop, aged 14 yearn, southeast quarter of section 3, CARBO-DIGESTIVE
of 1420 Snyder avenue was found near When the food of the future is once in township 38, south of range 41 east. placed on the ground, and a man stupidly COMPOUND.It Moulding and Building Material

Second and Mifflin streets serenely unconscious vogue the food dispensary licensed by The above land can be bought for $10 taking bold of it by the tail it im. is a prescription put up by a leading

4 behind a lumber pile and was the government, will long since have per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, mediately turned and bit him, being by physician who has made stomach and Office and Warerooms, King, Opp"

L sent to the police station. He recovered supplanted the butcher shop and the orange, lemon or lime growing. that time aroused from its stupor. That nervous troubles a specialty for years. Cannon Street

,'. 3 after several hours and< in the morning grocery store. We'll breakfast. and lunch Will be sold in lots of 40 acres, for the ancient Egyptians held "tbe harmless We court investigation: and earnestlyurge ,

the story was learned. It seems that and dine by prescription at a cost of 10 cash. This land will soon be worth $SO necessary cat" in great venerationmay all physicians to write us for the Charleston S. C
Formula of Scott's Compound
be known from the mummied Carbo-Digestive -
remains
after or 15 cents Doubtless
t the day ,
I exhausting supply of barrels per per capita. per acre. which will mall
\. 4; the boys hit on a novel scheme for obtaining our houses won't be heated and supplied Apply to C. H. Walton, ADVOCATE of the animal preserved in the tion, that they we may satisfy themselves on applica-of!

I their favorite intoxicant with power from a Keely motor at office; or to Bobbins & Graham, Titus- British museum and elsewhere. They its harmless character and excellent Sash Weights CordHardware.

:- All through the First ward are numerous a penny a day additional but the chem vllle *tf were even in the habit of expressingtheir virtues. ,

I gasoline street lumps. The tanks on ical or artificial food of the future la already sorrow and respect by adopting
SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE:
these were filled daily, and it was an a moral certainty. For does not TO BE GIVEN AWAY ON outward signs of mourning when the COMPOUNDIs .

\' easy matter for the boys to climb up Flummarion describe it In "Omega," BISCAYNE BAY family possessing a cat was deprived of
[ the most remarkable that
, the posts and get at the tank. They saturated and ban not Berthelot Its chief apostle, it by death.-London Light. science has produced. It has remedy succeeded Window and Fancy CIA !-

old pieces of cloth with the fluid, been elevated from the laboratory to the FLA. Pain and Fever. where all other medicines have failed.

I and with these pressed tight over their foreign office of France LEMON CITY, Jan. ,7 180(5.( "If I had my way, I would smash every Sold by druggists/ everywhere, $1.00per SPECIALTY.

: t. noses and mouths inhaled the fumes Given the fornmlu for our food, says woman's thermometer!I'I exclaimedan bottle. Sent to any address in

;; until the desired stage of intoxication Berthelot, the futher of the artificial Editor Advurate: irate physician who had been roused America on receipt of price.

was reached. The police now have or- Food idea, and why not prescribe it from Don't forget that we cheerfully refund
' Dear Sh'-I: have four good building from his slumbers in the dead of night
:. ders to watch the and the chemist'if Surely the nitrogen and your money if results are not satisfac
lumps to arrest that will
. lots to give away to parties put by a nervous lady. She bad funnel that Order direct if does
any one who tampers with them. The carbon of the beefsteak may not be as up four good business houses. These her little instrument registered fever not tory.have It.Address your druggist In

parents of the boys known to be addicted grateful to the pulate] if absorbed froma lots are right on the border of Lemon heat, and although she felt only a. slight all orders to

.' to the practice wore called up by capsule or masticated in a tiny tablet, City[ and the very finest location on Blscayue indisposition she fancied herself seriously -

Lieutenant Hornier and lectured on the but the bones and the blood, the flesh Bay. They are close to the water, ill and sent post hnste for the doctor. CONCORD CHEMICAL MFC CO.
doings of their children The nnd the sinews will be just as well sup and the street Is 80( feet wide. I have
surgeons "In opinion, the laity have no
my PoorHealth
hotel of :'il
of the district say that the Inhalation of plied with their eHputiul material, their given one which lot Is away for finished.a There business with professional. implements ; Topeka Kas.

4 :Mia fumes may cnnno dangerous/ results. own special foods, provided always the are rooms several, buildings just In course of erection they are too ignorant and too panicky. Or For Sale by

Philadelphia Record. prescription Is right in proportion, and In this town. Our streets will not be Many a time a thermometer, for in. Fred S. Chaffee & Co.; Tltusviiie

after all the pleasures of the table have lens than 00ft wide, so now is a grand stance, will register heat from some local

English .rod..,.... ORBS on end been absorbing too much of chance for some of the AI>VOOATK read- cause. when there is little or no fe :
the; time and inclination of and lots. I The yachting belt buckle Is a taking
hi, The London Saturday Review declares man ers or friends to get four good ver. Another time when I was sent for
that inasmuch as judges will not retire woman. When the area of chemical food would like to give one lot for another at night after I was comfortably asleep novelty of the season.

when they are too old they ought to be comes, we ahull have done with sympo- hotel, one for a thug store, one for a by a frightened mother I found the A silver hat on a steering wheel slgnl- means so much more tha

compelled to do so. Beginning with the ala and supper parties Welsh rabbits good grocery and one for a restaurant. child had only canker in the
There Is a good clock at the foot of a spot flea the yachtman's pin. you imagine-serious an
\ ; court of appeals, it points out that Lord and golden bucks. for the mouth, which, of course, produced irri. fatal
which l Is public
t Blscayne avenue, A astride his wheel diseases result fro
Is
There man
certain foods
"; I I Either, the master of the rolls, is 80 ; are elementary tation and heat, and consequently,affected perfectly
is which a man can't do without. He use. reproduced In gold la a scarfpln for the trifling ailments
I Lord Justice Kay 73 ; Lord Justice Anyone can come here and see these the thermometer. Another one of my neglectei

Llndley is 07, and Lord Justice Lopes must. absorb, or eat and drink, if you lots, or write me. This offer Is good for patients bought a new fever thermom. bicycler. Don't play with Nature''

ia 08. Of the lords of appeal in ordinary, please, carbon and nitrogen and caloinm (00 days. eter the other day and it was deliveredat Before he died John A. Morris told

: Lord Morris is 08; Lords Watson and For his bones. Without going too much Yours, L. W. PIEUCK. the house just as tbe children were Mr. Walden that he hoped to raise on his greatest gift-health.

