Indian River advocate
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00079909/00011
 Material Information
Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: January 31, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
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 )
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: UF00079909:00011
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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11- No. Q5. TITUSVILLE. FLA., :FRIDAY: : JAN. 31 1896. Price, 5c.I .

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Head This Column Carefully. -Mr. Geo. B. Rumph spent a few -Mrs. R. F. Hull and little daughterhave A New Buoy for Canaveral.The Palm Bench and NHHHIUI. i

hours in town on Wednesday.Mr. been visiting Mrs. Hall's mother, at .
I TilE EAOI.K CI.OTHINO STORK In the DeLand, during/ the past week or two. government buoy-tender tarla,
ADVOCATE brick building Titusville II. J. Smith and son, of Rock- of Charleston, S. C., has been at Cnmw- -
-Vice-president and Mrs. J. R. Par-
the leading: clothiers on the East ledge, were pleasant callers at the ADVOCATE oral this week. One of the whl"tllnblloyl' The steamer Northumberland Is making
rott, child and nurse and Supt. It. T.
of Florida. Watch their ads on office on Tuesday.The Jott passed through Titusville Monday outside Charleston harbor has very satisfactory trips between the
this and other pages, and do not fail Rev. J. C. B. Hall, of Georgiana, en route to Palm Hunch.! been removed to Cape Canaveral. above places, and everyone seems. well

to give them a tilal. brother of Mr. R. F. Hall, of this place, ploaxod with the treatment they receive
was in town on Monday.Mrs. -Mrs. J. W. Underhill made q-iite, n Gasoline.The (>n hoard. Tourists who havo made the
Bear line of large ctitch!\ of lisp, with rod I and reel, on Supplying trip speak well of :Nassau and Its inhabitants -
candlesGunthel"skeptat M. E. Titus WAS visiting her tho railway wharf at this place on Wednesday .
I the Corner Drug Store.DON'T lend, Mrs. Rnthven, of New York, at afternoon. Water Lily, a fine government
I'I Kocklodge, Wednesday.Mr. tender, from Charleston, S. C., was at ,
Comm.uidttr; Bronson, U. S. N. tho Titusvllle wharf, !Monday! taking onboard They Catch Large Fish.!'
forget that Julius Kline has Just W. G. Wlnnns of New York Canaveralclubhouse !
who hits; been stopping at a supply of gasoline, for distiibu-

received. Call a very and fine examine line of them.children'sshoeH. and 1lr.V". W. Wright, of Eden, have us the guest of Mr. Sears, lion among the beacon lights ou (ho Mr[ and his F. G. Bom-no aro I\ lO1l't
been the Palm Beach Inn this
week.: visiting left for New York on Monday.Mr. East Coast. tho number of tourists that have caught;

TUB bout I 5 cent Freeman's Pridein Chas. Goodyear and daughter, Homo largo/ fish lately! at Palm Hoach.
town at cigar-& Renaker'8. Major H. J. Tiffin and Mr. E. P. of New York passed through hero, Canaveral Oranges.Mr. An Immense trout was exhibited by tho

LOCAL NEWS Losley Porcher, of Courtenay, paid Tltusville a Wednesday, on their way to their winter above couple at tho Royal Polnrlana.Mr. l +.

---- flying visit on Wednesday, returning the home at Rockledge for a short stay. G. :&1. Qnarterman has sold his or- and Mrs. 0, E. Woodruff and Mr. II.

Anti Topics of General Interest. WK now have money to loan In sums to' same day. crop to Paxton & Hatch, Rockledge. Graxsle, of Chicago, also caught two of
-Mr. Win M. Brown left for Jacksonville
suit an approved real estate security. I Capt. Wilson shipped his to tho, largest amborjiiokx. Keen this IIOI\KOII.
-Judge J. T. Small of Lewiston Me.
to attend to
Send in your applications. Robbins & after spending a few, days ou Indian morning, Philadelphia, whore they sold for fit'1 a on Satmday last, just outside the Inlet.
some business at the United States court
Graham Co. Ono tho scales at I.Vlbs.: and the
box. 1<:. .J. Burns bus. a few boxes ttppeil ,
River left for Texas and other of ,
receive of parts lie Is expected home this afternoon
-: If ;you a sample copy the states on Monday. which ho will deliver Titusvllle for 15a thor weighed. : -IO-Ibs. They were photographed.

the ADVOCATE, it is an intimation thatit -1\11' J. II. Howard, of Port Huron, box. .
would give us pleasure to RIM your BAititKit 1I0P. George Jones has open- -Hotel COquina is still as attractiveas Mich., who has been spending some timeat -.- --.
list of sob a hair dressing establishment at
name to our fast-increasing ever, and quite a number of guests are Hotel Ormond, left on Saturday last The Body Shipped North.
tlio Indian A
sciiberH. It does not cost you three River Hotel, Titnsville, being entertained at this cozy little hotelon for !Savannah. Ho said he would returnto NluhhdngAffray nt'I'ropie.our .
included when where he will be glad to see his old
cents week (postage ) Ormond Beach.
per Ormond about two weeks. The body of G. U. Sllleck, who fell
taken by tile year, and it can be sent to and now customers Banyan respondent says" : A
in any part of the United States or -Gen. Stephen M. Weld and Messrs. -Cail Breitwlsch and wife, of LaGrange from a train on !the Flol'hhJtIlst: Coast tight took place at Tropic last Sunday" '
you G. G. Hammond and G. H. of Railway on Wednesday week, and was between C, '1'. and Marvin Mu-
Canada without extra expense. Postage MONEY. We want money to loan ou first Lyman, recently left West Palm Beach Harprr
killed[ taken aboard the north.bound ,
one cent extra to foreign countries. real estate mortgages. Teu per cent Boston, arrived In Titusville Tuesday, en for Miami, where they have located. was (Hough, In which tho latter was severely,
train Jacksonville
}1.50 per annum, in advance.Mr. free of all expenses to lender. Gaulden route to Canaveral club-house. They drove through/ the country, and for at N. Y. The Saturday 1 but not fatally stabbed The oiinseH
night, Brooklyn, body which lead tho unknown
& Sanders, Titusville and West. Palm -Gen'l. Pass. Agent G. D. Ackerly, of took two milch vows_ along.Mr. was accompanied' i>y Mrs G. II. Sllllck to respondent.to dilllculty McUougli Art Is..a

Jack Happersette is visiting his Beach, Florida. the J., T. A: K. W. Railway, pawned Elgin/ F. Curry, collector of customs and her son. stranger your: hero, having only been In this.

brother In Orlando.Mr. through here Tuesday, on his way to at Palm Bench, ball received from vicinity a few months; while Harper has

Reg. Taylor, of Orlando, left for FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall Palm Beach to spend a couple of days. Washington a fine revenue flag/ also a The Palm Beach IMcr. been well known In the community for

Eau-Gallie yesterday.Mr. on J. A. Daughtery, Main street, -Dr. and Mrs. F. H. Houghton, of a United States flag, for hoisting over three years, and has the reputation of
; Titusville Fla. Shoes made to orderin Columbus 0. who the Custom house. Dr.
at law-abiding
are now stopping Ross the contractor for tho being a quiet, boy.
and Mrs. Geo. W. Morton, of fine style. Hotel Ormond Sunday Brown called In and attended to the
Daytona, were at on :: -Capt. J. M. Paine, of Minneapolis new pier In pushing the work forward was
Canaveral, were in town Monday and last, greeting their many Ohio and Minn., who has boon spending n week or as rapidly, as possible. The pier Is now injuries of harper, and It l Is hoped I a
Tuesday other friends. so at Cocoa, looking after his tine grove will be able to be about .again/ ere ID tig.
SHOES at Julius Kline's, Titusvtlle Mail out about 1,100 feet, tho largo bulk
-Capt. C. F. Fischer had his fUg gaily orders promptly attended to. -Read the new ad of Knox, the painter. and winter home, left for homo on head Is being gotten in readiness I for tho

floating in the breeze last Saturday, in In this issue. lie Is prepared to undertake Wednesday.. position to which It will soon be align Beautiful lto'kl"eIJt'e.

honor of his 60th birthday.Col. contracts all along the East -Mrs. J. R. Anthony spent a day or ed. -

D. L. Gaulden and Mr. Geo. M. -Attorney C. T. McCarty, of Ankona, Coast. If you need any painting or so, tho first of the week, at Georglana. Tho Hotel Indian River Is having tho
Robbing went to Cocoa on law business was in town yesterday paperhanging done, drop him a line at Her sons-Henry and Uus-own n fine Looks Like CarclcH8ii" Immense electric sign "Hotel Indian

Tuesday Mr. Robbins left for Jackson- iK Titusvllle. piece of land at that place, having several IUv(,.." huug at the railway station entrance
Hie -Commodore and Mrs. F. : Hughes, : acres set out In pineapple plants.Mr to their elegant grounds. Tho
next day. -Mr. Jas. E. Tate, of the firm of Jan. The Lotus correspondent : The
of! Now York, have gone on a trip to Hays walk from the station Is covered with
-From Jaffa to Jerusalem, next Sab- Nassau. B. McNeal & Co. of Baltimore, stoppedover I R. W. Parsons, manager of the mall arrived In bad condition a low evenIngs crushed yellow coquina rock and on tho

bath evening, at the Presbyterian church.In at Hotel Ormond from Saturdayuntil Florida East Coast Steamship Lino, run- ago. Tho clerk threw the beautiful ulootrlo
i drawn sides at Intervals are
the morning a second sermon on the -Mr. II. E. Bemis, the genial managerof Sunday, when he joined the National ning between Palm Beach and Nassau, from the train as usual but It wan
"Duties of Parent" the New Rockledge hotel, spent from Editorial Association on a trip to has Issued notice that tho jurisdiction beneath the cars, and tile contents were fountains. At night, no prettier sight
could be Imagined. Mr. S. Uoss Cnmp-
Saturday until Monday in Jacksonville.Dr. Palm Beach and Nassau. of,the officers of the Floilda' Kant Count scattered In all directions. The pouchwas
-Gen'l. C. B. Knott of St. boil, distinguished guest of the Plaza,
Augustine Supt.accompanied the membersof E. V. Granger and Prof. J.'M.jfifiin -Captains Leo. Vogel and Chan A. Railway' la extended over the steamship found next morning on the truck has just returned from a week's outing/
the National, Editorial Association to wore out shooting a few days the Spencer, government hull and boiler inspectors line. throe miles distant.! Most of tho with an Invited party tc) tho lake, a few

Palm Beach on Sunday.We end of last week, and killed over fifty were In Titusville part of Monday -Mr. Arthur S. Haigh has returned matter, If not all of It, was found miles In tho Interior, bringing with him

and Tuesday, Inspecting the Canaveral from England, and In now located at sovoial fine wild turkeys and other \game.A .
still have a little genuine Suma ducks.Mr. club steamer. From here they wentto dinner of tho
Randall of Boston who Cat Cay, Bahamas where the ADVO- Among the fhvlm JerH. huge/ party enjoyed one
tra tobacco seed left for those of our has been Eugene at ,Sarno for Rockledge and Lake Worth to Inspect CATE will follow him\ Mr. Haigli bas turkeys at the Phua on Sunday.
stopping sometime
readers who will send astamped-addru8s- other steamers. The members of tho National Editorial
from until : done a deal of yachting on the East Palm Roach Swimming Pool getting\
; past, spent Saturday
od envelope to the ADVOCATE office. Monday in Daytoaa.Mr. -The card of Miller & Kennard, archi- Coast-from Daytona to lilscayne Bay. Its full quota of /guests, and among tho Association arrived at Ilockledgo from

-Mr. C. M. Merrick, of New Brighton, tects will be found on our 3rd page of -Capt. Ernest M. Goodall, one of our ladles who bid fair to bucomo expert Palm Beach 011V"edDellday, and were
Pa, who is stopping with his family at Geo. W. Morton left here yester- this Issue. They are well known archi- well known and popular winter visitors swimmers aro Miss Hall, of Detroit, much pleased with this delightful spot
Hotel Ormond enthusiastic fisher day for Jacksonville, to meet his little Mich.' Miss Burnham 111. on Indian River, which contains. three
is an tects In the state, and have their offices from Sanford, Me., arrived In town on Champaign, ;
and has fine trout girl Sylvia, who is coming south owingto in the Misses Corning Cleveland O. Miss first-class hotels
man, caught some Tampa. Mr. Kennard has drawn the Saturday. Mr. Uoodall Is a prominentand ;
lately ill-health. plans and specifications of several build- wealthy manufacturer of plush and O'Neal, Pittsburg, Pa.; Mrs. McNeil,

-Messrs. Myerson & Rhodes, proprietors -Archdeacon B. F. Brown will hold ings along the East Coast-among them other goods In the above city. Bridgeport, Conn.; and others. I10TKL, OUMUNI.
divine service on Sunday next Feb. 2nd. he ADVOCATE brick block.
of the Eagle doting Store have dissolved andat -Mrs. Olive B. Leo, editor and publisher -
partnership by mutual consent, at Cocoa at 10:30: a. m. and 7 p. m.; -Engineer II. L. Denny, of Roseland, of The Period, Dallas, Texas, was Between Key Wont and Miami. An ADVOOATK representative spent, .it

Mr. R. W. Rhodes carrying on the business Rockledge at 3 p. m. has been in town this week putting a one of the shining lights of the National day or so at this fine hostelry the end of

on his own account. -Miss Gilbert, of Eau Gallie, who has new Monitor engine into Mr. Cooley'sfine Editorial Association, who made the A new steamboat line will shortlybe last week, returning tj Tltusvlllo on the

-Miss Ilarbine is one of the recent been enjoying a visit with friends In launch Whistle Wing, which has trip along the Kant Coast. !She also ap Inaugurated between Key Went and editor. special train on Sunday after

popular arrivals at Hotel Coquina Or- Jacksonville and Daytona, returned again been placed in the water, after peared to be making many lends wherever Miami. The steamer !Shelter Inland, of noon. The Ormond presented .a guy and
mond and to last,Saturday home on Monday. been on Nelson's ways all the summer. she went. New York, It Is said will be put on the animated scene, there being nearly 400
; was chaperoned Mr. Cooley and family, and Judge Cooleyare run, and she Is expected to make her editors present General Supt.: U. B.
night's dance at Hotel Ormond by -Jupiter Inlet Is now practically closed expected to arrive in town from -Mr. Gus P. Anthony, one of West first trip after tho line Is open to Miami. Knott was on hand, looking after their

Mrs. Jas. P. Vining. and the rivers in that section are said Lansing, Mich., to-day or to-morrow. Palm Beach's prominent business young We do not know who owns this line, but comfort; whllo the popular malinger

General Peet, of New York; and to be rapidly becoming fresh, so fresh men, who ban been spending about a the AIJVOOATK has heard It whispered Messrs. Anderson & Price-wcie busily
Messrs. William P. Sisson, B. F. Weldonand that the oysters are being killed. The -Duck shooting on Indian River, durIng couple of weeks in New York, purchas- that Mr. Flagler IN largely Interested In engaged assisting to amuse tho largo

Richard B. Knight, of Binghampton, inlet has been opened by our citizens on these bright and beautiful moon- ng a large stock of clothing, etc., for it. If such Is the case, we may rent assured number of guests In every jitmslbloway.

N. Y., passed through here this week, several occasions.Mr. light nights, Is being Indulged In by the new firm of Miller & Anthony, at that the people of Dude and Mon They brought out their tally-ho

en route to Palm Beach and Nassau and Mrs. P. W. Bleven, of Louisville some of of Titusville's our people, and we learn ladles that West Palm Beach, arrived In town on roe counties will have a good service. coach and all the carriages connected

Ky. are spending part of the win- two popular young Friday evening last, staying over with with the hotel, and I gave the editors,
-Mrs. F. W. Craven left here, the are not backward In engaging in this his parents until Monday, on which day
first of the week, on a visit to friends In ter (In Titusvllle having; been here about at sport. Up to this time, however, the be returned to I.akeV"orth to look: after The Trip of the IMItorx. I their beach wives and and families through free the rides hummocks.. along
weeks. the
various far three They are sojourning have not met with much I
parts of the state, going as sportswomen his business Interests.
that comfortable and home-like place- A dance wax also given, Saturday night
luck. We the ducks
as Jacksonville. return
She to are averseto
expected the Decker House-and appear to be en- presume the From Canada.The Quite largo crowd were at the Tltns- In the Casino, and quite .a number of tho
to-dayor to-morrow. i joying their stay. encouraging new woman. vllle station of the Kluglor \Hallway, Sunday guests "tripped the light fantastic" to

-Mr. Robert S. Pyke and Miss Fyke, -Dr. and Sirs. B. L. Wills entertainedat -Saskatchewan afternoon last, waiting I to see the the sweet strains of mu lo sent forth by
of New York, have been pleasantly located -Capt. Henry R. Jones, editor and their house, last Friday evening,' a private Tltusvlllo car, afternoon, paused<< apodal) train of cloven Pullman Bleeping the ladies' orchestra. Over fiOO( () took
through yesterday
weeks proprietor of the New Hartford Tribune, few friends who curs through on their way from Hotel Ormond Saturday
at Hotel Ormond for some report having enjoyeda Palm Beach. On board pntm : dinner( at on
past. Mr. Pyke make a fine catch of New Hartford, Conn., who came south pleasant time. They were most agreeably en route to of Toronto Ormond to Palm Bunch. They did not evening, and I all spoke In high terms of
Mr. O. A.
Association were Kirkpatrick, ;
fish last Saturday at the inlet, and hadit with the National Editorial arrivein entertained by Miss Buckner, who of Ontario stop at Titusvllle, and tho only newspaper the kind manner In which they had lawn
Lieutenant-Governor accompanied
on view In Hotel Ormond office. as a delegate from Connecticut, IB l quite an expert with the Indian clubs man who left the patty at thin treated by the jovial managers.The .
Messrs. R. B. C. E.
town on Saturday last, on a visit to and dumbella. She also showed us relicsof by Angus, point. on the above afternoon, wan tho Ormond staff Is now composed: of
-Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Oliver and family his daughter, Mrs. Wm. M. Brown. the past, among them being two dolls Cloaston, John G'nsslls, and James Hong editor of the AIIVOCATK, who, In rom of the following: Anderson & I'riceman-
came up from West Palm Beach on Capt. Jones-who gave the ADVOCATE a of Montreal. Governor Klrkpatrlck'sfriends with Editor R. Jones of
hundred old made of Henry clerk I.. IL
two years by some pasty tigers; M. A. Cross, loom ;
of Canadian Pacific
official the
Monday. Mr.Oliver left, Wdenesday pleasant call on Monday-went to Rock- her ancestors. Refreshments served are New Hartford again joined the membersof Bingham, cashier; Miss\ Alice Fountain
anti directors
Georgia, on a business trip, and Mrs. ledge Wednesday morning, returning were choice and plentiful. Among those Railway and stockholders tho National Editorial Association! at bookkeeper; Miss M. A. Clark, house
Oliver stopped in Titusvllle on a visit to with the editors the same afternoon. He of that fine and well known
Capt. and Mrs. Wilson and ; Kocklodge, Wednesday, returning to TltuHvllle ketper111111; : Gertrude Kosebrook, onrto
Mrs. E. B. Wager.Mr. was much pleased with Rockledge, and presentWilson and hotel, the Windsor Montreal. the afternoon. toward
of Chicago; Dr. Mrs. .- same and newsstand; Geo. n. tlml th, ;
ays he will\ not fail to say a good word of New York and Mr. They reported a enjoyable time Howlaiwl( In
and Mrs. Wilson and daughter E. V. Granger, Murder Walter very Richard Hollan, rh (; Geo. ,
of Chicago: who have been spending a for it on his return to Connecticut. He and Mrs. J. O. Walton and Master The Wynn. at Palm Beach, and said their sail on charge' of the livery; Mrs. Howland,

couple of weeks at the Indian River expects to leave for Palm Beach tomorrow Claude Walton. NEW YOUK Jan. 3* '00.Editor !. Lake Worth was delightful. .Thc steamer chief of the pastry department; Louis
hotel Tltnsvtlle, left for Eau Gallie onMonday. and may go as far as Biscayne Biscayne carried them to l'ifts', Islam! Koliner, head baker; C. II. Pwsuott,
A. of
-Lieut. B. Is[. Purasell U. S.
Bay. .Adiiiifitf on Monday afternoon, and Capt. K. A. Smith head
From there they expect to go head waiter; Sam porter;
N. Y. at
to Buffalo, wan a pleasant Bravo was In command of the steamer, steward Mr KHz.: .
several places along Indian River M. L. Murphy, wine ; *
read the accountof
the ADVOCATK!: office on Tuesday morn- Dear Sir :Having
For Sale and he did his utmost to make the
Engine William
Shipman In of the
probably aa far as Jupiter.Mr. In Nute charge laundry;
Ing. The lieutenant la well known by the death of Walter Wynn your !
an enjoyable one. head bellman.
T. A. Snider, one of Cincinnati'swell With boiler, burning coal oil; two- many people on Indian Inver, who remember Issue of Friday last, I wish to express Home Seminole Indians met them at Chesley

known passed through horse engine. Can be seen with him an the government officer my feelings! of regret, through your pa- :Fort Pierce with a cart-load of oranges. ,

here realdentsl, s way to Hobe Capt. J.power E. Herbert, Daytona: price $73. who was sent here by the Signal/ office at per, that such an excellent and faithful which were eagerly bought by the editors Give UM Your Mall Orders

Sound, where he owns some valuable Apply to H. J. Tirri.v, Washington, to run the telegraph/ line man should have met with such violent and their families at 2ft cents per dozen.It -
property and a fine house-boat, whichhe Courtenay, Fla. between Titusville and Jupiter, about death, and that tils family should have was not long ore the editors discovered For jewelry or repairing, and they will

will shortly put in commission lie eight years ago. He says Titusvtlle wasa been severed so suddenly. the fact that not only had the Indiana be promptly attended to. Large line of

has been on a trip to Japan since he left poor-looking place at that time; and, I feel his loss very much, as I know I sold the orange, but had "sold" the all kinds carried at West Palm Beach.
notwithstanding the recent fire that shall not be able to get a more faithful AXTHO.IY' Buns.
River, and he certainly looks as editors also, for they were the wild sour ,
if the voyage had done him considerablegood. ---' burnt so many buildings to the ground, and devoted servant than he has been. orange of Florida. West Palm Beach.

