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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 24, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
oclc - 31876449
notis - AKR0020
lccn - sn 96027113
System ID: UF00079909:00010
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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Hotel Ponce de Leon opened Its -Next Sabbath morning Rev. Goodell -The weather Is fine and warm to- Death of Major llunnell. ";

doors to the traveling public on Monday.Mr. will preach on the duties of patents. lay. -

W. II. Branson, of New York, -We regret to learn that Dr. W. H. Editor mack man returned Cocoa Major A. J. Russell, ono) of the most

has been visiting, Mr. David Sears at Graham's little son, Robin, In quite 111 from St. Augustine yesterday.The prominent and well known men in the

IV'' Canaveral Club this week. with fever. schedule], of the dental train Htato, died In Jacksonville on Friday hint.

-Mr. and Mrs. W Mono Smith have -Mrs. J. C. Seiner, of Oimond, spent hat will carry the members of tho Xnlonal lie was Mason In very high standing.
I
I ( returned for another winter. They are from Saturday until Monday at the Plaza I Editorial! Association over tho Fla.

: at the Royal Poinciana. hotel, Rockledge.Mr. Kant Coast Lino Is on 8th pago.Special Oranges Fetch 1f'12.rsoer llov. 1

-Mrs. J. C. Seiner, of Ormond, spent J. C. Salter seems to bo quite a service at the Baptist church M

c- from Saturday, until Monday at Hotel opular young titan with the ladies: of !Sunday morning Uth! "Woman\ on the Manager Chan. T. Vcrlioko, of Hotel
Plaza Kockledge. :Mission Flold." Will be glad' to sue an
Palm Beach.Mr. ..
]Ihi Nil, I'III'IJU, took dlr..1. G. Hunt and
r' -The immense alligator lying in Prof. Glen Strohm, of West Palm: ninny out nd can ]possibly coino.Dr. "n party of guents-Including tho McHnr

Cory's Palm Beach museum, has beena Beach, was In town Weduuxd.iy and E. P. Granger: and Mr. John M tamlallto Ills nun. orange grove attr.tntUy

great; attraction this week. Thursday.Quito. .nllln left hero, Wednesday, on a oouplof (Mcultts IRlallt1)), Tuesday,
days hunting trip, In the ttrlioonorTwo and they returned! well loaded with II\notnipot'iult
-Mrs. Joseph Richardson and family, a number of oranges have BnclutlorM, which wits comtortulilyitted : \ and ornng/> >.'n.! Mr. Vvrbvko
of Jacksonville, ]have been enjoying a been selling In town this work, which up by McnilanipH: [ Grange, Underhill lots sold unite\ a number of boxes of or-
[few at Hotel Oimond.
days were shipped from the Canaveral secIon. and Wilson. ngoM, hU tangerines: fetching an high at

-Capt. E. E. Valll has been on a tripto fol:!.:,O per box.

:Miami, with the view of moving his -Services-morning and tlvf\uI1l/.t-at/ TliankH.Tho .

flouting hotel from Lake Worth. the Episcopal church on Sunday next, For an Inland Waterway.

Contractor F. W. Beers, of St. the 20th lnnt. Archdeacon B. F. Brown January number> of the Journalof

J Augustine, Is to make Improvements on will officiate.Mr. Commerce, of Jacksonville" Hays :
_ i. I It
i I II U { the postoffice and custom house. Tom Decker returned home "C. 11. Walton In now sole owner of that Washington IlItI'miuoe,1 D. C., Jan. 20._Among 1
4d 4dt IIplentIl11IIPOI' tho TltimvllloAovorAfK, the hills>\ In the (louse to-day
"4 Mr.' E. L. Brady returned Mondayfrom from Tampa on Tuesday. lie wont on Ii
was oiio) by I Mr Skinner, of North Caroline -
h" ]having imroluinoil W. S. Graham's
the St. Lucle to the above
West Palm Bunch where he has place a ,1
t half Interest. to continue time nuvlgablo Inland i ,
boon spending severnl days. couple of weeks ago. '
vaterway !along the Atlantic coast from 1
Messrs. W. S. Graham and Wm. [, Haven Bay nod Vn.
rw Archdeacon B. F. Brown has boon M. Trains!> Connect.A ynu Capo Henry, Ii!
'=: attending the annual convention of the Drown returned! home Saturday, from to M. John's river, Kin., as a coast deCIIHO ,
Epiucopai: church, at Orlando, tliU week. their trip to West Palm Boach and Mi In time of war, and I n channel for
ami, Bay Btscayno. now Hchudulo went Into effect on tho omoRtlo commerce at all times. One

THE "ADVOCATE" NEWSPAPER AND JOB PRINTING OFFICES. -Attorney C. C. Chllllngworth: of Another lecture that ,F., '1'. t K. W. Ry. on Monday, IIIIIII patm- hundred) and fifty thousand dollars In '
West Palm Beach, returned home on on wonderful! BilKers can' travel to and fro Iotwtenl'alm appropriated for this purposo.
-'------------ Friday night last from a business trip to country, -Egypt-next Sabbath evening Beach and'l'n mpa without stoppingover 'i
Charleston, S. C. at the Presbyterian church. Good dug.lug. In Tltusvillo. Tho J. T. & K. W.
Rend This Column Carefully. ,
tock1c'dgo Connected with the
LOCAL NEWS, -Commodore C. J. Clarke and family train connects with limo Florida" Kast
for Postmaster Sorenson, of Jensen returned train at TItusville.Ostrich Atlantic. W
of General Interest. TUB EAGLE CLOTHING STOHE In the have arrived from Plttsburg, Pa., ,
IK! Topics home Wednesday, after accompanying -
ADVOCATE brick building Titusville, another season. Their] home at Palm
,
Beach Is nearly finished. Mr. Kaiser, of the same place, Farming on Indian tho New
are the leading clothiers on the East Manager II. E. Bern, of

If receive a sample copy of Coast of Florida. Watch their ads on -Miss Susie F. Brown, of Mime, spent to for St.a brain Augustine trouble.In to. undergo treatment River, iookleilge hotel, ha pleased the whole
you and do not fall at Rocklodgo! by entaMUling .
? It Is intimation that this and other pages, from Friday until Monday morning In ommunlty ,
ADVOCATE, an to give them a trial.jam" town with her friend, Miss Brady. We a letter from Port Tampa City, ,( n regular lino to the ocean, whore
add
would give us pleasure to list of yourme sub- acknowledge a pleasant call from Miss we are pleased to note that Mr. J. E. Major H. J. Tlfiln, of Montreal, Can., tourists can /go dally ami enjoy a dip In
to our fast-Increasing at this office. Brown. Lanouette is doing nicely; but unfor-- recently purchased two osttlchus In the surf at tholr will. The sue Is made
ribers. It does not cost you three JOB PRINTING Atlanta. and had them shipped to lilt
nately] It will bo three months before he lip| of tho large launch connected with
tits per week (postage:: Included) when -Do not be surprised If you hear of can use his broken log. line plnro at Couitenay,. as an oxpeilutint. time New Rocklodgn, which makes the
ken by the year, and It can be sent tom INHERE to stop. See list of hotels on another wedding In the neighborhood of Ho l II also cultivating Sumatra ran to Hall's landing In HO minutes, and!
in any part of the United States or our 7th page. Eau Gallio ere long. The lady Is very -Mr. Howell Titus returned to town tobacco rather extensively, 11IIcIf\ it from there the trip U continued across

mada without extra expense. Postage charming, quite a favorite, and hrs beena from West Palm Beach on Saturday lout.Te proves n success he will start a I tlrstiltiHS I, the narrow nock of the Inland and In
cent extra to foreign countries. Informed us that ho would divide his
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18 traveler.
BEST line of candies-Giinther's-kept great cigar factory. tOIl in Inu ten you again embark on nnotli.r
.50 annum, In advance. time between Titusville and the abovementioned -
per ]launch direct to Cocoa Beach.
at the Corner Drug Store. Messrs. Wager: Budge, Anthony, place. He returned to West going
Gruber and Puckett, of Titusville, were Palm Beach on Wednesday. Hotel DII Nil, Sarno. Th first trip was made! and wait pronounced
Contractor J. A. McDonald, of Palm SPRING SAMPLES of tailor-made goods enjoying a spin on their! wheels at Palm a Croat success, and now runs
rash Is man-being hero there Judge J. T. Small of LowlKton will bo niaclo to tho boach dally. Lake
a busy to hand at the Eagle Clothing Bunch on Sunday morning. Mrs. Grubur ,
nl everywhere.Mr. just and Master Charles were also the Me., arrived In town Wednesday afttir- The drive and bicycle track around! the 'oliiHott Is still the favorite with tho
Titusville. among
Store, number.Mr. noon. Ho came to Jacksonville from rounds of the above> hotel has boon laid l Uhorinon at Hook lelljo. A ]party of
J, G. Bast, after spending a New( York by steamer, and had a plotir- with shell, and the place Is being greatly entliMiion from tho New Rocklodgttlotul !/
cek or so at St. Augustine, returned to THE best 5 cent cigar-Freeman's Pride Charles G. Logan, the popularroom ant passage. From hero lie will go to improved by Mr. J. G. Biutt, thu ownor undo a tine catch of IUIMH. bust

utel Du Nil, Sarno, on Saturday last.111' -In town, at Lesley & Kenaker's. clerk at the Palm Beach Inn, was Jourtenay to look after his orange grove. Tourists traveling north of south over week, tho entire string/ weighing tlOllw.I't'iluipH .
for two seasons superintendent at the the Florida East Const Railway, should
Art tall who .
find Mrs.\ G. Ings ,
the Inn at Port Tampa. Ho was formerly -1\11'; Fred Storry, manager of The certainly stop oil at cast( a day or ho ntSarno.
we been spending some weeks on THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE, Tltusvlllu cannier at the Tampa Bay Hotel.] Inn[ Palm Beach, informs tho ADVOCATK near Elm Gallio. Tho hotel I"IIrstclaRII A HI" AIIIJ'ntor.'
ulf Coast, returned to their home neILI'uplter are making great cuts. In men's, youths that; he Is prepared to purchase fresh and tho tublo exceedingly!
on Friday last. and boy's clothing.WE -The Al Fresco hotel, Jensen, Is now Who, has for mile
vegetables. Mr. ( mud
any !;ood, ; while the fish tug, !tuning : the largost'gator nliiiig
It is situated in the heart of the >
-Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Wager and fam- open. iterry, evidently,does not believe In feeding touting are excellent. time East Coimt. In HOIIIO tlmo wan that
fields and close to the banks
y left for West Palm Bunch on Friday now have money to loan in sums to of pineapple Indian River. Fine hunting and fishing his guests on canned goods. illlod by Prof. Chim. II. Cory the( well

stem avisittoMrs. L. C. Oliver. They unit an approved real estate security. neighborhood. See ad. on 8th page.Prof. -Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Budge returned Two Negroes Killed. known Hctontlllo authoilty gn birds amiounilor
turned home on Monday. Robbins & Canaveral Club and Mr. J.
bend in your applications. home on Monday. Mr. Budge' went aM of )

-Judge M.\ S. Jones spent from' Sat- Graham Co. Chas. B. Cory's houseboat far as Miami, whore he will shortly opena On Monday a negro named H. IHiiiott: Vhltcouib Cotton, of Chicago, In lluwulo'icelc
day until Tuesday with his throe sons was moved from St. Lucio River to West hardware store. Mrs. Budge remained walked up to auolhor negro mimed l recently Tlie roptllo nionxuiiidlift. !

t St. Lucie, where] they are having an BAKDER SuoP. George Jones ]has open Jupiter on Saturday-Mr. M. White, her at West Palm Beach, ax the guest of Wynn, who was working In a pineapple : din. Prof. Cory and Mr. Cotton
enjoyable time hunting and fishing.Mr. ed a hair dressing establishment at builder, bringing her through the Nar- Mrs. L. C. Oliver, during tho absence ofler laid at .leiwn. and without any provoc.it wore accompanied! nn the alligator hunt
rows without damaging;: her In the leant. Mrs.. and family Mis. Cotton
the Indian River Hotel, Tltusvllle, husband. lion, ho shot and killed him. Ho then by Cory ,
Fred Sterry the popular manger -
his old -Commodore F. D. Hughes line boon nude olt for Fort ]1'loroo. blicillf How- and pretty Miss Cotton.
where he will be glad to see -The ADVOCATE
of the Palm Beach Inn, Is now a acknowledges receipt Many fiavo said that they have, MCCII
busily engaged this week, fitting his mute Deputy-shot !HayoN[ and a IICKIOrlixl
and customers. .
man and has an extra genial now of an Invitation to attend n yacht -O but
appy alligators 18 and feet long, as u
and boat with to arrest the inurdorur on Tuesday! ,
I tine yacht Jupiter row t
mile for everybody. ,Ask him tho I club ball at the Fort Pierce hotel /last; rule they Imagined that they were longer
The commodore and but ho drew his tho officers
electric motors. an gun upon
MONEY.\ We want money to loan ou first night, but we were unable to attend, Prof.
than Cory
I his charming wife are. still at Palm of the law, SlioitlT Bowman Infiumed nnAnvocATK they really woro. 'Titoabove
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anon.Mrs. Ten cent to having been
owing our representative
real estate mortgages. per had .hat few ]have boon noon over l.'lft.:
F. D. of New York that they to
Hughes Beach.
reporter
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free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden away several! day-at, I'alm Beach and alligator will bo mounted, anti
aught; blue-fifth at Palm Beach last kill him In !nulf-defoiicu. The coroner'stny
: & Sanders Titusville and West Palm and Mrs. B. F. Ives. and MinsIves Harno-this week
Mr.
eek, that nearly tipped the scale at I returned a verdict of Jiinllll.iMuloinlclile. form part of Prof. Cory' inagnlllcont
'D pounds. It is said to bo the largest Beach, Florida. of Philadelphia, are still sojournIng -Mr. and Mrs Wilson and daughter, collect I on of curiosities at Palm Retch,
aught this season. at La Grange. :Mr. Ives is busily engaged of Chicago, have linen stopping! at the The murdered! man Wynn here a very where the Cotton family are wintering.

IF you want a pair of ladies', gents' or attending to his orange grove. Indian River hotel], TltUHvillc, since last good character, end had been In Limo mi- When seen by an ADVOCATE roprunenta-
'-Dr. R. C. Hutchinson of Yardville, children's shoes, It will pay you to Miss Ives spent a couple of days In town Saturday. From here they will\ go to ploy) of Mr. J./ :Stanley, of 448 Wont 2lid live, Sunday afternoon, It wn lying In
J., will leave PhlladepJJla 011 Feb. 1st, call on or write Julius Kline, Titus- with the :Misses Brady, this week, and Eau Gallle and St.Lucle. Mr.\ Wilson Ktieet, New York for quite\ a while- state at Piof. Cory's now munotim, fno-
n board ths steamer Ohio as attended the dance given by the Tltusvlllo the Palm Beach Inn.
surgeon
ville, Fla. Indian River a visit every winter, wo'king on his |ilrioii|>|>le |>liuitiLlon at lag ..
his fine steamer will make a cruise of Social Club on Tuesday night. hays[ Mrs. Wilson has not been south In I J enHell.

or months among the Islands of the'cat FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall Messrs. Smith, Randall and Murphy about five years. I Hotel Itoyal I'olnclaiia.

Indies. on J. A. Daughtcry, Main street, were out quail shooting on the prairie, -Mr. Louis Sands and Miss Sands, ofMantstoo The Coming IMm-applo' Crop.An .
-Mr. and W. Blakeslee Fla. Shoos made to orderin and their return to Sarno.
Mrs. C. Tltusvillc, Monday, on Mich., arrived I In town on hotel. and In
The palatial now
wghter and granddaughter; and Mrs. fine style. an ADVOCATE representative learnedfrom and left ADVOCATK ropronentatlvo had n open
Wednesday, yesterday- number
acijom- swing and there fair
ohn Add of New Haven, Conn., passed Eugene Murphy that they did not panled by Mimi\ Ltnd..ev-en route to cursory glance at tin! 1llIolIl'l.lu, | fields full there are all a of whoir
trough here Friday afternoon last on WE still have a few overcoats left, whichwe bring back twenty quail. It Palm Beach and Rocklcdgp, where they along the Kant Coast fin Monday/ and! nf guest stopping ADvocATE,reproHentallve-
heir to to spend the re- have been less. all along the Him the plnos were looking, Including an
Rockledge sacrifice.
way will sell at a great may will spend a few Clays Mrs, M linger also the tine inimlo on Sunday evvcng. :-
enjoyed
alnder of the in good condition-f* >t>clally) HO
winter. |
pretty
THE EAGLE CLOTHING STORE. Mulford of Palm Beach accompanied the above party, who
-Rev. T. N. those of Mr. Julius Tylur of Koit Mr. Henry W. Merrill Is the name
-Miss Annie Paddison left here last passed through Titusville, Tuesday, en expect to stay at The Inn until Monday.Dr. were Pierce. who has them partially, shaded.Hie jovial and obliging host as ever, and the
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rlday for Ems Gallic where she will route to Orlaiido, to attend the annual I of tho Royal Polnclnna ape ke
and Underhill B. R. Wilson and Messrs.. A. A. pineapple\ crop of Indian River, It Uentlniated guests;
et as bookkeeper for her brother, Mr. Mesdames Granger time at the convention of the Episcopal Church. He Stewart, A. T. Feaster and U. F. Hull by freight solicitors, will be many word In hf praise on Sunday
'eo. F. Paddison. Miss Annie's many are having a good fishing expects to return today or to-morrow left for Jacksonville, the first of the twenty thousand crates. 'rho marketing ost.

lends were sorry to have her leave wharf. Mr. Mulford Is well known Eau Oallie week, to attend the 07th annual convention of the crop will begin about time first Mr. P. O'Conner, the chief clerk, U

own.> -Hotel Ormond's orchestra Is composed and Melbourne, where he received some of the Grand Lodge of Free and of June, although some few are being making many friends. He was fgrmorlyconnected ]

-Mr. H. M. Flagler-notwithstanding of women belonging to the Marion oar hearty greetings from his friends. Accepted Masons of the jurisdiction of Mold at prenent. Tho crop of 11)4!! wan with the Gllsoy House, New

he> multitudinous affairs he has to at- good Orchestra, of Boston.Be -The ADVOCATE Is quite pleased at Florida. They are expected to return forty-five thousand crates the depreciation York, and the Oriental, :ManhattMiItouch. '

end to-really looks better In health sure read the ad: of' the the many kind words spoken to our rep. __- you addition to the above the
followingare ,
In
han> we have seen, him for some time. Kansas City Metal Roofing Corrugating prenentatlve while visiting Palm Beach / night's dance-given by tile and February of lust year. well known member, of the staff:
[le always has for his' the first of the week. We are glad to learn
a hearty greeting 8th Titusville Social Club of the
Co., on our page. -wan one Edward!: R. Grabow, cannier; E. (l. LOngworthr -
umerous friends. : our efforts to make a good paper are not Make. Another
most enjoyable affairs we have attended Mr. Flagler assistant cashier 11. S. Miller,
certainly ;
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Remy East Count. residents ,
only appreciated by our
-Mrs. Murphy and her.two sons- the dance at tne, Royal Folncl- for some time. Everybody appeared to 1'urchanc. night clerk; W. II.[ Orm,,*, mall clerk;
tourist well. We .
enjoyed but by as hope
: enter Into the of the dance with
and Charles still stopping spirit L. Merry bookkeeper; Harvey
ujtene -are Harry ,
night. the
Saturday
last In the merit
ana In the future, as past to
t< Hotel Du Nil. Sarno. They will soon will of the along, the East considerable vim, and all wended their A syndicate, beaded by Henry M. Tomllnson, steward; W, G. Bannon, assistant ...
of Columbus people
and Mrs. James Boyle, good homewards well leased with the
ave for St. Augustine to meet Mn. -Mr. way Flagler, the owner of the I'once de bookkeeper. Francisco Mlgllonl-
urphy'i mother and sister, who are O. are a jovial couple stopping at Coast. evening's amusement There were about Leon, Alcazar] and Cordova hotels In 00 I Is leader of the orchestra.

T>lDg south from Philadelphia. the Palm Beach Inn. Mr.of Boyle Governor has TUB" moil complete and best line of forty present. I St. Augustine; The Ormond, at Or. I Wo might also mention that Mr. Gra-
been kept busy as secretary been connected with the Flagler
mondon-the-Ilalifsx; the Royal Polo- bow has
-Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Cragln, of Pblla"Phla and this I Is bill first vacationIn men's shoes to be found on Indian
are now at their beautiful] home McKinley, They are delighted with River at the Eagle Clothing Store. JULIUS KLINE will offer a fine line olladles' clana and the new Palm Beach Inn, at hotel for many years, 31 r. Langworthy
>0 Lake Worth where visited four years. cape and children's cloaks at Lake Worth, Fla., has bought the Hotel wa connected with the Revere house at
'n Sunday last Mr. they and were Mrs. Theo. the Inn and Its: surroundings. cost next week. Don't miss these Evans, at Hot /Springs, U. D., In the Narragannett Pier and the Magnolia, on
by of Hard-time Whiskey
TRY a gallon our famous Black Hills of South Dakota, Ht. John' River: Mr. Ortne I is from the
Hall and daughters, of Detroit, Mich., only 93.00. Losley:: Renaker, Titus bargains.
b'l Great Northern note) Chicago.
level where
lio are still at the Palm Beach Inn. Bhlpman Engine For Sale ville Jla.Where S.SOO feet above the sea ,
TRY a gallon of our f, .fJ() EdgewaterRye there Is a crisp and bracing atmosphere,
-Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Prior and daugh- With boiler, burning coal oil; two- Whiskey-the best In the state. and surrounded by scenery of the most 1) Flavor

er, Miss Rose, of Trenton, N. J., who horse engine. Can. be seen with to Get the "Advocate. Loll LEY *:: RKNAKER: lovely description. The price paid for -

1ave been spending a week or so at Palm Capt. lower Daytona: price $75. Titusville, Fla. the property I I. said to approximate Newarkaater
"each, are now at the Palmetto House, Apply to II. J. TIFFIN. Titusville, .. .. Dr. J. B. Screven, i I,000OtJO.-Metropolis. Found only In Felgenpan'
'vtona. After spending a couple of Courtenay, Fla. Mrs. :Emma Eaton. ConnoUeura Drink beer.

weeks at that pretty town they willsave West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros. Wanted A First Clam Scow-
for St. Augustine. Palm Beach Royal Polnclan, Only Felgenspan' Newark mazer Give U. Your Mall Order
I
Lost .. Palm Beach Ian,' beer. With or without sail, about 30x10 -
Citizen Correspndt feet, to carry freight; must be sound For jewelry or repairing, and they will
and Rone mare
Remember One Iron-grey Mare and well built. Address with full be promptly attended to. Large line of
colt] 15 montb.. The INDIAN RIVXB ADVOCATE will bon colt; mare aged for delivered at sale at the above newsagents' stand I tlcnlar Col. Degrauw, Oak Hill, Fla., all kind carried at West Palm Beach. .
Anthony Bros, carry a full line of Will pay $23.00' them, every Friday or Saturday morning priceSets. :I Clock and jewelry repaired by Anthony with the lowest cash price and where to (K' ANTnoirr BBO .,
ewei goods''ry. musical merchandise and optl1 Fort Pierce. RoM TEBrro. per copy. Bros., West Palm Beach. be seen Y2et'{ ', wt 'JJ' West Palm Beach
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I ; SOCIETIES. KTC. the gold and silver now In her vaults and'' W.ANTBDSeveral: trustworthy gentlemen .

dump It In the sea, what kind Of cur- or' ladles to travel In Florida for HONEST Clyde Stea.n'1ship Co.