: Shand are 07. Coming to the high court Into dry detail he must absorb or receive starting for a matinee. While they were Ifyousrcfeelli

,) of ;justice Justice Hawkins is 78 ; Baron each day, to repair the waste of Many horsemen declare that the yearlings waiting for the carriage she foolishly Texas ranch thoroughbreds 17 hands out of sorts,we

I Pollock is 72 ; Justice Day is 69 ; his tissues, calcium, carbon, nitrogen, to be sold this year will not pay put the tube in the mouth of one of the high that would jump 32 feet and run a Browns and tussled generally nervouhsvsi e

't Justice Chitty and Justice Wills are 07, oxygen, hydrogen and sodium. There are cost of It cost $300 to raise little girls to test it. To her consternation mile In 1 ::33.WANTEDSeveral; no appeal'
the raising. and can't woi
other chemicals like
trifling phosphorus,
l' and Justice North and Justice Mathew it registered 1023. 'You are begin at once la
.' .! are 05. Sir Richard Conch and! Lord which is an awful thing to burn oneself a yearling for the market. ill, Maud I' she exclaimed. 'You cannot trustworthy gentlemen tag the most relible

, I t; Uobhouse of the judicial committee of with which the well fed man needs. possibly go to the play. or ladles to travel in Florida for Iron I medicine strengthen which)'

.,_ i Z the privy council are 78 Dud 07 respec But. lie could get along without It. He Avoid pneumonia, diphtheria and typhoid "The child who apparently was perfectly established, reliable house. Salary $iso( Brown's Iron Bten. ,
j I could get uloiiK without sodium, were it fever, by keelng the blood pure, and expenses. Steady position. Enclose A few b<
I tively. "Old judges, it adds, "are like the appetite good and the bodily health well, protested, and then began to reference and self-addressed cure-ben,
not for the fact that salt is chloride of ,
other old neither better .. from I
I'' men nor worse vigorous by the use of Hood's Sarsapa- howl with disappointment, bnt it was stamped envelope. The Dominion Bitters
-that la to say, they are peevish capricious sodium and nobody can get along without rllla. of no use; the mother was convinced Company, third floor, Omaha Build 'I first aisle doe.foittlk -

I callous of the interests and salt.. It isn't .a simple, an element that there was some incipient malady, ing, Chicago, HI. aD dllpleaaaDa

; '! : 1 feelings of other men and shirkers of but It is absolutely iudispoiiHable When Hood's Pills have won high praise for so the party was broken up, the poor lit la Uk

II their work. They are not responsible for the era of the chemical food sets In, their prompt and efficient yet easy ac- tle martyr was put to bed and I was Notice of Attachment.

I these defects which are due to their we'll all be in the hublt of stopping tion. __ sent for. When I arrived, I found no It Cures

physical condition and they would not morning and evening nt onr favorite dmprimaries traces of feve the
\ whatever only hysterical Dy. la
remarkable charactelstlcs In tbe pep Kidney and Uv
be human if they did not show them. for a bracer of salt.-New One of the remains of a crying fit, brought County Court of the State of

\ Lord Ether's irritability in the court of York Herald. of Pope Leo's old age is his singularly on by disappointment. What caused the Florida, In and for Brevard County: Neuralgia Troubles,

; j appeal when he boa a strange or stupid .. accurate memory for events long past. rise in temperature? I can't say. Per- Clemens Lenalnir rialntlff, 1 Constipation, Bad Blood
Malaria
t. : counsel before him Is painful to wit How He Mad. It ray."Ain't haps the excitement after eating for Einanuel VS., .lone, I V Attachment. Nervous i alimenWomen's