He Informed an ADVOCATE representative One Iron-grey Mare and Rona mare he says this town is vastly Improved, I am, yours truly, ----
that he expect several colt; mare aged 5 years, colt 15 months. and he la much pleased with it. Lieut. J0llt M. STAStKT.

friends down from Philadelphia, to join Will pay 25.00 for them, delivered at Purssell, who has brought a tent and TRY a gallon of our $5.I$) Kdgewater' Where to Get the "Adv Ovate."

him in a cruise on Indian River. Fort Pierce. camping outfit with him will soon leave Mule Wanted.A Rye Whiskey-the bust In the state. -
Rosa TEBITO. for Dad county-probably going as far LOHLKY!: REN A KICK: Titusvllle, Dr. J. B. Screven,

as Biscayne Bay. medium..lzed or small mule, not Titusvllle, Fla. .> Mrs. Emma. Eaton.

Wnrzburger B. B. Brew, WANTED over ten years of age and sound. Please West Palm Beach, Anthony Bros.

Felgenspan's Newark dark brew In Una urpaoaed state price. When writing Dutrrni.f, address Wanted, A First Claw Scow Palm.. Beach.. Palm Royal Beach Polaclana Inn,,
THOU. : : ,
bottles. A new adjective, freshly-made, to describe u.. .
those Instantaneous cure of As a tonic Felgsnspan's Newark ex Courtenay, Fla. With or without sail, about 80x10 Citizen Correspndt,
Remember coughs, colds and hoarseness, by the port beer. feet, to carry freight; must be sound Ormond Hotel
of "Frog In Your Throat No Fine Watches, and well built. Address with full particulars The I.fDiA' RIVER ADVOCATE will bon
Anthony Bros full Hoe of dictionary word explain it. For Mia TRY a gallon of our Hard-tin Whiskey, Col. Degranw Oak Hill, Fla., sale at the above) newsagents' stand

jewelry musical merchandise carry a and opti- by F. S. Chaffee & Co., Tltnarillo I'la.; only 93.00. Losley & Renaker, Titus. Clocks and jewelry repaired<< by An- with the lowest cash price and where to every Friday or S"turdaY1ll0f1lID prico

cal goods at West Palm Beach. 10 cents per box. vllle, jfla. thony Bros., West Palm Beach. be seen. 2"J--Ite DcU. per copy.


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'ill, SOCIETIES ETC.Accepted although our progress was necessarill Key West. Think of the cost of maintaining Clyde Stean'1ship CQ;

slow. There Is not room enough In the a railroad to Key West; think of HONEST

Free and canal for such a large craft to steer well, Its perilous condition in case of a hurricane .

making it impossible to avoid stilling or In the event of a war with Great .

Masons against. the bank occasionally. Britain ,or Spain-one gunboat could
I Lin too-which ts on the line'of the knock it into smithereens in a few hours.

canal, about eighteen miles south of Miami will be a permanent terminus, Dealings

I West I'alm Beach-presented a thrifty and the superb climate, the magnificent" ,

Indian River '/ ', Tittisvill Fla. and prosperous appearance' ; there must bay, the productive territory of which It .. .

Lodge, S No. 00 be as many as a hundred families settled Is a centre, make it certain to become.'acity

at that point, and they have planted out of Importance. It Is destined io Truthful

k Holds, Its meetings tlio naannd anil, fonrtli }'rl.tI..y -I extensive vegetable fields, which looked become the Tampa of the East Coast.
I of each niont.Ii. at the Court lioune, Tltus-. well. Your space will not permit me togo Already some very prominent businessmen
i 'vllle, at II.((11I p. in. .
B. It. Wilson, VorRhlpfIlIMaater. Into detail In describing the several are only waiting for the road to be

I A. 'Feaster, Senior Warden. settlements between Lake Worth, and completed to begin business. on 'an extensive Representations, New York Charleston and Florida LiThe |

Ueo. W. Scobie, Junior Waiden. .BIscayne Day, the intention of thin al.tI-' scale. Among the certainties I ,

Joseph Mendel, Sooietary.'. '.. cle being mainly to give reliable, up-to- learned of, incidentally, are the following

; ., J.. M.F. Hall Dixon, benlor, trensurer.It. Deacon./ ,* date Information In regard to develop (I presume I' am not able to tell of SECURITY I magnificent Steamships of this Line are:

A. Cleveland, Senior Steward.Chas. meats at Miami. We anchored for the half the enterprises which are, at this pointed to sail as follows :

II. Walton Junior Steward. night on our way south at New River, early .$date, Insured for Miami) : A
........ ... ... .. S. C. Both Ways.
L whore the new town of Lauderdale ba national bank, capital $50,000() ) ); a state Calling at Charleston,

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. been platted. Very few permanent sei- bank, capital $25,000: ); one Ice factory- (sIANDARD TIME.)
.SninoloI.o4geo.3&hokle: 1 Its meetings at tiers have located at this ho- From New York From Jack.nnni,
point as yet. perhaps two, two all-tho-year-round Charleetoswrida .
Patrons. STEAMER .It
the ,Court house, the first four Thursday evenings to (Pier 2D. E. IL) 11..1
T of each month at S o'clock, p. m. The railroad Is now constructed to withIn tels, byprivatoparties; one weekly newspaper Dec. 21. at 3.00) p m. COMANCHE.... .Thur da1. Jan. 2, at &"
J.T. REYNOLDS, .. 30'at 1 LOt pm..... CHKROKEE .....Sunday II, at IJIWednelJlay
D. B. 1'RiTciiAnD, Mon"ay
i about five miles of New River. AfterIt -perhaps two, two hardware ... .Tuesday. '
3.Jopm..1ROQPOIR.( 1at8.Friday. .
Jan. lat :
C. C. K. of R. & 8. .." ..
croi,see the stream the railroad official stores, two drug stores, four lumberyards 3 at a.m p .ALUONQUIN..Thursday 9, at l J
iiv .. .....
Monda", 6'at a.oo p in...... SEMINOLE .8unday, lIlat I)
: INDIAN.RIVER GUARDS. believe. can be pushed forward at the two general merchandise stores, Wednes1ay; 8: at 3.00 p m..COMANCHE..Tueallay, 14..t IJ
f offer In .. ., CHEROKEE ......Thur ....y. 16,
These are the Inducements we 10, at 8.00 pm. al 'i'MonI"Yt '
I Drill at the Armory, over county Jail,every rate of over a mile per day; and, as It I lit one large f grain and fertilizer warehouse, Friday, .. 13. at 8.110 pili..... .. IROllr01R .....Sunday. ... IDat I
.. fuesday evening In the month at 8 o'clock. only 25 miles from New River to Miami, a livery stable, three grocery stores; five Welnesda3', .. ill, at a.oo p In.. ALGONQUIN ...Tnesday, .. 21. at I)
V A.T.FKAimtu,Captain.CIIUltCHKS. connection with our Frida 1'1, at 8.00 p in.. ..SEMINOI.E ......Thursday, 23, at h
; they hope to have the road completed i petitions for saloons were in circulation, Monda', 20 at soc p m.. ,. CoMANCHE......Sunday, I' ia, at ii.)

I'. } j' -.------- .------ by the 20th of February, or certainly by. but we do not know with what success. Friday Wellnooday, "" 24 22' at at a.HI soft(( ) p p mu 1II..CHEROKKE..Tu..day.. .. IROQUOIS..Thuretlay,, .". 841.2IIat12J, at UMonday. ,
,' March 1st.: 'Home of the employee of the An addition to the town is projected, MagnificentStock .. 27' at 3.00 pm. .AI.OO: .. 29' at 3.00 p m..... ..lInSI.E ......fue8day, 4, at 7 1.11Tue8da1
j '; road laugh at the Idea of the road being) i and the lots will probably be placed on .. 31, at a.oo p mc..... COllICHE..Thur'/ 8.t I
41 ."' EPISCOPAL CHURCH. finished to Miami by.March 1st, but we i sale before the lots in Miami proper are -

j t ill: i L:, month Itrvloes, at II the a. m.let and and 7:301: 3rd|>. in.Sundays Sunday In school each, think that Vice-president J. R. Parrott, ready; but I must stop on account of ofStylish E Philadelphia Charleston & Jacksonville LinI
I; t every Sunday at Si:au< p. m. Kvenlng prayer. at Chief Engineer E. B. Carter and Major space. Watch Miami jump; its develop. ,
II I service
,.j. I Friday p. in.at on 10 Wednesdays.a. m. Litany every Louis McLain, the contractor, know ment and growth will be continual, sub- For the present and until further notice, Steamer "YEMASSEE" Is Intll l lto

j ''I I REV. B. F. nnown, Itcctor. what. tbey are talking about, and they stantial and permanent. Goods. sail from Philadelphia for Charleston, Wednesdays, and from Charleston: 'I

$ ,., feel confident they will be able to put a I went down as far as Cocoanut Grove, Philadelphia Sundays. Close connection is made at Charleston with Cl',

,. :I ;'to, METHODIST CHURCH. train into Miami by March 1st. and there met my old friend, R. R. Mc- Florida Steamers for business to and from Jacksonville and all Florida poi:

,, t 1'111.I I third Services Sabbath at Tltusvllle at 11 a. m.every anil 7 flrst p. 11I.1 second; Sunday, and: Many people who want to get lots and Cormick. It seemed incredible that he Including all things Also Philadelphia and interior points via Philadelphia.

lIoblHlat 10 o'clm-k, a.m.every Sunday;Epworbl' engage in business at Miami have gone could have made such a fine place In so
League at 8 p. in. every Sunday. | Irayer meeting i Ornamentaland
I, 7 o'cliick every Thursday. night. The public are down there under the belief that the t short a time. lIe only acquired the N Useful, River Line.For
cordially) Invited to attend our services. has been and St. Johns .
town platted and that the lots property about two years ago, yet Indispensable
)t B. W. LAWLER, Pastor.
'I 4J are already placed on sale. This is due he has grape vines which grew 100 feet

,: 1'llKSnYTERIAN CIIURCJI.i to the unreliable reports in regard to last year, which look five years old Sanford, Enterprise and Intermediate Points i

i '!I Services every Rabhath. at 11 a. m.and Miami, which have appeared in the Instead of only eighteen months; 'fig
.' SuiKlay si'luml at II:4n a. m., Ch...... Garof.or, Jacksonville dally papers. We found trees of the same age, and five varietiesof inMen's the St. Johns River.The .
I t4 Mupt Prayer meeting on Wednesday evening Youths
4,4 I at 7::3fl. The nubile. are cordially Invited to attend many people of very limited means down guavas In heavy bearing (I counted

1 '. our pervione.i H. M. OOODKLL, Pall tor. there, who bad spent a week's time and sixty on one bush). The place Is laid elegant Iron Side-wheel Steamer

some thirty or forty hard dollars! in cash out artistically, and 1s embellished with ''citycxf: : : Joo3x. JL'V'l.11e>: : ,"

I' I BAPTIST CHURCH. for transportation, who had been deluded ornamental and rare shrubbery. It Is, And CAPT. \V A. SHAW,

4 Preaching every second and fourth Sundays by the reports referred to Into even at this early stage, probably the
;,' morning and evening. Prayer Meetings every Boys Is appointed to sail from Jacksonville Tuesdays and Saturdays at 5.00: p. m., returning lt\\
'J Wednesday. evening at 7::00) o'clock. Sunday' the belief that the town was well underway finest improved place on the bay excepting
and at :00a.m.
Thursdays :
Sanford Mondays
School every Sunday at 9.4ft: a. m. AlHojireauli- and that could lease Fort Dallas owned Mrs.
Inll lint Sunday at LaOranicei. ; Second Hi mi,lay, they buy or a possibly, by
I Oak Hill. All .are cordially. Invited to attend. lot and engage in business at once. Julia D. Tuttle. In a few years, Mr. SOUTH HOUND SCHEDULE NORTH lion

t., It. A. GEIOKH Pastor. These men found they had embarked on McCormick will have the show place of Leave Read 3.30 .. wild-goose chase, and were compelled the bay, a distinction which he long enjoyed CLOTHING $4" p. m. ............................I'alatka............................ Lea.e 9IO:( p
\ CATHOLIC CHURCH. :: 3.00 a. m. ........... .............A8tor................... ........... too
I'" Services to return to their homes In various partsof on Lake Worth before hU sale to .1 4.30( a. m. .........................8t. Francl...................... .... J.3OL
at 10 a. m. every Sunday, In new ............................... ................ ..
I Church 5.30( a. m.......................... Jlerc8tord........................... 12.00t
,: f building at 8p.m., North Tltusvllle. Children'scatechism the state, having made the trip for Mr. Flagler of the property where the ...................................,.............. :: 8.00 a. m..........................JUne Springe.......................... .. liNt
Rev.J. F.O'BOVLB Rector. nothing; and if they are still resolved to Royal Poinciana and Palm Beach Inn Arrive 8.30 a. m.................. ...........Ranford ............................ .. 9'001
\ ,:. 0(... __ ._..___ : 92/1/ a. m............. ................Entel"J>rl e... .................. .... .. 9.30&
I, .': locate at Miami, they will not be able to now stand.I GENTLEMEN'S

Ii I \! t purchase or lease a lot before the middleof would like to tell your readers more Cen'l Passenger and Ticket Office, 204 W Bay St., Jacksonvilj:

.:. February or possibly March 1st. It about Biscayne Bay, but this article Is M.H. CI/YDK, A.T. M.. F. M.IRONMONGER, JR.,Fla. Pass. Agt.,
>.',h" to that the public should be too can and see 1 Bowling Oreen Mew York. 88 West Bay St..Jacksonville,
seems me already long. They go
: j '.' FURNISHING GOODS THEO. O. EOORB, T.l\I., |Jno. L. HOWARD, Fla.Fr't Agt.,
Ii: <..:. ))1" "1 I :., informed, In unequivocal language, that /or themselves, but should not go until S Bowling Green,New York. Foot logan St..J'ack8onvl1ler)! |
;' no lots can be bad at Miami for some the railroad Is finished, when, no doubt, A.J COLE General Passenger Agent, J.A.LESLIE, Superintendent,

fI weeks to come; otherwise, serious Injustice they will have a chance to go at excur- B Howling Green New York. Foot Hogan St.,jacksnmlllell,!
,1"1" } I will be :done to many worthy; sion rates and GENTLEMEN'S' D. D. C. MINK O. F. A, 12 South Delaware Avenue, Philadelphia.1VM. .
\: .
P. CLYDE CO., General Agents,
''I: Individuals who are disposing of their G. 19, So. Delaware. AT.,Philadelphia. 0 Bowline. Green,New Tori
.:: ';: effects at their present homes at a sacil .

:, '..: flee and leaving for&Mlami, only to find WANTED:-Several trustworthy gentlemen .
ladles to travel in Florida for SHOES HATS CAPS
ii I or
that they are four to six weeks ahead of
established,reliable house. Salary$780 ,I
t time., and Steady position. En-
ex pennon
1'I'' '. The surveying and platting of the close reference and self-addressed, ::

:. 1'\\';I.}\ town It was had Impossible not boon for begun anyone last week to obtain, aol stamped Company, Chicago, envelope.third, Ill. floor,The Omaha Dominion Building Trunks S p Southern.ailway.

__ I __ any inkling as to the prices which lots ,

"_ Jfr. At O. llyamu will be hold. From tho best information
L' Hamilton, Ohio. obtainable It will be at least Fob. 1IU1: Kaiser Wilhelm is spending $IMOOOOon )
additions improvements
before any lots can be placed on sale,
I\;\ The Same Bread palace In Berlin, which it will take seven
as and probably not before March 1st :1 mOve PULLMAN DRAWING BOOK OARS,
years to complete. Last year $350,000() ()
do not make those remarks from any; OOMPABTXENT: : CABI, DINING CARS,

:\\I l Hood's Sarsaparilla on the Table feeling of pique or disappointment at was.spent In rebuilding the northwesternend. E @ THOROUGJU'ABB COAOH3S: VEIITIJl11LJI1) TRAffi

not being able to secure a lot or Iota for
\, .'., at Every Meal
business locations because I QUICK _
: t 4 "In my opinion Hood's Sarssparllla hal was posted Gold tennis rackets and crossed golf DEPAKTMEKTSComplete -
not an equal. a blood purifier. I doo- as to the condition of affairs before go- sticks, the Manhattan diamond, the New In wide AND I".T. "."TN ANS WET.U. .
; big to Miami and made the trip to attend
I toted 8 months for stomach trouble and ,
York Athletic club's winged foot, are ... r.
... .. .. 5.
other business
i' Neuralgia of the Heart requiring persona reproduced In rubies, garnets and diamonds range for Selection, quantityand All Trales I.Sly ''';'LlM U. a.: ... ALL TIAI"1 DAILY. ;f''r.:. ,
l ''" without any good and then took Hood' attention; but I could not help foe for the ornamentation of the summer Ll.5. -.... _ _ _ .!!eL. :-
Barsaparllla. Every spring and fall since some sympathy for those people with quality, in Newest and LvJaeksosvtll.PC.P.11 S 10 ....I1..m.,".c." r. 10 p. 'I as
10 am P" "'
scarf. .
tenr. ...
1 I have used it and it baa done me lots of whom I came in contact, who had expended : : ::
", i I good. I have not been attended by a much time and In making most Exclusive Styles. Lv avemit. W. c. r.... 101 p. S .. pa 1"= ::
.. ii, physician for the last four years. My wife money need In the ... .. .. .. ..
t -What do you way of IoY ..n. .. ". r.. 1 P" 1041p ,
the the solo of
for ..
r' was suffering with water brash and trip purpose securinga note and letter heads bill : I!!!.
envelopes, ,
I Feeling All Tired Out. business location and had utterly heads, statements, tags, cards, etc ? IN PRICESEXTREMELY Lv C.lsble !toutb.r... I It II" I 10 am ; tfi! .

She was severely afflicted but upon my tailed In their purpose, and It is the We shall bo glad; to have a share of your Ar CUrllltte.II..lItberD.! .. 10.. P" S IS k ...h-
I i prevailing upon her to take Hood Barssiwrlilaand work. LOW ON ..
duty of the to inform the public .
j Hood's Pills she felt press AI Ws.btsgt...lIoutllerD! S tIS a. P to p. aver.ttsouthern..C. ;
'j'" dUrerenur. \ ........ .
of the facts.It .
In a short time. Now she Is true EVERY ARTICLE.We .
j oAr a1e. P.na. R. I.. 11 01 11III 11 II P" ........ : ::
We have great faith la Hood's BarsapmHood's will be safe for those who ::
to .
.. .
expect -The Walton Machine A I 1t1m 1 Ia, ::
I' Rapid Calking : :::::::::: S
offer the best ... ............ I 11 p. I"
locate wait until the opportunity
Miami to trains
I F ? ti6 Cures at No. one, $5; No. two, $10; No. three, $13 ...... a

I I are running to that point; the lots will Tltusville, Fla. of the season. AiNswTort.Ysss.Lft.. 143 p. .a. ::.::............. .!!..i.:
C rilla and pat it on the table at every meal not all be for there will be several ..........
; I the same as bread." AI. O. HTAMS, with !gone, .u .aii_ ,___ '_.. .. .. P. :::::::::::::::::::: :::::: :::: :::: .... "
'.\ T. V. HOWBLI. oV BOM, residence thousands for sale, the town site being
CM tot t & C < For .full. Ifurmetlos apply to .IIY A..at 01 this snat Railway
North Third Btreet, Hamilton,Ohio.Hood's very large. Those who have patience pOlAR THOMAS
System, or It. coaaedlona.W. .
until sale and
they are placed on
Pills :..;t'g..& business' lot In location The facts in this advertisement may A. TURK, I. A. IEIISCOTlII. a. H. IlARDWICIpal. ,
can secure a good -
; 1; ..... ..... \ .. Lees. u... PaM. AgmI, AM" Qe. ...... A.gees.Weebii .
will be fortunate, providing the Tinners and Plumbers. be doubted by some. We ask but one ...... D. c. aa---... T_.. "' ....te. 0.

i '\\1' MIAMI MEANDERINGS. prices are not unreasonable.I visit to prove these existing facts by a W. D. ALLEN,
feel confident Miami is destined to
i'.1'' become one of the moat Important townson Galvanized Iron Gutteringand Florida Pss.seneer Agent,'

the East Coast before a single year I Comparison of Oar Goods ,J ,!!-lJ I8e. ZIZ West Bay Street, JACIt50NVILLII. :

fj' HKLIADLK INFOUMAT10X roils around, and in five years It will, In Tanks a Specialty. car ---......

all probability be the most populous and Prices.Yours :::::
"; "I As to How Affair :Aro l rogrt'.IJ. point south of St. Augustine. Evcry- : Estimates given on'work, and .

Ing on Blacayne liny. thing Is being planned on a large scale; Correspondence Solicited. to Serve, WE DELIVER -
101 k .
t p Editor railing[ Is being done for four sidetracks POMAR & THOMAS, 1; 1; r%
each to bo half a mile long; THE
ij I made a trip to Dade county recently, watorworks, sewerage electric light, Tltusvllle, Florida. A Piano

\' and have no doubt the many readers of telephones, etc., are also projected; a or Organ

\\Ul the ADVOCATE will be interested to channel, ten feet deep, will bo dredged
know just what has been done; I I..* being, Into the Miami river, and large ateam- EAGLE \T YOUR NEAREST RAILROAD STATION, with complete outfit subject

I and is about to be done at the proponed boat: named, the Shelter Island, will Fruit and Produce to approval after a trial In your own house. No money required until ,yon are

..; terminus of) the Florida East Coast Hallway connect at the railroad terminus for Key thoroughly aatl fied. Our prices are M low M any house In the United States and

'%' Vlco-piesldent J. K. Parrott kindly Vest. Not only many town to the Commission Merchants our terms are.so reasonable anyone can purchase and pay for an Instrument.

r' Invited the writer to join Mr. Flaglor northward of Miami will contribute to The Celebrated CONOVER. ',

i 4 4 and party at West Palm Bench, and I make Miami a populous place, but It Is. P. O. Box 1OlO.REFERItNeESrHammel.en. CLOTHING The The Renowned Beautiful SCHUBERT.FISCHER. Y I. PIANOS .

