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Title: Indian River advocate
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Graham & Walton
Place of Publication: Titusville ;
Indian River Fla
Creation Date: December 4, 1896
Publication Date: 1891-1896
Frequency: weekly
regular
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Titusville (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Indian River City (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Brevard County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Brevard -- Titusville
Coordinates: 28.591111 x -80.82 ( Place of Publication )
 Notes
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 3, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1891)- ; -v. 13, no. 15 (Nov. 20, 1896).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002071721
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Preceded by: East Coast advocate
Succeeded by: Indian River advocate and East Coast chronicle

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NEWS DOLLS I DOLLS I I DOLLS t t I Of alldeacl'lptions Rend This Column Carefully. CHRISTMAS GOODS, dolls will arrive I Ial'l'lvOlI I
LOCAL and sizes: -dressed and LADIES SHOES-In all the latest and A LARGE STOCK OF TOYS has Just
to suit.
today prices
Interest. undressed sleeping,: double-jointed of best styles. An elegant: stock now on ; at Mrs. Reynolds Including(
L of General CHRISTMAS TOYS at Mrs. II. W. Rey- GARDIRR.toVAI.Kltl&.
carts horses
Topics kid rag and other material-at prices nolds. A vast and elegant assortment hand. THE EAOLK: CLOTHINO STOKE.GUNTHER'S pianos, stove outfits, carpet
trains cable
railway
sweepers ,
astonishingly low, at Mrs. Reynolds. which will be sure to delight the chil
LlSTMAS TOYS at Mrs. Reynolds. MASK:! BELLS FOR REINS-10 cent a cars, metalaphnnos, ninepins, horns,
dren.
See them before CELEBRATED CANDIESa
purchasing dozen ut Mrs. Reynolds. and a host of other things', too numerous -
IF YOU NEED Good, Reliable and elsewhere. Popular prices. fresh supply nt Chalice & Co's. to mention.
Widely-read Newspaper Subscribe for -
,
IV'S ALL-WOOL SWEATERS-Just the ADVOCATE.Dr. 1ILLINERY styles. Gardner
ISie thing for this weather-at pricesItltbln IBADQITAUTKRB for Singer: sewing machines -; TltunvlHo's public school can now Walker. 1IOTKL': NOTES.
the reach of everybody; at M. I). L. Dodfton Is now located W. R. Knox, agent, Titusville.IhKE'S : bonst of 120 scholars. That Is an evidence \

THE EAGLE CLOTHING STOKE.I ::! In his new dental offices over the post- that the tClchel'-Prot. and Mrs.J. !
office and Messrs. F. C. Wells, of Stanford, VIIKIIK to stop. So* Oat of hotels on
Is ready to attend to you. It. Anthony I\n.llIlI"1I Ida R. Bates-
: Root Boer-the Conn. alllV.. Smith of Wllmantlo
great summer
: and work. our 7th page.Remember .
I SAD IRON for 15 cents-worth double -Mr. Henry J. Anthony left here dl'lnk-l\t F. S. ChalTeo & Co's. are quite popular doing good Conn., arrived In town a few days ago, i

I the money-at Mrs. Reynolds. Monday, for Miami, to 1111 a position in -Mr. H. J. Egger,: arrived here from and are now getting; ; things; In readiness TltiuvUto has two hotel I jol'el1

the Dank of Bay Biscayne. )INOKU: machine attachments supplied Miami, Wednesday a couple of weeks to build a yacht for cruising on Indian entertain the traveling public.

I Mrs. W. M. Woodward Is recovering Archdeacon I). F. Brown will by W. R. Knox, agent, Titusvlllt visit to hU wife and family. Ills many River. -Tho Indian, River hotel now sends aIlno
1 illness of the past week or so, preach friends to him In town
her to learn. at Cocoa at 0J0::! a. m. and 7 p. m. on are pleased see -Mr. \V. H. McFurland" made his flint hack to meet itU: train |
Cr will be glad
friends ; Sunday; also at Merrltt at A p. ru. BUREAU TRAYS-Call and see the again. entrance Into his lion's cage this wu >k. Tho River View hotel, Miami, under I I.

| _Paxton & Hatch, Rockledge; have -Mr. Geo. M. Robbins attended pretty china hand-painted stock at -Mr. and Mrs. Chas. A. Welch, of Mao says ho la going; to make that king the tnaimgomout wf Mrs. M. J. Spltler, .

gas display of new goods In their bigore. Dade County Circuit Court this week. Mrs. Reynolds. Boston, arrived In town Wednesday, for of the forest perform buforo he leaves Is now open.
the purpose of making their periodicalvisit Titusvlllo. They say McFarland got Into -
Master Rufus Robbins accompanied his to Canaveral. Col. Hogan and wife the cage all right, but lie hail a hard We acknowledge/ receiptof the Thanksgiving ,
I-Judge M. S. Jones left here Mon- ather. DEED blanks lOo. each $'3.00 100 at Day menu card of Hotel, Alcazar :
and ; per came over to meet them. job toot out, for the lion blocked Ills
y,for Sarno, Cocoa, Fort Pierce -Mrs. L. C. Oliver came up from the ADVOCATE oltice. way at the door for quite a while. It Is a very neatly gotten up atTatr! and
down river.Mr. I Mr. M. FHalor And Mr. E. M.
Henry
iher places West Palm Beach lust shows good taRte on the part of Manager
Saturday, to spend of the Standard Oil Messrs. F. S. Chaffoo A Co. TltimIllo's
I of Rockge Ashley, company Jos P. Greaves, tho manager.White's .
Smith and party few In
H. J. a days town with her fl'lendlrs..
EVERYTHING YOU WANT at Gardner for New
left St. Augustine Wednesday popular' drug firm, received a fine s
have been down at Indian River E. B. Wager & Walker's. York. Mr. Flagler will return to( tho new grnphophone\ this week, which they Cottage, Hocklodge, l III now

olet this week, enjoying the fishing.The -Attorney. I. Metcalf, of West East Const later: In the season.MI' have fitted up In their establishment In open and doing a fair business for this :

small steamer Juno-running Palm Beach the ADVOCATE block that those of lino of yi ,. Thin will be found a cozy
passed through here, FI"Iday MRS. REYNOLDS HAS RECEIVEDher J. J. White proprietor of BO
Ittveen Titusville and Tropic-is doing last, on lila way home from a trip to stock of children's furniture, comprising White's- Rocklodge., Is very our people who wish to hoar the latest piece at which to atop, for thono whosexchcquur

IjiHid business in passengers and freight. Ohio chairs, tables, bureaus, beds, popular. Cottage.Hen also\ a conchololtlst, and songs, muslo by the Marino band, nto., is not very Hush.

1-Mr. D. C. Tell, of Newark, N. J., -Mr. F.V.. Lyman, who has been baby carriages,: wash sets, etc., etc. has a collection of rare and beautiful ete., have just to drop a nickel In the Supt. C. 1). Knott, of the Florida East
slot and
lf phew! of Mr. J. E. Burns, arrived here, spending the summer at Kenosha, Wis., It Is an elegant assortment, embracing shells from all parts of the world. enjoy these productions.Mr. Coast Hotel System:! passed through here
articles that would make last his to Palm Beach
last, ea route to Canaveral, and other places, arrived in Titusville many very Albert third non Saturday: on way
turday ,
nice and useful presents for the little -The Good Templars gave: an enter- Magruder and Minml. lie la certainly an energetic
sick list.1Mr. of Major C. B of
there his uncle Is on the Monday, en route to his winter home at in the Presbyterian church on ; Rockludgu,
tainment tho .
and be
ones. died of Cocoa manager, seems to always on
Georgiana.Mr. consumption, at on Monday
J. A. Keys, of Oberlin, 0., pass- .. Tuesday night, which wan well attended. evening last, leaving a wife and two nove.(,
- --- --
Jd here yesterday with Dr. John Grant marriedto Songs, recitations, etc., .served to while
through Harvey was '
children
to his
mourn mid loss. lie had The St. James hotel of the most
llatts, of Fort Pierce, where he will Miss Iza Ola Kyle, at Jupiter, on -Road the article on Florida's ga'eat' away the evening very pleasantly. been suffering from Inng trouble for tourist resorts, one In Jacksonville

peed the winter with the doctor, who Monday morning last, Archdeacon B. F. reoze on our 2nd page. Captains Leo Vogel and Chas. many years. Deceased's remains were popular formally'oponal for tho season on Tues. L

k his nephew. Brown, of Titusville, performing the -Paxton & Hatch, Rockledge, have/ a Spencer, Inspectors. of hulls and boilers, interred In the Cocoa cemetery on Tues day. We have no doubt this line hostelrywill

I -Miss Aline Harrington, who lias marriage ceremony. fine stock of goods on hand, suitablefor passed through Tltimvllle Tuesday, en day. It la sail to relate, but nevertheless have n big run of business this season -

*n spending a couple of months withr Prof. Charles B. Cory's trim-looking all classes. route to Eau Gflllie, West Palm Beach, true: that this In the third of Major as Mr. Campbell a general favoilto

brother in Memphis, Tenn., lias launch, Psyche, has been hauled out on -Rev. and Mrs. A. D. Penny and little Miami and Cooounut Grove, for the pur- tagruder'a sons to die within! the past of the traveling pifbllo.

turned to Palatka, and is again stop- the ways at West Palm Beach, to undergo girl of Mime, spent a short while at pose of inspecting steam bouts. twelve mon Lilli. Jloooasud had many Manager Bonds of the Now Rock-

ling with her aunt, Mrs. Martin Griffin.Mr a thorough overhaul before being put 2oooa the first of the week. -Mr. J. N. Lummus left here, Monday to friends learn on of Indian his death.River who will regret edge hotel, Rookledgo, ban with him r
In commission.Mr. .
Geo. W. MacKenzIe, of Can- -Mr. Wm. M. Brown left here, yester- : for Juno, where he attended the his season some most efficient assistants 1

kveral left here, Saturday, for Daytona, M. Goldsmith, Sr., of Titus- lay, for Miami, whore he will spend afew hate Circuit Court civil as ono of the defendants Killed Ho brings with him from the
ptere he expects to open a fruit store. ville, after an examination of several days: attending to banking business.Mr. In the case of Mrs. JuliaD. n lUg. Hoar. famous Mohnnk house, in New York .

Mr, Mackenzie Is a man of talent, and hours before Judge Broome, at Brevard Tuttle vs. Dewey & Lummus, former. Miss llattiu I.. house-keeper;
will be an acquisition to the above Circuit Court last week, was admittedto E. P. Porcher, of Cocoa, has ly proprietors of Hotel Miami. He Prof. Chas. n. Cory and his friend Dr. Wm. E. Smith/ cushier; A. E. Weaver,

Iretty town. ; the bar. Mr. Goldsmith's many been on a trip as far, as the Florida keys. returned to town yesterdayThere E. E. IlawcH, (,tf Boston, have, den hour rl'pruselltl'UveVm.; W. Decker, chef

friends will no doubt bo pleased to Mrs. Porcher joined him at Miami on and Hinting In tho neighborhood of Canaveral ilrM. Decker head waitress; Martin
will be an oyster
supper
J -Col. D. G. Carey-Elwes, of Orlando, his return this week. thin wwk. They lost ono on Tuesday -
head baker Ilauklna
Amos
learn this. Copp, ,
sale under the auspices of St.:! ;
Kbo ,
ban been north of apron lirulu
on a hunting trip having nuttiugod: to oecnpo|
JTitusville until E. Miss Kathleenand -On Monday: at Cocoanut Grove Gabriel's Guild, In the Opera house, that llltl.tenVm.; Bahoouk, In charge of
spent from Friday -Mrs. J. Ingraham: They set it trap night, scud It caughtmother stores Frank, Clink in charge of bell
iturday In town with his son, Air. G. Master James, who have been spending Charles Peacock was cut by a man next Tuesday evening, tho 8th lust. boar, wliloli nmd oIl Into tie ; ,
Besides these heads of
Urey-EIwes.; We acknowledge a pleast the summer in Toronto, returned; named Gregory: for whose arrest a war- Supper will be nerved any time after fi scrub, trap IIH woll. ))1'. tawus I f"lI"wI,1ILllflllhut ow. tho Now Uocklntlgo has attractive depurtnunts -
has been issued. o'clock. Let everybody come out and ,
runt ,
t cull. and other It buforo
Indianapolis places, It could do him any ; northern girls for tho dining hall. In

-Mr. E. L. Brady left here, Monday, to St. Augustine on Saturday last, lookIng -The roofs of the warehouses ownedby make a jolly social gathering.Our millly Injury. Tho boar" was a. big one, I fact, the entire house In pervaded with aspirit
Juno well in health after their trip. the Indian River Steamboat company readers will be doing us a favorIf and weighed 4",0 poiiniln of
hospitality
>r as a witness in the Mrs. J. D. perfect
"uttle vs. Dewey & Lummus case. Mr. Ingraham went as far'as Jackson- have been receiving a much-needed coat they will deal with those_merchants --- ---

torn there he will to Palm Beach ville to meet them. of paint this week. who are bidding for a share of their )patronage turned to the Oroiuul. The Plaza hotel, Rocklodgo, Is among
go the lino hotels of tho Kant Coast, where
through the columns of the .
mil Miami, expecting to be away a -The yacht Two Bachelors. in com- -Mrs. R. P. Paddlson returned home, the tourists like to sojourn. Mr. 1 S. II.
make It rule
We to help
ADVOCATK. a We regret,: to 10LI'n-fI'0",1\: letter. to
itmple of weeks or mand of Chas. W. Brownrigg,
so.
Capt. visit of
Monday, after a very enjoyable a Peck tho proprietor U a well known
the old ,
those who holp us, remembering land from New
and Smyrna-Unit the Coronado -
Mayor and Senator-elect Henry with Messrs. A.. Cecil !Brownrigg: few days with her son, Mr. Geo. F. Pad- motto that "One good I turn deserves caterer to t public on Imllan River In
lintel Coronado burned
wa to
( II. Kent as assistants, left hero early dison at Eau Gallie. winter and Hotel I'etos- ,
laillnrd; of St. Augustine, passed last for Melbourne, another." the ground on Monday night Nothing ho Arlington,
morning
through Titusville. Friday last, en route Sunday where they were to meet Mr. and Mrs. _Mitts Leila Anthony, after spending Ingraham of Bristol was saved: nod there WllllllhMO\llllly, nonutiranoo. key, Mich., In the summer. When gong -
-)11' Irving south do fall oil at Rockedge.
to
not -
Went Palm atop
Beach on business connected of In Titusville with her
who a couple days At the time of then tire J\lr.
W. Henderson, of Orlando, were on who has been the {
Corn. spending sum-
.1\ Pock In making quite anum-
with r.
the F. C. L. C. & T. Co.
returned to Satur-
Georgiana on Frank
down the East Coast. parents, Slim:! 'p was East on n business trip.
bridal tour hare
t a mer In Europe, passed through of At Tho Plaza which
ber
which Improvements ,
he
secretary and treasurer.Prof. Her friends to
day last. were pleased The cause of the flru U unknown It IH a
his to Melbourne. lIe
Tuesday, on way will this
threw tourists certainly appreciate
Chas. B. Boston's noted -Canaveral Club-house open see her In town again.A ;roat misfortune for tho Sharp family,
Cory, owns a large pineapple plantation at winter and tho -with its
its doors to its members on Monday, orange grove
( for took considerable interest
naturalist, gave the ADVOCATE office a when the first to arrive were Col. C. P. largo octopus was washed ashore East Melbourne. Mr. Ingraham Informed they certainly line oranges on tho trees-looks. beau-
pleasant call yesterday. He was on his Prof. Chas. B. and Messrs. on Anastasia Island, near St. Augustine, us that he would start for CaliforniaIn In their ocean bench hotel. tiful.
fay to his house-boat, and was accom- Horton, David also ho: first of the week. It Is stated that a few days.Attention. Mr. Sharp was visiting hiM daughter In
and Sears
panied by his friend, Dr. Hawes. The T. Watson Merrill ; the: body was about 25; feet long, while Washington; and when the (fire occurred The New Rocklodge hotel, Rocklodgo,
Professor says Titusville has the neatest Dr. E. E. Wakes, of Boston. The Can- its arms (or tentacles) must have been la drawn to the now ad. his wife, daughter and two young lions III now open and ready to receive guests.

and finest stores south of St. Augustine.A averal Club steamer carried the above( Fully 40 feet In length. A large numberof of the Michigan Lumber ManufacturingCo. were asleep III bed. It IH said that they Tins pleasant hostelry, which was BO
party over to the club-house at Chester have been on the beach to ., Jacksonville on our 8th page of had not even tlmo to dross, and lost all popular lust winter, hiss been much Improved -
fine girl was born to( Mr. and Mrs. Shoals. people monster. this Issue. They sell all kinds of cypress their personal property. The hotel was since then. Another wing has

J J. X Lummus last Sunday, at this place. -The genial countenances of Dr. and view this great sea and pine lumber, flooring, ceiling a smouldering heap In about an hour. been added on the south side OOx4O

Both mother and child are doing well. F. II. Houghton WentervIHe, 0., -The Clydes' new line of steamers between mouldings, crates, packing boxes, xcroliwork -- --- three stories high, and when finishedwill

Dr. T. E. James has been keeping the Mrs loomed us on Wednesday. They Jacksonville and Boston will bo etc. This lit n very good and re- Lecture nt the Open HOIIMC. bo quite an improvement. Tho main

tappy parents company by wearing a both upon looking remarkably well in Inaugurated December 10. The steamersto table firm, and wo .solicit for them a Hlce will bu on the .southwest end, unit

reek broad smile on his countenance this were health, and were on their way to Miami be placed on the lino are the Oneida share of public patronage throughout Mr. Jan. loC. Pryse, of London, who will bo large, bright and cheerful. The ,
he being Mrs. Lummus' father. City. The Oneida will leave Florida. Send for estimates. Deal with with
and Key West, where they expected to and Morgan has been drawing/ largo' audience In other room will be bed-rooms,
Boston, Thursday, December 10, and those whose ads. you find In the ADvoCATE baths and other conveniences attached.
-Carrabelle has given three lots and stay about week. On their return they New York, Washington, and other large
KOOO: of Jacksonville Thursday, December 17. and mention the name of our All the room are spacious and nicely
for the location of a furniture will stop cit at Titusville for a couple cities, having kindly consented to give a
b totyat that point, which has been ac- days, and then go on to Daytona to spend The Morgan City will leave Boston De- >aj>er. free lecture In Titusvlllo, and the Tltunrille 'urnUhed. The owner of the property,

pted by Robert Hanson, formerly a the winter. cember 2i. Thereafter ship will leave Rockledgo has. some very nice people Band Laving/ also, with a few well Mr. II. 1". Shares. la .sparing no expense
I umber each port on Thursday of each week.P. the former known amateurs, their to; make the New Rocklodge hotel at-
merchant in Titusville, who Is W. Jerome of and HUB residences, among kindly lending/
preparing to leave for Cincinnati to -Mr. and Mrs. BenJ. ,the E. McMurray & Baker: wholesale being Mr. and! Mrs. Wm. M. Merwln, of services, the following will be tractive and comfortable. )(r. II. E.

purchase machinery, etc., for the factory Brantley,with who relatives have been in spending Connecticut, and retail dealers In carriages, wag- Milford, Conn., who have recently arrived !gramma at the Opera house on Monday, (temls, the manager, la very winter popular all a

Besides manufacturing furniture summer and ons, dump carts, pleasure and business from the north to spend the winter December 7, at 7:at) p. m: hotel manager. This he will
out of choice stopped off here Friday last, remained River beautiful Selection by the band.Lecture"Ancieut keep his tables well supplied with delIcious -
Florida timbers, he will the of vehicles, Jacksonville, are soliciting a on Indian having a
make tool handles.Mr. until Mondaytas Wetmore.guests Mr. share of your patronage-'no matter place at Rockledge. Tho grounds surrounding Religions and Modern oranges, gathered fresh from the>
Mr. and } what of Florida reside in. their house look perfection, Theosophy." !grove every morning; he also ha
part you
W. W. Russell of the Cincinna Is the solo representative in and boats moored In front of
Jerome confines of Muslo Cornet and Mr Williams launches
ti Farms Send for estimates and ,give: them a trial within their being a variety piano; -
here Sebastian, passed through Florida for the Globe Gas and Gasoline order. Our readers! throughout the trees and shrubs, from the orange to the and )[rll. Cnleman.Muslo ho hotel, on the famous Indian River,
Wednesday, on his to New engines. He will lengthen his launch for the free use of his guests.
way
York state would da well to deal exclusively camphor tree of China. Mr. Merwin ha -By the band.
where with 10* horse-
he her a
expects to spend about 10 feet and equip
month The with those who are soliciting a share of one of the finest cellars (cut out of the Question Box. II"
on business connected with the power Globe engine this season. & Baker solid rock In the south-and tt Is not Muslo-By Lice band.
McMurray )
above' section then be 35ft. long and their patronage.: FREE I 11
of will
It Sebastian. The tract Sabrina want your trade, and they are not afraid empty either. Mr. and Mrs. Merwln During the playing of .second selections -

the question richest comprises 115,000: acres of 6ft. 4ln. wide.A : to ask for it through the medium of the may be said\ to form one of the "back- by band, any questions that any -

been muck:land, which has lately lucky man 1* Mr. H. A. Hodges, 'ADVOCATE columns. See 8th page. bones" of the pretty village of Rockledge one In the audience may desire to ask Beginning MoiMay next, Deo. 7th, we
connected by a railroad line, 10 lumber mer- Theosophy or kindred subjects, will /give, with each CASH purchase of
well-known
and upon
tiles long' with the F. E. C. Wn Mr. the jovial lIe put $10 -Mr. Louis A. Brady now associated -Mr. and Mrs.. I). A. Blodgett, prom- may be handed up, and Mr. Pryse will ONE DOLLAR, a ticket, which will
lussell of Satsuma Heights.
ie has worked like a Trojan since. chant, when he left Palat- with his brother, Mr. E. L. Brady, Inent and wealthy residents of Gram take pleasure In answering them. entitle the holder to ft chance on the

tOOk In hand the building of the In bills in his pocket after arriving In In his grocery; business at Titusville, and Rapids, Mich., expect to be In Daytona The Theosophical society was founded large doll In our show window.
Sebastian & ka, and about an hour will hereafter be known abodt the :'Kith taut. They have had a fine
Cinclnnatus Railway. Titusville Tuesday evening, he missedthe the firm name about 29 year ago, by the celebrated The drawing will take place on Christmas -
& Brother. Mr. Louis winter residence erected on Itld/ewood !
E. L. Brady
M I.a la morning.
His search for the prop- Mdme. Blavataky, of whom Mr. Pryae
( money. Brady has been engaged as bookkeeperIn avenue, where Mr. and Mrs. Blodget FRED. S. CitArrEE & Co.,
UlLDREY'S It for Its objects are the founding ofa
TRICYCLES he pupil.
and fruitless and gave up
chairs rocking erty was his brother's establishment for many; and family will spend the winter. DurIng Unlvel'llaillrotherbood without regard Tltuavllle, Flo.
.. bureaus, desks tables etc., at lost, thinking the money may have drop- and Is well known to have been the Christmas holidays: they will be
the
.r Reynolds. the train. Early years to creed, race or sex with a view to
ed out of his pocketpn of Mra. slater MraDugaa .
a painstaking, faithful and obliging the guests Blodgett'a hrumanity.
he was taking a very elevation of Also to study
For Sale
Wednesday morning of assistant to the firm, which has an excellent of Atlanta. Kn passant we may; ancient religions and Investigate the un- ,
the grounds
in
walk near the fountain that there hall been additionto
LADIES' reputation on the East Coast mention an
> HATS known laws of nature. The lecture
and untrimmed and children'all styles.GARD2EB hatatrimmed the Indian River broad hotel;smile an ADVOCATE Illuminate for keeping a ttnt-clasa stock of goodsIn the Blodgett family since they let promise to be very Interesting. Admission I have for sale 3,000 acre of land at;
; reporter aw a the line not usually found Daytona, viz., a sprightly young gentleman tree
and lot.be. grocery free no collection.A Arcadia-sixty-two acres In orange ;
: 4 WALKER. his countenance; he stooped,that he had outside a big city. We predict for and named Deloa A. Blodgett, Jr. This ; 1..VM large, bearing tree, and 4,000

picked up the four $10 bill, wish the new firm a prosperous career. makes a "pigeon pair," and both lather small one. Also a six-room bouae.