: ness." a dollar pretty high for a NEURALGIA curd by Dr. U1",,.' PAIl they had just had their luncheon and Defendant. J complaints.
Pu.a.. "Una cent a dose./ At all druggist Get Iy tho geiiulae--ht
\ hiss crossed r
were wild about the theater.New TO Emanuel mae, defendant In above .
meal like that? asked the tourist. entitled linse S the ..
All
:Trattarolo Brothers :Hot Bobbers. suit,and all other Interested wrpp. otlMn ares
York Tribnan. persona : ,,,
"I don't mind owuiu that it Is ,
? ; ; The two well known brigands the up Beware of Ointments for Catarrh YOU are hereby notified that a Writ of At- will ....&SSSS3BROWN w.
I I brothers Frottarolo paid visit few said the landlord of the Cowboys' Best, has been Issued against you and Fair
< ft a
I "bat them meals cost me 79 cent that Contain Mercury Jour property attached to satisfy the de CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMORI
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days ago to the country house of a rich He Prepared Hlmslf Ad_ maD Lesalna amounting to eighty.one ; .
apiece. cwilars and forty-five cents. Now' nnl.a.ayou
t quire at Vico Oargauioo
near Fogglii.t. "But I happen to know that you sell Colonel A. T. Vogelsang, the attorney shall appear before the court In said suit
t. The squire, who happened< to be on the and plead or demur to the declaration filed
point of a ten meal ticket for 95. the is regarded as one of the best raconteurs herein at the Cler...'. office In Tltusvllle, said .
departure and whose horse will surely destroy
was Vans, I know I do, but about/half the As mercury of the legal profession. In the county and State,on the Rule Day In February. h
!
t J already saddled of smell and completely derange the A. D. Why ml .
was not overjoyed; at sense 118 being; tbe 3rd day of said month,a de ynrm
lt the sight of the brigands but dared not fellers that buys them ticket glta kill whole system when entering It throughthe / Palace grillroom yesterday he let out a fault will be entered against you In due course ,
i ed before they have eat two meal"- surfaces. Such articles string of'excellent bar anecdotes. He and application will be made to the court for
!, offend them. They, however, spoke to mucous said few weeks that Dennis \final judgment, and your property will be told I .. HiMIc-Maii
t him very politely begging him not to Indianapolis Journal. should never be used except on prescrIp- a ago Spen- to |'"y the debt.
I be afraid of them and tions from reputable physicians, as the oar the Napa luminary, was called up- Dated this With day of October A.D.IMS. Pay fen tone profit between ms
the other saying they were Iii the Beglmtlng damage they will do Is ten fold to the on by: a Chinaman one evening, when A. A. STEWART user and that a amall lust one.
same
aa men. After having good you can possibly derive from them. the following dialogue ensued t C.T. McCarty, Clerk County Court. Oar Big TOO Page Oatalcgu.pnd
lunched with the brigands and offered Cure manufactured by .. Robbin. Oraham.. [Seal.l CIaIde '
Catarrh
Hall's ,
that
'One Chinaman kill another China proves If* poamlEle.
Of when the winter for
flulntlff.
% them cigars the squire handed them .a a new year, seasonof F. J. Cheney: Co., Toledo, 0., contains with hatchet how much Att'ys novl-feb3 >H pounds! ,13OC0111ustratlona d
clone confinement is only half man a ;
gone you and
note for 100 francs however Is taken tellltbeone.pro8tprtceofarticles
which and Internally (
no mercury, '
find that their health begin to charge make him clear?
they refused contending that many directly the blood and mucous ,everything;you 11We
they acting upon
were
break down, that the least I' 'I'll take the said Mr. for licence
exposure
not robbers but that surfaces of the system. In buyinlIall' case Spencer felratlflo AMrieuifneiaa :that's not for the boo
went about
they threatens sickness. It la then well as to .
\ as 'for tl.000 par part of the postage expand ,
the
i the country trying to avenge themselveson at all other times, and with people In catarrh Cure be sure you get and la '"Allee right' said the Chinaman keep off Idlers. YOtIcaD"le
Is taken Internally
I their enemies. When their host took good health that the following facts' genuine. It ql1lclr.
I made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney 'I be back after while.
his departure on horseback, the brothers should be remembered, namely : that MONTGOMERY WARD A: i iIlllift c
Testimonials free.7Sold "In about week he returned
A: Co. a to Mr. '
offered to accompany him part of the Hood's Saraaparllla leads everything In AU .... Peet.
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by druggists, price 75c. per oMce and laid down nkhlgan'
K Spencer' $1,000
: way, which they did. mounted on their the way of medicines; that It accomplishes Avo.,
;; mules. The squire waa not as the greatest cures In the world: bottle. _ _ in gold coin on hi. table. Mr. Spencer

? may be Imagined, to see the sorry last of has the largest sale In the world, andrequires The empress of Japan, It Is stated, Is swept the money into the drawer. _
the largest building In the 'Well, the (Chinaman he dead.
_
them. All'"
-London News. correspondence with the Empress -
world devoted exclusively to the preparation in regular 'Who killed him?' L4 ..Tane. I
of the proprietary medicine. Frederick of Germany. RUBR TAMPSTWHYNOTH
'I did. *
: > All brave men loved for he only IiI Does this if "' 'a ) _..__to ....
not
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conclusively prove, you WDRKnONEBYC
\ I brave who baa affections to for 'When did< you kill him? uMa *"sw TOBK.
': fight are sick that Hood' Sarsaparilla is the WAHTKO:Several trustworthy gentlemen TCNCILSlEALS MCARE
'XDIKh" 1 JCHLAP
: ;jwbether in the daily battle of life or in medicine for you to take tWalton' or ladles to travel In Florida for s'tnoi"
I .. physical contests.-Hawthorne.If established reliable house. Salary $780 There was some curiosity; on) the part rftiV HUM
,
:. of the audience for further
a man can have only one kind of Rapid Calking Machine, and expenses. Steady position. Enclose light on the -I
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of the
..sense, let him have common sense. It: $&00, $10.00, and 13.0O each. In u*. reference and self-addressed, disposition) $1,000 but Mr. Vo
gelsang immediately off r-tatt...11I7 -....... ..... ITCCL' BIGGESTPIN
I be baa that and uncommon sense, too he by many of the principal boat-builders stamped envelope. The Dominion spun on to another worloa. Splendadi,. au-. Jlo spirf t.e.III.. I
la not far from genius.-Beocher. In the North. See pamphlets an i testimonials Company, third door, Omaha Building story.-San Francisco Call wan _lot .b._.1-.... Weekiy 1IDOr. ,,' wuws. THE SOt I

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--- :ElOTELS.. _. THE FLORIDA HOTEL MELBOURNE ,
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..... --.... East Coast Hotel System MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. 1

I .' Open all the year round. Good Flsh- fi
lag, Hunting and Yachting. Rate, \
PERSONAL GOSSIP. C. B. KNOTT, General Superintendent. M.60: and upward
Proprietress, MKN. C. J. HECTOR.
Baltimoreona claim that John V. L. tr+ w41'R' s pile t 9 Ran let ai ir al, LrM IaII my Alcazar I
Findlay is the leading orator of Mary.
ST. AUOUSTINK. PALMETTO HOTEL
J'I land.Phil Jos. p. UUKAVKA, Manager.: 'It r
May the olever English black Open November first to May first.
i and white artist is known in everyday, $:t.OO and upward per tiny Daytona, Florida.

life as J. A. Sheppard. Casino, Tho Leading Hotel. Beautifully nltu- 6
nt(>,I. It Is homo-like. Table excellent.Modern .
"
Baron De Hirsch has sold his mag m ST .AlTOUSTI E. ,./.
I I nificent estate in Hungary to Frederick A. M. T"VltlU, Superintendent conveniences. New sanitary
plnmbtng. Prompt and polito service.Popular .
Charles von Hohenlohe son of the Ger Swimming Pool, rates. Under of
management
man chancellor. Russian! I\nllTurklsh Baths.