:' make the run through the canal on the almost certain that a large percentage of : : Lung, St.LonisMo. And KINGSBURY.
.i amtth. Conies Co., Chicago I 111.; Clti-
steamer J. W. Sweeney, which wast waiting the best people of Key West will move Sen.' Bank of l.omieian I ':: N. O. Cooiwratlvetanking :: :
; the arrival of the train. This wa up to Miami.It "' .e'n; John W. Lwnaclen, New York ORGANS0"' Aeollon'' Farrand & Votey, CHICAGO COTTAGE
City; J. C. Biultlt & Co, St. Louis Mo.; R. L.
the firet large: steamer to make the run is In to talk Ieterwmn. Ft. Oainvs (!...[ R. M.Ulul r. Ycns-. STORE -
,, folly, my opinion, Brass and
tee > !1&.1 i FruKaml Produce Tracie Generally) small Instruments
through the canal, and it was feared that about the railroad being extended to Commercial Atf. ,nct".. money. Music and Books. Write ns we will save 100

we might not be able to get through, but Key West. It will not cost onefourthas New Mos. 3TO-331 Po d.... Street.

.. under the command of Capt. S. A. Bravo much money to bring deep water into :Vow Orleans. La. Titusvillc Florida. TIlc A.. IO. Cnnl.pbcll CO.,

wo proceeded without any serious delay, Miami! as it will to build railroad to :::ly-Liter Advances made on Consignment JACKSONVILLE

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professional Cards.

BOBBINS{ ROB x. RoBBI& :GRAHAM<8. WALTER, 8. GRA U M. A of curious official Matrimony incident duty In!the varied. ChI Chicago_the monotony license Florida? East Coast Railway) The Three Great Florida West

bureau the other
day. "I must have the
written consent of the young woman's FOK.MKKLY THK:

ATTOIUTEYS-AT-LAW, parents, as she Is under legal "age be- Jacksonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway I. Coast Hotels
FICa H UB :-From 10 to 12 a. m., fore I can issue a license for yon" laid

and 2 to 4 p. m. Marriage Clerk Sahnouaon to John A. Time Table In Effect, Jan. 7th 18IM. ,

I TITU9VH-LB, Brevard Co., Florida. White who wished to wed Lena Col-

O. Box, 108. lius, 17 yearn old. "But she baa been South Bound. North Bound. OWNED UY THE PLANT SYSTEM.
In all the courts
-state and fed
'111 practice married before', exclaimed: the applicant 81ATIONB. Nu. 1'1"' No N... 1o.. .:Su. No.; ---+---'- -
Ei'wdal: f* III :e. for examining and perfect- "She ii Mrm. Lena Collins. That I 87. 37 23 2011 STATIONS. 18. N"U: 11II 11I11ILy
Iplau.I land tltltB I I makes J"'k"OInll1 .. l oo6 <&II-p'8 0I1a :-:-: : -: Lv I'hn Iltoaeh urn 71x1' a m I :::::-:. ::-:-:-
Money to Loan. the parents' content nnneoeaaary. Ar lit. A.1lju"Une. 11 011 a 748 I' I) loa ... I.v Royal Polnrlna 7110III . . .:. . .
Clerk Salmouson looked surprised Lv 8' Auguntlnea1119 a .. ... ... .... .. .... .. .. Lv W Palm preach 7M1 am. . . mr tl(4 ,,,
Lv H"" .. :. ." . .. .. .1.vHlvh.r.. . .. .. 1\3am. . . .... .
fILLlJl A KENNAUD, aud the expectant groom"explained: Lv East l.al"tk..II: 44 ....... .... ........ Lv W. Jupiter .. .. .1M.. ... .. .. .. ?
that his fiancee was married when 14 r1'al..tk.. .......,. 1:1-21\: \ a ': -: :-:::-:: '-'- I.v Hobe S iit., II M .a '" .. ... .... . .
1 years old to a man who lost his life in Lvl.alatk.... .... 11311 p ........ .... . .... LvAhcla.. .. .. 897 a III. .. ....... . 11

ARCHITECTS. 'I aii accident in the World's fair groonda. Ar gun Mateo T1i'P "' t:Jensen.$tuart.::....::::: 842 8 MI : :::..: : : ::: : : :::: :....

I East Coast business will have prompt To be wife Lv San Mateo ..10 a/ :....:.:..:..:. .. ... Lv Eden .... .. .. IIIMI a in... .. . .. .... ..
a a widow at 14 and a f Y rnlOn.I.'...... l 1-91)p . .-:-:- : ..... LY Furl 19urce... 11311 am...... ....... "1IaLvD..ytona. erno
Ltontlon.I bride again at 17 ia an experience such ... .... I"lp: .. ;, .. ... .. Lv St Lucie..9\ as a tit ... .. ... 1n 0iLv ft1D 5I
.. .. ... ... .. . . .,. (
as seldom falls to in this tort Orange 1/1:11'/: .. I.v :" a. 11 4M1xLv j
I TAMPA, FLORIDA. girls country. New Smyrna.. ... .. .... 1100 a LvMe1tH"rne..lIlo&am, ...... .. . 1:11I1'I. : !
NISn -Chicago Correspondent. ." Oak Hill ..... ... .. .........8maLvSarnn. .. .. 112'lam....... . ... .1UwLYTitnevllle. 'I
..... .2Mp... .. . .... 800a I.v.lal\le.: \ .... 11a1: an1..... . Ial'Lv / til'w
City Point ?. .. .. ... ...... 920' a LYI bwklsdge. kris,1210: p m.. ... ...... a alp\ I I ,
INOR S. JONES, LvCocoa..... .... 858p .. .. .. &l\IIa .Lvltlnm.12'4ptn .. ,.. .. 8121'
Genuine Bargains Lv Ibekledgn title. .121' ..... .. : : ::,: IOOOa Lv ('Ity Point ....1128.4, : p rn .. ... .. .. 8 /flop' ,
laIs. iv RanOallle.4iiP ..... ... ...... II2aa' l.vTltu.'III. .... I'ITpni .. .. ... .111111.Ly8"nI0. t
ATTOKNEY-AT-LAVV. ..... .,. .Mp .. .. .. ..?..11311R LvO..klllU.. .. 14411.)11. .. .. .0:1/1":/
Ill Ly Melbourne..... 8 01 p ..... .. ...... t2 00 II I.v New tlmyrll".. 915 I' III .., .. .. 1 :311'
IITUSVILLE, DREV Aim co., FLA ; LvSebastian..... S42p.. .... . .... :.SLVBtLuele 1111) > LvPortUnnge. :25lpiii: I .. .. i
IN REAL KSTATE. 881p ......... .". ... 18p Lvleytona. .. .... 24Tptn.. .. .. . .
v Judge of Brevard I Ar Fort I'leroe..... 8.3 .. .. ... .... ..80'1' Lv lruued. .. 311111')11 .. .
u County County. I.YICllon .. .... 11r: p ...., ...... .... .... .. Lv East Palatka.,. "ao 1.11I. .. .. .
..aIt No. 1. Twelve of hammock LvJensen.. .. .... 717 I' ............... .... .. FR..," 1I1.. wl -846 I'-' :::::: ---:-:'. .
acres Lv Stuart ... ... 121\1'\ ............... .... Lv San Mateo ..,. 120 In.... .... . .. .. ... .
and at Sharpes about 800 feet I.Allr'la.. ........... .... .... .. I p
L. GAULDEN, J. T. BANDBUII, ; 78111' .- .- '
r front on Indian Postofflce'i runs back to I.YHobeSolln.l.. SIlO I' .,... . .... .... ... Ar191atka....,.. .. 1fiM1itrr/ ... .. .. Campa Bay Hotel Tiunpi: ; Florida
! Notary. ... .. Lv Palatka., ., ,,,. "ltlIl p III ,
Lv W. Jllp.ter.... 813 I' .. .. .. .... .. :::::
AULDEN & SANDERS, county road; has upon it a house of six LvRiviera . So&O I' ........ .. ... mliUoun".oIIIl, ) m- '.''.'.'.''
rooms, almost new; cost of house $1,600; I.v W I'alln Roach Sllll p .. ..... ...?... .. .. .. Ar 8t. A..Un.' 1OIl': )II .......... ..Lv ... ... The Seminole hotelVinter lurlFla.:
barn, stable, outbuildings, etc. lias a Royal k'ob'na 900' II .. ...... .. ?.. .... .. .. I.v 8t. Augustine. 580 I' inI. .110'\ II 31 a .
ATTORYEYS-AT-LAW, of Arl'llIIlIo'l'h' Inn 911II1' .. .. ... ... . .. .. Ar.laok".nvlllo. .. 1\4(11)( m Mill" 1rMI': : ....
500 largo bearing trees in tine
grove ,
nt I In all the CVmrta of the State condition before the freeze, and will soon The Inn Port Tampa all the
t r Florida, and the United States Courts. A. & W Branch. open year.
recover and bear good crop. Remainder
|P. O. Box 2.15.: TITUSVILLE. FLA.
of land cleared, and Is of best quality for
1'. Money to Loan. 18 SOUTH Rl(1NU. NOn'I'U Ilot'NIt.
vegetable farm. This property was held

t Inn at $0.000 one year ago: ; will sell today 8TATIONS. No 8 vo.1 No. No 8TATIOSS.: So S No" No

[ DWELL TITUS, for $:,800;. $1,000\( cash and 2,200() i: New iyr ji 94l1 i i: : ?::-:::. p. n. CIty limo oliji; iiij; ::-: The florida (Central & peninsular RailroadShort

may remain on mortgage. This. in a Lake 1I..lon .. ....... .. (IranII'D I'lly I2Sgt 4D0p.... .
LvOranxeCity: -: 11113a.; . .... . .. Iakelteloo IIMlI' 34"1' .. ....
ATTOUVEY-AT-T-AW. most desirable place for a home, good Ar O. City Jnnl'l. : .. ..... ... .Ar New 8my"\ IUIII' :34np', . .
I Practice In State and Fedora. ) court Lund location, close to postoflice, school, Lute hetwiMMi Florida niul nil Northern I'ohitH.
I church, etc., and in a nice neighboihood. Trains 81 and 3?, dailybntwcendgcksonvllleandSt.Augustine.:
ties a specialty. Attorney for Hoard of The bare land; alone Is almost worth the Trains 23 and 200 daily except Hnnilay.' Only laM! Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville
|i aunty Commlsslonerii, and Ooiinty Solicitor., asked. Train 31 south of St. AiiiciistliiH dally except Sunday.' .
I 0. Box 84. TITU8VILLE FLA. price Trains between New Hinyrna' and Orange; City Junction dally except Sunday.Ti Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Baltimore
with houseof ese Time Table shows the times at which trains may l he expwtml. to arrive and depart from
No. 2. Thirty acre tract, the let ar xl stations, but their arrival or departure at the times stated Is not irimruntpml nor does Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
eight rooms, artesian well large por- the Co ip'uiy hold itself responsible for any delay or any conseqiieuoos' arising thureform.
((5. Freeman Hall, Silas H. Wright lou cleared, etc. ; adjoins hotel )property J. K. a t HOT'S. JOSEPH llU'll Altl SON. Everett, Macon, Atlanta, Chattanooga, NimliHllo\ Louisville! Cincinnati,
Attorney-at-Law, DeLnnd, Flu; at Sarno, near Eau Oallie. The land .l le-Prenldent. Oeii'l Passenger Agent. and Chicago.Kvorott .

[ALL & WBIOI1T, alone Is worth more than price we quote, p : Itlrmtnitliam, Holly IIl'lnjs: Memphis, Little Hock, Kansas City, St.
220.: The owner refused $3,000 year Louis, Chicago, Sioux City.

INSURANCE AGENTS tgo. lIe must sell without delay, and River Junction Ponsnroln, Mobile, Now Orleans, Texas, Mexico California
has authorized.. to take :*2 1.00: $1,250:
; The Trunk Line.
Tropical \nd the Paclllo Coast Effective Jan. O, I MIMI..rwro.a .
Tltusville, Florlilit. ash, balance may remain on mortgage.No. .

New York Limited and New York Fast
Representing the "Old Hartford" 3. One hundred and thirty-six c.a.w t,..... ,.,.w Mall\ I Uiaviiii Jiirknoiivlllu IIM: ) a. m. and 1\\:lIn
,ilvcrpool & London & Globe, and nil the and 85-100 acres of land at New HSver. ..1.. V.,. $ i, witli, Through Piilliiuui Mleepem for. 1

ending companies. Are prepared to Three-quarters of a mile water front. Jacksonville Tampa & Key West Railway. .N ,.. u1.n.I I'1avorutt: ,,Plilliululplilii.RIlvl.lllnlln,4'IIniabla.New York ANhliiKton.Ilimton and llaltltimrtt all\-

write lines up to $20,000 in any part of Description as follows : Lots 3, 4 and a .,,,u ..w"o. IOOternlsdau. ArrivuaJacksonville ".<&11 a.lII.

lirevard county. 8; of section 13, township 60, south of JOSEPH II DUItKKK Ueceiver.B ? a,.... and, avn: p.m.Conipaitinnnt, Cara between St. Aiifrntlne and

range; 42 east. Price $1,000 for the 111 awn., ,r; New York IHiiIng euro to and from Wanliliir-| 9
whole tract or less than $7.50 acre; UTU NmtTlN I ..,.,... ton
ISCAYNE BAY, DADK: COUNTY. per -.. Time T..bl..ln Effect!: Jail. 0, 08. a- .,, w w
T W. EVVAN or we will take $10 per acre in forty ...!!.:.-I No. 21...: No.23\ I._N0.IUMM614See .1"=' N 7-K-r--rI"! ''"'
acre tracts. We believe a purchasercan .... . I'1' e31PI.v.JA'KSONVI..Ar!: itimoii.aIMpme840pmS Onlr '.1.... ThroliKh the llfiMtltlfnl IIIHCountry
U. S. COMMISSIONER. land and double his ...... .. .. 3$ p 8111''' . . ...()ranll'e Park. ... .." 12111L1II ilKplII.: .... Y M a""Y.' off nt tulle. Florid, I'itnaiwolit, and
sell this .. .. .., .. 549p 906 a .. .. .... .. ..1'enrla .. ....... . 7usatra 281 pin...... .. 1/ a ..:....."'bh. Ixmva Jai'kHonvlllu. D.4A: a. Ill.
Notary Public State at Large.; money as soon as steamers beginto .... ... 1\32a\ 915p' 021\a\ Magnolia... .... .. 8411am aiipm45II /. ) \ ) Y.W. '/ .D.1J q y 0 for Luke t' lI"f'Ive Oak, Mu.iisun, Moiitlonllo,
run through the canal next .. . 3a 923p 0335..GreenCove: ; H..rlnge.. .... .. 8311l\m IMIIIIII( .1101.11I so a '. River Juiiutlon
Lands Selected ; Conveyances made. Wo this land .... ... . 10lHlp) Dill'' . 1Hystwtck. . 111I7RIII 14111111) ... . Iw "' 11 dwnurlnlnil,. the "" e.tNlMealnMl'alll..
'Correspondence solicited. Address: December. own our .... ? .. 12:11I.: 108111' IIIIlIa.( .. .. ? .. .Palatka... .. .. .. ... /I'am/ : I2'2pm 4.O pin r? foriilii and the 1'anlllii. 4'oiutt, Uarrlea HliNipert! ,
selves, but need money to develop other .. .... . . .. . ..... ..8at811111. . ... 4Mia5112a0pm .... .. .... .rye" /,. ,,'anti Arrlvua Jiiiikmnivlllu, 7 ill ". ....
Bay View Hotel, Cocoanut Grove, enterprises, hence offer it at a price .. ..... .. .. .. ... .I."m"n... . . .000am 1 411"11 ... 0
Office, Ewan's Landing. this .. .. \ ..... .,CrescontCltyJunotlon. ... 423am: Ilalll.m: .. ... S ,
which will Insure early sale. Buy .. .. ... 112'p: 11041'104a.: .? .... .........8evlll..... .. .. ... ... 'lIIalll' 121111.11I SIUpm I1 i ,y_ e "1 s. r'' Leaves. Jacks"nvlllu 9:4115.: m. fur JIIt"ke, Haw-
land and double your money. .... .... .... .... ) .. .... ..1)0144011>> 82Tam It 47ain.... ,. m'% t w a..w thurneSllverl4'ringhmW| W. ALLEN .".. .. ': :' .... ...?... llenw0.l... .. .... 31111\11I II 41aur n. K4VtVllflw4Niil, 1.4'eitliiirK...' ,{, Tavaren, Apopka
GEORGE No. 4. The north three-fourthn of .. .... "I 1/101)/ 1 1211a 1:1271': .... ...,. .IleresfonL.... . ...... 300alll l1wlam 74npm w .,a Orhuiilo, 1.I\O'.h.|I Dailn City, I Plant. City,

southeast quarter of section 7, and of .. .... 20ap.U4apArl: .. .... ) I.v. . .... 11Oai,5220putI30p. it rumps. ArilrJiiokHonvllle8.4Up.m.rinrlnniitl :
southof ....... : .. .... 171npLvf -.lleland. ? ( Ar . . 1141am :2MpmKuterprise / P
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, lot 4 of section 8, in township 88, ,. .. .. t2 2K I' . ... 12 ::MI' .... .... .. . .... ..., . . .sslaain tSlepun AIK| Florida. United, I.imve ..Tuckonvllle7IHIii. -
range 41 east, containing 150 acres. .. .,.. 2411'.2 "s1'' .. ......, .. ./Nteen . .. '' '' . .... SI lalll I4apm3411p JI II x 0 O 4 :' I. ,". Holld Ventllinla'lTaln. Time
Key West Florida. This tract has a largo frontage on the .. .. .. ,...84up ..... .... .. ..Mime... .. . . . .. 8441aiii124opnt ti u u' ) a little, ..vllrl: lioim, to (Cliiulnnatl via Miioon
two miles from the railroad ..... 34/11' .. ... 30&1\1'\ ... ... .1.aOr"nlte. ..... . .. .I. . ... lIltlalll f211 11 n1t850p + Atlanta, CliattnnooKn.. Conneiitii for NnHhvllIt
St. Lucie River, .. . / .... ,.. f3W'I'Ar/ ...... ...TITtrHVI1.I.K. .. ... ... L' ... ,403aaof$19811ptn: 'H' I J W ">< v; 11'; l.niilnvHIii, Clili'iiurci' and all north meal
Will practice in the United States crossing. Price $15\ per acre. .. .t82:1p.: . 8/1:11'/: ... .., .1..11.' ...... .. . ...... .711I1aIll1l41..11 'UlDIIIA nit'.t.! ? ArrlvuJiickriiinvlllo 8Joa.Dl.:
and State Courts. .... .... 8117I' . ... 3671' ... . .... lI..r..nto........ ... . . .... IIII/Ialll 111Jam411p. : / ,r.p I -
OjunOS No. 5. Lot 4 of section 32, township .... .. .... ... .111' ., .. ....Mt.U..ra...... . .. '" . . /a4s.amllflaurt42np :::; "yew M I
37, south range 41 east, containing 77al'l'es. .... .. ..... .. t420pAr..Tavares.: ... .. .. ,.......... 4 /aslaurte00anl9sp : I ? llollv ,flprlnicii move Ilonte.Jiii'kninvilla' IIt.I.OIIIII joe Kansas City vluMIMIOII ,
.os.w"r. a" Cliliiauo : ) p. m.
of ... .. 215a 111I1.Ar. ... .. .Hanfml..Lv.220alll. 10Malll t'lllI.1II' '
This tract has a quarter a umu AtliinMl! lllrniliiKliaiiif Holly Spring,
B. L. WILLS .... 313 1' 816a :l071..Altalll""te S yringe. .... .. 118atn IIIIIIam titiit !
DR. mile front on the St. Lucle River at .... 8281' 832a' 92np: .... . .Wlllteriark.\ .... ...,.. Io2am.. 101l/lalll 14Mlpm8t5p /: MmniihlH, SprlnKflnld. KanHiiH City, Ht. I.iiiln, t'lili'air'i, Hliinx, City Thronpth Hleepfir' without.
Stuart Station. Price $35 per aero.No. .... .. : 44 a 2Mp.: . ... ...rllmdo.. . .. 1r1ll11..11: OMalll 124111'01 luiiiKO to KaniiiwClty, and St.: L..i, and, only onu tihuiiKU' to lliluitKO' .and Sioux, City; Arrive
.... .. 40:11': 4l1la: 8Dip.. ... ... ..Klsxumm e. . .. .... 1rIJ.lalll: I/lUIalll 121111'11I J..kJlllllvlllo. 9oIIIa.lII.:
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON, 6. A tract of twenty-ono acres, .. ... .101411. "7205lap Ar... . ... .hartnw . .. ..I.v 91Np0n) 7411am IIMOaert10 / 0'40.1'' M.-L....iii fur T..llnl""olln.llllt.'IIIIIIlInto. (imlntii. Arrive JiirknoiivlllB, 3:4(1: r>. III.TIII. .
at Ewanton .. .... 4U I' 81 I 1,1111401' Ar..Pnnta (k0rda..... ....I.v ... . ..... 71111alll ::! .. M.-V"r 'r''I.a' ".\llllItetn.llllnto In.eave. I riiilinun 1 I ,,"are. ArrlvIIJ'IC'k""vllloO.aoa.lII.I.'or ) .
TITUSVILLE FLORIDA. fronting on Biscayne Bay, . .. a 811ps8ma "EllspAr..Tmnpa.) ... .. .. .Lv 8311alll 100alllll1ll1a... Miicon. Atlanta, two Trnlim llHlly.,. JiickHonvlllo, : t I aa a. in. ..11.17 .(Ml p. Dt.
Heights, one mile south of Cocoanut .... 9321' 829a! 8201.! . .Tampa JI..y lI"tel. ,.. B10piii 0ylp0t: 11/01Bill .'1'lhna"III.'I'er..n' all Night Tralns.r .
Grove. Price $5,000.: This price may ..... .. liMa 8/11IIIAr./ .. .. ... 'onTaml'a. .. ..1v .731pm 810alll. .
OFFICK:-Hutchinson Avenue, near will .... ... Mon an,1 Thuro/ 9/ Sap Lv. ..... .. .1>ortTRmpa..... .. .. .... 'I'hllrs.RII.1 stun. r-" send for Kent Indexed Township Map of Florida to
the Indian River hotel. seem high, but if you try to buy any .,.. .. Tiles 'It FrlrJay. BCitAr..KavWest( .... . I.v 93).putWedandat.) A. O. MACDONELL
land[ fronting on Biscayne Bay, In good .... ... Wed and lIat. 80IaA6 . .....Havana ... J.v 1:1: :WI1m Wel., Ollel H..t.. N. S. rKNNINOTOX, ,
location, you will get your eyes openedas Trafllo Manager. General Passenger Ag't.
ASrI WALL to prices asked In that section. This Dally. t Dally except 8unolay.
JOHN tract is the only desirable parcel we Train 23. leavingJacksonville, elRlly at 1I:3: a. m., arrives at lIawth"rllo at 1140: OalllcAVlllo12.3l1. .- .- '
have left fronting on Biscayne Bay. Ocalal :: I. 1..8burlt ::1':11I.': Jlro..k.vllie 8,011 p. m.
The asked $5,000 will yield us a Trains ::1:1 and 7R carry thr""lh!; 1'lIl1l11an IIl1tr..t KIt"'JlIII!! cars h"t.wp"n New York and 1'tTampe..
Trams 12" and, 123-TroeBh VeHtllJIIle and cl"r l"twllolI.u'kHllllvllh' and I
fair profit, and we are satisfied that Trains 21 and 3"J. through I'ullmau .Ioo\llng\ care between JICkKllllvllIl'llIn.1 'fllml.a. HIGH GRADE FERTILIZERS !
nothing similar can be had at a much
W. n. COFFIN O. U. A'KY.1JLY, .
'EAU GALLIE, ,. FLORIDA. higher price. This tract will no doubt General Superlntelldellt. General' l'a..K..III/:8r/: Ajtollt.
sold within few weeks.
be _____m_ ___ __ ___ __ _._.__ MANUFACTURED BY -
No. 7. An Improved place of 7 acres