I II rency could she Issue, and how could the established reliable house. 8alary$78(
) Free and people back it to make It worth the material and expenses. Steady position. Enclose -
it was made of ? lIe suggests reference and self-addressed.

that we do 'without international cur- stamped ,envelope. The Dominion .
I Accepted Masons He thinks we could trade in V
rency. Company, third floor, Omaha iBulk
coon skins, eggs/: and country produce at lug, Chicago, 111.
J, n. price fixed by the people who are going Dealings!

; to back the currency l Issued by the ,
\ .'Indian' Titusville government. TMs Is. a novel scheme indeed -

:t Klvcr Fla. but as the author does'not particularize pOMAR &: THOMAS
'I, Lodge, No. 00 we cannot see >our way clear to ,
I 1 I endorse his immature scheme.As .
V Truthful
4 Jlol.lIllu meotlnitH tlio ,decnnd and fourth Frlliiv well as we,can analizo the plan, It I
L' ''' of t eiicli) uiontli at Uie Court lioime,TltiiM-. sounds like a man going, to a merchant Tinners :and Plumbers. ;.
I' villa, at 8.1)0: ) p. .... and asking for groceries on credit and

B. H. Wilson Worshipful Master. refusing to' give .him s.our1tyfor same Representations

I' A. T. Feaster, Senior Warden. by mortgage on'real estate:ut intrinsic Galvanized Iron Guttering York Charleston and Florida Lines
New
i Oeo. W. Scobie, Junior Wal' en. value but insisting that his backing/ the V ,
Joseph Mendel Secretary.J. matter up by promises'Is' the safer and .

M. Dixon, treasurer. more buHlneHH-like way. Mr. Ilardoe and Tanks a Specialty.
K. F. Hall Senior Doiicon. auks us to try this trick on the,nationsof r-\ SECURITY The magnificent Steamships of this Line are aD
A. Cleveland Senior Steward. the world. He- thinks 'We would be
and
work
Chas. II. Walton, Junior Steward. better oil wlthout-securlty than with it.! JST Estimates given on pointed to sail as follows :

.. ... .. .
,\ .. We owe our stability to the fact that we Correspondence Solicited. Calling at Charleston S. C. Both Ways.
KNIGHTS OF PYTIlIA8.I are backed 'up by something that I la
worth the same the world over; and' POMAR THOMAS, (STANDARD TIIUE.)
V Seminole IAlllle, No.M. holds Its meeting at If we were .to part with that the! From Now York, From Jacifcunnvlllrti,
lioune the flrnt four ,
the Court Thursday ovenInicn to Patrons.
.. Tltusvllle, Florida. (Pier 20,, U. R.) STEAMER Charleston &: >ew lorrJan. ,
or each month at o'clock: p. m. United States would be Instantly bank.. '
I>eo. 27, at 3,00 .. ..('OMANCHE..TburRday. .' 2, at
Friday pm. 5ooa.,
I). II. IMtiTCHAitD, J.T.V RKYNOLDH, rupt. Instead of gold to do our international -,, ..
Monday, 30, at 8.00 p m.. .. CHEROKEE .....Bumluy. 1I.t 8(10.( ;.
C. C. K.otR.&S. business, he would have foreign; : ., ., ., Wednesday, Jan. 1, at 3.(K) pm..\... ,IROCJUOIS..AMiONCjUIX..... ,..Tuesday, 7, at
I, nations accept note or promise "backed JAS. V. BOFILL &: CO Tp" Friday ".. 8, ate 8.00 p m.... .. ...Thursday. .". II. at 10JO.J
Monday, at 8.00 p m... .. SEMINOLE ... ..Sunday, 12all.30PI
: the ,
INDIAN RIVER OUARD8. by people. Wednesday 8, at 8.00 p in...... ('OMAlIiCHE..Tlleaday) 14, at 3.J08
Drill at the Armory, over oounty jail, every H. I Fruit and Produce These are the Inducements we offer in Friday, :: la, at 3.00 p in.... CHEROKEE ......Thursday, 16, at 4110a,,
I 1'lIoK.lay evening In the month at S o'clock. Monday! .. 13..t lEtS p in. .... .IROCjUOISALHONIJU1N) ......Sunday, 19, at a.llOa.
i' A.T. FKAHTEII,Captain I' connection with our Wednesday in, at 8.00 p in.... ....Tuesday, XI, at 7. CARRYING CONCEALED Friday IT, at 8.Mlpm..SE\IINOI.E..ThurMllay.( ) : 23, at 900a.(
.____ CommissionMerchants Monday ".. 20, at 800 p in. ,. ., COMANCHE.. ,.Sunday, W, at 1lVaI! \,,?
H \VJ2APONS. Wednesday :22, at 8.00 p m..CHJoIOKl1b.Tuoll..ay.: 28, at 12ooplt
'I J' CHU.UCHK8.: IP. O. Box 1030.REFERENCEI4Hanalsen. MagnificentStock Friday, :: 24, at 8.00 p m... .. ..mocjuois...... .Thursday, .. :SO, at 4,00 III
_ _ _ Monday .. 27, at 8.00 p in......ALOONOUIN.....Sunday, Feb.. 2, at aoou
II EDEN, .FLA., Jan. 13, 1893. & Lang, St.Ixml, Wednesday, 2i>, at 3.00 p in..... .SEMINOLE....Tuesday, 4, at 7,00 an,
E/ISCOl'AL CHURCH. Mo.: Smith Cordes & Co., Chicago Ill.; 'Clt Tuesday, 81, at 8.00 p COMArCHR..Thursday 6, at 9d Editor Advocate : seas. Hank of Louisiana; N. O. Co-operntlv
t Jtrvlcen the 1st and Hrd Sundays In each Banking ARR'n; John W. Lumsden New Work ofStylish -
.* month, at 11 a, m. and 7:30 p. m. SuntlaYRchlN,11 Dear Sir:-Your editorial In Issue of City; J. C. Hmlth Co., St. Louis, Mo.; R. L. <
vary Sunday 8:30: ) p. m. Evening Peterson, Ft. lalne.0*.; K. M.Glazier Manatee .- Philadelphia Charleston & Jacksonville Line
lr..yor..tI the Urd inst., under the caption of "A. ,
p. .... on WedneKdl Ys. Litany .erv ,Kla.; Fruit and Produce Trade Generally I
V Friday at 10 a. in. bad habit," and touching on the practice Commercial Agencies. For the present and.until further notice Steamer "YEMASSEE" Is Intended
J't l
REV, H. F. BIIOWK, Rector. of carrying pistols, and the advice Goods. <
given therein is good but wholly Im New No*. 83O-)31: Poydra Street to sail from Philadelphia for Chal'lestonVednesdays, and from Charleston for

J ,, MKTHOIJWT CHURCH. practical. I am satisfied that I voice the New Orleans, Ln. I'blladelphll'Sundays.. Close. connection l is made at Charleston with Clyde

i sentiment of the majority of the peace- CXTLlberal: Advance* made on ConslKnraent. Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida point! ,
Horvloim at Tltimvllla every first second and ,
,
third "dulilmth' at 11 a. in. and 7 p. in.; Sunday' loving and law-abiding citizens when J I all Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.
fi. nchiM. at 10 o'clock a. ,,,.every Sunday; EpwiirtnLniiltue I say that the law prohibiting the .carry- Including things
at a p. in. every Bunilny| Prayer meeting. Ing of concealed weapons should .be re-
7 o'clock every ThurHduy. night. The publio are Genuine Bargains Useful, Ornamentalamd
f' The that it has
cordially Invited to attend our service pealed. many years remained St. Johns River Line.For
I 8. W. LAWLER, I'aator. a law has been ,just that long Indispensable .
i that the respectable element have been

; ; rREHBVTKRIAN absolutely at the mercy of that class IN REAL. ESTATE.No. .
CHURCH.
who have no regard,for the laws of (he Sanford, Enterprise and ,Intermediate: Points on
., Service every Sabbath l1a. m.and 7Mp.m.Sunday land. has
1 nctiool at 9 DA a. in.. Chan Gardner: It never prevented the carry- InMen's
Bunt: Prayer meeting on Wednemlity evening ing of pistols by .the lawless element, 1. Twelve acres of hammock. the St. Johns River.The .
at 7:80.:: The milrilo are cordially Invited to atIL and as a result many a good citizen has land at Sharpes postoffice; about 300 feet Youths
f tend' our nervloeH.! lost bis life, and simply on account of a front on Indian River and runs back to
M. OOOUBLL, Foster.1IA1TIBT law that takes from him the right to county road; has upon it a house of six elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

., protect himself against the cut-throat rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,000; "citycZ: : :: JLLIcl.xwi11a; : ,"
: : CHURCH. and ,bully. We all know that the law is barn, stable outbuildings etc. Has a ,

Preaching every Heaond and fourth Sunday, not enforced we all know that officersof grove of 500 large bearing trees, in fine And CAPT. \V A. SHAW,

V l morning We Inenday and evening evening.at Prayer 7.no: o'clock.Meeting Sunday every the law whose duty it is to enforce condition before the freeze and will soon Boys la appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays. at 5:00: )) p. m., returning ].J

'j School every Hnnday at 0:49: a.m. Alacpreaeli-| the law have been known to draw pistols recover and bear good crop. Remainder Sanford Mondays and Thursdays at 5::00 a. In.
,
Inir first Sunday at LaOrunze; Second Sunday, on unarmed and peaceable citizens and of land cleared, and is of best quality for
Ouk Hill. All are cordially invited to attend. slap and kick them on.the public streets, vegetable farm.. This property was held SOUTH BOUND. NORTH
I. B. A. GEIOBII antor. and who dared not ro lat.for fear of beIng firm at $0,000 one year ago:; will sell to- Read down. SCHEDULE. I Read BonD lip.

shot down. We also know that the day for $3,800; $1,000 cash and *2,2CX CLOTHING( Leave 3.30 p. m. .........................Jal'ksonvUle............. ........ .... Arllve 8.3I1a,1t))
4 CATHOLIC CHURCH. law defeats the for which It was may remain on mortgage.; Thin is a 8.43 p. m. ............................Palatka.... ............ ............ Leave Y.GO
purpose home :: 3.00 a. m. ........... .............Aator. .. .................... .. .... I 8.00p:1t pit:
r Serviced at 10 a. m. every Sunday In new created. It not only falls short of most desirable place for a good .................. .... .. ..
4.80 5. m. St. Franols.... ................. ......I
.,...... ... ..... ..,.. ....,....... 1.30
Church dhfldren', ..... a n
M building, North TlCUHVille. the desired results but location close to postoffice, school, .8O ......... ................. ... .
otttuchUm at 3 achieving on the ..,..................................,.......... :: a. m. Beredor'I.' .. ............ ........ I 12.00 in
p. m. other hand endangers the lives that church, etc., and in a nice neighborhood. 6.00 a. m.......... .......... ......IJllle Springs...................... ....I 11.305.,
v UKV.S. F. O'llovLK, Rector. very bare land alone i la almost worth the Arrive 8.30 a. m.......... ....... ...........fanford ............................ ..
The
\ ___ --_ V ____VVi ___ it intended to shield. It simply fills the asked. .. 92/1/ a. m........... .. ................Enl.erprIKe... ............ .... ...... i i 11.00.9.301:"ru
I 1 pockets of the lawless with pistols and price GENTLEMEN'S

i. prevents the law-abldlngoltlzen from exercising -I with house Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonville!
.No.2. Thirty acre tract
I The his natural right to him- I M.H.CLYDE, A.T. M..
protect
OnlyGreat of eight rooms, artesian well large portion F.:N.IHONMOIXJEII, JR., FI... Pass.Agt.,
self. A man' life be In 8
may danger Bowling Green, New York.
gg West F'J'
cleared etc. ; adjoins hotel propertyat Bay St.,Jacksonville,
and he may recognize the necessity fo Sarno near Eau Oallle. The land FURNISHING GOODS To EO. O.Eoorn,T. M., |JMO. HOWABD, Flu. Fr't A gt.,
and thoroughly reliable arm himself, but the law no S Bowling Green New
says ; you : York. Foot
alone is worth more than price we quote, Hogan St.,Jacksonville,F J
I' must not transgress.. It Is all right for A. J Com General
Passenger Agent
medicine J. A.
LBRLIB
building-up 2250. The owner refused $5.000 a year Superintendent,
' you to go and get shot, or pounded intoa B Bowling Green, New York.
lie must sell without delay and root Hogan St.,,,Jacksonville
? nerve tonic vitalizer and ago.
; with jolly by some tough who covers you has authorized us to take $2,230; $1,250 and GENTLEMEN'SSHOES D. D. C. MINK G. F. A, 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.WM. .
while kicks
n pistol he half to
u you balance remain P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents.
cash
on mortgage.No.
: Blood death; but you must obey the law. ((1suppOKo I may ; 111 So. Delaware Av.. Phllndelphln. 5 I
H Howling/ Green New York
; he will his reward
get for respecting 3. One hundred and thirtysixand
\ the law when he Is killed ,and 83-100: acres of land at New River
? PurifierBefore becomes angel In the next world), but Three-quarters of a mile water front. HATS CAPS

,! we are a practical people and do not care Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and -

to Indulge In such theological sentiment. 8 of section 13, township 60, south orange
the people today and If the law had been properly\ enforced It 42 east. Trice $1,000 for the ,

j I which stands preeminently would have been repealed long ago. Them whole tract, or less than $7.50 per acre; Trunks S SValises.4 -sR-- Southern.

i; : above all other medicines isHOOD'S l'o fnct.of Its non-enforcement I III the or we will take $10 per acre in fortyacre
-d reason that It stands to-day as n del '"- tracts. We believe a purchase

; letter on the statutes. Peaceable citizens can sell this land and double his -Railway.|
have had to bear the ,injustice of money as soon aa steamers begin
this law, and there Is no doubt but what to run through the canal next
it should be repealed. December. We own this land ourselves ABSOLUTELY THE SHQRTEST ROUTE.

::1 Sarsapariila: Yours truly but need money to develop other .
W. H. llAKDEK. enterprises hence offer it at a price I'JDtO'O'QJI: ,PULLMAN DRAWING ROOK CARS: ,

1V It has won its hold upon the which will insure early sale. .Buy thi < < COMPARTMENT! : OARS DINING OARS,
V laud and double your money.
THOROUGHFARE OOAOH38: VK8TIBTTI.H1 TBAINI]
hearts of the people by its They All Like the "Advocate.
I:
No. 4. The north three-fourths of
own absolute intrinsic merit. southeast quarter of section 7, and of DEPARTMENTS QUICK TIME .TO: ALL POINTS NAMED.
,
: It is not what we say, but CINCINNATI, Jan. 10, 1800.( lot 4 of section 8, in township 38, south ALL -

I what Hood's Sarsaparilla Editor Advocate : of range 41 east, containing 150 acres. Complete in wide NO"TH AND IA.T. NORTH AND wi4.N. .

I Thl tract has a large frontage on the .. ... .. ... .. ,.
does that tells the I have been hereto 5 5 'e. NC
urging a gentleman
story: ; : St. Lucle River two miles from the railroad .
for Selection
f range quantityand All Truss lilly ......LI.. v. I. f... ALL TItAINS DaILY 'CIe": a 'PJerI
: subscribe for the ADVOCATE In order crossing. Trice $15 per acre. u..*... 11118K. PI.. LN.. .._:

i Hood's Cures that affairs he can In familiarize Florida, himself and I have with succeeded local -- No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township quality, in Newest and LvJaaksouIU.LC.P. ii 01 am -8 10 pOll LyJaoluo.'lIIo.I'.C..r... Ev.r.Lt.Sootb.ni. .... Is. pa S T 06 10 Ca'S.

I Even In Interesting him to the extentof 37, south range 41 has east, containing of 77 most Exclusive Styles. Ly ."...".1'. C..a r.. .. 1 01 pm I. Pm xrM.. o ,ll itl .n.. :::::: : :: pili SM ell p"
when all other This tract
a quarter a
V preparations considering Investing in the state ]1 acres. Atlsat. *. I 00 ana I 01 P".a
'i.i and prescriptions fail. told him that I would ask you to mal mile front on the Sr. Lucle River at Lv MvasaahLU. Ph sOS pm 1045 pm .. Cbsltsno..ga .. 45 am 4 ...
... ..
I Stuart Station. Price $33:>> acre. C1nolensg. C V 5 pm.
him a of the if will do per
LJ.l I "A. a blood purifier we cannot find copy paper; you IN PRICESEXTREMELY Lv Colabie. 1to1l'II.r... 7 It pm 100.... 1i'l.: riiilollla.,... "NuuLh'". ii A p
.
there is doubt
will add
: I HO, no
.. you ono No. 0. A tract of twenty-one acres, 11\ Lou.s, Calr. 311. U. I 44 51.
I1 ,t | the equal of !Iood', Sarsaperilla.Ni more subscriber to your U"t.Uespeotrully Ia Cbarlotle, Suutbom... 10 M pOll I 116.... ,
I Ij fronting on Biscayne Hay at Ewanton \ LOW ON Ia )f.mphl & !jj
,.
u When of our family complain of Las... .jtv. .. j) ID
any yours Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut Iu Ws.bi.gteu, BouUler" I to aID C to pm I >>
P1 j,.' I headache or tired feeling w. get I II W. W. KUSSELL. Grove. Price $3,000.: ) This price may EVERY ARTICLE.We ryr.;. ; .. rlsat II. ...........:

V I Hood's SarsapaxJlla, and in a short seem high, but if you will try to buy any; Ia -s1isom I, l'1a.nD.1'R R 11 01 .am 11. P" Ar Jasup i4&ous, II .o.Aw .

time we are in good health." RUTH land frontin'g on lilscayne Bay, in good offer the best opportunity .. 111 pm a 01 ._. 44tlSfltV& 1

u R. MATHER, 200! Short St., Aurora, TEN DOLLARS FOR A NAME.The location, you will got your eyes 'openei Ia N.w .. .." Sonihera..S/ 10 ,,11'
43 mi.
flhlnols.J Southern 4 Florida as to prices asked in that section. This of tIle season a..i. p am ............ :::::::::: ......
-
Georgia : Ry., tract Is the only desirable parcel .......
In addition to their famous unman have left fronting on Biscayne Day.we 'r .... .. .... I eo p"" :::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::: :::: .. .

Get HOOD'SDill HutTett" trains "Quick Step" and "Dixie The price asked $>, OO, will yield us a < < For lull t'ormatlon. apply to any Agent of this treat Railway
have the fastest
Flyer Inaugurated fair profit and we are satisfied that
S c Pullman line In the south between Macon System, or Ita connections.W. .
Pills ate tasteless mild effee. othlng similar can be had at a mud
: U... JLU drugvlnui.! IIIIeo and Tampa the route being Georgia higher price. This tract will no doubtbe The facts in this advertisement may A. TURK C. A. BENSCOTER $. H. HMDtflCK
Southern & Florida to and Plant 0.55. r.... \cO..c, ...*. Uoa. .
Jasper sold within a few weeks. be doubted by some. We ask but Pass Agent, AML QeD. rau. A..al,
T System to Tampa leaving Macon dally one Wacbii toa. D. C. Ckattanooa.. T.... ",ta.t.. <0
THE; FINANCIAL, JUKSTION.': at 11J8::! p. m., arriving In Tampa ttiOp :: No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres visit to prove these existing facts by a W. D. ALLEN
1 m. next afternoon; returning, leave close to the depot and post office at Mal ,
10:13 arriving Macon abar. Large house with upper and lower Florida
Tampa : a. m., at PaMantrer
ju EDEN: FLA., Jan. 1\: 180(1.i (!. 4 A. m. As the names of its two Jacksonville veranda, costing $lt>00.00. 7 rooms; in Comparison of Our Goods JAN. O 1393. 212 West Agent, A.I
Ray StrMt. JACK5ONVIUUB PL
,
i V Editor Advocate': Pullman trains have become fair repair beautiful river front lawn, !
t u1 household words It desires to christenIts etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100
u I nee the financial question U finding new route with a name that will be largo seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This and Prices. -
Ita way into the columns of the Al>vo- as appropriate and popular as ItooI two will make a nice home for Anybody.
t I CArK, and as It is a subject of interest .
public sisters. Mr. G. A. Macdonald, general Good neighborhood. Price only $1230.00.: ;:;
14 I hope some'competent men will Yours to Serve, WE DELIVERW.
V passenger agent Macon has therefore No. $. We otTer tract known .
:t give us their views. I rend the article aa "As- -'' 1 -
offered a prize of ten dollars In gold for about 1DO\ '>> -if, ,"
by :Mr. Mont Hartloe but failed to discover pinwall, containing acres, in
V what his. view wore. lie Mixes the most appropriate' name, bearing In section 14, township 27 south, range\ 37 THE
up moral obligations of children to mind that the train passes the famous east. Beautiful, large front, on peninsular =
'
/
parents
the slavery question, etc., etc. Suwannee river by daylight. All that U. at mouth of Banana River. One ) A Piano
V send this \ or Orgai
Is to in clipping _
Whether he is in favor of mono-metal necessary giving of most prominent points and prettiest
Ism or bl-metallsm no clear Idea could name of paper and date together covton: the river. Splendid site for
be found by reading his article in the with the name and address of one orm.re winter residences. Very deep water EAGLE \T YOUR 'YEAREST RAILROAD

i ADVOCATE. lie seems to object both persons who expect to visit florida close to shore. The best bargain ever to approval after a. trial In your own house.STATION: with complete: outfit, aubje

F and suggests "in the place of it, a currency this season, to offered' price $J,2:>0.on, or about $17.50 thoroughly slatlltfied. Our price are low No money required until you ar
as
u U. A. MACDONALD aa
should be issued by the govern. per acre. Was held at $10X)0( ) two year&IjO. our terms are 80 reasonable any house In the United States aD
f mont which is backed by the people." O. I' A., O. S. A F. Ry., anyone can purchase and pay for au Instrument.