Bananas For Sale. evidently dropped nliewbasquitedelight- and mother are Justly prond of their NICE DOLL'S CRADLE for 20 cent W. S. THOMAS :Miami Fla.
,
previous evening. little son and daughter.IT at Mr. Reynold
;;; ;; ed with his good fortune, and left that Furnished Rooms to Itent.
1. adbY ches shipment, choice banana*; heart.A .
with light
I, o".' mt Wo-: per 100 fingers; afternoon for Miami a WILL PAY YOU to call and Inspectthe CHAFFEE A CO. EXPECT A SUPPLYof Stock of Merchandise For Sale at 1
T-2 bAddress: Three furnished rooms to rent. Applyat large assortment of overcoat that firework this week. Call and

FED FORSTKB, Orchid, Fla. GUARANTEED MACKINTOSH for the Ray Cottage, Titusville, Fla. the Eagle Clothing Store la now dis see them.ORANGE Stuart Fla.

$3.60. Now Is your chance to secure playing. They are all new gooda of "

CO TO MRS. REYNOLDS for one at a low figure-the best that can Bones Wanted. the beat material and latest fashion, BOXES AND CRATES, of Wishing to move to my own place at ,

your toy be purchased for the money. and their worth by far exceed the all kinds, at lowest price. SebaatUn, I will sell my Stock of Oood .
STOBB.
YCST BE TIlE EAOI.B CLOTHISTO! Save your bones and send them to the 'price being asked for them. O. JT PADDISO.V, Eau! Gallie. cheap for cub, to anyone desiring" ,

Toss of! SOLD, to make apace, 100 Jacksonville Fertilizer Co., South Jack good location for buslneaa.

.24 per ton Cotton f Seed Hull Ahe Price JUST RECEIVED-a nice line of ulttbl tables, onvilla, ITa. Will pay cash for them. GET YOUR TOYS for the Xmas tree at THE GIRLS WANT SOMETHING NEWto The.poatofflce goes with It. .

little BrOL a b. k.onv1Ue.. bureaus, chair and buggle- Mra. J 1I10ld.e. A large and varied play with. How about those skipping D. KrrcHiMO..P. V., p

Fertilizer Jacksonville ft Phosphate, Tla.Co., for cblldren':Mu.Xmas II.preaent W. RIT1fOLDS.: PANTS; SHOES, at Gardner* Walker's stock to select from. rope at :Mr. Reynolds T 'Stuart, Fla. Jot_,





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I marked. 20 degrees, fully exposed as be- $I 00 Reward $.00. If you are anxious. to find the most''Florida East Coast Rail ;;

i J fore. reliable blood-purifier, read in Ayer's AI- way
That those who
of
Hi1 the testimonials
: Ice formed { of an Inch thick. The The reader of this paper will be pleased manao such terrible diseases -
have been cured of
to learn that there Is at least one dreaded FOUMKHLY THE
all the freezIng
temperature day was near as catarrh, rheumatism and scrofula -
disease that science has been able to
: 'I point, and on t Saturday: morning i It cure In all Its stages, and that l Is Catarrh. by the use of Ayer's Sarsaparilla: JacKsonville, St. Augustine and Indian River Railway.Time .

Tired was again 10\ degrees, while the Ice was Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the only positivecure Then govern yourself accordingly.She"Evoibody Tuble In Effect June lath I89O.
:
Feeling fully one Inch in s.8ntu1'IIIY known to the medical fraternity. ----------- -"
Catarrh being a constitutional disease, says you married me North =
it moderated somewhat and South Bound. Bounds
I Uakeg all broken without He "Hut I didn't
you seem up, requires a constitutional treatment. only for my money. -
p life, ambition, energy or appetIte. by night the thermometer marked degreos. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is taken Internally dear. I know you look it, but I didn't." :rooo. -mrNi.: : .. ;So. S1ATIOL Xo. -. -- -..-"
STA TIOs'S.: 2011 311 78. "
37 :
$ : It Is often the During,: the night It fell ten degrees. acting directly the blood and -Indianapolis Journal. 31. __ No.32 "";'11 ..4ArSt.
forerunner of serious illness upon .Ta.ckMouvlll. .. iTl'a YI5 p : : ..Lv Miami .. .. ... .. 'iit'iii, a in 1'
//r or the accompaniment of nervous On Sunday it moderated rapidly, mucous surfaces of the system, thereby AultuMtlnd.I11311 0. l12 p .. .I.vr..IIIOIICity.... 5 10 a 01 I'>> :10 tla'a'
'''I' troubles. It la destroying the foundation of the disease, Baldness Is often preceded or accompanied Lv 8t AultuMtlue. 10311 0. . .. Lv 1't Lauileruale. I'> 117 a 01 7 24 a'LvE.I'allttka. '
1 a positive proof of thin, and noon the weather settled to its. normal .. . ..I.vLlllton.. ... ..... 8112 a 11\
and .I1lt1: a
the t stren building :
giving .th To OlMa
pallet by of the hair.
Li weak blood for if the blood 111 by grayness prevent ------I.vWI'alna Beach 1lIlaOl:
Impure -
; condition. .. . 111' aLv I
I rich red vitalized and up the constitution and assistingnature both baldness and grayness, use ArPalatka..lIl'.. ..... .. .... >lIo. .. .. ...r.vW.Jllplter.... 110111'11\( 12411':
i vigorous, It 1m- I have thus been particular] to give in doing Its work. The proprietors -Hall's Hair Uenewer an honest remedy. -I.a..tk.-- 10-!ill-a 1v ac ... in : I'
,. i / ; I rta life and energy to nerve have Ar Sun' Mateo .... 1011 l' .. : ((14 iii 31"1'
= every so much faith In Its curative 3 jjl'
I the various markings of the thermometer San ] iatO ... II) (H) a .. ... Jensen..s. 44) '
,I Lv ... ..... ) m .
.. "iI '; organ and tissue of the body. The so that a person, by observing closely, powers, that they offer One Hundred "Who was best man at the wedding'' Ormond.... .... I IIII( p .. . .=::..... . t I :::: aD : ni.. ': . ,3411'Lv '
:L ; necessity of taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Dollars for any case that it fails to cure. ; bride's father If cheerfulness Lvaytoll...... .... 11171'I oj. . .... ... . I.v ICiselantt. 1144 am'
tI for that tired I is Uiev fore can form a fair estimate of what degreeof t Send: for list of testimonials.' "The I.v'ort Uran S.. IUI I' . . .... .... .... Lv i'.leILcuriie. .... 11 .ij a 11r.vNewSmvru. \ . ..
feeling .
l' .I'I'!\ 'I' : apparent cold to The and Address counts for anything. -Puck. ..... 1 IIO p .. . .. .... .. .... 1 V IsII (::\\II.hti UIIa a 11\ ..
t / to every one, and the good it will do you expect. rapid unprecedented F. J. Cheney & Co., Toledo, O.nrold LvTltllavll1........ : p ... ..... .... ...... 1:V ': .: .. .
; \1 : .. equally beyond question. Remember fall on Thursday night of SO( ; ::! by Druggists, 75c. 1..Cooo...... .... ... 8211:831 I' . . ..... . .... Lv ( ocoa ..... ..... 01) p ..
(! ijo -FAITHFUL MEN\ OR Lvfu.ckleIJ, 'C htiM .. . . ... ....... I.V TitUaville...... 14 04)) p .. . .
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degrees, was, of course, beyond all WANTED to travel for responsible IvIaualle: ." 401 P .. ... ..... .. . IVeWbliiyri1a... Popi . ...
::1! : former record and could not have Mrs. Elmore-"I wonder how many I.v Mellnirne .'... 413 I' . .. ..... . .... I'vJ'r: Orange. .. 23:1I' . .
I f that established house in Florida. Salary T.v Roseland 41'(>2.I. ......... ..... ... .. t ... .... : m...
of De
) "ik't HoodsSarsaparilla been anticipated without any defInite stops new organ Smyth's has $780!! and expenses. Position permanent. Iii Sea44tian( ...... 57 I' .. ..... .41B a ,......l.vlrmon.! ... ..... P ..
got" Elmore-"Only three, I should Reference. Enclose self-addressee I.v..ortl.lerce.... ((15 p .... ... .11111 a ...... 541st Inlatka... .j!_in..=.
Information from the Signal Service Bu Star l.vE.lon. .. .... 32 1) ......... .5 31 a ......ArMIIII Mateo .... /11) p .. ...:
: reau. judge. One for each meal."-Buffalo stamped envelope. The National, Lv .lensun.... .... .4.6 37 )l' ......... .B07 a ..... ...LvSI>n Mateo .. .. 00 pili.. .... :
i I II. Times. Insurance llJdA',_Chicago. Lv W. Jupiter .... 3" I' ..... .... .. .......... Ai .al ltka....,.... ..2 /69 .- --
-THE EFFECT. I'
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l.vWPalm.lIeach p .. 03B 0. .. .
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tt llti t I.vl.lnton. .. . S4Jp ..... ....1111110.; .... vl..latka_ ()_() I'm._ :
The cold of December froze all the .
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--- -- Lv Ft Lainlerilale.. 03111' ........11110. .. ......Ar 14t. Augilatlne. 10 p in .. .. .
c lAthe best-In fact the One True Blood Purifier oranges, and in about two weeks the l.vl.c.monClty. 1020 I' .... .. ...... 311f( ) a .. .. .... .l.vHt. AIlIO, tlne. 15 p in 7 9OAr
NOW IS THE TIME Miami ..... .. 1030( I' .. .. 321'> a ... .. Ar .luksoiivilIo' .. :ia I' 01 sin> .
ri eure liver Ills easy to take, fruit and leaves had nearly all dropped **; A.Y.. llRANCII.anel .
Hood's Pills eaay to operate. 20 cents. oil. A week later the trees began to Trains 31. 32, 31. anti 78 between Jacksonville

.>L,:: ui -- .--_ .- .- ___- __ h.h _ show signs/ of life, and by February Jet ..TO Place Your Orders for ORANGE LEMON & CRAPE-Fmit Trees Train St. .Augustliie 200 l"twl''IMiami, "ltlly. and Fort Pierce, S'rATIO, NORTH:-- No iOt7Nii.2Ko 4 No 1 ....:

R they had grown from four to six inches, dally except :Ilondny.: __ __ _

4 t' THE GREAT DISASTER. the older leaves were half grown anti The :Florida East Coast Railway makes big reductions In freight for 01)><) days All other trains south of St Augustine tlally Ar.... :'rooew.ak..Smyrno.Helen 123111'1231'>.. 4IH'I"I'> ::101'' I.: :.

many blossoms had just opened. This! Take advantage of this generosity by placing your orders with Goo. II. Wright, except Snntln)'. .. orange (Ity 12 IIOJI 331<1' .. .
4 O. City Jllno 13r... II ::101'( '. .
was the rule regarding the older trees Orlando, Fla., where you can get
I'II1U'fn' .
nOUN
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fl4Lv TUB CA USI and thoHo In bearing. The younger trees, .
Strictly First-class 'Stock, True to Name STATIONS.: No 3 No.1 No. lso:
however, did not fare as well. A mall I _

& I ki Of Interest to Fruit Grower three-year old grove, back from the river and at Low Prices.1D1r' Lv.. New Lake Smyrna HeleD. fI 205p/SPIOaaJLv ). noa) .

; 4 nnd Others lialf-a-mllo, and fully exposed, was badly! : Write for prices or call on r Orange. City(Juno.. ity 3 3 OIp DIp 11 11 :lOa'2a0. ) .

: hurt, the trees nearly all having the bark GEO. II. WRIGHT, Orlando Fla.
split along the part of the trunK. TI ese Time TBh\e\ linw.. the times at wllll'h trains mnv be expectell to arrive anel drl'lIrt from
upper the R''e er\l staritnp' hilt their arrival or departllro at the times statetlls not gIInrantici1 I. IIltrd""l
: I. Half would no doubt have eventually! the CO' ''any liolti itself resloilslLIe) for any delay or allY consequenees arising tber"fonn.F. .

? PROPOSE to write full of died to the ground without further O. WILLIAMS Alet., J. D. RAHNER
i a history any
c. -i I Tltll vllle. Au't Gen'l Paasemger AII'.t.. '
J'i the /great freeze of December ]180-1) mishap. On February 1, in lookingover Chickamauga Stable Co.

4t and of February, 1805; from my own Individual the grove carefully, I was satisfied

J ,, : standpoint, before the more there would be fully three-fourths of a.. .

:' Lt minute details escape my memory. The crop. While a year's income was totally! Lookout Mountain, The Tropical Trunk Line.

; gioat. trouble in dealing with disastrou lost, yet the outlook was far from dlscouraglng. Tennessee.
'Phone 31 9.
t J occurrences at the time, was onr complete .
Lula Lake and Lula Falls Lookout Point Point Park Sunset Rock, Natural Jacksonville Tampa & Key West
Railway
'I 4 ignorance,:: of the real damage,: done, 0.11 It was the second freeze that did the will ,
Bridge, Telephone Rock, Rock City and Village. Ol'derilleft at Lookout Inn
I no Information was attainable from those damage. The first destroyed the cropIn receive" prompt attention. E. D. REES::!, Manager. JOSEPH H.: DURKEE. Receiver.:

l L who. had passed through a similar expertonce sight, the last destroyed all prospect

s : ; hence we'tlill not know what of a crop for years to come. It was i ..0-----0. -,.0.sOU'T" -21--1_-_ ; Time Table. in Effect July 26..00. 'h .,., -NOHTH.--7K -. ,. -;20S.---

1 !i.i course to pursue in order to recover from worse than having one's house burned i .... ... L..ltl .0 I (Of() I' 'ti nOn:: Lv..JACKSONVILLE..Ar 7 ao a DI II 411 II 1..1JlIxe.1 .. -

4; JY'( the effects in the shortest with no insurance. It was in fact a. ..... ... 037p 9270. .... .. ..Oranlt.. J'ark.. .... .... 6/1Oam 601lPIII, 2tiIxt.iiMo ,
it possible time. BRICK *! BRICK *! BRICK .. .. .. \V'y I 1)471' "34a ..... .. .I.ootIR. ........ ... ... 631am 601\.IIITllo.d.v\ ,
Utf The freeze of February, 18115: was a dim terrible blow that made the stoutest and ........ atici. Fri .. . .. ..1HRltnoll"... .. ... ... ... ..... ..... .. .' '
c . ... .. .. .... lDllSp 01110. ....Green Cove 00.in 1131plll IThU""d'Y I(,:
j A' 1J: ;: uncertainty; while the limited area of most optimistic of us feel sadly l dis .... .... .. . .... ... .... ..... ... .. ,, Sprliigs..6. .. ... ..
t ; culture at that time and the heartened. The questions we were askIng ........ 10 Via/ 112111' I0411a .. ... ..... ..Pallttka....... .... ... 1100 am. 44/1pOl/ 321pmI
11 tdt1 orange very . .... I 2-&a 1I/12p/ 111/10./ ...............I'I..t' IlOlII. ... .... ... ... 426am 4121'01 2""llln
ft 4P ,. few engaged in it, as a business, gave 118 one another were: "How badly are . 11 4\1.\ 12071' II 31a......... ... .. Pomona... . .. .. .... 410 a 10 311M I' m 224 P III
'' East Coast Brick Co. .. 12 lap 1l2'l: a II 4IIa...... ...Cre cent {'Itv 33: a m 3411' III. I 1M 1"11
: I but little data to go by; and that little- we hurt P" and "what Is It best to do ? . ... 12/IUI'/ 1240..a 12 ( .. ............8evlll. :8S a in 32'JI'III 1 I II'm'
, t Htored up like a half-forgotten dream in Unfortunately no one could answer with ........ 2 :JIi p llaa 124lp.: .... ...VeLpon Junction..3. 51 a in 2411pm i 1123110 i
........ 820 I' 120a 12 (lIp.(3.. 49 a in 2n: 1'11I 11I.Jr'lm'
: the minds of the few who experienced I It any authority.On ... .... 41Klp 141'> 0. 1101' ... ........Ilerc ( 35a m 213I"n 10lhm
Jacksonville Florida.Are . .... 420 27i' ..... ...... .... i .l/111pm./ 0
and still survive, or second-hand by; Saturday we wrapped the trunksof ........ 320 1/11I./ .. Arl. ,DeLanc1 32! p in .
those who had been born since that date some twenty of our largest trees wit! .... .... .. .p..I.. .. (001'..... ... . .Fnterprl: e ... ...... ... / am.
p MANUFACTURING GOOD HARD BRICK, AND HAVE BEST FACILITIES .. .... ...... IAr ........TITI18VILLE......... Lv..I.. .VS a In .
-w was most unsatisfactory to the orange burlap, taking care to fully protect the .. .... ........ ..... ... .... ......... .. .Pltob........ ......
., For reaching points on the East Coast.Vihi give very lowest prices. ........ .. .. .... ........ .... ... .... I'Inrre..to..I.' .
1 grower of sixty years later. It is to bark from the sun. On Monday I took .,.... .:... ,.3, //IIII' .... .......lIlt. nor........... ..... / .
: r remedy this defect-If such disaster my hired man and cut several trees i Indifferent J. S. SMITH, Jr., Gen'l Manager .. .... ... ...... 4 1Oi. ........ .....ravnre, .... ....... ..Lv .. .. 46:1l1l1m.: .
a Jacksonville Fla. ........ 1120 P ::1311 .111I\., .... ..... .Sanfor.I..... ........Lv 1110 a m 130 a III D lOam
I should ever Again blight the most Inter- parts of the grove down to the .... .. .. . .. .........Altamnnte Springs....... .... ..
f ...... . ..... .... .. .. .. ... . ...WlnterIark. ...... .... .
!i eating Industry of our state-that these first branches, and at the same time expressed .... ...... . ... 6110. 3 301' ........ .. ... .Orlando.. .... .. ... ... 12111 .m... ..
p.b linen are written. the belief It would be wise to SAW AND PLANINO1M1LL8. JACKSONVILLE YARD . .... ..... .... . .....KI.8ImOle. .. ...... ... .
...... ........ Ar.... .. ... .Jiartaw. < .. .... .. ..
,1' iii: Friday, December 2H' 1801&, was a raw, serve all the same way. Then I waited 1'xlatka Kin. ;E. Bay St., Foot of Catherine. ........ ..., . filII 61/1p/ . ... .. . .Lakolnnd .. ... .. ... .. "!I4Bpm 0 30 a .
.... ........ . ... .. ..
with such show of tl230 II 3411' Jlnrtow. ..... 4 30 II m 7411 a
1e disagreeable day, with heavy westerly patience as I could WILSON CYPRESS . .... .. .. 11I341..Ar..Pnnto.. (florll.. ... .. 5 /60 a .
: t wind. I had( seen such days be- command, to see what nature was goingto COMPANY . .... ... ... .101100. I 4op Ar. ... ... .. .. ... .. ..... 8 00 a .
many .... .. . ... ...... .Tampa Bay Uotel .. .. ..t .
t fore; nnd while I expected it to be cold, do toward recuperation. It WON, how . .. ... ....I 11 3B a 820... Ar. ........ .... .... .Lv..t ... .
; terrible ordol l. The Manufacturers of ..... .. Mon an.1 'rbllr8 D 311p I.v. ....... .I'nrt T.mpa...... .. .'. anil Sun.Thea .
I 44 yet I did not expect the temperature to ever, a crucial test .... .... .t 1 'rht..y. 3 111'1' Ar.... .. ......,JCey 'veMt..... ..... P alld Sat.Weil .
: J k' fall much-If any-below the freezing of the soldier's courage is the suspense ..... I an'l flat. 8 OIIR) Ar. .. ... .. .. ..H..vana.. . .. .Lv 1230 P 10Ve.l.. and Hnt.
Lumber and Lath.
4Jj point. With my hands( devoted most just before entering' a battle, but fortunately # Cypress Shingles, Dally t Dally except Sunday.

1l I'i' of the day to covering n lot of pinoappl it is not for long. In this case the ,
Tratrmi23innl: Through 1'ullmun Buffet Sleeping Car between :New York nml I'ort
t, I? plants that I wan anxious to save. suspense was a question of months. In A large: stock of Dry Cypress flooring, coiling siding, mouldings, shingles, Tampa. daily.

h3 At minuet' thermometer marked( June following we could not toll the real lath and pickets always on hand, thus assuring,: prompt shipments. Cypress Train 23, leaving: JarkHonvlllfl daily at 8:00:( ( am., arrive at Hawthorne at 11 ::4:1.: Galnenvlll6
my 12::4a, Ocala t :3ff: Lei'itlmrjt 3::\\It. ItnH.ksvllle (1:00: p. in. Train leaving Jacksonville at I 8:00: ( p.m.
I degrees (Fahr). This thermometer Is oft damage dune; in fact, after the lapse of mouldings of all patterns specialty.. arrive at Oakland 8:12: : a. m., Laronchne 10-4A: a. m.Tarpon Springs a::10 p. in., Clearwater 4.JJ: )1').

t, the common Rochester make, and has two full seasons I am still uncertain. When at home, write us for prices; when up our way, come and see us. m.,Train 8t. I'eterobiirK 21*.anil 32 B:40, through p. in., rullmaii daily except sleeping Sunday.> cars between Jacksonville and Tnmla.