DR. M. D. L. DODSON, close to the depot and post office at Mal MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

abar. Large house with upper and lower Chapman & Sudlow

DENTIST veranda, costing; 1110000. 7 rooms; In ,
Florida New York
beautiful river frontla.wn.
Specialist In Operative, Surgical and etc. Most all the land Is cleared; 100 Philadelphia and Boston. South Jacksonville Florida.

Mechanical Dentistry. large; seedling trees, 7,000 pineapples.This .
will make a nice home for anybody. gulling from Vernancllna. Flu., and llmiiswlnk, <<...

i WEST PALM BBACI: -' FLORIDA. Good neighborhood. Price only $1250.00.No. PASSENGER 8KKVICK.!: For Oranges, Vegetables and Pineapples.

8. We offer tract known as "As- Steamer train leaves Jnrkwinvllle (Union Iti-pot), "ALL
F.W.. CRAVEN, pinwall," containing about 100! acres, In RAIL," F. C. .tit f. R. It., on Thursday only 41:1111";: in. Arrive I
section 14, township 27 south, range 37 steamer.llriinswlek. 10 u. m. .'.....ollgor. going at once on Imard _:) Special Attention Given to Private Formulas. (:-'

DENTIST, east. Beautiful, large; front, on peninsular Through car without transfer, Jai'ksonvllli, to llriinswlek Dealers In all kinds nf Iliiw Mutrrlitl, ,inch Pit Snip. Potash, Kalnit, CottonSeed
at mouth of Banana River. One of Nods etc. etc.
of most prominent points and prettiestcoves (Done ground and,| Mtennivd In the factory In three, different grist..
E. R. -M.il.. Standard Time. Lv. Ilrunswlrk
Office the river. Splendid site for Lv. New York Pier 21 m ( )
east side Hutchinson avenue, near on deep water Friday, Ttoo.2O .. ..... .............. .. .COLORADO? ...........,. ... ....Frldnyleo.27 rr Send fur I'mnplilets and I'rlccH.
winter residences. Very Fd.lay,1S'o.27: ...................... ....RIO OllAN UE. .......... ..... ... Friday"' ,Jan. 8 -- -- -------- .--- -
Indian River Hotel. close to shore. The best bargain ever Friday Jan. 8. .............. .. .......,. COLORAIxt ........ ..... ....... ... ... Friday. J"... III) --- --
offered Price e,1,2.,>0.0Il, or about t17. O Friday Jan. 10........ ... ..... ........RIO OIIANHK! !:. ... .... .... .,..... Friday, Jan.' 17
held at two Friday Jan. 17.. .. ......... ..... ...... .. .COLORADO; ...... .. ... .... .. . .. Friday Jan. 24
F. II. HOUGHTON per acre. Was $10,000 years For general Information, steamer, Cr"ln..1.ratotl. etn.. apply to any r,"llr..nd agent/: or to BOAT WORKS
DR. ago. H. H.RAVMON1, l/entLr..rnan.llna./; Fla. CHAH. UA ViVo,., Agent 220 W. Hay Mt.Jacksonville FLORIDA *
The above descriptions will H. H. RAYMOND, lleneral Southern ARont.II"III".U'k. (la.C. .
NOTE:- several H. JlfA.LUJRY'Uttnerai Agent, Pier 20, .,;. lUvor and out Broadway, N. Y. ,
DENTIST enable customers to locate the
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properties closely by'examining ------. --. ----.-
very West Palm Beach Florida.
of the J. St. A. & I. R. R'y com- ,
Atlantic Block, Daytona; Fla. one pany' railroad, map, but we' will be I o =: .41. s e I.1 "'C7 :hI.I: cSc CO.DEALKUA V! >no

pleased to send special maps on a large I 'cod- .
scale, on application, to parties who INFine O ea

ALEX ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS k SON, mean business and Intend to buy, If they "OO"jJLe" : pond,. L1.Q.uor BQ ,

can find such bargain as they want. y
RODBIXS & GRAHAM Co., SOT, 800 all W. Slay St., tr :; :


Will continue to practice In the courtsof
the Seventh Judicial Circuit.' AtDualnems Rye and Bourbon Whiskies from (1.75 -
j'vn in 8.1.50I'er' gallon. cII: := .
before the United States and b llrandle* from '1.76 to 13.75 per gallon. cod ='
y Y. A : 2a
Circuit Courts will receive the tgr 1 o rfT Wa make Specialty of North Carolina i
personal attention of Mr. Alex St. E-o a cn Mountain Daw Corn Wtlukey, three ..
Clalr-Abrams. year old. tJM: per gallon. C rnan >- c:::=

;; Jag*-I gal., 2ScM, :2 gat., aoet, 3 pJ.( ,' PURE ::: "g
7.9':3 50ru.
\ Kegs-5 gal., '1.10 gJ., 1.261 MbbU .- C'-2 c=::a

John B Stetson University t.Cn. Q '1.110. ::: I =
o : I'artlet living In Dry Towne will do
': ; well to order trim as, ae w. can save ; = a c:":) E3
DeLand, Florida. iI-: I 3 them to per cent on all or.len.rr WHISKEV -.
I : Always send money with onlern.- ::z-
:;! Q8."Joo. ". will not open new account unlm, ==>> C _-
For both 8 XM. College Normal School Ro suitable' Jacksonville ",reference ('Iveiu <
Academy Art School! and Conservatory of Iff No Hoo*sent C. O. D. to Dry To...... 11 .
Mimic.. An Institution of Unit rank. Faculty of e ...!.. ::3me. i
T taachen. Beren elegant building H I I .
neatad by cuanu lighted by .l....anel"'. Hot ;:: -- Boats hauled out and Repaired at tho lower
and cold water II&tl>ll. ThoronKhly equipped ]eI.
.. ] attention to orders.
Kymna {nm. D0nartmant of Par>leal. Culture:: ., flgureH. Prompt 'given
with Military Drill for yonn nan. IJb kinds of boats.
:i : Estimates given on
.. Flog = ,
ItJr1luf Reading room, with all
c 5 12? 55 and dally and weekly. .:: CQP Celebrated
papen.noroaHbly 0' :; JOB PRINTING Neatly and.Promptly Executed -Agent for the
equipped chemical and physical 0 :0"o: =
bora.r*". (Want* building for Miulo and -I.;; .. '
Art ScbnoU' wltt artUUi' of _taI>ll8hed repnta- :I WOLVERINE ENGINE for the East Coast of Florida.
>ion in = 8..;
Charge "Baoond term open IMc inlicr .

2T.matloa 111II4., Bend for ca&aIosfJ1Ylnlr full infor-, 3s.4t t '5a; at the "Advocate" Office. A. T. ROSE.

"OlD'r, FORBES, President. r

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t 'ril"t II 1'j,'j:k' '" INDULK {RIVER ADVOCATE, JANDAJRY 31, 1896.

--f INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE. +- product known as saccharin, although which to place poles or laths on which a county would, I.think, find it to their --
its sweetness exceeds that to hang the tobacco to dry. A sharp Interest to store their crops In their It Will Take You only
i hollow spear that will fit a lath, made county town for assortment and sale, se-

:A WBBKI.VOUKMAL: DEVOTED TO TUB DBVELOPM1T of the best honey about thirty sharp enough to pierce through the curing or building a house for this pur I to read I
Or TUB IXDIAM: RIVER, LAKE times, a single drop being sufficient stalk, should be used. The stalk pierced pose. An expert should be employedwho three minutes

WORTH AMD MMOAVKK DAY tICTIOH: .. to impart a sweetish, pungent and slipped on the lath or small pole will carefully re-sweat, assort and
flavor to a pailfull of water. and repeated until the pole is full not bale the tobacco in the same way as the this ad., and it will
allowing the leaves to touch each other, Cubans do. It 'would be better to take DL.--

Office: Washington Avenue, TitusvtlleladUn and then put in place on the frames, is the tobacco wen: expert to be sweated of :
River Florida. IT Is quite amusing to sit and the cheapest easiest and most expedit- just after It I* stripped and assorted pay you at the rate :,

j watch the tourists at the ious way of hanging tobacco in the than to wait until It has passed throughthe
many. bnrrm. It, however, may be tied by barn sweat. Wrappers binders and a Dollar aMinute: i
FRIDAY.CHAS. big hotels along the East Coast strings to a. pole, or with a knife a slit fillers should be packed and sweated to
during the winter season, and to may be cut In the stalk and one end of themselves. la this way the crop would iI

listen to their merry chatter and tbe small pole or lath may be sharpened realize more money, ample repaying the
1 the and pushed through, but these methods cost of expert. On this lime much could I
H.. WAtrcm. Editor &: IToiirletor.MSMBBR among are both costly and tedious. Care should be said.
and hearted ladies.
Jovial lIgbt be taken to economize'all the space possible -

OF i| "For a good, everyday, household and the number of stalks to each ARRIVAL OF TUB NE IO.
angel give me" woman who lathe or pole is to be settled by the distance

THE FLORIDA-A.FrH.IATU PRESS: WITH ASSOCIATION:TUB laughs," said a New Yorker to an to rest.of frames A shed apart 30 by on(10 which feet and they from are A Short Account! of Their Trip The Surprise Store

ADVOCATE,representative, at Hotel 10 to 14 feet high; in sufficiently roomy Front Keiuiebeck to Tltus- :
r National Editorial ociation.: Ormond,ilaet: ,8IJnd ,3t. Her biscuit I to cure five or six acres of tobacco.! Persons ,

{ may not always--be Just right, and who desire to build fancy barns can vllle, Fla. A I
awhoorlrtlon.t : do so keeping In view the of
I she burn her necessity
may occasionally ventilation The above fine sail and naphtha
Twelve montbit, $1.60 both above and below.TO .
t 1.00 bread and forget to replace the dislocated yacht, owned by Capt. Ernest M. Good-
t. SI* buttons on* .her husband'sclothes PREPARE LAND FOR CULTIVATION. all, president of the Sanford Mills, Sanford St. Augustine Florid
'.\ Three The farmer should begin early. The Me., and member of the Portland ,
solid comfort all
Single copy, i .8Btrtctty ; but for first
l of January Is late enough to pre- Yacht Club, arrived In Titusville on
: itaftftwtnoe. day and every,day-ehe is a para- pare land for a tobacco crop. If weedy Tuesday morning.( She Is a trimlooking -

,i. ,- gon. 'Home is not a battlefield, and grassy a two-horse plow should be craft; Is 40-ft. long; beam, 14-ft.;
ii.' life' used to turn under. If before breakingup draws 22 Inches of water spreads li>0
; The above r_ Induce tile payment; or.-i nor one long, .unending row, a. two-horse harrow Is of I is fitted with '
cut-away run square yards canvas; Is the fate of prices to Buffer :
E aKe. Bubucrlptfcnis! ,.eaD commence any tl_ but the'trick of always seeing the both ways over the field it will be of very two 7-horse power Daimler motors. The IT amputation with the coming of the

I I 1" J during the year.IMtKiontlnuiHte' bright side-or, if the matter has great advantage. After breaking up, a cabin is very snug, and is finished In New Year. ;

I I''. no bright side-of shining up the cutaway or a smoothing or sharp cypress; It has four roomy berths, and EVERYTIIING IN TIIE
.I ,. of ad".... mUHt be mite(personally dark one, >is a very important faculty tooth harrow or a heavy brush, should is elegantly fitted up with mohair plush
I at Mihi o Ioe .r l I"y writing. be used to level the ground. In this etc. Capt. Goodall expects to leave fora
which should
every woman condition the field should remain until cruise down Indian River to-morrow, Big StoreWith

"' A are not all born with sunshine done at least a month before transplant N. II., will join the company on boardthe a tinge of winter about it has.

INDIAN K1VCR ADVOCATE imour, hearts, but we.can cultivatea ing. If fertilizer is broadcasted harrowIt yacht. been greatly reduced in price and now .
in. If placed in drills with The is taken from theNemo'e
open six- following
FEOBIIMMCheck It is short of PicNic
Trrimvru.B cheerful sense of humor if we nothing a Bargain -
Inch shovel and distribute It .
evenly and log:
'I to shop here.
only' iry. then cover with two furrows. The Nemo sailed from Kennebeck;
When ready to transplant from seedbed for Indian Fla. December 3
t ,etc.,ray INI male payable to CnAIIUICHII. River on '
i r WALra11publieherandproprlotor,, level the drills with harrow running 105! at 10:45() a. m., and arrived at Fern- If You Can't .Come don't hesitate to s senl
TOBACCO CULTURE. up and down the rows, and then plant. andina Jan. 21. at 2:25: p. m. Having on .
: I, Harrowing at this time whether nure board at the time of sailing E. !M. Good- I ----

\ has been put In drills or broadcast kills all, owner; Capt. Hobbs Will Pitts and
Oi our second page will be :No doubt large numbers of our both weeds and graBs and destroys a N. H. Fogg.( The first stop was made at Your Orders
found 1 an interesting and reliable East Coast farmers will enter into great many seed! of each which have Portsmouth, N. II., distance even 23 right along.

l.I' article on Miami. Don't fail to! the culture of tobacco this year. geimlnated. Itows are laid of 4, 3} nnd miles; arrived at Gloucester Wednesday
: .t feet apart. I prefer the latter distance. distance 46 miles; left Gloucester Dec. 8,
read it.THE
\ : iii. I The insurrection in Cuba will undoubtedly Plants are placed in drill from one to and came to anchor in Plymouth, Mass, Nine cases out of ten you will get just a:
considerably lessen the two feet apart. I prefer from one foot distance 58} miles. Will Pitts left us

; amount at the credit of de- tobacco crop, and we think this is to fifteen inches if the soil is rich enough at Gloucester, and we engaged Capt.. good selection if here in and
"j I S'i poaitora in the English poatoHlceeavingH a golden opportunity for our farmers and It should be made sufficiently fertile.IN Robt. Smith, of Gloucester who had as person, ir

banks at the end of 1895, to take hold of this most Im- FERTILIZING: : been master Of a vessel 20 yearn to take :
his Every Case the
to Norfolk Va.
place to
,. I 11.. wa f*,<>31295,985, flays the Chicago portant industry. In our last issue care ilch.should The planter be taken should to make not be the land: rough( weather we remained in very Ply- very

r Tribune. According to this we devoted nearly two columns of omical here. From econ- mouth until the 17th. We left PlymouthIn
1,000 pounds to four
: statement things must be in a fairly space-excluding other matter in tons per acre should be used according tow of a tug to New York arriving BEST VALUES We have will be Sent

4, .. prosperous condition In England,' consequence-to tobacco culture, to the quality of the land and the qualityof there on the 18th after a very rough
passage. New York the 10th and
ns thin refers to the postoiQce de, and this'week the manure. If stable or cow manure ,
we give some more arrived at New N. J.
Brunswick via
from four to ten tons will not be You can Order with Full Confidence
r posits only. valuable information to growers, too much if the soil needs It. If commercial the Katie liver; distance run 40 miles. as:
1, commencing with the harvestingof fertilizer I Ions should be used Ice In canal; Cushing went through 2
I I. days before ruining both propellers. this is the LARGEST DRY GOODS STORE
the In a letter to the according to the grade.
THE Prefect of Police at St.- crop. Left New Brunswick the 20th, making a
I Petersburg Inn granted permission ADVOCATE, the lion H. L. Womb- TUB METHOD OF CtJMIVATION.? run to Kingston. Arrived at Bor en- in

'1) to a lady to ride a bicycle in that well, Commissioner of Agriculture, The tobacco plant grows off very town the 21st. Left Bordentown the the whole State of Florida.
!' : "I believe tobacco will do quickly, and the spread of its roots IH 2Jnl: and came to anchor nt Delaware
This is said bo the says
to first
well very lapld. The lateral roots run very City; distance 71 miles. Deo 24, run to
occasion on which such a privilege in many parts of your ounty. neAr the surface and the cultivation of Annapolis; distance 64 miles Left Annapolis

has been accorded. Before getting It has been grown in many places the plant should necessarily be shallow.A the 2.:.>th, coming to anchor in :Tw.: IE so:: ins ,

lpermleaion the lady had to satisfy throughout our state at a good Planet jr., cultivator or a wide sweep the Patufent river distance 45; miles.
i are good tools to use In land It Left Patufent river the
and have grassy 27th making a
the authorities that she could ride profit, we yet to learn
i it will be necessary to hoo once and pOHHilj- run to Norfolk, Va., distance 11;) miles. Proprietor of the Surprise Store
be the
why cannot
a bicycle with safety. grown on ly more. The plant must be protected Capt. Smith returned home from Norfolk ,
East Coast of Florida with the from /grass and weeds.In Andrew of Norfolk taking

1 same results. There is a brighter plowing It is better to throw the : his place. Left .Norfolk Jan. 2, and ST. AUGUSTINE, FL.1'

: ; THE telephone newspaper, which ray of light on the horizon for our dirt slightly to the plant and thus forma came to anchor at West Neck Creek, distance -
!' !I.I \ bus been in operation a few years Kos Coast farmers and 1 low bed in the row. Three or four 20 miles; left West Neck Creek on
: very successfully at Budapest, has we hope plowings and one hoeing in grassy landis the al'd. and came to anchor in Broad JAMES FAITCHARD, President; \V. B. BAHNETT.: Vice-President;
will take it.
they advantage of sufficient work
usually to
make crop Creek N. C., distance 32 miles; left W. M. BRowN Cashier.
w _I ; become almost indispensable to its and in new land loss. It may be only Broad Creek. the 4th, and came to anchor
l' 6,000 eubst-riberfl. Tile service hasa .IIAKVBSTINa for tho last to in Shoal
t necessary working I'UD. Long Bay distance 51}
main wire of HiS miles, which is Is very irvrguliir. From the time It be- very shallow a sweep through the miles; left Long Shoal Buy the 5th, and INDIAN RIVER STATE BANK

,!t l connected to private houses and gins until the crop Is gathered; it Is middle of furrow to kill\ young gra811.TOPI'JNG came to anchor at Swan Quarter distance -
\ I dally work. This work embraces the AND 47* miles; left Swan Quarter the ,,
I t various public resorta. Between period from the first ripening to the last. SUCKKULNG. Hth\ coming to anchor at Beaufort distance (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)'
.. 7:30: in the morning and 9:30 in Tobacco begins to ripen from six weeksto There is difference of opinion as to OSt miles; left Beaufort the 7th, .

the evening 28 editions are spoken two lIIoll'tlllaftor transplanted.) the time the plant should l be topped. and came to anchor in Bogen Inlet distance ,- Authorized capital, $1 oo.oce

\, into the transmitter ten with Tho bust way to harvest Is to cut the The Station Is experimenting on this 27} miles; left Bogen Inlet on the S Paid
I men point but has not decided it far up capital $25,00t
stalk when jilpo near the ground with n so by 8th, and came to anchor in Buen Inlet -' -'
I loud, clear voices acting as speak. sharp knife. In doing HO avoid cutting'' sufficient testing./ The generally prevailing distance 53 miles; left Bauen Inlet on / Average deposits $30OOOt
era in shifts of two. Tho news is oIl the suckers or Injuring/ them. This opinion is that when the the 10th and came to anchor nt Southport :: 'urn
should bu doao by bonding with the left forms its blossom buds they should be
: classified and given in accordance distance 51} miles; left Southpcitthe '
.111' hand and cutting from below The pinched oil. At this time the.plant has lltli. and Transacts
with that up. came to anchor In Little a General BankinjU
a regular programme, so leaves should, not lIe stripped from the formed from 12; to 16 and even more River Inlet{ distance run 35 knots left M
I any subscriber knows when to expect stalk. Care should be taken not to allow leaves. After topping sprouts begin!: to Little River Inlet on the 12th. and ;carne ; Drrninatin

', '. tun kind of Items 01 interest and: to get on the; loaves, as It very gen shoot out from stalk where the leaf joins to anchor in Winyah Bay distance run U kj 1U v 0 0.

to him Titusvillo is not prepared erally injures the tale. of the crop. If It. These should be pinched off and 00 miles. Left Winyah Bay the lath: ,
' 1 to follow this at present. the plant hits nut begun, to sucker when nut allowed to grow longer than two or and came to anchor at Yldels Landing Largest and Oldest! Bank on the Kit:!
.: cut lit\ !will 'very ,Boon do ,so. Three or three inches. As these sprouts grow distance 42 knots; left Vldels Landing
: 't' four suckers, if the plant Is healthy and very fast, sprouting should be very on the 15th, and came to anchor in
the soil should be allowed closely looked after. Care should be DIRECTORS-
good, to grow. Charleston S. C. left
A deal of discussion hast ; on tile '
i nooo taken not to pinch off the jAS.rRITOHARnW.B.BAKKETTPreBiilof ("
The second third and be-
cropsshould 10th, and came to anchor in the Dawlu the National Hank of Jackaonvllle), J'HIiUKKKB
.. I been going the rounds! of the newspapers be treated In the same way. The low the! bottom leaves and as the Lot river, distance run 271 miles left tile (Vlce-l'rewi !.;: of late with reference to fourth crop Is a aetnll one but the leaves tom leaves are not as a rule the beet, it Dawlu. river on the 17th, and;; came to TackHimville), W. 8. GRAHA-M and W. S I
I servo as a tiller.oir for smoking tobacco, may be well not to take oil the sprouts BROWN.
f" ;. I the brntality ,on bourd American anchor in Ballast Creek; left B. Creek ,
below the bottom CORRESPONDENTS.
and if leaven and which
Jt makes excellent '
gathered "
t. mailing ships, And the courageous fertilizer. The stalks .should all be come out above the two first, is where, the 18th and came to anchor in Adams Seaboard National Hank of New York and
Creek, distance run <6;5 miles left Adams National Bank of Jackiocrille. 80
,: exposure of this ill-treatment of saved for this,purpose>> and are valuable the second, third fourth and even later Creek on the 19th, and came; to anchor 'I".rUSVILLE9
sailors! and lads-recently made by with which to mUlOi: fruit trees. It will crops are gathered. In Bear River distance run 13 knots FL 1.