Now what he mean wo are unable to Macon, tit. NOTE::-The above description will CLOTHING The The Celebrated CONOVER. ,

4;. comprehend. Gold has an International enable customers to locate the several The Renowned FISCHER. PIANOS.
Beautiful
-, V value and our circulating mediums are What do you need In the way of properties very closely by examining SCHUBERT. I
t. I backed by sufficient gold to make them envelopes note and letter heads bill one of the J., t>t. A..It I. R. no', eons And KINGSBURY.

,V good and give us stability among the heads statements, tags cards, etc ? pll y'S railroad maps but we will\ be Vocalion, Ae0"0n' Farrand & V
'. nations of the world. In what way can We shall be glad to have, a share of your jleancd to send special maps on a Urge/ ORGANS. Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE
I V a "currency Issued by the government" work. scale on application to parties who STORE --
: V be "backed by the people P" A currency mean business and Intend to buy if they Brass and small instruments Music and Books.
VV u' has got to have something of Intrinsic can find such a bargain as they want. money. Write us; we will save yo'

V value back of It to make it good for -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine,

monetary purposes. No. one (3: Xo. two, f 10; No. three, 915Tltusvllle ROBllurs.l: GRAHAM; : Co., Titusvillc Florida. The: A.. IB. Cnn1}:)>>bell Co.
,!Suppose: the government should haul Fla. C Tltusvtlle Fix ,

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professional>OROIii OBBIXS M. ROBBIS& GRAHAM WALTER Cards., GRAHAM. \h Florida East' Coast Railway The Three Great Florida West t




ATTORNETS-AT-LAW, JacKSonvllle, St. Augustine FOIllllltl1L: and THe Indian River Railway. Coast Hotels ,

II0URH:-From to 12 a. m., '
FFICK 4 p10 Tinge Table In Kftort J..... 7th. '"\16. ,
andTITUBVILLE 2 to WHAT HE WANTED.

Brevard Co., Florida. OWNED BY
THE PLANT
0 Sox, J08.'WIllIractlollln. No Short Kxprcmxlona of Lon Would Do South Bound. North Bound.S'rTI0'a SYSTEMS

all the courts-state and fed For Ills Girl. No. No So. Nu. I N... No. :s.... .
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S;ATI'). .
"'You keep rings here don't ?" he 81. 3T 1:1: 211\\ I 78. I Nu.:12: 11II y41LvJaikxotvhla..11)
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Special'; facilities for examining and perfectL'and asked in you : : l :I 4)' a 64.pUll... -:::-::: m'lli 'a.-Ji lnn.710a ni-. .-:-. '.-::.::. -:-: '..

tit*.. a Woodward avenue jewelrystore. Ar t\t. Angneth I tllIlI) a T43 I' 91tt .. LvAwal. l'olt..III" 'I 1111 a 1n., . ....... ?
Money to Loan.1INOR LII I'ItAIIICIIMtln.' tlll1 a. .. . . . .. ? .11.11 \\.1'" iWnrh 718 a "' .. .
Lv lI..tI....... . ...44' I. . . . .. '..Lv Rlvtera. . 711:1..11I: . . .. .. .
"Certainly, replied the clerk. Lv East l'alatka .1:103: I' .... .... 11.11 \IO..JII . .. in. . ...... '
S. JONES, "Something for yourself?" rl"Rlltlka.... .... 1:12l1a: i ._:::: :::: :::-:-: : 7':":"" -:' by Ho..... ..tad, NM' a III, . ......... '. "

"No. I'm thiukm of gittin soraethin Lv...l'alatka.: 1181111 0.:.=.: _=.;.:'Lv: Alluln..::: :,: : : : $2T 1443 : ill nr : : : : : :.: :: :: : '1.:; .

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. fur my girL Got anything fur about Ar Rail Maton .. 1 III I' .. .. .... .. .v .lu"M..II. .:.. .; .. N //It, a '" .. .. ....... ...t. .
'2," LvSBaan Mateo 10 W, Do ... . . . 1..., KII..II .... .. .. $IIlI a m. .,.. . .. n. i I
ITUSVILI.E, BRETARD CO., FLA I I.v Ormollil-: :::: 19/11 p .... .. .. ... =--:-:: ..v Fort 1'1"01.. 0:10: a .. . ..1, INrwLv Stem t
"Yes I can give you a plain ring at 1)aytona.. .... ''21' ... . . ... t.V t\t I..."' I 0) :as a u ... .. .. ''OI"'M 1
of Brevard that price. Here is something I.v'ort Orange: 1112 I' . .. .. ... .... .,Lvt\n..tllln.. . .III all a ''I' . ... .-..' l1..r.
County Judge County. very ,. . 11 H .,. .. ..
Lv Now 1'1011)110.' .. 2 III I' . .... ... 100 a urno. a 14unLv
neat. Lvt HilL. . 23\1'' ..... ... ... ... tH'II" LvMslb. .. . . I12"J.. .? .. .... .. '
"I guess that would fit her all right. Tlt\l.vllle. ... .. 814 I' . ? 8 00 a 1.11 Eaut (1111118. . 11.1.\: a ii .. .. .. .. ". I /1(1\\
Lv City I'olnt . II 1111 I' . .. .. ... II 2/\/ a LII H.klmljlo, litho 12 III nl .. ... ... .. 'I 1)11'LvCocna.
[>. L. OAtrtDBS, J. T. SANDEHH, Kin I have somethin engraved on to it?" .. .... ... 111\1I1' ..... .. .. .. .. Olliia (...... ....... . .. .. '" .. . __. .. 31'29Lv '
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Notary. "Of course What is it?" Itucklolgi7 title. 4.II': . ... . ...lIll11la l.llt'ltyl'.l..t. 11 R4: : p In .. ..M. .. ::1/1'\/ \, .(
& SANDERS Lv Ban:. Gnllie .... 981 I' . ... . 11271/ a I.v 1'ltIIK\'llIe.' . I lilT I' 11\ .. I1.' 818pLvManlo. \
AULDEN "Waal, I want you to put on it I 'From .... .41141'. .. .. .. ..11311.. l.vtlnkHIII.. . 1.'II.m.. .. ... 08npLv :
Thomas J. to Helen H., who is not only Meillonrne ... 1III I' .... .. .. ... 1.1: II" n 1.11 New lmyr..a.! 213; I' m. .... .. 1 :11'1''
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW, Lv Rolt""tllu... ..... . .. :1111: I' 1.11 Port 0"1111110' 2811: I' 11\ .. . .
the boat lookin but the smartest girl in I.vAtLI..I. asip ... .. .. . 41111' I.III'ayt.u'. . :24Tpu7Ar .. .. .., i
I Will prwitlce In all the Courts of the Stated the state of Michigan. My love vein Fort I'lerce .. .. ti 14:1: I' . . .. ... 4 8u I' 1.1' Ormond..3 00 I' III .. .
[, Klciriila, and the United States Courts. Lv .:,den .. 11:1: I' ..... ...... ?. ... ... .. 1.1' Rant l'uiotka.4 80 I' 147LvJensen .. .,.. .. .. . ..
I'. O. Box,2J8. TITUS V1LLK, FLA. never never grow cold and should .. .. .. 1n I' ........ ... ... .. .. .. an Jll t -II II l m:7. :: : : :':. .
Money to Loan. 18 death overtake me my last thought Lv Stuart ... ... 12111' ........... ... ... Lv Sun Mateo ..... 1201' III(... .. .. . ..... .. ..
.... ....... .... .. .. ...
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J.vAIh-la. -
13111'
would be of you. Be good, and you'llbe .v }lobe Bunnll, 81M' p .. .. . .. .. .. .. A r 1'alntku.. ...,.. 4--1111----. .. .. .. 'raunpa, Buy Hotel, Tampa, Florida
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happy, and please accept this as a Lv W. .JuJllter .... 81:11': ......... .. ..... .. ..!.II I!'lntkn..4011 p III '.: : : : ,
TITUS, I.II1Uvlora.. 80\1'( .... ... . .. . .. 'jIIl..tllllC"... .i 441 p "'l-. .. ....
HOWELL token of love. That's what I want you J.v'VI'.hn. Bench 81101' ." ..... .. .. .. .. ...Ar Bt. Augusthe. I'. nl'm... .. .............. .. The Sominolo Hotel Winter Park Flu. ;
ATTOItVEV-AT-LAW. to put on. Y. I.v Roval Pninc'na 111M) I' .. .... .. .. .. . 1.V St. Angnstine lIall: I' n., I : ,
"Good but can't all ArFbn n.,11 Inn 00111' .... ... . .. .. Ar.Ja'k.lmvll1u. 110\(' p m 11"1"11:11\1_ !_ ,.
gracious you get \
t'rnctlco In State and Fedoral courts. Land The Inn Port Tampa all the .
that on a ring!I" exclaimed the clerk. } open year.florida
(titles a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of A & W. Branch.
"Must have it on or I don't want a
CominUstonera, and Oounty Solicitor.
'ullllty
ring I" was the firm reply. SOUTH BOUNI xon'fll t1ouNt .
1', O. Hox W. TITUSVILLE FLA. "But the usual is to + -
simply en-
way STATIONS. NO.1 No STATIONS. XU 2 x. 4 NeL
'T. to H. with the date after it. 28ap1 I .!::... &
grave NNew f\myrna III.. .. .. "n.'lty.Jnno 2MI'' 141711 ... The Central peninsular. RailroadShort
|R. Freeman Hall, Silas B. Wrl/otht./ "The usual way may be all right/ Lake feloo SIAp1113h: . .. .:. .. t' UranlH.lty 121'1' ... .. :
work with Lv S 11 8s. I"k..llel" 41np.... ...
DeLand FlaHALL with some girls but it won't Orange City ::4111' IIH'I' "
Attorney-at-Law :
.
Ar O. City Jl1no. 3atlptl48a/ .. .. ..... Ar Now Rmyrn" 11np .. ""I
mine. Wnat she wants is entiment-
& WHIG lIT, TJiiu Iwtwooii Florida and nil Northern Points. '
heaps of sentiment. So you can't get it Trains 31 and 37. daily between JankHonvillaand, St. Augustine. : ,
AGENTS on?" Trains. 28 and 21)1) daily, except I'Innc\ay.' \ Only 1,18: JIllow between Suvunnnli and JaokHnnvlllo.'
INSURANCE Train SI Honfch of St.' Augustine daily Sunday.
except
"Couldn't possibly do it. You'd wanta Train. between New Smyrna and Orange City Jnnctlon dally, except Sunday.' Everett Savannah Augusta Ca., Columbia Washington Baltimore
Tltusvllle, Florida.
surface as large as your hand to get Tl eMO Time Table Bhowa the times at which train may he expeotod to arrive and depart from
Representing the "Old Hartford," that on. the set er il I stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated not inmrantiwil, nor tine Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.

Liverpool & London & Globe, and all the "Say I exclaimed the young man aft- J.the R.10 Co ipiny TROTT.hold itself responsible for any delay or any. consequences JOSEPH arising 1t1CSIARISON themforin. EverottIAcon! Atlanta, Chattanooga, Nutthvillei, Louisville, Cincinnati,

lending companies. Are prepared to er a moment of reflection. "I have it I w\'..-..re..I..nt. Oeii'l la. ienK..r Agent. and Chicago .

write lines up to $20,0'10 in any part of I'll buy her silver belt knuckle instead Llttlo stock KanmiH St.
Brevard a --------- ----- Everett, Blriiilnnluvm, Holly Springs, Memphis, City, ,.t
county. of a ring and I'll have 'em put Louis, Chicago, Sioux City, I'll

on all I snid and add to it 'You are River Junction, Poimncola Mobile, Now Orleans, Texas, Mexico, Californiaand ,

BIICAVNB BAY, DADE COUNTY. never absent from my thoughts, and a The Tropical Trunk Line. the _'....---.- Const... KffWtU, I Ieu_. -_. I- .Him....... lit

T W. EWAN, vision of your dear face rises up beforeme .
..
Now York 1.lmll..oNew\ York F tMMllUmvim '
J. U. S. COMMISSIONER. a thousand times a day. Be true- aNOUN L NIP VO.K ."LI'k ..uvIlJ.. Ti'MI: 1... in..und l U.'Mii. )

be true t Virtue ia its own reward, and ,,,,,,, ...., ilnlly, with Through rullinnn Hlnupurii' for .
Notary Public State at Large. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. wit YMp anise. KviM-utt< ! your mother kin live with us after ware e I ,Vhtludolplilii.' Now York, Jtimton. and allY
Lands Selected; Conveyances made. married. No more at present- ,.,,.N ""IetISYON KuHturii' ( .point*. Arrives Jtuiknoiivlllo. Ii:4/: /! a. in. .I
Correspondence solicited. Address Y and :U:3ft: al.N. '
: 'p.
Bay View Hotel Cocoanut Grove goodby I' "-Detroit Free Press. JOSEPH H. DURKEE, Receiver. S,. ) C'omimrtnient' ('..... between Bt Augustine/: and M
e.se. New York. Dining cur* to and from WanliliiK-.
Office, Ewan's Landing. I SOUTH HU NOIl'rllN '. MYMNA ..1711.N .
ThoM Foretell Chaps Get There Every Time Time Table 111 Effect Jan 0. 00. tM, ,,,, e
N 23 NO, 32. Nn 111 N 124.elU60aNN00p >>
I No1261Nu,21.I : :.. _'." a a
w. ALLEN ..... ... .83osiv.JACKSONViLLE..Ar NISia III. alibi; 64opm a' Only line ThrntiKh! the. lUmutlfnl. IIH1
GEORGE ..... .. ...... .. 83t1p Sll\-a\ .. ..... .. ...Or'.nl8' .l'urk...... .. .... T2Oanr 23111' 111 .. .. ..., w.+ (, w ,/ a i f : Country: of Mldillit frl..rl .. .. ..... .. 549p 9Nta .. ..... ... ... ..1'.orl& .. ... .... . TOKaiii 281 pin.' ,. lt"y, Leave. JarkHimvllle II.'JB: a. in.
.... .... 1132a Oilip 02I1a.. .. Magnolia.. .. ..... .. . 640..11I) 11131m 453pin1135a : N. i r p for Luke ('Ity.Ive link. Mactlmm, Montlrello,
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, . 0231' Ut.'J&: ..,..Green Cove: .. 684lam I1IH'pm( 4Mipm1000p ''w TallalniNNfle, Itlver I .JIIIIOI\OIl.l I'tinmuinla Mobile,
........ Olliia .. .. ... .J1u.twlck. .... 56Taa I40pin.. ... ,,, 4 t New OrluiiiiH. and tliu Hotithwent Mexico, ('allrY -*
Key West Florida. ........ ,,1225a 10MI' 1o26 a.. ..., .,.... ,.I.all'tka............ ... lIu'am: I22pm 410pin1104p for nla anil the I'nrltlo (''''Ult. Carrie Rloeper,
.... . .. 10414.. ..... .. .f\.tSlll" ... ... . 4110a. 1211\Im .... .. .... n ofrr 1 "MP t ArrlveiJnrkeonvillu7:10ain.' : ) .
.. ..... .. I121p 11Ia ... .. I'.n..na.... ... . . 441)atn U47in.: .... ..
Will practice In the United States . . 1I41a 11 Its ..... ..Crescent CityJunction..4 2,1: a nr 12M I' III.... .... T...mvim .liickiioiivllle I OlII::! a. in. for
and State Courts. !) .. ... I12'p' 121140. 11 38a ? .... ........t4uville... ... .. 41111a.. 12111pm 3(1)pm Minnie, Hllvur Ottalu, UIt"I""vllle.Ceilar
9jun0JDR. ........ .... .... 124110.) 1211011' .. .... ...DeLeon Springs.. .. .. .,. 321.. rtt. 1141.. .. .. @ i Y Kny 14\'rll'lC.\ l Tnvara, Apnpka.. ,
.... .... .. .. 124'a! 121:11': ,,......... Glenwled... .. .. .... 3111.. nI 1141 a :. p Orh.) ,,"WUdwo.uuuI ", Unlle. (Ity, 1'laut City
.... 1/101'/ 1tO: a 1.1: 271' .... ....... .JI..rosror... .. .... .. 300am 11 30 24n1w 1'111111'10. Arrlvejm'kennv111e84M1p.m.:

B. L. WILLS, :;. ..... 205p.1'243I'Ar .... .. .. .,DeJo.n.1 ...... .... { I.II . .. ... Ii 115 ill.. "I/OI'III L F l l ." re
.... .... l8np.19UrylLr Ar .. . 211111'10 r Jack-
..... ... $228p..N22sp: ........ ..Enterprise. .. .. .. ..... . t 1311 t2 OIl III Cincinnati ami Florida Limited Leave Time
illu Bolld Vest lbnle Train.
..... 24l': ", ... 2p: .. .... ... .. ..O"teso.. ..... ... . .. .... ( .. 141il'III JI 8"I';: T.IMI: m'p..hour m. f'lnnliimitl: via. Mnoon,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, .ain/ (' p ....... 84gi ..... .. Mime ... .. .. .. .. ... 0411 1.1: 411puraeap.a over to {' fur NimlivlllH.l.iinlitvlllii
.... .... ...... a4np... .. ..4(4rnnge. : ..... . .. . . .. aanaiiuiapnlt35(1p. Atlanta' ClmttannoKn., .and ''all'UletJts lioliitArrlvu north sail(
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA . ( .. ... t311flpAr ...... ....ITl.USVILI.IC......... Lv.. . .. 6aoall. tl2u'llm: TI' t'lilriiuo. g.Soa. .
Pugnacious and Jealous Portyin . .t323p: ... .. 3M8p./ : ... .. .Paula ...... .... . .... .. 705an7/ 1141 sin rr.oRID" :eNTRALf.aln. '" west JaukHotivlllo : i
OFFIOK Hutchinson road-There) sits that imported poodlethat's ] .... .... 3STI\> ... .31171'.. .. 'Sorrento....... ... . . .... OOliam 11 Ualll
:- Avenue, near the hearts of all the she ..... 411 Ilp ., . .. .. .Jllt.. Dnra........ ..... .... . .. 114IIam II 01 and ((1 I Holly 81.rhllCsl"'I\ St. LoiilH, Kansas City
the Indian River hotel. breaking ..... t 420 2I1pAr...... ..'.rall..ros..I.v. ..I5Mam: ttOllllalll 0 MO.e. ..N ,.,a riilouKo, halvenrksnnvilie' Tun: p. in. via
dogs in the neighborhood. He even ...... 2311 Il1pAr..... ... . \ ..... ........LvS224)ain1066ain\ 1'1111'11I S JlI''II' Atlanta, IllrniliiKliam' Holly Spring
setter's affection from .. 3111 : o.p ........ .A\t"'onto\ Al'rIlIKft.' ... .. 1111 a iii 11am\ II 'I' in Hlnux (" Slee' without
weaned my pet ., .. P..4. (, .... . .Wlnterlnrk. .... .. .... Irdain 1001la..i 1.1/1:11'11I: : Momplil, Sprlnitrtidd" Kaunas City St. Lout, (loiiir" 'Ity Through Sioux 6ty Arrive
ASPINWALL, me. How I'd like to have him out herein I .... .... ii.. / atlp ....... ...Or..n..o.. . . 12/1tlalO/ ) OMaill 1:441111111: 'J"mlto t.> KHIIMM' City and Ht. 1.lnti5,14"11 only one 010'1(0' to Chicago: and : ,

JOHN thu road for just five minutes I ...... .... .... ..113 ) ) '.. ....,..... ...,. ...,Kissimmcc...Jlartnw..I.v. ...... ..... 1:4114..10:2oopin lIlIIam 744)ame06nain: 14lieS7II Jni'kHimvlllolion( I*.I M.-I 946 I: aLoon i) iii for' TnlliiliiWHoe. and lntlnnodlulaliolnts.. 'Pullman. ... Kl' Arrive.. .TU'k""vllie ArrlvejiiiikminFor ,8:4.1:, p.eii.ina.m.in.:

(Walks slowly away, growling, and .... 110411 .41111. .. ... ..,.. l1..rlla.... .. . ... 10/la./ .. 11-50 P. M.-For 'r..UII".nlllllt..rrnnclll.te. point. *Jin'konvlllu, REAL ESTATE & INSURANCE.EAU waits at the corner.Truth.. ., a611I'iO a "OUnpAr. ... ... .. ...Tarnl.... .... .... .1'1.I 83AAm: 70na m101nan, Mlu.n.Atlul1ta.twu'I'rlllll"lllIlIy.Train I Loavo : u. : 1.111.
.. ., aaav: 820a 8211p ...... ... .Tampa. nay Hotel. .. 1111'I' : ''I' '" 106nanr Pullman Slenper' on all Night
....? .. . IIlIIIa 6/1OpAr./ ... .. .. Tampa. ... ..LII.1wpm: Sloane... .. .. JTjr- Sated for Kent Indexed Townnlilp Map of florlda toN
.... ... Mon and Thurs 0Jill'/ 1.1'. ..... .Port Talllpa...... .Ar..Thnrs.anISnn.
GALLIE, '. FLORIDA A Bird Sixteen Feet High. ...... .. Tees tit: Friday. 8111.pAr...... .,.KeyWe"t..... .1.1' 0801'11I W..d..II.IRI.t. S. PENNINGTON, A. O. MAcDONKLI,
The skeleton of a giant extinct bird .. .... Wed and S/tt. 6IMI"Ar . . ... ..lIallaOl. . .. Lv 12NIpmlVedsitu: : Mutt.
Ti'afllo Mnimgor, General Passenger Ag't.
now on exhibition in the museumof

DR. M. D. L. DODSON, Cbristohurch, New Zealand, gives Dally. t Daily except Sunday

faint idea of the gigantic formsof TraIn 23,leaving JackunnvlllB dally at II:::10 a. m., arrive at Itawtlmrno at 11:40: Oalnosvllt --- -.-. -- -' -
one a 12:311: Ocala I ::N1), LeoHlmric; S'2ft: Krooknvlllell'OO: p. in. VM
DENTIST. animal life which once existed: on Traln1.1 and 7H carry through l'ullmILIIUutr..t/ Slunplnir cars hot wren New York ..mll't Tampa
this The skeleton is that of a Train 124 and 12IS/ -Tliroiiirh Vestibule and. chair our betwenJnekennvrlln. and Tuiniia. FERTILIZERS !
Specialist in Operative, Surgical and planet.a bird formerly-indigenous to New Trains 21 and :J2, through Pullmanalouplnir cars between Jacksonville. and Tampa HIGH GRADE
moa
Mechanical Dentistry. W. II. COFFIN, O. 1>. ACKKULY.ienunil : .
Zealand but which is believed to have General Superintendent ( Passenger| Agent

WEST PALM BEACH, FLOHIDA become extinct about 9,000 years ago. .
-- -- MANUFACTURED BY -
Even the traditions of the natives fail

CRAVEN to give any account whatever of this
F.v. MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.
ornithological wonder, which is now Chapman c4c Svidlovr

DENTIST, only known by its bones these being Florida, New Vork, ,
occasionally found in the caves where
TITUSVILLE South Jacksonville: Florida.
FLORIDA. they have lain for ages, protected from Philadelphia and Boston ,

Office east side Hutchinson avenue, near the disintegrating effects of the weather. Flit., snit llrnuwl.k, On.FABSKttftKIl .
Sailing frond Fernlt..lltu.
Indian River Hotel. A noted British scientist writes"What as For Oranges Vegetables and Pineapples.
follows concerning the moa: SKUVICK. ,

Niagara is to ordinary waterfalls the Steamer train leaven. Jacksonville (union Depot), "At
RAIL." F. C. & I'. R. K, 'Tliiimduv only, on
to the bird tribe. It belonged p.
DR. F. H. HOUGHTON, moa was Brunswick. 10 p. in. I'tummiifon, Kolni at imuv on boarc <_:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-
to the Titans which dwelt upon the teanier.

earth in the days of the dodo and the Through car without traimfuiMikmnivlllo. to Hrnn,wlckPHOI'OSKU Dilator In all kind of Raw Mute-rial, such no. Hulp. Potash, Knlnlt, CottonSeed

DENTIST. mastodon. It was a long time before Meal, Nitrate of Soda, etc., etc.
SAILINOHl and steamed lit the fnctoiy In three different wrists,
the incredulous naturalists could be in- Lv. New York Pier 21 E. R.,3S10.d.: m, (Standard Time) LV- llniniiwlck. Done ground

Atlantic Block, Daytona, FU duced to admit the possible existence: Friday Dee 20 .COLORADO../, r.Y.FridayIlea.21, )U r" Bond for rumpliloU nnd rllcCIl.
Dec.: .,. GIIA.NDK.,. Jan. 3 ..
bird the earth's Friday Friday, ----- --- -- ------------- -
of such a gigantio on Friday Jan. 3 .. JOLOKADO' ..,.. .nRrlday.Jsn.10 -
surface at any period of the'globe'. his Friday Jan. 10. ) (1KANDK! Friday, Jan. 1?
ALEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS A SON, Of late however several Friday,Jan.IT.. .. .. .... ... ....... ..... .COLOKADO....... ... .. .. . .. ... Friday .,..n. U
tory. years For geOl.rallnfonn.tlon. teamen, train rate, etn., apply to any railroad agent or to
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW enterprising naturalists have made trips H. H. RAYMOND: AlCe..CL"erna"lIna. t1.... CIIAS. DA VI KM, Agent 'fjn W. Hay. St. Jvckmrnvllle FLORIDA BOAT WORKS
to New Zealand from both Europe and H. U. RAYMOND General, Southern Ar.o"t.llru""w"'k.,; ifs.
C. H.JALWRY'Oentlrat tier .. ,
JACKSONVILLE Agent, 20, R : N. Y.
TAVABES FLA.
!: AND
America for the sole purpose of examining -

Will continue to practice in the courtsof and reporting upon that marvel West Palm Beach Florida.

the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All one skeleton.St.. Louis Republic. ,
OB: .a s- :E3LCcSl C C
business before the United States and : N 1f _

State Circuit Courts will receive the Far. DEALERS
IN :g c ot
personal attention of Mr. Alex St.
Clalr-Abrains. Fur, after some years'wear, will look F'ine l.n.es: an.c1 L1.ca."U.ors; E
much improved if cleaned with new ==

bran previously heated in the oven 301, 300 A 311 w: Hay St., : o '-3
John B, Stetson University Rub the hot bran well into the fur with S3oo

a piece of flannel, shake the for to re- JACKSONVILLE ,. '. FLA. .s SSo

DeLand, Florida.For move all particles, and then brash thor-. Rye and ourbon Whiskies from f...$ oughly. The fur will clean more easilyif to 3JVIner K llon.Jlrftndleo .
from ('.111 to M.73 tallon.tr O
per (: -
both Sexei. Normal School the lining and wadding are first re :
College, We make a Specialty at North Carolina = &
= -
Academy Art School and Conservatory or moved, but such removal is not absolutely Mountain Dew Corn Whiskey, threw

twenty Mualc. An teacher institution Seven of Bret elegant rank. Faculty building l of, needfuL The flat, oily look which year old, 9JJHI per gallon.. CX9 > c=

beaten by team, lighted by electricity. Hot mars the appearance of the neck portion Juiipi. -I gal. 2ocU, :2 gal!? 39cti, t gal., PURE. IZ -g
and ; BOita.K
cold ,,
water tl1e.
Department Thoroughly of Fbyilcal equippedgymnasium. Culture of furs long in use is mostly if not :.! cA' :a; l
with Military Drill for young men. Library of wholly removed by the mean of bo 'M. ,W ==
6.11I., | with all Parties living In Town will ilo .
Dry
Reading room leading
I pert"'TUme"sad daily and weekly bran. Rub the fur the wrong way, this ...eUIo order from tin a* we can navethem == "Cd e:>> t=caCO
TIll oroughly .qulp.-I chemical and physical meaning in this particular instance the M per cent. on all. order WHISKEY; c.:: 1aO
aboratorl"s. Se..rate. bOlhllng for end with order. =-= -
:y'Always
Art lion ScbOOI.In ,with art .u of ...etablle arePUUttac .- right way._ _ We" will not open new money account un...... = ==

:27.IWA.charge. Second term open IXKembe. .... Mot. Be....... suitable Jacksonville reference In given,'
Send for catalogue giving full Information Not .so No Good tent G.O. D. to Dry To......
to
JOllY F. FORBES. President. There was a man in Nottinghamnnir

who discontinued the donation ha bad Boats hauled out and Repaired at tho lowes

Have you seen it ? Seen what ? Why regularly made for a time to a missionary Prompt attention iven to orders.
the Walton Rapid Calking Machine.: Iyou society. When asked as to his reasons figures.
Estimate given on all kinds of boats.!!
owns tall boat don't fall to traveled
or row I're
he replied: "Well. a

laTer nave ,one and on Is hand.patented It Is In great the United labor bit in, my time. I've been astir as Slea- JOB PRINTING Neatly and Promptly Executed -Agent for the Celebrated

and I never saw a
States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A ford. in Lincolnshire and I don't believe there WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
few of the black man,
state rights will be sold at a
Standard. at the "Advocate" Office.
reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton are any. -Londap -
A. T. ROSE.
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--+ INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE 4'- brush, which serves as a protection him at the time of the mutiler. lie last men, and thought he recognized one its

;r '1 against fronts and beating rains. saw them alive on Thursday, December Jenkins. It Will Take You only

QUANTITY OF SEED. 11, 1M01, about noon when he left hometo "Jenkins told he had started to New 1

i' i A WEEKLY JOURNAL DEVOTED TO THE DCVKLOPMBKT 'The quantity of seed to sow depends go to Orange Couuty. He had known Smyrna," said W. A. Goodrich. "And to read
McKea for several McKea visited told him he need at three minutes
or THE INDIAN RIVBB, LAKB upon the area to be planted. One 02., years. Mr. McKae not stop
\ 'j' WORTH AND DINOAVKB SAY SEOTIOH1. If a good stand is had, will furnish his house very often, coming both by Packwood's, as Mr. Packwood was not
,, I plants for three acres. It Is not safe wood path Md also by boat lie saw at home, but that he (Jenkins) went any- this ad. and it will

however, to be governed by such a rule. McUei on Wednesday previous to the way, and told what be saw" OL '

\ Office: Washington Avenue, Tltusvllle The tobacco need are so small and the murder, and asked him for money he E. J. McDaniel testified that he saw a of "

Indian River, Florida plants so tender and tiny when they owed him, and told him that he was man In a. skiff going In the direction of pay you at the rate :

l ] first come up, an to make them of nil going: away and needed the money. Packwood's place, who he afterwards
lie has known Irwlng Jenkins for sev learned was Jenkins. Dollar Minute
seeds and plants the moot easily killed or a a
\ PUBLISHED: EVERY FRIDAY. Injured. If seed are covered too deep, eral year lIe has known Marion Clinton Mrs. Beville was sworn, and stated i i.AT

or If the ground Is allowed to become for several years and has employedhim that she was at Hewitt's, Saturday, at

1 -- dry after they have sprouted, they will but he never slept at the house or noon, and that Jenkins was there when
visited Packwood said he had she afterwards Tom
socially. arrived. Shortly .
CIIA H. WALTON, Managing Editor Ss 1'ropr die. Again insects may destroy themIn !
a day. Seed come and the stand two guns and one revolver on the prem Wilson came and the two men entered
IlEMtv:- AMTHOHV, Editor. may ises. The loaded and Into overheard
be good, and they may be the prey of guns were not conversation and she
insects 6r be dried out by the sun. were In the dining. room when he left Jenkins say to Wilson, "Hae you heard
MKMHEU OF and the fertilizer the Jiouse. The pistol was loaded ex- the sad news ?" to which Wilson ans-
Again, plants may come, -
cept one barrel in a wardrobe In his wered "No." Jenkins then apprisedhim
,
THE FLORIDA PRESS ASSOCIATION, not having been put in the soil long/ The Store
room. of the after which Wilson
burn them murder Surprise
enough, directly.In *
may up *;t-
Arthur Hewitt and! testified said road
AFFILIATED WITH THE view of these facts and possibly, was sworn "Well, I met three men on the
that he remembered when last
Allan Bruce night, Jenkins, and I hallooed to one ,
Editorial floatation. others, I It Is well to have on hand little-
National lent seed to provide against these contingencies was killed; was at Crouch's that morn- 1 of them, thinking/ it was you."

\ or accidents. Again no one ing. Clinton came there about 10 a. m. "Come this way," replied Jenkins,
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'I The and soon after Jenkins came ,and askedthem adding that "If you tell that around
should depend one sowing.
email of upon / to go to Packwood's, as he had here the folks will lynch me." J
WE have a quantity first' should be followed by another St. Florida
been there and called Mr. Packwoodand Mrs.! Berry! testified that on Christmas Augustine
genuine Sumatra tobacco seed to every week or two, not only as a pro- ,
had reply window after the murder Jenkins at her
J tection against accident, but to have got: no ; saw a Day was
give away to subscribers of the fresh plants with which to supply miss broken and a pistol and a piece of scantling house In conversation with him, he

ADVOCATE only.] It will be divided ing places In the field, for which on the porch and was afraid to go described the condition in which he
purpose
.t us fur, as it will go, and those who they are always _ded. In. Saw the dead bodies of the four, found the Packwood house and premises,
and witness then left to tell his father, and said that among other things which
; want to try a little of it must Bend One OZ.,flue mixed meal thoroughly will broadcast in three E. J. Hewitt; and Clinton went off to he saw on the porch was a bloody knife. la the fate of prices to suffer
of
! quarts sow
a stamped-addressed envelope for __ 1.lln. tell McKea: and Crouch and Jenkins Prof. Norman Robinson ex-state amputation with the coming of the
, 1W square f,,,,.* Th a men 1 ....."..te n
h same whether have evenly sowed the bed. stayed at the house. Jenkins or Clinton chemist, said he had made examinationof New Year.

I i A hand you rellcr can be made by sawing would not look in or go on the porch.E. the shirt In evidence, which was alleged EVERYTHING IN THE
six G. Hewitt, on being re-called, said to have been found at McRae's
which
oft is from
WE have given a good deal of a log, to eight he heard of the murder from Miss Weaver. house, and pronounced some of the StoreWith
I Inches thick, and making a frame with
i pace to the culture of tobacco in'I' handle to it;, or it can be used where lIe then went to Packwood's and stains thereon similar to stains of human Big

' ,. this issue and we think it will be beds are small without. In place of a found Crouch, Jenkins and Fell; saw the blood.
'I' roller the hand or a board maybe usedto scantling, pistol and hat on the porch; The testimony of the state's last witness a tinge of winter about It has
appreciated by our East Coast the dirt to the seed. found the four dead bodies in the house, Frank Bryan colored, was slightlyat been greatly reduced in price, and now
I I. I readers. If this matter is entered press Mrs. Hatch on the floor of one room, variance with his testimony at the It Is nothing short of a Bargain Pic-
;
: into intelligently, we have no doubt WHAT KIND OF SEED TO OROW. and her son on the couch, and Miss former trial, being favorable in some Nie to shop here.

.;I farmers on the East Coast will derive The common impression prevails that Bruce on the bed In the next room, and respects to the defense to-day, whereupon -
-
Cuba seed, after they have seeded herea the boy on the floor. Mrs. Hatch, her the state's attorney began a series '
1 considerable benefit by enterIng year or longer, are better than freshly son, and young Packwood all had 'holes of questions with the apparent attemptto If You Can't Come don't hesitate to send

I ; into this profitable Industry.I imported seed; that they make a better In their faces, and their throats Impeach the witness which was vehemently ,

I ; wrapper, etc. This has not been the were cut; Miss IJruco's limbs hung objected to by the defense. FI-

experience of the station. Fresh Im- partly out of bed, and her clothes were nally, after a somewhat excited debate,

) i( GROWING OF TOBACCO. ported seed have grown as large leaf, as up to expose them. She had a wound the witness was excused, when court Your Orders right along.>

: good wrapper and filling, and in every I across the face one in the cheek, and adjourned until to-morrow.

I f way done equally as well as those which her throat was cut like the others; there
The cultivation of tobacco in have been in the state from one to five was also some blood in her lap. NothIng JAN. 22. Nine
I Florida has been discussed at some years. seemed disturbed In the house, except The first witness sworn to-dav was cases out of ten you will get just as

I ':' length during several weeks past WATERING.A that_a drawer In_ a small table was ex-Sheriff Duval county N. B. Brow-
,
open, and papers and letters were scattered ard, who was to have testified as to a good selection as if here in and in
.1 I person
is ,
and the ADVOCATE by no means great many tobacco beds are ruined around also a broken on the I conversation he had with Irving JenkinsIn ,
; gun
I behind in advocating the growing 1 1r by improper watering. To properly bed. lie Identified a large knife found the presence of Major St. Clalr-
Case
1iz r of this profitable weed. L. B. water is of the utmost importance. The lying near Mrs. Hatch A stick was Abrams, while Jenkins was In the Jacksonville Every the very
object sought is to water so as not to
also her her hand. All of jail, but the admlssability of
Wombwell, J< Commissioner of lying near by
sq., pack the earth either on the seed or

4; Agriculture, in writing us a few around the growing plant. A simple. of tho the bodies ladles were had a fully nightgown dressed under, and one her defense this testimany, and after was an objected argument to the by evidence the- BEST VALUES We have will be Sent.
Is barrel stand
contrivance placed
a on a
: days : "I send excluded.
un was
r; ago, says you, frock. Going to the house he noticed
eight or ten feet above the bed and to
tier of tracks that and with Tom Wilson colored, being recalled
separate cover, a package some going way, /
side. In the bottom of this barrel
; one them small track lie tried to testified that he first heard of the murder You Order
Sumatra (genuine) seed. Our insert aInch pipe that will reach near a dog's through Mr. Ilewett. can with Full Confidence, as
> I'I" of Veulta is at the To this attach a hose find some tracks coming from the house,
supply Abaja ground. long
present J. W Preston sheriff of Orange
but could not find There might deputy
I exhausted, but we are trying enough to reach the centre of seed bed. have been other tracks any.that he did not county testified as to the various this is the LARGEST DRY GOODS STOREin

t.. to get more, and if we do, will send Attach the hose to a pointed stick to notice. lie left the house and startedfor sizes and makes of cartridges.
middle of bed and In
it In the
ti you some. The demand for seed end support place a revolving sprinkler and turn town; asked Jenkins if he saw any Arthur Ilewett last saw McRae at E. the whole State of Florida.
G. Hewett's house
tracks and he said and out on Friday before the
I yes, pointed
} is very great. I believe tobacco the water on. This will give results as murder about 3 o'clock.
the ones mentioned; told him to followIt ,
will do well in many parts of your near a light rainfall as can be obtained. up, and went to town. Mr. Crouch Mrs. Clinton, mother of Marion Clin-

,> county." Other methods can be used, such as the hesitated to hold back curtain, so the ton, testified that she had known McRae ::TN eJ: S TIES:I :
j.t': common rose sprinkler or sprayer. If witness could look In the house, and did about nine years. She was at her homeat ,
I James P. Del'ass Professor beds made and the trenches
a Esq., are narrow not want to stay.TAVABEB. the time of the murder and said Mc-
i ''h of Agriculture, in referring kept intact, the trenches can be filled Rae came to her house about dusk that

.i to the growing of tobacco, says: with water and allowed to.soak through FLA., JAN. 17. night, and that he came the road he Proprietor of the Surprise Store
beds. ,
Court opened at 9:30 on the fourth generally came.
The increasing Interest In the culture The best time to water Is in the evening dav of the Packwood murder case.

\ ...1.L: of tobacco throughout the state And the / beginning early enough to allow George P. Dlnilnlr testified that ha ST. AUGUSTINE FLA.

i demand for literature on the subject, time to place sufficient water on beds so went to p ckwItbN; l -and The Late Accident to Mr. J. E.

Induces me to prepare this bulletin In that they will not dry out the next day. others on Saturday, and found the doors

the Interest of the Inexperienced grower Sometimes whole beds, during a dry locked. He got in through the window, Liaiiouette. JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. B. BARNETT Vice-President;

v TilE PKEPAIIATION OF SEED BED.Prepare time, are killed by not wetting the bed and then unlocked the door and let the W. M. BROWN, Cashier

h If seed land bed la the fl rakew oil all In sulllclently dining so the that following they will retain day. moisture The- floor others under in. Broken the body glass of was Mrs. on Hatch.the PonT TAMPA CITY, INDIAN
I January. new
beds should be watered and RIVER STATE
I : all dally, kept Blood was on the ceiling and wall near Jan. 23, 1SOD. BANK
j trash digging UP carefully roots.
until the
up plants are large enough to
f i r Break up land deep either with spade or do without It. the bed on which Miss Bruce lay. A Editor Advocate': ,
large knife was found on the lounge beside -
1 hou if bed are Hmil: | If largo with plow; Dear Sir Mr.\ Lanouctte would like (Incorporated under the Laws
V, bat do not turn under the top Boll too SIZE OF PLANTS TO TItANCI'LANT.Plants young Hatch. A broken gun lay on to of the State ofFlor'ida.)