; occupied nearly the same place for 20( As a rule, all my trees were budded __ ___ .______ ____ _____ ___h_ ____.___ ____________ ___ __ W. H. COFFIN. O. D. ACKEHLY
I ; :'f yours. It registered the coM wave of low, and on sour stocks. In April they General Superintendent.. General rutwenger Apcenl.

1 )began to show signs of life from ------ ----- ------------ --
tho
I morning of December 1, 1870-44 varying

7 I at sunset the night before, and :a20 I\t two to fifteen Inches from the grount HARRY MASON & CO.

: w daylight-also the temperature of .January All the branches, with but few exceptions The florida Central peninsular Railroad

f 12, 18HO-13:! and 28 degrees respectively were killed back to the main

If ; 1l -the only change made was that trunk. Some trees on south side were I & CO. Jobbers In Fine Imported
I e the instrument had been moved out killed to the ground, while on the nm.ththey Short Line between Florida ami nil Nortl-crn Points.

I b t 1 'liJ'tiI 't about- two Inches- from- the- wall of the threw out vigorous sprouts up some w : Street, Only 138 Miles between Savannah and Jacksonville.

: t house so as to have a free circulation two or three feet. Take my old grove J VILLE. Liquors and Cigars, High Everett, Savannah, Augusta, Ca., Columbia, Washington, Bal.

f of air around it. This change made east of the ridge that runs through Rock- timore
Philadelphia, New York, Boston and the East.
I f a difference of two degrees. It hangMon lodge hammock parallel with the river,
Grade Whiskies Etc. Everett, Macon\ Atlanta Nashville Louisville Cincinnati
( the north side of building, fully and about ninety per cent threw out i" and Chicago. Chattanooga, ,

exposed to the wind and about six vigorous sprouts above the bud. Mostof '
St
'___i Everett, Birmingham, Holly Springs, Memphis Little Rock. Kansas City
U feet from the ground. our younger trees west of ridge we Louis
q \Vhlnkleii-Imported and I Domestic: Rontliern' l1ello, Rock and Rye ..... .......from $IJO( per |gal Chicago, Sioux City.
The five o'clock mall brought us word sawed off even with the ground as soon lranIi.s-luetle. 11'1,10., peach blackberry, and pencil antI honey.. . .. .from 81.IM/ per gal River Junction, Pensapolv; Mobile, New Orleans Texas, 5 exico, California
(linii -llolland, out Toui, etc........ ...... ... .. .... ., ..., ... .... .. ..... . from :91JM ,per gal anti the Pacific Coast. Effective to
,, that A cold wave was corning;, and that after the February freeze as possible Ruin ... .. ..... .. .. .. ..... _. .. ..... .... .. ..... .... ................ ...froniiMO.ergaI/ April>> 1H1JO. .
the temperature would fall to 25 Some of the sprouts, high up on the WIne-.1nrt Sherry, Catawba. Mu8catelt Claret etc., from .. .... .. . .... .. .. .fl.no |per Itall'1..tA.lne8t -. ,,. New 'ork EXIre88 No. 3M leave Jteka"l;
degree Brand. *. .... ....... ......... ... .:... .. ... .......... .. from (a.23: .per eaneHottled 0L1.MIiI -- I yule 7::30.a. 01., daily, wIth ThronlC1! nlllll'o
in the northern part of the state. This trunk, where the wood did not have Heer. .............. ...... .. ..... ........... ........ .from (IJUper. dew ATLaNTA, Au.,... a... It Sleepers for fllLvallnah, Cohnnbln. \\ luiflgtfl i
l did not Indicate n damaging? cold wave vigor enough to sustain life-n mere uST All other Fine Brands at equally Low Trices. 4 ( n. ,. l. I Ilaitlinore Enstern FlilladeIplila( :New for tork."'enlOndlna.an.I aI

pI with us. Had the Information beennearer shell under the bark-have died the pas! Jugs and demijohns will be packed in boxes, when so requested, without extra wii. .i 0 ::.:;a. Arrives Jacksonville poilltll. ( 'onnectlO 9:00p.m.: ,
refunded for when returned. ,,,
( cost. Money "empties" Express Company will
j4 the real temperature degrees summer, but not as many I as I was led to not take liquor C. O. D. Send money with order to save delay and trouble. : con a New York Fast Mall No. :8. nnrth lenv,.
31 at Jacksonville would have beet expect. The crop of the season of -1 5 N JnikMonvllle tt:50: m. daily for allle !
Send for Price List, or l'a1l1lpon MASON & CO., b ern )point and for Is'ernandlna.rrlve Jacksonville
1 worth $'iOO)( or more to me. ]1801-05! was ten oranges. The present 301( :807, 300, 311, W. Bay St., (Mason Block) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. .4 ,- ; S 1l.bdV ::'.ai 10:23a. m.

l When I compared tile temperature. crop, 1805-00: ( may be :DO boxes. Owingto 4.. a.I -
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4 I 38 as above stated-with the preceding tile excess of roots over the top )hence .: Only Line Through the Dean ttal. Hill. "
Labor Saving !I. Economical I Incombustible I I ClUfltr7OfMlllle Florida. 1'.nsaci"5..
tJ
: eold the of and food taken M a. '
waves, I was satistlod the orange excess sap up by; .4 0 Kcrambla: By Leove Jarkmrnvllle ': ,, .
,, the roots the fruit Is somewhat 5 "4. ,I : for Lake Cltv, Live Oak.. 1\la<118OII. !holllle.l.
crop was virtually gone'antl so told several coarse, 0 n'ola.
'
t (a. Tallabasses. River Junction Pen ,7.:
:J of my; neighbors. while some trees have the red-rust, -% CKSONVILLc New I nt8hr.ctl: Bouthwest: 3teX';|>;,l*
"PAINT OFF. ,. 0 WAO fornla I and : CoaHt. Carries 5I! 1
Just at the first break of day the next causing the fruit to split' and drop. This ,- a., .A..wwua. Arrives Jacksonville 1:05: a. m.

.7 l mol'nlng-the 2Sth! the thermometer disease, however, will rapidly disappearas Qua. ea'tC5DAI(55y1

marked\) degrees; while .a second one, the roots and'tops become more (Patented In America and Europe.) OP a' -

Iv tilft resting against the house, was two degrees evenly balanced. As some trees were I'S' thorn Leaves.TackaonviIIe9:55a.m.fOrS1ark0.hiM Sliver Spring. 0..0.1.: nalDeM\'UI, C"ka:;

) higher. The wind was still blow- (lowing more sap than others, when the Removes all Kinds of Paint from all Kinds of Surfaces ,. :lM V.a_- ,.4.I_ i Orlando key. \\'lIclwoo, Lacoochea: u.e burp bade. ;. TavareR'1, aD f'tt1.l '

Ing hard from the W. X. W. Ice had last freeze struck them, so some were }, Tampa. Arrive Jacksonville 3:40: p. ni.

formed half-an-lnch thick. Oranges in hurt much worse than others even :: :.

the full force of the wind, wore frozen though standing side by side in the Chemically, Instead of Burning Off. Jark.

: % aolid. It was quite cold all day, and the jtrove. The present condition of the spoft1i. ( vr/- Ccnnatiandlnr1aLnilte1.e 6/10):/ >. m. Solid Vestibule Train lveonrille Tla...

''I. next i morning-Sunday, the :UOth-the trees, however, Is, In the main; very at- "P I TOFF" !I. a reirlatered trade name of a new dlHoitvery In chemistry and I I..* proterted FLORIDA CENIRAI.\ >' little over :29 hour to Cincinnati via 1'\' ...Iliac111;:
m thermometer marked 28 degrees. l factory, and the fruit-bearing wood hv letter patent. of the United State*. Canada.. Great. Britain anil other countries. It la the remiltor .5 and \- t Atlanta. Chattanooga. Connect for Dortb i ...
; During ., Louisville and all points
patient nwearrh and exrlment| with the piirpone In view of flndlnir a cheap. clmple and active A ma I Chicago!
t I1ii the day it moderated considerably, and should another' season give us a fair olveiit of old paint and varnish. thaI would supplant the old method of burning and scraping off fENIftSUUR N.H. west. Arrive Jacksonville 8:33: a. in.
tee aauie. sad Cosnecthn,.
iJ did not again get above the freezing crop-say 20 or more boxes where we NI, *5Si
Gilmore & Son, Painters anti Decorators, Jacksonville, Fla., write: "We have .
i1iL, point. now count one. The rapid growth of given Palntod a trial, and can say that in 45 years experience as a painter it is the *4I? Hally. Springs Ronte. 8t. Louis KanR c
fll i On this new fruit-producing will tax ',.-.. .- .. .. ,. (' ::110 p. fl1
t i Thursday, February 7, 181)5, the beat paint remover in the market.ttC. ttt \ mr ** nuaRo.. ieave jacusonvmo tlpr> i ail.,

ii wind, as before, was westerly all day our Ingenuity to the utmost to keep It E. Hoyle, House Painter, etc., Jacksonville, Fla., writes: "Having1' had experience -iMacon, Atlanta llirmingnam. Holly
8t :
I t .a:::: Kani::.ft ri'tvJn: : S: fity; "" >UV' Ch'c' &* 8'oux' City. Throngh Sleeper' wjWJJJ: :
k and blew as heavy, but not as cold, as from being crushed' by Its own weight, as a practical painter for 25 years, take great pleasure in indorsing J..8On..lII.. Siam.: i u .' *nd onJy m* e1"o Chicago and Sioux C ty.

: on December 28th. At dusk our thermometer as these sprouts have In many Instances, 'alntoff, and Cheerfully recommend it to the public in general." :: f" m.-i.oeal for *!"*... *. Close connection' for Brunswick. Shortest and quickest roaW

t ij. was CO degrees. Our weather but a thin shell of live wood to givethem ; W. Lan dell, of:Hall, Ulldltch A: Co., General House Painters Jacksonville, Bt-l .?. for TaUah 1U1 Fla., writes: "Having given Pain toff a thorough trial, pronounce it to be a 9.tM1'1: ;;;; ITampa nil'tePoint!! tollman sleeper Arrive JacksonvlJleSJO401"M.n.til"tlZ .
I report was meager, and received at dark strength as against the wood fibre perfect success, and to be all you claim for It." St.m.r : : 'wjralns* Daily.: Leave Jacksonville 7:30: &. m. and.6:ie p. mx.
as before, so that few thought the torn from the heart of the tree, as ls the case I'Ullman Bleepen oit au Niels" ..aarden"-: ud Mana_ WRY polnU.cr
Send for Circulars and Testimonials to
f j I perature would fall even down to &he with the tree In Its normal condition. Bend for Bet Indexed Township Map of Florida to

; ; ,' freezing point During the night, howprer These sprouts growing at an angle of South-Eastern States Palntoff ,Company, : s. PENNINGTON', A. O. XAcDONELL,

: Eii; I It fell) rapidly, and 'at daybreak [Continued on 3rd page.;] St. Augustine Fla.- Trafflc Manager. 0uer* j'aenger (S.


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RIVER ADVOCATE DECEMBER 4.. 1'Sflfl.' 3SE .

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DISASTIIt.l received ten years ago when to
GRF.AT own an Bon MIIUa..,..
orange In full bearing was to have a You have come buck from the country Citation:: Noticew The Largest and ] Most Complete -

continued from 2nd page.) bonanza. and your hat is shabby. If you will shop
Establishment South.
In Circuit Court 7th Judicial
[ Circuit of
II. for
S. it
WILLIAMS. ,
you can buy
a straw for
pretty
when weighted Florida in
and
for Hie vivid CountyIN
forty.five degrees little more than half what it would
will have to be artiflcinnrted have CiiAxcvnv:' GEO. S. HACKER & SON
slth fruit coat at the beginning of the sea ,
the groatest care, Miami. Edward RuillHllI i THEPLANT i
with son. Set to work and see what you con 5's. { Hilt for lvorc.
':: 'II'elght and high winds will do toward trimming it. This season's Fanny Ruillnlll. )

to a West fashions render having horn filed In this court
and if exposed amateur millinery a AFFIDAVIT
off [Too late for .
;them Insertion la last issue.] for the complainant\ hue
simple
matter. When
It will be almost impost huge bows and KannvHuillnllflaovor HIBBKB of VI: yenn,
lone
,acyc buds I In masses of ribbon were the vogUit and that her re.lU.ncB la unknown.
them. The put ;Now therefore, .
It la onlrrwl that the said
:
e to of 1805 and those A negro woman cut a negro man hereon was not always possible to disguise the Fanny KuillMll do sp to the Vlll\0\1.of complaint .
ug the summer Wednesday afternoon.Mrs. nonprofessional touch but every girl In thin cone at the clork's otttoa In Tits .- SYSTEM. PIt6fnufacffdrers
spring have grown prod- vllle\ FlivUlit. on the .
lathe last can twist the stems of flowers prettily.
Ijy!1., and will soon commence fruit- Julia D. Tuttle Is making many The great mistake of amateur milliners, FIRST MONDAY IN PKCFJVI11ER: A D 181W,

noticeable improvements on her beauti- says one who has learned the trade "is and an*....r said bill In due course otherwise

thus endeavored to give the ful place-Fort Dallas. that they put in too many stitchea same Thin will order he to taken l>.. pnlill attain heil ymi with an aa oonfeiMeil.little. dolly w

hive of my groves as ao- Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Spitler have Why a few years ago a French milliner as |MM< nude In the IninAif RIVER ADVOCAT.
,condition open once a week for
eight ceneoutlve and
weeks t)
lble. The rich, dark ap- ed the River View. It is the old Conolly that I knew used pins largely for fas- be posted tat required by law Notice to Travelers.If .
M po tening ribbons and flowers. The more Done and or Lje of the trees as seen glistening house. Success to them. lightly that trimming can be held the Tituavllle AD1HMI., Florida,this feint day of September, of

he bright sunshine gives us hope for The ADVOCATE Is getting to be quite prettier it will bend and fall natural A. A. STEWART contemplate a trip to any point

future and then again we get some- popular In this section. As an advertiS- I,."Brooklyn Eagle [seW Clerk. North, East West or to any Florida Doors Sash Blinds -

t disheartened, especially when we ing medium, it Is hard to beat. ootliMec* C. R. Stewart, l>.C. ,
that must yet elapse 01...... point for reliable Information through
lot the time The Hotel Conolly is the
most favorable conditions be- rendezvousfor With evening gowns the suede glove rates and most convenient schedules, Moulding and Building Material.

er the lost all the transients coming to Miami.It are worn. They come in all the delicate Shertrrs Sale. write to the
[ our rev- undersigned who will
recover
we can fully Is also well filled with regular boarders. shades and match the costume in color I Office awl \Varerooms, King Opposite

A form answer all letters promptly and give S
or a pretty contrast. As to length, Cannon Street
NDER and by virtu of an eiiwutlon. leaned ,
III-THE REMEDY. W. S. Davis, wife and daughter have they are marvels. A novelty for holding U out of the Ciroult Court for Jtrevanl cmim.ty you any necessary Information.The .

LflUng by the experience of the arrived from Galveston Texas. Mr. them in place is the new glove fastener.It The Florida, In a Loan cane A therein Trnit comiHuiy depending In plalntrtf wherein Routes offered! via. the rlant Charleston S. C.

L would change but little In thek Davis is a tiny jeweled butterfly, concealing and J. I>. Crabb and .1...... 8llvertiM are de- I, ,
t, i owns the point where the Cape a convenient little clasp which is attached fendanta I have levlwl upnn and will mill. at System the equipment<< and excellent
done to bring out my orange grovethe Florida tower is located. Public auction, to the highest and beet bfclder
to the glove. From this is a rib- for oaoh.. In front of the omirt house doseat service Are unsurpassed by any line. Sash Weights Cord and
and In the least
( best advantage, Contractor J. A. McDonald who went bon, the same shade as the glove so arranged TltiMvllle Florida, dnrliiK the logal hours of ,
If all the trunks of the ...Ie.on theFIRST Through Sleepers are operated<<1 on all
ibis time. north to attend the funeral of his brotherat that it may be sewed to the

i had been well wrapped the morning New Haven Conn., has returned. Mrs sleeve and thus hold the gloves securelyin MONDAY IM DECEMBER,A D IBM, trains of this System, Insuring Luxury, Hardware.

\\a the second freeze or better yet McDonald place. Gloves for calling are Inglaoe the following described< accompanied him. ginning; ; at the northeast of the southeast
If the Signal Service kind and are given a distinguished air corner Window and Fancy GlassA
of
j day before quarter, Ruction :.10.tDt".hll'| 21 south range Address",
the notice in time It The City of Key West arrived here by an embroidery in silver or gold. ;lift eaut; thence RO west:?JO yanlii. the,"* south
ud! give us last night. The palatial steamer was Pearl gray gloves have silver stitchingand 110 yanln. thence east !MO yard, thence north R. L. TODD SPECIALTY. I
of Invaluable 110 yards or
Khmliiir, and
uld no doubt prove ; saving
thoroughly inspected by Mr. Flagler and silver buttons, and canary colored heretofore. ; therotnnn a rltlit-of-way rant wide Dlv. PUSH. Agt.,

fitI should advise the following the other officials of the F. E. C. U'y. gloves are embroidered with gold Johna Jt: Inilliin conveyed River to the,Hallway Atlantln.compuny<>i>jut.., "Ht.by or C. II. HOWARD City Pass. Agt. Agent for "Quick Meal" Gasoline Stoves.

_. __ u threads.Chicago Times-Herald. deed reoorded hook "1\1," at page' la: of Itrevard -
itment: Cut off the lower branches Tile calico ball,given here last Wednes- county deed remade; alxo exceiitlnir there
from a parcel of one and one-half ,
I cut top Immediately above. The day evening was well attended. Dancing Woman Lawyer In Canada. lore conveyed. to John Kntler by.diwd aura. recorded hereto
WILLIAM CLARK
treated la this way as before noted was kept up until a late hour. A Miss Clara Brett Martin of Canada In deed Hook records.Aluo "ft,". at page KM of Urevard county Agt. !

i alive all around the trunk and the very enjoyable evening was had by all ia in this country getting the opinion of .boplnnlnit; ;at the southwest corner of lot ;
who attended. judges and lawyers on the subject of 9, block F, In the town or Tltniivllle, thence run PJUltIlHn. STEAM A; GAS FITTER j I
thrown out
inches and sprouts seem women in the legal profession. Miss east slung the south boundary line of said lot 9 ROYAL-TANSY PILLS f
and Sheet Iron
|be more firmly united with the truuk Henry :M. Flagler Esq., and party arrived thirty feet, thence north at rlKht angleH to Main Hoofing Work.
Martin has been trying for years to gaUl Street alxty. feet, thenoe went 30 fent, thence I '
10 any others. here recently from St. Augustine admission to the bur of Ontario and north 161 feet thence went IK) feet theme south r ZfKWBIHOOVKRY.new.ntllatil and Isle T4KVKKPAI1AA \( rent turnup : Pumps, Piping and Drain Pipe Hath I

Cut' all trees less than six years set, and looked over the many improvementsbeing has just been notified that a certificate of 211 Main font.,street thence thirty east. dung feet the to the north point boundary of beginning I. pre..d, itmnHlv.Now.seal tw.nty bjrov op.rBt pn>,Infillnntaifttloa. 04rtfrIfia : 'Tuba Water Closets) and Wash Stands.

a to the ground and draw the dirt made. Mr. Flagler expressed signed by a sufficient number of legal lock F,,TltiiHvllle the same being parta of fit lots 8 and 0. ..}Ware 1"' .t lnrtirort4iatti da.pr... i.IWleew... orimn.Nun.p.p.a !'*. I .

ay from the collar so as to expose himself as being well pleased with the authorities to the effect that female which was cloned by Mr part*. Titus before llanana the Alley recording .i lit M p.r plain box WrIIl., mall..... box s8.mlo 41. Bunt In ....Electric Bells....
practitioners have not been found to detract of the map of Tltusvtlle. Reference U. 1. .tam|ii for paiitloulftrM,, Mold by |...*&
: Street
made No. SB ,
e i surface roots slightly to the sun. progress by Mr. J. A. McDonald. made. to the map of J.Francis. Leltaron. ire..1.I.orulnr.! .., UMK 1. Foray
from the dignity of the law might ,
CALA.sucLATIuN, ehles. ln
|i soon as practicable plow the grove Cocoanut Grove had a sensation a few Also beginning; at the southwest corner of the .J noloo1on yUle Florida.
that be ,
induce the Ontario powers to reopen Intersection of orange and Lemon street,thence Sold by J. II. Scrovon only.
king as many roots as may come Intact days ago. Tom Sowers colored shot her case. Miss Martin ia not in the running went along Orange Street 41 feet,thence ,

with plow, and have a man foVIt Dennis Delaney in the left with her failures south parallel with Lemon Street 11(1 f..t. thence
leg a least discouraged by many east 41 feet to Lemon street thence north along Choice .
with keen grub-hoe, and out off all shot gun. The wound is a flesh wound and says that she intends to practice the west line of Lemon street 110 feet. to the .

leh roots smoothly. and is painful but not serious. The men law. and to practice it in Canada and point Florlila.of beginning situated In Urevard county WHEN YOU se. t Wines Liquors

I If one has a small grove, I would ad- fought over a dinner pail. Sowers escaped nowhere else.-Exchall o. Also seven .acres In aurinnro body In the southeast FEEL SHAKYWHY and Cigars.OuaranteetI1'ure. .
corner of the southwest quarter of the
i digging a trench fully ten Inchesp and a warrant has been Issued for southwest quarter of section 83, townKhll'| S 1 IIIllhIli .
south, an east, Urevard Florida. NOT TRYINTERSniTHS
grading the distance from trunk his arrest. Mot Quit Fit Ye. range county Sold at reduced
Also lots S and T, of the east sub-division of
cordIng: to size of tree, and cutting off Lovett A Laws the large wholesaleand "Are you in condition for the football Mock i of Tltusvllle, a* per otlle of sold sub prices
division on ale In the Clerk's of Brevard
?
I route. Some trees treated in this retail dry gods house have receiveda season Brompton county. ImportedTokay

ay, a year after the freeze show a carload of fall and winter goods. Theyare "Only partially. If any one bits me I will sell s>> much of the above d..RtJrlb"tlprol"'rty. Wine,
liked over the head with a baseball club, it .as will beaulllnlent satisfy the exe from Italy .
Improvement in the way of at present disposing of their old attracts my attention."Detroit Free 1'uruhaaer. pays for title.

wth the second summer just passed. stock to make room for new. Major Press., JAMES E. ISO WMAN, John B. Togni

|soon as the sprouts from the ground Lovett is traveling for the C. B. Rogers nov-lec4 Sheriff Urevard Co.,Fla THE MEDICINE ,

t I large enough, insert your buds, and Company Jacksonville and Mr. Laws OF KNOWN MERIT. Metropolitan Saloon 121: East Day St.,
FAITHFUL MEN OR
let t then started WANTED SOLO CVBRYWHBR FLORIDA.
as soon as possible. If JACKSONVILLE
manages the business. to travel for responsible -The Walton Rapid Calking Machine

|on wait until the next spring the buds :Miami infected with a mule who established house in Florida. Salary No. one, *.'\; No. two $10; No. three $11Tltusville IITHUII PErsrN".".ltA&.00.. AOINT5.s LOUSIV/La. ...Kr'. Wholesale coil Itntall......