""I tbe Coast .'-Seamen's Journal, of very greatly .increase the third and PKKPAJtINO TUB CROP FOR MARKET. left Bear River the 20th and got fast;
San ran'3iaco-haa been taken fourth "' rop If outturn aeod meal Is work The leaves are ready to strip from the about 8 miles les creek dis
: up ed around tile plant after the second stalk whoa the stems Lance 48 knots. Started FLORIDA
are }
sufficiently dry again the 21st., EAST COAST
the who RAILWAY
by Liverpoolpapers,, state cutting or even tile first. The great so as to show no sap when pinched. and came to anchor at Fernandina, dis t./
;{, r: on good au'tbority, that brutality trouble with laexpeulancad growers is to Before stripping however the leaves tance :34, knots; came to anchor In Sisters
;. ; is so frequent' and -so flagrant on determine when the tobacco Is ripe. should be moist enough so that they creek on the 22nd; left Sister creek
i, board American ,deep-water ships Experience, however, soon settles this will not CMumble or break In handling. the 24th and run to Jacksonville; left Land Departznent.If
matter and It Is not .difficult to learn. .
If the weather Is dry the tobacco becomes Jacksonville same day and
came to
that it U nothing short.of nation anchor
The novice
ought .not to be deterred
rI very dry but by giving it venti at Mayport; left Mayport tbe 25th you wish to purchase land
for Stock ranch General
al disgrace demanding a national from planting because o/he want of this lotion at night by opening doors and and came to anchor at St. Augustine Farming, Fruit Growing

1 t remedy. Until the officers are knowledge. Color of leave. doe not windows, or during a rain the conditioncan left St. Augustine on the 20th sad came; Trucking, or a Business or Residence lot, anywhere between St. Augustine
i compelled by the United. States prove the beat rule to determine the be obtained for handling. A northor to anchor In Matanza Inlet; left Matan-
and Miami
ripeness of the plant although when the call on or address the
a northwest wind dries tobacco very tae Inlet the 27th and came to anchor undersigned.
,i government to behave themselves, leaves begin>> to lighten la.o lor or spottedIt
rapidly. When they blow shut the la New Smyrna left New
:' 1- American boys And men will not Is a good sign. A bettor rwVe. Is that barn. up 7:55 p. m. same day; and came Smyrna to anchor at USpecial terms to actual aettlers.

I hip as sailors. In one cue it is when the leave are doubled and pressed In the and bottom in
; assorting, top leaves Mosquito Lagoon 1:65: a. m. on the JAS. E.
between the INGRAHAM
SIi i'' ,atated that an American merehant- linger, they will snap. and those which are ragged should be 28th; left Mosquito Lagoon at 5:50: a. m. Land Commissioner,
t; f THE put to themselves and tied up In bundles and came to anchor in Titusville
eh! ID had to apply !to aliritishjinan- CUBING SSKO O* sansX at ST. ATTrtTTST'T-WIT' 'TTT.A.
_. .......
ranging In number from twenty-five 8:13 a. m.Total -- -- --
,}}A of-war to quell mutiny which had may or may not be a costly building la to
fifty according to ize. These run to Titusville
our climate. For those who are beginners are the 1.$:>>8" knots.
been provoked by the 111-treatuoent it la not necessary to build a fillers. The better leaves should be assorted Actual time run 257 hours

of the sailors on board. barn especially for the purpose If thereIs according to size and tied in Naphtha consumed by power and ASPHALT
bundles hands front twenty to cooking 525 gallons at cost x ROOF PAINTS/
1 a gin house on the promises or a log thirty a of $68.25. x
house that can be usad. I have MAO the each. These are for wrapper. In stripping Some parts of the trip were anything
ON their westward treks tobacco the leaves should not be but pleasant, the weather
: .or exploration very best quality of tobacco cured In a. being very
trips, the Boers of the] log house, the joists of which were not smoothed out by the band, but put Into rough. Capt. Goodall says he doe not Ground In Pure
.ix feet above the door. A common bundle just a* they arson the stalk. want to return over that course again Red '/ Agents Wanted.
Traaivaal said avail them
are to Brown
shed will the It Is the habit of some to make throegrrieswrappers but will house his yacht on Indian River hlOhll andBlack.
wagon serve to begin
1 elves of the sagacity of their pet with, if closed on the aides purpose by rough- binders and fillers. for the summer, and take the train home and es t i I Write for Samples

baboons in order to distinguish ,4ge boards. The tobacco crop of the Binder are those where the leaves are after finishing his cruise along the East Grade I
edible Station is cured the In part free from hole Coast. i Prices,
from injurious vegetable in upper part of a I f
The different grades should Asphaltum. i
products ; and the instincts of the wagon persons. and will tool doubtless home.begin A great the cultivation many- mixed in packing but kept to never them-be Palm Beach to N 88AU. Catalogue Etc.

lower animals and insects could of tobacco salve In packing Into boxes or bales FGR:
by planting from
often be utilized In the same way. half to five acres. In their interest one-the the tip should lap each other aad careshould The steamship Northumberland of the .A.tt'r'Ett'r: : : <3-
1" f A New above U written. For those betaken to pack firmly sad even Florida East Coast Line, Cameron mas TIN
I k gentleman from York, who who are determined IRON. and SHINGLE
ly. The ends of the ter arrived this morning from ROOFS
to make It their business and package Factory Farm and Rail
t't P I : the ADVOCATE a call recently Beach ,
gave who wish to build barns not touch the box sides, for ventilation at 8 o'clock having sailed from ,
informed us that mice, with all cheaply with rough lumber.they can so i I. needed here to some extent to prevent that place at 4:3(1( o'clock yesterday af road Buildings Freight Cars Bridges Fences and

:' their fondness for sweetmeats, refuse The potato to be observed are, ventilation moulding. When boxed keep on a beard ternoon. She brought< 28 passenger, Including ,
to meddle with so-called Jel when seeded, and the shutting It floor and under no circumstances allow. most of those who had gone Iron Work of Kind.
the box over on her for the excursion. every
or package to remain tW.
off. TheN should be door at each end on
.;, lies which a chemical analysis of the bam large enough to drive a ground or 111 close proximity to kerosene We understand that the trip across Building Papers, Tarred Felts 2
might to consist of diluted was accomplished !I. 3-ply ReadY
prove commercial fertilizer excellent time Asphalt
or obnoxious the Roofing
wagon; through. There 1* no necessity and .U kinds of
I bone-glue, glucose and artificial for a wooden floor, but the sill ought to scent. The boxes should be a* light a. ship arriving at her destination at day.
1 flavoring extracts. Take another be laid on brick or rock In our climateto possible and uniform In 11&e. but the light on Thursday mornUg Unfortunately S3oofl.ia.gr: S-vappiies
I dry boxes there was a heavy surf t/
I and the between good of merchants serve an on which PROM
that rotting -
.l case, of bees. They prefer ; space excellent prevented a landing
being effected
purpose.aULSINO until
the The
sill and the ground closed
cane to b but yesterday The Armitage
sugar etroot sugar, : morning. steamer had a Manuf'g Co.
with plank. Frames from the top to THE CHOP. ,
decline even to touob tbo cbemfoal tho bottom fine D .**age back to 3'"M a.-Xttuau Manufacturer of Asphaltum, Coal Tar
should be built Inside on I mean by bulking that the farmer of Guardian, JaD. 13. 3200 to 3300 WilllaDlllbllJ'g Ave. 011sf etc.,

r Richmond Va.


Awarded several weeks with Mr. F. White, have A Few Words in Favor of I>ny- most of his time. Mr, Gladwln has lost

' Honors-World'* Fair. returned north. Capt. Merrill, of the interest in Tltusvllle. to a certain extent G. G. SPRINGER
j ICbcst same party, has !gone to West Palm tons.DArrOSA ; he is at Miami, waiting for the

-DR.: Beach for a few days, Intending to return town lots to be put on the market, and

to this place and enjoy more of the hunt- FLA., Jan. 27, 'DC. thinks of Dturtlng an Ice factory down
Ing and fishing this section affords. there. Ed Brady has become Interestedin Manufacturer Retailer and Shipper Of
Editor Adrwntei a store at West Palm Beach andspnnds ,

[Send the ADVOCATE an order for You will remember meeting us at Ti- a good deal of his time there,
, 1ICE job any tusville on the 12th, at the Indian River keeping things In good running order;
printing need.
you ] besides he has to make to Jacksonville
hotel, and again on the East Coast Line trips ICE ANDDlst11led
train going north from Palm Bench on \ and sometimes to Atlanta, to
the 21st. You kindly advised us to stopat buy goods.: Mr. Hall finds that his .

CREAM White City. Daytona, and we took your advice, health demands considerable out-door I
and do not regret it, for we find Mine exercise, so he has been down near Fort
llosr Desplauti, of the Palmetto Hotel, Pierce hunting for sometime, and at the i
8UPEBB HUNTING AT WHITE: C1TV. and his very pleasant and busy wife, same time killing another bird with the if

BAKING Mr. C. M. Rooks, of Chicago! an ardent very effective .in making their comfortable same shot by looking up insurance busi f
and successful sportsman Is enjoyingour attending In an efficient manner to ness. So you see, with these men away I
Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers.
fine hunting. While on a recent their every want-especially looking so much It is difficult to get them all In ,

expedition Mr. Rooks captured a fine after the needs of the inner man. We town at once-hence no quorum. These
POWDER alligator, which he will have mountedand have found the forty or more guests, gentlemen have their private Interests to FACTORIES...... !

sent home. On the same excursion from ten different states, to be very look alter, and the business of the town Cocoa and West Palm Beach.
PERFECT MADE. he secured a rare specimen of the silver pleasant.In will have to wait. They could not IMS

MOST tipped fox, and bagged quail and small enjoying the beauties of this delightful expected to sacrifice their own .
of Tartar Powder. Fret Willie ---- ----- ------ -- ------- --- -
[pure Gripe Cream game innumerable. Several deer were place, we find Daytona to be Interests for that of the public. :
m i Ammonia, Alum or any other adulterant sighted, but our local Nimrod, Mr. Jacob much ahead of our expectations, In the "Well, father, it does seem to me that Smith
40 YEARS THE STANDARD. Beck, failed to bring one down. This drives around the place as well as those they could manage somehow to get a J. S. Jr. <& Co. I

is so unusual for him since he rarely on the beach-In that respect it is tar I quorum. Why don't the mayor take ,

j M MMMMMMMMMMMMMMWMVSM HMMMM* misses a deer when armed with his trusty ahead of any other place we have visited! some action and declare their otllces DEALERS IN' !
rifle. Sportsmen who want the best of In Florida. Besides, the beautiful Halifax vacant If they won't attend the meet-

Banyan. shooting, are invited to visit White City. with its broad, smooth surface of Ings? Father : "Well, he might be
mils In width the lover of able to do something, but I suppose he
nearly a gives
Young Tallahassee a Seminole Indian
} feels dlxcouraged. You see, a great deal !
well the fisherman all he
In town yachting as as BRICK
was Wednesday with three deer *
of his own time Is taken with his
The dance at the residence of Mr. and which he killed within a few miles of can desire, and the gunner the fruit of up own
last their labors In of fish and private interests; and besides, If ho
Ira. J. T. Snell, Friday evening, wasjell here. a variety
attended and enjoyed by all. game. Then again the beach affords, could get the aldermen together, Mr. ,
beside the drive of miles, the best cycling Anthony, the town clerk, U absent. He
W. J. Nesbitt, we understand, has accepted down' Lime, Cement Plaster Hair Etc. Etc.
Caps Palm Beach. and bathing, and here Is where you a temporary position :
the lowest bidder on the Eau Uallle at Lake Worth, and If the aldermenwere
| will find number of
quite a cyclists. At AUKNTS ron : Will always give lowest prices
Id steamboat mall contract. very
Canaveral to meet they would not be able to
the Palmetto alone have fifteen.
we do much without clerk the clerk Isnn ROME IlItlCK CO., Rome, Oa.COLLINS and prompt shipments.
well In this W. Gordon Brown has not as beento We had the Editorial Convention a -
looking vicinity, yet stay
Crops BRICK CO., Atlanta, (Ia. Give orders' and
official the aldermen look to 1Y"llr wo -
Palm Beach. lie is at this and all the vehicles important ; guarT1IE
lid beans and tomatoes continue to be kept busy over at place, CAROLINA BROWN STONE CO. antee satisfaction.
ipped to the northern markets. Hobo Sound, but hopes to get off later that were to be found were put into use him to prepare reports showing how"
in the season. to drive them around; while all hands, matters stand, and keep them posted. OFFICE: WAREHOUSE:
I need a good cycle track from the the out to Willie : "Did the people know when
We 138
Miss Hall has become efficient In even ploanlnnies, were give Bay Street. McConlhe Block.
Lotus to the south end of quite they elected these men that they would
trth end of them a welcome. With the "bikes, ...
the art of swimming. Mrs. Scott her Telephone "" Telephone 2":'.
Island. A public hall would also be wagons and those on foot there was a be unable, on account of private interests -
[great improvement to the convenience sister, Is learning rapidly, as are several crowd of at least 1,5M( The citizens to attend to their official duties ? JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA.
others, among whom Is Miss Cotton, of Father : "No, don't they did I
suppose ;
f the community. put out their flags and red, white and ..
-- -- -
There --
Chicago. are splendid opportunities no one can anticipate a man's conduct in
blue iu abundance with the
I We have it rumored that that 1000!) offered at Palm Beach for this green palms
advance any more than can judge of
Learner is just a little off as to the loca-" accomplishment.Mr. Intermingled, making quite a dixplay.} you A Fertilizer for
The day will long be remembered in the severity of a Florida' winter in ad- Fruit. cf
that stone court- "
of magnificent
E. F. Carpenter, who has the news this place.I vance. Willie : "Well, what do they
]Use; also as to who will occupy thate do with the that Is collected, for
stand in the Palm Beach Inn, now occu- forgot to say that Silver Beach, money

room in the equipped 1000.Canaveral..for the assessor'sce pies Mr. Sterry's old private office, ad- across the river, has some fine homeR, taxes bother!? Father with: "I wish you would, .... .... ......... .. .___ "He Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer"
year joining the main offico of the hotel. and we were shown four places by ono not nio so mnnY'l'leHtlolllt ----
Here is where all newspapers are sold, of the They have not collected any taxes; the
guests.Very books were burned last December :Pried25.Oo: Per Ton.
among which is the ADVOCATE, com truly yours, up : .
called the of the THOU. H. Puioit. and the assessor has only just now hattime
monly "pink paper aUAHANTKKI) ANALYSIS
to make a new having been :........
East Coast. so busy with his ) copy( ess. Now, Moisture.... . . . ... ,8 to 10 Per font.

I The recent heavy rains have Injurede The young lady visitors at Palm Beach, Off for Nnssnu.! get your mother to put you to bed. I Ammonia , ,\)ij\t to 0 "

bean crop on low land hero. who are expert wheel women, are Miss want to have a chance to road the Anvo- PhoHplmrti Acid, .. . ,i'il to 0 "
IE. of O'Neil, of Pittsburg; Miss Burnham, of Drummer arrived cAnt and (HOC who hail died been born
J. Burns made his first shipment The schooner in ,
Potash Actual .. "
( ) ,41(| to 8 "
111. the Misses of
g-plants last week. Champlaign, ; Coming, Titusvlllo from Daytona: yesterday, en married: or eloped since last week ; and
C'leaveland, and several others. Theyare route to Green Turtle Cay, Nassau and besides, it makes your brain too oxrltod, Made exclusively from Bright! Cotton Seed heal, Nitrate of Soda\ lllood, Bono,
I Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Hood left here last to be seen quite frequently riding the islands, in command of Capt. W. A. to discus these weighty matter, and I Dissolved rhosplmtc, Fliio tround'1'ubaeen: Stems, (and Sulphate of Potnxh.S .
niosday for a short cruise, stopping at around the wide walks of the Royal Schleppy. On board wore Dr. P. K. nm afraid you will have the nlghtmaio. :#- VVilto for dlH'ttlons for using and fuither parllculais; nUo ask for

Itusville and Melbourne. Poinciana and the Inn. Bennett, of Cleveland, 0.; Mr. and Mm. ." copy of "Keonoinleal Koillli/.lng for Kinlt." Wo carry large/, tuck of all Fertlll
I TilE 11111.OHOrilKK. /.or Material'' Cot ton Scud. Muni, Tobacco DiiBt, 1'otasli, etc lVm Ito for be
)[eRsrs. Scheller and Voider, of Rldg.iy Gary Adams has joined the Brooklyn :N. G. Van Sant and Mrs. James Hauling : prices
| 111., are making a short stay with colony at Palm Beach. He Is accom. of Sterling, Ill. ; Mrs. J. B. Kinney, fore buying. Wo seek the growers trade direct. '"

boir former townsman, R. M. Benham. panted by his father. Mr. Adams is one of Chicago; Mr. John Harrison, of Koyn- Two 3Icn Drowned. WILSON & 'TOOMER ,
of the most who oldsberg, O. Dr. Bennett gave the
Two farmers who here fro'mHnols popular young men :
( are
ADVOCATE office a pleasant: ere leaving. The Fertilizer House of Florida
that they sold their wheat winter hero. lIe says that Alfred Corn- I
\ fifty cents and corn at eighteen cents ache will be here soon with the Brokaw While\ coming In through the suit at Jacksonville Fla.Fred'k. .
br bushel-some difference between party, Including C. V. Brokaw and Mrs. ANNALS OP TITUSV1LLK. Palm Beach: at 8! o'clock Monday night" ,
hat and what have to Brokaw, W. G. Brokaw and wife, and from tho tugboat Martha' Helen, which
price we pay.
Clifford Brokaw. was lying at anchor outside the reef the

I The supply vessel, Armerla, was here Little Willie to his father: "How Is It yawl uuMot and Richard: Walker and
pro weeks ago, making her annual visit Col. L. C. Robinson left on Thursdayfor Tltusvllle has such a tough name ? and. Christie Mnnjer, colored, were drowned. S. Morsex -x-.I
pr the purpose of leaving oil for the New Orleans, where he will be joinedby what makes people say It is a bad place?" Wm. 'r. Wtmthorford, pilot, and Tit co. .
('hthouse. The first mate reported Mrs Robinson, who is now In Cincin Philosophical father: "You make a min Woods, very narrowly' escaped denth,

i.it: when in Jacksonville, a schooner nati. They will attend the Mardi Gras take, my son, in supposing that the TI- says the Citizen correspondent. A huge :
unloading festivities, and in the spring return to has bad the boat. They hung /11tn '
om some foreign port was tusville of to-day a reputation.True wave upset REA.Isd ES'J: A 'J'E:
Cincinnati. Mr. Robinson will certainly .. .
angeR, and they were being packed it was a pretty tough place yearsago thecratta while, but wore soon compelled ,
lid shipped from there as "Florida spend next season at Lake Worth, where ; but; all that has changed. Our people to BWin.! The accident: occurred
he says fishing is far better than anyplace about foot from the end of the
blessed fifty pier.
renges. are now ; they are enjoying MI11MI ::Dado Oo., I'IaOFiID:: .
in the world. "
the beneficent rule of an exceptionally/ The current was strong to the south and
Mr. Fred A. F.
Faulkner, representing The Maddock party: Including Mr. competent-In fact, model-city govern the survivors drifted down the bench,
loung & Co., New York, was here last AGENT FOR LANDS OF
reached the shore Iu weakened _
leek and visited all truck and Mrs. Henry Maddock and Sydney ment. Willie: "Well, why did Guv. a _
l our llrni.growers Itlas Maddock, who are at I.akeVol'th; L. C. Mitchell order Mr. Hamboig and Mr. oondlt Ion. Before going/ down, Manner
liciting his first consignments visit to this to section that and he Robinson, of Cincinnati, and W. B. Mad- Garner moved to the Orlando jail for told the others that he could now standup Florida: East Coast Railway Company,

Vas surprised to find such a ,tract of dock and Thos. C. Maddock, of England, safe keeping If the beneficent think but the others could give him no as Florid East Const Canal & Tiaimpoitallon Company,
that Is the word use-town sistance. Walker evidently wont endssoon
have returned to Palm Beach from their you "ovel'Dment
fertile land Boston & Florida Atlantic Count
and thinks that with good Laud
a Company
amboat trip to Key West In the Uemlrickson is competent to preserve order :? after the boat upset, as he was not

ould on the river this section steamer Gladys. While on Biscayne Father: "The governor Is a great and seen after the accident. Woatlierford _..n___ __. __ .____ _. __ ____ _
settle up very fast. Bay they killed a panther, the two good man, but he lives hundreds of miles and the colored man wero tako'i to Captain

young of which were found. One of away, and does not know matters have ROHH' olllco, where they remained I'
I -The ADVOCATE don't cost you three the cubs died, and the other one Is now changed. The governor's estimate: of dining/ the evening./ {Searching; / parties STEVENS BROS. &: CO LI.-

pots per week, postago included, when hero, where it is attracting great deal Tltiisvtllo needs revision. You see ho wore organized/ : but they had found no
ken by the yea.r.Coronado. of attention. visited Tltusville a dozen years ago, and trace of the bodies of the missing:; mason ,
It is rumored-merely rumored-that ho up to a Kilo hour.