I It deep. If the land U old, hoe oil all are largo/ enough, If the season the bod beside Miss Bruce. lie saw a correct a statement published in the Authorized
ADVoCATE: of last week relative to the capital $1OOOOO
,
bullet In the casing of the broken win-
grass and wouiU buforo breaking/ up. IH good to take from bed when they
'il The seed bed should<1 have Home exposure have four well developed loaves, even dow. The bed did not appear to have accident In he which met with It stated at Enterprise he Junction Paid up capital, $25OOO
to the and bo though they spread on the ground. been slept in. The bodies were very stayed too
'r'r HUH nuar water, may long on the train his Average
saying good-bye to
deposits $3OO,000
I Net or springy land in not good unions The best size:: are those from four to six stiff. _..._. e
''f 4 well drained. A bud In the open forest Inches high. Still: plants that are from U. S. Nelson test!Hod that E. G. HewItt family. The accident was caused by the
criminal of
eight to twelve Inches have boon mod had! told him about the murder He negligence the railroad em-
where shado and
II BUD, water cum l Uo had
"w' as needed in the bust ttulocliou. New BiiccoHsfully by making the hole deep found the bodied as described by former ployees, who assistance neglected/ to transfer to furnish thelIecellslll'y w Transacts a General Banking

land in lit hotter enough, HO that from four to six Inches witnesses. our baggage / -
:, some respects, than
which he had i
do
E. G. Hewitt was recalled and said / to himself; and Business
old, but It should be manured whether of the plant is left above ground.In .
that he helped to dress the bodies Saturday was on the car doing so when it started;
burnt or not. Old land can bo burnt transplanting and If done by hand, '
and he make
anti then fertilized but the eVAn If the season Is a good one, It will night. They wore burled Monday. having to connection for
over eXl'ol'lence '
New Largest and Oldest! Bank River
the
Orleans jumped off the train and 't on
t on the Htatlon does not demonstrate pay to water each plant a little, so as to He took a bullet out of tho window broke hU above the
Kettle the earth to It. If the Is casing. leg just knee. He
that the burning/ of land for a seed bud season
la of any other advantage. / when the soil good they can be dropped anti planted W. S. Hart stated that ho went to tiroPackwood' did tho not oven have time to get the parcels DIRECTORS I
train much less
IH prepared well and made rich by fertilizing like cabbage plants, and they will live Saturday Ho saw marks on on to say goodbyeto JA4.PRITCUARn'V.n, ARNETTPrealdentof (
than the destruction! of weed and and grow off as readily. the left shoulder of young Hatch, as If his wife and baby. the National Hank of JacfcHimvllle), J. H.
The error in the ADVOCATE Is DUHKHK (Vlce-l'reMiUent National Hank of
made by the claws of a dog. a pardonable -
grass Heed I, which can be picked out ,lackHonvllIe), W. 8. GRAHAM and W. M. I
TODACCO LAND the
one, as mis-
reporters
Court 4:3l were
cheaper than by burning. The bed adjourned until 0 a. m. JlICI>WN: .
should be made smooth with slila should be either sandy or that which linn Saturday informed In this connection. Mr. J an- COnilKSPONDKNTS.
one
lightly higher than the other In order a subsoil of clay one foot or more below TAVARES, JAN. 18. ouotte wishes through your columns to ;_. ti nm ..,. I. Seaboard National Hank of New York and
._ .. his thanks to the gentlemen National Bank
the IIUI'facoVhel'e the shay Is on the express whoso of Jacksor vllle. 20
made hU eland narrow water and. HO lho trenched boils should that If(IJI It, surface it Is not regarded as good tobacco After court opened on the fifth day'strbal kindly assisted him at the time of the '1"X".rUSVILL T FT. A .
of the Packwood! murder 1 accident
became to the land. Still there Is land designated case, -especially Messrs. Coleman
water trenches
1 could be necessary used to hold the, .and as clay which has a preponderanceof Judge Bcggs State's Attorney, stated to and Gardner and others who did all
In
water tho oourt that It was the desire of both they coultl to alleviate his
sand in It. Such: land I would not sufferings.
thin allow the beds to become
I ,h by ttouklng way In. wot hesitate to plant tobacco In. As a rule the state and the defence to advance the Respectfully yours FLORIDA EAST COAST RAILWAY /

any land! which will bring a fair crop of trial as much as possible. That much Mus.!; J. E, LAXOUETTE. <
FERTILIZER FOIl 1IKDM. corn or cotton, whether they be highlands time could be saved by both sides in the

Decomposed or fresh stable or cow or low experience demonstrates, proper presentation of the case and in

I manure, cotton seed meal or oiushvd are good:\ tobacco land in Florida, pro- bringing the trial to an earlier con- Fort Pierce.The f Land Depart1nent.

'I r cotton seed, or rotted cotton wed are vUled the high land is not springy, or the clusion.
'r '!i good. Quite a number of commercial low too wet, both of which havo made Judge Broome stated that he felt the If you wish to purchase land for Stock
fertilizers, prepared specially for tobacco good tobacco the post season when properly force of the remarks, and believing that truck ranch. General Farming, Fruit Growing -
growers are busy
+ f havo proven good. Almost any drained. time would be saved to the court and vegetable.The shipping Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot.-, anywhere i..., "...._ 0. "_ I
t'. of the standard fertilizers for vegetable. Low or that lands should be broken un the cause of justice protected, he adjourned and vwvivvvu tJUV ague UH I

tII, ''I;,. la the absence of others would servo;; and then bedded when ready for fertili tho court to Monday morning at pay train passed through here Miami: call on or address the undersigned.

!'1 ': observing this make the bed rich. The zer. The rows should run in tho direction U a. m. Wednesday on its way south. rr Special terms to actual settlers.

Intelligent farmer who knows lie soil of the natural drainage. TAVARES, JAN. 20. I
Commodore
Clark Is
roust bo the judge./ Apply your fertil None.-"Sandy:: lands" Is used as the located at the JAS.
,'1 bur a month before sowing and when common term In Florida to designate the At the opening of the Packwood mur- St. Lucie hotel, enjoying some fine fish E. INGRAHAM Land Commissioner, I

applied do not put It deep, but on top character our soils. All soils which der rose to-day F. J. Packwood was re- ing. ST. \

J of the bed. It may bo off In, but If ore not clay: or largely mixed with clay called. lIe said Mclioe and Jenkins both Mrs. Alma Merrlwether and children AUGUSTINE, FLA.

BO, barely cover it. The young plants are called generally "sandy lands." knew where the keys of the winehouso left for Palm Beach Wednesday evening,

*.k need I the fertilizer at once, and It must were kept. The knife found near the accompanied by Mrs. W. T. Harbin. who
not be put beyond their reach. [To be continued next Issue] body of young Hatch was were has gone on a few weeks' visit.
McKae had seen It, and know it ASPHALTROOFPAimGround :

I BOWING TUB BKKD. was kept. The masquerade ball at the Fort Piefrce

.. 1 Seed sown earlier than February or W. S. Hart was recalled, and stated hotel was well attended beginning at ,'
PACKWOOD MURDER
I 2. t'io' llrst of March In Northern Floridaare : CASE. that some one handed him a bullet 8 p. m. with the Grand March in which (In Pure
': not likely to be of service unless which he fitted in a mark on the wallover about twenty-five couples In fancy '
I costumes 1
protected from cold winds and frosts. the bed. participated. Among the ladles hlOhlJ, : Rfifl Brown alld Agents wanted.

The best results for early planting have Till: OKKAVSOMK SPECTACLE Dr. A. J. Goodwin described the special mention should be made of the and est J Write for '
I : Samples,
been obtained on the station by sowing UK-TOLD. wounds on the bodies. charming hostess who represented the

t.logter! John Pell said that Arthur Hewitt Irish Biddy to perfection; Miss Lily Bell Grade Black ,I Prices, '

:P ;\11 and Marion Clinton came there in the In the stars and stripes looked very neat Asphaltum. f
I on the station I\IIll\te as the 10th of June, TAVAItKS, THURSDAY, JAN. 10. morning about 0 o'clock and Jenkins also her sister, the authoress as England : { Catalogue, Etc. t

: and planted on cabbage patch 12th of Oa Thursday last Attorney Elford lily, about 10 o'clock, and told them something in the Union Jack and wreath of white ::

.i July, and a good crop of llrst-chua tobacco of UoLand, opened Packwood mur- was wrong at Packwood's. and red roses were becoming to her FOR I'AII: TTIc: fI
I I o raJned Broadcast or' sow In der case for the state by reading the In- lr. R. J. Beyllil said that while waitIng Miss :Sadie: Saunders, as Little Do Peep; t'I
TIN
r I: drills. If ID drills raise the beds so dictment to the jury, after which ho he llel\nllhe or six pistol shots in was very cute. Among the gentlemen,: IRON and SHINGLE ROOFS Factory Farm

t 11 that In cane the weather becomes dry presented the state's side of the case, the direction the Packwood house. Mr. \ndrew.,1\8 a clown, was first-class ? and Rail-

water can be poured between drills, giving the leading facts In connection He thought that some one was shooting Mr. Yelverton. as 1SOO! was well represented ; road Buildings Freight Cars r

.t without Injury to plants, by caking the with the tragedy in a plain, concise, ducks.E. ; Mr. Walter Hanklns, as a sailor Bridges, Fences and

L1 earth around them On dry sandy land yet lucid manner. J. Moore testified that on Sunday could not have been beaten. There wasa Iron Work
I advise drills, although It will require a Ed. O. Hewitt was then called by the he saw Jenkins at Packwood's, and Is host of others but have no room to of every Kind.

{ larger area for bed and more labor. prosecution and testified that he had sure that he was the man who came to mention them. Kefreshments were Building
If seed are either sown in drill or not been to Packwood's house for some his. house. around about 10 o'clock. It was passed the Papers Tarred Felts, 2 and 3-ply Asphalt Ready
Roofing
broadcast cover very shallow and roll time before tho murder; had no reason The court adjourned till 9:40 a. m. most enjoyable social party ever held and all kinds of
the soil It with the hand. Seed for not going; had some trouble withPackwood Tuesday.
or press here. Many thanks are due our host Z2ooaza.gr: : l:
lightly brushed and then rolled is as years ago, but was friendly; and hostess for the pleasant Supplies t1The I
\ 21. evening FKOM
., good if not the best way to get them up. .t the time of the murder. JAX. spent, and we can assure anybody going
(; The bed should be moist enough to F. K. Packwood stated that he had Tom Wilson, colored, was first sworn. there will find solid comfort and good Armitage Manuf'g Coe 1r';'

R 1 sprout the seed and kept so. one child a small boy, and his wife's Traveling the Oak Hill road Friday night attention. We forgot our host, who was :Manufacturers of Asphaltom, Coal Tar ,

After the bed .U sowed cover,It with sister, MIssAdlalde llruce, living with of the murder, he met a party of three (n militalr to perfection. 3200 to 3300 WIlllaD18bul'lr Oils, etc., T
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INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 21,189". &



Awarded work. been taken for county property, beingon
The" the line of the road. Mr. Wm. St. Lucie River.Mr. < f
best Honors-World Fair.3ICE steamer Spartan, Capt. Nesbitt, county I G. G. SPRINGER x
left Sunday morning for Ormond. Treutler has this matter In hand, and -
.DR; was present at the last meeting of the J. Olds has been picking his crop
for Messrs.Grant Near A Taylor left Monday Hoard, but was not willing to accept the of oranges for the List week, and theyare I
where they will resume well- amount offered. Mr. Treutler la f am liar very line.Vhoevel'lsays| we cannot Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
driving operations. ,
with the actual the I
cost figures, raise oranges down this way had better
Eleven carloads of shell have been bridge being built under his Immediate call and see Mr. Olds' grove before they

used at Sarno recently, on the driving supervision, and knows precisely what talk so much.
and cycling track. amount the county ought to pay. It is ICE ANDDisti11ed
to be hoped that the matter will be soon We understand there Is a new fish

Mr. Chas. J. Young become the father adjusted, and that the work of shelling camp close to :wall's Point, under the __ ___ i
CREAM of a bouncing baby: boy last week. will not be long delayed. name of Palm City It Is quite a city
Mother and child doing nicely. for palmetto shanties.Mr. .
Hotel du Nil, Sai'no, continues to retain -
Capt. Bennett returned Monday with its hold on the winter toiulsts. TboMrxsis. A. J, Olds went up the river 1\1 Water ;

DANNG tile house-boat Rochester, on which Mr. :Sheldon, of Boston, utter spending far as Titusvlllu one lay last week, returning a
C. AlnHwortli and patty have boon cruising a week at the I'alm Bench Inn, have the same day.'

along Indian Uiver.! retained to enjoy the sedate pleasures of Who is It that I III doing all the howling Refrigerators Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers I
,
Miss Annie Paddison, of Titnsville, Is Saino, unencumbered by the fussiness about.fishing close to the inlet? We "
POWDER visiting her brother and Mis. Piidilisoii, and overwhelming attention too oftento presume it Is someone who Is complying FACTOllIES......
and expects to rental some length of be met with in larger canavansarlos. with the law of the state In every le-
Cocoa tiiid West Palm Bench.
time at Eau Gallie, assisting Geo F. at Among the guests at Hotel du Nil the spect. \1
MOST PERFECT MADE. his books past week, were: Pl'of.V.. B. Evermann, 'I
fairs. Prof. W. A. Wilcox and assistants A. O. The yacht Sunshine has been around .
lure Cream of Tartar Powder. Fret ---- ---- -- --- -- -- -- ,
Grape Alum or other adulterant Thos. Barbour has been confined Miwldren and B. A. Bean, of the scientific here for the last week or so.
Ammonia, any ;
i 40 YEARS THE STANDARD. residence to her Palmetto room several days at her staff of the U. S. Fish Commission, The pineapple plantation are lookingfine J. S. Smith: Jr. & Co
Lodge. Her friends Washington, who have been examining / just now, and especially some on ,
are pleased to leain she is recovered and the waters In this vicinity for finny specimens the south fork. Mr. W. J. Dyer's
able to be about again.Mr. and collecting data In the interest place is looking exceedingly well. DEALERS INBRICK- 1

Sebastian. A. A. St. Clair has been of their department. The party will '
seriously Will kind reader Inform us
leave early in the week for the lower some
111 for the
past week, for a day or two the columns of the ADVOCATK
through
river. The Messrs. Randall, of Boston,
Ills life being despaired of. We are gladto will what is the legal mesh for seine In _: : ,__
received continue of this hotel and 4
M. Wilson has just a learn he is guests *
R. on the mend and is
r convalescing
lot of talk
of furniture from New York, and probably remain the entire winter. We this state, as there Is quite a
load slowly.W.
to housekeeping. are pleased to note that the genial general about the different sizes that the law .1
now I
go
R. Smith & Co. having closed their manager, Mr. J. G. Bast, is so far requires.
'he carpenter work on the depot is millinery store and retired from busi- recovered the use of his foot, recently Lime Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc. 1.:
slaters Fishing has been quite lively lately in ,
doubt the and
and no
plated, ness W. K. Tombes has taken their hurt by an accident while riding horse- ,
will soon be here. stock off their hands back aid the St. Lucie River.It AGENTS mil ; Will lowest ti''
inters and will add a as to be able to walk with the always give very price

essrs. Lovett and Close were here millinery line to his dry goods depart of only one crutch, and to put a shoe on will be a groat thing/ for this sectionIf ROME BRICK CO., Rome, Oa. and prompt shipments.

week, representing respectively the ment. the injurnd member. I the United States! fish commissionerswill COLLINS BRICK CO., Atlanta, Oa. Give us your orders and we guarantee -

B. Rogers Co., Jacksonville, and P. Mr. C. H. Walton, the well known stock this liver with shad; that Is THE CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. satisfaction.

illard & Co., New York. publisher and proprietor of the ADVO- Faustina.Mr. what it wants. OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:

,he fish commissioners from Washton CATE, Titusvllle, stopped over at Sarno We were shocked Monday afternoonby 138 East Bay Street. McConlhe Block.TtI.epho..ellll.a. I
D. C., were here this week a day or two the early part of the week, the news of a cold-blooded murder .
W and blue fish, on his homeward journey from a visit to and Mrs. S. Barton of New York committed at Jensen In the afternoon.It T..t'houe UH.I.
enjoyed
il said it was pompano the first they had had the Royal Poinciana, Palm= Beach.A arrlued here last week. They will spend! seems as if the county will be overrun JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
the state. the winter at their City Point home. with murderers if the citizens do not do
ce coming into contract to finish building the side

J. II. Sams arrived here the other walk along; Oth street, from Highland Dr. G. W. Holmes visited patients at something.

Ir.'S on his sloop Water Lily, to pay ait avenue to the bridge, has been awardedto Melbourne on Monday.Dr. l Fertilizer for Frull.c.---

to our school and the one at west Robert Taylor for $100.00, and he has and Mrs. Will Hentz and little White City.The i iJrl.oe
commenced work. In few
a days we
astian. Miss Minnie Leslie, of Rio Janeiro, Brazil -
will have an and walk in
easy pleasant
Messrs. Darrow, Hlgbee and Martin the direction of Sarno. arrived here last week. This Is their Indians are supplying the local "The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer "
first visit here for several
-- -
ne down from Indlanola a few days years. market with venison and turkey occas ,

>, to pay a visit to Pelican Island.ey Professor Moore, of the Philadelphia Mr. J. II. Wilson spent Saturday and ionally. : : $2gt.0o Per Ton.GUAItANTEED :.
of Science
Academy .
arrived hero !Sunday -
with the
much sight .
were pleased Sunday at his home on Crescent Lake.Mr.
Mr. II. II. Nelson U now employed as
morning the steamer He
he birds on the water and the island, on Gopher. constructor In tho olllco of Mussis. Mc- ANALYSIS :........ ,\
will remain several days at the'mouth of Chas. L. Nichols left hero on
ir young ones, and said eggs there unhatched att 'I the Banana river, examining mounds in Wednesday for West; Palm Beach. He Oulre, McDonald, St. Augustine. Moisture.' . . . . .., ...8 to 10 Per Cent. ,I

.the 3,000 nest.birds.They Stanley Kitching were tookm the vicinity, after which he will proceed expects to be away some time. A most enjoyable evening party was Ammonia . . ,4, to I 0} It tfc :

: over there (In the Arrow. Theyre down the river. His secretary Dr. Mr. Chas. Alexander visited Cocoa on held= at the residence of Mr. J. I'. Chrlstenuen I'bospbol'locill.. . . . .. ,1\ to 0 .

staying at the Palm House. Miller; and him.his physician, Dr. Hendry, Wednesday.Little on Saturday evening.A Potash (Actual), . . .... ,. . ..II to Hit..

accompany Miss\ Virginia Hatch, of Rock- new mail schedule will take effect Made exclusively from Bright Cotton/'leell1\real/ Nitrate of Soda, Blood, Bono, '
The ADVOCATE don't cost you three Rev. C. \V. White, (Methodist) preached ledge, Is visiting her grandparents, Mr. July 1. The routo from Fort Pierce to Dissolved Phosphate, Fine Ground Tobacco' Stems, and Sulphate of Potash.
its per week, postage Included, whenen his first sermon since his return from and Mrs. A. L. Hatch. White City will be discontinued, and our !df Write for directions for using mad further purtlctilais; also ask for
the Conference, lost Sunday evening. Complaints mall will bo carried to meet the north copy of "Economical Kmtlllzlng for Fruit." We carry n large stock of all FortlH.or
by year. are made of the unreasonable de- Mrs. George Hall and Miss Salllo Hall and southbound trains at North Ankona Material, Cotton Seed Meal, Tobacco' Dust, Potash, etc. Wilto for prices before .,
lay In commencing service, waiting for were visiting relatives at Cocoa on Tues buying. We suuk the growers trade dlioct.
Coronado Beach. one or two people, and it is suggestedthat Mr. C. M. Roocks, of Chicago, is hereon
WILSON & TOOMER
music be omitted rather than have day.Mr. a few days' visit. ,
T. A. Robinson was calling on
the congregation kept waiting. an hour friends at Cocoa last Saturday. The Fertilizer House of Florida
tinny new bathing suits are being ors Bonaventure.Col. .
de by the ladies= at Coronado, andn Mr. Henry Olmstead has purchasedthe Mr. E. W. Hall visited the county seat Jacksonville, Fla.

> the fair damsels will be "right in contract for carrying the Tropic mall on Monday.Mrs. .
called --- --- --
m> swim." from C. J. Young. This contract; expires Waller, Mrs. Sanders and Mr. D. M. Edgorton was awayto
July 1st next. It is understoodthat Barnes Sanders spent Thursday here, Chicago on business, last Monday,
m\\f.\ G. Sharp rode over to DeLand, ,
irse-back) last week, to spend a few Henry Casper, of Tropic, is the successful visiting at the home of Mr. Chas. Nichols. Mr. I. Cieekmoro shipped several barrels Fred'k. S. Morsex

ys with his brother, Professor Sharp, bidder on a new contract, and Messrs. Edwards and MIddleby were of fine radishes lust week. -x-
will this mail for four from
stetson's University. carry years In Titusville last Saturday. Mr. P. Wlttfeld, Mrs. Sanders and Mr.
July 1st, next, at a yearly stipend of
Bifr. and Mrs. Lake, of Providence, R. $1 9.00. Messrs Capehart, Graham,Beal, Faber, Newman, of (ieorglana; were callers In eE AI ESTATE: :
Mrs\ C. Taylor

H delegates to the editors' convention, !Sharpe and Ballantine left here, Tuesday Uonaventuie/ Wednesday. ,
i nt a few days, last week, at Coron-I i The Board of Aldermen, at a meeting for a week's hunt on Merritts of Washington, is spending the winter -
o hotel. Mr. Lake was fortunate I held Jan. 16th, passed an ordinance call- with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Naylor, of
ugh to find one of the beautiful' Ing on owners of vacant property In Island. this place. :MIAMI: : : :J:>a.d.o Oo., FLOX1.XJ: 1.

mtilus shells that besides town to have their land denied of weeds,
rare wish
are so Gardens are looking fine, and wo
:real quantity of other choice varieties. brush town and marshal undergrowth to notify, and said instructingthe owners Melbourne.The our !giirdonors butter success than they AGENT FOR LANDS OF. _

Irs. Anderson, of Chicago, arrivedt that unless said ordinance was complied had last year.