Barney Barnato the South African HOTEL ROYAL POINCIAXA, Ponce De Leon Formerly LEON of the Fountain DESPLAND City Hotel,

millionaire thinks he has dramatic PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AUOUSTINE. SOlllOll813\ ; to 'l 95.CITY> .
ability and is about to write a play HIt.I.)" & 1IlIU&IIhnagers..
with Haddon Chambers for collaborator OPEN DURING THE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January: to April
Lord Rosebery has commissioned Mr. $:.00 and upward per day HOTEL

Eerkomer R. A., to paint a replica of HKNKY ,y, JlKKitiLi: Manager Cordova,

the portrait of Mr. Cecil Rhodes which _. .. ST. AUOUSTINK. AND -
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figured prominently in the London Rooms only. Open timing February 11111lal'ch..
academy this season. The Ormond ....RESTAURANT....
Pillsbury the champion chess playerof
EUROPEAN: PI.AX.:
OHMOND-ON-TH1C-HAL1FAX.I
the world is an inveterate smoker.
His favorite tobacco takes the form of ANKKUHON OJMIII: :December" ; A 1'itu'E to April., 1I11'nt'gcl'lI. GEO. H. MATTHEWS, Prop'r.HALCOM .

cigars and during one game he
green $4.00 1\n will consume six or seven from his case. a t
Royal Poinciana
Autograph collecting is Sol Smith DAYTONA FJ.OHIOA.
Russell's fad. His weakness is a beliefin PALM: BKACH.II. .
superstitious fancies. He gives an odd \V. 1\1 KIIIII.I., Manager.\

turn to the latter calling 18 his lucky $Open;j.oo and January upward to A per 1'1'11.day. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY !
number and prefers to begin his annual
r- Palm Beach Inn
tours on Friday.J. TIIK GREAT OIUKCTIVE POINT
Massey Rhind has been engaged bya t': FIIKD.: STKHHY: ]Manager. 1I01Ilt'HOlkN'M.'ht'n, you get
party of prominent citizens to makea .r. open December to Mny. thou Stop at ....
bust of President Cleveland for pres- $4.00( l\IIlIlIl'WI\ull'el' day

entation to Atlanta. The negotiationswere .;t r fi3 Palm Beach Casino, The Lemon City Hotel
during Mr. Cleveland's #
completed jo;. >i. WATSON; Suporlntondent, ,
'* *" "' "' "''" ,
recent visit to that city. "S
; /bait 'VI Swimming! / Pool
The golden wedding of exGovernor > Surf Bathing, At Lemon City the terminus of the
Robert W. Fnrnas and wife was FUhlng from Ot'Cl11'14r.! Hack Line, on }Biscayne Iluy. Airy

celebrated at their country home in THE HOTEL ORMOND, --- .-._-------, --------- ---_ -- rooms, comfortable. buds, good table,
Brownville Neb., Oct. 29. They were terms reiiHonalilo.Jlj7
married in Cincinnati Oct. 29, 1846 OUMONn-ON-THK-IIllIIFAX, 1'r<>' Al <>:F>>E:1'r. L-""" : Good fishing and hunting In the
removed to Nebraska in 1856. Accommodation for SOOJguosts. Rates, $5 per day and upwards. neighborhood./
and from December until April 2.: th.
Open >
Senator Sherman has outlived all but ANDERSON & PHICK D. 11[. CONNOLLY, Prop.
:, Managers. New Hotel.! Lemon City, Dado Co. Flu.
one of the men who were his rivals in Rockledge ,
the convention of 1880. Of that great I

array-Grant, Elaine, Windom Garfield -
Elihu B. Washbume and Ed- JACK JOMVILLCS ONLY FIRE FltCOF HOTEL
Lelaud's Windsor Hotel
munds-the latter alone survives and he ."...ON INDIAN RIVER...... OTEL GENEVA.
is living in retirement. I rtt u. C.ist7TM oat cr.T". .
John Burns, the English labor leader The Hotel of Florida. p.Qjj I CCI/'IPLTU/ in 'M. I'1M',1f
Jacksonville
Loading : :eockled.ge., Florida.: '. I II l II\PI\OVfJ1 1T>, OAMJ ETC-Cff
responding to statements concerning his I lUIlU VIAl ttooll. Gs. a tttCTslt
his recent 1'1 Ua/lft/ li6nrsPalsnl4le t.t'.hreR\
large money receipts during
lecturing tour in the United States, H. E. BEMIS M'Ki't Mohonk: Lake: N. Y. .__ -'-, .TO'IU ? 9MAtC .,1'11''f'' AV>.
writes that he traveled 17,000 miles in ARTISTICALLY ELEGANTLY rURHISHCOgnlitl !:

seven weeks and that he visited 18 A cozy winter residence homo-like comforts( excellent table, northern help .-! yyi> I Eteganoo -
cities and spoke to 70,000 people for a
little over f 5Q(). Orange grove in full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and Hulling unsur Moderato, comfort, and absolute olenullnoHM.
rates Special) rules to Florida
I The Rev. Robert C. Foute rector of passed. Prices moderate 1 / East Coast ItoitldontH.CORDNAOD. .
Grace Episcopal church San Francisco,
was a midshipman on board the Merri- nr-: Send Illustrated clrculam.' H. P. SHARES,

mao when that vessel was rammed by I'roitrMor New llnvnii, Coe,. IRF-BATHING THE YEAS ROUND
the Monitor. He served through the iI .._ '
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war becoming a captain in the Confederate I$ B --

navy but after the war closed he
entered the church. Hotel Indian River.x *! Lyop

Mrs. Nansen like most Norwegianladies SHARP rMllf: Mn

whether theyneed it for a livelihood I .... ,, f+eW p r1 .flu, ,
or not, works bard her work 20 MILES OF BEACH FfflAFLAKfflUNDI!!

consisting an art in which of giving she lessons is highly in accom music The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. MMel.I| Featurea /'oronedot I Moderato -

plished. Before they married Dr. Nan- rated, solid comfort, no ostentation
Jen and his fiancee agreed that he should WARREN F. LELAND, Proprietor. good Hulling, good cooking.
not abandon his adventurous explorations -
and that she should continue her Will
teaching. Open Jan. 15th.It .

DENOMINATIONAL NAMES. r9 HOTEL Di7 :NIL I I.A..ND ST AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.