Remember, the ADVOCATE, Titus- Indulged In a game of poker whilo hero, .STEVENS POTTERY': GA
Beach. which ended in a free fight. It U also -.-; ,
ville, does all kinds of job printing. Giveus A Cant.
rumored that the emerged from
governor /
share of work.
a your ] the occasion minus his pocket book, and MANUFACTURERS OF -

| Mrs. Austin has gone to Ponce Park with an appearance which was suggestive Owing to a difference between myself

i spend a few days with Mrs Hasty. Fort Pierce.Rev. of his having come In contact with a and the owner of the ADVOCATE as to Well Curbing and Flue Lining, Sewer Pipe and Drain Tile, Stone Ware, all I

I ave Mr.been Bokay spending and family some, of time Orange in City their, threshing wild cat. machine First impressions or struggle are always with a editorial the policy writer of a, paper I have, decided especially to of resign the Shapes, and Flower Pots; Fire Brick and Locomotive Tile, Prepared Fire Clay and

Gove held service here last Sun- lasting, my son and Henry L. to this my position as editor of the same.
ttage at Coronado. day, to a large congregation.Mr. day thinks our town is the same place It Not owning the paper I cannot control Sand, Terracotta Stove pipe and Tops Tops and Border Tile..

J A party of young people from Coron- was when he knew it a dozen years ago. this ,In line of announcement
J. S. Bell's new residence is near- my upon J3T Save your money by buying close! at Home, and from clever men.
tlo attended the minstrel show in 'New ;, The report of the County Commissioners taking hold when I promised to "uphold
myrna last Friday night, and report aVy ing completion. which has been sent to Gov. Mitchell the I should it and strike ._ ,
an toe -
right T ------- --- -- --- - -------------
Jolly time. Mr. T. C. Bass Is having a nice little will give him an up-to-date Idea of the error and dishonesty no matter where THE
erected the west side of his He Is fair-minded man, and -
j Mrs. cottage on place. seen or by whom Indulged.( Not being
Sharp, mother of Miss Nell Sharp, store. This looks suspicious; in fact, will regret he has done us an injustice" beyond touch of my conscience, still be-
[ho has charge of Coronado's hotel, baa You Should Bay a Yost Writing Machine : c.-
(turned to Washington with herdaugh- sounds that way, by the reports we hear. Willie: "Well, I thought it queer that lieving right is might and a fearlesscourse
the moved the men, and I am
governor the foundation of a paper'sstrength
tr who attender Hill has dancing
came to Jacksonville to Miss Sadie opened a
| brother John's funeral. school In L. Carleton's hall. We wish glad It was because he was not posted. 1 cannot remain editor of any It has no Ribbon or Shift Key. ,
Council ordered all the rubbish
The Town paper and cease to follow the principles
has anilPermanent
It Perfect
J Dr. Bishop and wife, of Maryland, her every success. cleared off the lots where the build- above enunciated.To I

live joined their daughters at Corono Dr. C. P. Platts made his usual visitto Ings were burned, but they must have those who have given me endorse- Alignment. r

|!< where they will remain until spring. White City yesterday. changed their minds, for I see nothing ment, kind words and other encourage-
Durability Strength
T e are glad to have a doctor with us, Summerlin made a flyIng has been done. I was going to be on ment I return sincere thanks and promise I
though we do not often need one. Mr. Clarence hand and watch them clearing up the that my course, as before I was edi- Ease of Operation, I
trip to Eden Monday. lots because the boys say there Is Iota be line with the
I Mr. tor, shall In principles
J. j. of Atlanta Convenience and
las been Springer, of The St. Lucie house seems to be doinga of money among the ashes, and I am then published. Very truly, Beauty
in the part very good business this season. going to try and find some when they HENRY: J. ANTHONY.' of Work, that Is found
state, stopped at the hotel here for start to clean the lots-If they ever
Hew days while en route to his home.r. County Superintendent Sams:! was do." up In no Other Typewriter.

S., who has been on both sides of down a few days ago, looking after the Father: "I have never heard that the The above card was received at this I

fie Pacific, says that In all his travels he interest of the schools. order has been revoked, but the people office on Friday last two hours after

las never seen .o fine a beach as ours. Mrs. Everett left for West Palm Beach who own the lots have not obeyed the going to press. We therefore ptfbllsh It :rr Send, for Catalogue to
le carried away a great many beautiful order. You see, the town government in this Issue.-Ed. ADVOCATE] ;
Wednesday nightMr. I
that he gathered while here, and formerly was such a burlesque that nobody ,
pomites to sing Coronado''. praises Walter Hawkins met with a very attention to Its ordi- I:
paid any lancral Southern Agftttm
fherewer he goes. painful accident nail., Tuesday. night, by nances, and they think the present government New Smyrna Livery; YOST WRITING MACHINE. Dealers In office and Typewriter Suppliesfor I

stepping on a Is no better; but they will find Machines.. Carbon paper, Ribbons, Letter Files, Typewriter paper, Impression
Roseland. The work on Main street is progressing out their ml.taJrei the present council Books. Write us for prices on what you need.
nicely, under management of Mr. mean business, and I hear the aldermenare FIELDER A; MOWER,
R. Carleton.Mr. becomlsg I Indignant at the people .*4}* Stable 4... No. 0 Wall Street, Kimball. Iloune. Atlanta, Ga
their mandate and they are ,
I ) not obeying ,
L. c. started .
Moore Wednesday
hurt badly -
Pierre Titus was very don'tcleaD -- -- ----- --- ------- --- -- -
getting mad, and ..ylf the people -- -- -
tornlng for Jacksonville, on a business this morning, by a piece of wood fallingon
the lots they will
up quick c. L. DOHNProprietor.Hacks : .
Ip.The his foot, near Jupiter, while firing on pull off their coats and roll np their JOB PRINTING I
I train carrying one of the section the engine. Immediately on his arrival sleeves and clean np the Iota themselves, AT THIS OFFICE.

uses on a flatcar, was delayed several here Dr. Platte was summoned, but Mr. and that will make the disobedient cltl-

ors at the draw bridge, the house be- Titus was unable to return on his regular semi ashamed of themselves." Willie: Meet All Trains __._____________.__._ _. .u
l( too broad to* go between the up- run to-night. "But, father, they made the order about

IshU of the draw. The vestibule train, with the news- a. month ago, and nobody took any notice Passengers and baggage transferred to

[Mr. Geo. A. Thorne and wife spent paper fraternity on board, pulled Into of it. Why don't the aldermen be all parts uf the city, and Coronado Pineapple Planters !
Jnday at Roseland, stopping at Ercll- the station this morning at 11 o'clock. gin and clean them themselves; they Beach. Call on me before perfecting
number of ourSeminole might as well do It first as last"Father "
met a large arrangements.
one Inn. They report a fine time Here they .
Indians. The editors made : "My son, the town government
Irtiag lulling on their the return Indian trip River from, and LakeTWa are quite a purchase of bitter-sweet oranges has good cause for Its action-or rather NEW SMYRNA, FLORIDA. 'TAKE: NOTICE:: : ] I I
member of
to (for sweet ones) of Tom Tiger. The Inaction-I should say. A
Chicago. usual April fool came prematurelr.thl.. the council cannot act alone; ther hold aD.od.-.a.. Ma.n: I have control of a Choice Lot of -
I Mr.Toten, of Jasper, Fla., Is making : But that's right, "Tommy you meetings and act In a. body, and must w
Prove, ents by having a l -ft. road don't year. meet editors every day. have a quorum." Willie: "Well, why In every section at once to sell staple Smooth # Cayenne # Pineapple # Suckers :
rubbed from the depot to his clearing don't they get a quorum ?" Father: goods dealers; no peddling; experience
Pthe Sebastian rlvor. He will clear "Easier said than done. That's what unnecessary; best side line. '1 .OO. orders. i iI t
FOR SALE by the 1O, 1,000.10,000 or 60,000. Special prices on large }
lore land awl Intends to.build In theSr they have been trying to do for some month. Salary and expenses or large
books will be open on them be to first-class plants and In good order. [
tax to name,
The town guarantee
who made. Address with 2 cent
Is commission
future. Mr. D. Cain has charge of time.' Yon see, Howell Titus, ,
f>clearing and road making. Tuesday next, the 4th of Feb., when the one of the leading spirits In promotingtown stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap Those contemplating planting can save money by calling on or corresponding '' i j

I )( marshal ,will be ready to receive all Improvements, has opened an omee and Manufacturing Company, Cincinnati with me before purchasing.
ra. Copperthlt and McCoy of Wash- GEO. H. WRIGHT Orlando Fla.INDIAN .
Tltnsvllle. at West Palm Beach, where he spends Ohio. ,
ton the town
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Dr. Jllles' Restorative Nervine. A. Huntsman's Story With the ...... of a

" (SiiocenHors to John Mo All later.) Dos Told Between LAD_ CARBO-DIGESTIYE $

PROPERTY NOW WORTH MILLIONS Mr. R. T. Caldwell la book-keeper In On the first morning out we struck feeders
heavy of
Artesian Well Contractors
t STAKED ON FOUR QUEENS. the First National Bank of Fulton Ky. for a point of) low timber that looked poi

I "I was completely run down My nerve promising. The dogs passed in well in COMPOUND. Potash exerts a marked i k
became BO nnatrane through lane of sleep
advance of Soon Den took on that. the
Bow Ntcollet Island at Minneapolis, Fused .. and worry' that I felt sure I would be com- ca. ence on quality and
i pelled to Eire up my position. I would lie solemn air and slow tread that with q'
Oat of Possession of Pierre BoUID_ awake all fight long, and 1* took but little tity of the fruit. Florida
him Jeannette
mean "get your goo. Remedy for 5 sc(,
1 His Connection With the Early History HODGES & GODFREY, luss familiar with this tort of work Positively the ,one of being largely: deficient in p pi

of Mlnne.ota.y quickly slid to the front and hesitated a the Treatment ash 'a heavy:
Manufacturers of of
There* recently died at his home in second only. The scent was new', but NERVOUS EXHAUSTION, fertilizer

t Red Lake Falls who thor the sense was native and inborn. She forms of containing not |t
a man was so Simple and Aggravated
i ongbly identified with the early history Yellow Pine Lumber straightened. called "Steady r-&superfluous than, 13% of '

noise however. She was DYSPEPSIA, AND
of Minnesota that to relate it without ,

mentioning his name would be like try. I ROUGH DRESSED down, steady, fast and true, with pa. PALPITATION OF THE HEART Actualshould Potash
tient Ben's head well drawn forward at
ing to make brlcka without straw. This Orange Box Heads, -

man was Pierre Bottineau, the offspring tie I,; Fruit Crate. her flank, her first grouse, well done.. food sour after eating ? Are
.Vegetable Does
,; of a French father and an Indian moth. The doctor flushed, but under such a your confused and exerted ? Do I be made. The k
Lumber delivered at of Indian Riveron you easily
er, and he possessed all the characteristic through bill of lading.any: part Anyone contemplat cover his ,shot was' not effective.On you get up In the morning tired and un- groves in the state will bt
III of both races. ing building on the Kant Coast,would, do well to we go,two more flush wild; we refreshed and with a bud taste in the
write for price.. The Sawmill Is situated on theJ. testimony to these facts.Our
separate and follow. Wilson and I to .
Mr. Bottinean native of what mouth P
was a .,T. Si K. W. Ry.,II miles south of I'alatka.
la now North Dakota having been born the left the doctor and George to the Is there a dull cloudy sensation, attended pamphlets are not advertising cll't1Il", ,
Satsuma IlightH, Putnam co.,Fla. in the lag special fertlU......,but are practical' .orlii,
L right, through an old oak woods by disagreeable feelings ,t<
t2 miles west of the place where Fargo, LJ up ing hunt.....a.b8., on the.ubject of rond,":..
a N. D., now stands. At the time of his whose entire foundation was heavy head and eyes PAre are wally helpful to farmers. They an KD,?.,'
: broken rocks and fallen timber. Another you irritable and restless ? the aiklng.
birth Lord Selkirk formed a colony of "lr W H GLEASON & GO and cause GERMAN KALI WORKS '
Does heart thump you k
fine Jeannette and the left bar- your
tiwedea: and Scotchmen near Fort Garry, point by to for breath after climbing a flight 93 Nai.au St.,Ntw'ym
rel brings to earth handsome fellow.
and when Bottineun 10 of
years age B.T. OALDWBLU ATTORNEYS IN :LAND> CASES. of stairs ?
these people began an exodus: for other While reloading up go two more; but, to lie on the left
distress .
I to.hake me up so that I could not possibly { Does it you The Largest and Most Co,
the Ben
I, points. Young as he was, Bottineau was attend to my business as) I should. In alas gun was open. comes nand side ? t.
uu experienced guide skilled in wood connection with this I bad liver trouble, TITLES TO SPANISH GRANTS EXAMINED finds my bird,' which Jeannette Have you Impaired memory, dimnes plete Establishment South,
heaviness about the stomach and In
and prairie craft, and more than.one of different arteofmZ body.: I "'M alioo pains mncb AND PERFECTED. could not locate.A of vision, depression of mind and gloomy

M Lord Selkirk's colonists he piloted out reduced In flesh. 1 was persuaded to try few yards farther and two more forebodings: GEO & HACKER & S0.A"

1 cf the wilderness. Dr. Miles' Restorative Nervine. ABSTRACTS FURNISHED AND RE- take to wing; again tbe left does the These symptoms mean that you are ,

In many of the early expeditions of I I first procured a trial bottle from a local work. My bird falls with a 'I broken suffering from Dyspepsia and Nervous

the United States Pierre druggist and good : I SURVEYS OBTAINED. wing. We go to find. The doctor ana Exhaustion. '
government then procured dollar' endbythetim other remedy extant that
bottle There is no
employed as guide and scout and I bad used this I different I I Ben have left us. We must search alone.
was a up was a man. Defective Homestead and Pre-Emption has done so much for this class of troubles '
f, was one of the principal members of thedoted am now on my third bottle and am able to Entries Corrected and Perfected. From rock to rock bounds Jeannette, asScott's !
ileep soundly and eat regularly, something
:Hibley expedition which croMued I could not possibly do before taking :your Claims adjusted before the Department seemingly coming no nearer to the bidden I

the He tvervfn I am now fully recovered, and do not at Washington. cripple. She takes a wider cast CarboDigestiveI
the plain jn days Was
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earl hesitate to pronounce' Dr. Miles' Restorative comes wus
down with the and
wind swings
well Bciiaainted "t every foot Nervine the grtatat nervine" on .." Correspondence solicited. "'"
I Wisconsin Fulton Ky. R.T.OALDWELL.Dr. up. With head high and every sense on '-J Compound
i; of the Dukotas, :Minnesota and EAU GALL1E FLA.
the alert
on comes straight as an
and at one time wan the owner of Mileo Nervine to sold on a positive has resisted the usual
guarantee that the flrst bottle will oeneflu arrow, until confronted by a high fiat If your cnse
vast tracts of valuable laud which he
All druggists sell It at$1,A bottle for$5. or Pineapple, Orange and Lemon rock, apparently too high for tbe leap ; methods of treatment we are particularly!;
pi subsequently lost in one way or an- It will be Bent, prepaid, on receipt of price anxious to have give this Compounda
but tearful of for instant what you ..........
other, JVIr Bottineau was a warm friend by the Dr. Mile Medical Co.. Klkhart. led Land For Sale, Cheap.I ? losing an trial.

of James J. Hill the railway magnate Dr. Miles' NervineTURF R..tml those delicate nostrils contain up she We guarantee relief in every case and
..."ee1t1J have for sale 80 acres of pineappleland goes, lands on the edge: starts to cross, refund should
having met him at St. Paul when that will cheerfully your money
place walt little more than a trading on St. Lucie river, a few miles be- hesitates stops ; the hanging tongue is our remedy fail to produce the most Manufacturers of
low Eden, 40 of which being northeast drawn in ; with it one side of the upper gratifying: results.
point and where :Mr. Bill was employed
TOPICS. quarter of northeast quarter of section lip. She gently raises that slender left Please remember that the appellation

H ns a freighter. 18, town-ship( 38, south of range 41 east; paw, lowers/! that knowing head Patent Medicine does not apply toSCOTT'S Doors, Sash, Blind
In 1841 Mr. Bottineau took up a Always on the level-a well shod the other 40 is the northeast quarterof all is
the tail and
straightens bushy CARBO-DIOESTIVE
a: claim on the spot where St. Paul now horse. southeast quarter of section 3,
still The motion in that dumb COMPOUND and
Moulding Building
stands, but after having held it for a township :38, south of range 41 east. only
The Coney Inland Jockey club quit animal! ] was the beating heart; the' It is a prescription put up by leading __ _
short time traded) it for a horse and cow, The above land can be bought for $10
$80,000 loner ou the season breathing eveq seemed hushed. physician who has made stomach and) Office and wareroomn, King, OIl) I'
which he drove away tQ him home in the per acre. It is suitable for pineapple,
little J. Malcolm Forbes 1s now a memberof lemon lime For 200 yards in any direction couldbe nervous troubles a specialty for years.
wilderness laud growing.Will
thinking that the orange, or Cannon Street,
the Massachusetts this small statue of mottled We court Investigation: earnestly
legislature. seen
he had almost given away would in a be sold In lots of 40 acres, for all physicians to write us for the

tai few years be the site of a great city. Several 1 trotters from Finland, north cash. This land will soon be worth $50/ marble on its immense brownstonebase urge formula of Scott's Carbo-Digestive Com Charleston S. C,
in this old woods where all
F Later on :Mr. Bottinean purchased for a Russia, have been brought to this coun per acre. was go pound which we will mail on applica-- ,
to C. II. Walton, ADVOCATE still It was a sight to gladden the that
small sum a large portion of what ia Apply ( tion, they may satisfy themselves of

now Minneapolis but lost the greater try.Buffalo Girl, 2:13: the old time vllle office; or to Robbins & Graham, Titus-.tf heart beautiful.of any true Ten sportsman.in To front me of itwaa Its harmless 'character and excellent Sash Weights, Cord i

portion of it through the dishonesty of pacing star, is now in foal to a son of paces virtues.
hef crouched the foot of tree well
at a ,
purchasers and the rest his.
through Robert McGregor. SCOTT'S CARBO-DIOESTIVE
weakness for poker, a which he Sir Vioto la the sixth Derby winner prepared hidden under a rock, we found my bird, COMPOUNDIs Hardware.
game The firHt foul sired Ormonde
by in the others ,a handsome cock only wing tipped.
Matthew Dawson ,
he understood which by ,
thought but other
the most remarkable remedy that
Cnliforiiia, a colt out of Getaway died
people understood bettor than he did. in Sun Francisco recently. being Lades In 1804, Melton In 1835/ The guide secured him, and we pushedon science has pioduced. It has succeeded Window and Fancy: CIA

There la a story which the elder residents Silvio in 1877, Kingcraft: In 1870 and until the noon hour, flushing some where all other medicines have failed.
English turfmen express gratificationat birds, but in too heavy cover for effective SPECIALTY.
of Minneapolis declare to be true Thormanby as tar back as 18110. Sold by druggists: : everywhere, #1.00
; that Bottiueuu was once the sole owner the news that Pierre Lorillard will shooting.Forest and Stream.: per bottle. Sent to any address lu

of Nicollet island, lying in the Missiaaippl race with them nest Heaoon.! Rheumatism Is caused by lactic acid In America on receipt of price. I

q river, which divides Minneapolisinto The Suburban winner Loantaka has the blond. Hood's Sarsaparllla neutral- A CURIOUS FRENCH CUSTOM.The Don't forget that we cheerfully refund

east and west :Minneapolis, and been leaned by T. J. Carson of Lexington : izes this acid and completely and per your money if results are not satisfac
naxfanel and Part In
the lie Plays Order direct if does
k which is now one of the most important Ky., and will do stud duty at the manently cures rheumatism. Bo sure Flnlstere Weddings. tory. your druggist In
not have it.Address .
business end residence districts in the old Dizluna stud farm. to get only Hood's.
a :Marriage customs in Finistere have all orders to
and valued at millions dol. General Torrence of
city many Chicago purchased remained the much
among peasants very
I lars, Bud that he lost it during a game the Oriole four-fu-haud conch team Hood's Pills cure nausea, sick headache what they were centuries ago, and their CONCORD CHEMICAL MFG. CO.