ill II make too rank a growth. $780 and expenses. Position perman Fla. I

I If the ground is in fairly good condlOD. persists in creating rumors concerningthe ent. Reference. Enclose Relf-a( .dr'KRed Education of
great growth of the town, future stamped envelope. The National, Star
I would apply no fertilizers for a
prospects, etc. His latest Is that the I Insurance Bldg., Chicago. I BODY
uple of years or more. In a ,
young bay is to be bridged. lie already said
z
ivo, where the trees were cut to the 1 UHf FRUIT TREES MIND
17
that Miami had six miles of paved Notice to Creditors. ,
end, I would cultivate and keep the
streets. These reports Injure the town, roil MORALS.
IUDI] as clean as possible In older
and, besides, tend to turn the people "lHE: creditor. of the estate of Oldoon ColiiiI | HIGHEST r
roves, after the first plowing a circle Imun, .late. of /Hrovard county, d"celUlodl ROFIT AND PLEASURE
against him. However it Is a mania will take notlnn that the administrator of FREE TUITION....
around ,
Joed the trees will answer every with him, and the people suffer in con said estate him aiiKgontuil the insolvency of the QUALITY Waive ".
game; p
impose.
n .. sequence. Wlmrnfnra.. Haiti creditors and all persons l THE POMONA NURSERY The
regarding: the number of buds that Is having claims against said estate will be required LOWESTsPf
st t to let to appear! 'before me, on or before ICES ..MaCCLIMNV fI.ODIDA.FREGNTi Florida
grow there Is divor-
a great Rheumatism is a foe which gives no Tin FIRST DAY OF JUNE 1HOT,
I'ty' of opinion and it will take and will tell you what to plant, and Agricultural
years to quarter. It torments its victims day and file with me their said claims or paymentwill
cide positively what is really best.In night. Hood's Sarsnparilla: purifies the be barred.This In Hockwit HOW full line to pleateverything. .needed Wit have laTHE College
lath: day of November IHOO.bl8NOR
all my younger trees where the blood and cures the aches and pains of 8. JONI!: PR EPAID GARDEN OR ORCHARD. sorted by grants from the Motional liny-
rheumatism. E. C. U.TYNIALL. County Judge. ernntent.: All tultTim free Ui nil itnilantu fmmITlorlitil.
temp will probably heal over, I have Administrator.. novUoto: my20 7auib.Peach...., : OranvV:anl.ana ac.rlmmonl.. u. our,I'Flcl' ,. Oixm to milieu, and fonmtei. Women
opted the rule board with fiimlllim. In town. Men board at
to let
only one grow as : MUM Hull fur 'lo.<,o per month. A tncethealthy
e much prefer to have a single trunk Hood's pills are the best family cathartic O ; 1 THE POMONA NURSERY, looutlmi.. (lolI.e surgeon i attends all
'DIy.' In the and liver medicine. Gentle, reliable, ALEX: NEAR. ERNEST TAYLOR. 0 ....1....'. Flarftfa. students. free of Hurice.. Mlllury illHol|>line under -
case of old trees killed to agrutnateof Went. Point irimr nounm of

fw ground I cannot but think that it sure. NEAR & TAYLOR, HulentlHu Inntruiitloil and Agricultural\VOl"""'!. ,Superior Mechanical eiiiiliiiiient Latin

III be a temporary make-shift at the In |j..lx>rat"rlim. Jlve degrees of Jl. i. anil
t Have You Any Vegetables or (Successors to John McAllister.) A. II. Iinslnsascoursx. Klvlnif free Inntruotlon
to get a few oranges while the new- -- In penmanship, tMok-kmplnir. Imnlnen law,
Ir-iet Poultry For Sale? short band tyi--wrltln| snit l | .
tree |
is tftlvKral'hr.
growing so that it really Artesian Well Contractors : Vail term oiiann Mumlay. .
friakes but /1111 Information,
small difference whether twor IHIW. For catalogue giving
balf Supt. C. B. Knott, of the Florida East 'SkSouthern : addrnee.
-a dozen
are grown. Coast Hotel System, requests that truck EAU GALLIE. FLA. t). CLUTE, "re.ltlent

Never have we had such an oppor- and poultry men along the East Coast Lake City, rinrlda.

unity to change our varieties and I communicate with him during the season .

aken advantage stating what they have for sale and We Send it Free !
teDt of it to the fullest ex- quoting prices as ho has established a WEAK MEN MADE VIGOROUS. .

by budding all my Navels, save purchasing department for vegetables, ABSOLUTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE.

poor three and have discarded most poultry, eggs, etc.Catarrh TOWeak-

K f my Maltese and the Imported varieties K i1
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING ROOM CARS, DINING
Means Danger
,
generally. I have reduced my MenYoung

angerines one-half but added largely CARS, THOROUGHFARE COACHES, "nVD At7..
t Because If unchecked It may lead directly
I" my grape fruit. We are growing to consumption. Catarrh l is VESTIBULED TRAINS. What PEFFR'S i NERVIQOR!o I d1!

granges for the money la them, and the caused by impure blood. This fact is ; and Old. r II ant powerfully, and qu 'Io.r..anb..dl allthers I
I fafl. Voun aien r'.aln old
varieties one has-so those few fully established. Therefore It Is use- ... vltfor. Ab.ol.Udir imrItEnr -
l are the best-the I. less to try to cure catarrh by outward Rejoice With as in the Discovery.When NO1in AND KAIT. I NORTH AND WEST.a ...In..reqo"ePlOU.hful.. is qr. ............. e.. ".ut...
more there Is in It. 9e.p NuP.le UseS P.w..,
"y the applications or Inhalants. The true way ... :.'r,a: 5 := w.la DIM
best I mean best in quality and to cure catarrh Is to purify the blood.flood's [ .a 11. ae If... I. ande. .1fe.r. "/. .ewh.. y _... 0....
bearing capacity. I have budded Sarsaparllla the great blood a man hall suffered for years V... U. .. 1'1. Ifo. 1 1'nsea. ...*. Ward. n : ... alun.inH'&lu .
nearly .
'' l lt hnpudesw..orthaq.ubulb.Ra on
altogether catarrh by its to with a weakness that blights his life and All liaise DaU,. 1.111I"4. Past All Ted.. Dall,. cod 'Flor8da hiHmnno Ft r1.li1'a.r..t.r '..,." In.l0 l ban
with our best home varieties, purifier, cures power rob him of all that really makes life 11a1L M. or n.j for II.i'aa .
with a limited drive out all impurities from the blood. : b.oarrladla pockoV.Ire pal number of Boone's and testify that they worth living, if tie can avail himself of a .. per box. 'Parson Thousands of people WriSt.: aar.re.e..ewre.rN..wad :_:
Brown for early, and Hart's Tar- have been perfectly and permanentlycured complete cure, why not possess the Lv J'c1S'tU...o.ap.......... a m am e foil pm L. JanIt8ollYiIl.. r. a A P. 146 pm 970 ;;.mLv JI..17..Paq.l'hl..a'"d" bY!lfI IIl....
for late varieties. of catarrh by Sarsaparilla.If ."...... P.a ap..1017 am 916 pm M 0
: uud..rD ..... pili
.Ilaaoa.
Yearly every grower has one or more course.We will send by mall ABSOLUTELY Lv. _a...YllD'_." ,.0....p....,.....1776 pm 1176 pm.. "'laata.to ,..... 100 :: T. pUB Sold by J. B. Screyen, only.WamedAn .

trees In his grove that bear a superior everbody knew when the market FREE, In you plain package, the C.InmblaJoatk'. .."........ ..2IIsn.00. am .". C7rs1(:'hatta..egratht CoL.."Afx....... 76

quality of fruit over his other trees, and would stop booming It would stop a All-Powerful Dr. JIOYYM N' VITAL ArcbarlestSaoath'a"........ 20pm S76em Ii INrmlo hrr., !Soa1 .,,", bO;

from which he should take his buds. great deal Boouer.-Puck. RESTORATIVE TABLETS with a Ai'Waak'a'nSoath'a.......... S a am 190 pm .. Xemph'' K. 0. H. A H..P W 81t1 M IaA,
:U
By growing a legal guarantee to permanently cure .u8a\.0..a.a.\ ......... 'OO..U.pm .....KaD.U&.K.O.aI..x.......................... ....
only superior fruit, one not of la grippe Lost Manhood, Self-Abuse, Sexual Weakness ArPbilapkf.P..RB..1019.m .00... .............................. ....
beneflts himself, but his neighbors those During who the made prevalence use of Ayer's Cherry' Varlcocele, stop forever night ArNTol'k.h.......... ., .. 12..a' SIOrm .... ."........................ ....

"well. by getting' a reputation In the Pectoral found It prompt to act and sure Emissions and all unnatural drains. Returns )1_ ..1

dIetant It markets for that peculiar local- to cure. No other medicine Is so safe to former appearances emaciated T1r.g11.. .... '..... .f ,... S.,." 11 u.u

7To non-residents I would Impress and efficacious in all the diseases remedy of the organ No C. O. D. fraud nor recipe decep- t::."._..aaJaaIa.YiIl.'o"p".I......;;;;..ll MI ....- 'QUICK TIME To ALL ofCftat
fact and
.l that Indian River oranges have throat and lungs, only tion. If we could not cure, we would Oohambla, otat... ............. II., ..
a"Pecial successful in consumption. --'"." .. .. :.11 foil .. POINTS NAMED
send medicine Free to andpay :
quotation in our but markets not our try, /r II.. ..1. Plni., SU P" ..
and ass rule when satisfied. Write to-day, as L..A.k.vui.. Cen. Tbs.... I !III 1'- ...y.w.C'JI 0INATT ,
box they bring one dollar per Ella-"I heard something mean about this not appear again. .. .0.9111.. .............. 110 pmAr.
more than other Florida brands. Stella-"I thought you may .M.Qactluaan, Q. a C................ 1 14 am fp ,MI: alw.RewpA.V1.saw=

brit flow up necessary to the!it I., then, to keep our you looked today.pleaaed.-Tld-Blta. Address: Western Medicine Company For full Information, apply to any Agent or this great Railway (..)..w.ery. Iranae.a."....Iae.egV...._.10". ==, .......

standard by every endeavor Incorporated. KALAMAZOO, Mich. System or its connections. = 1 :
to ,
Iu Improve its superiority. Horace) Greeley once said: "The way $. tftie 3111mD

never concloefou 1 will| state that I have to resume is to resume," speaking after of Remember the ADVOCATE Titus- y B. OUI:1f: J. M. GULP W. .&. TUB!:, 8. E. EASDWIOK,. r......l__,...... amy .....pA.
Into circulation ..... *,.
had QeD.PaahAc
again putting gold kinds Give Kaaa..r. Ctoau PaM. Af t.Waaala .o.iIL Co /e/S
greater .
faith In culture Tille, does all of Job printing. ..L .pertaTra& .trDO d8f mr-1t
especially this far down orange Indian the war. But you may say "resume"any liver a* a share of your work.] w.........Do C. .......P.O. Wtmhia....Do C. .AUaa aa., v-..WaV t pH ":-':' :,::-.Ab.: .:MNYes. '
on that torpid
than I River number of times to _...I8tue4w.,, .__ wsCl5g.r
now have. No a has been of and It won't budge until you L. A. SH1PM1H,
abandoned, and grove yours Liver Regulator. Many What do need In the way of ,.....P.-laa.. .....,
In take Simmons yon
a few 1ears Rock- M Was*..,.AWes..f ACKBOM T1L1J, FLA. Idea
heads bill
ge WIU be people seem t-, forget that Constipation. envelopes, note and letter 22r;
o fruit. We Ihlpplng her usual quota. 1Illlousne.. and blck Headache are all heads, statements tags, cards, etc? Effective Nor. 8th

'hoald cane no reason why It caused by a sluggish liver. Keep' the We shall be glad to have a share of your .-....... E ,

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,t.t.1i 1i i 1 //1:i '. -+ INDIAN .BIYER ADVOCATE. 4- their time in the hospital tent and THE ENTERTAINMENTGiven FOR first class shoemaking and repairingcall I I Ship Your '

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.. the other half inventing excuses to on J. A. Daughtery, Washingtonavenue I
''f I avoid their ,duty.If at the house last Titusville, Fla. Shoes madeto
j Opera Friday
!: ; : Officer: Washington Avenue, Titusvllle order In flno style. Fruits Hides Skins
some such action is .not taken night, for the benefit of St. Gabriel'sEpiscopal Vegetables Etc.

,.::''t. Indian River, Florida. and the matter pushed with vigor; Sunday school, was attendedby kinds of ,
all
PAINTOFF for removing:
*:' quite an aggregation of our towns To the Reliable firm of _
(' l' we fear that Company, Fifth people and others from the surrounding paint from all kinds of surfaces with
r : A WBBRLV: JOURNAL DEVOTED TO TUB D V.LOPM81CT Battalion, .Florida State Troops, neighborhood and elsewhere. It proveda out burning. See ad. on 2nd page. A. O. GANDY &
," OF TUB INDIAN BIVKR LAKE CO.
; :: j will never emerge from he -state of most enjoyable and successful affair Send for circulars toSOUTHEASTERN ,
I; I, :I) .1' WOUTH AND DlflCAYXB BAY RBOTIONH.PUBLISHEDKVKKY collapse into which it has fallen. under the able management of Mrs. Wm. PAINTOFF Co.,
Merchandise Brokers
'I 1'111 M. Brown, the first part of the pro- St. Augustine, Fla., and Boston. and
.11: .,. : t I FRIDAY. Other recently \ panles are only waiting for a vacancy -, selection* aa set forth below. MONEY. We want money to loan on first
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; 4//"q. P.4 : On AH. H. WALTON Editor & I'roprletor. to occur in one of the bat i Number one was a nice little Hong, real estate mortgages. Ten per cent Wholesale Fruit and Produce Commission Mercfun

{ I JI"f'1 .1 talions to step in and fill the gap,, entitled "Ups and Dun," by seven free of all expenses to lender. D. L.
'J juvenile misses which amused the Gaul en, TItnsville.
I ,
JII young 10 Bridge Street Jacksonville.
:l ", "' .b"ptlo" and if our company once falls to folks greatly-especially when the "shoes I Fin.'
REFERENCES:State Hank of Florida, Baker&: Holmes, Raymond &: &'I\tb-
w t I M ', : Twelve mouths 41.SO pieces and disbands it will he a came up." Knight,
press Company,or any Hallway Agent ol tlite city.
< 1.00
"'Li Stx very difficult matter find a place Following that came a comic charac.
,' I i4 J :: ','' Three .' .1)0< > should it ever reorganize.FLORIDA'S ter song-"Uncle John" (one of the DO YOU NEED FRUIT TREES?
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Ii: ,: r. I. Blnlo copy, .5 latest New York productlons-by) _
I 1'1 0 : Strictly 4tv*< Vance.i Maiden Ruth (Mr. W. M. Brown), whose
; I Citrus Trees at reduced prices. Are Stable
j' ,l'l'I 1 ,,''of 0 GREAT FREEZE.We get-up laughter.: put Ills the audience representation Into roars of the of budded at the ground on 1-year-old .CMckamauga Company .

;; 't ;; of country girl's first visit to Goth, m was Florida Hough; Lemon stocks.! 3,000 of
'h Teaho.ra00e1nofl1ethepaymeDt poutge. Chattanooga Tenn. 'Phone
: t' them Tardiff others Parson 3;,,
4 ) time publish on 2nd page of this quite realistic, and he was loudly applauded. are are '
Ii,011' ':I : 4. ;; r "; during; 8I1b.crllrtlmll the | tun commence any issue a careful and minutely detailed The "maid"' responded to the Brown, Ruby, Tangerine, Homosansa, TRIPS TO Lula Lake and Lula Falls, Lookoutl'oint, Point Park, Su
r t':{ 0 ; IJ, your.DiHcmntlnnanc account of the result of tbe encore in a suitable manner. Triumph and Common Grape l : ; ( A cornet duet-"King Cotton"-by each, $20.25:! per 100. tary Park, National Cemetery, Mission Ridge: Bragg's Tower, Phelp's TO',
;.F.rl! 1;"l'::1 & 41 f. h
{ .\ : "4 o' .....aIJyatiltla ofte< ( e''lJy..rIUng. February, 1895 (the latter of Young, was the next selection on the each, $40 per 100.
'//II, '. and Mandarin 40c. each. New Brick Stables, Eight and Chestnut Streets.
Satsuma
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', J"" which, the writer truly says, was programme, it being executed with
I. SAM. W. OIILS ::
'" j''! Qf ": JI' I,! Adrttms all commuivle Monii to "worse than having one's house marked ability and sweetn HB. Mrs. Lamb Orange, 50c. each. Manager
Seedless Fruit 50c. bach $40
Grape ,
Roswell Coleman the
I : (' 'j" INDIAN Ul VB* ADVOCATE, burned with insurance" and accompanied on .
H ., i ,;,:, 'i no ), pianoforte.Mrs. per 100. -
,,' ..HI ?' "TlTMVILLIt, FLORIDA. some suggestions as to the most E. B. Wager then favored the Also all of the varieties of peaches
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,4 ,: effective remedies, from the able audience with a solo, "When Sparrows that are known to be beat suited to this W. :B. DA-HTSO1T
\ South Florida section, including the ,
Build, which she rendered in the sweet
of that
.' ',I, pen practical orange grow. that has always captivated Titusvilllans. new Free Stone Orange peach, that
way -
S r Ckeketemaema4epayab1etOCIIARLEM er and well known writer Mr. II. and is the Wholesale and RetailWINE
I. 'f'tI!! Our people enjoy seeing Mrs. originated in Orange: county,
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I" fI ",a''': ,, the first two numbers of the paperare dramatical capacities. JAMES:: MUl.',
I 'j "' 'r. from An instrumental performance with ORLANPO XrusKiiy, Prop'r.New & MERCHAI
1 intensely interesting an LIQUOR
I f; I JI"J" known aboriginal
Kisa well ;
t I It \ HILLY, a cornets and piano, by Mesdames I Cole.
I historical Winter Haven Fla.
standpoint as affordinga ,
1 ,Ii ,I \ ; 1 of Ercildoune, Australia, man and Williams and Mr. Young followed
[ I: :, ;,1 lit,d recently in the hospital at true and reliable' history of that Mrs. Wager's: song:, and was well

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J F ,I' II' I ago and exposure. He la said to much pralxe. "When' I'at Malone Forgot
j. / .1 have been the last of tie fierce and orange growers, who are willing to That lie Was Dead," was the title of the Fine old Liquors Imported and Domestic Wines Havan
: -:: 'Hlii war-like Unllftrut tribe-of blacks. take the advice of one of the most piece rendered. ,

I, I, ,' competent of their number, who "Matrimonial Sweets," a vocal duet by -
I 1. ': *. \ has devoted very much of'his' timeto Mrs. U. W. Rhodes and Mr. W.M. Brown, :::;t Mexican and Florida Cigars.
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i' 'i l DC11ING the -ten! months ending careful was the next feature, and evoked a deal
and exhaustive
October 31st there. left Great a studyof of mirth, the participants entering Into FINE: : FANCY: GR-QCERIE
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': ;(,i':rr. \ the nature and growth of citrus the spirit of the song in a way which
,,11. V liritaia for Eaiglish speaking fruits in Florida.It seemed as if they-er-understood some- Permanently Located. WHISKEYS from $2.00 Per Gallon upwards. I handle no Compound Goc'

I" ;' ,: !I'f places prlnelpl ]lly,146,1)0.1) per. would seem from Mr.\ Wil thing about such matters.A Nearly opposite State Hank of Florida. rr: Price List upon application. Your Jug Trade Solicited.If .

.,1 : ;: ,,l! sons of British origin ;-fjS,83G; fureigners liams' article that in cases of real Way"-by ballad-Mr."The Roswell Church Coleman Across followed the- At No. 1 11 1 East Bay Street. you wish to open an account you must give first-class city referent
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',, I I :I!. and 3,288 whose national. necessity the signal service bureau and was accorded duo applause.Mr. ALL OPERATIONS GUARANTEED.