Thursday, to spend a month or two with within thirty days the town council brother of Mr. E. P. Branch arrived Our mall has been treated with considerable Florida East: Coast Hallway Company,
our coast. Mrs. A. has traveled ex- would have the work done and the cost In town on Tuesday night. disrespect lately. A few days Florida Knst Coast Canal & Transportation Company, ,
;mlvely on both sides of the globe, but be assessed against the property.Mr. ago It was knocked from i the crane Into Itimton & Florida Atlantic Count Land Company.
Inks Coronado Beach equal to any Mr. C. J. Hector's many lends are tho ditch Instead of being taken on board
has Frank Smith has the building of glad to see him out again after his severe . .
K yet visited. tue car. On Monday' the mall sack was --- -- -------- --

The rains of last week necessitated the Mr. Geo.under F. Paddison's The house new Is dwellingwell illness. thrown off whilo tho train was runningat

ung folks postponing their "oyster situated on the way.bluff, overlooking nicely Eau' Mr. Chas. Bolton, of Mal.ib.ir: was the tho suction rate of of titty the train miles drew an hour the, sack nod STEVENS BROS. & CO. c-'
of his friends
he" that was to take place at the Gallie and Indian Rivers, and gives visiting some numerous
tinder tho win-els, and I tho vontunts weiostiewn
week.
here this ,
or, but the calendar says "fine weath- promise of being a commodious and comfortable for five miles= down tho track
forsome time, now ;". so it is to be structure when completed. Mr. Miss Linn Van Schaik and friend aro

ped that the "bake" will come offm. and Mis. Paddison have gone to house pleasantly situated at the Bellevue STEVENS POTTERY GA
,
> keeping in the Bennett cottage, until hotel. Talk Oil Temperance. -x..x..x. g; (: ,

their new home Is put in order
oronatlo find
much shocked to
wa Tide/ Misses\ = Mary and Dell Bowman Everybody Interested In the temperance l\IANUPAC'rUHEHS OF -
:it the "gentlemanly Mr. Thomas, The Lake Washington region is attracting have returned to lIIel oul'l1o. They are work arc earnestly requested to

-ently 10 spent\ Is five the or Mr.six Johnson days at, the of Phila-hotel shooting numerous and fishing sportsmen\ out there lately being, the all stopping at the Bellevue for a few d.iys. attend the meeting at the Presbyterian. at 7 Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile Stone Ware, all

1 ipliia liars reward for whose was capture offered.one thousand He waspturcd that some one could who desire.go there The trouble and return with about Dr. completed Biown's ,pretty and we new hear house that Dr.Is church o'clock. next There Tuesday will bo evening sumo good Shapes and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and
parties
ronudo.at Tampa MOl'al-Don't:the day after desert leaving our dissatisfied, is that they and fall" to take ex-to and Jacksonville Mrs. Brown in quest urn of to furniture.take a trip to ject.music and After a the few short public talks oxoiclso on tho n sub-half Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops, Tops and Border Tile.,

perienced guides along, never get Good !
illage by the sea." good Is abundantand hour of the Templars Save by buying close at Homo, and from clover men.
the places where game Quito' large congregation! listened to B. A. GKIOKH, /Sec. I. O. G. T. :p" your money

Mr. H. Jarvlns, the bicyclist, who rode sport la to be had. These places tho fine sermon by Kev. W. C. Barnes, -- -'- -_.-. ..- -. -
m Jacksonville to Palm Beach, spent are not easily accessible, an.llt is utterly at the Holy Trinity church, on Sunday. Jupiter Weather Report.The .
lesday night, the 14th, at Coronado.ick Impossible to get to them without proper The solo by Mr. Gilmore, with chorus of THE HEASONS-
Lakeside
was against him here, as he had to guidance. Come out to full) choir, was well tendered and much following IH a comparative state r
You Should Yost Machine cIt -
if want Boy a Writing : _
Chateau spoit.At
ive at very high; tide and In a rainrm you enjoyed by all present ment of tenipuintiire' and rainfall for the -

> ; but Mr. Jarvlns was one who the annual meeting of the Directors A number of old friends from tie week ending Tuesday, Jan. 21, 1800. ;
s not easily discouraged, and we trust of the Eau Gallie State Bank, the Island seen on our streets this has no Ribbon or Hhlft Key.
wore ;
180(| -1803DATE. -
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reached
his destination "on time.
following officers were elected : Wm. week, among them being Messrs.( Chan. It has Perfect and1'ermauent
Treutler, president; John Carey, vice. Creech and 1*. A. McMillan and others. MAX. MIX.: MAX. ,WIN.: .
president; M. F. Mount, cashier; John All on election business wo suppose. 15 ia: Roseland. Aspinwall, John McAllister, Wm. H. II. lIS 74 tai 77 117 '
Gleason, John Carey and Wm. Treutler, The Bellevue) tennis court Is gay at 17 72 00; 77 C7 Durability, Strength,

Launch warned to be directors. The affairs of the bank were present. It is the favorite court with 18 W 6.1: 74 ftt Ease of Operation,
owners are very the ladies of Melbourne, amt nearly 1U 57 JIJ 7.1: 67
'of ill In making landings on the Sebas- found to be in a satisfactory and pros Convenience and Ileimty
n River below the Sunken perous condition, a small dividend being every day sees some very exciting!games, 21 i5' 47 75: 57 .
bridge.
's are numerous, and broken propeller declared, notwithstanding the general and pleasant ones, too, to judge by the 21 72:. M 7'J'} GO of Work, that U found
,
ides result frequently, Mr. L. C. Moore business depression. This is said to be laughter we hear from there. Total rainfall for the week: 1.12 Inches. In no Other Typewriter.
vlng lost since last the only bank In South Florida which Departure from normal rainfall for the
no less than four Mr. Geo. Phillips' fine horse has been :1
''gust. has declared a dividend for 1805. is week: minus 0.02:. inches. Departure :
quite lame for about a week, but It
hotels to be doing a is hand from normal rainfall since January 1, :Cp" end for Catalogue to
We are glad to state that the accidentfall Our seem prosperous all right now. George always on minus 0.70 Inches.J. .
: and sprained ankle sustained by business thin season, Judging and very accommodating, and deserves a W. CKO.HK, Observer. FIELDER & MOWER
*, II. L. Denny resulted less seriously from the number of strangers seen about fair share of the draylng In town. We ,

in was expected. Mrs. Denny was town. Mr. Geo. Gleason, of Hotel trust he will get it. (nornl. !Southern Agtint

le to be moved to the launch, Sunday Granada, Is kept launch.busy New carrying arrivals parties at We hear there was a meeting of anti- New i Smyrna Livery YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers office Typewriter Supplies"
his
t, and taken to Melbourne, where about In week : Mr. shell-road men on the 20th. As we are for all Machines. Carbon paper, Ribbons, Letter File= *, Typewriter paper, Impression -
reful nursing and time will, no doubt, the Granada Alnsworth the pact of Grand were Rapids on the other aide we were not Invited Books. Write us for prices. on what you need.
store her to perfect health. and Mrs. C. and could not get the particulars; but FIELDER &; MOWER.

Erclldoune Inn has entertained her Mich.Mr. Geo.; Mr.H. Minch W. A., Fowler Hawthorne, Sebastian; Mr. J.; believe conduct there were business.Mr. not. enough present -tStable, # 4*- :Jfo. 8 Wall Street, Kimball House. Atlanta, Ga

tbridal< N. J. MaJ. J. P. to any _. .- -- -- -- ---
| party in the persons of Mr. B. Clone, Jersey City, : -
'o. A. Thorne and wife, of Chicago, Levitt, Jacksonville; M. F. Faulkner, Clias. II. Walton, proprietor of the
.', )Ir. Thorne being a partner In the New York! S. P. Sail namon, Phila.; W. popular pink paper of the East Coast C. L.. DOHN, Proprietor. JOB PRINTING .
AT THIS OFFICE.
''I known firm of Montgomery, Ward A. Meyer, Jacksonville; W. D. Merrill, the ADV'OCATR-stepped off the train a -,
t-o., and his wife a prominent Clncln- Illinois: A. B. Hansong, Jacksonville; few minutes, Monday, to shake bands I

tj belle. Mr. and Mrs. Thorne are H. Duden, New York; S. M. Seamons, with his many friends at this place. He 1 Hacks Meet All Trains. .. _- -- .'-- '-'-'--- .-
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to the above --- -- -
Using addition a -
down In
Indian River in the sloop New York. was accompanied by one of 3felbonrne'sold
nkee Doodle of Titusvllle and will number of permanent guests continue to residents the
and highly respected : and baggage transferred to
turn later to "Our Inn." enjoy the hospitalities of this delight Rev. J. N. Mulford, the Episcopal minister : all Passengers parts of the city, and Coronado Pineapple Planters !

fully situated hostelry of Lake Worth. Mr. Walton was Beach. Call on me before perfecting

[Send the ADVOCATE an order for any The work of clearing the two principal on his way to Sarno, from Hotel Royal arrangement
In town of weeds and brush is Poinciana, Palm Beach, where he had
streets
printing you need.] about completed, a few trees only being been spending a few days. NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA. TAKE:: NOTICE 11

be cut down. Now for shelling
yet; to of. -
Eau Gallie. these streets and then Eau Gallie will Sebastian Honor IColl. cvratodA: MLrs: : I have control of ft Choice Lot i_-

present no other an attractive town on Indian appearance River., secondto The In every section at once to sell staple Smooth Cayenne # Pineapple # Suckers

." Irene Braddock Beatrice Hitching. goods dealers no peddling; experience
24OOO) pound of fish shipped shelling will probably be done very ;
were
understood that Florida! Kttchlng, May Hitching, AnalIAwan unnecessary; best side line t7 .OO a order ,
m this place last; year shortly as It Is over FOR SALE by the 100,1,000,10,000 or 50,001) Special price on large
= $700 U now In hand for that; pu".e, Kate Lawson, Ila Lawson month. Salary mod expenses or large I guarantee them to be true to name, rut-claw plant and In good order.
Vi** Mary Gilbert ha visit Walter Cleveland Kltcblng, connniMlon made. Address, with :2 cent
Braddock
; gone on a and more l I. promised. la addition to Those contemplating planting can save money by calling on or correspondingwith
"endaln Jacksonville this will be added the amount to be refunded Elton Hall. stamp lor sealed particulars,Clifton Soap before purchasing.
commissioners Jzaxls: W. PARHAM, Mid Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati : me
thof ,; new I by the county GEO. U. WRIGHT, Orlando Fla.
paintbuGusnSnail which ha Teacher. Ohio.
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I, INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE JANUARY 2-i 1896. .
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A SUNBEAM'S R SVI\ ECTIO $. ALEX KKAB. ERNEST TAYLOB. PATIENCE CEASED TO BE A VIRTUE. '
f HER LIFE TRULY SAVED.Dr. SCOTT'S
I .. Potatoes
I A sunbeam sunk in the black pond told NEAR & TAYLOR, Comparison' Prove Too Much For a Peaceful -
Of the aky ao blue with Ita hoart of gold Miles' Heart Cure Does It. Country Editor.
Till oat of that black pond's ooze and mold Mrs.Chaa. La Point well-known resident (Successors to John McAlllHter.) CARBO-DIGESTIYE e ,
j Bpranit the lily white with Us heart. of gold of Denver praJaea this wonderful remedy. He came in and took a chair near our

1 'I -T. H. Hood la Ladle", Home Journal. Her te8t.imont'ebould: convince All M to the Artesian Well Contractors desk. We were busy writing a double Tomatoes, Melons, Cabbage
worth of the New Heart Cur and UeHtoro- '
I tlve Nervine. Her l leaded editorial in which large, courageous Lettuce Peas
i letter dated Sopt.lltb, Turnips, Beets
ROBBED IN A PYRAMID. 1804 read aa follows! EAU GALLIE, FLA. looking; capital letters funned a COMPOUND ,

,I Kxperlenoo of a Baltlmor Man With the good sized ahore.' We hud Webntur'a! Onions, and all Vegetables, re

I Arab. of kitypt. unabridged open at our fide, and three move large quantities of Potast
!i HODGES & GODFREY lead pencils sharpened ready for business Positively the one Remedy for
If Dr. James J. Mills of Baltimore made from the soil. Supply
I while the "devil" stood by with a the Treatment of
j a visit to Europe and Egypt. Be pasHed
Manufacturer of botcher knife, ready to sharpen other
EXHAUSTION
through an experience that wan as nnploaHnnt NERVOUS
pencils as fast as we needed them. We
aa it was novel-that of being had just annihilated done Simple and Aggravated forms of Potashin
I Pine Lumber England, up
held up and robbed within the gloomy Yellow
4 Germany anti planted the American bog
and musty walls of the great pyramid DYSPEPSIA, AND
in in Berlin while France and
of Cheops by the Nile. DincuHsiug the HOUGH *. DttESUED, Spain triumph and Turkey stood, trembling aa PALPITATION OF THE HEART. liberal quantities by the use
Dr. Mills said
trip, :
Orange Box Heads, they wondered when their turn was of fertilizers containing
I "If I had to live in a foreign city, it I not
Fruit A Vegetable Crates. coming. Our think tank was seethingand Does your food now after eating ? Are
would either be Paris less than
or Cairo. Cairo 10% actual Pot.
Lumber delivered at any part of Indian Riveron bubbling, and burning thoughtswere you easily confused and excited ? Do
is unlike any other city in the world. I -_ through bill of la.UnlAoyone: rpnteinpjatng fast finding utterance in words of you get up in the morning tired and un- ash. Better and more profit
There is a strange mingling] of the whitefaces -I building on the East. Coast, would do well to refreshed and with a bad taste in the
write for prlreit. The Hawtnlll l situated. on the fiery eloquence. It was then he came in ,
of the Greeks with the inky black able yields are sure to follon
=-' J",T. & K. W. Ry., 9 miles south of 1'alatka.. and sat himself down. He tilted his mouth ?
; faces of the Nubians and Sudanese : Is there a dull cloudy sensation( attended Our pamphlet are not advertising circular, txxi
1, aud the yellow skinned Arabs, who con- I- SatsunialliKhts,Putnam co., Fla chair back, elevated his feet to the top by disagreeable> feelings in the log.p.cial fertilizer, but are practical worlii,COD''".
of our desk and scattered enough of real Inn latest researches on the subject of I fertilization
: Htitute the biuc! of the population. Of head and eyes ? are really helpful to farmers. They.. scut frti u I,
I estate over our to rains next
course I wanted to visit the pyramids, papers Are you irrItable and mentions] ? the a.

,I and I undertook to do it without being/! 4Tb fffVMRS. W. H. GLEASON & CO, winter's potatoes. Then he laid his lint : Does your heart thump and cause yon -* DIr.GERMAN 03 KALI Nassau. WORKS St.,New Yi...
the floor
:: accompanied by a dragoman. Agaidst! on and spoke. : to gasp for breath after climbing a llight
LAND CASES. "Fine said he. fine of stairs ?
ATTORNEYS IN day, "Very ,
.1 the advice of friends, I net ont on the LA 2137 Humboldt the left
PoipT. lie
St. we grunted. Does It distress you to on The Largest and Most
, .' Con
buck of a donkey, with nu attendant
"Typhoid fever left me with heart troubleof it will rain." Agahi."flair's side l'Have
"Hope
u nave the, donkey boy. As the boy could 1 the most serious nature Nothing the TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EX- impaired dimness plete Establishment South.
you memory
doctors gave had any effect. I had severe block is nearly finished. We
I :i; teak no English and I could speak no pains In the heart and was unable to lie on AMINED AND PERFECTED. made reply to this remark. of vision, depression of mind and gloomy
no
Arabian, we did not talk much. I my left side for more than three minutes at I, forebodings ?
a time. My h.art.eerned to miss beats, and "Is business:: pretty brisk?" that GEO S, HACKER & SOB
I I "We were followed]] out of Cairo by a I had These symptoms mean you are
smothering spoils!\ In which It seemed RE-
ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND We said it just
was booming, having ,
, tl worm of beggars, whoso only cry was every breath would be my lose. We accl- suffering. from Dyspepsia and: NeVvousExhaustion.
ontly saw an advertisement of received three subscriptions."Fine .
I OBTAINED. .
'Duck heeph, backaheoHb. When weS SURVEYS
I Dr. Miles' New Heart Cureand window of Mr. Lanzendoi- There Is no other remedy extant that
reached the vicinity of the pyramids we
Restorative Nervine and Defective Homestead and Pre-Emptlon fer's," he continued. "Swartz's:! win- lias done so much for this class of trouble -:
I \ ware met by a horde of Arabs who purchased a
I" bottle of each. After taking the remedies a Entries Corrected and Perfected.) dow is fine too. asScott's
I, could speak but. few words of broken week. I could be lifted In a chair and sit up Claims adjusted before the Department This Then he
annoyed us. kept quiet
an hour, and In short time I
Euglibh. They voluuterod to take me a was able too Carbo-Digestive
I llubt housework. I shall be ever grateful at Washington. for ten seconds. ,"Breckstein has a showy
"e iliaido the pyramid. With two of the solicited.
to for
you :your wonderful medicines. Truly Correspondence window," be gurgled. Then we laid --
wild hey saved my life. )
, looking sons of the desert we entered -- Compound
MRS. OH AS. LA. POINT. EAU GALL1E. FLA! down the pencil and closed the diction< ,
; tho great pyramid of Cheops, descending Dr. Miles Heart Cure Is sold on a positiveguarantee
:, long, gloomy passages, passing that the Brat bottle will benefit. ary. If your case has resisted the usual
i the brink of well Ill druggists sell It at U, 6 bottle forH. or Pineapple, Orange anti L.CIIIOII "Punxsutawney girls can't touch Big methods of treatment we are particularly(
>I/' an enormous traversing it will be ent. prenaid .
9. price Run girls for Glen Campbell
1'8C'Ilt..o style. have this
a footway which led along by the b.V the Dr. Miles MedIcal .. : 1a4. Land For Sale, Cheap. anxious to you give Compounda '
ahead of here. l.
girls girls trh
tombs of numerous dead and a narrow "- Dr. Miles' Heart Cure R.. i are away your
j"ij: np ..,IIeaI.... sale 80 of pineapple DuBois girls beat yours all hollow," he We guarantee relief In every case and
have for
acres
I
I pastmgoway: with a floor( as smooth will refund should
went on. We are getting mad. cheerfully youl' monoy
land St. Lucie river, a few miles below -
as glass. on
our remedy fall to produce the n at Manufacturers e>f
"Brookville girls 'way ahead of
I northeast
your
Eden 40 of which being
: "Here the ascent that it ,
was so Iteep Be Didn't Go There.Fond gratifying results.
, said he. behind
of northeast quarter of section girls, 'Way Rey-
;t': ; f'' was iiecrRHury for one Arab to go in Mother-Dear' me, what's the quarter 18, township 38, south of range 41 east; uoldsville. Marchland girls much finer." Please remember that the appellation Doors Sash Blinds,

I I front and pull me along, while the oth. matter now? tho other 40 is the northeast quarterof "What?" we yelled. Patent Medicine does not apply to ,

; : er come behind and pushed. When we Married of section 3 bCOTTS CARBO-D1GESTIVE
Daughter-Boo-hoo-my hua- southeast quarter "Richmond ladies more stylish, he
" "4, t reached the end of this passageway" wet blind has deceived me. townshIp 38, south of range 41 east. piped. COMPOUND. Moulding and Building Material.Offit.'e .

t: sat down to rest. The atmosphere was Fond Mother-The brute I How do The above land can be bought for $10 "Richomnd be d-d I" and then we It is a prescription put up by a leading

i stifling, while myriads of block bats you know per acre. It Is suitable for pineapple, choked. physician who has made stomach and and Warerooms, King, Opposl:,

t,'I flew( clumsily about and gave an nn Married Daughter,-He-boo-hoo-he range, lemon or lime growing. "You ain't in it with Indiana girls." nervous We court troubles a specialty and for years. Cannon Street,

; canny appearance to the place. It was aid he the Will be sold In lots of 40 acres, for investigation earnestlyurge
was-waa going to church That settled the matter. Our blood was all physicians to write us for the
I : J then that my two Arab guides began to fair last night, and-and he didn't. He cash. This land will soon be worth *>0per up. We can stand a great deal, bat formula of; Scott's Caibo-Digestive Com Charleston S. C.
think of 'buckaheesh' ,
": and ask in Eng went aoiuewhere else.; acre. when it comes to ranking our girls be- pound, which we will mail on application .-
,\, lish, which I could understand painful Mother-Who told he went Apply to C. H. Walton ADVOCATE low Indiana the that themselves of
you some- girls that passes out they may satisfy :
,114 i fl ly well, how much money I had. It was where else office; or to RobbIns & Graham, Titus-"tf posts of patience. So we gave the fightIng Its harmless character and excellent Sash Weights Cord a m

,! no place to argue with them, for if they vine virtues. ,
Daughter-No one. This morning I, editor the tip and turned our eyes
.f$ "
had left me there I might have been found some-some money in his pockets away from the awful sight. The next SCOTT'S CARBO-DIGESTIVE Hardware
there yet. TO liE GIVEN AWAY ON ,
-boo-hoo.hool-New York Weekly. day the coroner held the inquest. COMPOUNDa
: "I tried to make them think that I
,
1IISCAYN13 BAY. Pnnxsutawney News. [
the
most remarkable remedy that
1 did not puderstand, but the result of it Not to Bo Trusted.LIt. science has produced. It has succeeded Window and Fancy Gras

[ 'I t all was that they turned my pockets inside FLA.. STAGE FRIGHT.Not where all ether medicines have failed.
LEMON CITY ,
A SPECIALTY.
I out and took all the I had. Sold '
money by druggists,:: everywhere, $1.00
I Then they piloted mo out in great glee Jan. 7, 1X00.( the Sight of the Audience, bat the per bottle. Sent to any address In

I J and told Sound the Came of It, an Actor Buy America of
ins that I WAS 'valy glad Editor Advocate: on receipt price. ,
f'I In disocasing stage fright an old actor Don't that refund
I mnn. I got back to Cairo na soon as I Slr-I have four good building forget we cheerfully
Dear
i I could, and there fr.'ruds: told I I said : your money if results are not satisfac
my me that will
to put
lots parties
I ,'f' might have well cxpucted to have been four to give good away business houses.) These "It is not the sight of the.* audience eo tory. Order direct if your druggist does In
ip have .
not H.Address
robbed. much as its sound that worries the be-
,I ', Baltimore Auiorioiui.j lots are right on tho border of Lemon all orders to
City, and the very finest location on Bls- ginner. Probably very few persons realize
; 4 Dow 1)IJ'htl.-S;; ;;:;;.. what noise audience
j cayno Bay. They are close to the water, an average CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG CO.