+ of poker. A party of men met one even from John A. Logan Jr., at the New i Indigestion, btllousnesHr Sold by old fashioned ceremoniousness is not Poor

ing at the home of one of them so the York horse show for $0,000.; all druggists. their least interesting peculiarity. The Topeka, Kas.

i stony goes, to play their accustomed Ellurd( 2:00: %, is the Inst fast horse Crowned heads address Breton peasant of today has an almost Or For Sale by

; 'am.. :The stakes kept growing larger which in reported as sold for export to "usually one religious respect for these notions of polite Fred S. Chaffee & Co., Titusville
I an.t.!Jurgef! until jack pot contained another as "cousin, but Queen Victoria,
every Europe. We hope ho will do the American manners which have come down to

a small fortune, even for that early dl Y. trotter credit on the other side. on account of her ago; Is almost Invariably him from his forefathers of the middle Gold 1 stick and scarfpins suggest all. Healthmeans

r Ever since the game hud begun Mr. One result of the blue laws is that the called "aunt" by the other sovereigns ages, who, an fur aa they dared, imitated sorts of sports An oar, for example, is

C. Uottineau had been losing steadily, but of Europe.WANTEDSeverna. the etiquette of their princes or near
New York running tracks will for the
used as a pin, and across the paddle Is a much thai:
which so more
last he dealt hand
at was a upon first time, make a chnrge for stall rent er feudal lords The basfnoel who, with
.. t ho hoped to regain nil his losses and win mlnature birch bark canoe or racing ana
during the coming winter and spring.! trustworthy/ ue- stately bows and old fashioned! phrases, you imagine-serious

something besides. He was given tour Dauntless, perhaps the lust son of men or ladies to travel In Florida for performs the delicate office of asking shell. fatal diseases result from

,i, queens put, and drawing one card secured Hnmbletouian now doing public stud established\ ,reliable house. Salary $780 for a girl in marriage ou behalf of the WANTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen
uu ace, leaving only four kings and Steady position. Enclose is trifling ailments neglected
Mtiflcutiue\ expenses. suitor really aoting the part of a or ladles to travel in Florida for
ia located at la. Although
duty, '
with which his hand could be beuteu. little reference and lIell-ndtll'clIsecl, matrimonial embn. sador. But the bosfanel's established, reliable house. Salary $130( Don't play with Nature's
the horso is 80
As be law-or thought he did, which hourly years stumped envelope. Tho Dominion functions do not end here. and expenses. Steady position. Enclose
old, he la im lively as a 3-year-old. third floor Omaha BuildIng greatest gift-health.
Company -
the of the
amounted to same thing-one When the bride has been undressedand reference and self-addressed,

players discard a king, he considered A gentleman who has rec.'ont1yeon! Chicago, 111. put to bed by her maids, all the stamped envelope. The Dominion Ityou areteell

1 it his hand invincible and played it ac the ex-quoen, Maud S, 9 ::08%, says that, wedding party reassemble in the Company, third floor, Omaha. Building out of .ort.,.....

cordingly. Ills opponent also considered she in certainly not with foul. As she All pain banished by Dr. Miles' 1'ulu( Fills.llewnre tial chamber, which is more often nup-than Chicago, 111. B and hassted.erveo generally

1 Ii Ins hand a good one aud promptly raised is now 31 years old, it is probable that not the kitchen and general room. Then roi1lm's' have no .ppO\lU wed\!
of Ointments for Catarrh end can't
every bet made by Bottineau. the will never produce a foul.-Horseinun. the basfanel steps forward and on be- Notice. begin .t onceulI

I Soon nil the players but Bottiurnn that Contain Mercury half of the whole company be addresses Ing lh.mOIl rol...

J and his opponent dropped their hands the final felicitations to the young cou la hereby given that we, Lewis w. I Iron medicine which'

and retired front the game, after which nlld..t.In NOTICE[ 1| and Mary J. tierce, husband and. Brown iron inten.
4 j Curious Items of Varls ple.This wife, residing In the county of Vale In the A few bGI
9 they sat and watched the conflict. Thei' the voluminous book which constitutes As mercury will surely destroy tho courtly personage is almost Invariably State of Florida Intend to upi>ly to the llonnr- ties CUre-beD"
lr I table with and the ebb,J. 1). rename, Judge, of the 7th Judicial from Ibt
was heaped I
money I a
tailor. His
of smell and completely derange the a habit of going
the budget of the city of Flirts sense (molt, of the State of Florida, to legalize' the Bitters : -
personal, belongings of the two men, for 1890 are the following curious items whole system when entering It throughthe from house to house in the exercise of adoption by lift (if Clara Amtcllio l'UrcelLJltn. J.lr'j.OleIN' :

who were wishing they had moro to of t For winding the clocks mucous BUI'faces. Such articles his calling-tbe rural tailor seldom lath, 1800. 4W. '' .nd
. expenses up plca.ant to W'
their respective hands. At should never bo used except on prescriptions
wager upon work at home-enables him to become
i' of the city trail l. 000 francs ; for scrubbing
last all the m.eq; posswsod! Jay ontho I from reputable physicians, as the the best informed man concerning the Notice of
the eucuustio tiles iu the city hall Attachment.In .
damage they will do Is ten fold to the Cures
1 table in front of them, and it was Dottineau'a i francs for furnishing birth and private affairs of all the families in his
7,000 ; good; you can possibly derive from them.
bet. Carefully looking over death registers, COO franca; for children Hall's Catarrh, Cure, manufactured by district. lie is a great favorite of the the County Court of the State of Dyspepsia, Kidney and Live!

f\1 his card, he thought a moment and employed in extracting numbers from F. J. Cheney A Co., Toledo, O.,*contains women, because he is to them an unfailing Florida, in and for Brevard County: Neuralgia Troubles,
then remarked that all he hud left was
J wheel iu drawings of municipal loans, no mercury, and is taken internally, fountain of local gossip and Clemens Leasing, 1 Constipation, Bad Blood
: Nicollet island which was once the 400 trance for breakfast of clerks at noting directly upon the blood and mucous scandal Their liking for him causes the Plaintiff,
; L Malaria !
t,'' 1,1 borne of Father Heunepin, one of the surfaces of tho system. In buying men to despise him, but they neverthe- VS. r Attachment. Nervous ailmenUWomen's
\\I. ,I I these drawings, 800 francs; for gifts to Emanuel Jose, I
earliest settlers of Minnesota hill log ]Hall's catarrh Cure be the complaints.Get .
of the municipal playhouses, sure you get less have recourse to his services as an Defendant. J
i cabin stood little mound janitors hie. It l III taken Internally and U only the croMed nj
having upon a genu intermediary whenever the need arises TO Emanuel Jose, defendant. In above entitled genuine-It h.
1 in the center of the island up to a tow 040 francs and; purchase for food to of dogs cartridges.cure of 000 revolvers made In Toledo, Ohio, by F. J. Cheney Such Is the basfanel a name more suggestive suit,and all other persons Interested t .lIlat.lines on.the On wrapper.receipt of All two others"ac.stsmpt aeab'

p ,I years ago when it was pulled down to & CM. Testimonials to the Breton of) ridicule than YOU are hereby notified that a Writ of At- will send set of T.. Beautiful WofM'Fair
of'human bones ban been Issued
francs; for carriage J3 Sold by druggists, price 73c. per against yon and View and book-free.
make for the residence of Colonel
King. room found la digging, '7,300: franca ; for botUo. respect.-Temple Bar. mAne rro5l Clemens" 'Lowing attached, amounting to aatisfy to the eighty-de- BROWN CHEMICAL co. BALTIMORE II a

'4'' commemorative plates, >9,000> franca ; one dollars and foity-Bve cents Now, unless
This island Bottineau was willing to for numbering houses, 10,710 franca ; Have you seen it ? Seen what ? Why Winter jacketing are shown in handsome you shall appear before the court In said cult
bet against $300. The bet was called by the W'altol1ltapld Calking Machine. If and plead or demur to the declaration filed
colors of
moss plum color
for feeding aquatic animals and destroying green herein at the Clerk's office In Tltusvllle said
i the man on the opposite side of the table animals in you own.a sail or row boat, don't fall to of a rich crimson shade or in bluish imntv and, state on the Role Day In February!,
noxious public -
promenades nave hand. It is labor A.O. 111I01, being the 3rd said. Ornr Profit PIinlStap
and Bottineau laid down his four one on great; day of month, a cI.
I with smile of his 44,900 franca.-Journal des De- saver, and Is patented In the United dyes, silver blue, deep Neapolitan blue, unit will\ be entered against you In due conne ;
a triumph on
queens and
peacock blue Russian! green, friars' application will be made to the court for
face. With about his opponent laid bat States, Great Britain, Canada, etc. A final judgment' and your property will be sold' it
and beautiful shades of
will be sold gray many to tnedebt'l
few of the state rights at a
l on the table face four kings and a )
'" up reasonable figure. Apply to J. O. Walton )- brown. til this with day of October. A. D. 1898.
tray. There wa a dead silence for a III the )rliiiiliig| Tllumvllle. Fla.Master's. Turquoise blue and the new geranium A. A. STEWART Get our Great Catalogue snd
moment. Then Bottinean called for C.T.: ""l.%(' rty. Clerk County" era Quid. We'll tend itJ fet
the colors
writing materials made out a deed to Of a new year, when the winter season Sale. pink collar are bands light belts and touches most of used coloron for Robbing A U'y.: Orahnm for I'lalntlff., faeii[ ,i cents in stamps to pay part ? !

the island and left the place. Since of clone confinement Is only half gone, novl-feW o* exprosuge. The Boori

that day he never touched a card or many find that their health begins to light gowns, with lace waists, and 900 Pages, jaooo Illustration, f
\\>KR and by virtu* of a'docn* of fnre- "
hats which ain
on evening are larger than
break down that the least U descriptions, everything
countenanced gambling in any form. exposure cltwur and sale l Issued out of the Circuit *
After drifting around the country for threatens sickness It U then as well ns Court for llrsvanl county,on the 16th da/ they were hut year and do not spread golintlflo AMrieu life;tells you what you opay.
of January, A 1> lane, In a cause therein depemllog f- in such Agowyfor&lsij of us *
': Bottinean Red Lake at all other times, and with people in out an exaggerated manner. whether you buy
time to .
a came l wherein Mary K. tierce *t. al are complainants "
Falls, where he took a claim and !good health" that tho following; facts anil K.Cans Alton, Sarah M. Allen t*. One profit from maker to user.
up should be remembered, namely: that A.. Allen Mary C. Mnnson ....1 IC.. Oliver are
i where he remained up .to the time of hoods Saroaparllla\ lend everything In ilafandiuits, 1 will sail at public outcry In frontof MONTGOMERY WARD & <
bit at the of 84 He the court house door l at Tltusvllle., during the Origi.Mor. Metlw
death el the Mall Order
age yean.
medicine that It
1 the of : accomplishes -
way ; legal, hours of sale I on the first Monday In March, ChillsAND
1 ; gradually acquired other property and the greatest cure In the world; A U fast, being the 2ml day of the month, to the HIM 16 Michigan Ave., C

.7'.. 1i left bin heirs a valuable estate. With has the largest: ; sale In the world, and highest and bent bidder for cash, the following I .

the death of Pierre Bottineau passes requires tho largest building In the Uaotof deecrtbd land real twenty-four and personal(3 property<1) rods ,wide tivwtt from; A / .

away the last of the old time Canadian world devoted exclusively to the preparation north to south and extending from the Indian Fever ... Otalll
of the proprietary medicine. River on the went to the Banana River on the RUSE
and guides inch an important R ,
voyagers east) the north line of which Is the north line
;"?r I! factor in the upbuilding of the north- Does not this conclusively pro'l'eI\ you of section 25. tnwnsblp,south rang an east; I'tw MVNlt tsa mission apt and IU tree BBOADWAV H-"","Ksw*""die tol"*
.: are Kick, that Hood' SanaparllU. tho also the north line of section 90, township 15, Old... puieasirW smita Tomx.
west. He was the father of 97 children, Cured to Stay Cured >trtem
ia south rt with all r11Ut.ILrtlEbta ..._
medicine for to take ? ranire east t together t.k t by JSa.Sjcuntii "befor"
I I'' only a few of whom survive him. The you and Improvements. Also the following Ewvepp.t ni._..... .....e. ewASSSTEEI

one beet known is J. B. Bottlueau, who personal property situated at Georgians Flor ByWintersmith's
ida ,.... A certain ic
T-VTalton'a Rapid Calking Machine, on above land "t locomotiveami auulkaar.laIt..cty
spends much of his time at Washington paseongvr car upon a railroad situated upon
r. 3.00, 10.00, and 13.00 each. In use said land, being the only locomotive and passenger Chill Tonic.
na the of the Turtle Mountain
by many of the principal boat-builders oar oa said road. wu.lot; Bplo..udly II iwt b0 ttawrlts'hS S+atw

Indians.-Chicago Times-Herald. la the North. See pamphlet and testimonial D. U OAUU>EX, "a't't Lwfa..._wt uitd ''W''klY.... ...... turwryrw. t
Sold alt MUYr'"
Jao3Wet. Special Master. by Druggist ---- HI Au.dwayIt.w loch CUr s s

I T i

1 Assessor's Notice. -

' --. ------ -- -- ----_____- __u__ __ ___ ___ ___ __ __ HOTEL MELBOURNE
I will be at the following places for ,
, of assessing taxes for the tf
the purpose
East Coast Hotel
year 18116: SystemC. MELBOURNE, Indian River, FLORIDA.

!Cocoa, Saturday, January 25 I Open all the year round Good FishIng -
illaulover, Monday, 27 I Hunting; and Yachting.; Rules, .
1Ia Grange, Wednesday, "" 20iTltusville B. KNOTT General Superintendent. J.80 and upwards.
Thursday, 30 Proprietress, Jhm. C. J. IlKcron.
City Point, Friday, 31 Ild "i R A i's1 t
Meriitt, Saturday, February 1 Ilp 1 tlf4, al II Alllll ll t na, Alcazar,
I Mieorglana, Monday, 3 I etas s A ST. AUOUST1XK.
$Eau Gallic, Tuesday II 4 JOH. I'. (iitKAVKN, Min.vgvr. PALMETTO HOTEL,,rte
Eielboiirn*, Wednesday, /5Malabar
Open November llrst to May llrst.tJ.OO .
Thursday, 0Mlcco : and upward day. Daytona I'loritlo.
Friday, 7 Casino Lending Hotel. ) jfl jflThe
ebastian, Tuesday, 11 Beautifully lituatod. -
.. It In humo-llko. TaMe excellent.
Steams, Thursday, 13 ST. AUGUSTINE. *". Modern conveniences. New
Fort Pierce, Friday, I. 14 A. 1T A Ylnlt, :Supcilutcnilout. nml sanitsryplumbing. ; j<\
Prompt polite Ice.
son i
Ankona, Monday, 17 Swimming Pool, Popular rates. Under of
Eden: Tuesday, 18 Kusslan and Turkish liaths. management!
'pruce Bluff, Friday, :21 Ponce De Leon, U* Founerlyof the Fountain City Hotel( ,
'ortDrum, Monday, .' 24 PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. ST. AUGUSTINE SoasonS'02): to '1)5.CITY) .
'anaveral, Friday, .. 28 HILI.IM.1IIuluuy' Managers. I
This being of great importance to the OPEN DURING TIlE WINTER SEASON. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,000. Open January to A pill.
axpayers of the county, I trust those $.">.00 and upward per day HOTELAND
who can possibly do so will meet me at HKNKY W. MKIUUI.I, Manager/ Cordova, .
hat time. Please remember the day I
nd date. Respectfully, --------------- I
-- ---------- -
Rooms only. Open during February: and March.
Assessor Brevard County. The Ormond,


Tax Collector's Notice.Tax .fr PHICK, Managers GEO. H. MATTHEWS, Prop'r.
Open December to April.

Collector E. W. Hall, of Sharpes, $4.00 and upward per day BALCOM BLOCK.

Fla", has opened his books for the payment Royal Poinciana DAYTONA FI.O III DA. l
of taxes for Bievard county, and PALM BEACH.H. 1
will be kept until the first of
hey open t W. MKHIIILI., Manager.
March at the above place. After that
date Collector Hall will remove the tax Open$5.00 allllupwl\l'll January to Apt'II.day. HO FOR BISCAYNE BAY !
ooks to Titusville, w)}re they will por
remain open until Tuesday, March 31st. Palm Beach Inn, GREAT O1JJKCTIVK POINT
With reference to the of i TIlE
payment poll '
FIIRD. STICKRV, Manager. IlottioHeokeix. Whenougct
axes, section 14, chapter 4,322, of the It i
Florida Open December to May ;'f there Stop at -- ..., i
: ,
jaws says
: $4.00 and upward day
A poll tax of one dollar shall be levied per
pon each male person over the age: ofwentyone Palm Beach Casino, The Lemon City Hotel
years, and under the age of ______ K.: WATHON, Snpeilntondpnt.Salt ;
such have lost ,
ty-flve years except as
: Water Swimming Pool,
limb in battle, which tax shall be paid At Lemon
Surf Bathing.; City, the toiminus of tho
nto the county school fund, and shall Hack Line
Fishing from Ocean Pier. on Hlseayne liny. Airy
collected when taxes
e on propertyre rooms, comfortable beds, good table,
collected. It shall be illegal; for a'' THE HOTEL ORMOND, -------------------- ---- -- ------- -- terms reasonable ,
ollector to give receipt for taxes
until any his poll tax is on OKMOND-OM-THK-IIUMFAX. NOI2iI PE:1'V.: c.---"'" S3r: bond Hulling and hunting In tho
ny paid,
Accommodation for 800 guosts. RateR, *5 per day and upwards. neighborhood.
nd the collector shall the first
on day
f t each month make out a statement Open from December until April 25th.: D. M. CONNOLLY, Prop.'

ivlng the names of the parties who ANDERSON & PRICE, Managers. New Hotel. Lemon City, Dmle Co., Fla.
ave paid their poll taxes, and present Rockledge
he same sworn to by said collector to
lIe County Commissioners at their reg-
lar meeting, and present the receipt of JACK ONVILln ONLY FIPEPCOorIiOTIL!!
Leland's Windsor Hotel
lIe county treasurer for the same. .......ON INDIAN RiVER....... OTEL GENEVA yjesa
pMt/Ti Una ctw"">'\ JT .
II COHrltTteMlee, :t. M'1 CgM1
O: .;Q C/r: THOUGHT. The Leading Hotel of Jacksonville Florida. :D eoclclca.ge: Flor1d.a.: ; ; / ''I'IPllOVEllfn"I.\I' ?") nt'GM
1 HUrt IVrllY HOgl\.CI.: 'l'f1Alt: I
In solitude, where we are least alone. IjHIjLMMtj'7tfT04U, 'UtfC'n r jv/iTCX/ :
Byron. II. E. BEMIS, M'KT. Moliorik Lalco, N. Y. : ,. aria!? F/""V.rf.>.
How fast we learn in a day of sor- i

ow.-H. Bonar. I A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. .. .......h...... of lintel O.n.vs t Elo-

A beggar's rags may cover as much comfort, and absolute cltmnllne
>ride as an alderman's gown.-Spur. Orange grove in full bearing! owned by the hotel Hunting and (lulling unsur gitnoe Moderate rates Special rates. to Florida -

eon. passed. Prices moderate. East Count Itosldciit.
The of hour before dinner
quarter an U- Send for illustrated circulais. H. P. SHARES
s the worst suitors can choose.-Zim-
I'roprlxU'r New Ilavnn, Conn.

Men ------- --- --- ---- -
are never so easily deceived as I --- -- -
hUe they are endeavoring to deceive I

thers.Rochefoucauld. Hotel Indian Rivere --a

The highest problem of any art ia to U rAl1ll1.:1t.:: .,
ease by appearance the illusion of a OP' new Snrana.rLA, ,

igher reality.Goethe.We "' 20 MILES DP BEACH FOR APLAY-CTO)I n!

-ur best our enjoy doing ourselves, and our only best in our doing workin 1* -x- The Leading Hotel at Rockledge Florida. Hmnlnl' r.'tl". at Cnr.nsdot 1Iode-

rate laUm, solid comfort, no ostentation,

Opinion of the X....... WARREN F. LELAND Proprietor. good fishing, good cooking/

We had a drama this week, but we
------------ --- -
ai also a comedy. Mme. Jodie'a de- Will Open Jan 15th.
rture for Berlin has note
i the tune of the hour.given She a made gay one r t HOTEL.: : :D"U" :NIL' : E.A.1VD -' ST. AUGUSTINE, FLORIDA.