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The Albigenses were named from the CIOT'1'8C1rE:: L5, ID situated Park of beautiful (lowers, Tropical plants and! trees, and
principal town in their district city fronting on the Famous Indian River The Hotel, Is supplied with nil modern COLUMBIA HOTEL
a.H.3NTO: :XTLdlcixi.: : : River: F'loridaa.: conveniences elevator steam electric! ,
called Albi. J passenger boat lights, etc., and the table
The Jan enists were the followers ofJansenius. Located on the Eau Oallie River overlooking the Indian River, and on tile main lino at the will be kept up equal to that of any hotel In Florida. A fine orchestra has been Centrally Located on St. Georgo
Florida East Coast R'y. High-claim accommodation far(client; perfect drainage, park and shell
the bishop of Ypres born in track for riding driving anil cycling lawn tennis court,shooting range,hats fur rowing and, nailinir engaged for tho season. Street.
1580; died in 1633. } ,stabling for bones: hot and sulphur bath,etc. Pout, telegraph and express office, In
the hotel which Is within easy distance of the Atlantlo ocean where surf bathing may he Indulged HATESJ&3.0O......... Overlooking CM, Fort Marion and Park,
The Muggletoniana took their name In. Raton : <2.fiO to 1.1: SO per ility.. FunilHhuil cottage,with every possible||>| convunlenco and a full view of the Ocean anti!
from Mnggleton, >a. self styled prophet containing B and 7 rooms,tl2.aeandela.ooperweek. Addronn C. T. VEltllKKK!: !!Hnrno, Mang/r Florida $3. O and >8-t.OO per day, according rolling breakers from the 1lazZI\K.

of the seventeenth century. to location of room. Sjiocial niton by tho

The agnostic is so named because he ---- week.
W M. TEAHEN
claims that we can know nothing of the Proprietor.
supernatural of God or of a future state.
The Plaza Hotel.
The polytheist took his name from Gas. Electric Dulls and perfect systemof
two Greek words signifying many gods. HOTEL BELLEVUEx Sanitary Sewerage.
The polytheist believed in the pluralityof
deities.

The Baptists had their name from Florida. 1ltrzeibourne: :J.i"I1.or1.da.
John the Baptist they claiming to per. Rockledge, Overlooking tho fnrnoiiH Indian Rivoi- HOTEL COQUINA *
form the rite of baptism in the manner
that he did.Idolatry OKJ" :csrDX.A.N': : EI..L V..bJE1.: .

was thus termed from two
Greek words signifying "the worship -f ORMOND-BY-THE.SEA, -
of images. Idolatry is not to be confounded '

with paganism. :N"P. ....*.<>" E:1W. FLORIDA.SURF .
The Congregationalists had their ,
name from their doctrine that each-congregation
was a unit should be Inde- Large Airy Rooms, Fine View of Indian River; BATHING AND DRIVING Are
pendent of all others and manage its Every Modern Convenience.
own affairs In its own way. Specialties at Ormond.BIT" .
Sailing rowing, Fishing Hunting,
The rationalist called himself so be- r 1 For Circulars, address,
and
cause of his belief that reason was the Riding Driving.

supreme good and that nothing which SEISER &: VINING Managers
lay outside the domain of reason was. to S. H. PECK, IProprietor.o. ,

be recognized aa truth.-St.LouisGlobeDemocrat -----
ORMOND BY THE SEA.
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GEMS OF THOUGHT. One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce, Churchesand
least :It'rCI.A.: : : RIVER: : : :I30TE2.1: Schools. HOTEL CARLETON
They that govern most make the ,

noise.-Selden. Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day. Terms by the Week or Month.
Uncertainty and expectation are :Joysof TITUSVILLE Jacksonville Florida.
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life.-Congreve. k First-rate Laundry In Connection with the Hotel. Terms Reasonable.

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The the souL-Sophocles. in r FIn. Clttln*. I Now Open for the S....,ii. :* Under New Management *
greatest learning la to be seen
}>_ Mr. Saner (to his wife)-now horridof
the greatest plainness.-Wilkina. o. n. voss, yon to be always looking as sour asa '{, Fort Pierce Hotel # -
Covetous men are mean slaves and t crab apple! Just look at Mrs. X- ,
drudges to their substance.-Burton. : )f A.1f AO JR.: over yonder the very picture of cheer- Open all the Tear ....
Near Indian Rivor Inlot
When be' fulness.
thought ia too weak to lm- '
10cate.1hotel
Ply expressed, it ia clear proof that it Open All The Year. Mrs.. Saner-Yon seem to forget my Coolest for and the summer most pleasantly'month. Thoroughly -
should be rejected.-Vanvanargues. dear, that Mrs. X- ia a. widow.- Expressly finished and furnished for refitted and! elegantly furnished.

I know no manner of speaking offensive Nene Welt. home comforts. Modern convenience Elevator. All modern Improvement

aa that of giving praise and N Only a few ml notes' ......... .. riaurao' AND JICNTIN fiMurpMMd.Guides KATK3:-#2.50 to 3.50 per day.
closing it I walk from Railway ta- V.rr .ter. Special by the week, and to Commercial
with an esceptloo.-Stee1e. A tlons and Steamboat landing "Ycurfrientl seems tube in trouble." furnished. Beat table water !In
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Some men ao dislike the dost kicked I y *. "H J.." the btatc.Jctiun Men.Only hotel that the electric cars pasa
up by the generation they belong to ? T', .- On the banks of the "What's the matter?" Tri.rK, I Proprietors and to and from depot.
that, being unable to peas they lag behind .+ far-famed Indian River '"Ha came ia to collect$10 that I owe FKAXK M. TYLEH: I| Managers. CRAPO & LeVENE
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.' I' For Sale room house on Hickory avenue, which, Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report
( or Exchange
will be quite an' addition to our fast THE ROBBINS &: 'GRAHAM CO
I growing; town.
Ono (i-year-old, three-quarter Jerseycow ,
The Florida East Const Railway depot BakiPowder I _
I now dry; one 1-year-olil Bteor. ng
": i Want fresh cow, or will toll for cash will be second to none when completed. VAI Paid Up Capital $25,000.00.
We think a more gentlemanly stall of
Address EuCILI
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! \ tl Ito olaxd, Fla. workmen never came together anywhere. LAW LOANS, HEAL ESTATE