'i ,; :! ,/' .w'li ity was not distinguished. is of very little practical value, for Coleman's sweet tenor voice is heard Price will be as Follow>

," : Iot ,/ ,', although the reports gave warningthat from time to time on such occasions as (IoldFIllIngu.. /: ......... ........ ........* 1,00& up
q this, and his selections are always Other Fillings... .. .. .... .BO to 1.00
: : '," :: t.f 1'' : Tiix: Cuban insurrection does a cold wave was coming, they pleasing.Mrs. : Places .. ..... .... .. ...n..........., R.M) to 111,00 New Fall Goods. '
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Full
\1;" \i "I not appear to be much nearer a also said that the temperature Rhodes and Miss Albino Egger, Sets (very bunt) 12.00 to 18.00

f o : qJ1 final settlement than it,was in the I would fall as low as 25 in the in that beautiful selection, under the Irregularities corrected.
t. \ .' ; I northern of the whereas title of "Good Night," then found grace m- Your patronage solicited.
\ The and Insurgents state
beginning.
: Spaniards part ,
; !I .h ia the of the audience. The clear F. A. HENLEY, D.D.S., Manager.
'7 ,{ I according to their own I the thermometer registered 14 in soprano eyes of Mrs. Rhodes and Miss Eggcr's Phone 671. Jacksonville, Fla. An Immense Stock of all Kinds of Goods usually kept

\\t j uP;: 'f'I'' i i figures, have slaughtered :more, in Jacksonville, and 18 and 19 in rich alto were certainly a treat to those

I I, :. ,r I\'t' ij:I. number than the whole population( our own vicinity. .Mr. Williams who had the pleasure of hearing them. "General Stores:" DOMESTIC GOODS NOTIONS HAT

.; : of the island, but the supply of I says, with much truth, "the great The second part of the evening's enter. J. S. JOHNSON CO. ,
1r ., talnment devoted to the
was
trouble amusing Our prices are very reasonable, and we are prompt t
patriots inexhaustible. in dealing with this disastrous
: 'I:r: seems I farce entitled "The Mouse Trap," whichwas CLOTHING FtP.
t :, :: occurrence at the time was oretiented bv the followinar nartlci- Manufacturer of shipping. One can depend to get good value for I

'; : TilE annual report of the treasurer our complete ignorance of the real punts in a degree which created much money. We Sell to Dealers onlY.
merriment 1Mm. ....Fishing Supplies. -
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done. This trouble is
.,:t : of the United States for the damage Snmern (a yonnir widow), Mr*.'V.M. Brown Some "Special Bargains" In HATS, UNDERWEAR, SHIRTS, CLOTIItt

fiscal year ending June :30, flSOtf, now, to a great extent, obviated ; VVilllH.. Cauipbull' Ka Mrs.
Roberta E.
have the benefit of the knowl. B. WagerMrs.
t shows increase in the we .
an receipts Oirwen, Mm. K. W. KluiiluaMm ,' solute Bargains. Call on or addressBENEDICT
't from customs of .$7,8(53,131( from edge and experience of one of the Miller Mrs. H. J. Eufter: :
I r Mrs. BernIe Mr. Riwawell t'oltsiium.
r internal revenue sources, ,in In. most successful orange growers on Jane(a inulil, ), Mrs. F. B. Clmlfee POLLAK & CO.,

crease of $3,341,192 ; and from the East Coast to guide us, shoulda Each taking part made the most of his Cotton and Linen Netting; Rope, 32, 34 & 36 W. Bay St. Jacksonville, Fl

: miscellaneous sources an increase! repetition of the calamity occur. or her character, the young widow and Corks, Leads, Twines, Etc. Fishing
of $2,470,022 and decrease from The writer is very hopeful for, thefuture' the suitor for her hand being the leaders Tackle of every Description; Hooks, ------ --- -
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; In tlio scene. Jane (Mrs. Chaffee made
f v the sale of public bonds of ,$0.7- of the industry, and calculates (l Inlte "cute" little maid, and )cavrled, / Lines IvTAIU'ON:: Rods, Reels TACKLE, Sinkers A,BPECIALTY.Baltimore Baits, etc. JAMES PRITCHARD, President; W. M. BROWN, Vice-President;

*4 823, making a net increase of that next season fruit-bear out her part well; while the "lady call- C. Schuyler/ Cashier.
1' $13,580,125. Expenditures ing wood should give twenty boxesof era" seemed quite "at home" in their :Mel.
j were
reduced by $4,015,852. oranges where it now gives one, "Mrs.respective Somers"characters.had rather"Willis"a trying timeto and INDIAN RIVER STATE BAH

I and his estimate may be counted( /go through, but they succeeded ad- ..J. II. MENSING..
upon as being thoroughly conserv. tnlrnbly In It. It is said some naughty
IT seems to take a great deal to ative and reliable. boys remarked that they wished they (Incorporated under the Laws of the State of Florida.)
1id impress the lion. ,Win. "J.:: Wholesale and Retail '
upon had had a mouse to test In reality the -C.- oOoe
1 Bryan the fact that be and his pet courage of tho gentle Hex on the stage Authorized capital, $ t

financial schemes have been beaten.<' MUST BE SOLD, to make space, 100! that night,: ; although, we presume, had COMMISSION? MERCHANT ; :::: -- Paid up capital, $25,00
II This and lofty confidence} Tons of Cotton /Seed Hull ashes. Price their wish been gratified, the ladies in : \ Average deposits, $150,00
; supreme } $24: per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. question: would have been equal to the
in self-while somewhat amusing .Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate. Co., occasion, and have faced the music without -) Dealer in (- Banfci

c:5uV: i to witness-Is an excellent .quality,' Jacksonville, Fla. much trepidation.: Yes, we would Poultry, Eggs, Butter, Fruit, Vegetables Transacts a General
feel for the little
and has helped to win many battles sorry poor "cheese-nlb- etc. Consignments solicited.

t! ( ; but It is scarcely likely to A Reply to lUre Mott. bier""Willis"in was such around.company-especially if Prompt anti honest returns guaranteed. Easiness

1; N win a victory for such u remark.: The net receipts for the evening were ed Market quotations and stencils furnish Largest and Odest! Bank on the Bin
on application.
I ably defunct and beautifullyourieu ORLANDO. FLA.. Doc. 1. 1800. $22.01) which amount will iro towards
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; L; $p Issue iia the free and unlimited IS&itor Advocate : purchasing toys and other good thingsto 219 WEST ADANS ST.. Exchange sold on all Foreign Countriw I
make glad the hearts of the little I
f '; coinage of silver. :Dear Sir-In your valuable paper oft at Christmas. ones Phone 701) JACKSONVILLE, FLA. a .

ho 27th ult. is an article from James Reference: State Bank of Florida. jAS.PRITOnABDVT.B.BABSKTTI'reSl1fBof (
Ji'ott, of Winter Haven. In said article the National Dank of Jacksonville'' J.1XJKKEE k
: 'J1 THE INDIAN RIVER GUARDS. ho ..Booms to be a good deal exercised Malabar.I (Vice-PrenWent National lion
ovor.niy advertisement in the ADVOCATEand Sheriff's Sale. JackHonvllle), and W, M. Buowx. |

resorts to a vulgar story, to thelinprwttion CO.RRESPOYDENTS.a
I1i .T An opportunity offers for our carry Preaching at the school-house next _ Seaboard National Bank
that It is false. Allow me to and by virtue of an execution iHBiiad, I&wa. ', :National! Bank of Jacksonville. 21
: : military company, which is on the I stale ;through the columns of the pink Sunday, by the Rev. Mr. Howell. UNDER the Circuit Court for llrevard county -

ii verge of dissolution, owing as much paper fciat 1 am the sole owner and manager Miss Isa Forest was In Melbourne on Judgment, upon In a a decree cauxe In wherein Chancery the for Itoliblns a> money A,\ rt.'I".rUSVILLE9: : : :F1L1Lt.: .

i; ito unavoidable circumstances as to of A he Orlando Nursery, at Orlando Saturday, having dental work done. Graham Company, incorpoiateil it complainant -
and Jamell K.<: Mowinun in his'
'lol'ld.lund; James Mott nor any other CRI'"cl ty as
i; waning interest in its welfare, person .owns or controls any interest in Mr. J. T. Ware and family spent aherilf and, ex-otncio, administrator of the estate -
It which has been only too apparent said nurseries. All the orange, lemon Thanksgiving with Mr. R. A. Conkllng have levied of Louis upon rio and, derpUHCd will sell at is public defendant auction; I 1

lr :in the last few years to again come and grapefruit trees noli! last winter and family, o; Tillman. In front of the court house ,diior at TitllBVllle.cl MIAMI!
>lrln the legal/ hours of Hale, the first
andgot !( : upon
& to the front and take its rightful Mott sold on commission for me, Messrs. J. M. Minor, Joe Conkling and Monday In January A U 18DT to the hlKhext and *
i the tviKirt from me to till his orders. C. L. Howell, of Tillman, were in town best bidder for cash the following: described
place among the Florida State If James 3tott has a nursery at Winter Saturday, having Mr. Carroll, our real estate of the said LouU Plo deceased, In
.I Troops, and be a credit to the East Haven, 1 know nothing about It, and public, make out some papers. notary the hands of. to-wit the said: administrator to lie administered

Coast. We refer to the possible care loss. I d lo know that I have i 0,000() I An undivided one-thlr.llnters.' In the northeast -
g t4 organization of drafts of choice, biiddool orange, lemon and grapefruit The cold weather predicted for the quarter of the southwest quarter; sonth- Town Lots Now Sale
men at
trees; also poaches, plums, pears, first of the week missed us. We have i west quarter of the southeast quarter!' ; northwest on
down-river of southeast quarter and northeast
'J points, which could be figs, persimmons, 'roses, via., In large only had Indian summer weather, so far, quarter quarter, of southeast. quarter section IB,
d easily raised and soon put in work variety and true to name; anti no other and some days it was weather with tho township 37 south range 40 east. Also an undivided .
? 1 i'' ing order. We understand that in man hag a dolLar l : interest In them. I Indian loft otTo one-third Interest in the soutliwent
quarter of the northwest quarteruouthwet
'. r i the Melbourne and Eau Gallio would not refer t.) the article were it not Mnlabar' Sunday School will have a quarter of southwest. quarter; northwest quarter A. E. KINGSLEY General Agent For
t that the writer U .not known by many of Christmas. tree on Christmas Eve. Commit of southwest quarter. and northeast quarter ,
ti 1 neighborhoods there are at least the rosiden ta of Florida.OKO. of southwest quarter of section ID, cownshlp36so..tll.
present tons have been
appointed on decoration 4(1( east; and the entire Interestin
: eighteen 1 men ready and_anxious .to II. Wiuuirr. finances and programmes. We feel the southeast range quarter of the northeast quarter Mrs. Julia D. Tuttle
1ll! ;join me company, ana that the sure it will be a success, fet our people ,and the northeast quarter of the northeast
I quarter of section 33: township 35 south, range
1,4 citizens of those parts are very enthusiastic never do things: by halves. 40 east.

over the scheme, and THE GREAT DISASTER.ADDITIOJfAUCO Last Sunday little Frankle Arnald cel- FRED. B. WRIGHT, CHOICE BUSINESS AND RESIDENCE PROPERTYIn

: would do all in their power to help] brated her 0th) birthday. There were Elisor,
p ; put'it into effect. This 4 nine little people present, who were duo4-25 In place of the sheriff of Dravard Co. all parts of the Town. Selected
arrangement [ >TIO ;;D FllOM PAnIC 3]I! served with a tine dinner at one p. m. Carefully
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,&p would infuse new life into I
The afternoon was spent in games. At Fruit and
E.t..bll.he,1 1883.L Vegetable
1 the semi-defunct I. II. G's., and One important, and all things con 4 p. m. refreshments were served and as Lands on

would raise a spirit of emulation sidered, most remarkable fact in con the nun was setting, tired but happy :l\IinIui: ni'vcr aud 13iCRYC.
BARBOT & Ba.y
i i. U between each division, and give a nection with this terrible blow to Flori lot of children left for their homes. CO.

I i great and very necessary atimulU3 da's chief: industry is this: I Although no Our people had a royal Thanksgiving Correspondence Solicited from Actual Investors and Settlers.

L to the improvement of the drill of such disaster ever before ?>fell a stateto Day of It. They met at Mr. Chas. Iholton's General Commission. Main' Office Hotel Miami FLORIDA.A
our knowledge: yet there was no appeal in the morning and were joined MIAMI
the company as A whole, for each sent out for help. This (Act speaks by delegations from Grant and Valkarla U2 : ,

L draft would try to do better than volumes, not alone for the state, but for A most bountiful dinner waa served ia S :J Ja -
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their brother-in-arma at various the people who suffered In silence, and Mrs. .Uolton's big dining-room. Therewas ::. :a :g ila: !a -
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c- s. points. Besides the Melbourne went to work resolutely and energetically a bevy of young people to wait on ::3 0:::> i -co .. ctt is.--
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.' contingent Cocoa could to repair their fallen fortunes. the long table crowded with guests. The .S c:> .::i .o::.:.>.. .. 1:1:. FLORIDA CHILL AND FEVER TONIC.
probably A drought that cuts oft a single) crop afternoon was spent in game of various A.o R -
,, ''F l1 afford us.quite a respectable draft In the extreme western states calls kinds, music, recitations, etc. At dusk!
r I j and if this method Is pursued we Forth urgent appeals from the stricken 'the entire party adjourned to the residence 329 & 331 Poydras St.,

si } c f do not see why we should not earry districts, here to we save saw the the people labor from of years starvailon desroyed -- evings of waa Mr.spent C. C.In Carroll dancing.where)le*an.the NEW ORLEANS, LA. Every Bottle Warranted Cure any Case of Chills & Few,

a first-rate company to camp nextyear and the revenues cutoff for years Smith, Braddock and Well furnished I Canal Bank: Or
9, with a full complement of to come. Yet no cry escaped the lips of some excellent muslo. But In the merrymaking REFERlVNCKlt Metropolitan. Bank.CoaamereJal. .. Money Refunded.H. .
4 instead the. sufferers, u they heroically workedon. God not [ Amende
l ; men, of taking'two or three our WM forgotten. W
! t eta of four determined to know no such thiag feel deeply thankful that w. are well R. THOMAS,
4ndrIlled- composed' mainly of I M defeat in their chosen vacation.H. awl able to enjoy all of HU blessings. to r- If yon need any Job printing weiball Chemist and Druggist.

: bop, who pead half 9, W. ttM pens of nun. be pwued to get a share of it. La Villa. Jacksonville, FlaI ,



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Department of Agriculture weeks In hig Florida winter home, preparatory per, held in the River View hotel M t
,8. to entering upon his duties ASK the recovered
Bureau-Jupiter, Washington at Thanksgiving, was a success socially and bill a.
eather on Dec. 8th, when Congress financially. Rprpllca o G. G. SPRINGERManufacturer
convenes. Senator ufrrr, victim of
stateTbe Quay certainly has fever and ague, he
complLrative a beautiful home here, and what with J. W. & A. C. Brownrlgg and II. Kent, mercurial diseased
tWlDperature and rainfall for thee all the fish he can catch, ducks he of Orlando, are here, in their schooner, patient I how thev .r .
eot endinR Tuesday, Dec 1, (\. shoot and can the Two roverei\)health' ,cht er.ful Retailer and Of
Bachelors
e -180 venison he can procure, why for a few days. *pirlt and Rood Shipper
_180J-( should not life be one unceasing How of ,, appetitethevwdlllsllyou )
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MAX. MIN.rE'9 pleasure and E. Ingraham, of Bristol, Oonn., Is bv tnklnKfit' N. y
ux. 6d 80 74 happiness. the guest of Hotel Bellevue. lIe owns e MONS LlVfcK Rl.OU-

79 7.1 81 68 one of the bent and largest pineapple t LA l'UR. ICE I AND

,9 7.1 75 08a :MUST BE SOLD, to make space, IOU plantations In East Melbourne.We The Cheapest. Purest and Bent Family

;a 711 08 18 70 Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. 1'rice noticed the Misses Lillian, Conk- Medicine In the World I __-__ ___
68 78 67 $21 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. ling, lIenl'etttal'ck! ami Forest of For DYSPKPSIA CONSTIPATION 'a"n.
U dice nUiauttaitaukK.. : I 11 11'\ )AC It 1C.Colic,
76 ( 8 ,
d 78 6S Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., MdUbiir, on the south-bound train Sat Depression of Spirit., SOUR bTOMACll I: I : ;
j I ,0 6\(\ 76 69 Jacksonville, }o'I\. 1I1'11Iyevelllng! niter upending the day Heartburn, etc. this unrivalled remedy of U Distilled Water 1'
IT inches I in town. warranted not to contain a single panicle
the : :
for !
rainfall
but I I.
?] nfall I MKKCUKY, or any mineral aubaunce *
2S from normal ra for the I I. Miss Emily Tupppr, of Chapin, 111., Is UUIIYV VISUISTAISLI:,
ff inches. Departure Ormond. Ice Chests Freezers and Water Coolers
; plus 0,28 visiting her sister, Mrs. K. W. Butler, enjoying containing tlm.o Southern Routs and herbs Refrigerators, ,
: normal rainfall since January 1, our delightful balmy] climate which un all-wise Providence hna placml In
'
loos n WO:; : 'inches.V Observer The good results of the sound judg away from the cold blasts of the north- countries It will cur whi-ro all Dlseane liver. UIK,caused MIKH. moat by !)ere"s.prevail. FACTORIES...... .
CRONK
,
ment of the American people in electing ern winds. meat Tim ol SYMPTOMS th* liver and of Uiver llowels.Complaint are a Cocoa and West Palm Beach.

McKinley president is being felt every- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Andrews, of bitter or bud taste In the mouth; Vain In the .
where-even In the northeast corner of Eden: were the guests of Rev and Mrs.V. Hack, Sides or Joint,often mistaken fur UheumatiHiu -
Rockledge. Volusia county. Messrs. Perkins and I \ C. Barnes for Thanksgiving. Sir. Bowels;alternately sour Stomach romive; and Loss lax of) lIol1 Appetite< ;

Elmore, of Hartford Conn., have just Andrews took part in the base ball gameon Loss of Memory: :with a painful 1"ChOI SEEDSGARDEN and FIELDSEEDS. I II
purchased the S. D. Harwood the side with the having fuilvd to do Bnnietliin which I ought to
property, juniors lIe
hopes
thick .
addition is being built,, to the huvo been done Uebllltyi Low 5plrlt u
A large comprising buildings aud 20() acres ot to be with us at New Year's. yellow ujipuuianctf. of thu Skin and Kyeu., a dry I
ewKuckleuge hotel. solid hammock land; also] including the Cough often mlHtnken for Consumption.

About all the cottages are rented In live celebrated acres, "Island for which Grove Mr. Harwood," containing paid tho The residence Melbourne of the Racket president club, Mrs.met D.at the botnetune generally disease. at the many oilier rent of of very tliusn tho few d.s..lllle symptoms but,4ha and nttena LwtKM If not I Carry the MOST COMPLETE STOCK'of Strictly First- 1
vicinity. II.
,li Crown, List week. Tile club has
:$ ,OUO two years after it was budded. It Regulated In timerent wfferinj&. wretched
j J, White Is doing a number is said the new owners will enlarge the rented C. J. Hector's pretty lawn: and ores.,, U'ii boarding house, quite a of groves to eighty acres. will be pleased to nee their friends every Th. following highly esteemed. person altentto _
Liver KcKUlutonOen.
the virtue of 1 Simmons:
opJe baring arrived. Tuesday, during the next five months. i W. S. Holt Pre Ua. S.W It. R.Co.( Rev.. S3T: SEND FOR PRICES Before ordering elsewhere. All Seeds tested I
We understand "Favorlta" has been Ua. Col. K. K. Sparks. Alny.Gu.i
{ffe have a good shell road the entire sold to two from San Mateo, who will go The schooner Queen left hero for the J. R. Welder.; L.{ Perry MaHterson;,Esq.| Sheriff IJibb C..., efore sent out.
tiiEtli of the front, and no such beauti- into the bee business quite extensively.One Bahama Islamic last Tuesday morning! tia: lion. Alexander 11. Stephens\ L. CAMERON, Seedsman,
be found in the state. Chester McFadden in command. Frank I "Wo have tented its virtues. personally. and 125 East Bay St.. JACKSONVILLE: FLA
jl I drive can of the firm is now on the place, and know that for Dyspepsia tlillotmnuuK. and
Merwin has received one carload of hives of bees Powell, W. M. Ely and Howell :Smith Throbbing Iluajuclie It III I the best medicine the .
and Mrs. Wm. M. prom- for the remedie - -
jlr. went trip. Wo all wish our boysa world ever uw. W tried forty other
nent'residents of Milford, Conn., have and expects another car soon. This pro- safe and pleasant allll11l'e before Sitnnum Liver l KeRulutur but none gaveuamore
perty is portion of the old Below Grant voyage, surethey relief "ttthis Kuaula -
beautiful winter home. than temporary ; .
rived at their at the head of Bulow Creek, and was will have a fine time. .oe not only relieved, but cured *.* -ED.TELtOKAI'll A Fertilizer for Fruit c.-
.
ANU MESSbNOKK. MuCOtl, Os.MA
is formed !
being by
An organization formerly one of the largest sugar plantations The town election passed off quietly It/FACTtlltEn) ONI.Y IIV
-clisU, who are willing to tax them- in the state, as the remains of the List Tuesday, resulting In tho election of J. H. ZCILJN: A CO.; Philadelphia Pa.

\t\\e five cents a week for the purpose sugar mill will evidence, being immense, Frank Fee, mayor; E. P. Branch, E. D. ., .. ""The Ideal Pineapple Fertilizer "
f clearing the shell road of trash that and worth a journey to see. Mr. :Stabling Oslin, aldermen; Tom Nicholson and ---- C' - = ,

aturally falls from the trees; also all who has just Hold! the property, IK Addison Fee tied; S. F. Gibbs, asHUMSor; = = I
men of horses, ten cents a week in one of the heirs of the Bulow estate, and .J. II. ll.iker, marshal and collector; Roseland.Miss :Price $ 25.Oo :Per Tc>:n..