>rget almost M. Jauros' oaths. Mme.
adio has been questioned by a German : OOTT.A.G-ES, It is situated In a Park of beautiful (flowers, Tropical plants and trues, and
rrespondent, and she has declared that fronting/ on tho Famous Indian Itlvor. 'rho Hotel Is supplied with all modern COLUMBIA HOTEL
16 would sing with pleasure to the S.A.E1.N'O: :Zzxca.lct.xx: : :River: I'loric1.it.: conveniences; passenger elevator, steam boat, electric lights, etc., and the table ,

erlinese in general and to the emperor Located the EAU riallle River, overlooking the Indian River and on the main lino of the will be kept up equal to that of any hotel in FlorldlA fine orchestra has. boen Centrally Located on St. George
i particular. There ifl nothing to say Florida Kant HIgh)",,"accommodation for ffiient; perfect lralnuKe. Irk And hell for the "
track for riding, driving and cycling,lawn tennis court,Bhm>tlnt range boats for rowing' and,,.Ii. engaged season. Street.
i but it is Mile. Nitonche'a judg- Inn,stabling for horses;l hot and cold sulphur bach,eta. Poet, telegraph and expreHH olllre In
ant on William II that ia worthy of the hotel which Is within eaiiy dlntance the Atlantic ocean, whore Hiirf hnthliiK may tin Indulged .. Overlooking; Old Fort Marlon anil, Park,
cord In. Rates t (2,SO to if 3 BO tier day. Fnrnlithed cottage, with every poHnlliln convenience RATES83.OO and a full view of the Ocean and
: containing 5 and T rooms,112.51and$15.00perweok. AdtlrvHai. C. T. V JUIJCK E. AlnnK'r. 63.5O and $.1.00 per day, according rolling breakers from the piazza
"He suits me, that sovereign. He has !Mnrno! Florida '
I to location of room. Special ratoR by tho
yle. He knows how to take the
n__ _.___
rench." week. W M TEAHEN Proprietor.
To take what from them? Villages ,

Paris Illustration. The Plaza Hotel3rtockled.ge

. Oas, Electric Dolls anti perfect systemof

otel Al fresco HOTEL BELLE VUEx Sanitary Sewerage.


Florida. Melbourne. : :Ei111orjCla. HOTEL
Ovorlooking tho FamotiH Indian River.
Indian River, FLORIDA.HN .
ON' :JN"JJA.N': : :: : : :RIV.LIR.NOuLQPEN.: -

) L. JENSEN Proprietor. -+ ORMOND-BY-THE-SEAi, +


EW HOUSE; Best Accommodations

> the East Coast. Hot and Cold Baths; Large Airy Rooms, Fine View of Indian River; SURF BATHING AND DRIVING Are

at-class table. In centre of the Every Modern Convenience. Specialties at Ormond.

Sailing, rowing, Fishing, Hunting,
moue Pineapple Region; close to the and 'Jr for Circular, address,
Riding Driving.
let. Fish and oysters In abundance.
S. H. [PECKProprietor.[ SEISER &: PINING, Managers,

erms : $3.00 Per Day,

and upwards. o. H. voss.

One Minute from Railway Depot; Near Postofflce, Churches
INL and Schools. # CARLETON

.. Rates : $2.50 to $3.00 Per Day, Terms by the Week or Month.

TITUSVILLE, Jacksonville, Florida.
First-rate Laundry In Connection with the Hotel. Terms ItcnsonaMe.

...Indianola is on lerritts Island...... Indian River. Ii ,-- -- --- -------.-, --,--.-- --- -

Pour Miles )North of Rockledge., FIn. ,:EJDEJN": How Opm for the S.n. Under New Management. *

o. II. .........Indian River Florida. Fort Pierce Hotel
voss # -
--ARGE _
Sunny rooms, all looking on ,
idlan River. Good home table. M1NAexa.A Open all the Tear --
re soft Near Indian River- Inlet
drinking water. Sailing, roW'dshlng -
,, Open All TIlt Year. Coolest and mot pleasantly located
and hunting. Will meet Cottage. hotel for the summer month. Thoroughly
ests at trains, at Cocoa, and transferem Expressly finished and] furnished forborne refitted and elegantly furnished.
to and from House free of charge. Quiet place among the pineapple comfort Modern convenience Elevator. All modem Improvements.
Only a few minutes' field, to spend. a few weeks Hunting/ KATES:-$2.50 to $3.60 per day.
|Rates : $1.5O per day. r. walk from Railway station Fishing and lioatlng. Have the conductor riSHIKO ANn IIUMTIIfO V Special by the week, and to Commercial:
and Steamboat land- of train let you off at TlbbalM. Guides furnished. Best table water In Men. '
_ $8.00 per week. Ings. Flag Station. Popular rated )by day, the State.fnutrTTr.aa. Only hotel that the electric car pass

Address : t ;I On the bank of the week or month. : Proprietor andManager to and from depot.
far-famed Indian River.'V.&J.J Cy Open February I. 1808.JAMES FHAXK M. TTLIH. I ..
,O. W. SCHUYLER, ANDREWS: Manager. i
Indianola, Fla. "': ]' w M8N8G1r _II T. Lock box 7i, Eden, Fla. Formerly of New Haven, Ct. ProprIetors.INDIAN .



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Consult .Tunics 3Iott, ter In town, wall one of'the most plena Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

lug and novel,) features of the evening, THE ROBBINjUGRAHAM CD 0 0Paid
\ Orlando for lemon and she received.1 quite an ovation, being
Nursery, orange,
compelled to respond) with another song; ,
and crape fruit tree, grape vines and
which was also rendered In.the same
Marshal Niel roses. language, and received the due appro- oValBakins Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
: ,
bation it deserved.Mr. .
r Orlando Fla." REAL ESTATE.We
Robt. Pentland, In his slelght-of LAW, LOANS, .
hand performance, was strictly "out of
; For Kent, sight" (at least, Mr. P. said, a $b gold 3
piece was when he got through with it]), have for sale a large list of carefu
and for an amateur his tricks were "ver '
Furnished and unfurnished houses on gude," as he was given no time in whichto BSOIUJTEw..y PUREMr. selected Indian River Properties.

3 neighborhood.Indian River; healthy Address,luc&tlon; good make any special preparation.This Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast I,

S OHO. AROKTmirOEIt, part of the programme being fin- Jas. Pomar, of the tinning:; firm -Editor W. A. Varly expects to pub- Co.
Hardeoville, Fla. Ished, oysters, coffee. etc., were partakenof of Pomar; Thomas, of thin place, who lish the first number of the St. August Canal and Transportation
: f by those present, while the band discoursed has been at Koseland for the past two or ine Society: News to-day. This is the CANAL LANDS.
r sweet music, to the delight 01 three weeks, doing the plumbing and ninth season of publication! of the above & West
For Sale or Rent.I the people. Florida Southern Hallway, Jacksonville Tampa Key Hallway: Con
tinning work In the Krcildoune Inn at paper. Editor Varty la bright young I
River Loan and
About 10:15 the hall cleared for Dlsston Company's. Indian Investment Co..
was Lands.
that wish him
returned to Wednesday and
I place, town on newspaper man, wo every Lands.
f All of block 27, THnsville Fla., known dancing, and for an hour and a hal success. and other! Low Priced
t ',' as the Harmon property, Just east of Ice those Interested "tripped the light fan Money: to XJOAXX .A.]." Vays c>n. Han(
I factory. This is a very large block of tUtlc," fully twenty couples taking part, At Ten cent, in turns to suit
while number of sat and watched Presbyterian WANTED:Several trustworthy gentlemen per
land, all fenced, having upon It a comfortable a people -
r house, greenhouse, windmill, the gay throng as they whirled about. or ladies to travel in Florida for Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.

.. : I; piping, a lot of shrubbery, and other Music| was supplied by the band. Next Sabbath evening the pastor of established, reliable house. Salary: $780 Titusville.-. Florida._ -;
I- "f improvements. Price, lOoO. Will rent Those who attended on this occasion the Presbyterian church will take his and expenses. Steady position. Enclose -
I ;. subject to sale, at $4.00 per month. were certainly given a full evening of hearers, in imagination, from Jaffa up to reference and self-addressed,
; Apply to A. C. Dittmar, owner, Fort enjoyment, and many strangers who Jerusalem. A great many Interesting stamped envelope. The Dominion
{1 i i I Pierce; or to Bobbin & Graham, his were present were loud in their praises points will be discussed-the fertility of' Company, third floor, Omaha Build Fred S. Chaffee HO.C
1 I'I' I' attorneys, Tltusvlllo, Fla. as to its complete success especially the soil, the monasteries, the cost of ing, Chicago, Ill.
: 'r; when It was remembered that It was onlyan traveling in that country, the orange .I
/ \
., I Impromptu affair. groves, etc. );
'I. I For Sale-At a Sacrifice. The bund( received its share of compliments The praise service introducing the FRED s. CHAFFEE TITUSYILLE FU
and the member of it are to be lecture pleases all. "Come thou with ,

I ;' j : We offer a, good-sized lot, in first-clans congratulated on having such an efficient us, and we will do theo good." Come Registered Pharmacist.
leader us Dr. Craven, who has brought promptly at seven.
location with a house upon It of fourteen them; to the high standard they have at- REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE. A Complete Assortment of
rooms, well adapted for a boarding
t I house, situated in North Titusvlllc. tained In so short a time. o ''

i I. The premises are in good condition, and the Valuable ladles during assistance the serving was rendered of refreshments by- Miss Quay Married. -** PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundris
cost the owner about $2,700.: <<) Ho must ,
I and the band desires to thank Washington, D. C., Jan. 20.-Miss Exchanging Property for Property a .
sell and authorizes us to offer the prop- Care and
filled with the Utmost Promptitude.
erty at $1,400.) This is a genuine bargain them; for it through the ADvoCATE'acolumna. !Mary A. Quay, tile eldest daughter of Specialty. Send Description of what 9 Prescriptions g gr

even during the present extremely appreciated.The. Thelr.help. was certainly highly Senator and Mrs. Matthew Stanley Quay, you have, and what you want. We give prompt and careful attention to-aUimn.il orders.
Inactive condition of real estate. was married at her father's home In thin
:'' :,. For further particulars apply to proceeds of the evening, which city to-night to Louis R. Davidson, of MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. :
V Kounitm & UIIAHAM, amounted to about $30: go to the band. leaver, Pa. It was a simple home wedding ... We want your trade. Give us a tri

Titusville, Fla." and only a limited number of Intimate C. CARROLL,

i: TIIK PACKWOOD MURDEUS friends and relatives witnessed the Real Estate Agent. Choice Line of Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfiw
a.: ceremony, which was performed by Dr. Toilet articles, BTndHes, Shoulder Braces, etc., O' o.etlcr.)
For Charter. lamlin,of the Church of the Covenant.

:' 'I The Accused Acquitted. Senator Quay gave his daughter's handIn

> r It; The sloop Yankee Doodle Capt. Oeo. : After hearing the witnesses for the do- maid marriage.of honor, Miss and the Carola bridegroom Quay was was THE INDIAN RIVER DRUG CO
I' Cook, Is for charter by the day, week or ense In the above noted case, the jury on attended Lieutenant
by A. O. C. Quay,
Is of the most
; month. The captain ono Wednesday came Into the Tavares court
r {I"" experienced men on Indian River; is and rendered the following, verdict : brother be of the bride.the senator's The honeymoonwill Florida Ooooci, F1c:>r:1da.:

; well acquainted:') with the best hunting "We, the jury, find the defendants, spent on
plantation, at St. Lucie, for which place: ESTABLISHED M'' 8 THE ROCKLEDGE PHARMACY
and fishing: grounds. Irving Jenkins, William Me Hue and
j Mr. and Mrs. Davidson left later in the JACKSONVILLE i FLA ,
'I AIMI'"II, CAPT. CEO COOK, Marion Clinton, not guilty. So say we evening. .They will reside In Beaver.
'. ti.I 'fltu vllle, Fla. all." Zl.OOlXLlOCl.BO: Fla.

. J Considerable emotion was evinced in --- ---- Under the sanre management. Thoroughly first-class Drug Stores. Full
: l" YACHTS FOR SALE.fi the crowded court room as the jury filed of Drugs, Patent Medicines, Novelties, Stationery, Perfumery, etc.
out, shaking! hands with the once condemned HAVANA AND KEY WEST CIGARS.
but now liberated men. This Protect Yourselves from Fire !
I fi; Sloop For Sale. Is the second trial of the Packwood HUYLER'S AND TENNEY'S CANDIES...
murder case, and has lasted two weeks. Fine Soda Fountain at Rockledge. We cater especially to
I;' For sale, sloop Irene, 40ft.xl5ft; On the first trial the defendants were -- THE TOURIST TRADEAnd :-:H
,i tonnge,18 :27-100; In first-class condi convicted, while on the second they go:
!t4: tion. New sails; houd-room In cabin; free. The case has cost Volusia county ROOfing Of all KindS, Steel, Iron, Metal Shingles, Felt, solicit orders from all points. Prescriptions filled carefully by
Best party or trade\ boat of her size on and the defendants thousands of dollars. Registered Pharmaci'
), the river. Price, 4400.00. Apply to With the acquittal of the accused there Ready Rock, etc.; Steel Brick and Corrugated Iron Siding; Corrugated and Send mail orders to Cocoa; no accounts run at Roc ledge.

E. C. II. Tymlall, Waveland, or Capt. III little hope of ever discovering who Stamped Steel Ceilings, Building Paper:etc. -
Peter Nelson, Tltusvlllo, Fla., where she murdered Miss Bruce, Mrs. Hatch,

.may be seen *tf rankle" Packwood and Bennie Hatch, THE KANSAS CITY METAL ROOFING & CORRUGATING CO., EZ.. :: RA17Y'.
, on the night of December 10, 1801. The ,
murders will take their place In the list 416 Delaware Skeet,
For Sale.
of unsolved criminal mysteries.A Groceries Grain Hay Garden Seed Fertilize

,i. 4 {! The Sloop Yacht Flora, 35-ft. long, Narrow Escape for Somebody.Six I call the Attention"of the People of Indian River to-my Stock of
1"(to bourn, 2-ft. draught.; In first-class
condition, mid used but one Cabin Staple S :1.+'LLlneyroeerie Fr
I year. ,
l' ) accommodations for S, with room for kegs of powder used for blasting EI>'UiT IA:Fit.I> S'rII..I1VG-... And Food ProductsOf
1'l, ward for 2, also water clonet Is fully at the bluff on the east of the Hotel
l found and furnished, except bedding. loyal Poinciana, Palm Beach, sent an Ooooet, Florida, All Kinds. Also My Stock of
I ; In full commission to sail with six hour immense stone weighing about a hun- Grain Bran Cotton Seed Mca!
'' notice. Owner having regained his (red pounds through/ the roof of the DEALER IN..,....... Hay, ,
f ;t', health, lias no further use for her. dynamo room at 4ui: ) ) o'clock lust Friday Ground Food and Wheat.
; Inquire of Juines Prltchard, or Capt. afternoon, says the citizen corres- Wood and Metallic I am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively in the above '
t 'I T Peter Nelson, '1'1 t nllV 1110, Fla., where xjmlont. Two smaller stones also en- Goods. I buy clone, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and M
t :yacht: can ba m-en. nrod the building. One of them came your patronage. Very truly

through the open window and struck Coffins and Gaskets ES. X :SRBDT
Fine Hehr. Yacht for Sale. J. B. Dill, the electrician, In the back. ; *
d The engineer, J. C. Byham, was standing I I1Ii!
near him, and was not Injured. The
Schooner, ttl foot over all, 14ft. beam, tone broke the circuit of one of the
with ballast Zlno and Copper lined, cloth covered, wood caskets. This department Is under DUREN & FEASTS
22: latch draught sailing :
machines.I Theotherwas blown through
, 12x14 and the management; of an experienced Funeral Director and Embalmer, using the
main cabin
two state-room ,
; the house. Dill\ was not seriously In-
most improved methods of embalming All orders by mall or wire receive prompt
lift. Sin head-room; patent W. C.; separate ured. The blast caused a panlo In the attention. EDWARD STILING,
room for crew and galley. Fine dynamo room. It also stopped the engines -
Cocoa Indian River Fin
comfortableyacht for cruising on Indian for a short time. The roof where GROCERIES OF ALL KINDS Francis H k
Leggett :
River. LIkeVolth or lllsoayne Bay the stono entered Is covered with tin.
Will sell cheap for cash. The accident occasioned but little delay,
Further particulars by writing to md the damage can soon be repaired. Fine Groceries.
i'' C. II. W., This was almost the last blast to be
AnvocATK office, made, as the hill Is leveled sufficiently **

1, Tltusville, }'la..-- to allow the completion of the concrete Fruits and Vegetables. Florida & Western Meats of all l'iij'
-------- walk between the two hotels.

COMBINATION KNTKIITAIN3JENT An Ostrich! Farm on Indian arr: Agents for Williams; Clark Fertilizer
;f1 vt ; i Warnell Crates For Beans. Co. Your orders solicited.

, Itiver. Warnell Crates For Tomatoes. Very Truly, Duran: sib Feastel'
, Warnell Crates For Strawberries.
Thirteen ostriches passed through hero Warnell Crates For Pineapples.
iI Jlvon by Craven's Indian River Band, Vednesdny, on their way to the winter
lin nt the Opera house, on Monday evening borne of Major Tiffin at Courtenay, Warnell Crates Are Accurate. LUMBER !
I last was certainly succesn, bong largely where two ostriches arrived previously Warnell Crates Are Neat and Strong.
attended both by our home people The ostriches were In charge of Joe Warnell Crates Are Standard.
l and visitors who wore In town at the tokes, colored, who Is In the employ ofMrs.
Crates Aro Made in Florida.
time; and, considering. the fact that It C. S.: Dooley, of Los Angela: Cal., Warnell ===== And House Mated
I Florida Building
l l was only gotten)on the clay presented, who Is the shipper of the birds. Mrs.\ Warnell Crates For Shipments.
; the programme was most creditable. Dooley has an ostrich farm In Los Warnell ('rates Have the Highest Reputation.

The evening's amusement commenced Angeles: and those are part of her stock Warnell Crates Once Used, Always U ed.Wal'nen Sash, Doors and Blinds Brick Lime Cement NailsBuilders'
",. with a pretty selection of music by Two of them are birds that wore brought Crates ARE SOLD BV ,
, 'fltu vlllo', ladles' ol'cl1estra-l\IestllUl1ell from Africa, and the others wore raised fact
Hardware.In complete stock of req
h t 7' Uuswell Colemnn, R. W. Rhodes and C. on her farm. G. F. PADD1SOX, EAU GALLIE, FLA.
Jt 1 Williams-who also rendered, in their The birds were sent from Los Angelesto G. F.. PADDIfeON", TITUSVILLE, FLA. In building a house. Estimates furnished.

.. usual excellent way, several other selections Atlanta, where they were on exhibition M. B. LYMAX, LANTANA, FLA. Agent for Warnell Crates on Indian River and Lake f i
I ; during the evening, which wore at the Cotton States and International -
enjoyed very much. exposition. Major Tiffin, to whom iXr Octagon Crates, Tomato carriers
Pineapple Crates
Following this came "The Coppersmith them at WM. CURRY'S :SONS, KEY WEST, FLA. i
the birds were shipped, saw Warehouses at Titusville, Eau Gallle and Jenseil
, d March," a descriptive piece of Atlanta, I\nd\purchased two. lie was so WIGUTMAX & CIIllISTOPHER, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
muslo by Craven's Band, and to define well pleased with them that he sent for Manufactured G. F. PADDISON, I
{ the applause accorded it is entirely out the rest of them. The flock consists of By-- EAU GALLIE FLORID]
of the question. The curtain dropped, oven male and six female birds. Warnoll Lumber: cab: \7 onoor O:>., -----
i and when raised again a minstrel (white) Joe Stokes wont along with tho birds Warnoll Florida.
p troupe, composed of the members of the to look after them, having had con ltlcr-
band had taken the -.---- -- -------
possession> stage able experience with ostriches ---- ---- --
and with a comic chorus
they opened
entitled "Tho Colored Band." "A High THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART .11
Old Time," by Roswell Coleman; "Jaw To Taxpayer! of TIt1l \111e.
Bone," by Tom Decker, and "Climb Up ,
de ,Ladder the end to de men Sky, interspersed," by Chas. Gardner with- The will tax books be open of for the the Town payment of TltusIlle of- Made for Sandy Soil, Having 3-inch Tread. * ''((1 s S s ,,

h several spicy gags, followed,and kept the taxes on Tuesday, February 4th; the
audience in roars of laughter during assessment are made, and everything Is The aU..tl" .
at this
their rendition. The minstrel part of readiness fOB the collection of the same.L. a.lapted Herman. (;eU.'S. .. Fruits,anll.point. -r'.n.U/IIIAhlng, .ete north The ff land the.II Cf'1"

the entertainment then concluded with T. COODKT!: unaur' ,,..... A..,A addl'ell8: I. It. a'r the runs through the property.making shipping f.
the "New Anvil Chorus," by the whole Collector.Mr. owner
I company. ARTHUR D. PERKINS. New Ua"en. C1
As the time was rapidly slipping away,
I the 20 minutes, Intermission, which was R. F. Hall spent a few hours in
I f I to have been allowed at this juncture for Rockledge on Wednesday, :BEAK ININI
I refreshments wa thought best to be .,.
i i omitted, and the second part of the -Large congregations are attending

programme was proceeded with. ReV. Goodell's and the Interesting Land. The lectures on THAT I AM NOT ODT OF 'BUSIN
:I I The first to appear in this was Mrs. II. Egypt Holy singing
h j C. Budge who rendered the comic Irish II bright and Inspiring. You will enjoy Carrying In Stock a Choice Aswrtment
the service. Come early. h of High Grade
t song, "Mike Mccarty's Wake, In a'
pleasing" manner, receiving considerable Wines Whiskies Brandies
applause.This 'VIJ Can Supply Yon FOR SALE BY Cigars, Tobacco, Etc.
: was followed with.a duet by Dr. Mail Orders
I F. W. Craven, cornetlst, and Mr. R. F. EDWARD STILING.... Filled Promptly
r1 Hall flutist, which was very sweet andmuck With liquors, wines, etc., quality .A."t COCOA
enjoyed. equally as good and price as low as any FLORIDA.: :
"Marguerite," from Faust sung In the house in the State. * * The Lumber. Hardware and Paint Dealer. Yours at Command.I
.. : French by Mrs. J. W. Underhill, of Los LIT: A REXAKER: '" .
France, who 1 I. spending part of the win.r Tltusville, Fla. COCOA Indian River FLORIDA.


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