., Tho city water supply 1ms nothing to and the street Is !80 feet wide.. I have makes. It ia not loud or definite, but a

, '$ do with the causation! or aprond of diph /given one lot away for a hotel of :llI) steady suppressed hum, like the whir Topeka, Kas. Poor

t iberia except, possibly! as u coutamixiutertwutpr rooms, which Is Just finished. There of the Broadway coble. It is the combi- Or For Sale by

S affects tliogon! ..rul health of ire several buildings In course of erection nation of those little noises which are
In this town. Our streets will not lie) Fred 3. Chaffee & Co. Tituavlllo
: the individual su lu\vors the resisting is present in every large assemblance, DO ,

,. power of the system The Increase "No. who can't keep a secret. The I lens chance than for!lOft.some wide of the, so ADVOCATK now a grand leaders matter, how attentive and respectfulOne Healthmeans
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of dim'MHB every fall is dno largely to other day I confided to hor that I was or friends to get four good lots. I moves tin arm, another adjusts a Jockey: A. Darrctt was bitten by Civil

a "catching cold" to vitiated air in going to marry her nude, and the silly would like to give one lot for another skirt, a third rustles a programme, a Service at the St. Louis Fair association

I; dwellings, caused by closing doors and thing went and told him. "-Life.II hotel, one for a drug store, one for a fourth coughs, and so on. It Is the park recently. The vicious horse crush- so much more than]

windows that have been kept open nil good grocery and one for n restaurant. strangeness and indefluiteness of the ed
the jockey's limb between his teeth. and
I I! summer, and to similar causes that tendI II. a Drawback."George There is a good dock at the foot of conglomerate of these sounds that startles you imagine-serious

I \ ., I I to produce a sensitive condition of the ," she auid-and the way she ilscayuo avenue, which 1 IR for the public and upsets the beginner. He cannot fatal diseases result from;

If'e' throat, favorable to the growth of the wrinkled her pretty brow showed that ise. analyze them, and they sound angry ANT.nt-Several trustworthy gentlemen trifling ailments neglected.I IDon't
hero and see these or Wiles to tl'avello Florida
she was troubled-"do you know anything Anyone can come and threatening to him. for
There should be
diphtheria germ. addedto This otter is good for established reliable house. with Nature'sgreatest !
lOb
these onuses the diminishing hours of about motocyclea or write me. "I know that I did not get accustomed Salary $780 play
"Very little, dearest," he replied as (liO days.. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose
the noise for health.Brown's
to some nights. gift
sunlight as the year wllllell. The direct Yours, L. W. PIERCE. reference and self-addressed .
rays of the sun kill tho diphtheria germ, he drew her closer to him. The first time I went on the stage I did stamped envelope. The Dominion If feellncl

but moisture and durkiiosH favor its For a few minutes she remained Horse racing, hunting and marine not see the audience at all..for the foot- Company third Moor( Omaha Build. out yon of aorta arc wei .I

growth and multiplication. Good housewives buried in thought, and then she lookedup lights seemed so high and broad that ing1 Chicago, 111. and generally Fr. ]
views with an exactness on haaated. ,J
depicted
at him again and said : are nervous
made wall of fire whichI
they a beyond
who open window4 and shades ton I have no appelili]
"You don't know then whether the objects In silver such us no other season
could The of the and can't work.fl
see nothing. murmur
: the free access: of sun and air, are practical Notice. .
:; sanitarians fighting contagion andinfection motcNtycle principle" Is applicable to lies shown. audience on the other side of that wall begin the at moat once iclla-1 taking

I p, with the best and most potent sleighs, do you? was awful. I quaked with the feeling ofa Iron: ble strengthening. ]
"No-o," he answered alowly "I Blood and nerves nro closely ro- NOTICE hereby Riven; that we, Lewis W. medicine.,which ill
very wretch mob and convincedthat
of all disinfectants. That cats, poultry, pursued by a anil Mary J. Pierce, husband uicl brown Iron Bil1tera.
and some other of the lower animals don't, but I don't think it Is." ated. Keep the blood rich, pure and there Is no escape. wife residing, In the county of mule. In the A few bot-J
parrots

I "Then there would be no moonlight icaUhy with Hood's Sarsapaillln State of Florida Intend to apply to the HoimrnlilKj. ties cure-benefit 1
are susceptible' to diphtheria, and will have trouble from nervous- 'I "It ia popularly supposed that only I>. llromna Judge! of the Tib Judicial cornea from the I
4 1 often convey it children and others, is sleigh rides with the motooycle," she you no beginners suffer from stage fright, and On-Hit of the State of Florida, to lell"RIlzetile Bitters very. first doff-tit
1CHS. adoption by us of Clara.And \
\lie
"no lliicou. too1ttain fowl
suggested, half inquiringly; narrow I that it There '
soon disappears. are successful -
F
The rules of the Illinois
beyond question. I Jon 10th.IWX). 4.. teeM, and ll'il
t state board of health fur the suppression little cutter with a high back anda i Hood's Pills are the best afterdinnerpills actors and actresses who have attacks _ _ pleasant to ..b.{

F nnd prevention of diphtheria high dashboard and u great big bufitao assist digestion, prevent constlpo.lon. of the same sort every time theygo

r have recognized this fact for years, andy robe that almost hides yon from sight :25o.! on the stage and who will never get Notice of Attachment. It Cures

and makes everything seem so nice and over them. "-New York Bun.
y direct the removal of birds and other
domestic pets and the exclusion of oats oozy ; no gliding over the white snow The five hackneys runeliiiscd at Asl>- In. the County Court of the State of Dyspepsia Kidney and Liver

from the sickroom. The precaution is a so smoothly that you hardly fuel the moad Burdett-Coutts' annual sale at NOVELTIES.-- Florida in and for Brevard County: Neuralgia, Troubles. .

wise one, bused upon observed fIlCtl.- motion and decide that you would like Brookfleld stud, London, for Ogden A galvanic coating silver appears Clemens LpHHinir! 1 Constipation. Bad Blood
to through life in Just that """"'", I
Chicago Times-Herald. go way" Ocelot, will IKS used at Newport. One on articles of fine china for the toilet. VS. Attachment. Malaria Nervous ailments
with just that one person beside you? Emanuel Jose, I Women'
4 DENOMINATIONAL NAMES. "I'm afraid not,"he said regretfully. pair cost JIO.OIH) Bronzes attracting attention show o>, Defendant. J Get complaints.
onlytbe red
"No big sleighing parties," she went gray green finish known as the Roman. TO Emanuel Jose, defendant.In above entitled Ilnea on tltitatea. wrapper.genuin.-ithsscd All others are iub-..

Friar comes from frere, a French on | "none of the lovemaking that ia so 1)1..Ilte3'Kor o Planter tee at alldraagta-t Hatpins grow in elaborateness. A .ult.and all other persons Interested: On receipt: .! of tWOle.: stamps wt
are hereby notified that a Writ of At- will send act of Tea .. Wot'l4'
word meaning "brother." particularly identified with the sleigh?" round ball ia one of the favorite conceit YOU .,"hit been Imued against yon andywur Pair View. and IIook-f...tllal..

The Puritans were so named in derision "No." The empress) of Austria! !: says ahA will in this line.Chatelaine uf Clemens property attached, to satisfy the demand BROWN CHEMICAL CO. BALTIMONK. MD.Right .
Leasing
I I_ at their professions of being purer She waa silent again for a few min never wear anythIng but black hereafter.Deware bags aaada of uncut velvet one dullara and forty-tlve amuuntlnlto.tlbty cent Now,, unless-

f ,v than other people. utes. Then she looked trustingly into and mounted with silver, gilded and ea- roe md anall plead appear or demur before to the the court declaration In Raid Bled suit
of Ointments for Catarrh
! The Irvingites had their name from his eye as she said t ameled, are decidedly elegant In appear1IIJC6. herela l ,at the Clerks office in Titu.Tlllo ulil
"1 don't think much of motocyclea county and State on the Rule Day In in
I that Contain Mercury February.
Edward Irving, a religious( teacher and A.I). JlII(1! ,,being the 3rd day of ..hl..tb.a de- Sight
I expounder of the prophecies; born 1793, after all, do yon? Among attractions for the boudoir are fault will be entered attain you In due course

died 1834.The "Not for winter use," he replied. dresdeu china atomizers on silver and DIoaJ application Ju'Ignsnt and will your be made property to the wilt court be old forttwrieht' Sure Saving Show'
Poet.
., r Unitarians were thus named because Chicago As mercury will surely destroy the mounts and bearing the familiar miniature to Dated JlflY Well send you our General Ca

they denied the doctrine of the In the Beginning sense of smell and completely derange the on their bowls. this 3Oth day of October A.IX WOB. logue and Buyers Guide U :

S Trinity.. In theory they. are opposed to whole system when entering It throughthe There Is a demand for letter seals, C.T. McCarty. A. A.Clerk STEWART County Court., end us 15 cents in stamps. 7pays i

\r, the Trinitarians. Of a new year, when the winter season should mucous never be surfaces.used except Such on prescriptions articles' which ia applied with gold and silver BObbins Atfys.ft' iraham for l-laintlff. [1W..I,1 part off idlers.postage or expresaage,1keeps :

The Ariaus bad their name from of close confinement Is only half gone, from reputable physicians, as tile affairs that add decorative effect to mi novl-febS Its a Dictionary of Honest VII

Arias, who died A. D. 930. Their main I many find that their health begins to damage they will do Is ten fold to the lady's writing desk.-Jewelers' Circu Full of important information i

doctrine was a disbelief in the divine break down, that the least exposure !good you can possibly derive from them. lar. SolentKo AoMrtoui matter where you buy. 700 T"

\ nature of Jesus Christ. threatens sickness. It Is then as well as Hall's Catarrh Cure, manufactured by 13,000 illustrations tells of 40

at all other times, and with people In A Co. Toledo 0. containsno Agency 1W'EUSN articles and of each
F. J. Cheney right price
The Aquarians, an early Christian good health that the following facts Klplla sad Dorothy Drew.
and Is taken profit only between maker and <
k sect, took their name from the fact thathey remembered thatlIoOtI' mercury, Internally,
should be namely : acting directly the blood and mucous Kipling got a setback from Gladstone's Get ft.MONTGOMERY.
upon
Insisted that wine should not be leads In
Sarsaparilla: everything little '
granddaughter, Dorothy
surfaces of the system. In buying CO.-
I WARD & ]
vied iu the sacrament of the Lord' supper the way of medicines; that It acconi Hall's catarrh Cure be lure you get the Drew, the lost time he wa in England, ......6 Michigan Ave., CbI

; and substituted water for it. pushes the greatest cure In the world! genuine. It Is taken Internally, and la 10 the itory goes. He was visiting at

:, ,p The CurruolHos or White Friars, the has requires the largest the largest sale In building the world In, ant the made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney her home, took a great fancy to her and 'Ct....

1 4 latter name from the color of ''thei world devoted exclusively to the prep. & Co. Testimonials free..7Sold endeavored to make a good impressionupon ftAN .10.

gowns, bad
of the principal establishment, located Does not this conclusively prove If you botilo. _ _ time, her mother, fearing Mr. Kipling .....1II"-IIdIa...."GOPWItIOIIT&" __ WI1.e...

w on Mount Carniel, In Palestine are sick that Hood's Sanaparllta Is the WASTED' :-Several trustworthy. gentlemen might be tired, called her and said, OI4sst berese a CU,ro., Ml weafln5 Bsesnway ise.au B_III Amft1.Yo_..*

The faith of Mohammed is called :Islam medicine for you to take 1WaltoD'S or ladles to travel la Florida fur "Now, Dorothy, I hope you have been E.sqy gsesat. ts5es ass by as is ",,- .Mb.f..;
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from an Arabia word meaning "to established,reliable house. Salary. $780 good and not wearying Mr. Kipling. psee.by a-- gives frese5o5.rs to Ik.

1 bund" or ".ubmlt," because submission Rapid Calking Machine, and expenses. Steady position Enclose "Oh no, mother not a bit" replied #t *wWie J mericaa

to the decrees of fate Is a prime requisite $3.00, $10.00, and '15.00 each. In um. reference and self-addressed, the infant terrible; "bat you've idea

"' of the doctrine of Mohammed.-St. by. many of the principal boatbuildersIn stamped envelope. The Dominion how Mr. Kipling ha been wearying won.a.L5rg5ef-UlMiiS ot..F s.lseeso spsr b.
5pisUd&y
", Louis Qlobe-Democrat. the North. See pamphlets and testlmonlals Company, third floor, Omaha Building mo saa snosas be wItbost UIU&lio" W..ltl,..11Inu.. .OOa
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,East Coast Hotel SystemC. MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA. r

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I Open all the year round. Good FishIng -
I Hunting and Yachting. Rates..
PERSONAL GOSSIP B. KNOTT General Superintendent. $2.50:/ and upward
Proprietress, Jliw. C. J. HECTOR.
lOne day In every year Lord and Lady lttl'' 11''$ r t!IL s1 rt er'4iM' 1st n? Alcazar, -'- -- --
dine with their
fcerdoen always serv- "

ta ST.Jos.AUGUSTINE.1'. tiiKAVKH, Manager ., :C? PALMETTO HOTEL ... -... !
(Frederic Remington was a clerk in Open November first to May first. 'rd .
r Platt'S express office before he esiy'ed $;i.OO and upward per day. ? rI\ .tonn, Florida f

art.Henri Casino, ; Tho Loading Hotel Iloiiiitlfully situ- HIated.
I Roohefort no longer haunts the """""" ST. AUGUSTINE. <' > It Is honitt-Ilkn. Table excellent.

ulevards of Paris but lives the life of A. M.[ 'r A\1,011. Superintendent. ::' !Modern convenience* Xew sanitary
literary recluse. Swimming 1'001. 1..1'\' plumbing. Prompt and polite service.
(
Popular rates. Under
]Dr. Chrysander, for many years the Russian" anti Turkish Maths management of

Q hate secretary of Prince Bismarck, is HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, Ponce De Leon 4 t't< LEON DESPLAND.
studying medicine at the Universiof ___________ .. / Formerly of the Fountain City hotel
)>w PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AUOlJSTIjjEi HOIllOIlS1.1): to '1)3.CITY) .
> Jena. GILMS A MiritHAY, Managers.
[Mark Twain is making a big success OPEN DURING TIlE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to April. '
his loctnring tour of the world. In $:.>.00 and upward per dny. '<' HOTEL I IAil
lastralia his reception has been nu- HENRY W. MKIIKII.L, Manager.( Cordova, '
enthusiastic. r
ally ---_. .. ST. AUGUSTINE ) -
I Mrs. Langtry has a >fine ranch near ------ -------- ---- Rooms only. Open during February and March. \

Lkewood, CaL, and It is thought thate The Ormond ....RESTAURANT. ;,
may retire from the stage and seek ,
(home in this part of California. ORMOND-ON-THE-HALIFAX.: EUlUH'EANl'I.AN..
1 de Castellane it ANDERSON< & PIIICK Managers. CEO. H. MATTHEWS. ,
The young Marquis Open ]December to April Prop'r.BALCOM .
b said, always speaks very disrespect- $4.00 and upward per day. BLOCK.
tlly of America and Americana. Not ,
Poinciana !
ng ago be took a good. deal of stock in Royal DAYTONA FLORIDA ,;1
bis country. PALM BEACH.
I II. W. MKKUIM.\ ,
of .his Manager.
account daughter's -
On mairyVa
Mr. Cohen ofe Open January to April. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY
4 a gentile president $5.00 and upward per day I
Jewish board of deputies in London

las resigned the office, which be had t Palm Beach Inn : CHEAT OBJECTIVE POINT)
w TIll
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|old for 16 years. 1" ICED. STKKKY Manager.' 1I0ml! ookerH. When you got
Lord Dnfferin in announcing his resignation Open December to May. there Stop at _?
of the wBrdeul hip of the 4.00 and upward per day.

inque ports said that at the conclusion Palm Beach Casino, The Lemon City Hotel
this official career next summer he KS d "" """" K.: N. WATHON, Superlntendont. ,
proposed to reside almost continuously Salt Water Swimming Pool, "" -" '

|n Ireland. Surf Bathing, At Lemon City the terminus of tho
Marion Butler of North Carolina, Fishing from Ocean Pier. (Hack Line, on IJUnnyno Hay. Airy

oungest of the members of the, new. .. rooms, comfortable beds, good table
THE HOTEL OBMOND, ------- ------ -- --- ---- -- - - ---
terns
enate, is 33 years old. His father was rentionnblo.yjr .
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extensive slaveholder and be was OitMOND-ON-THE-lIiiMFAX :ivr>jEixr. : Good Hailing and hunting IB. the .
Accommodation for 300gueBts.| Rates, :*5 per day and upwards. neighborhood./
eared 1 plantation but the war deprived -
on a from December until 2.itlt.ANDERSON : .
Open
him of his family possessions.Dr. I). Jr. CONNOLLY, Prop-.

(J. F. Scott state veterinarian of & PRICE, Managers New Rockledge Hotel. Lemon City Dnilo Co.", Flu ,

Viaconain, has declared war on the I
bower called goldenrod. He says that
orses that eat it contract a peculiar JACK ONYILLESONIYFIRErRoorhIOTEL
Lelaud's Windsor Hotel '
isease resembling consumption, which .....:.ON INDIAN RiVER....... -OTEL, GENEVA. ,
fa incurable and<< causes speedy death.J. C,, rrsert.% see crwq stnsI1 ,

M. Coe Forsaythe is the name ofe The Leading Hotel of J Jacksonville Florida. ronftcvea u (l9. seamy ,.
future king of the Cannibal islands. ISoclrled.gr, F'lorld.st.H. : l8 (118 a my i&ooi& AtttcT.lQ .

Se is said to be worth 3,000.000. His u6IlSrmlytrl6Ea tdvATOt)
I E. BEMIS Mohonlc Lake N. Y. .
other is now ruler of that famous M'gr, : 'VPTO4tt sMiV Flhll'rr.s.
soup of islands the old king of which ARTiSTICALLYIELEGANTLY FURKI5HEDiiry

II i famous in a one time popular song. A cozy wInter residence, home-like comforts, excellent) table, northern help. "1..1. .. .. of hotel rteneva t Ele-
Mrs. Elizabeth Preston Davis ofashiogton
knows more about mathematics Orange grove In full bearing owned by tho hotel. Hunting and flailing tinsurpassed. gnnoe)Moderate, comfort ratoH., and absolute clonnllnesir.
Special rates to Florida -
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than is required bargain. ooun- Prices moderate. I East Count HoHidents.COR .
r transaotions. She is about to complete
] the calculations of the ephemeris p Send! Illustrated circular H. P. SHARES

r almanao of the sun, a scientific publication ___ I'roprlotnr, New Ilitvoti, Con,. NADD. r-BATHING; THE TEAR ROUND
of the United States observa-
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Lord Knutsford, who was recently I i'' Hotel Indian River. r1 '
romoted to the rank of viscount, is \ 1 L.OP' .
[married to the favorite niece of the M WIM,
[great Lord Macanlay. It was to his ,ftf. .w 3nrana. rLA I

"Dearest Babba"as he called her that 20 MILES OF BEACH rOBAPLAUMIt!!l''
(Lord Macau lay addressed his "Lays of
I Ancient Rome,"which he composed for :> The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. ._Mn. rli'>l Feature.' at Por.rosdol. i Moderate

[her special entertainment and instruc rates solid comfort no (ostentation

tion.When WARREN F. LELAND, Proprietor. lolUclllllblnt, good( cooking.

Anna Jones and W. A. Donovan _., .
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were beardless children, they were Will Open Jan. 15th. --
I play mates). As they grew older they be.
came lovers but fate separated them. >' HOTEL DUIL:: g' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.
Anna married a man named Elliott and
became celebrated as Barnum's bearded .A.N"X: ) o OTT.A.G-EJS:: It Is situated In n Park of beautiful llowem, Tropical plants and truuH, and
lady. A few days ago she was divorced fronting on tho Famous Indian lllvor. Tho Hotel IK supplied with all modern COLUMBIA HOTEL
from her husband and on the followingday S.A.B.J.\TO" Inc1irLn: :Rivr: : F1orl.d.n.: conveniences; passenger elevator, steam heat electric light, etc., and the table ,

she became Mrs. Donovan. Ix catfil on the Eau nallle River,overlooking the Indian River and on the main Ilea of tho will bo kept up equal to that of any hotel In Florida. A fine orchestra has been Centrally Located on St. George
Florida Kant Coast K'y. HlEh-oliuiii' accommodation for!icuentii; I"rieet UralnaKO park and shell for the .
track for riding drlvinjj;and cycling, lawn tennis court,Hhixitlnjc ranK boat. lor' rowlntf and..>ll- engaged season.RATES. Street.
THE FASHION PLATE. log.Htaldlng for liorwn, ; hot and cold ulptinr bath. etc. I'o..t.. telegraph and .xpr... utllua in
the hotel which la within easy distance of the Atlantic. ocean, whore surf tuithliiK may be indulged ......... Overlooking Old<<1 Fort Marion and Park.
Watteau buttons, all roses and briers, In. Rate I S3.SO to ?3 BO per ilay. Furnished cottaiten,with every iMiHulldo, cnnvenl.ce.cOlltalnlng and a full view of tho Ocean muf
are one of the favorite styles. 8 and T rooms,f 12.80 and 918.00 per week. Ad.lrum i C. T. VKItUKKK."Hnriin' !:. Mnnv'r FlorklH., $a.oo, $3. o and 8-t.OO per day, according rolling breakers from the piazza

to location, of room.: Special rates by tho
White pearl and cream tinted glace .
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gloves are still the correct thing for -- wook. I W M, TEAHEN Proprietor.
evening wear except when the long ,
gloves are needed and then they are The Plaza HotelRockleclge

suede. . Gas Electric Dolls)) and) perfect system
As usual at this season of the year HOTEL BELLEVUE :>( of Sanitary Sewerage
felt hats prevail and the French felt
models this season are as soft and fine
as velvet. These are fashioned in every Florida. Mo113our13.: P-1orj.c:1a.: HOTEL
I COQUINA *
possible way. Overlooking tho Famous Indian Ilivor.S .
The popularity of self colored cloth
dresses remains unimpaired and it is ON XZU JJI.A.2ST :H-ITXT; ..LuX.NQ -

no wonder since the material lends it- ,r
| self to moot kinds of trimming and in S H-# ORMOND BY.THE.SEA, 4-

always in excellent taste. :: w. <> .E:1V. __ ... :FLORIDA.SURF .
Buttons either very small or very r- ...
largo are a distinct feature of trimming I -- h: 'F
t:
on the latest gowns, and Persian lamb .
levers fastened down by glittering paste Large Airy Rooms, Fine View of Indian River; i ..i1\. BATHING AND DRIVING Are

buttons make a gown look very smart.A Every Modern Convenience. .
Specialties at Ormond.
new way of making an effective Sailing rowing Fishing Hunting,
garniture for a bonnet or hat is to place and r:P- For Circular, address,
a handsome shaded velvet flower in the Riding Driving.
center of a soft loose rosette made of I *-4 IIFADtjt1 SEISER & VINING Managers
chiffon in corresponding or contrasting S. ,EC. PECK, Pro riet r. ,
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colors.
ORMONDBYTHESEA.HOTEL .
o. n. voss.