Mltlon.OU is now a resident; In Switzerland, his father Ch.is.: Campbell, clerk. GUARANTEED ANALYSIS :........

having been a banker in that coun- The entertainment and dance, given Caroline Cain Is visiting her slitter Moisture.... . . . . ,,8 to 10 Per Cent. \f,

CAN FIND the finest line of Fish- try.Von Molke Mr. Stabling, the famous married German the niece general.It of. by the base bull club, was a grand success Mrs. E. M. :Stokes, at Woodley. Ammonia I: . . . . .(ta to (0 u I]

ing River Tackle at the ever Rockledge brought store.to Do Indian not is said that when Bulow was In his ,of for her Mrs.beautiful L. C. Lockwood recitations renderedone in her L. C. Moore has purchased surrey, Phosphoric Acid, . ,.. . . ,/ft to (0 j'

fail to call and examine this fine stock. glory:( at Bulow] he had a field where he usual fine style; and Mrs. C. II. Stewart to run from the depot to tho Inn. Potash (Actual), . . .. .. . . ,CI I to H" '. jji
PAXTO.V- & HATCH, Rockledge. could plough a furrow six miles long in and Miss Maudo Powell gave some tine Guests will now have the choice of a Made exclusively from Bright Cotton Seed Meal, Nitrate of :Sod; Blond< a straight line. "Mound Grove" the land and a water conveyance.Mrs. I Dissolved Phosphate Fine Ground Tobacco Stems and ] of Potash.
music on the piano; then to Rev. W. C. I Sulphate)
make 100 celebrated place of Bud, Knox & Bud I, Is Barnes Is due much credit for his 1111111parts G. J. Hardee, of Miami, is visiting S3T" Write for directions, for using and further pnrtlcutuiH; also i ask for ,
CST: BE SOLD, to space, a portion of the old 1 Below place. Thereare of "Kootiotnlcal; for Fruit." Wo utork of all Fvrtlll '
in this entertainment, for lie took her parents, Mr. and Mrs. D. Cain. copy Fertilizing curry a large
Seed Hull Ashes. Price
Tons of Cotton hundreds of acres of rich hammock in xer Material Cotton Sued Tobacco Dust Potanh etc.Veito for, bo-
great interest throughout.The :She reports considerable sickness Mnal prlcoH
Ili per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. land on this grant in a wild state.NUMBER Miami, especially among the children, fore buying. Wo seek tho growers trade direct >
Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., NINE. pretty homo of .)(r. and Mrs. P. and attributes It to the poor quality of
Jacksonville, Fla. P. Powell was thrown open last Friday the drinking water WILSON & TOOMER ,
evening, when Mrs. Clara D. Maclean's
-Do you ever get chills and fever? music class entertained their friends Mr. and Mrs. John Goodo of Melbourne The Fertilizer House of Florida, ,

Reams. If so, try a bottle of Thomas' (Jacksonville with a delightful: musicale, the pro who have been visiting at Jacksonville Fla.
) Florida! Chill & Fever Tonic. gramme being as follows: Krclklouno Inn, returned home the ,,011of ,
Guarantees to cure with one bottle. Guitar, "Southern: Cross Waltz," last week, Mr. Moore accompanying
number of shipments beans were Misses Mutido Powell, Annie Goode, them. Mr. Moore returned In his i
jade: last week, and more would go for- Kmllle Beinclle, !and Messrs. A. J. launch, which he had/ left at Melbourne Fred'kS.Morse
-ml if the market was in better con- Banyan. Goode and Sam Martin.! several days )previously xx
ition. l'iano-"l\Iazllrka Droesena," (God- ,
Capt. J. Lynn and sloop Minerva were
Messrs. Maxwell and Wallace, two A little cooler whether would be acceptable ard); Miss Maude Powell. up the :Sebastian river on a short trip
oung men from :Michigan, recently to tho people of this vicinity.Mr. Butler.:Soug-"The Bugle;i" Master Clarence recently. Wo believe that the party I :=: AL ESTATE:: ::
rrtvcd here to work for L. B. Dawson.The with him were hunting land, with view ,
Guitar Ueh'eat Miss Au- II
-"Spanish
heavy northeast winds that vis- Regean In planting several barrelsof nlo Goode. ; to settling! ; but a few mosquitoes frightened
ted us several days ago did a great deal Irish potatoes for the early northern PII\1I0-0vertul'e, to "Poet and Peas- them away the first night, and they 1IX.A.1XX": : Dado Oo., I'L01LIn4Sti. <

(damage to the garden truck. market. l\Iissl\lattie Brown left wlthou 'CI'Ven going up to the place/
young ant; (Luppe)
AGENT FOR
S.itudray evening, a party of| eleven We understand Mr. Airth is going to Guitar-"First" Lovo;" Miss E. Ber- they were seeking LANDS OF --

eft the :Narrows dock in Capt. MoAllis- try hog raising on the Banana River nello. Mr. Gibson, the bridge tender, hail I
era naphtha launch. Stopping at marsh. Ho has lost some of his first :Song"Where there shall be no quite a time trying to lower the drawbridge Florida Kant Coast Railway Company,

tewart's landing, they proceeded to Pigs. night;" Miss Sue Hopkins. after letting the Minerva. through Florida Coast Line Canal & Transportation Company,

urprbe the Misses YVIgfield, which they Quite a number of friends and rela- Guitar-"Americau. Fandango;" Mr. last Friday. the One of the wire ropes down gave Boston A Florida Atlantic Coast Land Company. i
1al.tln.Guitar letting counterweight go
ssuredly did. A delightful evening was tives accepted an invitation to a Thanksgiving "Sounds from Mexico way to the bottom of tile river. The assistance -- .- .. -- .- --,-
pent, nevertheless and all have to and MrsB. ;
the home of Mr.
party at Sweet Home with variations of It. Bowler and D. Cain jr., Williprocure.l
Home, ; ;
,hank the Captain for one of the most J. Stewart, at Bovine, a settlement Miss\ Powell.Guitar and they managed to get the
leasant The Jacksonville Fertilizer Co.
outings of the The about
season. located on ft beautiful pine ridge, -"Spanish Fandango;" ]Misses ridge down again after considerable
i iE.
'arty was made up of the Misses. A. and halfway between the Indian and St. ,
'. Powell, Goode, Bernelle, and Messrs. work. New wire and fixings have arrived ,
Michael Dawson and Roberts and the stock
Johns rivers, in the middle of
[ems L. and Dawson, Curtis, hunt, range in South Florida. Late in the Goodo, Martin and Nicholson. to patch up the bridge again. STJI>XjO"\7\r, G-oxx'l: J.Janagor.: :

V. and V. Michael. the began: to arrive
afternoon guests '1 (LATE CHAPMAN A 8UDLOW.)
direction until there were
from every MUST BE SOLD, to make 100 PRESENTS of
besides space BEAUTIFUL consisting
less than thirty-six present, South Jacksonville Florida.
)OLLSI DOLLS! I DOLLS! I at Mrs. no immediate family. Huntersville, Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. Price bureaus, washstands toilet tables and ,

fl. W. Reynolds, Titusville. the Melbourne, Eau Gallie, UanYIand $:!M per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. other articles of chi\dren's fllrnltul'e\\ .- MANUFACTURER OF -

other places were well represented. At Little Bros. Fertilizer & Phosphate Co., gotten up very prettily,
the proper time all were Invited to a I. Jacksonville, Fla. as ornamental, at Mrs. Reynolds, TI. FERTILIZERS For Pineapples Oranges and

St. Lucie. table well loaded with all kinds of good tu vlIIo. ,

things; to eat, which had been preparedfor
the occasion by the estimable hostess, -Never fall to read our inside pages. I
vegetables and Dealers in Kind of Raw Material
'In the event of war with Spain, hadn't :Mrs. Stewart. After doing full justiceto You will always find something to Interest [Send the ADVOOATK an order for any Every ,

Capron better be resurrected and a the supper, excellent music was start- you. Job) printing you need.]
Cotton Seed Meal Tobacco Dust Kanit Etc Also
cw cannon mounted. ed up by Messrs. John O. Simmons and !

John Hopkins and the young people be- Tho Faan.o XXard''Ti.m.os; BrunelAmmonia I
Our school :: : w :
was augmented last week "
'1'f the addition of four pupils, making a gan to trip older"the light talked fantastic.of the many For WHITE'S COTTAGE Rockledge Flat .. ,. ,4 to S I per cent j
the ones
ice little number of twenty to handle.Col. while had to be thankfulfor Available PlwK. Acid. . .l II) to 8 per cent ( lor 114( -3.00 leer Toil.
things: they cause the Potash K 0. . . . ,(lIt01.ereent 1 )
Quay received two tons of coal they were thankful to Supreme Pleasantly located near tho large hotels. Large airy rooms. Good Table.
little Ruler over all things that we were not, Highest Commercial Valuo given our brands the last Bulletin. Write for
while ago, and at once a Spanish disastrous week. Prices. Orders for 2 tons and upwards for our brands will be delivered free ef all
PT came from Fort in the past year, visited by any Pure filtered rain water. Terms, $1.50 per day; $7 to $10 per
Pierce to investi-
'ato. up freezes, storms or any other mis- freight charges to any railroad depot on the East Count at catalogue prices, until
fortunes which have befallen other sections J. .T. WHITE, Proprietor. further notice.DUREN.

Astor and Adam! Summerlin filled their of our country; and that our beau- u. ___. .. ._ __ _
ow boat with fish in less than an hour, tiful Indian River country is so fast recovering -

G front of the St. Lucie house, not very from the effects of the disastrous NOW C>PEN'.... --..... & FEASTER......
oog ago. freezes of nearly two years ago. We felt

Fred. Russell, son of Jas. Russell, and thankful to again meet continued so many of untila our I GROCERIES FRUITS & VEGETABLES. Florida and
,
no friends. Dancing was
lias Hotel.
been
employed on Capt. Mc- New
,.ean', trade boat, left her at this place, late or in rather thanking very Mr.' early and hour Mrs.when Stewart all Rockledge Western Meats of All Kinds Crockery, Glass and Tinware.
'M i Is now attending school. A wise joined and after Your patronage, Solicited.
for their kind hospitality;
top, Fred. I
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of happinessand TITUSVILLE -' FLORIDA.
:wishing them many years f
Fade The Norma, Capt. John McLean's prosperity, the most of us wended I ::::ON INDIAN HIVEH::::
boat, homewards feeling perfectly
was anchored at our port our way ,
unday and Monday. She then left for satisfied with the evening's enjoyment.DON'T .

I"P-river"master\ points and,clerk.with Frank Chaffee as :eook 1eclge., Florida.: .::.:....:;...,.... ........, ':: .- teal Estate c./ .

CIIKISTMAS TOYS until -
Charlie Smith and Billy Buncorn, two you BUT have seen Mrs. Reynolds' stock II.: E. BEMIS, M'wr., Molionk Lake N. Y.. WILL s. THOMAS. : ,

broughtUr very deer into St. Lucie last :Miami:: : : : .. Dado Oo-, ." P"1.orl.d.a:

reek tin btlll, Charley says : "Deer lllly Melbourne. A cozy winter residence, home-like comforts, excellent table, northern help. Dealer In choirs) land on Ulscayno Buy; Residence properties and farm land.
woods; quail heap." at Miami, Buena Vista and Cocoanut Grove. Fine piece of :'JO! acres Bay front
The largest and handsomest trout we Orange grove In full bearing owned by the hotel. Hunting and fishing unsur property at Cocoanut Grove for 5XKj( Fine residence at Cocoanut Grove, $:.1OUO.

over saw was caught by J. J. Finn, of OOODK GOODE.-Real E'taf Liverpool amlGlebe Lotirat Cocoanut Grove from $WI) upwards. Eight acre of land at Buena Vista
.L-yn' a few days at the inlet for ;Ktna. Ixin.l.m and passed. Prices moderate. for f :JA.OO.! liuHlne block In Miami\ lot 100x1.10, with house.bringing rental of

''ldds Mr.( )inn Is an ardent ago fisherman and attention, and paid Imperial to the Fire intervals In..irance ot non 8cial|-re.i- :r :bend for Illustrated circulars. II. P. SHARES, $75 monthly, insurance paid up for one year, for |:'I,(OO.) .

laurels dally to his handsome denu. -
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'"ate hes. Proprietor, New Haven, Conn.

n. C. Eyer of HOTEL CARLETOELJlOUR E. FLA.- Phoenix The St. Co.
Cocoa
a paid our village Beautifully alt".tet on a high bltaff overlook Augustine Cycle
''lilt Pleasant call recently. Harry is pleas- 1011: the Indian, River. "t-cl"-{ aecom-
Company and \Ve and rates r."a"le. Upion
we luod"tlooa
P''Ioderstand<>, ma he Is an applicant for the 1'. ROUERTMO, Proprietor. The PlazaRocklecLfte.Hjtel. Has the best line of wheels

: tershlp of Cocoa. That town fj Diamond
'Quid make a Digger mistake. PRIVATE BOARDING'onntaln l Heights HOUSE. 1IIel\.rne.:-The Goode I. and sundries in the state. All
-
TOlD house on
Russell, a lad of 14, following in now to the pnblln For tforn. wbireas -3 Excels.
:be open UOHIJ1 (f)
footsteps of his illustrious predeces- 1I1R.. R. W. ( Kinds of, bicycle repair work

a'Qr few f, descended! a gopher hole, bead first, and other Ladies done. I
'f days ago, in the pineapple patch and two sons were in neatly
lames R. W. Beaujean Florida.
otb hard Paine, and extracted a mam- town on Saturday, on bu ines.. ; and Gents In Stock. F. W. BEERS Prop.
hell from rte depths. Jim ,"
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of
to W. Stephens, -- -- --- -- -- -- -- ---
tal; Investigate 'gator boles in the Geo. M. and Chas.

One manner dollar year ago. Chicago are the guests of .Hotel Carle- ...C>N' XN"ZX.A.N") R.Vh7FIt.; : THE DECANTER.,

thirty-seven and half
one
eOls pas' the price paid for- two chick- ton.V.. I. Metcalf rejurned from Ohio lout

lit,III ?'. Lucie a few days ago. Jimput Friday, and left for Palm Beach the next modern Convenience. itenak
? them In a box. their heads Large airy rooms, Fine View of Indian River. Every Loaley .

I1fle for gout, and told three shots with day.Mrs.. Ciara D. Maclean was the guest Sailing, rowing, fishing, bunting, riding and driving
pended 2;i cents. Nearly a box of 44' of Mrs. John Goode, from Saturday until Foreign and Doffltttle Brands of ,WInw Bl'IJId1esjl;, Bums, Gins ud Whiskies,

,'o'irtOn.the.ere death-de the chicken Uni miaaln.anc'mh Monday.Mr. S. H. PECK ropriotor. ,-. Bottled Boer ..lies lid ,I Stoat,-.-"-- ._ ,

rr killed both of them.brother and Mrs. W. H. Tenders Bella A First-class Line of Cigars. ... Billiard and Pool,,Tables. :
Mich.
the Partner of The Arlington, Petosk y, s summer hotel a
?ator Qua y.. son sad .ix Orlandof were gueate Also Managlaff Family Mid hotel trade solicited..., Prompt and oarefiil attention irjt.n to mall
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tor..... 10M from aaa r. *.. The e hlllre np- with a,capacity toy 900 gnwta. order Caeb strut accompany your ovdw.-'.LO8LJBT A BXNAXXK,Tlttuville,FU.' fi
iliad. a p stay of three The Chrtatian Endeavor oyster I
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"I TWO PAPERS FOB ONE 1 80CIKTIK8. ETC.
A THE FARMER'S REAL GRIEVANCE.

:i i' m trot Lek of Money In the Conntry bat "Saved My Life" PJJICE. KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.

N ; of n nklng Facilities In Country DUtriet Bemlnnle Lodge No. 36. holds. tin meeting; at V
M' *-Mr. Shearman's Prod Xtemdy. A VETERAN'S STORY. An Opportunity to Get the "In- the Court house, the Unit four Thursday evenIngs .
i \ of each month at 8 o'clock p. m.
M1 dian River Advocate and
w L. T. COODY, S. D. GEIGER,
Why has Canada no currency question "Several years ago while In Fort the
Florida Citizen Together C. C. M. of F. & K. of R. & B.
t no cry for cheap money and no Snelling Minn., I caught a severe at u Greatly Reduced

I'p'' I campaign against gold? These are questions cold, attended with a terrible cough ICate.

which Mr. Thomas O. Shearman that allowed me no rest day or INDIAN RIVER GUARDS.

i4 E answers very' effectively in the London night. The doctors after exhaustIng The Florida Citizen Is now one of the( Drill at the Armory over county Jail everyTuesday

; Times of Sept 11. most complete in the United evening In the T"rzANTazaCaptaln.
O "i their remedies, pronounced my newspapers A. .
4, (1i; Briefly summarized, Mr. Shearman's """"" States, outside of the great metropolitan
1,': Kt4)'\)( explanation of the discontent among case hopeless, say.. centers. Its type are set entirely by

': al ,.I ;:4f;:: farmers, which has lead to; the ridiculous ing they could do no machinery, and its printing is done on INDEPENDENT ORDER GOOD ..TEMPLARSTltunville .

t a.' demand for free silver, is that most more for me. At one of Hoe's large presses. Steam and \ Lodge No. 17 meets every Tuesday. t '

:q '!' farmers in the west and south are deprived this time a bottle ofAYER'S electric power both are used, and telegraph evening 7:30 Ant: ) In Presbyterian In each month.church. Public hgNGG
meeting Tuesday
wires Ga
are carried directly into the
J',. of the benefits of banking facilities. C. A. GARDNER, G. W. SCOBIE
office. The best of material is
1 r !''S,I They seldom see or use a check employed I ttee't. C.T.
in every department, and most of the :,
t\'I: and are unacquainted with the benefits v
.? \ Cherry Pectoral members of the force are old and experienced -
o, ,: of banks and bank credits for this was journalists. The news of the
,
''.,f j reason then is a great scarcity of currency sent to me by a world is obtained from the Associated CHURCHES. Y

i in most rural district The friend who urged Press, and that of the State from representatives

? jjif .:.I tl .'country; store" supplies in part and in me to take it,which stationed in every importanttown. EPISCOPAL CHURCH.

a'' r; a crude and costly way the credits I did, and soon after I was greatly The greatest; care Is taken to obtain Services the 2nd and 4th Sundays la each l

i; which tide many farmers over from one relieved, and in a short time was correct reports and to avoid false month, at 11 a. ui. and T::00 p. m. Sunday scboo

M', MOD to another. Because of the great completely cured. I have never bad and sensational rumors. Particulars of every Sunday at 9SO: a. m. Evening service. prayer at I
low criminalities and other matter unfit .p. m. on Wednesdays. Litany every
tell risk involved, the storekeeper by charging much of a cough since that time for household reading are excluded. In Friday at 10 a.. m. A
;' high prices for his goods and bpaying and I IREY.| B. F. Baowx, Rector.
firmly believe Ayer's Cherry politics the paper Is soundly 1 Democratic,

low prices for farm products, Pectoral saved my life."-W. H. following the principles laid down by SAFETY I COMFORT QUICK TIME I LOW RATES !

H'-M'J really get from 88 to 40. per cent inter- WARD 8 Quimby Av.,Lowell,Mas Andrew Jackson, and refusing to lend METHODIST CHURCH. I

I eat on the credits given to the farmers Itself to temporary crazes and schemes Regular services every first third and fourth Finest Cuisine and Service. No Transfer between Jacksonville and New, York.

8 y Of course such interest eats up all of AVER'S for private advantage. The Daily Citizen Buncfay* at 11 a. m. and 7:00: p. m. Epworth Sunday The Fleet Is composed of the following Handsome New Steel Steamers i"Comanche"
at 10:00 a. m.
4 the of class of farmers ia believed to have a larger circulation School every Sunday :
profits a large League each Sunday at :2:00:: p. m. Prayer meeting "
IK A/' The country; storekeeper really does a than any other dally Journal south every Thursday night at 7:00: p. m. The (new), "Algonquin, "Iroqnols, "Cherokee, "Semlnol!,,
of Atlanta and east of New Orleans. Ladles' AM Society meets every Wednesday
banking business in a clumsy and costly Cherry PectoralHighest I
J I.IIII The subscription price of the Weekly at 8:(HI p. m. Everybody' welcome at our church North-Bound.
Local banks, such as exist In'' services.
way. Citizen Is $1 a and that of the Steamers are appointed to sail according to the tide. I
Canada, would furnish the farmers ; Awards at World's Fair. Citizen year, F. M. C. EADS, Pastor. From JACKSONVILLE FLA., (calling at Charleston), Sundays, :Tuesdays and Thiinmi! J
Dally $8. We will supply the .
CHARLESTON. S. C., > Mondays Wednesdays and KrliUil,
with credits at about one-fourth the From
AYH1 PIUS art l.dlgwtlo. ud Nutate INDIAN RIVER ADVOCATE and the For hour of sailing see "Clyde Line" Schedule, or Jacksonville and Charleston daily i>an.|' |
: *: vi cost of store credit With such bank Weekly Citizen together for $1.75, or the PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. SouthBound.Steamers .
+ r the farmer. could soil their crops for INDIAN UIVKU ADVOCATE and the Dally
Services every Sabbath at 11 a. m.and to sail from Fler 20,East River,New York, at S p. m., as follow,
+ 1i checks deposit them in banks and take Citizen for 800.) A specimen of Gardner are appointed ;
'H
copy Sunday school at 9:4ft: a. m., Ch""" S. C. Mondays Wednesdays and KrMa\
P' + up their discounted notes in this way. Car* or Bamboo :Yurnltnre. either the Dally or the Weekly Citizencan Bunt Prayer meeting on Wednesday eveningat ForJACKSONVILLEFL1.callingatCharleston( ), Mondays, Wednesdays amiClyde's Fntb;
X4 6 be obtained by sending a postal card 7:30.: The public are cordially Invited to attend
} The farmer knows nothing of this The pretty and inexpensive bamboo our services.

4 t method of conducting transactions and furniture so much used now requires to Florida.to the office of the Citizen, Jacksonville, H. M. GOODBI.I., Pastor St. 'Johns River Line.DE .

,; 'I1 ; thinks that his needs can be supplied be treated differently from the ordinary ----__.

}! ; 'l only by making more money-cheaper wooden furniture. As bamboo is liable ( BARY LINE)

; t1 r money if necessary.I to crack and come apart it must be STAGHilda GLINTS. BAPTIST CHURCH. The Elegant; Iron Sldewheel Steamer

; The farmers, therefore, make no treated to counteract the i ill effects of dryness Preaching every second and fourth Sundays CITY OF JACKSONVILLE.
I Spong, the Australian
(',1 } efforts to obtain better banking facili in the room. According to one authority actress morning and evening. Prayer Meeting every
ia on her way to London."Trilby" Wednesday evening at 7:00: o'clock. Sunday CAPT. W. A. SHAW.
+ ties Instead they work and vote' this furniture ought; to be exposed School every Sunday at 9:48: a. m. Also preaching to sail as follows 1
Is appointed
against banks and bankers at every op to the air whenever possible. Do is reported to have cleared first Sunday at LaGrange Invited; Second to attend.Sunday, Leaves Jacksonville, 3:rfM) p m,Sundays! Tuesdays and Saturdays for Palau
not over $15,000 in six weeks at Melbourne.Sir 011.11.11111. All are cordially Kntedrrise and Intermediate landings on the St.John'a River.Leaves ]
portunity.; They tax money and other place too near a Are, and it should B. A. GEIOER Pastor. Sanford Wednesdays. and Saturdays for Jacksonville. '
I Mondays
} ) loanable capital at :3 or :2 per cent be rubbed regularly with equal parts of Henry Irving begins rehearsing Sanford .OOa.m.,

," 4 while demanding that interest be reduced linseed oil and turpentine applied witha "Cymbeline" at the London Lyceum in SOUTH BOUND. SCHEDULE. NOHTH Four
I t' 3 thus flannel and then a fortnight. CATHOLIC CHURCH. Read dOWD. Head up.
to cent drive rubbed in with
+ per They a soft ............. ............
.........................Jackaonvlll. Arrive 3.30a.
i r away the very money they are so eagerto cloth. An occasional wash in cold water, Adrienne Dairollea has been engagedby Services at 10 a. m. every Sunday(Gihlldren'u! In new Leave" 3.30 8.45 p.p. m.m. ............................Palatka............................ Leave Rio p. I
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get. In tome sections of the south it Followed by a thorough drying, ia good Daniel Frohman for his Church building North Tltusvllle. 8.00 a. m. ........... ... ....... .. Actor.. ......................... 8.001''.
1 productionof catechism at 8 p. m. 4.80 a.m. .......................8t. Francis......................... 1.30. :
ia 60 or 75 miles to the nearest bank. For bamboo furniture.Tell ".Lea Deux: GOII 8L" Rev J.O'BOYLB..Rector. .. 5.30. .. m. ........................ Beresford ........................... 12.00 ca
I r They prohibit branch banks, such as exist .. 8.00 a. m. ........................Bllle Bprlngs.......................... 11.30..
Zelia de Lusaan was the star entertainer ........................... "
i in Canada and Scotland the Arrive 11.30.. m...........................:.B..oord. Y00a.
to great ... ...................... 9.30..
Papa to Try It. at a reception given in Londonby Why will you buy bitter nauseating 9.23 .. m. .......... ... .Enterprl
4 1 l '' 4 Advantage of remote country districts. Take a copper ball of about three Henry Labouohere.W. tonics when Grove's Tasteless Chill .. .... .... .. .......... ......80.Fla. Railroad Wharf (Sanford)............ ................1250 p.