I' t t'I The Sebastian Y. P. S. C. E. business ,

Consult James Mott, meeting was held in the Methodist a c9
I. church last Tuesday night and new officers We have for sale a large list of carefully
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were elected for the ensuing six
I \ Orlando Nursery, for orange, lemon months. We are glad to say that the BsOLUTEILY PURE selected Indian River Properties.
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I ,' and grape fruit trees, grape vines and good work, Is flourishing, and the society --- the Florida Coast
Lands
Marshal :Xicl roses is getting stronger every day. The delegates Collecting Fish Specimens.Prof. Vegetables Wanted. Agents for Sale of of Lint
JAMKH MOTT, returned last Monday night from Canal and Transportation Co.
Orlando, Fla. the convention, which was held at Lake
Helen. W. B. Evermann; of the ncientlflo NEW ORLEANS, Jan. 11, 1800. CANAL L ,1'TDS.Flori : .

staff of tho United States Commission Editor Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Compel
For Sale. Advocate
Sloop of Fish and Fisheries accompaniedby Lands. Disston Company's Indian River Loan and Investment Co., I
-Don't the lecture
forget on Egypt,
.- ; Prof. W. A. Wilcox and assistant B. Dear Sir:-We sold beans from Indian and other Low Priced Lands. Ito
sale 40ft.xl5ft that most Interesting of all countries
Irene
For sloop ; A. Bean and A. G. Maddren of Washington River $3.50( bushel crate. Peas, eggplants -
'"; tonnage, 18 27-100' ; in first-class condition. next Sabbath evening at the Presbyter( D. C., arrived in Tltusvillo, \ on and cauliflower per are wanted, and Mony: ::> ; ::> XjOfvn.Alxtreiysi::> : ozx: : :Ela.nct'
New sails head-room In cabin. an church. All are cordially Invited. in to mtt.
; At Ten per cent, sums
will command
trace : Monday afternoon for the purpose of good prices.
Best party or boat of her size on List of Carefully Selected Properties.
collecting the various species of fish Yours truly, Write for Descriptive Price
c' the river. Price, 40000. Apply to which abound in the water along the L. BARIIOT &: Co.
'" I:. C. B. Tyndall, Wavclanil, or Capt. England Will Protect American East Coast, and also to investigate the Titusville. Florida.
Peter Nelson, Titusville, Fla., where she
natural oyster beds. On Tuesday the NATIONAL -
may be seen. tfTill' A cablegram from London says that above party were busily engaged collectIng -

many friends of the Americans living In fish In Indian River, and on Wednesday HomeSeekersREAL Fred S. Chaffee & Co
-- JohnanncHburg and of those who foughtthe /( they commenced operations at South :

" : CONCERT Boers In South Africa, have been Lake. ,1,
;. calling on Ambassador Bayard to learn Prof. Everman informed an ADVOCATE ESTATE EXCHANGE, .
additional news of the fight. It Is said representative that hU party got: eight.
(Given at tile Opera house, last Friday: .* who the FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITDSVILtE FLA
that the 4>><) mlneis fought 2,0110 een specimens out of Indian liver 1 and ,
evening, was very well attended, considering Boer troops were composed of British, eight/ from South Lake, two of the latter \ Registered Pharmacist.
the numerous entertainment Americans and Irish, and 1 they had a being similar to those taken from Indian Exchanging Property for Property a
i I we have had in TltuHvillo of late. This hard-fought battle, an the large; numberof River. Yesterday the Prof and party, Specialty. Send Description of what A Complete Assortment of
entertainment wan gotten up ratherhiurledly miners killed pl'Oved.Secretary/ Olney left for Rockledgo: and from there they
have and what want.
! Col. D. L. Gaulden for the you you
',: by instructed Ambassador: Bayard to request will go to Saino, to secure specimensfrom PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundries
'j t benefit of the Episcopal) church; but, as protection for Americans in the the Eau GalHe River and Lake MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA. -4 ,
" the colonel was called away to Orlando Transvaal. The note wax very favorably] Washington. They expect to visit Sebastian
t i and Eau Uallle on law business, the received by Mr. Joseph Chamberlain, Fort Pierce, St. Lucie, Jupiter, C. C. CARROLL, 8 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and Promptitude. 8-
I. whole work devolved upon JIrn. Oaul- Secretary of State for the Colonies, who Lake Worth and on to BIscayne Bay
,'/ ilen, who, although laboring under many said the Biltlsh government would be Real Estate Agent. B3T" We give prompt and careful attention to all mall orders.

disadvantages, carried the affair through to Its offices In behalfof
use good
pleased
I':: with great credit to herself and those the United /States. From Jacksonville to Lake =We want trade Give us a trial

who were fortunate enough In being Worth on a Bicycle.Mr. INDIANOLA HOUSE. your ,
I present to enjoy It.
I'I Miss Lizzie Altree, of Port Tampa, The St. Lucie. Choice Line of Cigars:( Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Pel'fumell'Toilet !
i was the first to make her appearance on II. J. Javlns representing the articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
, the and the Jacksonville Co. arrived In Tltnsvllle
it on stage, opened concert I Cycle -
The steamer St. Lucie recently
by singing "The Mocking Bird." Tills chased by Mr. II. B. Plant from the pur-Indian Wednesday afternoon having/ made .....Indianola is on Merritts Island......
was loudly encored and she responded the trip from the metropolis on bicycle.
I River Steamboat! Co. arrived at THE INDIAN RIVER DRUG CO
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I'I i with that cute little song, "I Would, Tampa last Monday, after a very pleasant lIe left here yesterday for Cocoa, and Informed Four Miles North of Rockledge. -
Wouldn't You 7" Miss Altree also sang an ADVocATE reporter that he
; "Open Thy Lattice," a very pretty song, She and left uneventful Titusvllle tip on from Thursday Titusville.afternoon -would go all the way to Went Palm LARGE Ooooet: F1oz.-:1C1.a.: ...
: and loud wan the applauso she received. Beach and back to Jack onvllle. The y rooms all looking on
Jan. 2nd in command of
Captain
I I Her much wheel was made by himself, and lie Is THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
singing was appreciated Bowes, with Capt,Warner as chief mate, Indian River, Good home table. ,
throughout the evening, and one gentleman giving it a thorough test to prove Its
(Head Carpenter Reid, Tom Decker and Pure soft drinking water. Sailing, row
remarked that it was the best hoI durability. It appeared to be quite a El.c::>>oJ..c..1cd.ge, F1.a....
.\ had hoard since he loft New York.Prof. Charley case were also aboard. After lightly-built machine.EDEN ing, fishing and hunting. Will meet first-class] Stores. Full litJ
and refurnished and Drug
Thoroughly
being re-painted Under the
trains at Cocoa and transfer same management.
.1. M. Laliln York followed guests at ,