One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflco, Churches

INDIANOLA HOUSE. iN IAN RIVER I-IOTEL+, and Schools. CARLETON,,!

: Rates : $2.90 to $3.00 Per Day Terms by the Week or Month.

TITUSVILLE Jacksonville, Florida.
Flrut-rate Laundry in Connection with the Hotel. Terms. Reasonable.
.....Indlauola is on Herrltts Island...... Indian River. .. ___n__.__
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. Four Miles North of Rockledge.LARGE. r'o. Fla. ::EJEJN": :: fr Now Open fur the 9.a.on. it i< Under New Management. *:
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Fort Pierce Hotel
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Sunny rooms, all looking on H. VOSS *' -
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Indian River. Good home table. MANAOKR. -- &at Open all the Year --.
Pare loft drinking water. Sailing row- P P I Near Indian River Inlet

lag fishing', and hunting. Will ,meet Open All The Year. liculah Cottage. Coolest and most pleasantly rusted
hotel for the summer month Thoroughly -
guests at train, at Cocoa, and transfer IP'i/ i Expressly flnUhed and furnished for refitted and elegantly furnished.
them to and from House free of charge. I Quiet place among the pineapple home comfort. Modern convenience.. Klevntor. All modern (Improvement
Rates f Only .a few minute' fields, to spend a few week Hunting, RATES:-14.60 to .a.1)O) per day.
: $1.60 per day r _, walk from Railway ael FUbing and Ilonting. Have the conductor flUtINO ANIP t"NTrlfO Cn.urp.e..d. Special by the week and to Commercial
$8.OO week. tlons and Steamboat land' of train let you off at Tibbnls Guide furulibed. Cost table water In Men
per Ing" Flag Station. Popular rates by day the Mato. Only hotel that the electric car pass.

Address, : \i. On the bank, of the 'week or month. '!TVI.KB, I Proprietors and to and from depot.
.. tar.famed Indian Rlv r. Cy Open February 1. 18M. PRINK M. l I v
O, W. SCHUTLER, JAMES ANDREWS' Manager. TYLER l Manager CRAPO & LeVENE.

Indlinola: Fla. VNI 7R NL7'W M8rT1 C T. Lock box 70, Eden, Fla. Formerly of New Haven Ct. Proprletors..j. .
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'' Consult James Mott, of this week's) ADVOCATE, but will appear Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

:, i next week.FltESlIYTKRIAN. THE ROBBINS & GRAHAM CQ

I Orlaudo Xursery, for orange, lemon
; and !grape: fruit trees, grape vines and ;:: < CIIUltCH. Bakins 1
!I Marshal Xicl roses.
v JAMES MOTT, VAI Paid Up, Capital 2500000.
Orlando, Fla. The lecture on Egypt, Introduced by a
L lively service of song was well attended. LAW LOANS REAL ESTATE.We .
Powder ,
Next sabbath evening Rev. Goodell
'I I Sloop JPor Sale. will take Ills hearers In imagination up

f, alo- the Nile to visit the ruins of Karnak, have for sale a large list of carefully
sale Irene 40ft.xl3ft
For ,
; the most wonderful in the world; with B SOWTELY PORE
I'' tountgo, 18 27-100; In first-clans condi them he will ascend the great pyramid l' selected Indian River Properties.
tion. New sails; headroom In cabin. Cheops, and explore Its inner sanctuaries
Best party or trade boat of her size on Goshen, the home of the Child-- A IJaby Traveler.The -Mr. b. N. Gladwin, of Titusville, Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast Line

the river. Price, 40000. Apply to ren of Inreal, and the Suez canal will will start an ice factory at Kami.\ Canal and Transportation Co.
E. C. B. Tyndall, Waveland, or Capt. also be described. Good music a cor- Orlando correspond of the
;
i I Peter Nelson, Tltusvllle, Fla., where she dial welcome to everybody.The : "On Saturday Mary, Remember, Iflon need wines beers, CANAL 7L1 ..lOT:]S.
may be Been. *tf the two-year-ohml<< daughter of Mr. and liquors or cigars Crabb, Cocoa, Is Florida Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway Comp
Mrs. G. A. Sutton, started on a trip of the man to supply you. Watch his ad. Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment Co., ,
4" For Kent, Town Tax.Books ISO miles, all alone, to !go: to her parents, on 8th page. and other Low Priced Lands.

who the are little now at one Ball left Oallle.Orlando The about parentsof a -What do you know of the pyramids? :lW:0z1037': : to L<:>>an.A.1""V'oys: ozx :Eland:
Come and hear all about the
Are not In for largest one
shape the collectorto
Furnished and unfurnished houses on yet month ago to visit Eau Gallie on business la the lecture the At Ten per cent, in turn/ to suit.
receive payment of taxes. It Is true on Egypt at Presbyterian -
Indian River; healthy location; good the assessment roll was burned on the thinking they would not remain church next Sunday evening. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
neighborhood. Address, long, and so left their baby In the care
'I h OKO. AltyKTBINOKIt, night of December 12, last, but some six: : of their friend, Mr. William Speer, who Titusville. Florida. _
.V Ilardeeville, Fla. weeks have elapsed since that date, and has looked after the child. The parents WASTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen __ ::::
the county assessment roll was not determined ladles travel in Florida for
to remain In Eau Gallle In- or to
II I burned. As the town list Is practicallyonly definitely and sent for their girl. Little established, reliable house Salary$780
'r I'r i For Sale or Uent.f a copy of the assessment of prop Mary was born in Orlando, and this was and expenses. Steady position. ,Enclose Fred S. Chaffee & Co
erty in Titusville as It appears on the
f ----- her first ride on the cars. She seemed reference and self-addressed,
All of block 27, Tltusvllle Fla., known county list, why could the burned roll bright and happy, but totally unconscious stamped envelope. The Dominion .
'J'n II; \\II the Uanson property, lust east of Ice not have been easily re-established In of the long ride she wan about to Company, third floor, Omaha Building -

' i factory.. __ This is a very lar"e.block of nix. clays.L...._ Instead of six weeks The peepew take. Attached to the cloak Of the little Chicago, Ill. FRED S. CHAFFEE, TITDS ILLE' FLA
land all fenced, Having it a com- mo now paving their elate and '
( / upon one was a tag consigning her to the conductor Pharmacist.
I' fortiible Louse, greenhouse: windmill, county taxes would like to pay their en route. RegIstered
1 f II; piping, a. lot of shrubbery, and other town taxes at the same time, makingone NATIONALHqmeSeekers= A Complete Assortment of
, improvements. Price, $1,000.\ Will rent't' job of the whole matter; and, besides -
mibjuct to sale, at. #<00 per month. the town could no doubt use the
I Apply' to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort money to advantage.Come Hotel Al Fresco } PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sandra
!t II Pierce; or to Kobblns & Graham, hisattorneys Mr. Asno nor, and ye city .. REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. ,,
1 Titusvllle, Fin. fathers, brace up; "get/ a move on you."
and
Arrange for collection of town taxes -8 Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care Promptitude eWe -

, ,'I i without any further procrastination.Mr. iJlr" give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
:, I Fine Helir. Yacht for Sale. JENSEN, Indian River FLORIDA.

I : i'I Schooner, 01 feet over all, 14ft. beam, F. 'V. Hawthorne York. In New Specialty.Exchanging Send Property Description for Property of what a .. We want your trade. Give us a trial,

I ;> :22!:! inch draught! with sailing/ ballast; JOHN L. JENSEN, Proprietor. you have, and what you want

? two Htuto-rooms; main cabin, 12x14:. and MALABAR Indian River, FLORIDA. Choice Line of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumery,
I ij,;; Oft. Sin. head-40om; patent W. C.; sep With Tuesday'8 issue the New York Toilet articles, Brushes Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
:,(, arate room for crew and galley. Fine Morning Advertiser
pawned under the HOUSE Best Accommodationson O, C. CARROLL,
.' comfortable yacht for crulaiug on Indian editorial management!: of F. W. Hawthorne NEW ;
1I.' River, Lnko \\Vorth or Biscay Day.n until recently a resident of Jacksonville Real Estate Agent. THE INDIAN 'RIVER DRUG CO.Oocoa
"n I ',. Will Hull cheap for cash. and for five years editor of the the East Coast. Hot and Cold Baths; .__

... Further particulars by writing to Florida Times-Union. This change ef-
i sw. C. H..W., fects a. separation of the Morning/ Ad- first-class table. In centre of the 1 I F1.or:1c.'la.: ...

, .0 ADVOCATE/ oince, vmtlHeranu the Commercial Advertiser, Famous Pineapple Region/ ; close to the
tUHvllle, Fla. the latter continuing in the editorIal control THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
I 11" '-' of Foster Coates who has conducted Inlet. Fish and oysters In abundance, ,
I hot!) newspapers since the retirement of Roo1 .1d.go, F1a....

I I I M Tin fIUAnUON! CUITISH.ItF < Col. John] A. Cockerlll early In 1805.Mr. Terms : $3.00 Per Day, ESTABLISHED 1868.JACKSONVILLE Under the same management. Thoroughly first-class Drug/ Stores. Full line
j Hawthorne has had Ills offices In 1 of Patent Medicines Novelties etc.
I FLA Drugs, Stationery, Perfumery
: the Hubbard block, Jacksonville, for a and upwards.
: [iVrilfeafw! / Ilia/ Indian River Advocate] long time. Ho has always been,great HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS.

I I: \ Now story I will tell you, friend of the ADVOCATE, and It gives us HUYL'ER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES.......,
'TlH<>t a Hiiimilroii, pleasure to wish him every success In Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to
tit I' To he|ilv<>.. by a>", 'Iitclub. his and office.
All Its niuiiilwr to am liNe. new Important His retirement THE TOURIST TRADE:-:-
I from the Times-Union was very Protect Yourselves from Fire !
I" Thin And clot If you'd U OHllail like, n.to II.know Y.C., much regretted by his many Florida And solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by

.. at I will telf you all about It friends. Registered; Pharmacists
I y 7 'mil Who !U who old who will I \ go. --... //nr: Send mail orders to Cocoa; no accounts run at Rockledge.Groceries .

I They All will with start"i>lrltK oft light In the und morning nay : A Narrow Kftcape.: Roofing Of, all KindS, Steel, Iron, Metal Shingles, Felt,
I _
I Kiicli ono gotten up "iiulte r rilleim"
K
N' 'I, If you iluii't. mind w lat you .....Y.i' Quito a little excitement was caused at Ready Rock, etc.; Stool Brick and Corrugated Iron Siding; Corrugated and :E.: L. :se. ..:C .,

i'. To Fort. 1>ler..'" thuy export to sail, Rockledgo on Monday morning. While Stamped Steel Ceilings, Building Paper, etc.
,
( 1' A.lall mil\'ht to stay ,
I i I' To l the light fuiituHtlu away!, there, Air :H.: U. Peck, the proprietor of Hotel Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilizer.
y (,1'' Anl, cOllie crulaliiK home next day. Plaza, was conversing with some guests, THE KANSAS CITY METAL ROOFING & CORRUGATING CO., ,
i \1 First. in Hoe will COllie the I'otrel his second cook came up ao/l impudently of
,1 call the Attention the People of Indian River Stock of
I 416 Delaware Street tomy
She will look no trim and white; demanded his wageu. Mr. Pock said ,
And you .nlmuhl..... the unllntit uommodorA_ that was no place to talk business, and Staple &c Jr M-noy> O-rooorics, Fruit
lie will be lust "out of night." KANSAS CITY MO. .
II asked the cook Into the barber's shopto ,
'I'' Tlikt'iia. sloop that OIIIOH tinlilnil horI ( discuss the matter; but before many And Food ProductsOf
I Hli. In rolled the Susan" II.; All Kinds. Also Stock of .
And the man thnt holds the tiller words were spoken, his cook drew n My
: Jot tliu iilllclul. referee.There's revolver, pointed It at Mr. Pock'
i, headi Grain Hay Bran Cotton Seed Meal
and of vile .
:Mr.(>, on donnl the Iris, making use some EDWARD STILING ,
I You ova hu 1" mint alone; he was !going to kill him on the spot. . Ground Food and Wheat.
HR[ bnmulit a party down from Melbourne, for Mr. Pock hlu.
If. Fortunately man
_ 1 To |ih.. the tiling more tone. I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively:: In the above line'
I '> Drown was present, and knocked down Ooooci, F1.or:1dn: Goods. I buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and solid
'VIII.t thlllk you of that yawl boat V the hand holding time revolver. Mr.
I It hfloiiRit to E.: l'. II. '1'. DKALKll!: IN. your patronage. Very truly
Il Puck then made oil for his rllle. In the
bunt. the IVtrol
Yon soy It on.i DE3. X aB..A.DY.:: ::
; .. meantime time cook escaped the *
In the next ruue you will n e.Air. through Wood and Metallic Coffins and Caskets. u u .
window. Mr. Peck went after him
H. will lirinn his rat I."t- ,
It In iiuiutml. Muck, nml tan; and. tired a shot, but missed his man. Zinc and Copper lined, cloth covered wood caskets. Thin department 18In
H. W.II.I call* It >..llow jni-ket" Mr, Arnold< i Hut Us name In Uncle Hum.Tho tlio cook, who ls now closely cuullnodIn management of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the FEASTER.GROCERIES

(treat E. 8. II. will null lluliuiiintli, I Tltusvllle'a jail to answer the charge moat Improved method, of elllbl I"lng. All orders by mall or wire receive prompt .

I I I'niy Ye. ,OoiU,do nut, how mlmiiKlurittitnil, temugn.| mime, that will be brought against hIm by Mr. attention. EDWARD STILINO

For I moan, she can ua...llIw.I' Pec k. Cocoa_ _Indian__ River,_ Fin.
t nu
I' You rue, the"" |1"11'6 In the Swallow 11llslentliupr OF ALL KINDS. Francis H Leggett & Go's'!
0 '
' ; ;,+ t : IH next. to noiiia Iii lino. Statement ,
"I' lie think I It In a inluhtv joke
To :ICIUB theta ell liuhlixl.A :: .

in I the owner of tint ZellnH The Palm Beach correspondent, under Fine Gfroeeides.
no huny-hti rant ire! ; unto\; of Jan. 21, says In the Florida Citl- WARNELL CRATES **!
For a .'r..I') of beard liu H ralsingI zeu of the 2mllnMt.: : "Train are expected -
Fruits and
I Trjluj to rival t'nulo Jou I to be running/ on the railroad '' Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all kinds

Mid you sue there oilmen time Ilolutl extension, shortly. Tho line la.completed ,
Him mill "without wind
run ; -
J She would really icn tuiioh mister ready to be turned over to the CROCKERY GLASS AND TINWARE. _
If her mast,It would not bend company, to a point twenty miles from
For Beans. T3T Agents for Williams & Clark
Warnell Crates Fertilizer Co. Your orders solicited.
Miami. The
That sharpie U otillml the dimly*- road will be completed
; rtliu'n it flyer can but: soon after February 1." Waruoll Crates For Tomatoes. Very Truly, IDXUC-OXX:
..1I1II..1.lk. ctJ: FA J3tOr.
: not lielleva It, ;
Though
limy
This is a sample: of the misinformation Warnell Crates For Strawberries .
Mho wlllltolltlollolIIl.th -
; yat.Tlmt'ti which Is being/ supplied so abundantly Warnell Crates For Pineapples.
the good l'. M|of Wnvelnmt of the
by special correspondents
II He will, lathe along his "l.k| ;" paper Warnoll Crates Aro Accurate
Tlionuh It'H out or dote a little, referred to. Lots of people are watch- LUMBER !
II A niiMli lie's Lire to strike Ing developments In iSoiith Untie very Warnell Crates Are Noat and Strong. ,

r Mm.I... will bring time kitten. closely, expecting to 1 mm I unite to Warnoll Crates Aro Standard.! ,
'4 Know you who I iiiuiin liy that? that section as soon nn the railroad extension Warnell Crates Are Made In Florida. s
I) She steals sly Klmn-vii at the I'urHonWliun Is complete, god are arranging ,
I I, she gets behind Ills buck. their atYalrs accordingly. To tn.iko a Warnell Crates For Florida Shipment ', And House Building Material

I I'm sire my Lord 8. will mane, statement like the above In a paper) of Warnell Crates Have tho Highest Reputation. ,

,A With nuitoli him you tile say 11 race V I of think N. 10. high\ standing/ Is not only misleading, Warnell Crates Nice Used, Always Used. Sash, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement Nails and
,I 'No' ,1 "really cant fay whun. but calculated to do Injury. Warnoll Crates ARE SOLD BY ,

,f'f ih) t vein a Hhould nolmoner noo. the o'er high the bar oommlmilonorllrlnic ; point The about railroad seven Is minus only extended north of. to New A (}. F. PADDISON, EAU GALLIE, FLA. Builders' Hardware.In fact a complete stock of everything required

''I And limy not know It, Klver. There may bo a hitch or delay In O. F. PADDISON, TITUSVILLE, FLA.M. '' ,e >In building a house. Estimates furnished.

4 I'' He's a gallant, hola jack tllr.I' crossing that stream, and It U a good 2.1: B. LY MAN, LANTANA, FLA. Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and
Yon would like to know the other miles from Now liver to Miami. We Lake Worth
I I That man dressed In spotless white. ELLIS, WILLIAMS: BRANSCOMBE, :MIAMI FLA.
I' are just... sanguine, &lilt Is possible for P'- Octagon Crates
Tomato
MVM I that I iniiKt toll It carriers,
WM. CURRY'S SONS Pineapple Crates
J t He'.called the"nohool .....n'a dollnht." any reasonable person to( be, in regardto : KEY WEST, FLA. Warehouses
at Titusville
it- h And now that I have told you, the early completion of the road to WIOHTMAN & CHRISTOPHER, JACKSONVILLE, FLA. Eau Oallle and Jensen.
II! 1'II..k you all to pray Miami but we shall be surprised very Manufactured By G. F. PADDISON,
jl They will not strike poling breeze much If the road Is completed to Miami
I 1 !,J Or Morther by the way. Lax. ca or before March 1st Instead of "soon "I7V"arz1c1.1: Lumber c:* "\ToxxooarOo.., __ EAU OALLIE, FLORIDA.

1, after February 1st." Warnoll, Florida.

'ml+ ritomember, the ADVOCATK, Titus- _. h
vllle, does nil kinds of job printing. Giveus Schedule of Spot-In Train-National -

,,' share of your work.] Editorial;:: Aftaociatloit. THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART

1J IN RKGAIin< TO MIAMI.We r a
LA. St. Augustine O.-OO: a. ru., SaL, 2.1Sun. :
Made (for Sandy Soil 3.inch Tread.
Having
Ar. Daytona 11:00.: * .\o
'.' wish to Inform the reader of the Lv. DaytonaOrmond 12:30: p. m. II
l', (:; ADVOCATK, and the public In general, Ar. 1t1O.: ) "
P,.- fr t that it will bo folly to go down to Miami Lv. Ormond 2:00: ., 20 adapted The Indian to Plneal'llea River la and very, attractive aC thlll ; aching( eto The land III "pII'ldn
I at this time In the hope of being able to Ar. Palm Beach OtIO": ) Hennan trove The.J..St.other A.&I:Fruits J. R. ft'"n.ll., rune.sltnatellmat. Ankona. Just north of the eelebra'
I buy or lease a business or residence lot RETURNING,. UlI8l1l'J11LM8d. For partlculams address the through the property, making shipping fmcil.ti
t In that town. The owner.UTHUR
fI' surveyors only began Lv. Palm Beach D.-OO) Wed. 20 D.
,I the work of surveying and platting the : a. m.. PERKINS. New Raven C-"
Ar. Eden<< 10:30: .a. m. U _
"' b e. town n few days ago, and no loU will be U ::::

..,": I Y III, I More on February sale under 15th,any and circumstances probably not Ar.Lv.Lv. Eden Rockledge Rockledge ll.OO 3.00 1.30 p.a. m.m... "" U" :BEAR IN MIND
m.
f before March lit, or about the date the p. U ..*...
.f Flagler Hallway will be to MIj Ar. St. Augustine 8.00 p. m..
t j l; ami. We say this because oompleted several parties- Ar. Jacksonville 9.00 p. m.. -THAT I AM NOT Oof OF BUSINESS |

who went down to the new terminus of JOSEPH RICHARDSON,
\;, .1 the railway, at considerable) expense of Gen'l Passenger Agent Carrying in Stock a Choice Assortment of nigh Grade

L '1k time and money-which they could 111 Wines
:U. > afford to waste have returned dlsa- Whiskies Brandies
FOR Cigars Tobacco Etc.
SALE BY ,
We Can You -
Supply ,
,
f'J.. I pointed, and .ylt will be Impossible to ,
11. e secure a lot or any Inkling of what the EDWARD STILING. Mail Orders Filled Promptly
.. '1 prices will be until several weeks heooe.r' With liquors, wines etc., quality .... A.'t
We have Ip hand a newsy but somewhat equally. good and prices as low a. any COCOA
(, 1 J lengthy article, giving reliable information house In the State. # # 1tt10 # # The Lumber Hardware and Paint Dealer FLORIDA.:
as to status of developments Los LEY & RKNAKKH, Yours at Command,
!9 on Biscayne Day, which is crowded out Titusville, Fla. COCOA Indian River. FLORIDA.
J. D. CRABB.





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