.The nemies farmers to them what is Ives most are needed the great in inches in diameter, such. a big doorknob S. Hart Is specially engaged for Tonic Your druggist Is as pleasant Is authorized as Lemon to Syrup.refund Gen'l Passenger and Ticket Off Ice, 204 W. Bay St., Jacksonvlll

for instance, and it in the heroic in
r wrap up A leading part the coming
I their where it falls to
communities--first class banks of the In every case
rl deposit and discount. Mr. Shearman linen handkerchief; then place a red- production of "The Great Northwest" cure.money Price, 50 cents. 23-10-07 J. A.LESLIE,Supt. JNO.: L.HOWARD. Fla.Fri Agt. F. M.IRONMONGER, JR., Fla.lea AI|
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Y hot cinder on the top of it, and it will JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Shannon baa
4J 4i makes this clear. He that Harry closed a contract
I point says continue to burn without igniting or with Lillian Mortimer THKO. O. Eooiw,T. M., A.J Cots General Passenger Agent, M.H. CLYDE A.T.M |
and will star
Canadian farmers "have suffered from
I I' browning the handkerchief. "\TrANTED-FAITHFUL MEN OR 5 BOWLING GREEN NEW YORK.
the fall of prices and from every other The metal being an excellent conductor her next season in a repertory of his V V women to travel for responsible \VM. P. CLYDE & CO., General Agents,

j.' alleged result of the single gold stand absorbs nearly all the heat developed own playsWilson established house in Florida. Salary 5 Bowling Green,New York. 1'1' So. Delaware AT.Philadelphia]

ard to the same extent as the farmerswrath by the combustion of the coal. Barrett, it is whispered in (780( and expenses. Position! permanent.
t ', of them. Yet there is no bi metallic Pearson's London, has for some time been married Reference. Enclose self-addressed

1 league in Oanada, and the cry for Weekly. to Maud Jeffreys; but the matter has stamped envelope. The National, Star MALLORY STEAMSHIP LINE.

t ; 1 cheaper money is not heard. Canada been kept a secret.A Insurance Bldg., Chicago. jan29,07

: i I!,;' J baa not only enough money to supply A Crass For Gray. unique play is reported a big hit

I J! I, I all of her own wants but also lends There Is in Paris a craze for gray, dull in Siam. Queen Victoria is the heroine, : -Samples of "Palntoff" may be. had Florida New York

!;t JI I J such great amounts in the United States gray, smoke gra, yellow gray blue who goes to war with the king of Siam, I at the ADVOCATE office, free of charge. Philadelphia and Boston.

't'ftl't. ,"" that jealous American bankers some ray, only gray. Combine it how and and, being vanquished, eventually mar
t times try to shut Canadian money out. with what one pleuHus a gray gown is ries him. Sailing from Brunswick, G.., direct to New York

I /\ II : \ Mr. Shearman sees what too few as uecesnary as a silk lining. One of theirettiCHt Beerbohm Tree's next American tour, PASSENGER SERVICE.

: I! j v i oem to seo-that the farmers have a is at homo toilet of RUBBER WHY NOT HAVE YOU' "Ail
an gray beginning in the autumn, will be of 12 TAMPS Steamer. train leaves Jacksonville (Union Depot),
I + I !IW Teal monetary or currency grievance. and white, the satin skirt very full and weeks' duration and will include only WORK DONE BY QUICK RAIL," F. C. It: P.R. R.. on Thursday only 4:(XI p. in. Arri'l
Be has indicated what is the1 Brunswick 7:30: p. in. Passengers going at once on boat Itearner.
,, i I lI'if.! probably plain but for figures of white lace epliqnod four cities New York Boston, Washington CHEAP AND 1 A RELIABLE 1BFASS J
1 !. only way of giving relief. He offers > upon it. Tho border has a full and Philadelphia.One flRM. STEEL DIES.WAX Through car without transfer Jacksonville, to Brunswick! ]
/ ,\ d j:1. something positive. That the farmers vest of white mousseline sole basques SEALS.BRASS CHECKS
/ I' advertiser in an English dramatic PROPOSED SAILINGS
are not willing to take the only remedy
J'lf, and a largo capo collar with lace edgingand paper wants "a colored man; must be Lv.New York Pier 21 E. R., 3:30.J.: m, (Standard Time.) Lv. Bnm> M
1m' for their ills and the quaok free
: prefer insertion. The belt and the folded tall; and of dark complexion" and another S ,,,,, : Friday, Orb 9..............................COLORADO..................... ... ...Friday. Ort !
} 't} silver and cheap money remedies only collar are white with choux of lace : Qji Friday, Oct. 10.............................RIO GRANDE.......... ...... .......... .. .ltl..y, Oct.
't prolongs their sufferings and makes a socks to introduce a new song w .. IN Friday, Unto :113....,.........................COLORADO.... ..... ...,.. .............Friday< ("'t.
I.t'I Never has lace been so much used as which "must be sung iii pantomime. nom.v... 11AOIII YA Friday Oct. 80) .............................RIO GRANDE....... ...... ...... .....*Friday'' > :\-'.'
''r 1 /. 1 rational solution of the money question now. It plays a moat prominent part; on Friday Nov. 6................,.............COLORADO...........................Friday, hurl
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,1 mOTe difficult and uncertain.I all gowns and hats, no matter what; the --- For jreneral Information, trains rates, eto.. apply to any railroad agent! or to I
j.G' I''f'' I material, no matter what the color. Its A. P. MURPHY, Agent, steamersi.. CkAS. DA VIES.Agent, 220 W. Bay St.JacknumiM
"f ; Jingle and Jangle. H. H.RAYMOND, General Southern Agent Brunswick Ga.
.I I l1 I ; Jingle and Jangle are two little bulls made into butterflies and stiffened into C. II. MALLORY,General Agent Pier 20,E.River and. 3U2 Broadway, N. Y.
'
\,!' I That jlngla. and !Jangle all day shape for millinery purposes. It Is used Things to Make the Thoughtless Think
t1 y And j jlngla ring sweet' with an accent that to cover waistcoats. when the silk maybe

1 J tell.* > deemed of too deep a shade. It THAT THE RIDER OF A
I : 1 Of Utthtsomeiiess, and May
I I' ttanslriua: and sugar promise and honey and bees softens and beautifies everything it ....................................................... .......................,....,...............
d I I Rainbows and butterflies wing. ouches and is most popular in the yellow A Boon to Florida !

., Bird wags and brook eooK..d. widespread-, shades which are becoming to a KEATING BICYLE:
t Ing trees the Next to blue and
Of Joy little Jingle bell sings! complexion. gray, ................,......,..........,...,...... .............................,. ......................
.i i white are all the rage following in the
J, Jingle and Jangle are two little belie vogue of the delft ware. Blue foulards Enjoys his trips more than other riders
I'
'. ,' That jingla and Jungle al) day. scattered over with great white bouquets BECAUSE Water !Works for Your Homes
And Jangle ring 1 birch wltb an accent that His wheel, is The chain ,
S.I tulle are seen everywhere. The shop lighter. long gives easy move-

,, Of darkness, foreboding dismay, windows are crowded with them; the ment. The polish of the bearings aids that glide-that
fitorraeloud and vinegar wormwood and gall, boulevards) and promenades abound in easy glide-that pleases.Art Etc., under your own Control )

( I Toad tongues and poisonous things, them. The combination is to be foundIn i Owlet and. ravens and dream that appall-
I I' .' Of wo little jangle.bell rings! expensive and cheap fabrics. Still its KEATING WHEEL CO., Holyoke Mass.
II' popularity haa not abated one jot.-
Ten, jingle and Jangle are two little bells
t THE
Paris YOU FURNISH WATER WE DO
Letter. ;
,, ; That jingle and jangle all dny.q 1
; And the one that you listen to strangely compel t
1 Not All 0..... THE REST

'' I \1' 'I Behavior that' sure to botray. "Madge, did it do yon good to go out
80 listen to Jingle and be a good boy.
J/ n, To jangle, oh never give ear Into the country; ?" Used with open and driven wells
''II A. Dd.T.oar day will, be merry and bobble "Well, I gained fire pounds, but I
with Joy springs and lakes. A few minutes workat
JOlt my grip on 'eye-ther' and 'ney-
I .111! While aadnewi-William wl11l1ey.r 8. Lord come In lI"arl Bt Nicholas! ther.'."-ChioaKo Reoor an air pump delivers the water all

; I t over your house with pressure. No cost
_._,._ SEE THAT CURVE.
( to operate. No windmill or overhead

J tank. Simple and durable. ,

'I Get Many thousand dollars Write or apply for particulars to the BUCHER'S. "
Pneumatic Water Work : ,
I ADVOCATE, or toDearing System. -
worth of valuable articles
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Y y Your suitable for Christmas FREYER & BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Parslow & Co., For either or Domestic Public Pnrposes.

ira D ear I n", Parslow & Co., l
gifts for the young and (Successors to THE A. B. CAMPBELL CO.) TAMPA, FLA. A.H.P..LOW.MCI" ; 3V
m as v..... .loA.
I: 1' old, are to be given to Pianos Organs and Musical Merchandise.A -

1'C i ifts smokers of Blackwell's o :a: s. ::er.: CO .
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Genuine Durham To- CIIANCE OF A LIFE-TIME-PIANOS AND ORGANS AT A SACRIFICE.

I We purchased In January last the Immense stock of Pianos, Organs, sheet DEALERS IN -

Free bacco. You will find music and musical Instruments of The A. B. Campbell Co. We are closing out F'ine Winejs and LicLLW

l't the stock of Pianos and Organs at unheard-of low prices, to make room for a full
9 i ; one coupon inside each line of the celebrated Conover, New England, Schubert; and Klngsbury Pianos. 417 4k 419 W. Bay St.,

We have the following pianos, which are worth from f 100 to $200 more than we JACKSONVILLE '. FLA.
"it
two ounce bag, and two ask for them :

j CODo..r,style K,wal. ............... ......1110 Haloes Bros., styles, man...................$2oo\ Rye. and Bourbon Whiskies from 1.75
; coupons inside each four .* K, eb...... ........... SUflw Schubert, 16.................... .... 278 to gallon.
Blaekwril's. .. J.eb .......... ....... ., ,. :2w, ) Malcolm Love, _I.................... 2Ho Brad from$1.7S to 13.7S per gallon. I
of Blackwell's .. .. J.wal.................... .... aw, Steinway eb........... ........ 2flo ZT: -W.nuke a of -----
North
ounce bag N N M..b....... ........._..... ... *H> Everett eb................... rtsKlngsbury Ina ]Mountain Dew Specialty Corn Caro-
u N K. waI.............. ...... 323 style R eb......._....,......... 3-JD old,$l JSO Whiskey, three
Durham. Buy a bag of < liH-- HcCaramon, style 2'J. wal.... .... .. .. Silo A.b........ ..M.... ... 3ooKnatM ;years per gallon.
I .. .. 2'J. mah.......... ... ..... 300 Grand ...................... !*>oStuyresant Jage-I cat., Met,2 gal.,SScts, S gal.Puttee .
this celebrated tobacco [ N 7, wal...... .. .-.. ....... 178 eb ........ .._... tie 1OMe.! J IJ
N N T, eb..... .......... . 21\0" wal.................... 9no $100. LN. .It 10 gal., $1.78; "bbl.,
i and read the 1 Halne. llros., II, .b.............. ..... .2011I> NewsJiy Evan eb..................... I'M:
coupon- DURHAM N N N a,sb...................... 175n Jas. H.Star, eb............._.._ lieN living In Dry Town will do
a which list of valuable .. a, mall................... 1*> Morris loo well to order from as as we can save f'
gives a
:. have had them re-polished andput' them M per cent on all orders.JSTAJways .
Some of these pianos have been rented, but; we 4

t presents and how In thorough order, and we guarantee them to be satisfactory or money re w.: will not open send.money.. accounts with orders.unless. I F1

r '' T funded. We furnish .a stool, scarf Instruction book and delivered f. o. b. Jacksonville suitable Jacksonvnlareterenesis' given.
'to getithem. ; cash or Installment. Sheet music at half price. Write us. No Good sent C.O.D. to Dry Town
i ''r 'I Agent for Indianopolls Col
F FREVER A BRADLEY MUSIC COMPANY Brewing ,
Brewer and Bottlers,
Indianapolis, lad I BBlS IBHorculec
34 E For yUa Street;, Jacksonville, Fla. ". t
Malt Tonic,p. ..per'
per case; Clayton A BjaseeU Wild CHerry BrandT$4


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Sessional Cards., WHITE IS FASHIONABLE. ::EJcrmLS.. r Tu-i I''i F L.ORIm: l ..i t

:=- Bvoomlnt n lt. For Stoat People-WhltPvttlomU \ .,

m/ A eBn GRAHAM,,, WILTxRB.llsaa.as.pBBLVS Large; rovers and Fa.hloni.bl.collars' of Acatn.whit silk, EAST COAST HOTEL SYSTEM. .is}

with applications of butter colored loco
-AT-LAW, and ;.t
ATTORNEYS embroidery, are having a decided ,

noCB8-From: () 12 a. m., vogue; which will probably continue C. B. KNOTT, Genii Superintendent. J',
pim.
flel and 2 to 4 through the Inter- also. (corselets bol..rosBnd
Co. Florida. wide belts fltt- Brevard ,
TITC8"ILL, appropriately designated corselets In em- bT. AUGUSTINE,
a'x, ,loo. .J
I an all the courttate and fedtfWeetiee
Alcazar
pracUoe :
'11JOS. I
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examining Mid perfect-
..,.Ial > I for I'. GUKAVES, Manager:( !
,d Open November) first toMuy Ihst. ..\


CARY.ELIVES, Casino 'I
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NOTARY PUBLIC, I A. M. TAYLOR, Siipeilntomlent. _.r'
Swimming Pool. Russian mid Turkish DI\I1I1I. '
STATE AT LARGE. s HOTEL ROYAL POINCIANA, .. "

taxes paid for non- PALM BEACH, LAKE WORTH. Ponce de Leon. # I. ,i ,
Typonfa' and accounts collected, :
Correspondence ,solicited. OPEN JANUARY TO APRIL. ACCOMMODATION FOR 1,018). un.r.IS.Ii; MURRAY, 1IIan'l: e1'1I. tj'S :.
etc.
Open January to Apiil. : '
itusvillo, Florida.TILLER FlmD S'rEillt1Ilanagor.. '. "- "
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.- Cordova, .,
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[ & KENNABD, Rooms only., Open dining February and Match.: : ''i

ARCHITECTS. '; fi :. ;* H.'1 .> :

I ORMOND. _. .
I IANDb:11RON
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':ast Coast business will have prompt t The Ormond r : I,j'
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nlloo..JlPA.. & TRICK;, Managers;' '

- FLORIDA. Open December to Apill. j
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r i 1 Ih!' Rfl PALM: BEACH, \ .:
flXOK S. JONES, ''' '
r Royal Poinciana : '.L
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ATTOKNEY-AT-LAW. KKii: ) STKKKY: Mnnnger. :, :
Open January to Apiil. .
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rrsVILLE, BREVARD CO., FLA HELIOTROPE COSTITME.broidery \"t' '

County Judge of Brevaid County. white, appllqncd or In lace on velvet part, ecru satin and or a part silk Palm Beach Inn I'\.' t. ,'ii.,' }

of tho same color as the costume are very "';'." :'i'" '
KHK1 STEHUY, 1Irllnll CJ'. ) "
much la mode I t.
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L. DODSON Open December to l\Iny. '. ; .
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Speaking of belts and corselets, there !snow >
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a fashion very fortunate for women ,
DENTIST. Inclined to too much plumpness, of belts Palm Beach Casino .' C""' : \:
forming point in front and finished at .
Office over postoffice. the back by two long coques, which complete TIlE HOTEL .ORMOND, K. A. WATSON, Superintendent, >:. ,.. 'J I j
the of the waist Salt Water Pool. :Suit "
curve satisfactorilyand Swimming Diithlng.; .y :
decrease! the importance of the hips If OnMOJl! -o:- "11-1: IA .IFAX. Fishing from Ocean' ,I'hlr, 'I t ,, r\k\ :,11 I
FLORIDA.
risviLLK, (. ,
: they are a trifle too wide ,"" }; I
Accommodation for HOO guests. Rates, $1; per day and ul>wluds.
White petticoats are again having their
MIAMI, 1
L. GAULDEN Innings, and in spite of silk, satin and Open from December until Apiil.ANDKUSOX .
Palm :''i
l other luxurious materials, there nothing A PlUCK, Managcm. Royal :

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, quite so feminine and dainty la white, ____ II. W. MERRILL, Malinger.\
n un.
'Ihinntkein' all the Court of the State washable underwear after all. There am -- - On BiHcayno Uuy. Open January 1, 1$1I7. J
'ii""nil,la,and the United States Court women who will wear no other kind, except :. ribbon Is placed at the crossing of tho I CORONADO.SURF'BATKING THE TEAR ROUND ,
.0 Box,238. TITCSVIIXJE, FLA. of courso, an outside petticoat of colored front Tho puffed sl xno terminates at tIll Now York Office, 26 Broadway. I.

Money to Loan. 18FREEMAN stuff for ordinary use. The present elbow under a moussoluiH band. The beltis Send for souvenir folders of the East .
white petticoat Id of lawn, cambric or ba of black BAtin. JUDIC CliOLLET. to general offices, St. Auguiitlno, Coast '4 ',,

tiste embroidered on the goods Itself or -_ r 'M rfadlil _. ---... .-.---- -... .- .. -. ... -- .- -
trimmed with flounces embroidery alter. ----- tooPp
) HALL, nating with ruffles of lace. There are also No Doubt of It. rAMll1.laoo, Opened e.'J''J'
\.. skirts of white taffeta and surah, trimmed l.Iother-Do you think baby will ever t1EW 'I'\Y NA. rLA Tli Hotel Placid
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW with the same material or with flouncesof rORAPLAY-CRlUNQI January 1894JACK80NVIIMS :
talk 20 MILES DF BEACH !n!
gauze, bordered with very flue and narrow Kr.OHIDA. ; ,
A; INSURANCE .AGENT guipure or with narrow Valencienneslaco. Father-Heavens, yes It's a girl.- Speclsl' Feature, at Coroiimlo ::1\I otl 0- I,

Detroit Free! Press. late rates, solid comfort, no ostentation :In tho center of the city, on Main Street, tho dividing: lino between east and west !
ntusville, - Florida. A sketch Is given of a costume of hello- good fishing, good cooking. one block from Uuy. Everything entirely now. Elegantly: ftiiiilidicd thioiiifliout. 4
trope broche sllta Tho skirt has five godets. Her Complicated AIIC. :Superior Culnlno and Service llus meets all trains Term *:!.ro per day and 'y..
Iteprciieatlng all the best and strong- The bodice is trimmed at the sides with upwards. Special) rates by the week. N. r. WARD, Proprietor i I
[Insurance Companies. Is preparedwrite white guipure a chemisette of heliotrope -

lines to any amount, anywhere satin showing at both back and front HOTEL MELBOURNE -- .---. -. -- --- -. -.---. -- -. ..--...- -_. .. -_'h' .)1
the East Coast! The tight sleeve Is of broohe silk, the puff ,
at the top being of heliotrope satin and -J. A. HAPPERSETTE. f iIN'
forming a butterfly drapery. The cravat is {e)

-CAUE BAY, DADE COU TY. of heliotrope gauze, the corselet of hello- MELBOURNE Indian River FLORIDA. :: RIVER: 'IHOTEZJ: '
W, EWAN, trope satin. JUDIC ClIOLLBT. 'L U :: : IAN ,;

U. S. COMMISSIONER.Notary all tho round. Good Fishing .
AUTUMN STYLES. Open year I', :L ::1j' \" ,!
Public State \\\ ?' 41.1'''' Ii ""
at Large. ,,'' .
Hunting and Yachting. Rates, I. ;" .. "ft. ..': TITUSVILLE
Minds Autumn Sleevvi-Deor M. In the Width ': \ r
Selected ... ..
; Conveyances made. 2.50 and upwards. .., I r'Wi ( '" '
rrcspomlenco of tb. Newest Skirt ,ill" .,/O'L'If.! ; .'
solicited. Address: ."t 1 Indian IUV l".
Bay View Hotel Serge Is to be very much worn In both .. ... I/I'P" I'I
Cocoanut Grove, Proprietress, Mits. C. J, HI-CTOI ...., ;
Office, Ewan's Landing. tho wool and mohair varieties, wide and ;s- rrI i.of,,,;. Fin.
narrow rib. Few materials are as genuinely .it I./. :\ A r ij
serviceable as this which will stand "all Jacksonville's New Fire-Proof Hotel. At ." .1 '.''" :.".f.J- J. A. HArrKlibETTKMA.VAriEit.: {: 4
FORGE kinds of wind and weather" and lends Itself -
W. '
ALLEN, admirably to tailor made stylos. Red aM; 1Upcn

serge will be much worn,. and white also, I *

ATTORNEY-AT-LAW, since white gowns continue to be fashion I 1. Hotel Geneva All The '
able. Purplish navy blue and black are i j Yeau'1,

West, Floiida. also favorites. '
The decrease in the size of skirts is already ::--:::: )ri .
fill\ practice In the Cur frttniytU sod Cedar HU., '\
In the United States noticeable and Is very evident Only u few minutes'm
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I I I II elm 10 d U'UIX'e J I ,ILIFillrle, plrtuu; iln I I ni u i
State 1 Courts. OjunOS; autumn modojs. Much less stiffening Is Jenks-You say your wife is in a bd fir vT ',,v,7g, p'' ep, walk from Railway stations '.I
used also. The diminution of sleeves humor? Jacksonville, Fla. i, 1 s '' riiA /ey al and b ten in boat landIngs. 1I I '

Pennobnnker-Yes, she Is. .
LEX Modern Improvements, laths, etc., on ,
l ST. CLAIR-ABRAMS & SON, Jenks-What is she cross about Every; floor. das and Electric p ?r IJr; ,,? la;;, On the' hanks! of the

ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW Pennobunker-In the first place, she Lights, PaHsengor Elevator. Artistically :.. ..,.. fnr-famed Indian Hlvor. .
got cross at the servant girl, then she and Elegantly Fur- j
UNaTi7IIdNIs W M11N 1GS .
ILMI7NT. '
JACKSONVILLE AND TAVARES, FLA. got cross At me because I didn't get Dlahe .'. '.' ''j

Hill\\ continue to practice in the courts cross at the servant girl and now she is -.---- -. .- .- .. .. -....-- -- .- --- ,
the Seventh Judicial Circuit. All cross at herself because she got cross at Rates per Day from $2.00 to $3.00. r

,!? r1before the United States and the servant toirL Do you understand STANTON HOUSE. ;
b. ; .
Circuit Courts will receive the CoUier's Weekly. Weekly Kate on A PI>1I
I10nlil attention( of Mr Alex St. Kate for the Muiiini.,r. C ,
wAbrams.lt81Inj -
ITEMS OF INTEREST.An ED. L. OWENS, Prop. D. J. JONES Proprietor.
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ODGES ,. ordinary) silk hat weigh only

&: GODFREY, I even ounces. HOTEL Rates $2,00 per day, Special Terms toy .