The Bowed other work done the St. Lucie will be of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Novelties, Stationery, Perfumery, etc.
l with the song, Heart the between Punta Gorda them to and from House free of charge.
on run
put HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
Down. Ho was well received by the : : :
I', audience, and was compelled to respond, and Fort Myers, commanded by Captain Rates : $1.5O per day, HUYLER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES...."|
Warner. .........Indian River Florida.
which' he did by singing "l at Finnigan's $8.00 per week. Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to
I 's','' Wake. a comic Irish song, wblchcon.vUlaed -
TRADEAnd -
TOURIST :
the audience. Ills rendition of A SAD ACCIDENT.Mr. .- Address : THE
that beautiful song, "Then You'll Remember solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by
Me," was exceedingly good and G. W. SCHUYLER, Registered Pharmacists]
and Mrs. J. E. Lanouette and Beulah Cottage.
called forth another encore, which Mr. baby, and Miss Lizzie Altree left Titus- Indianola, Fla.JEWELERS B3T" Send mall orders to Cocoa; no accounts run at Rockledge.Groceries .
Lallin responded to by giving ,,The Di- -
I.f vlllo for much
good on Monday to the
I I cher Girl Thai Wl.iklod Over Me," causing Quiet place among the pineapple
of our residents. Mra. Lanouette .
I' Chatham considerable Street Jew amusement.," a descriptive"The reeltitiou baby regret and Miss Altree were bound for, fields Fishing, to and spend Boating.a few weeks Have Hunting the con, E.:: : L. :: :RerE'i: :C'Y,

r f, by the same gentleman sent the Port Tampa, where they were going to ductor of train let off at Tibbals
you ,
their brother Dr. O. H. Altreeone
(louse Into roars of laughter, the np- join of the most -popular physicians -In Flag Station. Popular rates by day Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer

1 plauso being loud and genuine Mr. that section. Mr. Lanouette was to week or month. ,
Laflin Is certainly no novice on theboards separate jy Open February 1, 1808
f and It is safe to that he from them at Enterprise Junction, ESTABLISHED ia68JACKSONVILLE I call the Attention of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of
say JAMES ANDREWS Manager.Lock .
and direct to New Orleans, to which ,
go
added. to the of the 1 FLA l Frui
greatly suocosti Ac !
J\ Staple tineyOrooorios,
0 station he had been appointed by Chief box 76, Eden, Fla.
.evening with his
... kindly-proffered ser
Willis Moore, of the Weather Bureau of- And Food ProductsOf

o :,I" f. vices.Vwlar," a recitation by Mrs. W. M.\ lice at Washington.l All Kinds. Also My Stock of
At the junction It Is stated ho stoppedon
> hewn, was like everything else she the train rather longer than he ought, I Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
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I1ndel'take9-0xeoutetl
In excellent style. wishing his family good-bye, and upon EDWARD STILING ,
I The audience loudly applauded her. jumping from the moving train he was . Ground Food and Wheat.I .
Swinging in the Grape-Vine, Swing: ," thrown to the ground,breaking his right am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:: In the above line
1. was the next on the programme, bulng leg just above the knee-cap. Mr. Lan Oooo4a::> ::> ,, :I'lorida::>> Goods. I buy close, and' will sell close. I Invite your correspondence and solK
1 'n sextette by Mis. It. W. Rhodes, Miss
4 almost insensible patronage. Very truly
ouette was picked up your
DEALER .......
IN.
, Lizzie Altree, Miss Albino Kggor:( and
I and taken to Sanford: where his Injuries }3. L. :aEl..A.DY.:
M HHI'H. F. A. Morgan C. II. Walton andP. were attended to by Dr. Howard of that Wood and Metallic Coffins and Caskets.
p G. Walton. It was gotten up at short place, and Dr. Altroo, of Port Tampa,
notice, anti went olT/ fairly well. who arrived the sume night to attend to Zinc and COppOl'lnOlI.\ cloth ooveied wood caskets. This department is un
It. Wager followed with the DUREN &
his brother-in-law. Next was ro- ] Funeral Director and Embalmer FEASTERGROCERIES
mark"It Waswell a Dreatu." was wife management of an experienced using the
thit moved to Port 1'111111'1hill and baby nest
rendered and general Miss Altreo and Dr. Altroo accompany. Improved methods. of embalming./ All orders by mall or wire receive prompt

opinion of those prosent was that ing him. At that place he will get every attention. EDWARD STILING: ,
j Mrs. Wager did herself full justice, her care and attention until he has fully re Cocoa, Indian River, Fla. '
0.;; line voice sounding to advantage. Every covered. OF ALL KINDS. Francis H. Leggett & Co'
that
I noto was clearly brought out, and During the many years Mr. Lanouetto
", t;,I her singing/ was appreciated was easily had been chief of the Weather BureauIn '
!: soon by the rapturous applause she received. -
Tltusvlllo, he was found to be a very Fine Groceries.
Mrs.\ Wager:( Is certainly no back officer to his duties
painstaking attending WARNELL CRATES !
\ number when It oomos to a vocal displayof \ **
and his
most faithfully; departurefrom
; power, and her appearance' is always Indian River and the unfortunate : Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kind<]|

i greeted Roeweil accident he met with in much regrettedby
Mr. Coleman'a tenor solo, his friends. CROCKERY GLASS
numerous AND TINWARE. -
,/ "She Wore a Wreath of Hoses," and Mr. t

.! Percy Walton' baritone song, "Whisper WarnollWarnell Crates For Deans. 23T": Agents for Williams & Clark Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
I Your Secret to Me," were both well Another Wedding
rendered. Mr. Coleman is no strangeron I Crates For TomatocM.! Very Truly, :X:>XUCOn.: c3: Foas1or.;

tho boards nt the house, and In store for WAruell Crates For Strawberries.
well I Quite surprise was our
4 his sweet singing 1* known to our 'people Wednesday afternoon, when It Warnell Crates For Pineapples.
residents and sieas\ for Itself. This was rumored around that Mr. H. C. Warnell Crates Are Accurate LUMBER
was Mr. Walton s Unit appearance as u !
( and Miss Lena Gardner
Budge were
CratesCrates Are :Neat and .
Warnell Strong.Are
soloist and 1 we hope to hear him again, married. The marriage. took place on y
at some future date. Mondayevl'nlng. the nth lost., at the Warnoll Standard.
j "Say:): Au Kovolr but Not Good-bye," residence of Mr.and Mrs. It'I'.18. ChalTeo, 'Val'nelCI'ltCII: Are Made In Florida.
sweet Mrs. T. Titus, 'x ===== And House MaterialSash
u song, by Henry the nuptial knot having been tied by Warnell Crates: For Florida Shipments. Building
was rendered in that captivating stylo
Archdeacon B. F. Brown. The affair

which people,has and become received so Its familiar duo npphiiiso with our was Chaffee very and private Mr. F.,T.and liudge Mr.are and said Mra.to Warnell Warnoll Crates Crates Have Once the Used Highest, Always Reputation.Used. Doors and Blinds, Brick, Lime, Cement, Nails an

Mrs. Titus is generally on hand at such ARE SOLD I1Y
1 have been the only witnesses present at Warnoll Crates
'I ,occasions as these, ready and willing to Bnilders' Hardware.In fact, a complete stock of everything require'
the ml\l'rln"e.' ( The bride left for Jacksonville G. F. PADDISON, EAU GALLIE, FLA. .
.
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; do what she can, and our people expect '
last Friday on a visit to Miss\ .' building a.house. Estimates furnished.
a
G. F. PADDISON, TITUSVILLE FLA. a
:, ,n treat are when not disappointed.she makes for appearanceand her Lily marriage EI\cott-sUII-and keeping the groom tho secret followed of M. B. LYMAN, LANTANA: FLA. Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake Worth!

, io// I The entertainment closed with "OldFolks on Tuesday. From there he telegraphed ELLIS, WILLIAMS &: BRANSCOMBE, :MIAMI:\ ::\ FLA.
!Ii! at Homo; ," a chorus by those who that they were married, and both returned WM. CURRY'S SONS, KEY WEST, FLA. !::T Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers Pineapple Crates.
f,( took part In "Swinging In the GrapeVine to Titusvilla on the Wednesday Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallle and Jensen.
1t I:' Swing." Mr.\ Coleman Also Hang afternoon' train and repaired to the WIGHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. G. F. PADDISON

In this. home of Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge, Manufactured I3y-- ,
I 'r 7 .Ii it Mrs. Coleman was the efficient pianist where EAU GALLIE, :FLORIDA.
now residing.
they are "
arD.o1.1. jtumLfcDox- cab: Groxi.oox OWarnoll <:).
,
,' of the evening, and to her-an well as Tho groom Is popular young business ,
)4' ; Mrs. Gaulden-much credit in due. man In town, while the bride Is the Florida.

t The receipts of the evening amountedto daughter of Mr. A. C. Gardner, another ---- ,. .-- -
''j 1 about *::!o. prominent merchant, nnd has a host of

Sebastian. friends The ADVOCATK on Indian River.joins with their many THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
LOCATIONIN
friends In wishing the happy pair a long ,

How silently the Arrow unfolds her life: of connubial. bliss and prosperity.Next. Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * # T j e _

'1 white wings and sails a'Nay-to who Sa

know where! TII13 PACKWOOD MUltDEK ,
The InlIan River I. very attractive ae this point '
; eto. The land la .rerlAl'
}[r. Fritz Ulrich left for the upper CASE adapted Herman to fir.PlnPI.les.... The J.and. other Fruits. ,and Is."" .y'en.lh'lIsblng., & north or the celebra
.v river on Sundry: last In his yacht Ella. uMurpa........ For particulaR 8e.A.-,address a.. R'v the rune owner through the property.making shipping raclllli

.I: }[r. Harris, of Umfctllla" who baa been I Circuit Court convened at Tavare on ARTHUR D. PERKINS. New' H_. Conn.
h I, staying at the Palm House for the last Monday for the second trial of the Packwood .
few days, left on Monday for West Palm murderers. In custody of the

(leach.A sheriff, the prisoner came Into court BEAR IN MI1TD.

Capt. K. O. Hardoe I is ready to carry with the came appearance of stoicism ..e... ..
'parties In fine loop Dora to *nr point that characterized their attitude at the I
V j, on the east or west coast of Florida. former trial. Nothing was accomplished = THAT I AM NOT OUT OF BUSIMESi
In the case, however, beyond the fact
.4 Mr. J. C. Howard killed a fine deerjust that a. special venire for one hundred arrlq .. Carrying In Stock a Choice Assortment of High Grade
short from town the other
a way jurors wa ordered, returnable ,W'edne.- t
Jay.I day morning. On account of the notoriety Wines Whiskies Brandies
Cigars Tobacco Etc.
I Subscribe for the ADVOCATE; one of the case, some difficulty la apprehended FOR SALE BY : ,
It copy I la often worth the yearly prices In securing a jury The witnesses Mail Orders Filled

f: $1.50. also are scattered some In New EDWARD STILING.... Promptly
York, tome in Georgia and other In the ,4,:&
COCOA:: ::
t The Sebastian lib firm are still doing; FLORIDA.Yours
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southern part of Florida, while one or .
a rushing Dullness; nineteen barrel two have died since the former trial. 'It'It * 'ItThe Lumber, Hardware and Paint Dealer. at Command.
last
were shipped Monday morning. Out of sixty witnesses, summoned, only

I Mr. U. B. Howud I I. building ten- thirty-one reported to-day. COCOA, Indian River. FLORIDA. J. D. CRABB.r .




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