Manufacturers of In Berlin no woman is", allowed to x COQUINA x .

ride on the top of au omnibus.In Families. ,

allow England men of title who, for a Open December 3rd. D --- i

Pine Lumber consideration, allow their name to flg- -J
Two. Minutes Walk from Central
ure in the directory of) stock companiesare .,
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HOUGH A DRESSED, called "guinea pigs. -* ORMOND.BY-THE.SEA +- Depot,

range Boi Mewl, The Westminster Gazette say that FLORIDA CHATTANOOGA, TENX.Travelers' '

Fruit Vegetable Crate.. J4 # .r 2,898 of Spurgeon' sermons have been

"Oherleltvere,1 at...ny "art ot Indian River itt; printed and Bold and that the sum total ______.._._______. _.- .. .- ..... .. __ o. _.__._.
rbo"rh
11";:I:! oil bill on of (a"lnK. Anyone contemplate cf) the sales reaches nearly 100,000,000, SURF BATHING AID DRIVING are
,th5taMt; Coast,would do well to TOILET. about 85,000 copies
LIet"r pAces TAFFETA of per
The an average
Sawmill 'Is situated
K, v. Ry.,II miles south of I'alatka.on the keeps pace with that.of skirts, the fullness sermon. Specialties at Ormond. Hotel. 1 4

"> Jit8 being now confined to the top of the sleeve d.
Sl ,Putnam co.,Fla. and no stiff interlining being employed. If tnetn were not provided with enamel, j S3f": For Circulars, address, ,
Altogether this winter's coHtumwa"a bid fair i they would 1 he constantly breaking, their
,apple, Orange and Lemon to be much more comfortable and convenient nerves would he Irritated, and the whole SEISER &: VINING, Managers, Bay Street Jacksonville Fla. 1
than those of a year ago. human animal! kingdom would be afflicted ,
Laud For Sale, Cheap, Sleeves with tight fitting foundations with a never ending toothache.In ORMON DBYTH E-SEA.

have for sale 80 acres of are pulls now, plaltlngs the correct, gores form and but Insets there that are do 1894 660,000,000 into this pounds of In coffee the This Hotel is now under new management {

don St pineapple away with the tight effect, at least In the were imported country. I :
T Lucie river, a few miles be- upper part. One of the new model shows game year 03,000,000 pound of ten
Eden, 40 of which being' northeast the sleeve fitting quite closely from writ were brought from the east for tho use INDIANOLA HOUSE. and has been thoroughly renovated throughout. 1
rter of above being sloshed
the
northeast quarter of section to elbow, portion of our) people.

town'hlp 38, south of range 41 east; in three places.. Into those openings colored are silks fit. Tho leaves of coca are generally/ )
bright
of lace over -
other 40 Is the northeast quarter This puffings is a typo of one of the coming fashions chewed with a mall portion of) qui<'k- ......Indlanola is on Merritts Island...... ,

loutheast quarter Of section 3 -close sleeves with slashed tops and lime, which, devote* say greatly; improves : .
"' ship: 38, "Quth of 41 east. contrasting puf iogS. the flavor. It in also used M at: Four Miles Forth of Rockledge. Bus meet all Trains. and Klectrlo Cur pas door. Bath rooms and all '
rt. range evening wear In of taffeta infusion like tea.NATIONAL.
above A new cape for Convenience on every floor. '.
land can be bought for $10r i with a flower pattern In which gold :
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It Is suitable for pineapple, threads appear. Another is composed en- i _-AROEf nyroom., all].looking on Open:: .I 11 the 'Y"'ear. 1;
r-te,lemon' or lime tirely of petals of flowers arranged In =======
growing. Indian River. Good home table.
trill be sold In lots 40( acres, for flounces. In these capes are color tften with combined a Rates-Amerlcan Plan, $2 to $2.6O; European, 50c. to $1.00. .; :!
IL This two shades of the same HomeSeekersREAL Pure oft drinking water. Hailing, rowIng -
land will soon be worth bb0pply different; color-for Instance, pale mania, Special Rates by the Week. \ .
lere" flslilng and banting. Will meet "
deep nave and pink, pale pink, doer ESTATE EXCHANGE FINLEY &. MORROW, Proprietors. } I
toC.. IL Walton, ADVOCATE pink and pale blue. guest at trains at Cocoa, and transfer

:r-:'(* tel Robhln.A Graham, Titus- of The black lllUHtratlon and white shows figured a pretty taffeta.costume The them to and from house free of charge. ----- ---- -. .-- ----- .-- .ik"


-- .tf seams bandit of of the mouMwUne tabUer, are through trimmed which with are Exchanging Send Property Description for Property of what a Rates: $1.5O per day, ::aO'rEL: OO TOI.JI: :: ... :\

ADD bow of Specialty. .
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FAITBJUL KEY OR run very narrow black ribbons,, $8.00 per week. I't'
Beed ionetOetravelePleslda. POD lble black velvet being placed at the lower end. you have, and what ;you want. MIAMI, FLORIDA. : 5
and
fill Tb bkraa bodies U gathered behind Addreu: .
1>_. ess00a: p_ perm Salary: crossed to front tl e dies of lbs front be- MALABAR, Indian River, FLORIDA.C. Perfectly n w hotel. witb all modem I Impravrment t.. Located on park, ODe ".;'

....-. Z8e1oee r l d IM trimmed with ban** Ilk tboa* op MMak C. CARROLL, O. W. SCHUTLBR,, block from Hotel Royal palm,, commanding splendid.... of Bls ajn; ..Bajr., Rate.. *'

t;-".-e..1ope.Bide- TIM .aaa-L. 'Star etUf- .A. IPe oki' DI RAIr fI,bI Real Eat &e Agent. Indlanola, 71*. U per day and apward. Special rate bjr week or month. / -

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I:i''J,t t\ i i ; 'J "! For Sale, last, and is now residing at the Midway Highest of all in Leavening Power.-Latest U.S. Gov't Report

I'' "I 4 '1 hotel. THE ROBBINS & GRAHIKj

I,' .'. Common and fancy pineapple plants. Mr. R. L. Stilckland) and James Carter
} i Forty acres to select fiom. Lemon and of Jensen, were In town on Saturday Bakios-
j 11', other citrus trees lust.

JAMES HOI.MKH, Paid Up Capital $25OOO.OO.
I < Mr. D. Hacking brought another new pya1
r, Jensen, Fla. boat, this week, from Spruce Bluff,
:), which he built for Stypman & Co. PowderBSOIAUTEI.V LAW, LOANS, REAL ESTATE.

;i" ,, .' Land I'brSale. Mrs. E. L. Hosford and Miss Aline
ITosford arrived here, Wednesday last,
Ifs; (", eF' LLot at Myers, Fla., and 80 acres of from Lake City. Miss Mine remains In PIURE We have for sale a large list of careful
Stuart, but Mrs. llosfoid has !
r, : hawthorn" Creole, near Myers. gone to ----- -
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p selected Indian River
Lake Worth. Properties.
'll I.. ..., : I W. S. THOMAS, Miami, Fla. '
'''' ,. \ The Steamer St. Lmcle. Coming \Ved lIug. Agents for Sale of Lands of the Florida Coast
IJ! 1 I I' MUST BE SOLD, to make. 100 Zfn
ace, ,
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1 J' ''H ,ORANOELEMONandGItAPMFRUITNUR.sElty Tons of Cotton Seed Hull Ashes. Price -The Plant steamer St. Lucie, lorI Canal and Transportation Co.
"" varlutlnn. Including the fiiimm |{ $24 per ton, f. o. b. Jacksonville. I merly owned by the Indian River Steam- Cards are out announcing the coming
Ill Fl'!,''I iHart'i Tardifr, 1'argoii Brown ""l'lneal'rle.; Little Bros. Fertilizer & boat Co., has been on the ways at Tampa, manage of Mr. E. II. Dimick of West CANAL: L.A..1'VDS.Florld : .
I i awl Villa Franca Lemon March, Bmdlem Phosphate Co., this Wilkinson
I ; week, having its bull scraped, get- Palm Beach, to Miss Meta ,
I, .,P' Also Vooielo can,at furnish the out reliable full line Magnolia deciduous Nunorle stock. Jacksonville, Fla. ting new coat of paint, and having one of Rockledge's charming and popu- Southern Railway, Jacksonville Tampa &, Key West Railway Comp a
'" .. some work done her Is to Lands. Disston Company's. Indian River Loan and Investment
j apodal rake freight given to points south. on machinery. As lar young ladles. The wedding Co,
,"I I J. W. & F. D.WAITE, soon as the work Is finished, she will take place on Wednesday next, and the and other Low Priced Lands.
'j t +I Iif mw&jaue. Bellcirlew, FlaY Fort Pierce.The proceed to Charlotte Harbor to carry nuptial knot will be tied by ArchdeaconB. Write for Descriptive Price List of Carefully Selected Properties.
1.' I, d' passengers and freight.wastesA. F.! Brown.
promised cold wave has not as Titusville. Florida.

T .h yet made its appearance. :B< rT
'. l Milliner There were services In the Baptist and
: and Methodist churches last Sunday, In every section at once to sell staple
al Revs. S. F. Oove and White: officiating. goods to dealers; no peddling; experience 6REENUAFWOSBY Fred S. Chaffee & Cot
7k'I4 unnecessary; best aide line. $75.00 a
and DRESSMAKING. Archdeacon B. F. Brown held divine month. Salary and expenses or large JEWELERS
; p service in the Baptist. church, Tuesday commission made. Address, with 2 cent
? evening. stamp for sealed particulars,Clifton Soap ESTABLISHED IU68 FRED S. CHAFFFEE TITUSYILLE
FLA
E. C. B. Tyndall and family returned and Manufacturing Company, Cincin- JACKSONVILLE-t 1 Registered' Pharmacist J ,
from their trip up the river, Tuesday nati, Ohio. .
evening, In their yacht.Mr. A Complete Assortment,off

I $! yfe Davies is getting along' very quickly --

,$ o! with his new building In Edgar Town. P. E. McMURRAY & BAKER.C -. PURE DRUGS and Druggists Sundrie

fi$ Quite a number of Indians are camped ,
back of the St. Lucie liver.! Prescriptions filled with the Utmost Care and
.n, !. rlI w Wholesale and Retail -9 Promptitude. 8-

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Several of our residents took in the
cc dance KIT" We give prompt and careful attention to all mail orders.
ij at White City, Thanksgiving

,1 t, a night.very enjoyable They all time.seemed to have had a Carriage Wagon =, We want your trade Give us a Ma

J The sportsmen are having a fine time -
4 around here killing ducks.L. and Material. Choice Lino of Cigars, Stationery, Wall Paper, School Supplies, Perfumer
Toilet articles, Brushes, Shoulder Braces, etc., etc., etc.
Cook left for :Miami, Monday even- rur- Agents for Stencils and Rubber Stamps.Groceries .
i Ing.
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!' t\ Dump Carts, Saddlery, Pleasure and Business Vehicles, Hand Carts, etc., etc.
"' Oysters. E. L. :ee. :C
>" Main and Church Sts., JACKSONVILLE FLA. .. .,

LkM mll'7!'. I" I am now prepared-to supply the residents I Brain yy Garden seea t'ertllizerI
I. Hay
,,::1\1\> of TltuHville with fine, fresh In- ]

'I '!A :Mall orders solicited. Satisfaction delivered.dian River oysters, at 2.;>cts per quart. Michigan Lumber and Manufacturing Go. call the Attention of the People of Indian River to my Stock of

:guaranteed. BROCK REVELS, Maple Ac :ITtincy: : Groceries, Frl1
t't City Wharf.
I MANUFACTURERS OF And Food Products
Mrs. Helen W:
i Reynolds, Of All Kinds. Also My Stock of
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i!} r,k+ Tltusvllle-, Fla. Courtenay.All Cypress or Pine Lumber, Mill Stuff, Sidings, Flooring, Grain, Hay, Bran, Cotton Seed Meal]

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sl a The Purchasing of Orange Trees our truckers are pleased to have Ceilings and Mouldings, Packing Boxes and Crates. Turning and Scroll Work. Ground Food and Wheat.I I
i i the weather turn cooler am the only house on Indian River dealing exclusively: In the above line I
M. S. Sams attended court in Tltusvllle Good work and material at low prices. Take Main street car line to mill and Goods. J buy close, and will sell close. I invite your correspondence and Bolij
i i' t,ROCKLEDGE, FLA.., Deo. 2, 1800. last week. your patronage. Very truly
I Editor Advocate: office :33. X*. EJD..A.DT.:
The new steamer, Juno, made Its first
"t 1 In connection with the Inducements trip here last Wednesday Telephone (old line) 436. 'Jacksonville, Fla.

i', held out to our people to buy nursery :CIOEE: : dz YATEa.:
; ; took from the interior I would most Chas T. Harper attended the Thanks- ..
.earnestly caution all proposed purchasers giving ball at Indlanola, and reports avery .
e ,. i.to beware of that most pernicious of all pleasant time. rt
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u pests the white fly. As yet I have neverheard II. If. Jenkins transacted business In CO bbl t I'' o
: of it getting a foothold on Indian 'oooa' on Monday. -r -..,
t JUver. Some the freeze gg I
S may suppose
Business of kind called ofourtonuy's
,of two killed It out bnt such some two I
1 ; years' ago >-
the Island :::: a
young men up
t ; s Is not the case. Some localities are now _
badly effected. If it gets a foothold in last Saturday night. Guess who. I ew61 -
our Indian River gloves, we can bid Among the passengers who took In ..bDealers
itt good-by to any profits/ In orange growing. the excursion from Courtenay to Titus --
I trust every one who propose to ville, by the steamer Juno, Saturday fi 2:: =
,< '; ;' _set a tree this season, will profit by this last, were Mrs. Lizzie Harper and son,
4 intOHt earnest note of warning. the Misses A. T. White and Catherine

i 4 p( OHANCIB GIIOWEII. Sums lock and, and II.Lawrence H. Sams.Allen, F. L. Whit- THE BEST LIQUORS for the Least Money. .

in STAPLE and FANCY GROCERIES; Fruits and Vegetables. Yo
r i ; THE, IKOCKLEUOK STORK )has the orders solicited. TITUSVILLE, FLA.
i finest display of goods along the East BOOKS OP VARIOUS KINDS-a very Jug Trad.e 5olioito4d.: :

Coast. Our assortment is so large and nice line for the children at Mrs. II. W. Rye and l Corn >8rgal..............., 1.20! up Iroquois Rye per gal............ coo
; i varied, that we can supply you with Reynolds. Encourage your boys and TOIII& Holluiul Jin.... .._......... l.IOup! Cairrornlt Vines, (.'atawb Port Awarded Gold Medal and Diploma of Honor at Cotton States and International Exposition,
,{ ,anything you need. We make a specl.nlty girls to read, giving\ them a taste for Cognac, Blackberry, )Peach; and Sherry,Claret and Angelica....$ 1.00 Atlanta,Oa.,181)5.
of supplying yachting paittes. good literature and Improving their Apple Brandies.......... ......... imup! Ilottlml Beer,per. do. ............. 1.00111'up
pl'h' minds Sioux Rye,per Ral................. 3UU Jmp. Sherries, per gal. ......,. ".00 to 8.1"'
,! i PAxToN & HATCH, Ilockledge. at the same time.Sebastian. loldon Crown Rye. per gat .... ... ".CM( ) Imp. Oporto Port per gal.........(")to 6.00)
Shawnee Uye per gal. ............. SOU Imported (Gins/ per gal..........".00 to 8.00 THEG. H. HAMMOND COMPANY!
I Yams I2O.OOO Damage Fine imported and Key West cigars and tobaccos. Cigars $1.50 per 100
and upwards. Send money with all orders. All jugs 15o. per gal. extra.
4 Visboe A Rinehart, (for R. O. Will mall complete price list on application. All orders will be boxed
# Ij ) :.A toss of Jacksonville,attorneys have lied( a bill The south schooner Queen passed this place when desired without extra charge. Send for price list. PORK AND BEEF PRODUCTS.Hammond .

q with the Clerk of the Circuit Court In going Tuesday. J. H. MARTIN, 34 & 36 W. Bay St.,
't p the case of R. O. Ross vs. the Florida Rev. B. F. Hardesty delivered two very
East Const Railway. The suit, which is able sermons to our citizens last Sunday. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA. Ind., South Omaha, Neb., Chicago, III

i i ; ,..for tberefusaloftlredefendanttopny$2Sooop'I $2fl,000 damages, is the outcome; of Surely we are on a business boom. Jobber of all kinds of Liquors, Wines and Deers known to the spirit Salesrooms, 234 West Bay St., Thos. W. Dunk, Manager, Jacksonville, Fla.
We noticed five six drummers In and wine trade.
or our
1 r for 18MI! service, to March performed 11, 1800 from, according January to 15 an, burg this week. Markets Advancing Rapidly on Lards, Hams and Bellies.

oral contract, In the transferring:( of passengers Ivey Lawson and Will McBride are h_ __ __
( ;, :( and freight at West Palm Beach hard at work bucking on their farm TVrito 'U.s :for :Prioel:
t and between the railway and the steam- across the liver.
The NewSelden
1 ship North u mbeiliind, plying between
f The beans In
West Palm Beach and Nassau, N. 1'- our neighborhood are
)looking fine up to this time, and with no
I I Citizen.Clulstmas freezes we will soon be shipping huge Now is Your ChanceTo
1 : J.t': quantities.The Cypress Door Company
Is drawing near, and if
I mall boat, U. S. M., was.out on ,
: our merchants' have anything to sell
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I.,I I 'i I I, their they .goods should We want In not the more columns be. afraid live merchants of to the ndvertUe ADVOCATE. to Arthur overhauling the ways says this she and week just being, undergoing"scoots",painted.along general Capt.now. P.A.L.A.TX- : ." TF T.....A..,- Start a Lemon, Grape Fruit or. Orange Gron

Opened October 1st, 1801)), turned the steam on to
I 111\, avail' themselves of our advertising Quite a number of our citizens are In order to and Southed
H:., 'space. Advertising Is what steam Is to down with the measles. The disease has One of the Largest and Best Equipped Door Sash Blind Brevard and Dade encourage Counties, the stimulate Florida East the growing Coast Railway of Citrus will Fruits, during in the net]
machinery-the grand propelling power taken a firm grip on the children, and 00 days, make a reduction of fifty Stoci
((50) In Nursery
) per cent freight rates on
It Is ildloulous these keencompetition breaks into
times of the ranks of school withan
our its line
A -for any merchant to think unmerciful hand. and General Wood Working Plants in the United States. over to points south of Titusville.
..ho can do business without telling the JAS. E.
INGRAHAM Land Commissioner,,
t A jolly party consisting of Mrs. J. A. ,
tt: it ;mount. what he has for sale through. thei Groves, Mrs. c11M.V.. White,the Misses And with expoiienced:: management, (covering a past experience of eight FL
,I i of the press. Ada Braddock and adye Skipwith, and years In Cypress) the patrons of our company may confidently expect the best ST. AUGUSTINE
Stanley Hitching and Will Braddock, possible material and workmanship at our bands. Our production will cover November 17, 1800.!
Our New President's Alnrvh.Wo went over to the ocean beach Saturday Doors, Sash, Blinds, Mouldings, Frames, Hot-house Materials, Tanks, Glass, etc.
i II Ii List' and from their account of the trip
t have just received a copy of "Our they enjoyed themselves Immensely.The THE JOHNSON LAW CO.,

( 1 Now President's March," composed by arrivals at the Palm House this THE EDWARD STILING FLORIDA CART
.' Juliet S. Norton. This Is one of the week were as follows : J. M. Mumford, Electrical and
,, ;.flaeat marches for piano or organ) ever A. II. Weaver, Oeo. Hepner, Longmont, Machinery Supplies
published America. It Is dedicated Col.; J. S. Jacobs, II. J. Charles, Joe
v to the Republican Party of the United Eaiman: Jacksonville; J. O. Coursey, MANUFACTURKRS' AGENTS FOR
.States. The title page contain n cor- Savannah: Ga. E. A. Sturtlrant St.
; High Grade wj
Machinery Card Motor
:jrcct picture of McKlulcy.. Price 50 cents Louis, Mo.There Electrical Apparatus, Eddy
i per copy. AH readers of the ADVOCATE Generators. Elevators Warren Alienator, Hornsby-Ackroyd oil engines, Morse, WilliamsCo. \ ,
a } will receive a copy at half by send- are a few soreheads this place Clad. Slow speed! 8PECIAt.TIIrs: Electric Fan. Sewln machine motors Dental moCOII.II. !
fog 25 cents in postage:( Pl'lcei Ie Union who are trying to run our school-trying meat,modern to daalgn MulClpolar and oon Moton tructlon.for hearten factory work.aid Improved_ street r Hw T '
Mutual Music Co., 2U!( Sixth Avenue to run It "Into the ground." They have .. BISHOP Manager. Fully guaranteed prl JACKSONVILLE right. r U.
New York. been kicking for two months! about not Salesroom West
'I Tonyth Bt.Repair ,
Shop 2029 Main St.
getting a teacher, and now they have'
one, they are trying to run her away be-
'g 11 ,DOLLS AND TOYS At Mrs. Reynolds. fore she has had a fair trial. We believe GEORG MARX. JOHN MARX.
that these people would kick if they
Stuart. were going to be hanged. Everybody MARX :BRO S. 1
J deserves a fair chance.

:, ) t The ADVOCATE-, as an East Coast Two of our gallant men felt Wholesale Dealers In
pa- young
b Made 3 inch Tread.
for Soil "+ .
l I d I th; ,;per, (Ie certl\nlYlettiag! there. rather sheepish last Saturday night, antI Sandy Baling .Yr Groceries: : Fxu3t:: and :Psodu: e
well for had Invited'
they might
Jfaster Ray Hosford of Lake Worth they 131 and 133 :Kaet
Bay Stnwt sad .3 _d.5 NalltNet.
some of their lady friends out for a sail. FOR SALE BY -
'is visit ing his brother Charles this week. AoxjBoxrclJLio
The party went gaily down to the wharf ,_ i FloridV
i rt, There were quite number of young embark, but found to their dismay EDWARD STILING.. .. ....
folks oat sailing In the yacht Frances ont that some one bad borrowed their sail, ONE OF THE OLDEST FRUIT HOUSES IN THE CI 4 4TO
Sunday last. and therefore the boat not In
was a
( 11 Mr. W. Diar has received $11.25 for movable condition. They were stunned The Lumber; Hardware and Paint Dealer. :tPoeCI:of"" a e: Barrows

\ i) o i i one orate of pineapples he recently shipd for the time being, but "little Bob" (R. suitable) for Truck Gardeners and Orange Grower, 3-In. tread; A site larger tables GROWERS-Let Returns ue bow what TO" have In the "* of Fruit and It'u 11\
and
IIIreaa.
Hardee loanIng
G. to their prompt
) came rescue by eare. W.
Potatoes
.. snpplr the beet Seed
,i from here them another sail and the party suitable for Pineapple Plantation, 8-1... tread. Write UI for our whoeaaJe price list of crooert.

I James Davis arrived In Stuart, Monday went on their way rejoicing. COCOA Indian River, FLORIDA. MARX BROTHERS, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

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